Well, Skeptic, since this article WAS in the "Faith" Section, it's
bound to be about "Faith".You are stretching a bit here...why not
just enjoy the human interest story.(And beside, the Patriots LOST!
A heck of a football player and an even better man. Good luck to all the
ex-utah collegians in the big game.
@Vegas UteLet it go man.So a few players from BYU took some
cheap shots here and there, out of tens of thousands of plays.Get over it
already.Ute players are just as nasty...It's football.In fact,
Utah leads the Nation (Top Ten) in personal fouls and has more players ejected
than BYU ever does.
so being a Mormon, how will this distinguish his presents and performance on the
field. What religion are the other players, and is their religion less
meaningful, and what about those players of no faith, will bad things happen to
them. Should the fans cheer for the players based on their religion. Perhaps,
they should wear a religious insignia on their uniform like in the days of the
Way to go Trevor. The best of luck in the Superbowl and beyond. Especially in
family and spiritual matters. From an avid BYU fan.
Trevor Reilly is a PHENOMENAL human being. I know him personally. I can tell you
he is the real deal. He is a humble, smart and spiritual MAN that the rest of
the league to learn a few things from. You're only seeing the beginning of
this 30 year old. His real mark will be made after Football.
@ VegasUte - Las Vegas, NV - Jan. 30, 2018 11:33 a.m. - "@65TossPowerTrap:
Perhaps if byu players tackled more football players instead of looking for
cheap shots - they would actually be on an NFL team, practice squad or
not."What's the matter? Can't take a little teasing?
If 65tosspowertrap had actually played the game on a higher level, he would
understand that the more you play, the better chance you have of making bad and
good plays. Looking at all the players and hope to be players, it's a great
thing to even make a pro practice squad. Great to see a pro player that's
still a family man.
All else pales in comparison ,"his second daughter Shayn, then
only 9 months old, had kidney cancer. Doctors removed the kidney and the child
endured chemotherapy. She is now 100 percent healthy and doing well, Reilly
@65TossPowerTrap:Perhaps if byu players tackled more football
players instead of looking for cheap shots - they would actually be on an NFL
team, practice squad or not.Go Utes!
Good to know Trevor is on the winning Patriots team and getting paid to sit in a
front row seat! You can't beat that combination on Super Bowl Sunday, right
Trevor? One more note. Both teams going to the Super Bowl honored
our veterans, our flag and our nation by standing for our national anthem - All
season long. Karma.
Perhaps if Reilly tackled more football players and less referees - he
wouldn't be a serial practice player.
Living the dream for as long as it lasts....The nine to five daily
grind can always wait.
I will always remember Reilly walking onto the filed on senior day with his
daughter on his shoulders. An awesome moment for sure.Way to go