PITTSBURGH, PA–We are all familiar with the Marx Brothers, most notably Groucho and his family of entertaining brothers during the 1900s until close into the 1950s. Although for being a coinsurer of football and not early motion pictures, when I hear the name Marx Brothers, I don’t think of Groucho and comedy acts. I think of the ‘Marks Brothers’, the duo of Mark Clayton and Mark Duper from the Miami Dolphins, the receivers who played with HOF quarterback Dan Marino. Nor do I recall little blue people living in the forest when I hear ‘Smurfs.’ The very first thing that pops into my head is the Washington Redskins trio of receivers (part of the ‘Fun Bunch’) Virgil Seay, Alvin Garrett, and Charlie Brown, who earned that nickname in

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