HOF DL Curley Culp announces Stage 4 pancreatic cancer

Hall of Fame defensive tackle Curley Culp announced Tuesday that he has Stage 4 pancreatic cancer.Culp, 75, anchored the Houston Oilers’ defensive line under Bum Phillips in the 1970s, and amassed 68.5 career sacks, though sacks didn’t become an official stat until 1982 after Culp’s playing days were over.Culp played six-plus seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, six-plus with the Oilers and parts of two seasons with the Detroit Lions.”To my followers, family and friends I have stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Do donate to your local cancer organizations so this dreaded disease is eradicated. Love life, family and friends,” Culp posted to Twitter.Culp was a six-time Pro Bowl selection. He earned All-Pro honors in 1975 with the Oilers. He played in 179 games (156 starts). The Oilers moved to Tennessee in 1997 and starting going by Titans two years later.



After the display of dominance that Derrick Henry has shown in the last 2 plus seasons and a 2,000-yard season in 2020, I began thinking about his career trajectory and how Henry is tracking towards a Hall of Fame Career.  With that in mind, we take Derrick Henry’s first 5 seasons in the NFL and where he is statistically vs. Franchise greats…

Radio Cares: Feeding America Emergency Radiothon

Radio Cares: Feeding America Emergency Radiothon

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