Judge for the "America's Craziest Sports Fan" contest, sponsored by MSN.com, along with friend and co-judge Tom Arnold
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[on his publicly nasty divorce] It was horrible, of course, but at the same time it was one of the best things to ever happen to me," he said. "You have all these things being said about you, things that aren't true, but you can't control any of it. At first I was freaking out, but then I just realized: the only thing I can be is me. I used to be really worried what people thought, and I always ...
Was not able to play US high school football until he was a high school senior at Westbury High School in Houston, Texas. However, he was able to play organized football as a linebacker for the Mannheim (Germany) Redskins in 1985, mostly made up of other military brats from the nearby US Army base where his father was posted.