Tony Adamle (1924-2000) played his entire career linebacker and fullback for the Cleveland Browns in American Football League. In 1956 he graduated from Western Reserve University and settled as a general practitioner in Kent, Ohio. He specialized in Sports Medicine and became a team physician at Theodore Roosevelt High School and Kent State University. He specialized in knee and neck injuries and published articles on cryotherapy and the use of vitamin C.
Bobby Brown (1924) played 548 games in the American Baseball League as third baseman for the New York Yankees in which scored 22 home runs. The peculiar thing was that he hit left-handed, but threw right-handed. During the Korean War he was called up for military service and missed one and a half season. In 1954 he graduated from Tulane University but he specialized in Cardiology. He started a practice in Dallas-Forth Worth but in 1984 he returned to baseball and became President of the Texas Rangers
Nick Sacrinty (1924-2008) played backup quarterback for the Chicago Bears in the American Football League. In the 1947 season he managed five touch downs and 48 passes. He also held a nice record, a touch down after a 94-yard sprint. In 1952 he graduated from Bowman Gray Medical School and established himself as a general practitioner.