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    At the same time, Giants coach Bob Folwell and star tackle Century Milstead, left to join the AFL's Philadelphia Quakers. This led Mara to increase the salaries of all his players by $50 a game to prevent them from leaving the Giants, too.

  2. Biography. References. Timothy J. Mara (August 6, 1935 – June 1, 1995) was an American businessman and part owner of the New York Giants football team. He, along with his mother Helen and sister Maura Concannon, owned a 50% stake in the team from 1965 until 1991.

  3. Jun 2, 1995 · Timothy J. Mara, a grandson of the football Giants' founder and a former co-owner whose outspoken criticism of the Giants led to a long family feud, died yesterday at the Jupiter Medical...

  4. Jan 24, 2024 · Timothy Christopher Mara served as the Vice President of Player Evaluation for the New York Giants, an esteemed position within the NFL team. His tenure with the Giants reflects his commitment to the family legacy, as the Mara family has held ownership of the team since its inception.

  5. › wiki › Mara_familyMara family - Wikipedia

    Mara family. The Mara family is an Irish-American family primarily known for owning the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL) since the franchise was formed in 1925. The Maras owned the team outright until 1991, when a feud led to one side of the family selling their half interest to Preston Robert Tisch.

  6. Kids. Students. Scholars. (1887–1959). During a time when collegiate football was heavily favored by sports fans over the professional version of the game, American businessman Tim Mara, through his ownership of the New York Giants, brought a new level of excitement and quality to football.

  7. Timothy Christopher Mara (b. Mar 11, 1957) is an American executive NFL scout and internet personality. He serves as a board director and senior VP of player evaluation on the pro football team the New York Giants.

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