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What Happened to Zach Thomas and Where is He Now?

Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Zach Thomas is one of the most dangerous defensive players in league history. However, his body-rocking hits came at a price, and he dealt with numerous concussions throughout his 13-year NFL career. Thomas retired more than a decade ago after a terrific stint in the pros,...
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Monday Night Live Thread-A Look Back At Zach Thomas

Yes, you are correct, I stole the idea of looking back at the greatness of former Miami Dolphins linebacker Zach Thomas from Kdogs daily thread. As I have been living in hospitals for the last six weeks as my grandmother continues to work on recovering my inspiration for writing much of anything has been a bit lacking. I don’t suspect hospitals do much to inspire anyone’s creativity outside of trying to figure out ways to get the hell out of there. For those of you that have asked, she is doing well and now in a rehab facility.
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Dolphins great Zach Thomas misses Pro Football Hall of Fame as a finalist for second straight year

Zach Thomas, one of the greatest football players in Miami Dolphins history, will have to wait at least another year to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Thomas, a 12-year standout linebacker for the Dolphins from 1996-2007, missed out on the highest individual honor in the sport when the NFL named eight members to its Hall of Fame class during the NFL honors show Saturday night.
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Is today the day for Miami Dolphins LB Zach Thomas to the HOF?

The Miami Dolphins, their fans, and of course, Zach Thomas are waiting out today to find out if he will be a 2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee. Thomas narrowly missed last season but will he get in this year? That is the question that we will find out the answer to, today.
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Dante Culpepper and Zach Thomas Reportedly Tried to Fight Nick Saban in NFL

Nick Saban is arguably the best coach in college football history. However, his time as the head coach of the Miami Dolphins was forgettable, lasting only two seasons and winning just 15 games during that span. And according to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports, things were so bad for Saban in Miami former players Dante Culpepper and Zach Thomas tried to fight the seven-time national championship-winning coach. Glazer talked about the incidents while appearing on The Herd with Colin Cowherd on FS1.
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Glazer: Daunte Culpepper, Zach Thomas Almost Fought Nick Saban in 2005-06

A pair of former NFL stars reportedly nearly came to blows with Nick Saban during his tenure as head coach of the Miami Dolphins from 2005 to 2006. According to Fox Sports' Jay Glazer during an appearance on The Herd with Colin Cowherd (h/t TMZ Sports), neither quarterback Daunte Culpepper nor linebacker Zach Thomas took kindly to Saban's coaching tactics (beginning at 2:57 mark):
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Nick Saban left Miami after Daunte Culpepper and Zach Thomas tried to fight him

As it turns out, Nick Saban’s short time in the NFL came because the head coach nearly got his butt kicked on multiple occasions. Nick Saban will go down as one of the best college football coaches of all time. In the NFL? Not so much. Few have forgotten about Saban’s failed stint with the Miami Dolphins, which came before he arrived to Tuscaloosa to begin his dominance with the Crimson Tide.
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Ex-Miami Dolphins standout Zach Thomas among 2021 Hall of Fame finalists

An owner of a record five NFL Most Valuable Player awards and two Super Bowl titles, the quarterback was the first finalist revealed by the hall on Tuesday night. Manning was one of the most prolific passers in NFL history. In 18 pro seasons and 265 starts out of 266 games played since being the top overall draft choice by Indianapolis in 1998, he had 14 seasons with 4,000-plus yards passing.