Former New Orleans Saint Steve Gleason was in attendance at tonight's Monday Night Game in the Superdome and in the 1st Quarter, he became unresponsive and was taken to Oschner Hospital. Throughout the ESPN broadcast, the network told the story of Gleason and his battle with Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Yesterday, before the biggest NFL game of the year was played; before the commercials and the middle-finger halftime controversy, NBC aired a story during pre-game that told the tale of Steve Gleason. Gleason, to most Who Dats, is most famous for being "the guy who blocked that punt when the Dome opened after Katrina." Lately, Steve has been making headlines for a whole different reason.
Reggie Bush has been on a roll lately, but off the field he is still struggling with the world of social media. In a tweet that had the best intentions Reggie Bush wished his former New Orleans Saints teammate Steve Gleason a "speedy recovery" for his illness. The only problem is that Steve Gleason is suffering from ALS - an disease that has no cure.
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