One of the Most Exciting Fighters of the '80s
Color Commentator on NBC Sports & Former ESPN Baseball Analyst; 3-Time Major League Baseball All-Star
Head Coach of 1992 NCAA Football National Champions; Former NFL and NCAA Champion; Philanthropist and Speaker
Former NFL Linebacker; Radio Personality on Sirius NFL Radio, WFAN
Former Wide Receiver for the Dallas Cowboys; NFL 1970s All-Decade Team
College Football Analyst & Former Head Coach
Philip Henry Niekro was born April 1, 1939 and nicknamed "Knucksie" because of his usage and skill level with the knuckleball, is a former Major League Baseball pitcher.
Retired Professional American Ice Hockey Player
US Boxing Champion & Olympian
Pro boxer Marlen Esparza to fight three months after giving birth ...
American Nordic Combined Skier and Olympic Gold Medalist
Former Mayor of Detroit, Retired Hall of Fame Basketball Player
Former San Francisco 49ers placekicker; holds NFL single-season record for most points scored by a kicker
Former Major League Baseball relief pitcher; Part of the 1979 World Series winning Pittsburgh Pirates
Baseball Author, Sports Writer
MMA who currently fights as a Light Heavyweight for the Ultimate Fighting Championship
US Gold Medalist: Men's Halfpipe Snowboarding 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Salt Lake City, UT.
Former Green Bay Packers Defensive Back
Former Professional Cyclist & New York Times Bestselling Author
Former Cowboys Defensive Tackle Inducted Into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980
Actor & Narrator; Best Known as Fictional Detective "Mike Hammer"