His "version" was that he was in the fight and was grabbed by two big guys and pulled behind a tree and couldn't see anything. He did say that his boy had a knife on him. I was always curious who these "guys" were who overpowered the best LB in the NFL in the prime of his career. And the fact they never found his clothes from that night was suspicious as well.The maid must of "donated" his 1000 dollar suit as well.
Would love this guy as a coach, but we already have a pretty good LB coach. As much as I'd like to hear from him, I also think there are too many former football players on these shows. Not that ex-players analyzing the game is a bad idea, but they typically don't bring much to the table.
With the football IQ he is said to have, I hope he gets into coaching, but we probably won't see that until his son finishes at UM.
Great career and at worse, he is the 2nd greatest MLB/ILB of all time. The only person you could consider taking over him is Dick Butkus.
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