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Quarterback Norm Snead, who was a four-time Pro Bowl selection in a 16-year NFL career during the 1960s and ‘70s, died on Sunday. He was 84.

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Snead died at his home in Naples, Florida, The New York Times reported. His wife, Susan Patsel, confirmed Snead’s death but did not specify a cause, according to the newspaper.

Snead, who was born in Halifax County, Virginia, and played college football at Wake Forest, was Washington’s first-round pick (and second overall) in the 1961 NFL draft, according to Pro-Football-Reference.com.

He played three seasons in Washington and was selected twice to the Pro Bowl but was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles for fellow quarterback Sonny Jurgensen and defensive back Claude Crabb, the Times reported.

Snead spent seven seasons with the Eagles, and even though the franchise never reached the NFL playoffs during that time, he was named to the Pro Bowl in 1965, according to The Associated Press. That season, Snead threw for 15 …

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