Bill St. Brown is a legend. The man has a lifetime of hard-earned knowledge, sports and otherwise. A linebacker and defensive back who once had a free agent tryout for the 1963 Denver Broncos, St. Brown played for the semi-pro Portland Sea Hawks, then joined the Army. Upon his return, he became a fixture of the North Philadelphia bar scene. In fact, he’s the one whose idea it was to name it Frankford Publishing, after the Yellow Jackets. St. Brown is an avid buff of both football history and sports gambling.