Darren Sproles has been making defenders miss for a quarter century
7 days ago - By NBC Sports
Eagles running back Darren Sproles turns 34 today, which is ancient for an NFL running back: Sproles and Frank Gore are the only 34-year-old running backs currently under contract to any NFL team. So Sproles has a lot of experience making defenders miss. And today, in honor of his birthday, the Eagles revealed just how...
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