Posts Tagged ‘Ed Sabol’

First and 10: A life in pictures

Ninety-four-year-old Ed Sabol became the oldest man ever inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame earlier this year. See how the founder of NFL Films changed the way we watch sports and earned the gratitude of generations of NFL stars when “A Football Life: Ed Sabol” premieres on NFL Network Thursday at 10 p.m. ET.

Deion steals the show

After Ed Sabol‘s inspirational video and Shannon Sharpe‘s powerful speech and selfless tribute to his older brother, it was Deion Sanders who stole the show with an poignant tribute to his mother.

Sabol: “I dreamed the impossible dream”

NFL Films founder Ed Sabol thanks pays tribute to his colleagues at NFL Films.

Steve Sabol introduces his father, Ed Sabol

Steve Sabol presents his father, NFL Films founder Ed Sabol.

Prime Time hits Canton…in style

Without a doubt the best arrival for Hall of Fame weekend goes to Deion Sanders, who rolled up to the McKinley Hotel in a red and black RV, fit for, well, Deion.

Sabol special kicks off Hall of Fame Week

Coverage of Saturday’s Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony actually begins Monday with 12 hours of original programming on NFL Network – culminating, of course, with live coverage before, during and after the ceremony Saturday night in Canton, Ohio.

Pick Six: Things to do on first football-less Sunday

As the 2010 NFL season has officially closed, I am comforted by the words of the immortal Stork who, when Delta was kicked off campus in “Animal House” uttered, “Well, what the hell we s’posed to do, you moron?

Steve Sabol admiring his work

NFL Films president Steve Sabol is in the box next to us here at Cowboys Stadium, and you can tell in this photo that he can really appreciate how his company’s football highlights look on the giant screen hanging from roof.

Smith: Hall of Famers should have actually played

Emmitt Smith was a first ballot Hall of Famer when he was inducted last August. No big mystery there. The man is the all-time leading rusher in the history of the NFL after all. Well deserved.

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