• WordNet 3.6
    • n rozelle East Indian sparsely prickly annual herb or perennial subshrub widely cultivated for its fleshy calyxes used in tarts and jelly and for its bast fiber
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From a Retired Pete Rozelle, Some Points After.
When Pete Rozelle became commissioner of the National Football League in 1960, there was no Super Bowl and 12 teams were scraping for a share of the weekend sports audience.
Rozelle Winston, 79, passed away June 11, 2012, at Ashley Manor in Hood River, Ore. She was born Aug 5, 1932, in Needmore, N.C.
In a shocking switch that ended seven days of bitter fighting among the 12 NFL owners, Los Angeles Rams general manager Pete Rozelle was a compromise choice and elected the league's new commissioner on the 23rd ballot.
Rozelle sold nation on the NFL.
Rozelle made NFL what it is today By Bob Carter Special to
From a Retired Pete Rozelle , Some Points After.
Modell to Receive Pete Rozelle Award.
ART MODELL, owner and president of the Cleveland Browns, was named the recipient of the Pete Rozelle Award by the Touchdown Club of New Orleans yesterday.
In the Final Hours, Pete Rozelle Reflects.
Texans' PR staff wins Pete Rozelle Award.
For the fourth time in their 10 seasons, the Texans have won the Pete Rozelle Award for having the NFL's outstanding media relations department.
Football Commissioner Pete Rozelle (left) presents the trophy to Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi after the first NFL-AFL World Championship Game.
File photo David Dixon, right, at 1966 press conference with then-Saints owner John W Mecom Jr, left, and the National Football League's then-commisioner Pete Rozelle.
Alliance native Len Dawson presented HOF's Pete Rozelle Award for broadcast excellence.