Roy Madden, the owner of a football team who thinks his wealth and position makes him superior to everyone. He's having an affair with the wife of one of his players. When the man comes looking for his wife, Madden gets her out but the guy knows she was with him, so he tells Madden to leave his wife alone and starts to assault Madden when Bull, a former player who works for Madden as a bodyguard throws him out. But he sneaks back in and again tries to assault Madden but Madden strikes him with something killing him. He then calls Bull, and tells him that he came back and collapsed. He tells Bull that it was probably because something he did to him. But Bull says he didn't do anything to him. He tells Bull to get away. When Stone, who knows Madden investigates, Madden tries to pin the whole thing on Bull but Stone doesn't believe him.
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In the classic cop/bad guy shoot out in a football stadium scene Roy Madden played by William Smithers shoots Bull Bradovich (Ed Asner) at point blank range in the stomach with a Smith & Wesson .38 revolver which,understandably, causes Bull to fall to the ground as he clutches his abdominal area. After a lengthy police chase and shoot out Stone and Briggs are able to drive Madden back to the area where the shooting occurred. Bull then grabs Madden in a bear hug from behind and attempts to squeeze the life out of him with seemingly no regards to his point blank gut wound whatsoever. Additionally he lies on his side in the ambulance and discusses the case with Stone and Briggs completely unattended by the ambulance attendants for quite some time before the ambulance finally takes off. See more