Second Look: Santonio Holmes
"The Chase" is an old feature from ESPN The Magazine, but after the events of Super Bowl XLIII, it's worth a new read.
How did he arrive at this moment?
Santonio Holmes is now part of football lore. To (somewhat) understand his path to that moment, re-read this old feature from ESPN The Magazine on rabbit chasing. (There's a video on that link too.) We've only seen Holmes' rabbit-chasing referenced today in The San Diego Union Tribune, so this is a rather "fresh" story, even for one that ran many issues back.
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