Found February 07, 2012 on Detroit4lyfe:
This is probably the second greatest Super Bowl Sunday proposal, second only to Matthew Stafford's future proposal. Ex-Michigan State linebacker and Super Bowl XLVI champion Greg Jones proposed an engagement ring to his girlfriend on the field after winning the rights to a ring himself. Here's video: This quote from the Lansing State journal is pretty awesome: “She was bawling,” Jones told the Star-Ledger Monday morning as the team prepared to head home. “I was like, ‘I don’t know how long she’s going to keep crying.’ ” Okay, okay, yes, let it out, have a good cry...okay...okay, that's enough. For more follow Detroit4lyfe on Twitter and Like us on Facebook.
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