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Stacey is a former American football player who played defensive lineman in the National Football League. After playing college football for the Oklahoma Sooners, Dillard was drafted by the New York Giants in the sixth round of the 1992 NFL Draft. He played his entire career for the Giants.
Don is an English-born Scottish sports television pundit, commentator and former professional footballer from 1989 to 2008.
Hutchison currently works for ESPN, BT Sport, Premier League TV, and BBC Sport.
The world’s only genuine switch-hitting trick shot artist, Jeremy Dale, has one of the most unusual success stories in the whole of golf. His first job in golf was as a teenage (nine handicap) caddy at the 1984 Open Championship for Ryder Cup player John Garner, who later helped him turn professional. Amazingly by 1999 Jeremy had not only become a PGA professional but had completely re-learned the game left handed and become one of the best trick shot artists around, performing at tour events and golf days all over the world.
He plied his trade for many years at Leinster. His international career started comparatively late and did not blossom until the retirement of Keith Wood. When he eventually got his chance in a World Cup qualifier in Romania in 2001 he took it and thereafter became a fixture in the national side where he won 41 caps between 2001 and 2005, scoring three tries.
In February 2003 Byrne played his 100th game for Leinster.
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Charles Henry “Chip” Beck is an American golfer who was a three-time All-American at the University of Georgia. He has four victories on the PGA Tour and twenty runner-up finishes. He spent 40 weeks in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Rankings between 1988 and 1989. Beck was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Played 15 years in Major League Baseball. He spent 5 of those years with the New York Yankees. Nelson retired in 2007. Nelson had three stints with the Seattle Mariners (1992–1995; 2001–2003; and again in 2005). He is Seattle’s all-time record holder for most games pitched at 383.
John Hartson is a Welsh former professional footballer who played as a striker, notably for Scottish club Celtic and Wales. John Hartson was a fearless footballer for 16 years, making his name as striker at the highest level. Enjoyed his greatest success at Celtic where he become one of only 28 players to score more than 100 goals for the club and was named joint winner of the Scottish Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year 2005. Hartson is currently a pundit for S4C and BT Sport.
John also spearheads his foundation, John Hartson Foundation which champions the fight against testicular cancer.
Irish Rugby Player
Stephen Ferris is a retired Irish rugby union player who played for Ulster and represented Ireland internationally.
Ferris played club rugby with Dungannon. He is from Maghaberry and attended Friends’ School Lisburn.
He played for Ulster and Ireland in all three backrow positions.
A former American football safety in the National Football League (NFL). Erik was drafted by the New York Jets in the fifth round of the 2004 NFL Draft and also played for the Atlanta Falcons and Detroit Lions.
He played college football at Washington State.
Premier League Footballer
Andrew Alexander Cole is an English former professional footballer. Playing as a striker, his career lasted from 1988 to 2008.
He is most notably remembered for his time in the Premier League, with Manchester United.
He spent six years of his career with Manchester, winning numerous trophies in the process.
Dwight “Doc” Gooden, nicknamed “Dr. K”, was a former professional baseball pitcher who played 16 seasons in Major League Baseball. He played for the New York Mets, New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians and Tampa Bay Rays.
He was named MLB National League Rookie of the Year in 1984 and followed up in 1985 by winning the National League Cy Young. Doc Gooden was a 4 time National League All-Star.
He led the Mets to a World Series Championship in 1986.
NFL Pro Linebacker
Steve DeOssie was a linebacker and snapper with the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, New York Jets, and New England Patriots. Named NFL’s Man of the Year in 1996, DeOssie retired from the game at age 35.
Steve now divides his time between his three children, his wife (who he says forces him to work out), his new profession as a radio broadcaster, and his pursuit of the perfect golf game.
Irish Pro Rugby Player
Keith Wood is an Irish former international rugby union footballer who played hooker for Ireland, the Lions, Garryowen, Harlequins and Munster. He was nicknamed ‘The Raging Potato’ because of his bald head. He was also known as ‘Uncle Fester’ due to his resemblance to a character in The Addams Family.
Brought up in Killaloe, County Clare, where he spent his youth hurling, his rugby pedigree was never in question after his father Gordon packed down for Ireland on 29 occasions. He made his debut at 21 against the Wallabies in 1994 and, as a natural leader, went on to captain Ireland in 38 Tests.
Wood is considered one of the greatest hookes to play the game.
NHL Player/ Coach / Analyst
Duguay was drafted 13th overall by the New York Rangers in the 1977 NHL amateur draft. He played 864 career NHL games, scoring 274 goals and 346 assists for 620 points.
After being drafted in 1977, Duguay made the jump directly from junior hockey to the NHL, with 20 goals in his rookie year. Duguay played his first six seasons in New York, where he was known as much for his long hair and flashy behavior as he was for his play on the ice.
Carl Banks was a linebacker in the National Football League from 1984 to 1995 for the New York Giants, the Washington Redskins, and the Cleveland Browns.
After retiring from the NFL, Banks was a part-owner of the Arena Football League New Jersey Red Dogs, along with ex-Giants Joe Morris and Harry Carson. He was Director of Player Development for the New York Jets in 1997.
Two-time All American football player
University of Washington
14 years in NFL, Nesby was Defensive Player of the Year for the Colts & the Seahawks. All Century Team Member & Hall of Fame Member for the University of Washington.
NBA Basketball Player
A 6’7″ forward from North Carolina State, Brown was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the second round of the 1989 NBA draft. Brown shares (with Joe Smith, Tony Massenburg, and Jim Jackson) the NBA record for the most teams played for during his NBA career — twelve: the Cavaliers; Los Angeles Lakers; New Jersey Nets; Dallas Mavericks; Houston Rockets (where he became champion in 1994–95); Phoenix Suns; Milwaukee Bucks; Atlanta Hawks; Charlotte Hornets; San Antonio Spurs; Golden State Warriors; and Sacramento Kings. He retired with 4,125 career points.
A retired Canadian ice hockey defenseman of Ukrainian origin who played his entire career (1983–2003) with the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League, winning three Stanley Cup championships with the team. He has been affectionately nicknamed “Mr. Devil” by Devils fans, as he currently holds the franchise record for games played as a Devil with 1,283 games. Daneyko now provides color analysis alongside Steve Cangialosi during broadcasts of Devils’ games on MSG Plus.
Shane Byrne is a former Irish rugby union hooker. He is nicknamed ‘Munch’ or ‘Mullet’. A native of Aughrim, County Wicklow, Byrne played Gaelic football up to under-16 level with the local Aughrim club..
PGA Tour & PGA Champions Player
Steve has competed on the PGA Tour Champions circuit and is a 10 time winner on on the PGA Tour with a total of 17 wins professionally. He is originally from Australia, played collegiate golf at the University of Houston winning national titles in 1982, 1984 and 1985, turned Pro in 1985 and was top-10 in the World Golf Rankings for over 50 weeks.
Mr. Elkington won the Vardon Trophy in 1995, awarded for the lowest adjusted scoring average and was inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame in 2017. Today, He oversees Secret Golf which he created for golf instruction and coaching.
Pro Football Hall of Famer
Andre Tippett was regarded as one of the top pro football linebackers over his 12 year career with the New England Patriots. He is a member of the NFL’s 1980s all-decade team, was selected to the Pro Bowl five times, was named the AFC’s Linebacker of the Year for three straight seasons and was voted the NEA co-Defensive Player of the Year and UPI AFL-AFC Defensive Player of the Year in 1985. In 1999, Andre was inducted into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame. In 2007, he was inducted into the University of Iowa Hall of Fame and in 2008, Andre was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Andre Tippett has also been studying Martial Arts for decades. He holds a fourth degree black belt in Uechi Ryu Karate-Do and is certified through the Okinawa Karate-Do Association in Okinawa, Japan and was a member of the USA Karate team. Andre Tippett was also selected All-City and team captain in football, track and wrestling at Barringer High School in Newark, N.J. and is a member of Newark’s Sports Hall of Fame.
Andre Tippett, a native of Newark, N.J., has worked in the Patriots’ front office since his 1994 retirement. Currently he serves as the New England Patriots Executive Director of Community Affairs. Prior to that appointment, he served as the Patriots Assistant Director of Pro Scouting from 1998-2003. He is married to Rhonda and has four children; three daughters and a son.
Colton played 11 seasons (496 Games) in the NHL with the Boston Bruins, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs. His physical style of play quickly made him a favorite of fans and teammates alike.
Since retiring from the NHL in 2016, Colton has made it his mission to ensure players all skill levels are properly taught to use their body in all hockey situations to protect themselves, their opponent and the game.
Growing up in Australia I played a variety of sports including golf, baseball, tennis, soccer and basketball. My passion for golf won out and, after completing a traineeship to become a professional, the journey to play the game for a living began at the age of 22. After struggling early as a pro, I became one of the most consistent players in the world through hard work, determination and a great team around me. Playing on the world’s major tours for the next two decades, I spent several years in the Top 50 of the Official Golf World Rankings and reached a career high of 16. Representing the International Team at two Presidents Cups, Australia at two World Cups, I’m also the only man to beat World No. 1 Tiger Woods twice in the WGC Accenture World Match Play Championship.
William Michael “Mike” Phillips was a rugby union player who played at scrum-half.
On 16 March 2013, Phillips surpassed the record of 76 caps set by Dwayne Peel as the most capped scrum-half for Wales. Tall and powerful, unusual properties in a scrum half, he has been compared to ex-Wales international Terry Holmes.
Randall “randy” cross
A football analyst and former NFL offensive lineman. In 1976, Cross was selected in the second-round of the NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers; his 13-year career included three Pro Bowl selections and three Super Bowl championships (SB XVI, XIX, XXIII). Cross’ last game as a player was Super Bowl XXIII in 1989. Randy played center from 1976–78, then guard from 1979–87, before finishing his career in San Francisco at center in 1988. Upon his retirement after Super Bowl XXIII, Randy joined the Miller Lite All Stars cast making a series of popular commercials for the brewing giant. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in July 2011.
The Buffalo Sabres drafted Brad in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He was known as one of the most imposing forwards in the league. In the 2006-2007 season he won the Stanley Cup with the Anaheim Ducks.
Brad was responsible for 131 goals and 170 assists in his 1129 games played in the NHL.
Brad May retired after 18 NHL seasons in 2010 and joined the CBC as an American Hockey League Analyst. Currently, he works on the Vegas Golden Knights broadcast team as an NHL analyst.
Cornelius is a former American football linebacker who played for the Buffalo Bills from 1987 to 1995, Atlanta Falcons from 1996 to 1998, and the Indianapolis Colts from 1999 to 2000. Bennett was a five-time Pro Bowler, being elected in 1988, and 1990–1993, and won the AFC Defensive Player of the Year award twice (1988 and 1991).
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