NFL Films tributes Madden's 'orchestrated mayhem' with Raiders
NFL Films opened up the vault to find this tribute of legendary Oakland Raiders coach John Madden.
Gosselin: Why Tony Romo isn't even close to Hall of Fame-worthy
Dallas News (blog)
Ken Stabler hit the quarterbacking trifecta for the 1970s Oakland Raiders. He was an NFL MVP, a Super Bowl champion and a league passing champion. It still took him 27 years to get a bust in Canton, at long last, as a senior nominee. Jim Plunkett won ...
April Fools' Day: 25 terribly foolish moments in NFL history
Those records both currently belong to Ken Stabler, who played for the Raiders from 1970-1979 and was posthumously inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame last year. Stabler, who threw for 19,078 yards and 150 touchdowns in 10 seasons with the ...
At the Library: It's not just a place to study
•“Snake: The Legendary Life of Ken Stabler” by Mike Freeman. •“Zero Sugar Diet” by David Zinczenko. •“The Lion in the Living Room” by Abigail Tucker. •“Let Me Tell You About Jasper” by Dana Perino. •“The President is Dead!” by Louis L. Picone. •“Writer ...