The football player Ron Lancaster died at the age of 69. Here is all you want to know and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Quarterback who played in the CFL from 1960-1978, primarily for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, where he was considered one of the best in the game.
He attended Wittenberg University, and began his career with the Ottawa Rough Riders.
He won two Grey Cup championships, was a two-time CFL Most Outstanding Player, and was inducted into the CFL Hall of Fame in 1982.
He was born in Fairchance, and grew up in Clairton, Pennsylvania.
Early in his career he split quarterback reps with Russ Jackson.
How did Ron Lancaster die?
Canadian Football League legend Ron Lancaster died Thursday morning from an apparent heart attack, less than two months after being diagnosed with lung cancer. He was 69.