Andrew Luck might find himself as the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year, but there’s another redemption story brewing in Indianapolis.
It’s in the tight end room. It’s Eric Ebron.
After four up-and-down years with the Detroit Lions, Ebron opened up with Jim Ayello of the Indianapolis Star about his time in the Motor City.
With pressure mounting to be one of the best tight ends in the league, and maybe even in the history of the game for that matter, Ebron would see a lot of highs and a lot of lows. When the lows occurred, he lost confidence in himself.
“I allowed myself to get too comfortable, to get too complacent,” Ebron said. ”It showed. My game wasn’t the same. My confidence wasn’t the same. I was just young, man. I got into a world of grown men maybe a little too soon. I had to figure it out and take the long road, but I figured it out.


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