Former Steelers, Gil Brandt, John Madden remember legendary head coach Chuck Noll

Chuck Noll coached the Pittsburgh Steelers for 23 years. He led the franchise to 193 regular season wins, 16 playoff wins and four Super Bowls, and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1993, two years after his final season in Pittsburgh. Friday, Noll died in his Pittsburgh home at the age of 82.

Over the weekend and early this week, analysts, former NFL executives and Noll’s former players have joined SiriusXM NFL Radio and Mad Dog Sports Radio to remember one of the game’s all-time legends. Among them, former Steelers Rocky Bleier, John Stallworth and Jack Ham, former Dallas Cowboys executive and current SiriusXM NFL Radio host “The Godfather” Gil Brandt, former NFL coach John Madden and NFL analysts Vic Carucci and Dan Leberfeld.

Listen to their memories of Noll below, and tune to SiriusXM NFL Radio, channel 88, and Mad Dog Sports Radio, channel 86, for ongoing reaction.

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