On Tuesday, the Baltimore Ravens placed tight end Tony Curtis on waivers, in order to make a roster room a big-name player, who made one the most memorable catches in Super Bowl history in 2008. It was former Super Bowl hero wide receiver David Tyree.
Tyree helped the New York Giants last year win the 2008 Super Bowl game against the New England Patriots by pulling down a 32-yard pass on a third-and-five by trapping the ball against his helmet. His reception thus kept alive a drive that resulted in the game-winning touchdown.
However, Tyree was cut by the Giants and had to take off his Giants jersey last month after he played 73 games in Giants jersey. The reason should be that he missed last season and two preseason games this summer because of a series of injuries.