Posts Tagged ‘Russ Grimm’

La Canfora examines coaching hot seat

NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora takes a look at four coaches who he considers to be on the hot seat during or after the season: Marvin Lewis, Mike Singletary, Lovie Smith and Wade Phillips.

Leinart struggles, but early returns are good

Replacing a Hall of Fame quarterback is never easy. For every Aaron Rodgers or Steve Young, there is a dubious list of guys that include Cliff Stoudt (Terry Bradshaw), Quincy Carter (Troy Aikman) and Babe Laufenberg (Dan Fouts).

Hogettes are here for Grimm, who thanks fans

It is not just Cowboys and 49ers fans who flocked to the Hall of Fame. The famed dress-wearing fans of the Redskins are here to welcome in former Hogs great Russ Grimm.

Leaving the Fringe, for a day

As Russ Grimm takes to the podium to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, his son Cody is in the stands here at Fawcett Stadium to be a part of it. Cody arrived in Canton Saturday morning, leaving Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp, where he is an undrafted rookie fighting for a roster spot.

Here’s your HOF starting lineup

CANTON, Ohio — The folks at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, who do such a terrific job every year organizing Enshrinement Weekend, usually wait until late in the game to finalize the order in which the Class of 2010 will be inducted in Saturday night’s ceremony. That list became set Friday afternoon. So here’s the official order: 1. Dick LeBeau 2. John Randle 3. Russ Grimm 4. Rickey Jackson 5. Jerry Rice 6. Floyd Little 7. Emmitt Smith

Presenters for HOF Class of 2010 announced

The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced the presenters for the Class of 2010 this week, a group that includes two family members, two coaches, two NFL club owners and a former owner for the seven-member class.

Indianapolis transforms into a football madhouse

During combine week, downtown Indianapolis becomes one strange place.

Class of 2010 finalists trimmed to seven

Russ Grimm, Rickey Jackson, John Randle, Jerry Rice, and Emmitt Smith are the five modern-era finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2010.

Packers’ Moss dazzles Rams in interview process

Green Bay Packers assistant head coach Winston Moss made such an impression on the Rams that he will be brought back for a second interview for St. Louis’ head-coaching job.

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