It would seem that former Atlanta Falcons head coach Jerry Glanville is finally severing his remaining ties with the Peach State and their NFL team.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Glanville is selling his lake home in Georgia, and all of its contents, which include a fair amount of NFL and Atlanta Falcons memorabilia.
Glanville, who has always been known as one of the most
eccentric bizarre weirdo coaches in football, was coach of the Falcons from 1990-1993, compiling a 27-37 record over four seasons. He was also a defensive assistant with the team from 1977-1982.
Probably most known for being the the coach that sent Brett Favre to the Green Bay Packers, Glanville was known for several oddities, including leaving two tickets at the Falcons will-call window at every game for none other than Elvis Presley…and guest.
Among the items up for sale in the estate is a painting of Glanville on a Harley Davidson (which was painted by an artist who also painted a portrait of Presley), a collection of custom cowboy boots, game balls from his various coaching stops, and an assortment of championship rings (none of them Super Bowl) from his playing and coaching days.