Game for Life: John Madden explores the life and career of the iconic coach, broadcaster, and face of the long-running Madden NFL video game franchise. A 2006 enshrinee, Madden led the Oakland Raiders to their first Super Bowl win in 1976 against the Minnesota Vikings, and after his retirement went on to become a celebrated and beloved color commentator and analyst who captured fourteen Sports Emmy Awards for Outstanding Sports Event Analyst. Bestselling author Peter Richmond, who chronicled Madden's Raiders in his acclaimed book, Badasses, tells the inspiring story of how a small-college standout who never made it out of his first NFL training camp as a player, went from an assistant coach at tiny Allan Hancock College to a Super Bowl-winning head coach with the highest winning percentage in the modern era (.763). The Game for Life biography series celebrates The Pro Football Hall of Fame's mission of honoring the heroes of professional football, preserving its history, promoting its values, and celebrating excellence everywhere.
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