With the Tigers being postponed Tuesday night, many of you probably watched ESPN’s 30 for 30 Elway to Marino.
Tony Dungy had much of his success in football far from his hometown of Jackson, Mich., turning around the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and becoming the first black coach to win a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts.
It’s pretty amazing that an incident that took place in 1994 could cause such a stir in Detroit but that’s exactly what happened.
Last week former Lions OL Lomas Brown went on an ESPN radio station saying, “We were getting beat, 24-3, at that time and he just stunk up the place.
For the 5th year in a row, former Detroit Lions all-pro lineman, Lomas Brown, will be hosting two free football camps for local high school athletes.
Lomas Brown routinely checked the NFL wire to see which opponents had been ejected from games.
Having spent 11 years with the Detroit Lions, now Lomas Brown is taking his love of football in a new direction
Former Detroit Lion Lomas Brown says he has a personal sake in what happens, as NFL players are still mull over an aggrement with the owners.
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