Dungy proved quiet inspiration wins, too
Numbers don't summarize Tony Dungy's time in the NFL. His impact went far beyond his achievements, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
The most revealing story I ever heard about Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy occurred shortly after his son James committed suicide in December 2005.Dungy was preparing for his first practice with his team after taking a weeklong break, and none of the players knew what to expect from him. But when Dungy showed up for a morning meeting, he didn't talk about sorrow or offer an inspirational speech for a team favored to win that year's Super Bowl. ...
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TONY DUNGY RETIRES
Longtime Colts coach Tony Dungy announced his retirement Monday. In 13 seasons as a head coach, seven in Indianapolis and six with Tampa Bay, he ranks 19th all-time with 148 career wins.