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John Madden

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Biography:

Coach John Madden can be considered one of the top coaches in the history of the NFL. He has had his hand as a player, coach, and broadcaster. His lively and upbeat style has won him big time awards and the hearts of all major NFL fans.

Sports speaker John Madden played his final days of college football at Cal Poly Tech where he was a two-way star for the Mustangs. He worked very hard on his game in order to make it to the NFL which was his dream. John accomplished his goal and was drafted in the 21st round by the Eagles. Sadly to say a knee injury kept him from ever playing a down professionally. This injury did not cause John to resent the game however. He took his knowledge to the sidelines obtaining his first coaching job as an assistant at Allan Hancock College. In 1967 John was hired by famous Raider coach Al Davis as an assistant. Just two short years later John was offered the head coaching position making him the youngest NFL head coach at the time. With the Raiders John won a Superbowl against the Vikings. He never had a losing season as a coach and eventually retired with the second highest winning percentage in league history. John then went on to broadcasting. He has worked with CBS, Fox, ABC, and NBC. On many of Sunday nights fans could hear John paired with partner Al Michaels calling the game so vividly people felt they were actually there. John was inducted into the Hall-of-Fame in 2006.

For the generation that did not get to watch John coach they know him better through his video games Madden NFL partnered with EA Sports. Starting in 1988 the games can still be found on store shelves. The game has gotten so big television shows have been created to put the best gamers in the country against one another. John is a great source of advertising because of this and has appeared in many radio and television advertising commercials for brands such as Verizon, Coca-Cola, Rent-A-Center, and Outback Steakhouse.