Two lucky winners will receive a personal phone call from President Mark Donovan on Wednesday, January 18th, with the news that they’ve won two tickets to Super Bowl XLVI or XLVII.
“I thought some of my buddies were giving me a prank,” said Season Ticket Holder Stephen Wyly, who won a trip to Hawaii for the 2013 Pro Bowl. “My wife’s brother is a retired Navy pilot and he was stationed in Hawaii, so my wife has been there many times, but I haven’t. This is very exciting for me and also exciting for her because she’ll be my tour guide.”
The Kansas City Chiefs, meanwhile, are looking for a new offensive coordinator to work with another steady, silent coach in Romeo Crennel. The Chiefs have interviewed a few possibilities, but it’s hard to tell which direction they’re going to go in. Caldwell, meanwhile, would bring head coaching experience to the team as well as vast experience as a quarterbacks coach for the Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Caldwell also has considerable college experience with a head coaching tenure at Wake Forest and years coaching quarterbacks and wideouts for schools like Penn State, Louisville and Colorado.
Then Emma noticed the office complex at the top of the hill. I told Emma that the Chiefs also had an indoor practice area.
“Can we go look at it?” she asked.
Again, because there didn’t appear to be anyone around, I figured it wouldn’t hurt to walk up so Emma could get a glimpse of the building. We walked up the hill and onto the sidewalk, passed the main entrance to the office building and walked toward the indoor practice area at the far end of the building.
That’s when I saw the security guard quickly coming our way. The guard was polite and, it seemed, a little embarrassed. He asked us what we were doing. I told him Emma just wanted to look around. The guard told us we were on private property. I told him I understood and apologized. Then he said, “The executives wanted to know who you were.” He then told us we would have to leave.
Two quarterbacks who direct the league’s most high-powered offenses will join two of the most formidable defensive players and two coaches who guided their teams to playoff appearances as the 2011 winners of the annual NFL 101 Awards – the nation’s premier awards event dedicated exclusively to professional football.