Hall of Fame defensive back Deion Sanders won’t be trading in his NFL Network microphone for a coaching visor. Via Brett McMurphy of ESPN, Sanders won’t be joining the Florida State coaching staff. “You never know,” Sanders said last month regarding the possibility of accepting a job from new Seminoles coach Willie Taggert, who replaced [more]
The two-time All-American at FSU said he's 'been known to make big plays with these colors on.'
Both Prime and the Noles like being associated with each other in headlines. During an interview with ESPN’s Roddy Jones on the sidelines of the Independence Bowl, where Deion Sanders’ alma mater was playing against Southern Miss: Deion...Show More Summary
Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders is considering taking a coaching job at his alma mater. Sanders, who currently works as an analyst at NFL Network, has had discussions with new Florida State coach Willie Taggert about coaching the Seminoles’ defensive backs, according to multiple reports. Sanders is at Florida State’s bowl game this [more]
'Prime Time' could return to Tallahassee as an assistant for first-year coach Willie Taggart
Hold on to your horses, folks. Deion Sanders is looking at a return to the game of football. After being a commentator for the past few years with NFL Network, Deion Sanders is reportedly interested in coaching football at the college level and his interest lies at Florida State in joining Willie Taggart’s coaching staff as a defensive […]
Deion Sanders has dipped his toes into the coaching waters a few times since his last NFL game in the 2005 season. He coached the football team at Prime Prep Academy, a Texas charter school he founded in 2012. It went … poorly. This past season, Sanders was offensive coordinator at Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill, helping […]
This would be fun to see.
If you follow Miko Grimes on social media, then you’re used to the ranting by now and you’re probably highly entertained by it. Say what you will about her and how she carries herself, but you could never deny she goes 110% for her husband and will fight anybody that has anything negative to say […]
Without context, it’s a little difficult to parse what’s going on here, but following a district championship game between Trinity Christian Cedar Hill (coached by Deion Sanders) and Dallas Christian, it seems just about everyone was milling about, tossing out harsh words at one another. Nothing came of the interaction, which was no doubt quelled by […]
This entire ordeal started with one comment from Tony Romo during the Cowboys-Chiefs game when he was trying to make a point about CB Marcus Peters’ unwillingness to tackle players and he proceeded to make a crack at Deion Sanders. When Primetime got wind of the light-hearted joke, he proceeded to unload on the former Dallas […]
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One of the more entertaining aspects of this last week of NFL Play was the off the field battle between Hall of Famer Deion Sanders and former Cowboys QB Tony... The post Deion Sanders and Tony Romo Go to War Over Romo’s Comment That Sanders Avoided Contact appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.
Everybody loves Tony Romo … well, everybody except Deion Sanders. Romo, calling Sunday’s Cowboys-Chiefs game, took a little shot at Sanders during the broadcast, noting that Kansas City cornerback Marcus Peters was so bad on run coverage...Show More Summary
Evidently, active NFL players weren’t the only ones fighting Sunday. Deion Sanders was more than a little defensive Sunday evening after Tony Romo took a shot at him during CBS’s broadcast of the Cowboys-Chiefs game. Sanders’s big hit came after the former Cowboys quarterback accused Marcus Peters of the Chiefs of avoiding contact the way […]
It’s time for another edition of announcer-on-announcer crime. Today, it’s Deion Sanders vs. Tony Romo, two men who not only work on different networks (Romo for CBS and Sanders with NFL Network), but also together on the Thursday Night Football package. Show More Summary
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Deion Sanders destroyed Tony Romo. There's really no cute or punchy way to put it. The guy opened up his Hall of Fame mouth and ate the soul of Romo live on television. It happened because Tony dissed Deion's tackling ability again, calling out…
Romo was not impressed with Peters’ tackling.
The Hall of Fame cornerback implores Broncos GM John Elway to go out and get another Manning