From carpenter to a two-time Super Bowl Champion – How one phone call changed Dave Tollefson’s life

He fully admits he “never should of been there” and by there, he means Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI. Dave Tollefson spent seven seasons in the NFL, however he took the most unlikely route to not only get there, but have a highly productive and fruitful career. Tollefson was two years removed fromContinue reading “From carpenter to a two-time Super Bowl Champion – How one phone call changed Dave Tollefson’s life”

“Ben is not going to put that video out there if he doesn’t feel he’s 100% ready to go.”

All it took was 38 seconds to inject life into Steeler Nation when Ben Roethlisberger released a video showing him firing passes to teammates this past week at a Pittsburgh high school and so I spoke with someone who knows just how impressive that was to see. He spent four seasons with the Pittsburgh SteelersContinue reading ““Ben is not going to put that video out there if he doesn’t feel he’s 100% ready to go.””

The early 90’s Cowboys are on same level as Jordan’s Bulls, my conversation with Tony Casillas

Sports fans have been captivated by “The Last Dance” on ESPN over the past five weeks and while I enjoyed every minute of the documentary, another team, in another sport was on my mind the entire time. The early 90’s Dallas Cowboys. That group won Super Bowls in 1992, 1993 & 1995, plus if theyContinue reading “The early 90’s Cowboys are on same level as Jordan’s Bulls, my conversation with Tony Casillas”

Mike Tomlin’s biggest fight isn’t on the football field

He owns the second best winning percentage (.642) among active NFL coaches behind only Bill Belichick. In fact, he hasn’t had a losing season in 13 years as the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Mike Tomlin is highly regarded across the country as one of the very best to do what he does, butContinue reading “Mike Tomlin’s biggest fight isn’t on the football field”