frank gifford

The morning show host opened up about her approach to parenting.
"Joy can exist in the exact same spot as your grief."
It was saddening to learn of the latest NFL great to have suffered from the illness, but not shocking. Hall of Famers Frank Gifford and Junior Seau are just two of a growing list of former players who developed the disease, as confirmed the only way now possible -- through an autopsy.
I hope you will turn to your loved ones right now and acknowledge all that they have dealt with in loss. Notice their courage, their authenticity and witness their grief. They too have modeled for us so that we can all live to the fullest in 2016.
Concussion fumbles when it delves too much into Dr. Omalu's life. This indictment of the NFL becomes a love story which takes the focus off the football players where the real pathos is. Concussion should have revealed more about the tragic lives these esteemed players led and their needless suffering due to sport.
Gifford's family had his brain tested for CTE after he died in August.
When news of Frank Gifford's recent death came to me, I, like other literary types (you know, self absorbed, sullen, given to drink and dark clothing) immediately thought of Fred Exley's painful memoir, A Fan's Notes, which is surely one of American letters' great achievements.
Friends forever. Kris Jenner wrote a beautiful note for her close pal Kathie Lee Gifford on the Today show co-host's 62nd
What made Frank Gifford truly gifted was that he was much more than a great football player. Unlike many great athletes who disappear from the face of the earth after their time in professional sports, Gifford was different and a true champion in everything he did.
"Frank's talent and charisma on the field and on the air were important elements in the growth and popularity of the modern NFL."
Every fall Sunday, starting when I was five years old, my father turned the dial of our black-and-white TV to the CBS broadcast of the New York Giants game. The oldest of three girls, I was clearly the son that wasn't.
Kathie Lee Gifford was on "The Tonight Show" yesterday, where she gave us a preview of what the fourth hour of "Today" might