President Trump canceled the Philadelphia Eagles’ White House visit today in his ongoing campaign against the NFL for players kneeling during the national anthem. But his effort to put on a display free of protest did not go according to plan.
But then his company folded, and those concussion stressors were triggered. He spent far more money than the business could handle, he says, right as the economy was tanking, and was forced to file for bankruptcy in 2012. Lewis can still remember the repo man taking everything away. His marriage on the rocks. Everything crumbling down. Depression at its worst.
He even needed to sell a commemorative ’12 Super Bowl ring given to him by the Ravens. That $50,820 helped him get back on his feet—and he didn’t mind the splashy headlines that followed, either, because they warded off the leechesin his life.
And it was right then when Lewis took the advice of the wife of his good friend, ex-back Joe Burns, and attended their church in Atlanta’s Buckhead district. His mind began to clear.
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NFL rumors: Mychal Kendricks might’ve requested trade from Eagles before release
Mychal Kendricks spent multiple off-seasons on the Eagles trading block. After the Eagles ‘ first day of OTA practice, they finally parted ways with their long-time linebacker, releasing him, in turn allowing him to explore the free agency market.
The move comes a year after Kendricks actually asked the Eagles to trade him after he received limited playing time in 2016 under defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz.
It seems he might’ve requested a trade again this off-season, too.
Per Cleveland.com, Kendricks indicated he asked againfor a trade this off-season and that the Eagles tried to move him around draft time, to no avail.
Suicidal thoughts began to fade.