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  2. Ted Marchibroda - Wikipedia

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    Theodore Joseph Marchibroda (March 15, 1931 – January 16, 2016) was an American football quarterback and head coach in the National Football League (NFL). He spent his four years as an active player with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1953, 1955–1956) and Chicago Cardinals (1957).

  3. 1975 NFL season - Wikipedia

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    Baltimore Colts: Ted Marchibroda joined the Colts as head coach. Howard Schnellenberger was fired after three games into the 1974 season, and General Manager Joe Thomas then served for the remainder of the season. Chicago Bears: Abe Gibron was fired and replaced by Jack Pardee. Cleveland Browns: Forrest Gregg replaced the fired Nick Skorich.

  4. Pro Bowl - Wikipedia

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    The National Football League All-Star Game (1939–1942), Pro Bowl (1951–2022), or Pro Bowl Games (starting in 2023) is an annual event held by the National Football League (NFL) featuring the league's star players.

  5. Orlando Brown (American football) - Wikipedia

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    Orlando Claude Brown Sr. (November 12, 1970 – September 23, 2011) was an American football player who played offensive tackle in the NFL for the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns.

  6. List of National Football League head coach wins leaders

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    Ted Marchibroda: 87 98 1 .470 Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts: 1975–1979, 1992–1995 71 67 0 Baltimore Ravens: 1996–1998 16 31 1 Jack Pardee: 87 77 0 .530 Chicago Bears: 1975–1977 20 22 0 Washington Redskins: 1978–1980 24 24 0 Houston Oilers: 1990–1994 43 31 0 54 Jason Garrett: 85 67 0 .559 Dallas Cowboys: 2010–2019 85 67 0 55 Sam Wyche

  7. Ron Rivera - Wikipedia

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    Ronald Eugene Rivera (born January 7, 1962), nicknamed "Riverboat Ron", is an American football head coach for the Washington Commanders of the National Football League (NFL).

  8. 1980 NFL season - Wikipedia

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    Baltimore Colts: Mike McCormack replaced the fired Ted Marchibroda. Cincinnati Bengals: Forrest Gregg replaced Homer Rice. St. Louis Cardinals: Jim Hanifan became the Cardinals' new head coach. Bud Wilkinson was fired after the team started the 1979 season at 3–10, and the team's personal director Larry Wilson served as interim for the last ...

  9. Jim Irsay on Jeff Saturday: 'I am Glad He doesn’t have any ...

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    But I do know how to build a football team because I have been around for 52 years and from all the people from Paul Brown to Don Shula to sitting with Ted Marchibroda and understanding what you ...

  10. Tony Siragusa - Wikipedia

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    In 1997, Siragusa signed with the Baltimore Ravens, who were being coached by his former coach Ted Marchibroda (which continued until he was fired for Brian Billick in 1999). In the 1997 season, he appeared in 14 games, started 13, and recorded one fumble recovery and 27 total tackles.

  11. Indianapolis Colts’ Jim Irsay, Chris Ballard Fail to Provide ...

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    The Indianapolis Colts were set to hold an introductory press conference for their interim head coach on Monday evening. The press conference was originally scheduled to take place at 6 p.m. EST ...