Map of Bossley Park on He led the league in rushing in 1972, 1973, 1975, and 1976 in addition to being named All-AFC and All-Pro five straight years from 1972 through 1976. Simpson played in six Pro Bowls earning Player of the Game in the 1973 contest. In 1985, Number 32 was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. While starring on the gridiron, Simpson had also begun work on his post-football career by acting small roles in television programs (Dragnet 1967, 1968; It Takes a Thief, 1968; Ironside, 1968; Medical Center, 1969; Cade’s County, 1972) and movies (The Klansman, 1972; The Towering Inferno, 1974; Killer Force, 1976; The Cassandra Cross ing, 1976). Handsome, likable, and affable, O.J. cultivated an approachable image that Jim Brown, the Hall of Fame Cleveland Browns running back and among the first black athletes to translate sports glory into a successful motion picture career, had never attempted. Map of Bossley Park 2016.