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Steve Sabol Dead at 69.

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This is relevant. Game wouldn't be what it was today without him. Maybe no Panthers.

God bless you, Steve.

@richeisen: All of us here at @nflnetwork are crestfallen and mourn the loss of the genius and iconoclast Steve Sabol. May he rest in peace.
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Rest in peace. his interview with Steve smith is one of my favorite videos ever.

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RIP Mr. Sabol.

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RIP

(edit: didn't see the other thread. Sorry guys)

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All my life I have loved NFL Films. Every part of it. I love this game so much an NFL Films was such a huge part of it. It always truly captured how extraordinary our game is, and put such a deep respect for this sport inside of me because of it. Because of that, I always had a gret respect for Steve, the man who understood the greatness of this sport and and showed it so well. I hate to lose Steve. I really, truly, looked up to him and it's a sad day for the entire sport.

Regardless of what team your a fan of, none of our allegiances would have any significance if Steve hadn't done the work the good Lord put him here to do. There was no more important a man into making the game what it was. He built the sport moreso than any player, coach, or owner, and he will be missed.

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All my life I have loved NFL Films. Every part of it. I love this game so much an NFL Films was such a huge part of it. It always truly captured how extraordinary our game is, and put such a deep respect for this sport inside of me because of it. Because of that, I always had a gret respect for Steve, the man who understood the greatness of this sport and and showed it so well. I hate to lose Steve. I really, truly, looked up to him and it's a sad day for the entire sport.

Regardless of what team your a fan of, none of our allegiances would have any significance if Steve hadn't done the work the good Lord put him here to do. There was no more important a man into making the game what it was. He built the sport moreso than any player, coach, or owner, and he will be missed.

Agreed, sad sad day.

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