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Former NFL Player Cedric Benson Dies in a Motorcycle Accident

The world of football is shocked by the death of the former player of the NFL Cedric Benson, who died Saturday night at the age of 36 after suffering a motorcycle accident. Benson, one of the best college players in the history of American football who came to play a Super Bowl with the Chicago Bears, was circulating with a woman around Austin when he hit a minivan crossing an intersection, local police reported.

Both the former player and the woman died instantly. “Our condolences to the friends and family of former Bears player Cedric Benson,” they said at the Chicago Bears after hearing the tragic news. Benson came to the NFL in 2005 after being selected by Chicago with number 4 in the draft and was part of the NFC title won in 2006.

Carli Lloyd, from Female Football Star to Knock on the Door of the NFL

Carli Lloyd has made history in the world of football. She is one of the best players in American history and has twice won the World Cup with her selection. Now, at the age of 37, in the twilight of his career, he has decided to look for new challenges. Nothing less than football. Lloyd tried his luck with the Philadelphia Eagles, with whom he kicked a ball in the style of a typical honor kick. Although he nailed it, which not all NFL professionals can do. The midfielder, currently at Sky Blue in New Jersey, approached the Oval that was held by the fingers of one of the Eagles players, kicked it, and slipped it between the three clubs.

Following the success of’ kicking ‘and the virtualization of the video, in the United States, they wonder if there will not be a slot for her in an NFL team to occupy the position of’ kicker,’ a Spanish-language kicker. A figure that is part of the so-called’ special teams,’ that is, a unit of the staff that acts only at specific times. Lloyd would only come out at times when he had to kick.

Sheehy-Guiseppi, from Sleeping in the Street to Play in the NFL

Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi is an NFL player. Last Thursday he debuted with the Cleveland Browns in the pre-season in a match against the Washington Redskins. Before the game began, he lost his only sneakers to play. Before this misfortune, his companion, the star Odell Beckham Jr. that was not going to play, lent him theirs. But this obstacle did not prevent him from getting a play that has become the story of the NFL preseason.

Sheehy- Guiseppi received a clear kick from the Redskins, ran, beating all his rivals, and scored an 86-yard touchdown. All this might all seem like an anecdote, but this player’s story has a movie background. He lost his scholarship to the University of Phoenix College and ran out of equipment. Despite this, he did not give up and began to train alone. In April of this year, the opportunity arose to perform a Test with the Cleveland Browns, but he had no money to pay for the accommodation, so he had to sleep on the street for several days.