Took over Bucs team in 1996 that had suffered 12 double-digit loss seasons in previous 13 years ... By second season earned playoff berth first of four times under his leadership … Colts advanced to playoffs each season during his tenure … Indy won 10 games his first year, 12 or more every season after … First African American head coach to win Super Bowl … Overall record as head coach, 148-79-0 ... Born October 6, 1955 in Jackson, Michigan.
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Drafted by Rams in 5th round, 1985 … Had back-to-back seasons with career-best 16.5 sacks, 1988-89 … Recorded 4.5 sacks in 1989 finale win to clinch playoff spot for Rams … Double-digit sacks totals 10 seasons, tied for second all-time at retirement … 160 career sacks … Five Pro Bowls, First-Team All-NFL with Rams (1989), Steelers (1994) and Panthers (1996) … NFL sack titles in 1994, 1996 … NFL's All-Decade team of 1990s … Born July 31, 1962 in New York, New York.
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Colts’ first round pick (19th player overall) in 1996 … Three touchdowns in a game nine times … Remarkable string of eight straight years with 1,000-plus yards receiving, 10 or more TDs … Shattered NFL single-season reception record with 143 catches, 2002 … Eight Pro Bowls … All-Pro six times … NFL’s All-Decade Team of 2000s … Career numbers included 1,102 career receptions, 14,580 yards and 128 touchdowns ... Born August 25, 1972 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.