ERIC BERRY RUMORS & GOSSIP
One of the better moments captured by NFL Films this last fall was Chiefs safety Eric Berry's skittish reaction to seeing a horse on the field. As you can see below, Berry's full attention is on the horse (named Warpaint) and not the game itself.
It didn't take long for this footage to go semi viral. Since it aired, I've always been somewhat curious as...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Eric Berry isnt afraid of knocking heads with 6-foot-4 tight ends. Or of making kamikaze runs downfield on special teams.
Anything in the horse family zebras, cows, anything thats close to resembling that, the Kansas City Chiefs safety said Wednesday. I just dont deal with them.
Berry admits he suffers from equinophobia, a psychological...
Apparently there is a condition called equinophobia, which is the fear of horses. I never knew such a thing existed, but thanks to Eric Berry, that’s all changed. In this hilarious video shown on Showtime’s “Inside the NFL,” the Kansas City Chiefs safety is seen avoiding a horse that was riding around on the field before the Chiefs’ game with the Oakland Raiders. Some...
I DON'T MESS WITH HORSES
Remember all those screenplays and poems that Chiefs safety claimed to have written while on injured reserve last year? After this Inside the NFL segment about Berry’s equinophobia, I now imagine most of them to be horror stories about horse murders or seemingly pleasant episodes in Berry’s life that were ruined by berserk mares. The first 40 seconds of the clip are about Berry’s...
Last September, Chiefs Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry tore the ACL in his left knee in the first quarter of the team’s Week 1 loss to Buffalo, cutting his second season in the league excruciatingly short. Berry may have been physically incapacitated, but the mind remained active. In order to stave off insanity while he couldn’t play football, Berry reportedly wrote three screenplays...
In an interview with GoVolsXtra.com, Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry indicated that his knee is good and he was able to do some drills with players from the University of Tennessee football team.
“I’m good,” Berry said when asked about his knee Friday. “I actually had the privilege to go out (Thursday) and do one-on-ones with guys on the (UT) team. It was...
Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry told Adam Schein of SiriusXM NFL Radio that he’s 100 percent healthy heading into training camp.
Berry says he is 100 percent physically. #CHIEFS
— Adam Schein (@AdamSchein) June 27, 2012
Berry suffered a torn ACL towards the begining of last season and has been held out of the Chiefs’ offseason program this year, while he was rehabbing.
If 40 is the new 30, then 23 is the new 16. Your body is all grown up. The rest of you is under construction, a row of orange cones and Jell-O shots, waiting for life to pave the snot out of you.
You're frisky, free, and invincible, at the height of your powers as a young man. You can work forever, party forever. At 23, you're convinced you know everything. Spoiler alert...
Amidst the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry admitted last month that he wondered whether or not the block that knocked him out for the season was bounty related.
Sometimes I sit n wonder if they had a bounty out on me…oh well…who cares. Either way u can’t hold me down.
— Eric Berry (@Stuntman1429) March 5, 2012
At the time Berry...
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The Chiefs have a shot at redemption after perhaps their worst loss of the year to the Miami Dolphins last Sunday.
The Broncos on the other hand, are coming off a high point of the season defeating the AFC West leaders in the Oakland Raiders. Denver still holds last place in the division, while Kansas City is tied for second with San Diego, both with 4-4 division records.