Legendary NFL coach Mike Ditka was joined by former NFL players Eddie George, Warrick Dunn and Orlando Pace to attend the Walter Camp Football Foundation’s annual national awards dinner. The event took place in New Haven, Connecticut earlier this month and costed $225 per person for a ticket where proceeds were raised to benefit youth organizations and local charities. These four were some of the best picks to represent the sport, as they had all been involved with professional football for a significant amount of time. The men were a big hit with the audience and made the function even more exciting.
Ditka played for the Bears from 1961-1966, as well as with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys until the end of his playing career in 1972. The three-time Super Bowl Champion was the assistant coach for the Dallas Cowboys short after that, and then went on to become the name and face of the Bears for 10 years between 1982 and 1992. George is a Philadelphia native that played for the Eagles for most of his career and is a four-time Pro Bowl champion. Dunn is from Baton Rouge and played for both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Atlanta Falcons. Pace is a Super Bowl Champion from his years on the Rams and also a seven-time Pro Bowl player.
The four football experts were in attendance at the Walter Camp awards banquet that happened mid-January and were the perfect addition to the event.
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