Found January 26, 2012 on
In the newest AA Podcast we welcome Tony Dungy of NBC's Football Night In America. Tony won a Super Bowl as a player with the Pittsburgh Steelers and as a coach with the Indianapolis Colts. He's also a best selling author with his first book Quiet Strength selling well over a million copies. For the last few years, he's been a fixture on NBC's Football Night In America and helped make it the premier pregame show in the NFL. In the podcast, Tony chats with AA about...
-The challenges he still faces as an analyst-Tim Tebow and how his faith impacts his public persona-Will Peyton Manning be in a Colts uniform next year and beyond?-Which QB Tony would take heading into the Super Bowl: Brady or Eli?-How to stop Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez.-What the Giants and Patriots need to do to win the Super Bowl.-Will he ever leave the studio and head back to the sidelines?
All that and even more NFL topics with one of the most respected voices in sports on this e...
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Without question Tony Dungy brought an unprecedented era of responsibility and respect to the Colts. His strong desire and ability to build a high-character team paid dividends on and off the field. As a result of those very successful and highly ethical years Colts fans were less-than-impressed with Jim Tressel's hiring as a consultant and even more upset that he may be the...
Former Colts head coach and Super Bowl champion Tony Dungy of NBC’s Football Night in America joins the Loud Mouths to break down the Giants-Patriots Super Bowl.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to a 5 year contract with Greg Schiano, the head coach of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. The Glazers have proved they do think outside the box, and the smoke screen they put up interviewing the oldest coaches possible was a brilliant move to gather info from respected sources and throw away attention from the two college coaches the Bucs went after...
The Colts hired Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano as their coach Wednesday and will introduce him at a news conference this afternoon. It's the third time Jim Irsay has turned to a defensive-minded coach since replacing his father as owner in 1997, first hiring Jim Mora and then Tony Dungy as Mora's replacement in 2002.
Indianapolis hired Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano as its new coach Wednesday and will introduce him at a news conference today. It's the third time Jim Irsay has turned to a defensive-minded coach since replacing his father as team owner in 1997, first hiring Jim Mora and then Tony Dungy as Mora's replacement.