Archive for March, 2011
If you are looking for a motivational speaker for your next event, look no further than former football great, Dick Vermeil. Dick is the former head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams and Kansas City Chiefs.
Vermeil was named the NFL’s Coach of the Year in 1980, and led the Eagles into Super Bowl XV after defeating the Dallas Cowboys for the NFC championship. He retired for the first time after the 1982 season. ... Read More
Retired NFL coach, Dan Reeves, is a popular motivational speaker and sports figure sought after by companies and organizations. He keeps a busy schedule traveling the country participating in speaking engagements, Hall of Fame banquets, autograph signings, tailgate parties, Christian events, church functions, media, personal appearances, corporate events and endorsement deals.
Dan recently launched the Dan Reeves official website where you can trace his football career with the Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons.
If you are looking for a motivational sports speaker for your next event, look no further than Olympic hero Mike Eruzione. Mike is best remembered as captain of the 1980 United States “Miracle On Ice” Olympic Hockey Team.
The highlight for Eruzione was scoring the game-winning goal against the heavily favored Soviet Union. That victory against the Soviets advanced the U.S to the finals where they defeated Finland to win the gold medal. ... Read More
Baseball legend, Yogi Berra, was taken to the hospital Thursday, March 10, after he tripped inside a clubhouse and fell on his backside before a Yankees spring training game. Berra is 85 years old.
The NY Yankees Hall of Famer caught his foot on a carpet at Bright House Field in Florida, according Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman who works as an “instructor” for the Yankees.
Cashman said that Yogi was smiling and joking after the accident and didn’t even want medical attention. Yogi however was taken to a nearby hospital for precautionary reasons.
Ward will join past football players such as Emmitt Smith, Jerry Rice and Kurt Warner, who went on to do well on the show. ... Read More