Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach and current ESPN analyst, Herm Edwards, appears to be haunting the brain of CB Brandon Flowers.
There is a lot going on in the NFL world today. Former New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez (released earlier today) has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder. Meanwhile, a rookie undrafted free agent recently signed by the Cleveland Browns has been charged with attempted murder.
Flowers is clearly monitoring all the goings-on and he surely has an opinion about them. But he isn’t going to comment.
Because the ghost of Herm Edwards lives in his brain.
Want to tweet so much about what’s goin on in the nfl world, but Herm voice keeps popping up in my head about that send button I swear.
— Brandon Flowers (@BFlowers24) June 26, 2013
Herm is notorious for his soundbites.
A couple of years back, Herm spoke to a group of incoming NFL rookies so he could relay some of his pearls of wisdom. Herm is a big believer that you play to win the game, you only need one house, one care and one gold chain and of course, that nothing good happens after midnight.
Check out some of Herm’s wisdom below.
Does the Ghost of Herm Edwards still haunt any of your brains?