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Ex-Colts RB Zurlon Tipton dead from own accidental gun shot (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
Former Indianapolis Colts running back Zurlon Tipton is reportedly dead at the age of 26. According to Fox 2 in Detroit, Tipton accidentally shot and killed himself at a car dealership in Roseville, Mich. Former Colts running back Zurlon Tipton, seen here in 2015, reportedly died of a gunshot Tuesday. Yahoo! Tue, Jun 28
Peyton Manning wishes he could have played for Pat Summitt (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
Back in 2012, when Peyton Manning’s career was hanging in the balance following four neck surgeries and his release from the Indianapolis Colts, he placed a call to an old friend from his college days. We don’t know if it was for advice or reassurance, or just two friends chatting. But it also was a flashpoint in Pat Summit’s life, too. She had just finished her final season in a legendary career as Tennessee woman’s basketball coach after being diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease in 2011. Summitt, 64, died early Tuesday . Her impact on women’s basketball — and sports in general — can’t be overstated. So much so that Manning, who befriended Summitt when he was an underclassman at Tennessee in the 1990s, believes she could have succeeded as a coach in any sport. Yes, even football. “I called and I told her I always wished that I could have played for her,” Manning said in the video from 2012. “Obviously, it’s a different sport. But people always said Pat Summit could have coached a men’s basketball team. I think she could have coached a football team, I really do. She’s just a coach.” Summitt is one of the all-time great basketball coaches, just as Manning stepped away from the NFL this offseason as one of the finest quarterbacks ever to play the game. They both also handled themselves gracefully in the public eye despite having the fire needed to be elite competitors in their respective sports. Summitt might never have coached football or a men’s sport, but the era of women flourishing in the NFL appears to be upon us. We have prominent female executives, a female referee and female coaches in the league now, and commissioner Roger Goodell announced that the NFL would be implementing a “Rooney Rule” type of requirement to interview women for executive positions before making any hires. A small part of that credit for the lengths women have come in male-dominated sports — especially the NFL — likely belongs to Summitt. We think Manning would agree. - - - - - - - Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at edholm@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Eric_Edholm Yahoo! Tue, Jun 28
Rex Ryan on father Buddy: 'He truly was our hero' (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
One of the greatest defensive minds the NFL has seen, Buddy Ryan, died on Tuesday. “On behalf of the entire Ryan family, we want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their sympathies, prayers and warm thoughts with the passing of my dad. Yahoo! Tue, Jun 28
Houston Texans sign first-round pick WR Will Fuller (The Associated Press) ( today ) Courtesy of
HOUSTON (AP) -- The Houston Texans have signed receiver Will Fuller, who was the 21st overall pick in this year's draft. Yahoo! Tue, Jun 28
Buddy Ryan, defensive mastermind, has died at age 82 (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
Legendary defensive mastermind Buddy Ryan, 82, has died according to multiple media reports. The Chicago Bears later confirmed the news. James David "Buddy" Ryan won two Super Bowls as an assistant coach and is perhaps best known as the architect and coordinator of the dominant Bears' "46" defensive scheme that was revolutionized in the mid-1980s and earned the Bears their last title under head coach Mike Ditka in Super Bowl XX 30 years ago. Yahoo! Tue, Jun 28
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