Posts Tagged ‘Steve Sabol’

Ray Lewis: NFL lost a visionary in Steve Sabol

Ray Lewis said the NFL lost one of its most influential people.

Steve Sabol introduces his father, Ed Sabol

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

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?

HBO’s Lombardi doc debuts Saturday

Four decades after his death, 2010 has been a big year for legendary football coach Vince Lombardi. Following a successful run on Broadway earlier this fall, Lombardi’s next stop is premium cable. The HBO Sports documentary “Lombardi” debuts Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, exclusively on HBO.

Lauria’s Lombardi gets to yell at famous folks

“Half the quotes attributed to Lombardi are wrong,” said actor Dan Lauria, who portrays the former NFL coaching legend in a new Broadway play, “LOMBARDI,” which opened last week. “Lombardi never said, ‘Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.’ Red Blaik said it.”

Ryan: Let the Jets shine on ‘Hard Knocks’

Jets coach Rex Ryan, who was on the Ravens’ coaching staff during the original “Hard Knocks” in 2001, said Thursday that he isn’t worried about the possible distraction of his team being on the HBO series.

Stafford mic’d up for memorable finish

Matthew Stafford was mic’d up for his gritty-gutty performance against the Browns in Week 11, which ended when he ran back onto the field with an injured shoulder to throw the game-winning touchdown pass with no time left on the clock.

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Quotable NFL GameDay Morning: ‘Forget about Rudy,’ Warner story is awesome

NFL GameDay Morning, the longest and most comprehensive NFL pregame show on television, aired at 11 a.m. ET on Super Bowl XLIII Sunday. NFL Network featured six and a half hours of NFL GameDay Morning pregame show coverage with 18 analysts, reporters and hosts. The roster included Deion Sanders, Marshall Faulk, Warren Sapp, Rod Woodson, Steve Mariucci, Derrick Brooks, John Lynch, Sterling Sharpe, Brian Baldinger, Jamie Dukes, Solomon Wilcots, Kara Henderson, Scott Hanson, Bob Papa, Randy Moss, Fran Charles and Rich Eisen. Adam Schefter reported on news from around the league.

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