@Raiders Wow, sitting around Saturday afternoon, I had the chance to watch the John Madden documentary, a story I'm very familiar with, but it was great to hear the stories and see the legend that John Madden really is. Truly the GOAT! RIP!
I was saddened to hear about the passing of John Madden, at age 85. One the all-time greats, he showed me the ropes during our brief football partnership. He was always kind and delightful. He can now join his former partner, Pat Summerall, in calling Super Bowls in heaven.
I always loved sitting down & talking with the Legend #JohnMadden - he was larger than life in the NFL world… but what left a larger impression upon me was the character of the man! Honored to have played in last SB he would call in the booth… We love u & we’ll miss you Coach!
I will always remember this moment with Coach Madden as we celebrated our 1st Raider SB Victory. He will remain an icon for our sport & much more to those of us who knew him as coach, friend, mentor. An honor knowing this humble man for 45 + yrs. RIP pic.twitter.com/iDJcNc42YV
Coach John Madden was an NFL icon, who played, coached and gave his name to a video game. But to me he offered his time, wisdom and coaching insight. I was truly blessed to have him as a mentor! RIP Coach 🙏
If you were in my dad’s generation, you’ll remember him as a coach. If you’re in my generation, you’ll remember him as a broadcaster. If you’re in my son’s generation, you’ll remember him by the video game.
The Giants are saddened to learn of the passing of Bay Area sports and media icon, John Madden. We express our condolences to his family and all of those whose lives he touched. He was a Bay Area Giant.
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