They got to respect the way I felt and I think I might even have turned some of them around on a few things.
In my senior year, they voted me captain of the team; and when I think about it—about me mixed in with a bunch of guys from Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida—I consider it a very high honor,” Namath said. Namath was progressive and may have helped teach his teammates a little something about equality.
Suzy takes his words as a compliment gracefully because she doesn't know what to answer as she was just covering New York Jets game.
This incident gets national as well as international attention.
There is less information on the internet about her personal life.
Her ex-husband name is Eric Brady, and they have a daughter together.
They say so because they just want to view more of her lovely legs and feet which is much of the time covered by her trousers.
We wish her best of luck for her life and appreciate her knowledge of sports and reporting skills.
Joe Namath was known for being a ladies’ man throughout his playing career, but he had nothing on Wilt Chamberlain when it comes to scoring.
Deadspin dug up an old interview Broadway Joe did with Playboy in Dec. The interview delves into the workings of Namath’s New York nightclub Bachelor III and its potential mafia ties, Namath’s days in college, his time in the pros, and sex. Reading through the interview, Namath’s classic confidence shines through, as does his knowledge of football.
Namath even provided sex tips, saying he just worried about getting off when he was younger, but as he got older, he became concerned with making sure his partner was satisfied, too.