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Franco Harris Died: Steelers Hall-of-Famer Running Back



Franco Harris Died

Franco Harris Died: Recent days a news scatterd on social media, Franco Harris was an American professional footballer died on 21/12, 2022, at 72 years old. He was famous as the Steelers Hall of Former Franco Harris. Just  2days before the 50th anniversary of Immaculate Reception, he died. He was a fullback for the Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League (NFL).

He was the Hall of Fame runningback whose head-up thinking led to “The Immaculate Reception”, a play that is considered the most memorable in NFL history  Many people have shared their deep love for him and raised many questions after his passing. Our team collect some information abut him so belos sharw all about him that’ update collect by our team

Franco Harris Died |Steelers Hall Of Famer

Many events were planned in Pittsburgh to mark the anniversary of Immaculate Reception. However, Franco Harris, the legendary running back of the Pittsburgh Steelers has passed away. He was 72 years of age. His family confirmed his death overnight. But, it is not known what caused his death. Franco Harris was a key player in the Steelers’ four Super Bowl wins of the 1970s. Harris was a member the dynasty and rushed for over 12,000 yards. Harris was also inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Franco Harris Died

Harris spent his time volunteering for several charities after his playing career. Harris was the Pittsburgh Promise’s chairman, providing college scholarships for students. He was also the founder and owner the Parks Sausage Co., and the Pittsburgh Passion women’s football team. In 1990, Harris was inducted into NFL‘s Hall of Fame. From the 1970s, Harris joined Frank Sinatra and Tom Ham in the Hall of Fame.

Harris was a Steeler player who racked up 1,556 rushing yard in the playoffs. He was named Super Bowl IX’s most valuable player, receiving MVP honors, and running for 158 yards. This play was a landmark. This play was voted the greatest moment of NFL history in 2019. The news of Harris’ death devastated the NFL. Roger Goodell released a statement.


On Friday, the NFL Network will feature Harris to commemorate the 50th anniversary his iconic play. Harris’ former teammates, coaches and friends will be interviewed during the broadcast. He died two days before the 50th Anniversary of the play that changed the Steelers’ fortunes. Three days before Pittsburgh plans to retire his No. 32, his death is also a reminder that the Steelers were not an elite team. 32 at halftime of the Steelers’ game against Las Vegas Raiders.

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