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You'll figure it out. University of Notre Dame. He was a standout high school football player for Whitehall, which played in the highly competitive East Penn Conference now known as the Lehigh Valley Conference. Retrieved 4 February Views Read Edit View history.

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Millen finished his 12 NFL seasons with 11 sacks and 9 interceptions, which he returned for yards, and 8 fumble recoveries. He also returned 7 kickoffs for 72 yards. Tackles were not recorded at that time. At Fox, Millen came to be considered the number-two analyst for its nationally broadcast games, behind John Madden who had been teaming for years with Pat Summerall.

At that time, Millen had no prior player development or front office experience. When first approached by owner William Clay Ford, Sr. Ford, I really appreciate this, but I'm not qualified. You'll figure it out. Millen was the Lions' CEO for seven full seasons, from —07; during that time, the club compiled a record of with at least nine losses each season.

During the early part of Millen's tenure — , the Lions failed to win a road game for three years 0—24 before opening the season with a win at the Chicago Bears in Overall, the Lions went 8—50 on the road during the Millen era. Despite the team's record on the field, Millen was the second-highest paid general manager in the NFL. Whether he was dismissed or resigned was unclear.

Millen was named to the NFL competition committee on August 4, It started when ousted Lions coach Steve Mariucci was shown on the big screen, prompting a standing ovation for Mariucci and a loud chant of "Fire Millen! Former Pistons power forward Rasheed Wallace even took part in the chant during a late timeout in a December 16, game against the Chicago Bulls.

The "Fire Millen" chant returned in force to Ford Field during the second half of the Thanksgiving Day game between the Detroit Lions and the Miami Dolphins , [24] when former Lions quarterback and first round pick Joey Harrington often a scapegoat for the Lions problems led the Dolphins to a victory over the Lions, dropping the Lions' record to On December 9, , in protest of Millen's poor record, one Detroit Lions fan site, known as "The Lions Fanatics," led by owner Dan Spanos organized an "orange out" event, which encouraged Lions fans to show up at Ford Field clad in hunter's orange , the color of their opponent that week, the Cincinnati Bengals.

However, on September 24, , Millen's tenure as team president and general manager ended. The Lions would finish the season with a record of and would not win again until Week 3 of the season. On the January 3, edition of NBC's Football Night in America , Millen admitted his role in the team's downfall, saying he would have fired himself after the season.

Sullivan said the punch made him "see stars" and that he required stitches. Millen later called the incident "a good hit". In December , following a Lions 45—17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium , Millen once again came under fire, after a postgame incident with former Lions and then-Chiefs wide receiver Johnnie Morton. Millen tried to congratulate some of the Chiefs players near the Chiefs locker room, when he confronted Morton, who claimed that he wasn't going to say anything to Millen.

Yeah, you heard me. Millen apologized for the incident, and after he was informed of Millen's remarks, Morton replied "I apologize for what I said, but I never expected anything like that.

What he said is demeaning and bigoted. Millen was diagnosed with the rare disease amyloidosis in Amyloidosis occurs when abnormal proteins called amyloids, produced in the bone marrow, build up in organs or tissue. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 15 September Linebacker Personal information Born: Whitehall Whitehall, Pennsylvania College: Te'o played for Punahou School , a private co-ed institution in Manoa , Honolulu , where he had also attended middle school.

Te'o began his varsity career in with stellar play that won him selection to the second-team all-state roster as a sophomore. As a junior in , Te'o was named the state defensive player of the year by the Honolulu Advertiser and the Gatorade state player of the year. He received first-team all-state honors while totaling 90 tackles and five sacks on defense and rushing yards and ten touchdowns as a running back.

Te'o came into his senior year as one of the most celebrated players and recruits both on the state and national levels, landing on a number of national top ten recruiting lists before the start of the season. He received offers from over 30 college programs. During his senior year, Te'o helped lead Punahou to its first-ever state championship in football during the season.

He amassed tackles, including 11 sacks, forced three fumbles , tipped four passes and totaled 19 quarterback hurries. On offense at running back, Te'o rushed for yards 5.

He also had three interceptions, returning one 49 yards for a touchdown. He also returned a blocked punt for a touchdown. He received his second straight Gatorade state player of the year award for his play during the season and was named first-team all-state and the state defensive player of the year for the second straight season. Te'o was such a force that The Honolulu Advertiser considered just naming him the overall state player of the year. In , Te'o won the inaugural Butkus Award at the high school level, awarded to the best prep linebacker in the United States.

Te'o was nationally regarded as one of the elite prospects of the class of Major recruiting service Rivals. Te'o entered his first college game at the start of the second defensive series early in the second quarter versus Nevada on September 5, On his third snap Te'o tackled Wolf Pack quarterback Colin Kaepernick after an yard gain on third and 15 for his first collegiate tackle. After playing, but not starting, his first three games, Te'o made his first collegiate start in the Irish's game versus Purdue.

Te'o moved from outside to inside linebacker in as Notre Dame switched to a 3—4 defensive scheme under defensive coordinator Bob Diaco. Te'o led the Fighting Irish in tackles with , and was second in tackles for loss with 9. Against Stanford on September 25, Te'o finished with 21 total tackles. This total represents a career-high for Te'o and is also the most tackles in a game by an individual for Notre Dame since Te'o led the Fighting Irish in tackles for the second straight season in with He also led the team in tackles for loss with Te'o entered his final season as one of 10 players in Notre Dame history to record over career tackles and started the season eighth on the career tackles list for the Fighting Irish.

He had tackles in the regular season 52 solo, 51 assisted, 8. In the season, Notre Dame ranked second in the nation in scoring defense Te'o is one of the most decorated defensive players in college football history. In addition, he was named a national scholar-athlete by the National Football Foundation. In the BCS National Championship Game , Te'o recorded 10 tackles in a 42—14 loss to a 12—1 Alabama team which won its third national championship in four years.

Alabama took control from the start and led 14—0 after the first quarter and extended its lead to a 28—0 score by halftime. Te'o finished with 7 assists and 3 solo tackles. Te'o has total tackles in his four-year career at Notre Dame.

He ranks third all-time in school history behind Bob Crable , —81 and Bob Golic , — He started in 47 consecutive games, beginning with the fourth game of his freshman season, at that point the longest streak of any linebacker in the country.

Forgoing the chance of a professional career in , Te'o decided to return to Notre Dame after the season, [31] despite being projected a late first-round pick for the NFL Draft as early as mid-season of At the conclusion of the college football season, Te'o signed with agent Tom Condon.

He was selected in the second round, 38th overall by the San Diego Chargers , [43] as the second inside linebacker in the draft behind Alec Ogletree. My parents can come and watch, I can go home, it's San Diego," said Te'o on draft day. On May 10, , Te'o signed a four-year contract with the Chargers. Te'o injured his right foot in the Chargers' preseason opener against the Seattle Seahawks on August 8, which caused him to miss the remainder of preseason as well as the regular season opener against the Houston Texans.

Te'o finished the game with three tackles as the Chargers won. Te'o looked to improve from ; however, on September 23, , Te'o suffered a fractured foot.

He returned in the middle of the season against the Oakland Raiders. A few weeks later, in the Chargers comeback victory against the San Francisco 49ers , Te'o earned his first NFL sack by sacking Colin Kaepernick —coincidentally, the first player Te'o tackled in his collegiate career—on a 4th down play. Manti finished the season with 61 tackles, 1 sack, 1 interception, and 3 pass deflections. In , Te'o had 63 tackles, one interception, and one forced fumble. On September 5, , Te'o was named one of the San Diego Chargers ' team captains for the season.

Te'o was born in Laie, Hawaii , on January 26, , of Samoan ancestry. In high school, Te'o had a 3. Te'o also became an Eagle Scout in November Te'o told many media outlets that both his grandmother and his girlfriend had died on September 11, After receiving an anonymous email tip in January , reporters Timothy Burke and Jack Dickey of the sports blog Deadspin conducted an investigation into Kekua's identity.

On January 16, they published an article alleging that Kekua did not exist and pointed to a man named Ronaiah Tuiasosopo as involved in the hoax of a relationship with Te'o.

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