Gold Jackets in the News - June 3, 2015


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A Pair of Hall of Famers Receive Support From Former Teams

Gold Jackets Jim Kelly (Buffalo Bills) and Charlie Sanders (Detroit Lions) left a legacy with their former teams. They continue to be leaders in the community and inspire current players, coaches and staff in the NFL. This is evident  by the overwhelming support the pair of Hall of Famers recently received.

First-year Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan gave the team a day off from OTA practice with good reason. The entire team participated in Jim Kelly’s charity golf outing. Read More>>>

Around 40 current Lions player, coaches and scouting department personnel took part in the Charlie Sanders Foundation Have a Heart Save a Life annual golf outing. More Details>>>

Start Your Engines

Before Charles Haley is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August he will serve as the honorary starter for Saturday night’s Firestone 600 Verizon Indycar Series race. Haley will wave the green flag to kick off the race at Texas Motor Speedway. Check Out the Full Story>>>

Dierdorf Ready to Call U-M Games Again After Chaotic Season

St. Louis Cardinals legendary tackle Dan Dierdorf has always had a passion for his alma mater, the University of Michigan, where he played collegiate football. Last year he returned to Ann Arbor as a football radio broadcaster, but it wasn’t quite what he expected. Read More>>>

Dickerson to Host Football Youth Clinics

Gold Jacket Eric Dickerson will be hosting the annual Judson Football Camp on June 6 and 7. The skills and fundamentals camp is designed for students ranging from second grade to high school. It will focus on both offense and defense. More information>>>

Chiefs Chairman and CEO Raves About Shields

Former Kansas City Chiefs guard Will Shields will be the 11th longtime member of the franchise to be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August. Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt talks about what a special player he was and what he means to the team. Full Story>>>

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