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Sun StaffWhen the door to Pro Football's Hall of Fame finally swung open for John Mackey yesterday, the former Baltimore Colts great found rich irony in the knowledge that Al Davis would be joining him. "All the troublemakers go in together," Mackey said with...
Sun ColumnistPassion persisted until the end, 35 years of emotional ties to a team and its memories that elevated the Baltimore Colts to a position of being a civic heirloom. It may never happen again because the business of football has changed -- unions, agents,...
Tags: Joe Perry, Jim Parker, Government, Don Shula, Dallas Cowboys
Sun StaffJohn Mackey will span two eras of Baltimore football this month. In Canton, Ohio, today, he will likely become the last player from the Baltimore Colts' glory days to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The prototype of the modern tight end,...
Sun ColumnistAn autograph-seeker approached John Mackey, the 10th former Baltimore Colt to achieve the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He obliged, adding his jersey number, 88, and a team identity -- Colts. The youngster said he regretted the Colts had such a bad year....
Knight-RidderPONTIAC, Mich. -- Raymond Berry, a Hall of Fame receiver and a Super Bowl coach, was hired yesterday as the Detroit Lions' new quarterbacks coach. That's right -- quarterbacks. No, Berry has never coached quarterbacks. No, he's not at all familiar with...
email@example.comWhen Tom Bikle was a boy, his father would drop him off at Baltimore Colts training camp on the way to his job in Westminster, Md. “I’d just spend the day there. Back then, it was very accessible to fans,” Bikle said of the camp at the...
Hall of Fame defensive end Richard Dent will carry the Vince Lombardi Trophy onto the field at the conclusion of Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. Dent, who was named MVP of Super Bowl XX in New Orleans after the Chicago Bears whipped the...
Question: Is the Super Bowl postgame awards ceremony over yet or is Raymond Berry still walking through the long line of Giants trying to get a kiss on the Lombardi Trophy? Berry's long, slow, seemingly dangerous walk through the Giants to the Lucas...
MIAMI - It was nice to see Arian Foster make a return for the Texans during their game with the Dolphins on Sunday, Sept. 18, but it was a quiet day for the league's reigning rushing leader in his first game back. Foster, who re-aggravated his left...
Tags: Matt Schaub, Owen Daniels, Arian Foster, Andre Johnson, Football
Wide receiver is a position known for high-profile draft busts such as Charles Rogers, David Terrell and Mike Williams, players picked in the top 10 who never became productive regulars, much less stars. "It has the highest mortality rate of any position...
WatchdogI had the privilege Wednesday night of watching ESPN's upcoming documentary on the 1958 NFL Championship Game at a Chelsea theater with Frank Gifford, Pat Summerall, Raymond Berry, Gino Marchetti, Lenny Moore, Jim Mutscheller, radio announcer Bob Wolff,...
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