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Tony Dungy Thinks Tom Brady Is Sixth-Best QB Since 1978, Is Delusional

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Tony Dungy ranked Tom Brady sixth on his list of the best NFL quarterbacks since 1978.

Tony Dungy: If teams saw Colin Kaepernick as a starter, they’d sign him

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…

Tony Dungy shares his memories of Dan Rooney

Hall of Fame head coach Tony Dungy started his NFL career 40 years ago in Pittsburgh, undrafted after teams went through 12 rounds of picking new players. But he made the team as a rookie, and in 1978 Dungy led the team in interceptions. During Friday’s PFT Live, Dungy shared one of his most enduring…

DeVos Sneaks Religion Into Public Schools

If anyone was wondering whether Betsy DeVos, Trump's Secretary of Education, would try to inject public schools with religion, question no more. On Monday, DeVos held a closed door meeting with Pamela Bondi and Tony Dungy. That would be Pam Bondi, the current Florida attorney general of Trump University bribery fame. Show More Summary

Tony Dungy: Colts stole signals, but it wasn't cheating

The former Colts coach was prompted by comments made by Deion Sanders.        

Tony Dungy, responding to Deion Sanders' accusations, says Colts stole signals but didn't cheat

Three days after Deion Sanders claimed the Indianapolis Colts stole their opponents’ signals during the 2007 season, that team’s coach from those days responded to the allegation. “Of course we got signals when we had an opportunity to do that,” Tony Dungy said Wednesday morning on NBC Sports’...

Deion Sanders, Tony Dungy engage in strange debate over 'stolen' signals

The New England Patriots’ decade-plus of dominance has befuddled the entire NFL, making even longtime analysts scramble for explanation. On NFL Network shortly after the Super Bowl, Ladainian Tomlinson suggested that some will say the...Show More Summary

Tony Dungy on stealing signals: It’s been done legally for years

Former Colts coach Tony Dungy says he’s baffled that Deion Sanders would suggest the Colts were doing something wrong by stealing signals during Dungy’s tenure as coach and Peyton Manning’s tenure as quarterback, because Dungy says all 32 teams steal each other’s signals. Dungy said this morning on PFT Live that stealing signals is a…

Tony Dungy will discuss Deion Sanders’ allegations on PFT Live

NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders made a surprising allegation against the Colts after Super Bowl LI, claiming that they stole signals, everyone in the NFL knew about it, and no one did anything about it. Former Colts head coach Tony Dungy will respond to that accusation this morning. Dungy will join PFT Live today at…

Dungy: Brady and Belichick are the best ever

Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy joined PFT Live on Monday to discuss a couple of guys whose bronze busts eventually will be in the same place as his. Dungy, whose Colts had plenty of battles with the Patriots, said that Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are the best quarterback and coach in league history…

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. ...

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