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Former fullback Gash brings 'toughness and grit' to coaching role

8:44 PM, Feb. 11, 2014
Green Bay Packers running backs coach Sam Gash during media availability Monday at Lambeau Field.
Green Bay Packers running backs coach Sam Gash during media availability Monday at Lambeau Field.
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Sam Gash considers himself one of the lucky ones, even if his 44-year-old body doesn't always agree.

Gash, speaking at his introduction as the Green Bay Packers' new running backs coach Monday, understands the battle scars he'll wear for the rest of his life from playing fullback in the NFL for 12 years.

Grit made him a two-time Pro Bowler, but it also resulted in somewhere around 16 to 18 surgeries. He missed only 15 games during his career, but name an appendage and chances are he broke it at some point. ...

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