Eddie Gay Robinson Sr. (born February 13, 1919 in Jackson, Louisiana) was a coach who was best known for being the head coach at Grambling State University (historically black university in Grambling, Louisiana, United states) from 1941 to 1942, then 1946 to 1997 and for being considered as one of the greatest American football coaches of all time. Eddie died on April 7, 2007 and his death was because of Alzheimer’s disease. He died at age 88.
"Eddie Robinson was an excellent player for Chicago Bears and he also played for the Detroit Lions. Robinson was killed in a car accident in 1989 and his death has been greatly mourned. (V)"
"Eddie Robinson was a professional running back in the NFL and played for the Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens and New Orleans Saints. In 2009, Robinson was found dead in his hotel room in the Netherlands. Robinson had been taken ill in the Netherlands and was flown back to the United States for treatment. (V)"
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