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Kevin Greene: A Football Life
He was a quarterback’s worst nightmare who blitzed his way to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Kevin Greene: A Football Life airs Friday, December 16th at 9PM ET on NFL Network.
Shaun Alexander Presents Finish the Game
Shaun has Coach Williams on again for his latest breakdown as we enter the NCAAF tournament. Also, longtime friend of Shaun's, Mac Powell from Third Day joins the show. Shaun and Mac discuss the early years together and how knowing their true identity was a key factor in their success as they both rose to stardom.
Troy Aikman: A Football Life
The undaunted leader of the Cowboys dynasty reveals the hidden struggles of his football life. Troy Aikman: A Football Life airs Friday, December 2nd at 9PM ET on NFL Network.
Warren High enshrines 3 into Hall of Fame
Three former students were inducted into Warren High School's Hall of Fame on Friday. The alumni -- Roger Emerson, Hanford Rants and Herb Welch -- were enshrined during a ceremony in the school library hosted by Principal Laura Rivas. It was the school's fourth annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Herb Welch, the third and final inductee, graduated from WHS in 1979. A former NFL player, Welch played for the New York Giants for five years, one for the Washington Redskins and three years for the Detroit Lions. He then went on to play and coach for the Sacramento Surge in the NFL’s World Football League.
Steelers - Salute to Service
A day to salute those who protect. The Steelers hosted their Salute to Service game, honoring the military throughout the day.
Bobby Johnsons Super Bowl XXI Ring Comes Home
Bobby Johnson once shunned Giants alumni events, his former teammates, and the organization for which he played his entire three-year NFL career. The wide receiver, who made one of the biggest plays in franchise history during one of the best seasons the Giants have ever had, had experienced joblessness, homelessness, and languished through years of grinding poverty and drug addiction. It got so bad he sold his Super Bowl XXV ring to a pawn shop for only $250. Johnson didn't want friends and mentors from his past to see how far he'd fallen. But in recent years, he's drifted back into the Giants' embrace. It began at the 25-year reunion of the 1986 championship team in 2011. All but one living player or coach from that team failed to attend, and Johnson was greeted with love and enthusiasm by men with whom he had shared a close bond a quarter-century earlier.