Extractions: Get SI's 2005 NFL Team Package FREE! Subscribe to SI Give the Gift of SI THE WEB SI.com cnnWriteMenuEntries(cnnMenuEntries); var clickExpire = "-1"; Updated: Wednesday September 14, 2005 5:01 AM TEAMS Select Team Bears Bengals Bills Broncos Browns Buccaneers Cardinals Chargers Chiefs Colts Cowboys Dolphins Eagles Falcons Giants Jaguars Jets Lions Packers Panthers Patriots Raiders Rams Ravens Redskins Saints Seahawks Steelers Texans Titans Vikings PLAYERS TOMMY VARDELL
A TRIBUTE TO TOMMY VARDELL On February 4, 2000, tommy retiremed from professional football. As a pro athlete,tommy vardell has been the prototype of a dedicated, unselfish, http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Fields/4043/tommyvardell.htm
Extractions: This page is dedicated to a man I greatly admire, Tommy Vardell. I've been a very big fan of Tommy's ever since he was at Stanford, and throughout his professional football career. Not only is he a tremendously gifted and talented athlete but, and more important, he is a caring and responsive man. Tommy Vardell exemplifies not only what a "role model" is, but what a role model should be, through his deeds and actions both on and off the playing field. With so many sports stars making headlines for all the wrong reasons these days, it's refreshing (and reassuring) to know that there are still professional athletes men like Tommy Vardell who are truly concerned about other people, genuinely care to make a difference, and do not take the responsibility (for whether an athlete likes it or not, it IS a responsibility) of being in the public eye lightly. On February 4, 2000, Tommy retiremed from professional football. As a pro athlete, Tommy Vardell has been the prototype of a dedicated, unselfish, and complete team player. He has battled back from severe knee and ankle injuries which doubtlessly hampered his football career. Much more important than any achievement on any field of sport, however, Tommy has shown himself to be a man of solid values, fine attibutes, gentlemanly demeanor and stellar character; traits many "pro athletes" today, in all venues of sport, would do well to emulate. Game Films
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Extractions: Corbin Park Football League Hey all, The end of our season has arrived, and here are the results. Championship game - John W 46, Andy D 40 Division #1 winner - John Waite Division #2 winner - Jeff Trudeau Playoff winner - John Waite Jeff T - I will get you your $150. as soon as possible. Do you still work at the same office downtown? Karen and Troy have expressed an interest in playing, and I think I can make a 12 person, three division schedule. So we might have more people next year. If anyone wants to talk rules changes. Lets do it now. John W I will fix the rest of the rosters later. 1998 Records Division # 1
Extractions: DraftBoard NFL - National Football League Draft Results Round 1 ... Round 12 Sel# Team Player Position School Indianapolis Emtman, Steve DT Washington Indianapolis Coryatt, Quentin MLB L.A. Rams Gilbert, Sean DT Pittsburgh Washington Howard, Desmond WR Michigan Green Bay Buckley, Terrell CB Florida State Cincinnati Klingler, David QB Houston Miami Vincent, Troy CB Wisconsin Atlanta Whitfield, Bob T Stanford Cleveland Vardell, Tommy FB Stanford Seattle Roberts, Ray T Virginia Pittsburgh Searcy, Leon T Miami Miami Coleman, Marco DE Georgia Tech New England Chung, Eugene G Virginia Tech N.Y. Giants Brown, Derek TE Notre Dame N.Y. Jets Mitchell, Johnny TE Nebraska L.A. Raiders McGlockton, Chester DT Clemson N.Y. Giants Brown, Dave QB Duke Dallas Smith, Kevin CB San Francisco Hall, Dana S Washington Atlanta Smith, Tony RB Southern Mississippi Kansas City Carter, Dale CB Tennessee New Orleans Dunbar, Vaughn RB Indiana Chicago Spellman, Alonzo DE Ohio State San Diego Mims, Chris DE Tennessee Dallas Jones, Robert MLB East Carolina Denver Maddox, Tommy
Extractions: Choose Sport Baseball Basketball - M Basketball - W Crew Cross Country Fencing Field Hockey Football Golf - M Golf - W Gymnastics - M Gymnastics - W Lacrosse - W Sailing Soccer - M Soccer - W Softball Swim/Diving - M Swim/Diving - W Sync Swimming Tennis - M Tennis - W Volleyball - M Volleyball - W Water Polo - M Water Polo - W Wrestling News Releases In six seasons at the helm of the Cardinal football program, Tyrone Willingham has built a reputation as one of the most respected coaches in college football. A former Cardinal assistant coach, Willingham had established himself as one of the top, young assistant coaches in the NFL during his three seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. So when Stanford Athletic Director Ted Leland went looking for a head coach to follow Bill Walsh after the 1994 season, it was a former Cardinal assistant whose character, integrity and leadership skills had impressed Leland years earlier who became Lelands top choice. Willingham, Stanfords running backs coach from 1989-91 under Dennis Green, returned to The Farm on November 28, 1994 as the Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football at Stanford University. In his six years on The Farm, Willingham has led Stanford to three bowl games, including the 1999 Pacific-10 Conference championship and the schools first Rose Bowl appearance in 28 years. Willingham has twice been honored by his peers as the Pac-10 Coach of the Year (1995, 1999).
Extractions: Choose Sport Baseball Basketball - M Basketball - W Crew Cross Country Fencing Field Hockey Football Golf - M Golf - W Gymnastics - M Gymnastics - W Lacrosse - W Sailing Soccer - M Soccer - W Softball Swim/Diving - M Swim/Diving - W Sync Swimming Tennis - M Tennis - W Volleyball - M Volleyball - W Water Polo - M Water Polo - W Wrestling News Releases Career: Four-year starting fullback who started 44 consecutive games from 1999-2002 One of the most productive fullbacks in school history Rushed for 961 yards on 158 carries (6.1 average) Scored 16 career touchdowns, 11 on the ground and five receiving Chalked up 50 receptions for 513 yards in his career Had 16 plays of over 18 yards in his career, including TD runs of 94 and 68 yards. The 2002 Season: Stanford's starting fullback for the fourth consecutive season Second on the team with 348 yards rushing on 54 carries Led the team with a 6.4 yards per carry average Also had 16 receptions for 143 yards and two touchdowns First-Team Academic All-Pac-10 and honorable mention All-Pac-10 Gained 116 yards on 11 carries and scored one touchdown in game three vs. Arizona State Began the year by rushing for 255 yards on 39 carries (6.6 ypc) through four games Rushed for 58 yards on 10 carries in the season opener vs. Boston College Sixty-five yards on nine carries in game two vs. San Jose State Big plays included a 68-yard TD run vs. Arizona State, a 43-yard rush at Oregon, a 31-yard TD reception vs. Oregon State and a 22-yard reception vs. Notre Dame Voted by his teammates as one of three team captains for the season.