Hot mics have caught plenty of broadcasters’ slip-ups over the years, from Tony Dungy to Jim Nantz to Keith Hernandez, and ESPN college football analyst Tommy Tuberville and play-by-play commentator Mike Patrick appear to be the latest hit by this. Show More Summary
Hot microphones and comments when people think they’re off the air have led to plenty of people getting in trouble over the years, from Robert Durst to Dave Bliss to Jim Nantz. The latest hot mic incident may cause problems for Indianapolis...Show More Summary
Former Colts coach discusses his former team
After struggling to move the offense for much of the game against the Indianapolis Colts that resulted in a loss, the Football Night in America crew on NBC discussed the Texans’ QB situation prior to the Sunday Night Football game between the Raiders and Dolphins. Starting QB Deshaun Watson went down with an ACL tear during practice last week […]
Perhaps Jerry Jones, the Dallas Cowboys owner who has forbidden his players from doing anything but standing during the national anthem under penalty of benching, should give Tony Dungy a call. Dungy, the Hall of Fame coach, directed a bit of advice toward Jones about trying to squash protests in a tweet Monday night after Jones […]
The Colts are honoring Peyton Manning on Sunday, and Manning’s former coach is recalling one of his greatest moments as one that nearly didn’t happen. Tony Dungy said this morning on PFT Live that when he thinks of what it was like to coach Manning, he thinks of the incredible 38-35 overtime win over the [more]
The former coach and Hall of Famer thinks the rookie signal caller should be on the field
Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy can’t figure out why Bears coach John Fox is starting Mike Glennon over Mitchell Trubisky. Dungy said on PFT Live that he has had his eye on Trubisky since the summer, thinks Trubisky looks ready to play, and can’t figure out why the Bears have gone with Glennon instead. [more]
Tony Dungy and the sports franchises of Tampa Bay are all chipping in to help pay for the relocation of a Confederate statue that currently sits outside a local county courthouse. The Buccaneers offensive line pranked their rookie teammates...Show More Summary
The Buccaneers, Rays and Lightning all responded to a callout from former Bucs coach Tony Dungy to remove Memoria in Aeterna, which was built in 1911.
Ex-Buccaneers head coach Tony Dungy has also pledged money toward the effort
Tampa's three major sports teams, and former Bucs coach Tony Dungy, are donating funds in an effort to remove Confederate statue in downtown Tampa.
Former Buccaneers coach Tony Dungy helped raise money to have a Confederate monument removed from the front of the courthouse in Downtown Tampa, and the Buccaneers rose to the occasion after Dungy challenged them to help. After Hillsborough County commissioners decided to remove the statue only if private donors came up with $140,000 for the [more]
On Thursday’s PFT Live, Hall of Famer Tony Dungy was asked this question: If you had a Hall of Fame golden ticket, who would you give it to? Dungy said former Steelers safety Donnie Shell. Which provided the inspiration for Friday’s PFT Live question of the day. Who would you put in? Answer below, argue […]
When Tony Dungy was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, he asked his old teammate Donnie Shell to present him in Canton. Now Dungy wants to see Shell get a bust of his own. Asked today on PFT Live which former player he thinks is most deserving of a spot in Canton, Dungy […]
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Tony Dungy ranked Tom Brady sixth on his list of the best NFL quarterbacks since 1978.
The former Colts coach and GM do not think highly of the Patriots players
Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy says Colin Kaepernick remains unemployed both for on-field and off-field reasons, but of the two, the on-field reasons are more important. Asked on the Dan Patrick Show what the biggest reason is that Kaepernick is still not on an NFL team, Dungy answered, “I think it’s the perception of…
The former NFL coach has an interesting take on the Kaepernick situation