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  1. Perfect for Once

    Mike Puma

    Don Shula's 347 wins as a coach in the NFL are the most in history. SportsCentury: Don Shula airs Wednesday at 4 pm ET.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | January 21, 2005
  2. "Texas Bob" Smith won NFL title in '53

    Robert "Texas Bob" Smith, a running back who helped the Detroit Lions win the 1953 NFL championship, died following a brief illness. He was 74.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | January 06, 2005
  3. Sanders stuck to decision to retire

    Mark Kreidler

    While the reasons might remain cloudy, what's clear is that Barry Sanders knew what he was doing when he retired.

    Story | Conversation | August 06, 2004
  4. Sanders juked his way into Hall of Fame

    Barry Sanders might have left football early, but before he did, he piled up Hall of Fame numbers.

    Story | Conversation | August 05, 2004
  5. Brown muscles his way to Canton

    Bob Brown, who was an OT for the Raiders, Eagles and Rams had a working-class attitude.

    Story | Conversation | August 05, 2004
  6. Woodie's World Schedule

    SUPER BOWL EDITION - Woodie examines the growth of the SUPER BOWL from his coverage of the first game in LOS ANGELES when they practically had to give away tickets - to SUPER BOWL VII in LOS ANGELES when the event had become the toughest ticket in to...

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | October 09, 2003
  7. Run Barry, Run

    Fred W. Kiger

    Barry Sanders retired as the number two NFL career rushing leader.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | October 09, 2003
  8. Hart shined for Irish and NFL's Lions

    Leon Hart, who won the 1949 Heisman Trophy and helped Notre Dame win three national titles, died Sept. 24 at age 73.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | September 24, 2002
  9. Triplett won NFL championship with Giants in '56

    Mel Triplett, the starting fullback on the New York Giants 1956 NFL championship team, has died at age 71.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | July 26, 2002
  10. Hornung, Karras suspended for betting on NFL

    Larry Schwartz

    NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle indefinitely suspends Green Bay's Paul Hornung and Detroit's Alex Karras for betting on NFL games.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | April 15, 2001
  11. Steelers pick Bradshaw No. 1

    Larry Schwartz

    The Steelers, who previously won a coin flip with the Bears, select Louisiana Tech quarterback Terry Bradshaw with the first pick in the NFL draft.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | January 24, 2001
  12. Luckman, Baugh have outstanding days

    Larry Schwartz

    Two of the NFL's greatest QBs have tremendous days. The Bears' Sid Luckman sets NFL records of seven touchdown passes and 433 yards while the Redskins' Sammy Baugh throws four TD passes and is the first to intercept four passes in a game.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | November 11, 2000
  13. Taylor redefined the outside linebacker position

    Larry Schwartz

    More info on Lawrence Taylor

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | August 29, 2000
  14. Worst kind of admission from Lomas Brown

    Kevin Seifert

    I don't know Lomas Brown, the former Detroit Lions offensive lineman who is now an ESPN analyst. Everything I know about him, however, reflects the classic lovable-giant persona he has cultivated in his post-playing career. "Santa Lomas," is a ter...

    Blog | December 23, 2012
  15. Which NFL helmet looks best?

    Tim Graham

    Bold, conspicuous, classic. That's what I'm into when it comes to NFL helmets.'s positional Power Rankings panel, of which I'm a proud charter member dating all the way back to March 2011, rated the NFL's best helmets. You'll notice...

    Blog | May 17, 2011
  16. Black and Blue all over: Cutler in the red zone

    Kevin Seifert

    Posted by's Kevin Seifert Still shaking my head Monday morning over Chicago's loss at Atlanta. It just seemed like a classic coulda-shoulda-woulda game. If the Bears had simply gotten three points in each of their three failed trips to th...

    Blog | October 19, 2009