James Herbert Parrish Jr., a former NFL lineman, died on March 10 from cancer. He was 35.
In 1992, Parrish launched his professional football career with the Miami Dolphins. Over the next decade, he became a football nomad, playing for Indianapolis, San Diego, San Francisco, Dallas, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, the New York Jets, Chicago and Kansas City. He was a member of two Super Bowl teams — the 1994 Cowboys who beat Buffalo, and the 1996 Steelers who lost to Dallas.
When cancer forced him to retire from the game, Parrish became a successful Merrill Lynch broker in Dallas.