His only downfall was his anger problems and always being in trouble in school. He did what he was supposed to do at home. He was an energetic healthy little boy who watched wwe wrestling on TV every Friday, Monday, and Sunday. He made the goal to get older and become stronger and better then the superstars he watched. He did 10 pushups a day and 25 sit ups to try and get a six pack.
Running head: JOE “COOL” MONTANA, THE COMEBACK KID Joe “Cool” Montana, The Comeback Kid Jonnie L. Dooley Nevada State College Abstract One of the NFL most loved quarterbacks in NFL history had an amazing career and a wonderful journey getting there. Joe Montana was an only child, from a small town in Pennsylvania. He excelled in his early years in all sports and went to Notre Dame where he earned his spot as starting quarterback. Joe he became the greatest loved quarterback for over a decade playing for the San Francisco and finishing his career with the Kansas City Chiefs. Joe was inducted to the Football Hall of Fame at the age of 44.
He just thought it was exciting and cool. So as he grew up he found his two loves for football and dog fighting. He became their schools top high school quarterback, and that earned him a full scholarship to west Virgina University. His parents were very proud. But he was also depressed because he’s never been away from his siblings before and he didn’t want to leave them, but they understood and knew it was for the best.
ATHLETE REPORT Adrian Peterson Adrian Peterson is a six foot one, two hundred and seventeen pound running back who wears number twenty-eight for the Minnesota Vikings. Adrian is also referred to by the nick name All Day which his dad gave him as a child because he was so hyperactive. Today his nick name is A.D. which is just an abbreviated version of all day. He is considered by many to be the best running back in the NFL today. Adrian was drafted in the first round with the seventh overall draft pick by the Vikings in 2007.
Ladies and gentlemen, the man I have the privilege of introducing to you today is certainly a man of honor and strength. As the son of two teachers, Tony is always quick to admit that his parents taught him the essential lessons in leading a good and faithful life. These lessons included: love, patience, honor, trust, and responsibility. And it is with these lessons that Tony Dungy has risen to the pinnacle not only in his profession, but as a man of faith as well. Tony was born in Jackson, Michigan where he began his athletic career while keeping his education and faith in focus.
This helps him find a way to cope with them may help you understand yourself more effectively. John is a man of strong moral beliefs any way he or she look at him, concerned only for the safety of his family and personal welfare. John Proctor is a big and strong man. He’s a man that everyone in the town looked up to. He is a loving husband, a hard working farmer, a proud father, and most important a faithful Christian.
‘I have always believed that if you want to… I would just try something else.’ Albert Facey is a man to always be respected and remembered of his optimistic mindset. He has been a mentor to society for his enthusiasm towards his unyielding life. Albert will be remembered always to have lived ‘a fortunate
I have made this page in honor of the greatest (in my opinion) QB of all time, who lead his team to 4 Super Bowl Championships and boasts 3 Super Bowl MVP's. Joe Montana was born in New Eagle and raised in Monogahela (outskirts of Pittsburgh in West Pennsylvania). From day one he had a winning spirit, in all sports he played. When he was young his father used to play sports with him. In football they would work on his accuracy
Fortunately, he was intelligent, and determined to overcome the challenges he confronted. He was also blessed with as good a support group as you can imagine. His grandfather was a rock that he could depend on for guidance and support, his mother and brother who cared deeply for his wellbeing, and his coach and colleagues that he met