Man that was lovely right?
Wetpaint ran a little blurb about the Kordell’s career today as well that we thought we’d share:
Kordell, aka “Slash,” is one of the most skilled QBs in the sport, making a name for himself while playing for the University of Colorado. He is perhaps most known for throwing the game-winning, 74-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass into the end zone to wide receiver Michael Westbrook in the closing seconds to beat the University of Michigan back in 1994.
After college, Kordell was first drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1995, and was a member of that team until 2002. He was then on the Chicago Bears in 2003, and played for the Baltimore Ravens from 2004-2005.
Now, Kordell, 40, works as a post-game analyst for ESPN, and officially retired from the NFL on May 30, 2012. He lives in Atlanta with Porsha and his son, Syre.
Sounds like a real winner.