Fremantle great Quenton Leach has died at the age of 47 after a battle with cancer.
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Timmy Brown, a running back and kick returner who won an NFL championship with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1960, has died. The Eagles announced Tuesday that Brown died on Saturday. ”Timmy Brown was an all-time great Eagle and one of the most dynamic multipurpose players of his era.