January 30, 2005
Sudden impact by Kirk Noonan
Conversation: Up or down, he sticks with his faith
Kurt Warner found a stage to share his faith as a Super Bowl winner and loser. This past season he learned how to do it as the mentor of the Giants’ quarterback of the future.
Covering one of the NFL’s best teams is rewarding, but Derrick Gunn finds the most fulfillment far from the stadium and studio’s lights.
By John W. Kennedy
Fresh-cut flowers. Dictionary giveaways. Internships. Tony Richardson is a busybody. Don’t be fooled, he’d still run you over if need be.
By Chad Bonham
Good losers never give up
A fan of a perpetual loser breaks down the art of losing and somehow ends up a winner.
By Ron Kopczick
Trent Dilfer has experienced Super Bowl fame and the tragic death of his 5-year-old son. Somehow both experiences have made him a better man.
By Gail Wood
Also in this issue
No more drops
Michael Irvin used to believe all the hype. So much so, he thought he was invincible. But the fast living eventually brought him to his knees and it was there that he found something worth living for.
By Art Stricklin
Pray it up
Paste this poster on your wall when good times go bad.
Prideful? Arrogant? Full of himself? Indeed, Howard Twilley used to be all of those things until his stock plummeted during the NFL draft and he went searching for more than this life could offer.
By Chad Bonham
Both feet in
Working out in the off season, running perfect routes and getting both feet down on a sideline catch is all well and good, but it won’t secure your eternity. Find out what will.
By Jim Grassi