Starr’s lifetime statistics are modest in comparison to modern quarterbacks. But those numbers are overwhelmed by the legendary Green Bay quarterback's championship resume.
As nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback Drew Brees — third all-time in passing touchdowns and fourth in passing yards — celebrates his 37th birthday on Jan. 15, 2016, we present 37 classic photos of the Super Bowl XLIV MVP and future Hall of Famer through the years.
Starr received a less enthusiastic reception from the Green Bay faithful during his nine-year stint as head coach than during his 16-year career under center.
Bill Parcells won two Super Bowl rings as head coach of the New York Giants. Known as "The Big Tuna", a nickname about the shape of his physique derived from a team joke during his tenure as linebackers coach of the New England Patriots, Parcells was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2013. In celebration of his 75th birthday on Aug. 22, 2016, we present these classic photos of Bill Parcells through the years.
Jerry Rice owns virtually every major NFL receiving record. No matter how you slice it, the NFL has never seen a player as dominant for as many seasons as Rice was. Inducted into NFL Hall of Fame in 2010, the 13-time Pro Bowl selection, 12-time All-Pro, two-time Offensive Player of the Year, three-time Super Bowl winner, ranked No. 1 player of all-time by NFL.com, turned 54 years old on Oct. 13, 2016. Nicknamed "World", because there wasn't a ball in the world he couldn't catch when he attended Mississippi Valley State University, Rice was later dubbed “The G.O.A.T.” (Greatest of All Time).