Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Jaws' cigar party draws a crowd

Famed Eagles coach Dick Vermeil, Saints coach Sean Payton and Eagle-turned-ESPN Radio host Mike Golic joined Ron Jaworski at his second annual cigar-party fundraiser over Super Bowl weekend to benefit his Jaws Youth Fund. Vermeil flew out of PHL Wednesday to get to Dallas in time for the party Thursday at the Reata Fort Worth that also attracted Jaws' ESPN "Monday Night Football" colleague Jon Gruden, John Adams and Greg Cosell from NFL Films and cigar mogul Rocky Patel and Adam Gefner from the Philly Cigar Club. The fundraiser also aided the United Ways of Metropolitan Dallas and Tarrant County, Texas.

Jaws' cigar party draws a crowd

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Jon Gruden, Sean Payton (who looks like Ed Helms from "The Office" in this pic) Ron Jaworski and Mike Golic at Jaws´ cigar party.
Jon Gruden, Sean Payton (who looks like Ed Helms from "The Office" in this pic) Ron Jaworski and Mike Golic at Jaws' cigar party.

Famed Eagles coach Dick Vermeil, Saints coach Sean Payton and Eagle-turned-ESPN Radio host Mike Golic joined Ron Jaworski at his second annual cigar-party fundraiser over Super Bowl weekend to benefit his Jaws Youth Fund. Vermeil flew out of PHL Wednesday to get to Dallas in time for the party Thursday at the Reata Fort Worth that also attracted Jaws' ESPN "Monday Night Football" colleague Jon Gruden, John Adams and Greg Cosell from NFL Films and cigar mogul Rocky Patel and Adam Gefner from the Philly Cigar Club. The fundraiser also aided the United Ways of Metropolitan Dallas and Tarrant County, Texas.

Click here to read more from our column in Tuesday's Daily News

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