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Remembering NFL Hall Of Fame Legend & Broadcaster John Madden
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A coaching legend. A broadcasting icon. Beloved by football fans everywhere.— NFL (@NFL) December 29, 2021
Remembering John Madden. pic.twitter.com/6jbIl1kdZq
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"He's someone who speaks to so many generations. His generation. Mooch's generation. My generation. My children’s generation."@RichEisen remembers John Madden, a man who impacted so many lives pic.twitter.com/B5WzmoebZ4— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) December 29, 2021
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There should be a Madden award going forward from the NFL.— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) December 29, 2021
Growing up, He was the soundtrack of the NFL for me. When I started covering the Eagles, and we would go to road games, and see the Madden cruiser out in front of the stadium, we knew it was a big one #RIP https://t.co/LNqsQssOOt
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In his career as an NFL head coach, John Madden led the @Raiders to a record of 103-32-7 (.759 win pct).— NFL Research (@NFLResearch) December 29, 2021
That is the highest winning percentage in the history of the NFL by anyone to coach for a decade or more.
Rest in peace to a legend.
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RIP to a legend of legends. Amazing that John Madden was able to see and hear sooooo many beautiful things said about him. What a gift.— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) December 29, 2021
Heaven got an incredible coach, pioneer, broadcaster, person, and visionary. pic.twitter.com/yBBrldcYUf
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The football world today is celebrating the life of John Madden, a man whose relentless passion for the game & unique career will leave an indelible mark on the sport forever. A member of the Class of 2006, Madden died Tuesday. He was 85.— Pro Football Hall of Fame (@ProFootballHOF) December 29, 2021
📰: https://t.co/1A2OtcInjI#HOFForever pic.twitter.com/E1mGAfYbcz
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Transformational. Generational.— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) December 29, 2021
These words are too often used inappropriately when talking sports personalities in general. It IS appropriate to use when talking about John Madden, and there is no need to explain why. It just is what it is. He changed the game. #RIP legend.
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This is the Madden of my childhood.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) December 29, 2021
Nearly burned a hole in my Sega Genesis 16-Bit playing this and Double Dribble. pic.twitter.com/ERGyvJLtcZ
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What was your first Madden pic.twitter.com/iBFW79NbVc— Master (@MasterTes) December 29, 2021
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"Football has been my life, and it's given me so much."— NFL Films (@NFLFilms) December 29, 2021
Rest in peace to the legendary John Madden 🙏 pic.twitter.com/0XYD9FbXhF
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First job out of college in ‘96 was as PR intern with Green Bay Packers. Meeting John Madden when he came in with CBS broadcast team was a thrill. I was literally the lowest man on the totem pole and he was always down to earth and gracious with his time. Sad day for football. 🙏— Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) December 29, 2021