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Jerry Glanville wears two headsets while coaching in XFL

Former NFL head coach Jerry Glanville has landed a job working as the defensive coordinator for the XFL’s Tampa Bay Vipers, and it look like he already has his hands full.

The Vipers played their first game in franchise history on Sunday when they traveled to MetLife Stadium to face the New York Guardians. Glanville, who is 78, quickly caught the attention of viewers when he was seen sporting two headsets at once on the sideline.

Glanville is a familiar name for NFL fans, as he was the head coach of the Houston Oilers from 1985-1989 and the Atlanta Falcons from 1990-1993. He coached in the CFL before taking a position with the Vipers.

Despite Johnny Manziel taking a shot at the league, the XFL has already provided us with some pretty entertaining moments in its first weekend. It will be interesting to see if the two headset move is sustainable for Glanville.

The Athletes of Sega Genesis Sports Video Games – Where Have They Gone?

Not long ago, we interviewed legendary fighter Evander Holyfield who said he wouldn’t stop boxing until he became heavyweight champion of the world again. The man was completely serious and made many of us question his sanity. In response to Holyfield’s claim, our man Harvey Bars of Tirico Suave said “If you have a Sega Genesis game named after you, it’s probably time to retire.” Well that comment seemed so accurate it inspired us to examine every single Sega Genesis sports game to see where those athletes and coaches have gone. Get ready for a trip down memory lane.


Joe Montana Football – Montana went on to set a career-high in passing yards with 3,944 the season after this game was released on New Year’s Day 1990. The following season, an elbow injury essentially ended his time in San Francisco, and he retired after two relatively successful seasons in Kansas City. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2000, Montana was named the fourth greatest player in NFL history by the NFL Network.

Troy Aikman NFL Football – Following a year in which he posted a career-high 99.0 passer rating and led his team to its second-straight Super Bowl victory, this game was released on June 1, 1994. Aikman would play seven more seasons and win one more Super Bowl before retiring in 2000 due in large part to several concussions. He’s been nominated for an Emmy for his work as a color commentator for Fox Network and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006.

Prime Time NFL Football starring Deion Sanders – Sanders had just been named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year when this game was released on Jan. 1, 1995. The two-sport star played in 137 combined games between the Reds and the Giants and missed the first half of that NFL season after knee surgery. Sanders retired in 2001, only to return three years later to play parts of two seasons with the Ravens. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year.