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That would be New York Giants safety Tyler Sash and linebacker Spencer Paysinger, sleeping with a Tinker Bell and Super Mario blanket. Another Giants linebacker, Mark Herzlich, posted the photo on Twitter for our viewing pleasure, so you have him to thank for this.
Enjoying the offseason, Giant’s linebacker Mark Herzlich took brother Brad (and some friends) on a boating expedition. And after posting the photos to Twitter, some fans had questions. Herzlich, being a personable gentleman, decided to answer them.
Ever wonder what the team flight directly after winning the Super Bowl is like? Thanks to the Giants’ Mark Herzlich, wonder no more.
Mark Herzlich, a 2008 All-American linebacker who came back from a rare form of bone cancer to record 65 tackles for Boston College in 2010, has been signed by the New York Giants. As CBS Sports’ Will Brinson notes, if the Giants were to allow Herzlich to sprint on to the field with the American flag on 9/11, America might explode. [Mark Herzlich]
There is not significantly much more to add to the story of Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich. Instead, just watch as one young man sprints about 25 yards ahead of his teammates, arms spread, ready to stop fighting cancer and start playing games again.
You know Mark Herzlich, the Boston College football player who missed last season recovering from cancer, beat it, and will inspire us all by returning this year. Well, now he’s got a broken foot that’s keeping him out of preseason practice. Come on, universe.
In 2010, the ACC will offer one of the most inspiring stories of recent sports memory in a young linebacker named Mark Herzlich.