Retired Center-NFL Atlanta Falcons (1969-1986) & Broadcaster
Episode 108. Jeff Van Note –Retired Center-NFL Atlanta Falcons (1969-1986) & Broadcaster
Jeff Van Note played football eighteen years for the NFL Atlanta Falcons, the second longest for any player on one team.
After attending grade school in Louisville and college at the University of Kentucky, Jeff established himself as one of the finest centers in the NFL, playing for the Atlanta Falcons. He was voted by fans as their favorite Falcons player, inducted into the Falcons Ring of Honor, and also inducted into seven different football halls of fame.
Jeff is a 6-time Pro Bowler and was Second Team All-Pro in 1982. He holds one of the 25 longest careers in NFL history. In 1986, the Falcons retired his number.
Since his retirement, fans can enjoy listening to Jeff as color commentator for Falcons and University of Kentucky broadcasts, as well as sports talk radio in Atlanta.
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