The Vikings attacked the frontline coach and died in NFL.
Toni, the Minnesota Viking forward coach and former Miami dolphin coach, died on Sunday at the age of 56. J Panaro reportedly complained about chest pain for some time ago. He went to the hospital for a thorough examination last Thursday and left hospital on Friday. At about 8 a. m. on Sunday morning, when J Panaro’s wife Janet was leaving home to go to church with him, he found the unconscious J Panaro collapsed in the kitchen and lost consciousness. Subsequently, the medical staff received CPR for him, but it was useless.
The Vikings all expressed their mourning for J Panaro.
“Our hearts are together with Janet and the entire J Panaro family to mourn the departure of Toni.” Viking owners Mark Wilf and Qi Ji Wilf said in a statement. “Toni is a passionate and dynamic person who deeply loves his family, especially enjoying his time with his grandchildren. Toni’s days in the Vikings will be remembered. In this extremely difficult time, Toni’s family is our only concern. We urge the entire alliance and Viking families to give J Panaro enough space. ”
He was originally expected to enter the third season as a Viking offensive coach. This is the last stop since he opened his NFL career in 1999. In 1999, he was hired by the Cleveland Brown team as the offensive quality management coach of the team.
After being one of the assistant coaches of several NFL teams, the Miami dolphins threw olive branches to J Panaro in 2008, and appointed him as coach of the team. In the first season of J Panaro’s arrival, the dolphins ended with a humiliating 1 – 15 win, and in the 2008 season, J Panaro reversed the situation. He led the team to 11 – 5 and won the title in the east side of the United States. He also became the first coach in the history of NFL to win a 1 win team last season. In nearly 4 years of teaching dolphins, J Panaro’s total record was 29 wins and 32 defeats.
In 2014, after the Oakland Raiders fired Allen coach Denis, J Panaro served as the temporary coach of the team, with a record of 3 wins and 9 defeats.
“It’s hard for me to describe myself in a blank way about Toni’s sudden departure,” Minnesota Viking jerseys general manager Rick Spielman said in a statement. “Toni loves rugby and his players. More importantly, he is strong, full of faith and cherishes his family. My heart is with the family of the spark. The team will do everything they can to help them. ”
The Viking coach Mike – hammer also expressed his condolences.
“I love Tony spark. He is an excellent mentor and a hard worker. His strong and fighting spirit is reflected in our attacking frontline players. He is a great husband, father and grandfather, and also a good friend of mine. This is a heavy moment for us, and everyone will miss Toni very much. ”
Toni – October 7, 1961 was born in West Haven, Connecticut. He was the first centre of the West Haven university rugby team. He spent 1978-1981 seasons there, and helped the two league team win the first unbeaten season in school history in 1979. He is also a member of the rugby Hall of fame at the University of West Haven.
From 1984 to 1987, he was the frontline coach of his alma mater. Later, he joined the Boston University rugby team jerseys, and in the next 6 years, he gradually promoted from offensive frontline coach to offensive coordinator. In 1994, he returned to West Haven as head coach and scored 41 – 14 in five seasons.
Apart from Brown, dolphins, Raiders and Vikings, Sparano, who has travelled all over the league, has also served on red skins, jaguars, cowboys, jets and the 49-man team.