D’Anthony Foreman is one of the most exciting offensive players in football, but the Texas A&M linebacker is one who can’t stop thinking about playing.
Foreman, who is entering his second season in the NFL, said that he has always wanted to play the game.
“I think my passion is to play,” Foreman told ESPN.
“My parents are both coaches.
I just feel like I could play football in any capacity.
I think if I can play football, I can probably play football.”
Foreman played football at Texas A &m, and had an illustrious career there.
He won the Heisman Trophy in 1995, and earned his first Pro Bowl selection in 1998.
In 2003, he won the National Football League Defensive Player of the Year award, which also went to defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.
The following year, he also won the Chuck Bednarik Award as the NFL’s most valuable player, which was voted on by fans.
Foremen career ended in 2014 after suffering a broken leg in a car accident.
Foreman said that injuries caused him to miss the 2015 season.
He returned to the field in 2017 but missed the entire season because of his knee injury.
In his first year with the Dallas Cowboys, Foreman had a breakout season, rushing for 1,054 yards and nine touchdowns, but his rookie season also included two ACL tears and a torn Achilles tendon.
Foremen knee injury has since healed, and he’s been a full participant in practice for the past two weeks.
Forem’s passion for the game stems from his family, and even if he wasn’t in the league, his mother, Linda, has always been around the game, he said.
“She’s been around a lot of sports.
My dad is an NFL coach.
My mom is an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution,” Forem said.
“She has played a lot in my life.
I’m really happy that I can be in a position to be able to contribute to the game and be a part of the family.”