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Gale Sayers Death

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Gale Sayers Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Gale Sayers.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

We have lost another #sports #icon and true treasure as @ESPN just announced that former @ChicagoBears Gale Sayers passed at age 77…. 😔❤️🏈 (and of courses, who can forget the true story depicted in the movie #BriansSong)

This one hurts…rest in peace Gale Sayers. The Kansas Comet was one of a kind and perhaps one of the top 3 or 4 runners to ever play the game. Condolences to the entire #NFL family, especially Chicago #Bears fans. (Do yourself a favor and watch some highlights of #40 today.)

Gale Sayers- NFL HOF member passed away last night. I had the privilage of knowing Mr. Sayers. He was gracious, well spoken, kind and giving of his time and spirit. I will tuck away the photo of Gale and I for my children to keep. God Bless you Gale Sayers

To me, hearing someone died in their 60s is still dying too young. IMO. 80s, yeah it was their time but before 80, you died too young. Especially right at 60 years old.

And damn, btw above is about Road Warrior Animal, but as I type this news of Gale Sayers death at 77. R.I.P

Terribly sad to hear that Gale Sayers has passed away.

Perhaps the most explosive player in NFL history; the league & world are better for having him in it.

The Kansas Comet was 5-times First Team All-Pro in his 5 healthy seasons. Legend. We mourn with you Bears fans.

RIP Gale

There are so many words that our culture overuses. Works like: genius, amazing, awesome. And then there is the term “game changer”. One of the living embodiments was Gale Sayers. Thank you, Mr. Sayers, for doing it your way. Rest in Power!

Very upsetting to hear of the passing of the great Gale Sayers. I had the pleasure of seeing him play once Giants/Bears at the old Yankee Stadium. He had those video game moves.Until Barry Sanders came alone I had never seen anything like Sayers. #RIPGALESAYERS

I twice had the pleasure of seeing Gale Sayers speak. Each time I was prepared to jump out of my conference room chair and run through a wall for him. A true legend. #jayhawks #bears

RIP to NFL legend Gale Sayers the first time I heard about Gale Sayers was when i was in school when my teacher showed us Brain Song I got very emotional then I saw his highlights and he was a beast RIP legend

Gale Sayers was an absolute dude. Kansas boy, pride of Omaha Central. Laundry list of accomplishments, had his number retired. First Black athlete in the Nebraska Sports Hall of Fame.

But the Comet lives on as an immortal in our memories and the stories told forever more.

Gale Sayers was not only a legendary player, but was also my Grandpa’s favorite. He’d talk endlessly about how much he loved watching him.

Even in his last years, when he had forgotten most everything else, he remembered Gale.

RIP to one of the greats.

Met him in Canton at HOF workin Art Monk/Darrell Green inductions. He couldn’t have been nicer even engaging in conversation while signing a picture to my first born son. #Sweetness has always been my guy but #GaleSayers was right there esp after meeting him. RIP Gale Sayers

Gale Sayers ‘ book “I Am Third” was an influential book in my early teens. Made into the movie “Brian’s Song” with Billy Dee Williams and James Caan and makes me cry every single time ….

Nooooo. Gale Sayers, the dazzling Chicago Bears running back and kick returner whose injury-shortened career made him the youngest player ever inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died after a years-long decline in health that included dementia. He was 77.

I had the absolute honor of meeting Gale Sayers in 2004 at the Hall of Fame induction weekend. Such a great person and he was an awesome interview. RIP to the great “Kansas Comet”…

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as a family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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