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LeSean McCoy wins second straight Super Bowl without playing in either game

  • NFL 夜网论坛 Buccaneers v Chiefs Chiefs Buccaneers American Football With the Buccaneers' 31-9 win over the Chiefs on Sunday, Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl ring — an all-time amazing feat that eclipses every single NFL franchise in league history.Not to be missed in that incredible statistic: Brady's teammate, running back LeSean McCoy, who won his second consecutive Super Bowl ring without having played in either game. Not bad work, if you can get it.MORE: Robert Horry offers best congratulatory message for Brady after his seventh Super Bowl McCoy earned his first Super Bowl ring with the Chiefs for the 2019 season. In his one year in Kansas City, he ran 101 times for 465 yards and four scores, adding 28 receptions for 181 yards and another touchdown. But he only played in one offensive snap the entire playoffs, against Houston, and was declared inactive for the Chiefs' 31-20 win over the 49ers in Super Bowl 54.Either way, it still counts; that's Super Bowl ring No. 1.After Shady ended his one-year stint in Kansas City, he signed another such deal with Tam[......]

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    Brewers' Gomez among players to visit child struck by foul ball

  • ATLANTA — The boy who was struck in the head by a foul ball at Turner Field was visited in the hospital by players from both the Braves and Milwaukee Brewers, providing a bit of comfort to the player who lined the ball into the stands.Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez got a chance to meet with the child and his family on Wednesday. The victim has not been identified but was said to be 8 years old. "When it's a little kid, it's on my chest," Gomez said before the third in a four-game series against the Braves. "I get on my knees and pray to God that everything goes well with that kid."The boy was sitting behind Atlanta's first-base dugout Tuesday night when he was struck by Gomez's liner in the seventh inning. The Brewers hitter looked toward the stands with anguished concern, while Braves pitcher Julio Teheran crouched on the mound and grimaced. The boy was hustled up the aisle, treated by medical personnel at the stadium and transported to a hospital. Gomez left a message with the family after the game and went to the hospital before heading back to Turner Field. He said the child was in "great spirits.""I'm a father," said Gomez, who also signed the ball that was fouled into the stands. "It was important to me to talk to him and have the opportunity to stay with him. He was really happy."The boy's family requested privacy and asked that neither his condition nor the hospital where he was being treated be released, though the Braves said shortly after the game he w[......]

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