Posts Tagged ‘Don Coryell’

You’re sending the Wolf? Why didn’t you say so?

Spend any time around the Hall of Fame, or the McKinley Grand Hotel and you begin to realize how connected Gil Brandt is. He is like the Wolf from Pulp Fiction.

Hall of Famers honor Coryell at memorial service

NFL Hall of Fame members John Madden, Joe Gibbs and Kellen Winslow recalled Don Coryell’s unique and revolutionary approach to coaching and his role as one of the founding fathers of the modern passing game.

Coryell was football pioneer, in every sense

Don Coryell was always known as “Air Coryell,” and rightfully so.

Let’s hope we reflect on impact of Coryell

While we all mourn the passing of Don Coryell, I am hopeful that we will reflect on his career, and legacy, with new eyes.

What’s in a name, what are the best NFL nicknames?

NFL Total Access counted down the Top 10 nicknames in NFL history. And of course, with varying opinions, there is no way to get every awesome nickname. Meaning some are going to be left behind.

Cardinals want to extend Whisenhunt’s contract

The Cardinals are working on a contract extension for coach Ken Whisenhunt sources told the Arizona Republic on Friday.

Redskins strip Zorn of offensive play-calling duties

Jim Zorn met with Redskins executive vice president of football operations Vinny Cerrato following Sunday’s 14-6 loss to the Chiefs, and management decided that the coach would no longer handle offensive play-calling duties, according to a team source.

Hall of Famers hit campaign trail for teammates

One of the biggest themes leading up to the Hall of Fame, next to the incoming class, is the list of players not in the Hall of Fame. Put a microphone in front of a player and he’ll instantly start campaigning for teammates who belong in the Hall of Fame.

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