Jim Kirk, a former dolphin runner, died at the age of 73

On Saturday, dolphin officials announced the death of all star runner Jim kiick, who won two Super Bowls with the team, at the age of 73.

Keck was a key member of th159271290129128e dolphin’s 70s Dynasty, and was mainly responsible for short yards in the attack. In the 7th super bowl, he completed a key touchdown to help dolphins win 14-7. The next year he won the Vikings’ Super Bowl, and he also won a touchdown.

After being selected by dolphins in 1968, Kirk fought in the professional league for 10 years, and worked for dolphins in the first 7 years. He has been selected into the all star team of the American League in the first two years of his career. In 1969, he finished nine times in the team, ranking first in the season. In the first four years of his career, he has been regarded as one of the best running guards in the league, with a total of more than one thousand yards.