Found October 14, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Nate Burleson has more shoes than a billionaire’s 20-year-old daughter. As we have seen before on shows like MTV Cribs, plenty of athletes and celebrities have shoe collections. Very few are as obsessed as the Lions wide receiver. According to MLive.com, the four new pairs of shoes Burleson was showing off to his teammates on [...]
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After reeling in a touchdown grab, Burleson planted the ball on the ground and it sprung free. After it was originally ruled incomplete, replays confirmed Burleson had possession long enough for the catch to count.
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Just ask his peers. They ranked him the league's third-meanest player in an SI.com players' poll taken this past week.
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