Former American football star Frank Gifford dead at 84

By REUTERS
August 10, 2015 02:43

 
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Frank Gifford, a star on the football field for the New York Giants and later a star in the broadcasting booth as part of the "Monday Night Football" team that helped popularize the NFL, died on Sunday at the age of 84, his family said in a statement released to NBC.

Gifford, who was married to TV talk show hostess Kathie Lee Gifford, died suddenly of natural causes at his Connecticut home, his family said.

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