Forrest Gregg HOF

Legend to Legend: Forrest Gregg looks back on his Super Bowls

03 November 2015 Comments are off for this post.
Vince Lombardi once called Forrest Gregg the best player he ever coached, and when the guy they named the Super Bowl trophy after has that to say, what else needs to be said? The answer: not much. In a long and successful career as an offensive lineman for the Green…
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NFL Hall of Famers

Legend to Legend: Kellen Winslow on Air Coryell and much more

27 October 2015 Comments are off for this post.
Perhaps no team has given as much to the modern NFL with less credit than the “Air Coryell”-era San Diego Chargers coached by Don Coryell and featuring Pro Football Hall of Famers Dan Fouts, Kellen Winslow and Charlie Joiner. Air Coryell lit the league on fire in the 1970s and…
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Dermontti Dawson

Legend to Legend: Dermontti Dawson sits down with our James Lofton

29 September 2015 Comments are off for this post.
Offensive lineman don’t necessarily get the accolades of other football players because when they are doing their job, quarterbacks and running backs are given the opportunity to shine. As the leader of the Pittsburgh Steeelers’ lines throughout the 1990s, center Dermontti Dawson was among the league’s best, appearing in 170…
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TIm Brown

Legend to Legend: Tim Brown sits down with our James Lofton

22 September 2015 Comments are off for this post.
It took longer than most expected, but Tim Brown is finally a Pro Football Hall of Famer. The Heisman Trophy winner out of Notre Dame spent all but one of his 17 seasons with the Raiders in both Los Angeles and Oakland and holds most of the team’s receiving records.…
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Jim Taylor, Green Bay Packer fullback, is shown prior to game with Minnesota Vikings, Oct. 14, 1962, Minneapolis, Minn. (AP Photo)

Legend to Legend: Jim Taylor sits down with our James Lofton

16 September 2015 Comments are off for this post.
Jim Taylor is a football player as old school as they come – and he isn’t a guy that’s afraid to tell you about it. Taylor rushed for 8,597 yards, caught 225 passes and amassed 10,539 combined net yards in a stellar career with the Green Bay Packers before playing…
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