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Q: What Detroit Lions running back is nicknamed the Lion King?
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What elusive Detroit running back was nicknamed the lion king?

Barry Sanders


Was Detroit Running Back Barry Sanders known as the Lion King?

No he was not. I grew up in Michigan and have been a life long Detroit Lions fan. I can say with certainty that he was never called that.


What pro football team has the nickname king of beasts?

Detroit Lions


What is the reasons for the name Detroit Lions?

A radio executive named George Richards bought the Spartans (Lions before they were called the Lions), moved to Detroit and decided to be called the Lions because the Lions are the kings of the jungle and George Richards wanted the Detroit Lions to be the king of the NFL.


What is the simple predicate in the lion is nicknamed the king of beasts?

The predicate for "The lion is nicknamed the king of the jungle" is "is nicknamed the king of the jungle"


What is the name of Detroit Lions mascot?

The Detroit lions lions mascot is called "Roary"Home: The Lions' Den, Ford FieldPosition: Center (of attention)Height: 10 paws highWeight: HeavyAge: A Lion never tells...Hair: All over the placeSkin: A lil' furryShoe Size: Bigger than ShaqDream Job (besides being the mascot for the Detroit Lions): King of the Jungle!Hope this helps :)


Who was nicknamed king of blues?

It was B.B. King.


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king phillip.


Are Lions the king of the beasts?

true, lions are king of the beast.


What is the King Kong nicknamed as?

marissa


Who were the Detroit Lions receivers in 1976?

The leading receiver for the Lions in 1976 was Ray Jarvis with 39. The only other wide receiver with more than 10 catches was Larry Walton with 20. Tight Ends were Charlie Sanders and David Hill. Sanders was the second leading receiver on the team with 35. Three of the five top receivers for the Lions that year were running backs ... Dexter Bussey, Lawrence Gaines, and Horace King.


Who was nicknamed the navigator?

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