The head-spinning offenses NFL fans are enamored of and will watch in the Super Bowl in Atlanta share their explosiveness with the previous team to win the big game in the ATL.
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — If Jon Gruden does leave the comforts of the broadcast booth for a second stint as coach of the Oakland Raiders, he wouldn't be the first coach lured back to the sidelines after a long hiatus from the profession.
Several other coaches have attempted the move, with the most successful being Dick Vermeil, who spent 14 years broadcasting between his burnout and second act that began in St. Louis and led to a Super Bowl title for the Rams.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The Arena Football League is headed back to Albany.
The official announcement about the as-yet-unnamed team for the league was made Tuesday. The Philadelphia Soul's ownership group is joining with local business owners to run the team, including George Hearst III, publisher and CEO of the times Union of Albany.
The Philadelphia group's members include former Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski and ex-NFL head coach Dick Vermeil.
CANTON, Ohio (AP) — The latest from the Pro Football Hall of Fame inductions (all times local):
The rags-to-riches tale of Kurt Warner has taken him to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The quarterback who went from grocery store worker to winning two NFL MVP awards and one league title, reinvigorating two moribund franchises along the way, was inducted into the shrine Saturday night.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Former Eagles coach Marion Campbell, who played on Philadelphia's last NFL championship team in 1960, has died. He was 87.
The team announced late Sunday that Campbell died Wednesday in Plano, Texas. Campbell, a two-way player and two-time Pro Bowl pick, played for the Eagles from 1956-61. He spent his first two NFL seasons with San Francisco.
Campbell, nicknamed "Swamp Fox," served as defensive coordinator under Dick Vermeil from 1977-82. He...