Jerry Rice and Emmitt Smith took different routes to National Football League touchdown records. Last night, the sport’s most accomplished wide receiver and its premier running back entered the Hall of Fame together.
Former New York Giants running back Joe Morris made the Pro Bowl twice and won a Super Bowl during his National Football League career, all while wearing knee and thigh pads. So he says he’s not taking any excuses this season when he enforces the league’s new rule requiring them.
Bill Parcells said his best performance during a 22-year National Football League coaching career might have been with an 8-8 New York Jets team, not his two Super Bowl-champion New York Giants squads.
The anesthesiolgists’ ball in December 2010 was already raging when Dr. Thomas Elardo and his wife arrived. It was 11 p.m., and the Opera House in downtown Los Gatos, California, was packed with nurses and doctors dancing to ’80s covers by The Microbes, an all-doctor band. Elardo climbed the stairs to the mezzanine bar and was immediately gladhanded by Bobby Sarnevesht, a local entrepreneur, and orthopedist Samir Sharma, who pulled Elardo aside.