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Keith Jackson (tight end) - WikipediaIn his final season, Jackson made 40 receptions for 505 yards and a career-high 10 touchdowns, assisting the Green Bay Packers to a 13-3 record and a win in Super Bowl XXXI. Jackson finished his career with 441 receptions for 5,283 yards and 49 touchdowns. During his career, every time he had a highlight on NFL
Keith Jackson, TE at NFL.comCareer Stats more. Season, Team, Receiving, Rushing, Fumbles. G, GS, Rec, Yds, Avg, Lng, TD, Att, Yds, Avg, Lng, TD, FUM, Lost. 1996, Green Bay Packers, 16, 5, 40, 505, 12.6, 51T, 10, --, --, --, --, --, --, --. 1995, Green Bay Packers, 9, 1, 13, 142, 10.9, 22, 1, --, --, --, --, --, --, --. 1994, Miami Dolphins, 16, 16, 59, 673, 11.4, 35
Keith Jackson, legendary college football announcer - NFL.com6 days ago Legendary college football announcer Keith Jackson, who was the first play-by-play announcer for "Monday Night Football," died Friday night, per multiple reports. He was 89.
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Legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson dies at age 89 - ESPN.com6 days ago Jackson began calling college football games for ABC Sports when it acquired the broadcast rights for NCAA football in 1966. He also worked NFL and NBA games, 11 World Series and LCS, 10 Winter and Summer Olympics, and auto racing. In addition, he traveled to 31 countries for "Wide World of Sports
Keith Jackson, Voice of College Football, Dies at 89 - The New York6 days ago The Best of Keith Jackson Video by Jacqueline Tsai. Mr. Jackson worked at 10 Summer and Winter Olympics and on “ABC's Wide World of Sports.” He was the play-by-play man for the inaugural season of N.F.L. “Monday Night Football” and was at the microphone for baseball, pro and college basketball,
Keith Jackson Dies: College Football Voice Known For “Whoa6 days ago Keith Jackson, the voice of college football for more than 40 years, died at age 89. He was part of the first NFL Monday night team.
Legendary college football announcer Keith Jackson dies | SI.com6 days ago Jackson was considered by many to be "the voice" of college football, broadcasting the sport for 50-plus years. His iconic "Whoa Nellie" catchphrase was a regular part of Saturdays for years. While he's most known for his college football coverage, he covered the NFL, MLB the NBA, boxing, auto racing,
Legendary college football broadcaster Keith Jackson dies | SI.com6 days ago Keith Jackson, college football broadcaster, dies at 89.
Keith Jackson NFL Stats - Season & Career Statistics | FOX SportsSee Keith Jackson stats and news. Get 2018 NFL season stats, career statistics, game logs and injury updates on the Green Bay Packers tight end.
Keith Jackson, legendary college football broadcaster, dies at 896 days ago It was an appropriate farewell for Jackson, who was credited with nicknaming the Rose Bowl the “Granddaddy of Them All”. Although he was best known for college football, Jackson also covered the NFL and NBA, the Olympic Games and the World Series. He was also the first play-by-play man on Monday
Analyzing Pac-12 news, from the NFL Draft to Keith Jackson and5 days ago The 'Saturday Night Five' reaction column examines Pac-12 officiating controversies, the ongoing NFL Draft exodus, and the passing of legendary announcer Keith Jackson.
In Memorium: Keith Jackson | NBA.com4 days ago In Memorium: Keith Jackson. "Whoa, Nelly!" From the World Series to the Olympics, NFL to NBA, Keith Jackson did it all over five decades as a sportscaster. We remember Jackson, who passed away Friday night at the age of 89.