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George Sauer (Associated Press)
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April 20, 2015
R.i.p coach
Chargers 1980
August 6, 2013
He coached me and my cousin in Charlotte, NC during semi pro days. Introduced me to Namath and came to find out what a great person and player George was.
June 15, 2013
having grown on LI in the 1960s i idolized george. quiet intelligence speaks volumes, he didn't say much, he didn't have to. i'm am so deeply sorry for your loss and any suffering george endured. my "bucket list" always included playing catch with george... RIP
June 7, 2013
I am a first cousin of George, his Father was an older brother of my Father Bob. I was born a month before George but hardly knew him because he lived in Waco while I grew up in Denver. I did get an opportunity to get to know him a little better when he came to Denver with the Jets when they played the Broncos twice in the seasons after their Super Bowl victory over the Colts. He spent an a very pleasant evening with us for dinner at my parent's home and he got us tickets for the games. At the end of the games, we had the honor of going down on the field and meeting some of the players. Joe Namath was especially gracious - he kissed my Mother on the cheek and posed for snapshots. After that time, we didn't stay in contact and I just now learned of his death. Dana, my love and sympathy goes out to you.
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