Electronic Arts (EA) has announced the Detroit Lions running back Barry Sanders has been named the cover athlete for Madden NFL 25. Sanders beat out other NFL legends and took 58% of the final vote. EA says the game uses its Infinity Engine 2, which offers new features and improvements, including hard run cutting and improved blocking. Show More Summary
The Scotts Miracle-Gro (SMG) Q2 2013 Earnings Call May 06, 2013 4:30 pm ET Executives Jim King - Chief Communications Officer and Senior Vice President James Hagedorn - Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Barry W. Sanders - President and Chief Operating Officer Lawrence A. Show More Summary
Barry Sanders gave football a highlight reel every time he touched the football. Throughout his college and pro days he stunned fans with his electric play. But what about before he got to college? Thankfully (h/t Yahoo! Sports) a highlight film from Sanders’ high school days has appeared on the interwebs. Show More Summary
Pictured here is an NFL legend. Barry Sanders was such an incredible player and likeable figure, that he won the Madden cover vote over Adrian Peterson, and still brings rousing cheers at the NFL draft in New York. This is what NFL success looks like. Show More Summary
Montee Ball became a household name in 2011 when he rushed for 39 touchdowns, tying the record set by Barry Sanders decades ago. More recently, he set a new NCAA record for most career touchdowns with 79. Both impressive feats, certainly. Despite his intimidating resume, Ball isn't considered the top running back in the class. Begin Slideshow
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Among the news of all-time great Barry Sanders gracing the cover of Madden NFL 25, EA Sports recently announced two of the series' marquee changes due this year: improvements to the Infinity Engine and a new running game feature called "Run Free."Run Free promises 30 new ball-carrier combo moves. Show More Summary
Former Detroit Lions running-back and Hall of Fame inductee Barry Sanders is looking mean and keen on the Madden 25 cover, revealed last night on ESPN2's SportsNation. After a process that saw no less than 40 million votes tallied throughout,...Show More Summary
The legend himself, Barry Sanders, came up to the podium to announce the Detroit Lions' 5th-overall pick: Ezekiel Ansah out of Brigham Young University. Sanders got a hell of an applause, not just because he's in great shape and could probably play right now. Show More Summary
Within all of the hype taking place for the 2013 NFL draft tonight, EA has announced the winner of the vote that pitted current superstars against former ones for the cover of the …
Barry Sanders has won the vote between new- and old-school NFL players alike, taking the spotlight from Adrian Peterson to rush onto the Madden 25 cover with a 58 percent margin. I'll always remember Sanders as one of most electrifying...Show More Summary
The Detroit Lions may not win very often on the field. But the team has now gone back-to-back where it really counts: The Madden video game cover! Following in the cleat-steps of Calvin Johnson last year, legendary running back Barry...Show More Summary
Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders will be the cover athlete for Madden NFL 25. Sanders beat out Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson in a vote by Madden fans.
Legendary NFL running back Barry Sanders may have retired over a decade ago, but next year he will grace the cover of Madden NFL 25. Of course, the selection of Sanders was only possible because, for the special 25th anniversary edition of the most popular sports video game franchise of all time, the powers that [...]
Old school beat out new school in the vote for cover athlete of Madden NFL 25. Retired Detroit Lions star Barry Sanders survived six rounds of voting to beat out current Minnesota Vikings phenom Adrian Peterson, it was revealed on ESPN 2 last night. Show More Summary
Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders defeated Adrian Peterson to become the next cover athlete of EA Sports’ 25th anniversary of Madden NFL and as it’s always been in sports, the numbers tell the story. The long-time Detroit Lions’ superstar beat Peterson in voting that was organized by ESPN’s ”SportsNation” show, raising discussion of Sanders’ illustrious [...]Show More Summary
Barry Sanders will be on the cover of Madden 25. Electronic Arts and ESPN announced today that the Hall of Fame running back beat out Adrian Peterson with 58% of the final vote to land the cover of Madden NFL 25. Sanders will be the first athlete to appear on back to back EA Sports [...] Madden 25 Cover Goes To Barry Sanders is a post from: The Inquisitr
Barry Sanders won the cover vote for Madden 25, but don't expect to see his in-game ratings hit 99 across the board. Madden ratings czar Donny Moore has overseen the effort to make the ratings as realistic as possible, and giving the Detroit Lions' great a 99 in throwing power just wouldn't be consistent with that. Show More Summary
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Madden football franchise, EA asked fans to vote on who would make the cover of the latest game. Apparently, the fear of the Madden Curse was enough to prevent everyone from voting for a player who could end up on their fantasy team, making the choice clear -- Detroit Lions Hall of Famer Barry Sanders will grace the cover of Madden 25.
And the football player chosen to grace the cover of the 25th anniversary edition of Madden NFL is [drum roll, please] … Barry Sanders. The Detroit Lions’ Hall of Fame running back beat Minnesota Vikings present-day running back Adrian Peterson … Continue reading ?