COLUMBIA, Ky. (AP) -Former wide receiver Tom Hutchinson, who played on the 1964 Cleveland Browns team that won the NFL championship, has died. He was 65.
Hutchinson died Saturday at the Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville, Ky.
A member of the University of Kentucky's Hall of Fame, Hutchinson was the Browns' first-round draft pick in 1963. He played three seasons for Cleveland and finished in 1966 with Atlanta.
Hutchinson played for Kentucky from 1960-62. He set school records with 94 catches for 1,483 yards, marks that stood for 35 years.

NFL Top Stories

Thumbnail Colts vs. Titans Pick Will the Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans find enough offense to hit the under when they meet up this Sunday at 1PM...
Thumbnail Saints vs. Chiefs Pick Will the combined score fall under the total on Sunday afternoon when the Chiefs host the Saints at 1:00PM ET?
Thumbnail Pack's secondary littered with woes right now Entering tonight’s divisional showdown with the Bears, the Packers have more to worry about than just Aaron Rodgers’ shockingly ordinary play of late.
Thumbnail Ravens vs. Jets Pick With a change at quarterback, will the New York Jets be able to post some offense against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday?
Thumbnail Bills vs. Dolphins Pick Can the Buffalo Bills continue their win streak when they hit the road this Sunday to face the Miami Dolphins at 1PM...
More inNFL Articles  

NFL Team Pages