We regret to inform you of the passing of John Madden, a former National Football League football coach and sports analyst from the United States. Social media users are curious about how he passed away after his passing. You will find all the details of his passing in this post.
What is John Madden’s Cause of Death?
At the age of 85, Madden passed away at his Pleasanton, California, home on December 28, 2021. It is currently unknown what caused John Madden’s death. We’ll let you know as soon as we receive any formal confirmation. See the tweet about his death:
— ABC News (@ABC) December 29, 2021
The loss of John Madden had a profound impact on his loved ones, family, and friends. They paid their respects to him via social media posts. One user said, “The death of John Madden is coincidentally lined up with the death of EA Madden.”
The death of John Madden is coincidentally lined up with the death of EA Madden.🤔
— dp (@babygrqvy) August 27, 2023
Nick tweeted, “Saddened to hear about the death of John Madden. RIP Coach!”
Saddened to hear about the death of John Madden. RIP Coach! pic.twitter.com/F2EDJZK48R
— Nick (@Nick04896213) December 29, 2021
John Reeves said, “Those were fun teams and John Madden was a great coach. Sorry to hear of his death.”
Growing up in Massachusetts, the Patriots were terrible at the time, so I adopted the Raiders as my team. John Madden was the coach and Daryle Lamonica was the quarterback. Those were fun teams and John Madden was a great coach. Sorry to hear of his death. pic.twitter.com/WJBI7J4K1N
— John Reeves (@reevesjw) December 29, 2021
James Day wrote, “Sorry to hear of death of Raiders coach, broadcaster & pitchman.”
John Madden: Sorry to hear of death of Raiders coach, broadcaster & pitchman. Madden always found it strange that he was known more for being a broadcaster and pitchman than it was for his real job, coach. I find it strange, too, and curiously American. Famous for being famous… pic.twitter.com/GpEhB5DPJK
— James Day (@JamesHDay) January 1, 2022
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A Look at John Madden’s Impactful Years
On April 10, 1936, in Austin, Minnesota, John Earl Madden was born. He was the son of Earl Russell Madden (1905–1961) and Mary Madden (1917–2011). The Madden family moved to Daly City, California, which is located south of San Francisco, when John was a young child. John’s father is an auto mechanic.
John Robinson graduated from Our Lady of Perpetual Help, a Catholic parochial school, in 1950. Afterward, he enrolled at Jefferson High School, from which he graduated in 1954. He was the head coach of the Oakland Raiders from 1969 until 1978.
The team participated in seven AFL/AFC Championship Games, won seven division titles, made eight postseason trips, and won its first Super Bowl title in Super Bowl XI during that span. Having never had a losing season, Madden has the highest winning percentage of all coaches.
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