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    Default Chuck Knoll Dies at Age 82...

    RIP... Even though I hated the man...



    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap200...oll-dies-at-82
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    I don't hate the guy. He was one of the best coaches on the dark side though.

    Thoughts and prayers to him and his family.
    Nuff said

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    Mad respect for him.

    Ohio kid. Played for Paul Brown. One heck of a human being.


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    Nothing wrong with this thread nickers but I'm going to move it to NFL rumble.
    In the words of Tony Rizzo... "FIND ME A FREAKING QUARTERBACK!"

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    yea remember two of their biggest coaches were Browns, before they were Stealers. Good man great coach.

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    I had forgotten that Knoll had Ohio roots. Nothing but grudging respect here for a great coach.

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