Brian Winfield Sipe (born August 8, 1949) is an American former professional football quarterback who played for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League (NFL) from 1974 to 1983. He then played in the United States Football League for two seasons.
Brian Sipe was drafted by Cleveland in 1972 and didn’t see significant playing time for the next few years. Once he finally became an established starter, Sipe would become part of Browns lore. His leadership of the “Kardiac Kids” would help kick start the Browns resurgence in the 1980s. This is the story of the life and career of Brian Sipe.
Brian Sipe. Brian Winfield Sipe Position: QB Throws: Right 6-1, 195lb (185cm, 88kg) Born: August 8, 1949 in San Diego, CA. College: San Diego St. Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 74 (550th overall since 1960) High School: Grossmont Draft: Cleveland Browns in the 13th round (330th overall) of the 1972 NFL Draft.
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With his special emphasis on joint replacement, arthroscopic and fracture care. Dr. Sipe formerly practiced in central Illinois where he preformed over 10,000 surgeries. He also served as Chief of Surgery and President of the medical staff. Dr. Sipe offers exceptional orthopedic care across all ages.
Brian Sipe joins former Valley City resident in new anti-bullying project. Updated: Oct. 31, 2022, 11:55 a.m. |. Published: Oct. 31, 2022, 9:36 a.m. One of the Cleveland Browns’ favorite players ...
Brian Sipe, left, and New Jersey Generals owner Donald J. Trump hold up Sipe’s new jersey at a news conference, Dec. 27, 1983 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. (The Associated Press file)
Sipe, after nearly falling on his second-down dropback, found tight end Ozzie Newsome for a 29-yard pickup down the left sideline, with Odis McKinney recovering from his own slippage to trip ...
Sipe spent his entire 10-year NFL career in Cleveland, leaving the Browns following the 1983 season. He finished with 154 TD passes, 149 interceptions and almost 24,000 yards. Sipe engineered 17 fourth-quarter comebacks and 23 game-winning drives, including a league-leading seven in ’79.
Brian Sipe, former quarterback of the Cleveland Browns and 1980 league MVP, recently joined the board of North County Immigration & Citizenship Center, where his daughter, attorney Morgan Principi, directs legal services. Brian Sipe with his daughter, attorney Morgan Principi. “Immigration is important to our country,” said Sipe, who competed in the 1961 Little League World Series for El Cajon, played football for Grossmont High School, and then starred at San Diego State under head ...