Matthew George Millen (born March 12, 1958) is a former American football linebacker and executive. Millen played for the Oakland Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League, and over his 12-year NFL playing career, he played on four Super Bowl-winning teams. He won a Super Bowl ring with each of the three teams for which he played; moreover, he won a Super Bowl ring in each of the four cities in which he played (the Raiders won championships in both Oakland and Los Angeles during his tenure).

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  • Matthew George Millen (born March 12, 1958) is a former American football linebacker and executive. Millen played for the Oakland Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League, and over his 12-year NFL playing career, he played on four Super Bowl-winning teams. He won a Super Bowl ring with each of the three teams for which he played; moreover, he won a Super Bowl ring in each of the four cities in which he played (the Raiders won championships in both Oakland and Los Angeles during his tenure). After his playing career, Millen was President and chief executive officer of the Detroit Lions from 2001 until the 2008 NFL season. His eight-year tenure as head of the franchise led to the worst eight-year record in the history of the modern NFL (31-84, a .270 winning percentage), and resulted in his termination on September 24, 2008. Millen assembled the personnel and coaching staff of the 2008 Lions, which became the first team to go 0-16. This was the sole worst single-season record in league history until it was tied by the 2017 Cleveland Browns. He is generally regarded among the worst general managers in the history of modern sports. Following his NFL career, he was a football commentator for several national television and radio networks. His last job before joining the Lions was as a member of the number two broadcast team for NFL on Fox, as well as being the color commentator for Monday Night Football on Westwood One. On February 1, 2009, he joined the NBC broadcast team for pre-game analysis of Super Bowl XLIII. He has also been employed by ESPN as an NFL and college football analyst, and by NFL Network as a color commentator on Thursday Night Football. In 2015, Millen returned to Fox NFL and debuted on Big Ten Network. (en)
  • Matthew George Millen (born March 12, 1958) is a former American football linebacker and executive. Millen played for the Oakland Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Over his 12-year NFL playing career, he played on four Super Bowl-winning teams, winning a Super Bowl ring for each of the three teams he played. After his playing career, Millen was President and chief executive officer of the Detroit Lions from 2001 until the 2008 NFL season. His eight-year tenure as head of the franchise led to the worst eight-year record in the history of the modern NFL (31-84, a .270 winning percentage), and resulted in his termination on September 24, 2008. Millen assembled the personnel and coaching staff of the 2008 Lions, which became the first team to go 0-16. This was the worst single-season record in league history until it was tied by the 2017 Cleveland Browns. He is generally regarded among the worst general managers in the history of modern sports. Following his NFL career, he was a football commentator for several national television and radio networks. His last job before joining the Lions was as a member of the number two broadcast team for NFL on Fox, as well as being the color commentator for Monday Night Football on Westwood One. On February 1, 2009, he joined the NBC broadcast team for pre-game analysis of Super Bowl XLIII. He has also been employed by ESPN as an NFL and college football analyst, and by the NFL Network as a color commentator on Thursday Night Football. In 2015, Millen returned to Fox NFL and debuted on the Big Ten Network. (en)
  • Matthew George Millen (born March 12, 1958) is a former American football linebacker and executive. Millen played for the Oakland Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Over his 12-year NFL playing career, he played on four Super Bowl-winning teams, winning a Super Bowl ring for each of the three teams he played. After his playing career, Millen was President and chief executive officer of the Detroit Lions from 2001 until the 2008 NFL season. His eight-year tenure as head of the franchise led to the worst eight-year record in the history of the modern NFL (31-84, a .270 winning percentage), and resulted in his termination on September 24, 2008. Millen assembled the personnel and coaching staff of the 2008 Lions, which became the first team to go 0–16. This was the worst single-season record in league history until it was tied by the 2017 Cleveland Browns. He is generally regarded among the worst general managers in the history of modern sports. Following his NFL career, he was a football commentator for several national television and radio networks. His last job before joining the Lions was as a member of the number two broadcast team for NFL on Fox, as well as being the color commentator for Monday Night Football on Westwood One. On February 1, 2009, he joined the NBC broadcast team for pre-game analysis of Super Bowl XLIII. He has also been employed by ESPN as an NFL and college football analyst, and by the NFL Network as a color commentator on Thursday Night Football. In 2015, Millen returned to Fox NFL and debuted on the Big Ten Network. (en)
  • Matthew George Millen (born March 12, 1958) is a former American football linebacker and executive. Millen played for the Oakland Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Over his 12-year NFL playing career, he played on four Super Bowl-winning teams, winning a Super Bowl ring for each of the three teams he played. After his playing career, Millen was President and chief executive officer of the Detroit Lions from 2001 until the 2008 NFL season. His eight-year tenure as head of the franchise led to the worst eight-year record in the history of the modern NFL (31–84, a .270 winning percentage), and resulted in his termination on September 24, 2008. Millen assembled the personnel and coaching staff of the 2008 Lions, which became the first team to go 0–16. This was the worst single-season record in league history until it was tied by the 2017 Cleveland Browns. He is generally regarded among the worst general managers in the history of modern sports. Following his NFL career, he was a football commentator for several national television and radio networks. His last job before joining the Lions was as a member of the number two broadcast team for NFL on Fox, as well as being the color commentator for Monday Night Football on Westwood One. On February 1, 2009, he joined the NBC broadcast team for pre-game analysis of Super Bowl XLIII. He has also been employed by ESPN as an NFL and college football analyst, and by the NFL Network as a color commentator on Thursday Night Football. In 2015, Millen returned to Fox NFL and debuted on the Big Ten Network. (en)
  • Matthew George Millen (born March 12, 1958) is a former American football linebacker and executive. Millen played for the Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, and Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Over his 12-year NFL playing career, he played on four Super Bowl-winning teams, winning a Super Bowl ring for each of the three teams he played. After his playing career, Millen was president and chief executive officer of the Detroit Lions from 2001 until the 2008 NFL season. His eight-year tenure as head of the franchise led to the worst eight-year record in the history of the modern NFL (31–84, a .270 winning percentage), and resulted in his termination on September 24, 2008. Millen assembled the personnel and coaching staff of the 2008 Lions, which became the first team to go 0–16. This was the worst single-season record in league history until it was tied by the 2017 Cleveland Browns. He is generally regarded among the worst general managers in the history of modern sports. Following his NFL career, he was a football commentator for several national television and radio networks. His last job before joining the Lions was as a member of the number two broadcast team for NFL on Fox, as well as being the color commentator for Monday Night Football on Westwood One. On February 1, 2009, he joined the NBC broadcast team for pre-game analysis of Super Bowl XLIII. He has also been employed by ESPN as an NFL and college football analyst, and by the NFL Network as a color commentator on Thursday Night Football. In 2015, Millen returned to Fox NFL and debuted on the Big Ten Network. (en)
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  • Matthew George Millen (born March 12, 1958) is a former American football linebacker and executive. Millen played for the Oakland Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Over his 12-year NFL playing career, he played on four Super Bowl-winning teams, winning a Super Bowl ring for each of the three teams he played. (en)
  • Matthew George Millen (born March 12, 1958) is a former American football linebacker and executive. Millen played for the Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, and Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Over his 12-year NFL playing career, he played on four Super Bowl-winning teams, winning a Super Bowl ring for each of the three teams he played. (en)
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