NFL Alumni Charity
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(L - R) Gene Upshaw President of the NFL's Player Union and NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue show their support for the NFL Alumni at the Legends Dinner 1999, which was held at Disney World Resort.
Former NFL All-Pro receiver of the Green Bay Packers and now ESPN football analyst, Sterling Sharpe starts his putt rolling as members of his team look on at the Atlanta Chapter of the NFL Alumni Charity Golf Classic Tour. Sterling's team would go on and become Champions of the tournament.
Yogi Berra former New York Yankees great shows his support for kids at the New York Chapter of the NFL Alumni Charity Golf Classic Tour.
(R-L) Atlanta Falcons All-Pro place kicker, Morten Anderson , discusses tournament rules with Mike Ruether, President of the NFL Alumni Atlanta Chapter.
Garo Yepremian, former All-Pro kicker for the Miami Dolphins, is acknowledged during the celebrity introduction at the New York Chapter of the NFL Alumni Charity Golf Classic Tour.
George Beim, Pres./CEO of Pinnacle Management Group Inc. and tournament director, explains the handicapping scoring system to Sterling Sharpe during the Atlanta Chapter of the NFL Alumni Charity Golf Classic Tour.
George Foster, Head Professional at Radnor Valley Country Club, explains to Philadelphia Eagles Owner Jeffrey Lurie how to execute a proper shot out of a sand trap.
Former NFL All-Pro Defensemen of the Philadelphia Eagles, Bill Bergey uses a little body English to help sink a birdie putt for his team during the Philadelphia Chapter tournament.
Steve Van Buren, NFL Hall of Fame Inductee, All-Pro Running Back for the Philadelphia Eagles, excepts his Hall of Fame jacket at the dinner following the Philadelphia Chapter golf tournament, from the President & CEO of the NFL Alumni Frank Krauser
(L-R) Former Wide Receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles, Tommy McDonald, recreates the Belly-Bump he gave to his fellow Pro Football Hall of Famers during the induction ceremony in 1998, with Comedy writer as well as a nationally acclaimed dinner speaker, Jack Edelstein. This took place during the 1998 Philadelphia Chapter golf tournament.
(L-R) Chairman of the Board, NFL Alumni and former Running Back for the N.Y. Giants and Cleveland Browns, Randy Minniear, MLB Hall of Famer and former All-Star catcher of the New York Yankees, Yogi Berra, President & CEOof the NFL Alumni, Frank Krauser enjoy a full day of golfing and eating at the New York Chapter of the NFL Alumni Charity Golf Classic Tour.
Former All-Pro NY Jets running back Emerson Boozer Giants All-Pro Brian Kelley
Former Miami Dolphins leading receiver in 1982 Tom
Vigorito tees off on the 14th tee as former NY Jets QB,
Glenn Foley, who has a single digit handicap, looks on.
Alex Webster, former NY Giants Running Back ('55-'64); Played in 6 Championship games and on Giants' 1956 World Championship team; Two time All-Pro selection and Giants' MVP; 2nd in Giants career yds. rushing; Assistant Coach of Giants ('66-'69) and Head Coach of the NY Giants (1969-1973), attempts a birdie putt.
Tony Veteri, an official in the AFL and NFL for 23 years; Was involved in four Super Bowl Games (II, VII, XII and XV), nine League Championship Games, three All-Star Games and five Divisional Play-Off Games, hits his tee shot on the 8th hole.
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