The postgame faces say it all. (Photos by USA TODAY Sports)
Next time you complain of a headache, make sure no one’s nearby firing off bullets to celebrate a wedding.
Former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason lives with the vicious neurodegenerative disease ALS and, via eye-tracking technology, wrote this inspirational column to share his challenges and successes and to invite readers to join Team Gleason in its mission of “helping people with ALS live productive, inspired lives by providing access to life-affirming events and assistive technology.”
Since being diagnosed with ALS, Gleason has received an MBA at Tulane, became a father and traveled the world. He’s also an effective writer. Team Gleason is one stronger this morning.
Source: Sports Illustrated
I wonder if the Count is involved with this. One … two … three years in a maximum security prison before opportunity for parole. AH-AH-AH-AHHHH!
Love that Robinson Cano merited an ESPN the Magazine cover, but I find the photo unappealing.
The cover story on if the Yankees will pony up the cash necessary to keep baseball’s best second baseman is accessible to those with ESPN Insider access.
Here’s Tim Tebow’s first New England Patriots trading card, which will appear in Panini’s Rookies & Stars set, to be released in late August.
So, I guess Tebow, who is entering his fourth NFL season and was recently released by the Jets after one empty year, is either a rookie or a star.