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For Legends, the game always goes on. With such a significant impact on the game of football and the countless players who he’s coached and played beside… Riley revelations continue to inspire.
Ken Riley talks about his career with host David Spada. Credited to: http://www.injuryinillinois.com
When asked about the top defensive backs not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Ken Riley’s name is always on the list. However, he never received the recognition that he deserved during his playing career. In his 15-year tenure with the Cincinnati Bengals, he led the league in interceptions three times and is currently […]
When it comes to interceptions in the NFL, the record holder for the most is Paul Krause, who, from 1964-79 intercepted an astounding 81 passes. He is in the NFL Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Next on the list is Emlen Tunnell, who not only intercepted 79 passes from 1948-61, but he was also […]
Ken Riley, Lemar Parrish, and Tommy Casanova formed one of the greatest secondaries of all time during the 1970’s. Although they played offense in college Paul Brown had them playing like All-Pros from day one. While they were together from 1972-1977 their pass defense was ranked 4th, 13th, 4th, 2nd, 3rd, 23rd in the NFL. […]
By RICK BROWN, THE LEDGER Although the play took place more than 28 years ago, former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Ken Riley recalls the play as if it happened just a few minutes earlier. By RICK BROWNTHE LEDGER Although the play took place more than 28 years ago, former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Ken Riley recalls the […]