Former NFL quarterback Bernie Kosar jokes about Dwight Clark’s ALS diagnosis
March 24, 2017 - als
Former Browns quarterbackBernie Kosar chose to fun to ESPN radio in Clevelandabout Dwight Clark’sALS diagnosisby observant he believes a illness could be traced behind to when Clark was a ubiquitous manager of a Browns.
“We had a bad weekend with Gale Sayers being diagnosed (with dementia), Dwight Clark with ALS, we can make a fun about his struggles in picking players when he was here,” Kosar said. “It roughly creates me consternation if maybe it started earlier.”
When news of his fun started to spread, Kosar took to Twitter to let everybody know “he meant no disrespect.”
Clark was GM of a Browns when a group returned to Cleveland in 1999. He served in a purpose until 2002, though quiescent after a group went 21-43 in that time. He also comparison quarterback bust Tim Couch with a series one collect in a 1999 draft.
While he might not have been a biggest GM, Clark will always be a partial of one of a many famous plays in a story of a NFL.
Clark came down with “the catch” in a NFC Championship diversion on Jan 10, 1982. The far-reaching receiver’s game-winning 6-yard touchdown accepting from Joe Montana sent a 49ers to their initial Super Bowl coming with a 28-27 win over a Dallas Cowboys.
Monday,Clark expelled a blog postrevealing he was battling ALS. He forked to his 9 seasons in a NFL for what presumably caused a disease.
“I don’t know for sure. But we positively think it did,” Clark wrote. “And we inspire a NFLPA and a NFL to continue operative together in their efforts to make a diversion of football safer, generally as it relates to conduct trauma.”