Payton's perspective

Jenkins, Chris
February 1999
Sporting News;02/15/99, Vol. 223 Issue 7, p25
Reports on a news conference held by Hall of Famer running back Walter Payton to announce that he is stricken with a rare liver disease. Comparison with a news conference held by basketball star Karl Malone; Payton's message to his friends.


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