Dungy Remembers His Son by Fred Goodall, Associated Press December 28, 2005 LUTZ, Fla. - Tony Dungy blinked back tears, straining to compose himself. "Parents hug your kids every chance you get," he said. "Tell them you love them every chance you get because you don't know when it's going to be the last time." He cautioned parents against taking their children for granted. I never got to hug him again. That's one thing I'll always think about." The coach addressed his players during the service, calling them some of the greatest role models in the country and urging them to reach out to young people. "I want to urge you to continue being who you are because our young boys in this country, they need to hear from you," he said. "If anything, be bolder in who you are. Because our boys are getting a lot of the wrong messages about what it means to be a man in this world. About how you should act, and how you should dress, and how you should talk, and how you should treat people. They don't always get the right message, but you guys have the right messages."