Gold Jackets in the News - June 9, 2015

Gold Jackets in the News - June 9, 2015

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Stay up-to-date on your favorite Hall of Fame players. Check out these stories and see what’s new!

Pennsylvania Pride

A group of Gold Jacket quarterbacks returned to their roots in Western Pa. on Saturday night. Joe Namath, Joe Montana, Dan Marino and Jim Kelly all gathered together during the Gridiron Gold event held at the Wyndham Grand Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh to be honored. John Unitas, Jr. and family members of George Blanda represented the two deceased players. Read Entire Story>>>

HOF Note: The foursome has a staggering combined total of 165,042 passing yards and 1,103 touchdowns passes.

It’s Always Sonny in Washington

A few years after retiring from the NFL, Sonny Jurgensen rejoined the Washington Redskins as a radio announcer for the team. It was recently announced that Jurgensen will return for his 35th straight season calling games. Full Story>>>

Group of Gold Jackets Meet Heroes

Carl Eller, Andre Reed, Joe DeLamielleure, Rayfield Wright, John Randle and Leroy Kelly made a trip to Albany, N.Y. to meet and brighten up the day of a group of sick children. The Gold Jackets stopped by the Ronald McDonald House to sign autographs and also help raise money for the charity. Check Out More>>>

Dallas Dad

Michael Irvin passed his football genes onto his son Michael Irvin Jr., who will be a senior at St. Thomas Aquinas, a private high school in Florida. The Gold Jacket spends his Friday nights during the football season anxiously watching his son’s team. Click Here for More>>>


No Easy Road to Canton

It was not an easy road for Warren Moon to be enshrined into the Hall of Fame. The former QB had to overcome diversity in the NFL, his father’s death and other obstacles to make his way to Canton. Check Out His Full Story Here>>>

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