AUDIO – Former Eagles and Chiefs defensive back Mark McMillian looks back

He’s one of the more amazing stories in NFL history.

Standing just 5-foot-8 and 154 pounds, Mark McMillian first took Alabama to within a game of the National title in 1991, then embarked on an eight-year career in the NFL.

McMillian joined the Eagles in 1992 with one of the most star-studded defenses in the history of the league.

He told Cofield & Co. why the Eagles always seemed to fall short of achieving their ultimate goal.

His most disappointing loss? It came with the Kansas City Chiefs when Marty Schottenheimer botched a QB decision in the 1995 playoffs.

 

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Photo courtesy Las Vegas Sun

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Now in his 22nd year in sports talk radio, Steve Cofield is the voice Las Vegas turns to every afternoon. Whether it’s breaking sports stories or insightful, thought-provoking commentary, Cofield never holds back. “Did you hear what Cofield said?” is a common refrain among sports fans around the West and the leading reason why no other radio group will dare try going local with a sports show from 3-6p PT.