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Sat, 13 Jun 2009 22:08:59 -0700
The Associated Press reports former Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman has graduated from UCLA 21 years after he stared as a quarterback for the Bruins. He earned his sociology degree and took part in the ceremony with 450 other graduates.
Mon, 19 Jan 2009 02:52:03 -0800
ESPN.com reports Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger improved to 7-2 in the postseason with a victory in the AFC Championship game. His seventh win passed former QB Troy Aikman for the second-most playoff wins by a quarterback in his first five NFL seasons.
Thu, 01 May 2008 17:36:05 -0700
Scott Pitoniak, of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, reports former Dallas Cowboys and UCLA QB Troy Aikman will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Tue, 05 Jun 2007 22:39:26 -0700
The Associated Press reports former Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman says he has not symptoms from the 10 concussions he suffered during his Hall of Fame career. He does get migraine headaches, but he says he's had them all his life and that they're not related to football. Aikman said, "I think people got the impression that [former NFL QB] Steve Young and I were forced out by concussions. For me, it was more my back." Aikman added, "I've had no problems since. From my perspective, I think I got off relatively lightly. I think defensive players are far more at risk than quarterbacks -- they get hit on every play and may often have concussions they don't know about." Aikman praised the league for its recent decision to run baseline tests on all players in training camp so the NFL can later determine if their brains have been damaged from hits to the head. "The fact that doctors will now have a record of how much change there has been is a huge step forward," Aikman said.
Sat, 27 Jan 2007 20:32:09 -0800
Adam Schefter, of the NFL Network, reports former Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman has had a significant influence on who the team hires as it fills out its coaching staff for the 2007 season. The team appears to be leaning towards San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Norv Turner to be their new head coach. Turner gave Aikman's Hall of Fame induction speech. The team has already hired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, whom Aikman cited during his Hall of Fame acceptance speech as his greatest professional confidant.
Thu, 27 Jul 2006 17:49:25 -0700
Michael Eisen, of Giants.com, reports New York Giants QB Eli Manning discussed comments made by former Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman, who said Manning needed more work with his top receivers during the offseason. Manning said, "I told him no. I told him what I told you all: that we have enough time during training camp and during minicamp that we've been around each other enough that we're going to get all of that down."
Wed, 12 Jul 2006 05:24:06 -0700
Paul Schwartz, of the New York Post, reports Hall of Fame QB Troy Aikman said New York Giants QB Eli Manning needs more offseason work with his top receivers, WRs Plaxico Burress and Sinorice Moss and TE Jeremy Shockey. "I think it's unfortunate that here he is, as a quarterback going into his third season, and he's not given the opportunity to throw to his top three wide receivers throughout the offseason," Aikman said on a conference call. "I think that's a real mistake, for Jeremy Shockey, Plaxico Burress and Sinorice Moss not to be there with Eli Manning, getting some timing down. I don't think you can get that in just a minicamp, I don't think you can get it in four weeks of training camp." Aikman missed the mark with Moss because Moss, a rookie receiver from the University of Miami, did work out at Giants Stadium and attended all his required sessions. Overall Aikman feels Manning's development is going fine.
Sat, 08 Jul 2006 10:25:57 -0700
The Akron Beacon Journal reports former NFL quarterback and current broadcaster Troy Aikman has chosen San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Norv Turner as his presenter for his Hall of Fame induction Aug. 5.
Tue, 04 Jul 2006 06:24:47 -0700
The Canton Repository reports tickets for the AFC-NFC Hall of Fame Game between the Oakland Raiders and Philadelphia Eagles Aug. 6 at Fawcett Stadium have sold out. Although a sellout for the enshrinement ceremony is anticipated, a limited number of tickets remain available. The Class of 2006 is composed of QB Troy Aikman, LB Harry Carson, head coach John Madden, QB Warren Moon, DE Reggie White and OL Rayfield Wright.
Sun, 19 Feb 2006 09:42:26 -0800
Chris Jenkins, of the Associated Press, reports Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre might retire due to the team's recent struggles, according to former Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman. Favre has spoken to Aikman about advice for retirement. Aikman said, "Over the years, Brett and I have talked a lot about kind of what happened at the end of my career, kind of where he's at right now. And Brett has drawn some comparisons to what he's currently going through with what I went through at the end of my career - not from a health standpoint, but just kind of where the team is."
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