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  2. MacAdam: At 81, Bill Parcells still flashes the old intensity ...

    Parcells has also dabbled in graded stakes company, finishing off the board with Three Technique in the Grade I Allen Jerkens on the 2020 Travers card and in the Grade I Alfred G. Vanderbilt last ...

  3. Bill (given name) - Wikipedia

    Bill Parcells (born 1941), American former National Football League head coach; Bill Paxton (1955–2017), American actor and director; Bill Peet (1915–2002), American author and animator; Bill Potts (disambiguation) (multiple persons) Bill Pullman (born 1953), American actor; Bill Ramsey (1931–2021), German-American singer and actor

  4. List of New England Patriots head coaches - Wikipedia

    Holovak, Raymond Berry and Bill Parcells all led the Patriots to league championship games, with only one coach failing to reach the Super Bowl. Five Patriots head coaches, Holovak, Chuck Fairbanks, Berry, Parcells, and Belichick, have been named coach of the year by at least one major news organization.

  5. Bill Belichick finds himself at another career crossroads ...

    In 2000, what did Bill see? A truly odd way to exit the New York Jets and an unwanted partnership with Bill Parcells. That led to the most bizarre resignation and press conference in league history. His separation was humiliating, memorable, and definitive.

  6. AllLions is a Sports Illustrated channel featuring John Maakaron to bring you the latest News, Highlights, Analysis, Draft, Free Agency surrounding the Detroit Lions.

  7. Josh McDaniels: Sometimes Bill Belichick has foresight the ...

    Even Parcells didn’t get to ‘pick the groceries’ Belichicks D most certainly carried that team. The offense was 15th overall, 22nd in passing yards, 8th in rushing.

  8. New York Giants head coach Bill Parcells receives a cooler full of Gatorade over his head by Giants players Everson Walls (28) and Carl Banks (58) as time runs out in the Giants 31-3 victory over the Chicago Bears at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Sunday, Jan. 13, 1991.