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  2. Sid Gillman - Wikipedia

    Sidney Gillman (October 26, 1911 – January 3, 2003) was an American football player, coach and executive. Gillman's insistence on stretching the football field by throwing deep downfield passes, instead of short passes to running backs or wide receivers at the sides of the line of scrimmage, was instrumental in making football into the modern ...

  3. Sid Gillman | Pro Football Hall of Fame

    Sid went on to become the foremost authority on forward passing offense. He was the first coach to produce divisional champions in both the National and American Football Leagues. Gillman’s first pro coaching job came in 1955 when he became the Los Angeles Rams head coach.

  4. The Sid Gillman coaching tree is documented in the chart below, followed by a feature on Gillman and short biographies of his many disciples. This package also includes features on the Chuck Noll...

  5. Sid Gillman Record, Statistics, and Category Ranks | Pro ...

    Sid Gillman. Sidney E. Gillman Born: October 26, 1911 in Minneapolis, MN. Died: January 3, 2003 in Carlsbad, CA. College: Ohio St. College Coaching: View Records. High School: North As Exec: 12 Yrs (Full Record) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info

  6. Greatest Coaches in NFL History - Sid Gillman - ESPN

    No. 18 - Sid Gillman (1:38) Herm Edwards, Joe Horrigan, Ron Jaworski, Walt Sweeney, Bob Petrich and Pat Shea discuss why Sid Gillman is one of the greatest coaches in NFL history. (1:38)

  7. Sid Gillman · Cradle of Coaches - Miami University

    Sid Gillman. b. October 26, 1911 - d. July 3, 2003 Years at Miami: 1944-1947. Alma Mater: Ohio State (1933) Career Record: 200-129-9 (62.0%) Sid Gillman is considered by many to be the “Father of the Modern Passing Game.” His principles and ideas were ahead of their time and are still widely used from the high school level to the NFL.

  8. Sid Gillman (1911-2003) - Find a Grave Memorial

    Sid Gillman. Birth. 26 Oct 1911. Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA. Death. 3 Jan 2003 (aged 91) Carlsbad, San Diego County, California, USA. Burial. Hillside Memorial Park.