The Lions apparel that evidently incited so much violence from the Philadelphia fans included a jersey of legendary Detroit running back Barry Sanders.
“Barry Sanders, he did it all,” Bush said. “I think just about every kid who grew up watching him. He’s just a joy to watch. I love watching him. I try to pattern my game after him, try to run like him. He did it all.”
For some the quick reflex answer is ‘never’ and for others it’s as easy just not quitting on the team.
Barry Sanders Describes Players Getting Back On The Field After Concussion Because They Were ‘Fighting For A Job’
“I played in the ’90s and back then, yeah, we kind of understood what a concussion was, but pretty much everything was left up to the player.”
97.1 The Ticket’s Mike Valenti believes that this season, the time of hardship may soon be coming to a close for Lions fans.
Barry Sanders is arguably the greatest running back in NFL history and on Tuesday he joined Doug Gottlieb to talk about his career and about his former team, the Detroit Lions.
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Why did Detroit Lions legend Barry Sanders leave the game?
It definitely didn’t end the way that Wings fans wanted it to, but the atmosphere of Game 6 at the Joe against Chicago was one of the best and loudest I have witnessed in years.
As Beyonce said, “You should have put a ring on it”. Well Brian Urlacher announced on Wednesday that he is retiring. [...]