On the surface, Herschel Walker seemingly had it all. As a Heisman trophy winner, as a NFL running back for 12 years and as the second greatest rated college running back ever, he had fame. As an All-Pro selection that the Dallas Cowboys once traded to Minnesota for five players and six first-round draft picks, he had wealth. And he had the megawatt smile that said all was right with his world. But Walker didn’t have what he wanted most – peace. “I was messed up,” he said. “I was all screwed up.” No one knew. The perpetual overachiever who was driven by childhood demons of being a stutterer and overweight—“Everyone picked on me” he says—spent his life proving himself. Then when his NFL days were done in 1997, his release and escape were taken from him. A couple of years after his last NFL game, Walker, in a burst Read More
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