Manor, Brison - Football

MANOR, BRISON  – Football – Bridgeton, NJ – University of Arkansas (1973-1974):  - Manor was born in 1952 and came to the University of Arkansas in the fall of 1973. He was a starter at defensive tackle for the Razorbacks in 1973 and 1974. Following his senior season of 1974, he was selected to play in the All-American Bowl all-star game held in Tampa, Florida on January 5, 1975. He was the “starter” at defensive right tackle in that all-star game. In 1977, as a rookie with the Denver Broncos, he was a part-time starter as a defensive end with the famous “Orange Crush” defense. He played in Denver’s first Super Bowl appearance on January 15, 1978. He started every game at defensive right end for the Broncos in 1979 and in 1980. After playing in 102 games for Denver, Manor was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the beginning of the 1984 season. After playing in 6 games for the Bucs, Brison returned to Denver to play the final 5 games of the 1984 season with the Broncos.

View the Rest of the 2018 Inductee Class