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Connie Carberg

The year was 1963, I was 12, and my whole life became the world of football. I grew up in Babylon, Long Island being a tomboy, playing all sports with my brothers and their friends. My dad, (Dr. Cal Nicholas,

Connie Carberg

My graduation from high School (with All-Pro WR George Sauer attending) led me to The Ohio State University. Though I was majoring in Home Economics Education and Dietetics, I couldn’t stay away from football. Everyone goes to games but I

Connie Carberg

Graduation in 1974 and my plans were set to teach High School and Coach girls sports after school. That all changed at a Jet get together as they were building the new Jet complex, Weeb Ewbank Hall, in Hempstead, Long

Connie Carberg

In the beginning of 1976, General Manager Al Ward and Director of Player Personnel Mike Holovak asked me if I would like to become the First Woman Scout in the NFL? I was totally thrilled and so honored that they

Connie Carberg

The Jets, then coached by another one of my “teachers”, Coach Walt Michaels, were coaching the Sr. Bowl and Mike Stensrud got hurt before the game. A replacement DL was needed and my boss, Mike Hickey, who was on the

Connie Carberg

In the past I’ve taught football 101 down here in South Florida for the Dolphins (not my team but I’m teaching football not how to root for the Dolphins). I’m going to be speaking to a group of professional women

Connie Carberg

  I still take two weeks to spend at Jets camp each year and they still treat me like family. So many of the former players and coaches are still a part of my life and twitter and Facebook and