Gale Sayers Speaker Fees
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Hall Of Fame Running Back, Chicago Bears
$10,001 - $20,000
Gale Sayers Booking Agency Profile
Contact PFP Sports & Celebrity Talent Agency at 1.800.966.1380 if you would like to book Gale Sayers for a speaking engagement, personal appearance, product endorsement or corporate event. Football great, Gale Sayers, known as "The Kansas Comet", is a retired NFL running back who spent his entire career with the Chicago Bears from 1965 to 1971. Sayers burst upon the pro football scene in 1965 with the kind of an impact that the sport had not felt in many years. It is difficult to imagine a more dynamic debut than the one he enjoyed as a rookie. In his first heavy pre-season action, he raced 77 yards on a punt return, 93 yards on a kickoff return, and then startled everyone with a 25-yard scoring pass against the Los Angeles Rams. Sayers' friendship with teammate Brian Piccolo, and Piccolo's struggle with cancer (embryonal cell carcinoma, a type of cancer, found as a large tumor in his chest cavity which would eventually result in his death), became the subject of the made-for-TV movie Brian's Song. The movie, in which Sayers was portrayed by Billy Dee Williams in the 1971 original, and by Mekhi Phifer in the 2001 remake, was adapted from Sayers' own telling of this story in his 1971 autobiography I Am Third. Gale Sayers and Piccolo were devoted friends and deeply respectful of and affectionate with each other. Piccolo helped Sayers through rehabilitation after injury, and Sayers was by Piccolo's side throughout his illness.
Gale Sayers Videos
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Gale Sayers Blog Posts
Former Chicago Bear’s running back, Gales Sayer’s name appears on a lawsuit accusing the NFL of failing to prevent head injuries, but Sayers says he didn’t file the suit. Former Chicago Bear’s running back, Gale Sayers, says he did not consent to being part of† a concussion lawsuit against the NFL and Riddell Helmet ... read more
Chicago Bears Hall of Famer Gale Sayers has been in the news recently for making critical comments about the current state of the Chicago Bears. It just goes to show that in todays world, it doesnt matter where you say it or in what context, if youre a celebrity and you say something controversial, its eventually going to make its way into ... read more
Gale Sayers Speaker Football fans young and old are inspired and motivated by legendary football great Gales Sayers. As a popular motivational speaker for corporations and worthy causes, Sayers always delivers a positive message and image as well as giving solid advice. NFL Hall of Famer, Gale Sayers exhibits pride, poise, leadership, dedic ... read more