Found January 30, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Mark Herzlich’s story is well known among sports fans. Herzlich was an All-American linebacker as a freshman at Boston College and became the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Year in his junior season. He was forced to miss the entire 2009 season after being diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare form of cancer. Herzlich returned for his senior season in 2010 and was third on the team in tackles. He went undrafted, but the Giants signed him as a free agent. Now he’s with his team in Indianapolis soaking up Super Bowl week, and he sent this awesome tweet Monday afternoon:
Does it get any better than that?
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Forget media day. Spare me the hype and the Brady-Manning comparisons. Let’s talk about Coughlin and Canton later. Amidst all the nonsense making “news” in the weeks leading up to this Sunday’s Super Bowl, this tweet from Giants linebacker Mark Herzlich speaks the loudest.
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