Articles tagged "NFL Films"
CHFF Impact Still Lingers in Office of Late NFL Films Great Steve Sabol
Peter King of SI.com and Monday Morning Quarterback fame recently took readers inside the office of late NFL Films kingpin Steve Sabol, who was a great supporter of CHFF. It turns out our impact on NFL Films still lingers in Sabol's office.
Natural Spirit Of Combat: Football Violence Healthy, Vital To American Character
Once upon a time the NFL embraced its identity as a combat sport, a way for iron to sharpen iron and for the nation to distinguish. Somewhere along the line it has lost that sense of identity and purpose, and that is a problem for society.
Young Stud Quarterbacks And The Evolution Of The NFL Passing Game
NFL Films comes to the CHFF world headquarters this week to discuss a masterpiece: our brief, fact-filled history of the evolution of the passing game, from 1933 NFL championship game hero Bronko Nagurski to 2012 young studs Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick.
Top 10 Stories of 2012 NFL Regular Season
From the quest for individual records to the tyranny of replacement refs and Roger Goodell, Cold Hard Football Facts' resident Voice-of-God Patrick Imig ushers in the Top 10 stories of the 2012 season.
CHFF Radio: NFL Films' Greg Cosell Discusses Sabol; Plus Pats-Ravens, Tailgating
Week 3 of CHFF Radio on Patriots.com was highlighted by a visit from NFL Films producer Greg Cosell, who worked the late Steve Sabol for 33 years.
Steve Sabol Tribute: The Autumn Wind Is A Pirate
When Steve Sabol, who passed away Tuesday was at the peak of his powers at NFL Films, "NFL" stood for "Nothing" but "Fun League." His "The Autumn Wind is a Pirate" tribute to the old Oakland Raiders is genius.
Pigskin Poet: Steve Sabol Dies After Battle With Brain Cancer
NFL Films president Steve Sabol passed away Tuesday morning after an 18-month struggle with brain cancer. He was 69. We don't get too emotional around here at the CHFF world headquarters. But the death of Sabol is a tough one.