Detroit Lions' Sylvester Williams personifies Motor City ideals


Detroit Lions nose tackle truly knows the meaning of blue-collar work. For six months after finishing high school, he worked the assembly line at a Modine Manufacturing plant, piecing together radiators in his home state of Missouri. It was a good job that paid well, and his co-workers were good people, but Williams realized he wanted more from life. (Detroit News)

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