If I had to choose an unsung hero for this football team (but I loves them all!) it would be Mike Sellers. I have a man crush on him, mostly because of his incredible play at fullback and on special teams, but also because he has a great story. Success, failure, redemption, it's all here.
I won't bore you with details because the details aren't boring. Sellers played at Walla Walla Community College and became the youngest player to sign a contract in Canadian Football History. He played first for the Edmonton Eskimos on offense and defense and later for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers while he repaired his career from an alleged drug charge -- later dismissed.
The official position of this website is that Mike Sellers is a worthy of a man-crush and unnecessary, unsubstantiated, and unverified attacks on him will not be tolerated. Enter unknown Philadelphia Eagles special teamer Jason Short (hat tip: DC Sports Bog). Per this article, Jason Short has accused Mike Sellers of spitting in his face on two separate occations.
There is absolutely no evidence to support this allegation. Sean Taylor might lob the occasional loogie but not Mike Sellers. He's an angel. An angel that draws its power from the devoured souls of kick returners.
Moving on, despite a total lack of evidence, the story ran anyways and this site feels obligated to respond in Sellers' defense, not that he needs us to do so since he can eat most homo sapiens in a single bite.
Second, I don't particularly care for how the Centre Daily depicts the incident. Some people might enjoy being spit on by Mike Sellers. Calling it an "indignity" is assuming that Mike Sellers spit is uncomfortable, or unpleasent. I'd typically reserve the word "indignity" for a real disgrace -- for instance, being Jason Short. For all Jason Short knows, Mike Sellers' spit is the hidden cure for the common cold and ugly-child-syndrome. Apparently Jason Short doesn't care much for kids.
This is what I think of these baseless accusations (scroll down).