Lance Schulters recalls his days of "Tyrants" with the Titans. Schulters played safety for the Titans from 2002 to 2004, and is currently an assistant defensive backs coach for the Atlanta Falcons. The closest Schulters got to a Super Bowl was with the Titans in 2002, but unfortunately the team lost to the stupid Oakland Raiders in the AFC Championship. Schulters recalled joining the team as a free agent, and how his fellow defensive players became his brothers and helped him grow up. He said being a "Tennessee Tyrant" meant you just didn't care. You go out on the field and hit, bang up, trash talk, and back it up. He said the biggest tyrant was Haynesworth because that dude was a tyrant for real.
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Four years ago Delanie Walker played in the Super Bowl as a member of the San Francisco 49ers. His Aunt and Uncle, who were his biggest fans, attended the game that year in New Orleans. Tragically both lost their lives on their way back to their hotel after the game when they were killed by a drunk driver. Walker now attends the Super Bowl festivities to spread awareness about the dangers of drunk driving for MADD.
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