Beloved NFL announcer dies at 79
Jim Mueller, the radio play-by-play guy for the Cleveland Browns for many years, died away this past weekend.
At 79 years old, Mueller was the Browns' announcer for a whopping two decades. Jim Donovan, his replacement in the broadcast booth, broke the news of his old colleague's death
during the Browns' preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Donovan expressed sympathy for Jim's loved ones, namely his son Kyle and daughter Paige.
A "wonderful person" who "saw a lot of fantastic games and a lot of amazing moments" at this stadium.
Mueller called the Browns' three AFC Championship Games during the Bernie Kosar and 1980 "Kardiac Kids" eras.
Aside from his time with the Browns, Mueller was a public address and radio announcer for NASCAR.
Our hearts go out to his family and friends at this difficult time.
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