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Click on image to view larger Ball point Pen on the morning newsprint 73 year old beloved broadcaster is retiring half way through his six year deal with NBC Sports to spend more time with his family. Madden was a former Pro Football player, head coach for the Oakland Raiders, video game magnate, broadcaster and inductee in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His unbridled enthusiasm, blue collar persona, descriptive and often humorous use of the telestator, and distinctive "Boom" call will be missed by football fans. He will be replaced on Sunday Night Football by Cris Collinsworth. ...

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Ball point pen on the morning newsprint Baugh was the best all around football player of his or any era. He set 13 NFL records at three different positions: quarterback, punter and defensive back. Fifty six years after his retirement, he still holds the Redskins record for career touchdown passes 187, and completion percentage in a season 770.3. His 31 interceptions on defense are third on the team's career list. He was the last surviving member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's inaugural class of 1963. Sammy Baugh passed away last night at the age of 94. ...

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