At one point, Jason Brown was the highest-paid center in NFL history. Today, he's a potato farmer. How he got there is an incredible story of football... and faith.
Football fans love watching the sack -- except when it's their QB who goes down. Jared Allen has recorded 134 (so far) in his career -- and he talked with Tom Buehring about what's behind his amazing drive.
Millions of kids will tune in to see the bone-crunching NFL action and dream of being on the field.
Greg Scott used to be one of those dreamers... but he never realized his true dreams until he walked away from the game.
Scotty McGee is a football player whose talents inspired an entry on urbandictionary.com. So if you're ever looking for a way to describe something so fast it becomes impossible to be tackled, just remember "Scotty McGee".
But before he became a legend, he was a lost teenager... who just wanted to be like his older brother.
On November 16th, 1999, Saundra Adams was looking forward to the birth of her grandchild. Her daughter was eight months pregnant - and also expecting a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, NFL star Rae Carruth.
That proposal never came...
At 6'4", 246 lbs., Mark Herzlich is the last thing you want to see standing between you and the end zone. He's delivered his fair share of helmet-crunching hits... and he's received them, as well.
In fact, one hit almost killed him... but this hit didn't happen on the football field.
Being a quarterback in the NFL is tough. You have to be able to throw a football - and hit a target, on the run, fifty or sixty yards away. You have to make split-second decisions - while 300 pound linemen are trying to bury your face in the turf.
So it's no wonder that the QB position is one of the hardest jobs in sports... and as forrmer pro Jeff Kemp explains -- it's what prepared him for dealing with the trials in life.
In this instant 7CI classic, NFL great Tim Brown shares why he couldn’t look at himself in the mirror.
And don't forget to search #tbt for more great Throwback Thursday stories!
Ben Watson is an 11 year NFL veteran. He won the Super Bowl a few years back with the New England Patriots, and he's a fan favorite as a New Orleans Saint. He made national news a few months ago -- and not because of anything he did on the football field. Instead, it was because of a post he made on Facebook. Tom Buehring has that story.
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