Pete Brown, who co-founded the Cincinnati Bengals
along with his father, Paul, and brother Mike, died Tuesday at age 74.
Brown was the team's senior vice president for player personnel.
"Pete was the quiet one but his talent spoke volumes," Mike Brown said in a statement. "Pete was more prone to action than talk, and his contributions to the Bengals were significant. He was a fine scout and judge of prospects, a wonderful business partner and an even better brother and family member. Everyone who knew Pete cared about him and respected him. I feel his loss deeply."
Cincinnati Bengals co-founder Pete Brown dies at age 74