Category Archives: Pro Football
Chuck Muncie at CAL circa 1975.
Chuck Muncie, who a great combination of speed, power, and hands while playing in the NFL from 1976 through 1983 has died of a heart attack at the age of 60.
Muncie’s career was derailed by drugs and he would later spend time in prison before finally turning his life around.
Legendary broadcaster Pat Sumerall died today at the age of 82 of a cardiac arrest.
Denver RB Terrell Davis – Super Bowl XXXII MVP
Super Bowl Scores
Feb. 5, 2012
Giants 21, Patriots 17
Feb. 6, 2011
Packers 31, Steelers 25
Feb. 7, 2010
Saints 31 Colts 17
Feb. 1, 2009
Pittsburgh 27 Arizona 23
Feb. 3, 2008
New York 17, New England 14
Feb. 4, 2007
Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17
Feb. 5, 2006
Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10
Feb. 6, 2005
New England 24, Philadelphia 21
Feb. 1, [...]
Do you ever get this feeling?
It’s hard to tell who Coach Donald Bernard likes in the Super Bowl
I asked the coaches a simple question. Who do you like in the Super Bowl? Some of the answers I got were expected, some unexpected and some were just way out there. Here’s the results.
Jacob Ochoa, Glendale College Asst: Baltimore – Better defense [...]
If you love football, it might be because of this guy. Steve Sabol, 1942-2012, was the president of NFL Films.
Steve Sabol, and his father Ed Sabol, created NFL Films and changed the way America saw football. They are a large reason why the NFL supplanted baseball as the country’s favorite sport. Ed Sabol was recently [...]
Warren Sapp files for bankruptcy
The NFL denied the New Orleans Saints appeals Monday in the bounty case meaning that Coach Sean Payton will be suspended through Super Bowl XLVII and GM Mickey Loomis is suspended eight games. Assistant coach Joe Vitt will miss six games and DC Gregg Williams, who did not appeal, is on [...]
Brandon Jacobs is the latest Giant to sign with the 49ers
We already know about Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. They are a virtual slam dunk to go one –two in the NFL draft. But is anybody talking about the third quarterback that will be taken? By all projections it is likely to be [...]
Peyton Manning (above) along with Tim Tebow and the Saints dominated the headlines
By Tim Peterson
One thing we learned last week, as if we didn’t already know, was that football is king. The Madness is in full swing in college basketball, the NBA is a few weeks away from the playoffs and in the MLB spring [...]
L.A. Times photo of Mike Lansford celebrating his signature kick, the 1983 season ender against New Orleans that put the Rams back in the playoffs.
By Joe Torosian
If you grew up a Rams fan you know who he is. If you grew up in Arcadia you gladly claim him as one of your own, but when [...]