Originally written on AFC East Daily  |  Last updated 11/5/14

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 18: Former head coach Bill Parcells (L) talks with owner of the New York Jets Woody Johnson before halftime during the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Giants Stadium November 18, 2007 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
BY DAN BEGNOCHEOne year ago, head coaching legend Bill Parcells congratulated, and later presented, his protege Curtis Martin for induction into Canton’s Pro Football Hall of Fame, only to fall short himself for the third straight year.Looks like four's a charm.Saturday, Martin once again joined Parcells in celebration, this time to welcome his former coach into the NFL’s highest honor.“I’m really looking forward to going back out there and celebrating this with Bill,” Martin said, according to newyorkjets.com. “It meant so much to me for him to be there last year. This time I think it’ll be interesting to me to see him as ‘the rookie.’”During his illustrious career, Parcells was involved with three AFC East teams, moving into the head coaching spot for the New England Patriots after his tenure with the New York Giants. He brought the Patriots to the Super Bowl in 1996 after four up-and-down seasons — eventually losing to the Green Bay Packers — and drafted Martin in the process.Parcel
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