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17.02.2019 03:13
former safety and special teams player for the New Orleans Saints, Gleason retired in 2008 and announced in 2011 that he was bat Antworten

Steve Gleasons story is both inspirational and tragic. A beloved former safety and special teams player for the New Orleans Saints, Gleason retired in 2008 and announced in 2011 that he was battling?amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrigs disease.Gleason has devoted his post-NFL life to raising awareness for ALS and to cultivating a positive legacy. His Twitter account reads: Inspiring people to live with purpose. Although his life has a new focus now, he still makes time to enjoy the game he loves.?Seen above, Gleason makes a visit to his former stomping grounds and takes a selfie with his former coach Sean Payton, who has been at the helm for the Saints since 2006.Gleason is perhaps best remembered for his punt block in a 2006 game against the Atlanta Falcons; the block led to Saints cornerback Curtis Deloatch recovering the ball in the Falcons end zone for a touchdown.It was the first score on home soil for the Saints in nearly two years, as New Orleans was on the tailend of recovering from the devastation that Hurricane Katrina brought on the city.?Gleason is determined to face adversity head on and live his life to the fullest. The documentary Gleason, which was released earlier this year, chronicles his journey from playing in the NFL to living with ALS and depicts how he works to help others who have been diagnosed with the disease.This season marks the 50-year-anniversary of the Saints organization. In honor of this, the Saints have named an All 50 Team, which comprises 50 of the best Saints players throughout the past 50 seasons. All members of the All-50 team will be honored in a halftime ceremony on Sunday when the Saints play the Detroit Lions. Gleason, naturally, was named to the team. A well deserved honor for an incredible person.--Meaghan Latella . Now that hes hitting streaking teammates with pin-point passes for easy layups, Love is asserting himself as one of the true superstars in the league. . Now, with Game 6 set for Fenway Park and an 8:07 p.m. ET first pitch, the Detroit Tigers face the unenviable task of having to beat the Boston Red Sox twice, on the road, to advance to the World Series. . He just needed to be his best twisting, turning acrobatic self. "I didnt need to be anybody else, I just needed to be myself and be aggressive," said Burks, who scored a career-high 34 points to spark the Utah Jazz to a 118-103 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Monday night. .Y. -- Bills receiver Stevie Johnson has a bone to pick with the NFL schedule maker. . Third-seeded Murray had the easiest path to victory on New Years Eve, barely breaking a sweat during his 6-0, 6-0 win over 2,129th-ranked Qatari wildcard recipient Mousa Shanan Zayed. NFL Nation reporters choose a player from each team and assess whether theyre buying or selling his fantasy value headed into Week 9.AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC West NFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC WestAFC EASTBuffalo BillsSell: Every Bills fantasy optionTheres nothing to like about any of the Bills skill-position players entering Monday nights game at Seattle: Running back?LeSean McCoys availability is still uncertain; quarterback?Tyrod Taylor has been limited by a rash of injuries at receiver; tight end?Charles Clay and wide receiver?Robert Woods have been banged up and ineffective; and running back?Mike Gillislee, if he starts again, will have a tall task against the Seahawks defense.dddddddddddd Across the board, theres nothing appealing about the?matchup. -- Mike RodakMiami DolphinsSell: Wide receiver DeVante ParkerWith the exception of his 106-yard game in Week 2, things simply havent come together for Miamis former first-round pick. Parker is averaging just 34.5 receiving yards over the past four games, and his targets are decreasing. Miami is transforming into a run-first offense behind emerging star tailback Jay Ajayi, which means a lesser role for Parker. -- James Walker Wholesale Hoodies NFL Shirts Outlet Jerseys NFL Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '



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