; born December 17, 1976) is a former American football linebacker who played in the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals 13th overall in the 1998 NFL Draft.
A two-time Pro Bowl selection and two-time All-Pro, Spikes also played for the Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers.
After TLC ended with Lopes' death in 2002, Watkins became known as a television personality and an advocate for victims of sickle cell anemia, an illness she has had since her childhood.
Tionne Tenese Watkins, best known by her stage name "T-Boz," was born on April 26, 1970, in Des Moines, Iowa.
He’s not even to the NFL yet and he keeps doing things to make his mom proud (more on moms in a minute, though).
Here’s a string of tweets about Adams from Tuesday: Adams isn’t the only Auburn player in the game, either.
Today, we discuss Montravius Adams’ takeover of Mobile, a former Tiger’s voice and the importance of moms to football players.
In the 1997 campaign, he led Auburn with 136 tackles as Auburn advanced to the SEC Championship game where they were defeated, 30-29, by the Tennessee Volunteers led by Peyton Manning.
Spikes was named MVP for his performance in this game.
He has been team captain 13 out of his 15 seasons of play.
Spikes has the distinction of playing in 219 regular season games without a playoff appearance, which is the most in NFL history.