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
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 (...)
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
Usain Bolt is quite fast. He doesn’t have SEC speed, obviously, but he is the fastest human being of all time. (...)
The Hall of Fame coach thinks Usain Bolt could make some noise as a wide receiver. Your browser does not support iframes. Usain Bolt proved for the third straight Olympics that he’s the fastest man ever — and it’s really not that close. Show More Summary
Indianapolis Colts coaching great and devout Christian Tony Dungy recalled the Bible verse his mother taught him so many years ago during his acceptance speech at Saturday's Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
On Saturday night, Tony Dungy, the African-American head coach to win an NFL championship gave a rousing Pro Football Hall of Fame induction speech, acknowledging that he didn’t get there on his own, paying homage to 10 other coaches who came before him and made his path possible, ESPN reports. “Willie Brown, Buck Buchanan, Earnel Durden, Bob Ledbetter, Elijah […]
Dungy, the first African-American coach to win a Super Bowl, joined seven others, including a former owner, in Saturday night’s induction ceremony.
Dungy, the first ever African-American head coach to win the Super Bowl, was inducted into the Hall of Fame Saturday. In 2006, Tony Dungy became the first African-American head coach to win the Super Bowl. Ten years later, he was inducted...Show More Summary
A trail blazer and Super Bowl winner, Tony Dungy now is a Hall of Famer. The first black coach to win an NFL championship and a mentor to dozens of players and fellow coaches, Dungy was inducted Saturday night into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And instead of concentrating on his role as a pioneer,...
Brett Favre and Tony Dungy were the clear headliners for the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame class, each charming the crowd in far different ways, but there were other great highlights throughout Saturday night’s induction ceremony. Two...Show More Summary
Tony Dungy won plenty of games as a head coach in the NFL. But his legacy extends far beyond the field. With his former Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame alongside him, Dungy was hailed for the impact he had as a leader beyond Sundays. “You taught us…
The Class of 2016, headlined by Brett Favre and Tony Dungy, will be enshrined in Canton, Ohio, on Saturday. The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2016 was announced in January, and on Saturday the eight inductees will finally take the stage at the Enshrinement Ceremony to give speeches with the revealing of their bronze busts. Show More Summary
When Tony Dungy posted on Twitter a photo of the new Hall of Famer standing with his son, Justin, in front of Dungy’s display in Canton, I noticed that: (1) Brett Favre’s display was immediately to the right; (2) it contained an easily-noticeable Vikings jersey; and (3) Packers fans weren’t going to like that very much. “[Expletive]…
Former NFL coach and current NBC analyst Tony Dungy is going into the Hall of Fame this weekend. With that in mind, Dungy is getting plenty of time to air his views ahead of his induction. One of the outlets to talk to Dungy is the New York Times. Show More Summary
Brett Favre, Tony Dungy and six others will be officially added to the Hall of Fame on Saturday. The Pro Football Hall of Fame will add eight more busts on Saturday when the Class of 2016 is officially enshrined. Brett Favre and Tony Dungy headline the class that features six players, one coach and one owner. Show More Summary
Tony Dungy would like to see the NFL's Rooney Rule used in the manner it was intended.
Tony Dungy, head coach Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1996-2001 Indianapolis Colts, 2002-2008 Greatest moment Feb. 4, 2007. That’s the night Dungy led the Colts to a 29-17 win against the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI. It wasn’t just the first championship for the Colts since the franchise moved to Indianapolis before the 1984 season. Show More Summary
Nine games into his bid to transform the bumbling Tampa Bay Buccaneers into championship contenders, the normally unflappable Tony Dungy reached a boiling point.
Tony Dungy thankful for opportunities Dennis Green provided