Drew Henson is one of the finest athletes in the nation. In baseball, he sported a powerful bat capable of launching 500 foot home runs. But football is his game. With a cannon powerful arm and vision of the field, Henson is a prototypical quarterback who even challenged the great Tom Brady for his job when they were in school at Michigan. Soon he may be filling the shoes of Roger Stabauch and Troy Aikman as QB of the Dallas Cowboys.
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When Mike Sanford's father, also named Mike, left the University of Southern California football staff to become an assistant coach at Notre Dame in 1997, the younger Sanford quickly earned a spot as a ball boy on the visitor's sideline at Notre Dame Stadium on those glorious Saturday afternoons in the fall.Yanks' Tanaka nears 1st batting practice session
New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka threw 40 pitches in his third bullpen session Thursday and could be ready to throw batting practice early next week. ''I was throwing with more force than the last bullpen,'' Tanaka said through an interpreter.49ers coach Tomsula took long road to NFL
The cameras might not love Jim Tomsula.Tanaka Throws 40 Pitches In Third Bullpen Session, Could Throw BP Next Week
The Yankees are considering whether to give rotation pitchers an extra day between starts occasionally by using a sixth starter, an idea Tanaka thinks is good.
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Drew Henson isn't the first former New York Yankees #1 prospect to become a quarterback in the NFL. The other was John Elway.
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