John Madden dead: Raiders ‘profoundly disheartened’ by NFL symbol’s unexpected passing

NFL extraordinary John Madden passed on at 85 years old years old, the association declared Tuesday night.

Chafe, who instructed in the NFL from 1969 to 1978, drove the Oakland Raiders to seven AFC title games and one Super Bowl title over the Minnesota Vikings in 1976. That season, the Raiders wrapped up with a 13-1 record.

As the lead trainer of the Raiders, Madden had a 103-32-7 by and large record.

The establishment put out an announcement following the passing of the incredible mentor and telecaster.

The Raiders Family is profoundly disheartened by the death of the unbelievable John Madden, the assertion read.Few people implied as likely arousing a lot of development and prominence for proficient football as Coach Madden, whose sway on the game both on and off the field was endless.

The assertion continued:Madden solidified his job as a football symbol in the transmission stall, filling in as a main shading expert for every one of the four significant broadcasting companies – CBS, FOX, ABC and NBC. His work on Monday Night Football, the initiation of the yearly All-Madden Team and his part in the Madden NFL series of computer games made the Madden name inseparable from star football.

Anger resigned from training subsequent to managing a ulcer issue and general burnout from the gig. In the wake of leaving the sidelines, Madden chose to join the telecom stall, where he dwelled from 1979 to 2008 and transformed into one of the most compelling voices in NFL history.

Infuriate completed his vocation as a 16-time Emmy Award victor. He was accepted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006.

Incense’s reason for death still can’t seem to be uncovered.

Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos added to this report.