One of the most beloved Browns of all-time, quarterback Bernie Kosar made his desire to play for Cleveland known before being chosen in the 1985 supplemental draft. Famous for his sidearm throwing motion, he rose to greatness while Gary Danielson was out with injury during the 1985 season and locked up the starting quarterback slot in 1986 while throwing for 3,854 yards and completing a comeback win over the New York Jets in the divisional playoffs. Though his reputation for accuracy and coolness under pressure stands out, Kosar may be most remembered for his legendary, on-the-spot overrule of coach Bill Belichick’s call during a 1993 game against the Broncos, designing a play “up in the dirt” that delivered a touchdown completion to Michael Jackson. The successful play ultimately cut short his stay in Cleveland, but that hasn’t stopped you from singing Bernie Bernie anytime “Louie Louie” comes on. Pay homage.