Tom Keane

Tom Keane

Thomas Lawrence Keane (September 7, 1926 - June 19, 2001) was an American football cornerback.

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Tom Keane - Coaching Career
... Keane served as an assistant for the Chicago Cardinals from 1957-1959 ... From 1962-1964 he served as Head Coach of the Wheeling Ironmen of the United Football League ...
The Keane Brothers - History - Tom Keane
... Tom (born March 13, 1964) has collaborated as writer and musician with many producers and artists, such as David Foster, Burt Bacharach, Peter Allen, George Benson, Kenny Rogers, Patti LaBelle ... Tom Keane has been awarded a Grammy nomination for Chaka Khan's hit "Through the Fire," which he co-wrote with David Foster and Cynthia Weil (of "You've ... Love Me?," recorded by Chicago, who had recently added Tom's former Keane bandmate Jason Scheff to the lineup, was co-written by Tom, David Foster and Richard Baskin ...