Sam Sword

Infobox NFL player

Name=Sam Sword
DateOfBirth=birth date and age|1974|12|4
Birthplace=flagicon|USA Saginaw, Michigan
Career Highlights=
Retired #s=
Records= He is ranked third for most tackles with 265 tackles at the University of Michigan.
teams=Oakland Raiders
Indianapolis Colts

Sam Lee-Arthur Sword (born December 4, 1974 in Saginaw, Michigan) is a former American football linebacker who played for the Oakland Raiders and the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL. He played college football at the University of Michigan. He played for Saginaw Arthur Hill High School.

Swords' 265 career tackles ranks third in school history at the University of Michigan:
1. Jarrett Irons - 296 tackles )
2. Erick Anderson - 286 tackles )
3. Sam Sword - 265 tackles )
4. Ron Simpkins - 262 tackles )
5. Steve Morrison - 220 tackles )
6. Mike Boren - 212 tackles )
7. Mike Mallory - 211 tackles )
8. Paul Girgash - 206 tackles )
9. Victor Hobson - 205 tackles )
10. Calvin O'Neal - 180 tackles )
cite web|url=|title=Michigan Football Statistic Archive Query Page|publisher=Regents of the University of Michigan|date=2003|accessdate=]


External links

* [ "The Michigan Daily": "Dehydration behind him, Sword overruns Hawkeyes, McCann"]
* [ Sam Sword's Michigan Wolverines 1997 National Champions Football Pennant]

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