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NHL Morning Skate for Wednesday, November 13, 2019

November 13, 2019



* The Panthers rallied to stun the Bruins at TD Garden, posting the 19th four-goal, third-period comeback win in NHL history and first-ever by the franchise.

* Eighteen-year-old Kaapo Kakko scored twice, including the game winner, to become the 13th different 18-year-old skater in NHL history to score a regular-season overtime goal.
* Twenty-one-year-old Cale Makar found the score sheet yet again, becoming the eighth rookie defenseman in NHL history to score the game-winning goal in consecutive games.


With the Panthers trailing 4-0 at the start of the third period, Aaron EkbladFrank VatranoMike Hoffman and Keith Yandle (1-2—3) scored four consecutive goals and Hoffman netted the decisive marker in the shootout as Florida overcame a four-goal deficit to win for the first time in franchise history.

* Tuesday’s contest marked the 19th instance in NHL history a team overcame a four-goal, third-period deficit to win in any fashion and first since the Wild on Jan. 9, 2010. The Panthers are just the ninth road team to accomplish the feat.

* Florida joined Washington (Oct. 25) and Winnipeg (Oct. 4) as the third team to record a comeback win of four or more goals this season. The 2019-20 campaign is just the second in NHL history to feature three four-goal comeback wins, regardless of period, through the first 280 games. The other: 1991-92 (3).


Jonathan Huberdeau (0-3—3) has found the score sheet in all but three games in 2019-20. His three-point performance Tuesday boosted his career totals to 134-249—383, moving the eight-year veteran into a tie with Stephen Weiss (249) for the most assists in franchise history.

* Additionally, Huberdeau’s three third-period assists matched the franchise record for most in a single period, achieved on eight occasions – with Scott Mellanby (Jan. 13, 1999 vs. TOR) the only other to do so in the final frame.

Kaapo Kakko scored twice – including the overtime winner – to lift New York to its fifth win in seven contests. He became the youngest player in franchise history to score in overtime, while also recording the club’s first-ever multi-goal game by an 18 year old.

* The 2019 second-overall pick (6-2—8), who trails only Buffalo’s Victor Olofsson (7-5—12) in rookie goals this season, became the 13th different 18-year-old skater in NHL history to score a regular-season overtime goal.

* Kakko (6-2—8), who scored one of five New York goals against Florida Sunday, joined Manny Malholtra (Nov. 7-10, 1998 and Feb. 22-26, 1999) as the second 18-year-old in Rangers history to score in consecutive team games.

Tony DeAngelo collected an assist on Kakko’s game-opening goal to extend his point streak to five contests (1-5—6). After posting an eight-game run in 2018-19 (0-9—9 in 8 GP from Feb. 12-27), the 24-year-old defenseman joined Brian Leetch (6 GP in 2000-01 and 6 GP 2001-02) as just the second Rangers defenseman in the last 20 years to register a point in five or more games in consecutive seasons.


Cale Makar netted the game-winning goal for the second time in as many games, while Nathan MacKinnon (2-2—4) and 22-year-old netminder Adam Werner (40 saves) also played pivotal roles as the Avalanche blanked the Jets to collect their third straight win.

* Makar, who scored twice in Colorado’s win Sunday, became the first rookie defenseman in Avalanche/Nordiques history to record the game-winning goal in consecutive games. In fact, only seven other rookie blueliners in NHL history have accomplished the feat.

* The 21-year-old defenseman leads all rookies in scoring this season (5-13—18), highlighted by a three-game goal streak dating to Nov. 7 (4-2—6). Makar, who joined Flyers rookie defenseman Philippe Myers with goals in three straight games, has found the score sheet in 14 of his first 18 career regular-season games.

* Twenty-two-year-old Werner, who posted a 2.88 GAA and .908 SV% in nine games with the Colorado Eagles of the American Hockey League this season, came in relief of Pavel Francouz and became the ninth goaltender since 1955-56 to post a 40-save performance in his NHL debut.

After Conor Garland netted the shootout winner Monday to halt the Capitals’ six-game win streak, he played the role of hero again in Tuesday’s shootout as Arizona brought St. Louis’s seven-game win streak to an end.

* The 2019-20 season marks the second time in Coyotes/Jets history in which the club snapped an opponents’ win streaks of six or more games multiple times in the same season. The other instance occurred while the franchise was located in Winnipeg: 1984-85 (EDM: 8 GP, LAK: 7 GP).

Brad Marchand (0-1—1) extended his home point streak to 10 games and became the fourth player this season to reach the 30-point mark (11-19—30), while Leon Draisaitl (1-1—2) recorded the third 10-game point streak of his career.

* Marchand became the seventh different player in Bruins history to record a home point streak of 10 games to start the season and first since Bobby Orr in 1974-75 – which also stands as the longest such run in franchise history.

* The 21-year-old defenseman leads all rookies in scoring this season (5-13—18), highlighted by a three-game goal streak dating to Nov. 7 (4-2—6). Makar, who joined Flyers rookie defenseman Philippe Myers with goals in three straight games, has found the score sheet in 14 of his first 18 career regular-season games.

* Twenty-two-year-old Werner, who posted a 2.88 GAA and .908 SV% in nine games with the Colorado Eagles of the American Hockey League this season, came in relief of Pavel Francouz and became the ninth goaltender since 1955-56 to post a 40-save performance in his NHL debut.

After Conor Garland netted the shootout winner Monday to halt the Capitals’ six-game win streak, he played the role of hero again in Tuesday’s shootout as Arizona brought St. Louis’s seven-game win streak to an end.

* The 2019-20 season marks the second time in Coyotes/Jets history in which the club snapped an opponents’ win streaks of six or more games multiple times in the same season. The other instance occurred while the franchise was located in Winnipeg: 1984-85 (EDM: 8 GP, LAK: 7 GP).

Brad Marchand (0-1—1) extended his home point streak to 10 games and became the fourth player this season to reach the 30-point mark (11-19—30), while Leon Draisaitl (1-1—2) recorded the third 10-game point streak of his career.

* Marchand became the seventh different player in Bruins history to record a home point streak of 10 games to start the season and first since Bobby Orr in 1974-75 – which also stands as the longest such run in franchise history.

* This marks the sixth straight season with at least one player posting a season-opening home point streak of at least 10 games. In 2018-19, both Nicklas Backstrom (16 GP from Oct. 3 – Dec. 15, 2018 w/ WSH) and Sebastian Aho (10 GP from Oct. 4 – Nov. 17, 2018 w/ CAR) achieved the feat.

* The NHL has featured four or more players each record at least 30 points through the League’s first 280 games of a season for the third time in the last 25 years. Four players accomplished the feat in 1996-97, the last such instance: Peter Forsberg (11-24—35), Joe Sakic (10-25—35), Mats Sundin (13-18—31) and Saku Koivu (10-20—30).

* Draisaitl extended his point streak to 10 games (9-11—20) to become the sixth Oilers player to record three or more double-digit point streaks (also:14 GP in 2018-2019, 11 GP in 2016-17). Wayne Gretzky leads the franchise with 21.


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The top two teams in the Metropolitan Division will look to extend their individual point streaks to 13 games when the Islanders (11-0-1 since Oct. 12) host John Tavares and the Maple Leafs, while the Capitals (10-0-2 since Oct. 16) visit the Flyers – who enter Wednesday on a four-game winning streak. New York and Washington’s 12-game stretches are the longest team point streaks of 2019-20.

* The Islanders can record a point streak of 13 or more games for the fifth time in franchise history and first since a 15-game run – all wins – in 1981-82 (15-0-0). New York also owns an active home point streak of eight games (7-0-1) and have earned a League-leading eight wins as hosts overall this season (8-2-1, 17 points).

* Wednesday is set to mark the third all-time meeting at NYCB Live/Nassau Coliseum between John Tavares and his former team (also Feb. 28, 2019 and April 1, 2019). Tavares was held off the score sheet in the first game but found the back of the net in the second, with the Islanders becoming the 31st franchise he has scored at least one goal against.

* The Capitals’ current 12-game run is three shy of the franchise record set in 2009-10 (14-0-1 from Jan. 13 – Feb. 10, 2010). Washington has had three different point streaks of 12 or more games over the past 10 seasons (since 2009-10), one of five clubs with as many over that span joining Anaheim (4x), Boston (4x), Pittsburgh (3x) and Columbus (3x).








NHL update on 2019-20 Coach’s Challenge Tracker; A list of all challenges through games played Nov. 12


November 13, 2019


37 Coach’s Challenges | 15 upheld | 22 overturned

· 12 for goalie interference | 7 upheld | 5 overturned (5 to “no goal” / 0 to “goal”)

· 1 initiated by Situation Room for goalie interference | 1 upheld | 0 overturned

· 18 for offside | 2 upheld | 16 overturned (all to “no goal”)

· 2 initiated by Situation Room for offside | 1 upheld | 1 overturned (all to “no goal”)

· 4 for stoppage | 4 upheld | 0 overturned (all to “no goal”)

· 0 initiated by Situation Room for stoppage | 0 upheld | 0 overturned (all to “no goal”)


Team Requested Opposing Team Requested Opposing
Boston 5 Carolina 2 2
Buffalo 1 2 Columbus 1
Detroit 4 1 New Jersey 1
Florida NY Islanders 1
Montreal 2 NY Rangers 1
Ottawa 1 Philadelphia 2
Toronto 2 Pittsburgh 1 1
Tampa Bay 1 Washington 4


Team Requested Opposing Team Requested Opposing
Chicago 2 Anaheim 2 2
Colorado 5 1 Arizona 1
Dallas 1 3 Calgary 2
Minnesota 2 1 Edmonton 1
Nashville 1 Los Angeles
St. Louis 2 1 San Jose 1 2
Winnipeg 2 2 Vancouver
Vegas 2

*Requested column does not include challenges initiated by Situation Room



In the final minute of play in the third period and at any point in overtime (regular season and playoffs), Hockey Operations initiates the review of any scenario that would otherwise be subject to a Coach’s Challenge. This process has been initiated for the following teams:


Atlantic: Tampa Bay

Pacific: Arizona, San Jose



Teams to either have their goal taken down or counted based on a challenge of any sort.


Call changed from “goal” to “no goal” – 22
Atlantic: Boston (4), Detroit, Ottawa

Metropolitan: Carolina, Philadelphia (2), Washington (3)

Central: Dallas, Minnesota, Nashville, St. Louis, Winnipeg (2)

Pacific: Anaheim, Calgary, San Jose (2)


Call changed from “no goal” to “goal” – 0




NHL renews long-time Partnership with Honda

Honda Continues as Official Automotive Partner of the National Hockey League; Continues Commitment to Creating Memorable Experiences for Hockey Fans Across North America


November 13, 2019



NEW YORK & TORRANCE, Calif., (November 13, 2019) – Honda and the National Hockey League (NHL®) today announced a multiyear renewal of their partnership, which keeps Honda as the NHL’s Official Automotive Partner in the United States and Canada through the 2021-22 season. The collaborative partnership between the NHL and Honda began in the U.S. at the start of the 2007-08 season, with the relationship expanding to include Canada during the 2014-15 season.


As Official Automotive Partner, Honda will continue its presence at NHL tentpole events throughout each season, including title sponsorship of Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend and as one of the League’s in-ice presenting partners of the NHL Winter Classic®, NHL Stadium Series™ and NHL Heritage Classic™. As sponsor of the NHL All-Star Weekend, Honda will again be featured in the NHL All-Star Game event logo, including integration in the center ice emblem of the host venue, and included in NHL promotional materials leading up to NHL All-Star Game across linear TV, and digital and social media.


The 2020 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend – featuring the 2020 NHL All-Star Skills™ and the 2020 Honda NHL® All-Star Game – takes place in St. Louis, Mo., on Jan. 24-26 at the Enterprise Center, home of the St. Louis Blues. In addition, various hockey-themed events, entertainment and activities, along with Honda awarding the NHL All-Star Game MVP with a vehicle, will all be part of 2020 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend.


“Honda, a longtime, valued NHL partner demonstrates its strong commitment to our sport through engaging fan-focused activations,” said Kyle McMann, NHL Group Vice President, Business Development. “We’re excited to extend our partnership with Honda, and with it, a long-term title sponsorship of our mid-season jewel, the Honda NHL All-Star Game while also delighting fans with activations across our media platforms and season-long NHL events.”


“The National Hockey League has been a valuable partner with the Honda brand for the past 12 years. Our partnership with the NHL has helped Honda reach new audiences as we work together to create engaging experiences for fans who share our love for hockey,” said Jay Joseph, Vice President of Marketing for Honda. “We look forward to creating truly memorable moments for hockey fans for years to come.”


Throughout the regular season and Stanley Cup® Playoffs, Honda will have camera-visible dasherboard presence during all nationally broadcast games in the U.S. and continue its strong commitment to the League’s national broadcast partners, NBC Sports in the U.S. and Sportsnet in Canada. To further support its NHL partnership, Honda will also run media across the NHL’s digital and social platforms.


Honda is a North American partner of the NHL Gaming World Championship™, the League’s esports initiative across U.S., Canada and Europe, and was a partner of the NHL’s House of Chel, the League’s first esports gaming house experience, which took place during the 2019 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend.


# # # (11/13/19)


About Honda

Honda offers a full line of reliable, fuel-efficient and fun-to-drive vehicles with advanced safety technologies sold through over 1,000 independent U.S. Honda dealers. The Honda lineup includes the Fit, Civic, Insight, Accord and Clarity series passenger cars, along with the HR-V, CR-V, Passport and Pilot sport utility vehicles, the Ridgeline pickup and the Odyssey minivan.


Honda has been producing automobiles in America for more than 35 years and currently operates 19 major manufacturing facilities in North America. In 2018, more than 90 percent of all Honda brand vehicles sold in the U.S. were made in North America, using domestic and globally sourced parts.


About the NHL

The National Hockey League (NHL®), founded in 1917, consists of 31 Member Clubs and proudly welcomes its 32nd franchise, based in Seattle, for the 2021-22 season. Each team roster reflects the League’s international makeup with players from more than 20 countries represented, all vying for the most cherished and historic trophy in professional sports – the Stanley Cup®. Gary Bettman has served the NHL as Commissioner since February 1, 1993 and has guided the world’s top professional hockey league to more than $5 billion in annual revenues and partnerships with more than 40 blue chip corporate sponsors. Every year, the NHL entertains more than 670 million fans in-arena and through its partners on national television and radio; more than 151 million followers – league, team and player accounts combined – across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube; and more than 100 million fans online at The League broadcasts games in more than 160 countries and territories through its rightsholders including NBC/NBCSN and the NHL Network™ in the U.S., Sportsnet and TVA in Canada, Viasat in the Nordic Region, Yandex in Russia and CCTV and Tencent in China. The NHL reaches fans worldwide with games available online in every country including via its live and on-demand streaming service NHL.TV™. Having entered the esports world in 2018, the League hosts the NHL Gaming World Championship™ annually, drawing record digital streaming audiences during the 2019 campaign. Fans are engaged across the League’s digital assets on mobile devices via the free NHL® App; across nine social media platforms; on SiriusXM NHL Network Radio™; and on, available in eight languages and featuring unprecedented access to player and team statistics as well as every regular-season and playoff game box score dating back to the League’s inception, powered by SAP. The NHL is committed to building healthy and vibrant communities through the sport of hockey by increasing youth participation and engagement; fostering positive family experiences; promoting inclusion, positive culture and leadership; and supporting sustainable community impact.


NHL, the NHL Shield, Stanley Cup and the word mark NHL Winter Classic are registered trademarks and the NHL All-Star logo, NHL All-Star Skills name and logo, NHL Stadium Series, NHL Heritage Classic and NHL Gaming World Championship are trademarks of the National Hockey League.  © NHL 2019.  All Rights Reserved.


PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Brad Klein, NHL Communications; Fiorella Canedo, AWA PR for Honda: COURTESY



Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship getting stronger with pipeline for future coaches

Bill Walsh (L) and Dick Tomey (R) by en User Sjsualum Licensed under Public Domain via Commons

Diversity team personnel fellowship program continues in 32nd year

NEW YORK (November 12, 2019) – As part of its continuing efforts to strengthen the NFL coaching pipeline, the NFL today announced that 179 coaches participated in the 2019 BILL WALSH NFL DIVERSITY COACHING FELLOWSHIP. Of the total, 53 Bill Walsh fellows are former NFL players.

The Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship, named after late Pro Football Hall of Fame head coach Bill Walsh, provides NFL coaching experience to talented minority college coaches, high school coaches and former players. Walsh introduced the concept to the league in 1987 when he brought a group of minority coaches into his San Francisco 49ers’ training camp.

“The Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship is a tremendous opportunity for rising coaches to hone their skills by experiencing first-hand the methods and philosophies of NFL coaching staffs,” said NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations TROY VINCENT. “This fellowship is key to the future of the game as it identifies the next generation talented coaches.”

Since inception, nearly 2,000 minority coaches have participated in the program with support from all 32 clubs during offseason workouts, minicamps, and training camp. Some fellows were extended through the 2019 season such as NFL Legend HINES WARD who in September joined the New York Jets staff as a full-time offensive assistant. Other clubs who extended fellowships through the season include Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Rams, and the Washington Redskins.

Out of 86 colleges and universities represented, 17 participants are coaches with HBCU football programs and 29 were from FBS institutions. High school coaches made up 19. This year’s program participants also included four women - CALLIE BROWNSON (Atlanta and Buffalo), JENNIFER KING (Carolina), SAMANTHA MULLET (Baltimore), and TRACY ZIMMER (Atlanta). The Miami Dolphins participated with 15 Bill Walsh fellows, the most of any team in 2019.

“Our organization was excited to provide opportunities and access throughout all levels of our football operation through the Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship,” said Miami Dolphins General Manager CHRIS GRIER. “Our Head Coach Brian Flores has long said there’s a great number of smart, talented leaders across the league and he is all in for whatever he can do to help others gain exposure at this level. I have seen firsthand how this fellowship can changes lives and we appreciate the full support and the commitment from Stephen Ross every step of the way.”

The Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship is just one NFL program aimed at developing a diverse pipeline for club personnel. In 2019, 17 participants completed the NUNN-WOOTEN SCOUTING FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM. Nunn-Wooten, launched in January 2015, exposes former NFL players, former college football players, and current college football employees to a career in scouting. The program gives participants a unique glimpse into player personnel by introducing them to various areas related to both college and professional scouting.

The 2020 Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship and Nunn-Wooten Scouting Fellowship applications will open in Spring 2020.


2019 Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship Participants

Club # Participants (background, present affiliation)
Arizona Cardinals 3 Derius Swinton (Former NFL coach), Chris Wilson (Former NFL coach), Jackson Shafer (Mississippi State University)
Atlanta Falcons 8 Reggie Barlow (Virginia State University), Tim Bowens (Clark Atlanta University), Rich freeman (Morehouse College), Callie Brownson (Dartmouth College), Will Tukuafu (NFL Legend), Tracy Zimmer (University of Florida), Lance Schulters (NFL Legend), Jamel Mutunga (Princeton University)
Baltimore Ravens 11 Derrick Alexander (Morgan State University, NFL Legend), Jordan Hogan (Cornell University), Tim Goins (Japan XL League), Samantha Mullet (Bear Lake High School), Nick Perry (University of Alabama, NFL Legend), Jay Peterson (Michigan State University), Miles Taylor (University of Connecticut), Edgar Jones (NFL Legend) Dawan Landry (NFL Legend), Mesiah Polycarpe, Rohit Mogalayapalli (University of Michigan)
Buffalo Bills 4 Callie Brownson (Dartmouth College), Corey Woods (Formerly Atlanta Legends AAF), Kendrick Nord (Grambling State University), Leonard Johnson (NFL Legend)
Carolina Panthers 5 Renald Jeanmarie (Kentucky Wesleyan College), David Stuckman (University of Louisville), CJ McFarland, Damione Lewis (Florida International University), Jennifer King (Dartmouth College)
Chicago Bears 12 Mike Harris, Colston Weatherington (NF Legend), Aman Anand (Texas Tech University), Reggie Garrett (University of Maine), Tony Gilbert (University of Central Florida), Jody Owens (University of Washington), Roy Roundtree, Satyen Bhakta (Cornell University), Stan Clayton (Stetson University), Osagie Osunde (West Chester University), Napoleon Sykes (Us Naval Academy), Chris Thompson (XFL)
Cincinnati Bengals 2 Brandon Johnson (Betty Fairfax High School, NFL Legend), Cortland Finnegan (NFL Legend)
Cleveland Browns 4 Kyohei Koaska (Ashland University), Glenn Ford, Aaron McGinty, Lawrence Dawsey (NFL Legend)
Dallas Cowboys 2 Chris McAlister (NFL Legend), George Selvie (NFL Legend)
Denver Broncos 3 Lamar Owens (Georgia Southern University), Will Tukafu (NFL Legend), Jason Belser (Independence High School, NFL Legend),
Detroit Lions 1 Ty Warren (Somerville High school)
Green Bay Packers 9 Brian Bell (New Mexico State), Steve Clinkscale (University of Kentucky), Cory Harkey (NFL Legend), Mario Jeberaeel (Abilene Christian University), Carlo Jimenez (Gardner-Webb University), Jason Joes (University of Alabama), Jerry Seymour, Ryan Smith (James Madison University), Joel Taylor (Lenoir-Rhyne University)
Houston Texans 6 Josh Cribbs (NFL Legend), Al Poree (McDonogh High School), Jaimie Thomas (Dickinson College, NFL Legend), Deon’tae Pannell (Peru State College), Lestar Jean (IMG Academy, NFL Legend), David Corley, Jr. (Penn State University)
Indianapolis Colts 4 Buddha Williams (North Dakota State), Billy Parker, Joshua Oglesby, Aaron Moorehead (NFL Legend)
Jacksonville Jaguars 4 Shiloh K. Keo (College of Idaho, NFL Legend), Trumaine Watson (Virginia State University), Don Nelson (Morehouse College), Drametrice Smith (Lane College)
Kansas City Chiefs 8 Andre Crenshaw (Missouri Western State University), Leon Douglas (North Kansas City High School), Dan Hernandez (Eastern Illinois University), Derrick Johnson (Morehouse College), Kerry Joseph (Southeastern Louisiana University), Natrone Means (Winston-Salem State University), Fred Robbins (NFL Legend), John Stuart Jr. (Lincoln University)
Los Angeles Chargers 10 Mario Edwards (Florida state University, NFL Legend), Todd Lyght (University of Notre Dame, NFL Legend), Israel Abraham (College of the Holy Cross), James (Jim) Jeffcoat (Formerly Orlando Apollos AAF, NFL Legend), Martin Bayless (Formerly Birmingham Iron AAF, NFL Legend), Brian Bratton (Furman University, NFL Legend), Joe Bowden (Missouri Baptist University, NFL Legend), Adrian Mayes (North Texas State University), Miguel Reveles (University of LeVerne), Kai Brown
Los Angeles Rams 4 Cory Harkey (NFL Legend), Thad Lewis (UCLA), Skyler Fulton, Jonathan Cooley (Kent State University)
Miami Dolphins 15 Devin Redd (Rutgers University), Savon Huggins (St. Peter’s Prep), Jerry Mack (Rice University), Denarius McGhee (Montana State University), Kenny McClendon (Valdosta State University), Omar Hales (Baylor University), Vaughn Johnson (Dartmouth College), Kenard Lang (Florida International University), Douglas McFadden (Lafayette University), Gerald Alexander (University of California Berkley), Jaiquawn Jarrett, Corico Wright (Furman University), Donovan Jackson, Joshua Wilson (DeMatha Catholic High School, NFL Legend), Don Broomfield (Indiana State University)
Minnesota Vikings 3 Anthony Arceneaux (Southern Utah University), Halakilangi Muagututia (Missouri Southern University), Adam McGuire (Trinity College)
New England Patriots 3 Deion Branch (NFL Legend), Troy Brown (NFL Legend), Kevin Faulk (NFL Legend)
New Orleans Saints 2 Cleo Lemon (Jackson State University), Corey Robinson (University of Maryland)
New York Giants 5 Chazmon Scales (University of Central Arkansas), Ernest Henderson (Cornell University), Gregory Thrasher (U.S. Naval Academy Prepatory School), Brandon Tate (West Liberty University), Erik Frazier (Montana State University)
New York Jets 4 Stephen Bravo-brown (Missouri State University), Damon Reginald Wilson (Bowie State University), David Clowney IV (Howard University, NFL Legend), Hines Ward (NFL Legend)
Oakland Raiders 5 Jarrett Boykin (Butler High School, NFL Legend), Robert Brooks-Quarles (Brophy College Prepatory School, NFL Legend), Stephen Nicholas, Michael Spurlock (Southeastern Louisiana University), John Tomlinson (North Carolina Central University)
Philadelphia Eagles 8 Jacques Cesaire, Robert Edwards (Riverwood International Charter School, NFL Legend), Cedric Williams (Georgia State University), Eddie Kennison (NFL Legend), Brandon Landers, Tim Smith (Lincoln University), Marvin Clecidor (Princeton University), Ted Washington (NFL Legend)
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 Christopher Shelling (Alabama A&M University), Kenneth Lucas, Jr. (Howard University), Marcus Hilliard (Virginia Union University), Brawley Evans (University of Maryland), Luke Smith (Duquesne University), Travis Kirschke (NFL Legend)
San Francisco 49ers 9 James Beck (O’Dea High School), Chad Brown (NFL Legend), Tony Dye (San Bernardino Valley College, NFL Legend), Fred Farrier (Alabama A&M University), Scottie Graham (Arizona State University, NFL Legend), Tywanois Lockett (Valdosta High School), Matt Merritt (James Madison university), Izaiah Prouse-Lackey (Florida State University), Steve Wallace
Seattle Seahawks 4 Jeron Johnson (Eastside Catholic High School, NFL Legend), Aaron Curry (Charlotte Country Day School, NFL Legend), Roy Philon (Kentucky state University, NFL Legend), Ray Willis (NFL Legend)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5 Kimble Anders (Ball High School, NFL Legend), Kevin Jones (NFL Legend), Courtney Powers (NFL Legend), Nathanial Washington (NFL Legend), George Foster (NFL Legend)
Tennessee Titans 4 Kevin Vickerson (Michigan State University, NFL Legend), Jason Nichols, Michael Morita (Virginia Union University), Brandon Moore (Colorado School of Mines, NFL Legend)
Washington Redskins 10 Devin Salley (Gonzaga College High School), Julius McNair (University of Richmond), Kelvin Bolden (University of Arkansas), Joshua Dean (Lincoln University), Bryant Foster (Charleston Southern University), Kevin Hubbard (Catholic University), PeeJay Jack (Space Coast High School), Larry Murphy (Tusculum University), Napoleon Sykes (U.S. Naval Academy), Phil Taylor (NFL Legend)


2019 Nunn-Wooten Scouting Fellowship Participants

Club # Participants (background and present affiliation)
Baltimore Ravens 1 Daniel Wilcox (NFL Legend)
Buffalo Bills 1 Andrea Gosper
Chicago Bears 1 Charles Love III (Benedictine College)
Denver Broncos 1 Antonio Hall
Detroit Lions 2 Elena Grigelevich, Ademi Smith (University of Central Florida)
Indianapolis Colts 1 Jeris Pendleton (NFL Legend)
Jacksonville Jaguars 3 Adrian McClendon (NFL Legend), Tavian Banks, Tee Mitchell
Los Angeles Rams 1 Cedric Jones (NFL Legend)
Minnesota Vikings 2 Jasper Brinkley (NFL Legend), Phil Loadholt (NFL Legend)
New York Jets 2 D’Brickashaw Ferguson (NFL Legend), Calvin Pace (NFL Legend)
San Francisco 49ers 1 Alshermond Singleton (NFL Legend)
Tennessee Titans 1 Sam Smith (University of Minnesota-Crookston)



Series Finale of ‘NFL 100 Greatest’ Features Top 30 Teams in League history this Friday, November 15 at 8 PM

​​Series Premiere of ‘NFL 100 All-Time Team’ Coming Next Friday, November 22 at 8:00 PM ET


Since September, the NFL 100 Greatest series has been highlighting the 100 greatest plays, games, characters, game changers and teams in NFL history. This programming has contained some of the most iconic people, players, and moments that have made the NFL what it is today. The conclusion of the NFL 100 Greatest series airs on Friday, November 15 at 8:00 PM ET with the remaining top teams in NFL history revealed in back-to-back episodes.


Last week’s episodes of NFL 100 Greatest Teams revealed 70 of the greatest teams in two parts and included unforgettable ensembles such as the 2018 New England Patriots (No. 79), the 1934 Chicago Bears (No. 89) and the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (No. 45).


Among the greatest teams viewers can expect in the Top 30 are:


  • The “Greatest Show on Turf,” the 1999 St. Louis Rams
  • The 1972 Miami Dolphins who went 17-0, led the league in offense and defense, and was the first team to have two 1,000-yard rushers in the same backfield
  • The 2009 New Orleans Saints who played for the City of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina
  • The 1985 Chicago Bears, the only team to drop a music video about winning the Super Bowl before playoffs, and then go on to shutout both opponents in the divisional and championship round of playoffs
  • The 1968 New York Jets who were the first AFL team to win the Super Bowl
  • The 1989 San Francisco 49ers whose roster consisted of names like Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, John Taylor, Fred Dean, and Ronnie Lott
  • The 1998 Denver Broncos who started the season with 13 straight victories and won their second consecutive Super Bowl title. Broncos’ Terrell Davis was the NFL MVP and John Elway was named Super Bowl MVP


For the NFL 100 Greatest series, NFL Films and NFL Media conducted more than 400 interviews with celebrities, current NFL stars and Legends. Parts 1 and 2 of NFL 100 Greatest Teams features interviews with the following personalities:


Troy Aikman Alec Baldwin Carl Banks
Matt Barr Bill Belichick Roger Bennett
Chris Berman Matthew Berry Brian Billick
Gil Brandt Kyle Brandt Jim Brown
Isaac Bruce Reggie Bush Pete Carroll
Kevin Clark Harlan Coben Bill Cowher
Bryan Cranston Kevin Cronin Larry Csonka
Michael Davies Mike Ditka Tony Dungy
Julian Edelman John Elway Boomer Esiason
Melissa Etheridge Jeff Fisher London Fletcher
Dan Fouts Darrell Green Mean Joe Green
Luis Guzman Charles Haley Jon Hamm
Franco Harris Jon Hein Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson
Torry Holt Michael Irvin Jimmy Johnson
Ed “Too Tall” Jones Stacey Keibler Mina Kimes
Peter King Jerry Kramer Larry the Cable Guy
Willie Lanier Ray Lewis Larry Little
Ronnie Lott Michael MacCambridge John Madden
Dan Marino George R. R. Martin Marlee Matlin
Scott McCreery Willie McGinest Bret Michaels
Matt Millen Joe Montana Brent Musburger
Joe Namath Nelly Jerry O’Connell
Offset Sean Payton Luke Pell
Quavo Ahmad Rashad Condoleezza Rice
Jerry Rice Dave Robinson Tony Romo
Darius Rucker Chris Russo Rex Ryan
Deion Sanders Ryan Serhant Shannon Sharpe
Emmitt Smith Dan Soder Lynn Swann
Fran Tarkenton Jim Taylor Joe Thomas
Jim Trotter Dick Vermeil Michael Vick
Phil Villapiano Donnie Wahlberg Matt Walsh
Davie Wilcox Russell Wilson Ron Wolf


The NFL and the AP elected the “100 Greatest” across five categories – Plays, Games, Characters, Game Changers and Teams. The 80-person blue-ribbon panel was comprised of experts selected by the AP and NFL Media.


Friday nights are home to the slate of NFL 100 original programming on NFL Network this season. As the NFL 100 Greatest Series concludes, viewers can look forward to the premiere of NFL 100 All-Time Team on Friday, November 22 at 8:00 PM ET. The NFL100 All-Time Team series will continue for six weeks through Week 17 of the regular season. Rich EisenCris Collinsworth and Bill Belichick will reveal All-Time Team selections by position in each episode beginning at 8:00 pm ET every Friday night on NFL Network. A live reaction show hosted by Chris Rose, exclusively on NFL Network will follow immediately afterward.


As the official site for all things NFL 100, is the primary destination to stay up to speed with all the initiatives, activities and content happening across the league and at the club level. Additionally, offers a companion experience to the series where fans will be able to relive their favorite moments from the show with clips and bonus content from the celebrities and influencers who shared their favorite NFL memories from the series.



NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films,, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.


Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.


For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL and NFL Network apps on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku and Xbox One). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to Listen to the audio versions NFL 100 Greatest on SiriusXM and Pandora Fridays at 11:00 PM ET or on-demand on the SXM and Pandora app.




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