Submitted by gamerlive 1003d ago | interview

Former Detroit Lions Legend Barry Sanders Talks About The Evolution of Madden

The football community was left in shock when Barry Sanders left the NFL, and the country, out of the blue while at the height of his career. The Detroit Lions legend and NFL Hall of Famer returned to the field for the EA Sports Madden NFL 13 Pigskin Pro Am in Chicago last year. He was at the Super Bowl in New Orleans this year at the Pepsi party. Sanders talks about the evolution of Madden video games in this exclusive interview. (Barry Sanders, Culture, EA, EA Sports, Madden NFL 13, Madden NFL 25)

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jagiii  +   1003d ago
Imagine if he had stayed in Detroit for a few years longer.
YoureINMYWay85  +   1003d ago
He's aged well!
Magnagamer222  +   1003d ago
Played for 9 years, retired at 30 years old, a millionaire and he has his health.

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awkwardhamster  +   1003d ago
I love Madden. He loves Madden. Him and I should be buds.

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