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Season 3

Dick Butkus & Gale Sayers

Unaired
A Football Life examines the careers of legendary Bears players Dick Butkus and Gayle Sayers.

Source: NFL NETWORK

Doug Williams

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23 :03x01 - LaDainian Tomlinson

Sep/03/2013
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24 :03x02 - Don Shula

Sep/10/2013
Don Shula is the NFL's winningest coach, amassing 328 regular-season wins, 19 playoff victories which includes two Super Bowls and led the only perfect season in league history.



Source: NFL Network

25 :03x03 - Darelle Revis

Sep/17/2013
A look at the career of Darrelle Revis.

Source: NFL Network

26 :03x04 - Derrick Thomas

Sep/24/2013
Profile of the life and career of Derrick Thomas, one of the best pass rushers to ever play the game.

Source: NFL Network

27 :03x05 - Steve Sabol

Oct/01/2013
A profile of former NFL Films president and co-founder Steve Sabol.

Source: NFL Network

28 :03x06 - Matt Millen

Oct/08/2013
The life and career of one of the most controversial figures in the NFL - Matt Millen.

Source: NFL Network

29 :03x07 - Michael Strahan

Oct/15/2013
A Football Life examines the career of New York Giants great Michael Strahan.


Source: NFL Network

30 :03x08 - Pat Summerall

Oct/22/2013
A profile of former NFL player turned broadcast Pat Summerall, who called 16 Super Bowls on network television.

Source: NFL Network

31 :03x09 - Warren Sapp

Oct/29/2013
A profile of Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp, who played for 13 season for the Buccaneers and Raiders.

Source: NFL Network

32 :03x10 - Randall Cunningham

Nov/05/2013
A profile of former quarterback Randall Cunningham.

Source: NFL Network

33 :03x11 - Cris Carter

Nov/12/2013
A look at the career of receiver-turned-analyst Cris Carter.

Source: NFL Network

34 :03x12 - The Forward Pass

Nov/19/2013
Year 2013 marks the 100th anniversary of the official arrival of the forward pass - the most significant rule change in the history of sports.

Source: NFL Network

35 :03x13 - Steve Gleason

Nov/26/2013
Honoring the most dominant offensive line in the NFL history.

Source: NFL Network

36 :03x14 - The Great Wall of Dallas

Dec/03/2013
Honoring the most dominant offensive line in the NFL history.

Source: NFL Network

37 :03x15 - Houston '93

Dec/10/2013
A look back at the 1993 Houston Oilers, who came back from a 1-4 start to win 11 straight and make the playoffs.

Source: NFL Network

38 :03x16 - Marty Schottenheimer

Dec/17/2013
A Football Life examines the career of legendary coach Marty Schottenheimer.

Source: NFL Network

39 :03x17 - Vince Lombardi (1)

Dec/24/2013
A profile of Vince Lombardi chronicles the legendary coach's rise from his Brooklyn youth to the sidelines of Lambeau Field.

Source: NFL Network

40 :03x18 - Vince Lombardi (2)

Dec/31/2013
A Football Life examines the career of iconic coach Vince Lombardi.

Source: NFL Network

41 :03x19 - Tiki & Ronde Barber

Jan/07/2014
A Football Life examines the careers of brothers Tiki and Ronde Barber.

Source: NFL NETWORK

42 :03x20 - Bill Parcells

Jan/14/2014
A Football Life examines the career of legendary coach Bill Parcells.


Source: NFL NETWORK

43 :03x21 - Jerry Smith

Jan/21/2014
The life and career of former Washington Redskins' tight end Jerry Smith, a player who was gay which caused him to live a life in constant fear and tension.

Source: NFL NETWORK

44 :03x22 - Jerry Rice

Jan/28/2014
A Football Life examines the career of iconic wide receiver Jerry Rice.

Source: NFL NETWORK
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Interview | Sports
Status: TBD/On The Bubble
Network: NFL NETWORK ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: August 29, 2011
Episode Order: 22
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