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The Mannings, Longs, Shulas and other famous NFL fathers and sons, past and present

first_img1. The ManningsFather Archie and sons Peyton and EliFrom New Orleans to New York, Indianapolis to Denver, Mississippi to Tennessee, they’re the beloved unofficial first family of the NFL. They stick together through everything, including funny rap videos.2. The MatthewsesFather Bruce and son Jake MatthewsIf Jake, the Falcons’ first-round left tackle in 2014, can have half the career of his legendary Oilers/Titans lineman father, it would be pretty darn good.3. The Matthewses 2Father Clay Jr. and sons Clay III and CaseyThis side of the Matthews clan is going on three generations. Before Clay Jr. starred for the Browns and Clay III became a top Packer and Ram, Clay Sr. played tackle for the ‘Niners. Casey is a former outside linebacker for the Eagles.4. The LongsFather Howie and sons Chris and KyleHowie, a Hall of Fame defensive end and well-known TV (and movie) personality, has passed along his intimidating-but-sweet star power to his sons. Chris was a scary pass rusher for the Rams, Patriots and Eagles before retiring in 2019. Kyle also hung up his cleats in 2019 after blocking for the Bears between 2013 and 2019.5. The McCaffreysFather Ed and son ChristianThis is an elite, smart athletic family, including Ed’s wife Lisa and brother Billy. Ed’s other son Max played wide receiver at Duke and hung around in the NFL for a bit before joining his father’s new coaching staff at Northern Colorado. Christian is simply the best, fastest and most explosive running back in the league, currently taking snaps for the Panthers. Ed and Christian McCaffrey https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/88/3/ed-christian-mccaffrey-getty-ftr_1wbeweojnkjfo1v8unblgit27k.jpg?t=-760810574&w=500&quality=80MORE: Christian and Ed McCaffrey team up for special surprise for military members6. The BosasFather John and sons Joey and NickJohn didn’t have the best career as a first-rounder with the Dolphins at defensive end, but his two talented pass-rushing sons are off to bright careers as high picks; Joey is wreaking major havoc off the edge for the Chargers and Nick is getting warmed up, doing the same in Northern California for the 49ers.7. The RyansFather Buddy and sons Rob and RexFrom 46 to 3-4, these big guys have formed quite a 1-2-3 punch of attack-mode defensive Xs and Os over the years. Rob and Rex continued to make Buddy proud, three decades after his exceptional work with the Bears and Eagles.8. The GriesesFather Bob and son BrianBob was a Hall of Famer with the Dolphins, part of their 1972 undefeated team. Brian won a Super Bowl with the Broncos during his playing days, which also included stops in Tampa Bay, Miami in Chicago. Brian sounds just like his dad, earning a reputation as a top football color commentator.9. The MossesFather Randy and son ThaddeusRandy, working the Vikings, Patriots and Raiders among other teams, became one of the greatest big-play wide receivers the NFL has ever seen and has gone to a great career as a smart analyst. Thaddeus, a star tight end for LSU’s national championship offense, is trying to stick with the Redskins as an undrafted free agent.10. The BurrowsFather Jim and son JoeJim was drafted by the Packers in 1976, but after spending one year in the NFL, he had a solid career up north in the CFL, winning a Grey Cup. Joe, the first overall picks in the 2020 draft, is hoping for an illustrious career with his home-state Bengals. (Getty Images) Famous football families have another reason to celebrate every third Sunday in June: It’s typically the time of the offseason to reflect on pride and pedigree.There have been countless father and son combinations to perform in the NFL. In honor of Father’s Day, Sporting News’ looks at 30 of the most notable father-son pairings with connections to the league, including player, coaches and officials: (Getty Images) Mike and Kyle Shanahan https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/97/8e/mike-kyle-shanahan-getty-ftr_do4oqj4j7r4o1qdu7acs2rfs7.jpg?t=-760783542&w=500&quality=8016. The SchottenheimersFather Marty and son BrianThe signature of “Marty Ball”, through coaching four teams, was power running, defense and a whole lot of wins. Brian, a long-time offensive coordinator, is having good success with Russell Wilson and the Seahawks.17. The HasselbecksFather Don and sons Matt and TimDon was a tight end who played for four teams, including the Patriots. Matt played for the Packers, Seahawks, Titans and Colts in a nice career at quarterback, while Tim had a shorter one, most notably with the Redskins. They have both moved on to be good TV analysts.18. The SimmsesFather Phil and sons Matt and ChrisBefore teaming with Jim Nantz, Phil was the heart of the Giants’ Super Bowl power in the 1980s. Matt briefly threw passes for the crosstown Jets. Chris played QB for the Bucs and four other teams before, and like Phil, stepped into a career in broadcasting and media after his playing days ended.19. The WinslowsFather Kellen and son Kellen IIThe elder Kellen was a revolutionary pass-catching tight end in his Hall-of-Fame career with the Chargers. Kellen II was a one-time Pro Bowler with the Browns.20. The PittmansFather Michael Sr. and son Michael Jr.Michael Sr. was a pretty good running back with the Cardinals, Buccaneers and Broncos, winning a Super Bowl with the middle team. Michael Jr. is set for a big role for the Colts as a second-round draft pick in 2020.21. The WinfieldsFather Antoine Sr. and son Antoine Jr.Antoine Sr. went to three Pro Bowls with the Vikings as a versatile defensive back, which prompted his talented son to attend Minnesota before being a key second-round pick for the Buccaneers in the 2020 draft.22. The AdamsesFather George Adams and son JamalGeorge was a first-round running back for the Giants in 1985 who won a Super Bowl with them. Jamal, the Jets’ first-rounder in 2017, is a top-flight, three-time Pro Bowl safety — who might be heading to a new team soon.23. The JeffersonsFather Shawn and son VanShawn was a talented wideout most notably with the Chargers and the Patriots who now serves as Jets wide receivers coach. Van is a 2020 rookie second-rounder for the Rams out of Florida.24. The MetcalfsFather Terrence and son DKTerrence went from Ole Miss to a decent career with the Bears. DK also went to Ole Miss before being drafted in the second round in 2019. He’s off to a great start as a Seahawks big-play receiver.25. The ReagorsFather Montae and son JalenMontae, out of Texas Tech, played defensive tackle for the Broncos, Colts and Eagles, winning a Super Bowl with the middle team. Reagor, out of TCU, is the Eagles’ speedy rookie first-round pick at wide receiver.26. The RunyansFather Jon Sr. and son Jon Jr.Jon was a solid offensive tackle in his day with the Oilers/Titans and Eagles, earning one Pro Bowl trip and one All-Pro honor. Son Jon is a rookie sixth-round guard, also out of Michigan, for the Packers.27. The KuppsGrandfather Jake, father Craig and son CooperJake played guard for five teams in the 1960s. Craig, a quarterback, bounced around in the NFL for a brief time in the 1990s. Cooper is a terrific wide receiver for the Rams, building on his stellar career at Eastern Washington.28. The ChickillosGrandfather Nick, father Tony and son AnthonyNick played linebacker and guard for the Chicago Cardinals in 1953. Tony played along the defensive line in both the NFL and Arena Football League in the 1990s. Anthony, a former Steelers linebacker, signed with the Saints as a special teams ace in 2020.29. The KarrasesGrandfather Ted, father Ted Jr. and son Ted III Robin, Joe and Jim Burrow https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/20/11/joe-burrow-jim-burrow-getty-ftr_1irvb3qz4wuyy1mb04phnkdbou.jpg?t=-760738150&w=500&quality=8011. The LucksFather Oliver and son AndrewLong before he served as West Virginia AD and XFL CEO, Oliver was drafted to QB the Houston Oilers in the 1980s. Looking at his smarts and athletic prowess, Andrew inherited some great genes for the Colts before deciding to retire last summer.12. The HochulisFather Ed and son ShawnNFL officiating became a family affair in 2014, when Shawn stepped up to the big leagues to join the big guns of Ed. He became a referee like his retired dad in 2018.13. The SlatersFather Jackie and son MatthewJackie was a two-decade fixture on the Rams offensive line (259 games) on his way to the Hall of Fame. A wide receiver and special teams ace for the Patriots, Matthew has gone to eight Pro Bowls and has three Super Bowl rings.14. The ShulasFather Don and son MikeDon has the most wins (349) in NFL history and coached in six Super Bowls, unfortunately passing in 2020. Mike keeps working as an offensive coach in the NFL, now overseeing the Broncos’ QB room led by Drew Lock. Brother Dave was last in the NFL in 1996 as the head coach of the Bengals.MORE: Defining Don Shula’s career by the numbers15. The ShanahansFather Mike and son KyleMike won a couple of Super Bowls in Denver, and is taking a break after not having that kind of success in Washington. In 2017, Kyle got his first head-coaching gig with the 49ers — the team whose offense Mike once coordinated — and is coming off his first NFC championship at age 40. (Getty Images) Ted Sr. played defensive tackle for four NFL teams in the 1950s and ’60s. He is the brother of two more NFL players, Lou and Hall of Famer Alex. Ted Jr., went to Northwestern and played for the Redskins in the 1980s before turning to a long career in coaching. The youngest of the three Theodores, a center, went to Illinois and after a solid stint with the Patriots, signed with the Dolphins in 2020.30. The WhitehurstsFather David and son CharlieDavid quarterbacked the Packers and Chiefs in his NFL career (1977-‘84). Charlie, born in Green Bay, was a former top backup for San Diego, Seattle and Tennessee.last_img read more

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Advocate, ‘soul of Calabasas’ dies from cancer at age 63

first_img “She was instrumental in the acquisition and preservation of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area,” said Dennis Washburn, the first mayor of Calabasas and its current mayor pro tem. He said Devine was `indefatigable … in the energy she put into her battle against cancer and the effort she put forth for the people she served.” Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks, who also worked with her on Santa Monica Mountains issues, said Devine was devoted to protecting her community. “She was such a fighter. Her stand against Ahmanson Ranch (development) was vital. She believed in protecting the Santa Monica Mountains to her soul,” Parks said. Services for Devine are scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday at Mount Sinai Memorial Park, 5950 Forest Lawn Drive. She is survived by two grown children, her daughter, Beth, and son, Michael. Eric Leach, (805) 583-7602 eric.leach@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson For decades Devine was a leading advocate for her community. “I truly believe that the last of the Old West – Calabasas – is the best of the New West,” she said last year. Her longtime companion, Michael Brockman, said Devine was often referred to as the soul of Calabasas. “Lesley was the most passionate individual of anyone I’ve ever seen on behalf of the issues she stood for, the things she felt were essential. The city was her third child,” he said. Devine also was a director of the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains from 1980 to 1991 and served four terms as president of the Mulwood Homeowners Association. CALABASAS – A funeral is scheduled Monday for Lesley Devine, one of the founders of the city of Calabasas, who died Thursday of cancer. She was 63. Devine served as a member of the Calabasas City Council from the city’s incorporation in 1991 until 2005. She served as mayor from 1997-98 and from 2002-03. She also represented the city on the advisory board for the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and on the executive board for the Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley. “She was a very courageous person. She was one of the founders of the city and worked tirelessly for the community,” said her friend, Charlotte Meyer. “She was a strong environmentalist. She set the direction of the city in terms of its commitment to preserving the environment and preserving its quality of life.” last_img
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