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Mon, 28 May 2012 09:01:46 -0700
Oakland Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor said he called former NFL QB Rich Gannon and hopes to work out with him and further pick his brain. "I called him and he gave me some wisdom on the game of football," Pryor said. Gannon said he would like to get together with Pryor, but they haven't been able to schedule anything yet.
Wed, 08 Feb 2012 09:35:39 -0800
The Green Bay Packers could consider former NFL QB Rich Gannon if they hire a quarterbacks coach this offseason.
Mon, 07 Jun 2010 05:17:21 -0700
New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez has been working on the mental side of his game by reaching out to former NFL QB Rich Gannon, according to Jim Corbett, of USA Today. Gannon worked with Sanchez for two days, studying film at the team's training complex. "The great thing about Mark is he doesn't just want to be good; he wants to be great," Gannon said. "And he's willing to put in the work to get there. He has a very bright future."
Thu, 07 Jan 2010 21:20:58 -0800
Aaron Wilson, of the National Football Post, reports former NFL QB Rich Gannon was rebuffed in his offer to assist the Oakland Raiders. Gannon said he would not extend a helping hand again. Gannon called Raiders owner Al Davis, but he got a rude response from team executive John Herrera. Herrera said that it was Gannon who needed help. "I won't make that call again," Gannon said Thursday, Nov. 7, during an appearance on a Sirius NFL Radio program.
Wed, 06 Jan 2010 15:36:23 -0800
The Associated Press reports former NFL QB Rich Gannon said he called Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis to offer his help in any way to the organization, head coach Tom Cable or QB JaMarcus Russell.
Fri, 12 Dec 2008 05:23:41 -0800
Steve Corkran, of the Bay Area News Group, reports former Oakland Raiders QB Rich Gannon questions the way the team has handled QB JaMarcus Russell early in his pro career. Gannon wonders why the team did not instill a better sense of work ethic, particularly a commitment to film study, during his rookie campaign. "That's mind-boggling how, in this day and age, whether it be a coordinator, or a head coach or a position coach, wouldn't demand that the guy come in on Tuesdays and do the work, or watch the film and make the preparation." Gannon said in an interview on KNBR radio. "And to make this comment a couple of weeks ago, and say, 'Well, now we're going to make him learn how to be a pro.' Well, what were they doing the first year and a half that they had him?"
Mon, 21 Jul 2008 10:29:48 -0700
Steve Greenberg, of SportingNews.com, reports former NFL QB Rich Gannon does not think retired QB Brett Favre will be successful if he comes back to the NFL and joins a new team. "If Brett goes to a different team, the results will not be as pleasant. He'll struggle," Gannon said. "I think it'll be one (year) and done -- and he won't be happy with the way it ends."
Wed, 23 May 2007 13:22:06 -0700
Mike Wobschall, of Vikings.com, reports Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress has invited former NFL QB Rich Gannon to attend some of the Vikings' workouts to help the team's quarterbacks.
Sun, 24 Sep 2006 19:33:26 -0700
The Associated Press reports Washington Redskins QB Mark Brunell set an NFL record for consecutive completed passes during the Week 3 game. Brunell completed his first 22 passes and broke the record held by former NFL QB Rich Gannon. Brunell finished the game 24-of-27 passing for 261 yards with one touchdown.
Fri, 16 Jun 2006 22:23:41 -0700
Todd Rosiak, of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, reports former NFL QB Rich Gannon visited with the Green Bay Packers young quarterbacks Friday, June 16. "I just shared with them some of the things that have helped me over my 17-year career, and I told them some of the things I wouldn't share when I was playing," Gannon said. Gannon also said he liked what he'd seen of QB Aaron Rodgers, the second-year backup.
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