Jerry Glanville is best known for his stints as an NFL coach, but the 77-year-old also had a 15-year career as a race car driver.
Bart Starr, the gentlemanly quarterback and catalyst of Vince Lombardi’s powerhouse Green Bay Packers teams of the 1960s, died Sunday. He was 85.
Reggie Cobb, who was part of the Vols’ 100th anniversary team and a Knoxville native, died at the age of 50, the San Francisco 49ers announced Saturday.
That super shootout everyone expected turned into a defensive standoff. The New England Patriots showed they can win that type of championship game, too.
The New England Patriots are in their 11th Super Bowl, the ninth time with 66-year-old coach Bill Belichick and 41-year-old quarterback Tom Brady. It’s the fourth Super Bowl for the Los Angeles Rams but their first appearance since 2002.
Tom Brady blew through Kansas City’s exhausted defense on a 75-yard drive to Rex Burkhead’s 2-yard touchdown run that gave New England a 37-31 overtime victory Sunday for the AFC championship.
Greg Zuerlein kicked a 57-yard field goal in overtime and the Los Angeles Rams, helped by a huge missed call by the officials, advanced to the Super Bowl with a 26-23 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
John Michels, a College Football Hall of Famer whose 27 seasons as a Minnesota Vikings assistant coach included all four of their Super Bowl appearances, died Thursday in Kingsport.
Derrick Henry had a career-high 33 carries for 170 yards and two TDs for the Titans, who kept their playoff hopes alive by beating the Giants 17-0 on Sunday.
Jason Witten vividly remembers Tony Romo’s return to the home of the Dallas Cowboys for the first time as a broadcaster last year. Now it’s the 15-year tight end’s turn.
Stephen Hauschka hit a 46-yard field goal as time expired, lifting the Buffalo Bills to a 13-12 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
The annual Jason Witten football camp at Elizabethton’s Citizens Bank Stadium was the 16th — and final — one for the retired Cowboys star, who is headed to the broadcast booth.
Former San Francisco wide receiver Dwight Clark died Monday just more than one year after revealing he had ALS. He was 61.
"We have just tried to teach these kids to dream and that anything is possible. They just have to learn to work hard."
After whetting their appetites with a playoff appearance last season, the Tennessee Titans are expecting bigger and better things this year.