When Tom Flores became the first minority head coach to lead a team into the Super Bowl, he knew it was a historic moment. But it wasn’t the only one at Super Bowl XV, a game that was wrapped up in a yellow ribbon.
Tom Flores was a trailblazer in pro football as both a player and a coach. On September 11, 1960 he became the first Latino starting quarterback in pro football history. Hear him tell the story of that game.
In an exclusive interview with the Talk of Fame Network, former NFL commissioner and Hall-of-Fame finalist Paul Tagliabue apologized for remarks he made in 1994 about concussions, calling his language “intemperate and a mistake.“
Stan White was a star linebacker on the Baltimore Colts team that played in the 1977 Ghost to the Post game, and there are two things he doesnt get: 1) How the Colts lost that contest and 2) why it took the Raiders ken Stabler so long to get to Canton.