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At 23 years old, the 2013 draft marks the first time the oldest son of football legend Joe Montana is eligible to join the NFL. After a college career that saw him play at four different schools, Nate Montana is trying to get his foot in the door,
Joe Unitas wrote the following letter to The Sun about the situation: To whom it may concern: Yesterday, in the wake of all the positive news about Joe Flacco's involvement with our movie Unitas We Stand, John Unitas Jr, and his son JC Unitas chose
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will play Johnny Unitas in an upcoming movie about the 1958 NFL championship game, Unitas' son said. Joe Unitas told the Baltimore Sun Flacco would handle the football scenes in the shooting of "Unitas We Stand"
He does things the right way and is a good role model for kids and he gets what hard work is and does everything he can for the team. There are a lot of parallels that can be drawn between Joe and my dad. My production team is very fortunate and
David Albers/Staff Football Hall of Famer Mike Ditka autographs footballs at a dinner to feature his new wines at Shula's Steak House at the Hilton Naples on Wednesday, March 20, 2013, in Naples. Mike Ditka says he couldn't pass on the opportunity to
Celebrities, activists, designers, scientists and an athlete made up the seventh class inducted into the California Hall of Fame at the California Museum in downtown Sacramento Wednesday. The four-time Super Bowl champion Joe Montana was the stud of
Tellingit Asitis , Grove Park South East London, 18/3/2013 05:01 Click to rate Rating (0) The man was tried in court and acquitted. Someone makes a movie later about what they think must have happened and the court trial seems to mean nothing?
When Detroit Lions couldn't pronounce Havard Rugland's name during his trial for the NFL this week, they took to calling him "Kickalicious." Rugland is the Norwegian Internet kicking sensation who hopes to parlay his incredible trick-shot video _
The NFL confirmed the story, but wouldn't reveal the former player or the two responders. Facing a rough transition, the player's wife contacted the NFL. Two former players were dispatched from a program which employs ex-players and coaches to assist
Simpson has been sentenced on a felony robbery charge in North Dakota. Christie Prody, of Moorhead, Minn., was given a suspended four-year prison term and two years of supervised probation after entering an Alford plea Monday. The plea means she did