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Deion Sanders and the Jackson State Tigers will head to Huntsville, Alabama this upcoming weekend to take on Alabama A&M in an intriguing SWAC match-up. The game is still a handful of days away, but the head coaches from both programs have already started to take shots at one another. According to FootballScoop’s John Brice, […] The post Deion Sanders Responds To Opposing Coach’s Pregame Jab appeared first on The Spun.
Legendary NFL cornerback Deion Sanders dealt with some painful injuries over the course of his career. Few, if any, were more debilitating than turf toe.
Sanders, who now coaches at Jackson State in Mississippi, famously dealt with a turf toe injury toward the end of his time with the Dallas Cowboys. The eight-time Pro Bowler opened up about his foot injuries while talking with Dan Patrick back in 2018.
“It’s the closest thing they call to ‘turf toe.’ It was just horrendous, I mean, I’ve never felt anything like it. It was so bad it had begun to be hammertoe, so they have to shave it down and straighten it out, and that’s what I got,” Sanders said.
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You could hit it on top with a hammer, because it’s numb. It’s numb right now, but it hurts.”
.show us what his NFL Career did to his toes
— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow)
Sanders recently had his foot situation corrected.
The college football head coach went under the knife to get his foot/toe situation fixed. He’s been recovering for a couple of weeks.
Sanders took to Twitter to show off his recovery.
Warning: The photo is graphic.
Can’t stop won’t stop because God has me covered! This is what I see daily after a good day of work! I love what I do and I’m doing what I love.
— COACH PRIME (@DeionSanders)
NFL Network host Rich Eisen chimed in on the photo.
“Looks better than before,” he joked.
Hey, he’s not really wrong. Turf toe is no joke.
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Deion Sanders pays touching tribute to Bobby Bowden on Instagram .
After the death of Bobby Bowden, Deion Sanders paid a touching tribute to his college coach. Early Sunday morning, news came that legendary college football coach Bobby Bowden passed away at the age of 91. He had acknowledged his dire health situation recently, but the news still hit hard and rea ctions came from far and wide. Deion Sanders was arguably the best cover corner in the NFL during his prime, and he's a Pro Football Hall of Famer. He is also one the best players who ever played for Bowden at Florida State over the coach's long and successful run there (1976-2009). The roots of Sanders' "Prime Time" persona were in Tallahassee.