Leonard Marshall joins Joe Lisi on the Weekly Blitz. Marshall played at LSU before being selected in the 2nd round of the 1983 NFL Draft (37th overall) by the New York Giants.
Marshall had an amazing career from 1983-1994 with the New York Giants, New York Jets and Washington Redskins. Marhsall played the game with great intensity and had an amzaing work ethic that allowed him to be one of the most dominant interior lineman of his era. Marshall had great speed and strength which forced double teams and allowed the New York Giants linebackers to fill the running lanes. Marshall had great hand technique that would allow him to put pressure on opposing offensive lines and create mismatches on the defensive side of the ball.
Leonard played in 177 total games in his career winning two Super Bowls with the Giants (1986 & 1990) and becoming a two-time All-Pro selection along with making three Pro-Bowls during his outstanding NFL career.
With all of his great accomplishments on the football field, Leonard has succeeded off the field as well. He is a class act and a positive role model for athletes of all ages.
Currently, Leonard is involved with Brain Unity Trust:
Our mission is to educate children, parents, schools and organizations about the proper prevention, identification and management for sports concussions. Our legal, medical and athletic panel covers all sports and provides the best diagnostic tools, medical guidance, methods and state regulations to ensure a quick return to play and to protect your brain when a concussion occurs.
To learn more about leonard's latest endeavor visit the website here: www.BrainUnityTrust.com
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