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Mentor vs. disciple doesn't provide a comfort zone

Tony Dungy learned a critical lesson during his Hall of Fame coaching career        

Tony Dungy previews Lions-Seahawks game, and more

Friday’s PFT Live included a visit from Hall of Fame head coach Tony Dungy. He previewed NBC’s Saturday night playoff game between the Lions and Seahawks, but plenty more ground was covered. Does he still get calls from teams interested in hiring him to be a coach? Which team in this current cycle would he…

Tony Dungy still not returning to coaching

It took Bill Parcells a while to get to the Hall of Fame in part because the voters were never convinced that he was truly retired. With Tony Dungy, the possibility of the Hall of Famer taking his gold jacket back to the sideline never factored in to the thinking, and for good reason. Dungy

Jimmy Johnson not so sure the Los Angeles Rams need an offense-minded coach

What should the Rams keep in mind when hiring their next coach? NFL legends Tony Dungy, Ron Wolf and Jimmy Johnson weigh in with their first-person perspective in this three-part series on finding a coach who best fits a franchise. Saturday: Tony Dungy. Sunday: Ron Wolf. Monday: Jimmy Johnson. ...

Will the NFL bust the Giants for walkie-talkie use? Tony Dungy thinks it should.

The NFL has been pretty quiet in regard to Giants Coach Ben McAdoo’s use of a walkie-talkie on the sideline during last week’s game against the Cowboys. Per the New York Post, the Cowboys dimed McAdoo and the Giants to the league, while reported that Dallas never actually registered a formal complaint but the […]

Rams coaching search: Hall of Famer Tony Dungy explains how the Rooney Rule should work

What should the Rams keep in mind when hiring their next coach? NFL legends Tony Dungy, Ron Wolf, and Jimmy Johnson weigh in with their first-person perspective in this three-part series on finding a coach who best fits a franchise. First up is Dungy, one of 23 coaches in the Pro Football Hall...

Pete Carroll takes blame for not getting team ready vs. Bucs

Tony Dungy saw it coming; Pete Carroll apparently didn’t. And to his credit, Carroll took the blame for his team’s 14-5 loss in Tampa to the Buccaneers. “Really disappointed with our performance yesterday, from the top on down,” Carroll told reporters on Monday. “I thought I didn’t do a good job in this game getting…

Should Bennie Fowler have gone down short of the end zone?

As Broncos receiver Bennie Fowler was sprinting with the football on a 76-yard catch and run late in regulation on Sunday night against the Chiefs, Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy was saying that Fowler should go down. The reason was simple: The Broncos led the Chiefs, 17-16, the Chiefs had just used their last…

Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: NFL Head Games Taking Toll on Kicking Corps

Some smart and honest words on kickers, 49ers fans rock and Tony Dungy sums up Dak Prescott perfectly. 1. Kicker Head Games Lawrence Tynes was one of the great clutch kickers of his generation. He kicked the game-winner in the 2007 NFC title game at Green Bay to put the Giants in the Super Bowl. Show More Summary

Rodney Harrison, Tony Dungy have some advice for Aaron Rodgers

Well, at least I’m not the only NBC employee who has made the list. On Thursday’s edition of Football Night in Carolina on NBC and NFL Network, Hall of Fame head coach Tony Dungy and two-time Super Bowl-winning safety Rodney Harrison offered their assessment of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers‘ recent habit of publicly criticizing teammates…

Hall of Fame coaches explain Patriots' success

Bill Parcells and Tony Dungy list attributes of Bill Belichick's genius.        

Hall of Fame coaches explain why Pats keep winning

Bill Parcells and Tony Dungy list attributes of Bill Belichick's genius.        

Why Usain Bolt has declined offers to play WR in the NFL

The possibility of Usain Bolt playing wide receiver in the NFL is true fantasy football — Tony Dungy said he’d “scare a (...)

Tony Dungy Comments on How NFL Players Observed National Anthem in Week 1

Tony Dungy is the latest person to weigh in on the national anthem controversy. The former NFL head coach spoke with NBC's Dan Patrick on Sunday night about players taking a knee during the national anthem. Dungy said he would be supportive if they were on his team (via CSN Bay Area): I really appreciated it. Show More Summary

From FNIA, Tony Dungy on the national anthem

Sunday’s season-opening edition of NBC’s Football Night in America included comments from Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy regarding his views on the subject of players standing for the national anthem. Dungy shared his own experiences with the anthem (at one point in his life, he didn’t stand), and he shared some of the wisdom…

Dungy would tell Aguayo, “You’re our guy”

Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy previously coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Currently, the Buccaneers have a second-round rookie kicker, who is struggling to make kicks. So what would Dungy say to Roberto Aguayo, if Dungy were the coach? “We drafted Martin Gramatica [pictured] in the third round when I was here and people thought…

Tony Dungy: Usain Bolt would 'scare' people as NFL receiver

Speed kills in today’s NFL. So, why not strap pads on the fastest human in the world? That human would be Usain Bolt, who completed his “triple-triple” by capturing three more gold medals at the 2016 Olympics. The Jamaican sprinter has...Show More Summary

Usain Bolt would be a terrifying NFL wide receiver, says Tony Dungy

This probably won’t happen, but how much fun would it be if it actually did? Tony Dungy appeared on NBC’s Olympic broadcast on (...)

Tony Dungy would love to see Usain Bolt play football

If you have watched Usain Bolt sprint and wondered how he might do as a football player, you’re not alone. Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy says he’d love to see Bolt on a football field to see what the 9-time gold medalist could do. “I...Show More Summary

Tony Dungy Would Just Split Usain Bolt Out Wide And Throw Bombs

5 months agoSports : The Big Lead

Usain Bolt is quite fast. He doesn’t have SEC speed, obviously, but he is the fastest human being of all time. (...)

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