The season after the Jets won the Super Bowl (1968), in 1969 Joe Namath hosted a television show with Dick Schaap helping out.
On the show a click away below, Joe and Dick speak with Muhammad Ali. 30 more words
June 6, 1969 — Joe Namath resigned from NFL after Pete Rozelle, football commissioner, said he must sell his stake in a bar.
50 years after Joe Namath led the New York Jets to the franchise’s only Super Bowl championship, the Jets are hoping they finally have a franchise quarterback capable of lifting the team to playoff success in former USC star Sam Darnold. 208 more words
NFL Hall of Famer Joe Namath spoken up for Colin Kaepernick in the past, specifically in an October appearance on Fox & Friends.
With safety Eric Reid filing a collusion grievance against the NFL, Namath again offered his words of encouragement to the players and their protests against racial injustice. 145 more words
The Jets have been searching for their franchise quarterback for what literally seems like forever. Since Joe Namath’s last game with the team in 1976, the Jets have tried everything to secure the most important position in sports to no avail. 659 more words