Former Michigan All-American running back Rob Lytle dies at 56
Rob Lytle, an All-American running back at Michigan who scored a touchdown in the 1978 Super Bowl as a Denver Broncos rookie, has died. He was 56.
Lytle died of a heart attack Saturday night in Fremont, Ohio, Memorial Hospital spokeswoman Chasity O'Neill said Sunday.
Lytle was drafted by the Broncos in the second round in 1977. He scored on a one-yard run in Denver's 27-10 Super Bowl loss to Dallas. He played seven seasons with the Broncos.
-- Associated Press