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  • Dec 16, 1973
    The Cincinnati Bengals close out Mike Reid's fourth season with the team in Houston, defeating the Oilers, 27-24, at the Astrodome. Reid eventually establishes himself in Nashville, writing hits for Ronnie Milsap, The Judds and Lee Roy Parnell
    Dec 23, 1973
    The Cincinnati Bengals play their second playoff game during Mike Reid's career, losing to the Miami Dolphins, 34-16, in Florida. Reid eventually leaves the NFL for country music, becoming a singer, songwriter and piano player
    Jan 8, 1974
    The Cincinnati Bengals' Mike Reid is named alongside Pittsburgh's Joe Greene as defensive tackles on the AFC All-Pro team by the Associated Press. Ten years later, Reid is spotted on the country charts as the writer of Ronnie Milsap's "Show Her"
    Jan 13, 1974
    Charley Pride sings the national anthem prior to Super Bowl VIII at Rice Stadium in Houston, Texas. The Miami Dolphins beat the Minnesota Vikings, 24-7
    Jul 25, 1974
    Defensive tackle Mike Reid becomes the 21st veteran member of the Cincinnati Bengals to report to training camp, bucking an NFL player strike. As a singer, he will work with another union: the American Federation of Television Radio Artists
    Sep 15, 1974
    The Cincinnati Bengals open what proves to be Mike Reid's final season with the team, blasting the Cleveland Browns, 33-7, at Riverfront Stadium. Reid leaves the NFL for a music career, writing hits for Ronnie Milsap, Willie Nelson and The Judds
    Dec 9, 1974
    "I Feel Fine" songwriter John Lennon visits with ABC's "Monday Night Football" announcer Howard Cosell in the booth during a game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Washington Redskins. Also on hand: future president Ronald Reagan
    Dec 14, 1974
    The Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Cincinnati Bengals, 27-3, at Three Rivers Stadium, the last game of the final season in Bengal lineman Mike Reid's NFL career. He goes on to a second career as a country singer/songwriter
    Oct 19, 1975
    Terry Bradshaw quarterbacks the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 34-3 NFL win against the Chicago Bears at Three Rivers Stadium, a day before signing a recording contract with the Nashville division of Mercury Records
    Jan 8, 1977
    Charley Pride guests on the TV special "Super Night At The Super Bowl" with Natalie Cole, Angie Dickinson, Andy Williams, John Wayne and O.J. Simpson

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