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Deion Sanders, a Pro Football Hall of Famer and former MLB superstar, talks about his engagement to Tracey Edmonds, and a suicide attempt he made back in the day, when he supposedly hit rock bottom.

This and much more in a revealing interview with Paula Faris of ABC News on her podcast.

Some highlights via Journeys of Faith’ podcast:

Rock bottom for me was laying between two and three women at a time, but you get up unsatisfied. Rock bottom for me … yes, I was bleeding.”

“Rock bottom for me was having hundreds of suits and not covering the pain. Rock bottom for me was having hundreds of pairs of shoes but couldn’t take a step in the right direction.”

“Rock bottom for me was having 10 cars and wasn’t going nowhere. Rock bottom for me was having a 14,000-square-foot house but never feeling at home.”

“Laying right beside the person who said they love you, but she didn’t even know you was in pain. That was rock bottom for me.”

So let’s check this out, and make a list of all the things Sanders had when he hit rock bottom:


hundreds of suits

hundreds of pairs of shoes

10 cars

14,000-square-foot house

Not quite sure how he survived. 

For most Neon Deion’s rock bottom would be a dream come true. 

Sanders says he is in a much better place now, and is even set to get married to his longtime girlfriend Tracey Edmonds.

Take a look below at Sanders’ rock, his fiance Tracy Edmonds: 

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