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FOX News: Hall of Fame candidate Patrick Willis talks stepping away from NFL in his prime, would do it all over again

FOX News: Hall of Fame candidate Patrick Willis talks stepping away from NFL in his prime, would do it all over again

By Scott Thompson 

FOX News did a recent story on retired NFL linebacker and Nirvana Ambassador, Patrick Willis, and his journey to being 
named a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Willis dominated the NFL for 8 seasons and is considered by many to be one of the greatest linebackers of all time. In his 8 year career he went to 7 Pro Bowls, was a 5-time All-Pro, and tallied 950 total tackles. Throughout his career he was known for being a relentless and reliable linebacker and teammate. 

Willis has continued on with his passion for training and taking care of his body in his post-playing days. He has become a Nirvana Super Ambassador and has turned to Nirvana products for his performance and recovery needs.

More Patrick! Here is a recap and link to a discussion Willis had with Nirvana CEO, David Vanderveen, about his playing days and his relationship with Nirvana.

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