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Don Coryell, longtime coach of the San Diego Chargers and architect of an ahead-of-its-time passing offense, died Thursday. He was 85. Coryell had battled a lengthy illness and was surrounded by his family when he died at Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa,...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffA memorial ceremony will be held at San Diego State University today for former Chargers and Aztecs football head coach Don Coryell. Coryell, who is credited with helping revolutionize football's passing game, died of pneumonia at the age of 85 on July 1...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffFormer San Diego State and Chargers football coach Don Coryell was memorialized Monday by about 3,000 former players, coaching colleagues and fans during a moving and often humorous service on the SDSU campus. Some wearing the black and red of of the San...
As a pigskin-o-phile, I'm haunted by the ever-expanding reach of what is known as fantasy football. Burrowing its way into the heart of the game, fantasy football has the potential to do to the National Football League what even Michael Vick and Bad...
WatchdogJust got back from the big city, where I attended a breakfast previewing ESPN's football coverage, a news conference introducing Chris Russo at Sirius XM and a luncheon previewing CBS' football coverage. The information I collected at these events will......
Baltimore Sun columnistIt'll soon be 40 years and John Unitas has hardly been challenged, meaning the unapproached record of throwing a touchdown pass in 47 consecutive games. A mark that seems sacrosanct, almost indelible as his exclusive property. Hundreds of quarterbacks...
Latimes.com ColumnistRam fans, remembering that the New Orleans Saints knocked them out of the division championship last year, are wondering: Will our undefeated season begin to unravel when the Saints come to town next Sunday? New Orleans fans, noting that the Rams, en...
Baltimore Sun reporterWRESTLER OF THE YEAR Sam Lewnes Mount St. Joseph, senior The top-ranked 160-pounder finished the season with a 40-4 record (166-23 in his career) after winning his third straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association crown in his fourth title-...
Tribune staff writerChanging directions as he did so well on the field, Walter Payton faked himself out Saturday by turning his Hall of Fame induction into the emotional, introspective event he had vowed to avoid. Instead of running away from his feelings, the NFL's all-...
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