Roger Brown, a six-team Pro Bowl selection in the 1960s, died Friday. He was 84.His cause of death was not announced.Brown, born in Virginia, played collegiately at Maryland-Eastern Shore before being drafted by the Detroit Lions in the fourth round of the 1960 draft. He played seven seasons with the Lions (1960-66), followed by three with the Los Angeles Rams (1967-69).He also was a first-team All-Pro selection in 1962 and ’63 and made his final Pro Bowl squad with the Rams in 1967.”Roger Brown will always hold a special place in our team’s history,” Lions owner Sheila Ford Hamp said in a statement. “A member of the Lions’ esteemed ‘Fearsome Foursome’ of the 1960s with Alex Karras, Darris McCord and Sam Williams, Roger’s career accomplishments solidify his legacy alongside some of the all-time greats of our game.”In 1962, Brown sacked Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr seven times in a Thanksgiving Day game against the Green Bay Packers. That day, the team set a franchise-record 11 sacks.