The New Orleans Saints 50 for 50 series continues: No.48, ‘Beer Man’ delivers

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New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Lewis returns a kick against the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship game Jan. 21, 2007 at Soldier Field, Chicago. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Lewis returns a kick against the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship game Jan. 21, 2007 at Soldier Field, Chicago. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images) /
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Some people will say dreams are great, until the alarm clock goes off. Michael Lewis may have a slightly different take on that. This is his story.

For most people at the age of 25, the childhood dreams usually subside into the current day reality. The daily grind is something that most working Americans do everyday to make a living. The idea of playing professional sports is no doubt a dream for many young boys. Some may want to be the next Michael Jordan. Others may fantasize about being Babe Ruth. Few of those dreamers will even sniff the idea of coming close. Michael ‘Beer Man’ Lewis  not only sniffed it, he inhaled every bit of it.

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