That Eagles game where Aikman was hit late in the endzone and Gogan was standing over him ready to throw down was awesome and gave me hope that this team would indeed come together at some point.
If anyone can find a picture of that I would love to see it.
Kevin Gogan was a big goon for the most part but that moment sealed him as one of my favorites from then on. I was bummed when he left after the 1993 SB. He never went to the Pro Bowl with us but did 3 times after he left, with the Raiders in '94 and the 49ERs in '97 & '98.
Found this on Gogan's My Space page:
Hi. This is your favorite trainwreck Kevin Gogan. Played 15 years in the NFL along side some the the baddest mothers from her purple mountains majesty to the fruited plains and those ****ed up cats in San Francisco.
I earned 2 Super Bowl Championships during my stint in the NFL - '93 and '94. Played for a few seasons for Al Davis in LA and Oakland and had some brief stays in San Diego and Miami.
Warm weather seemed to be a theme of my career. I managed to get to the Pro Bowl 3 times - '94, '97, '98 - and I am the only player to ever get kicked out of the Pro Bowl. Here's the story about the Pro Bowl and my ROOKIE CARD.
Now I just like to goof off in the Northwest and stay away from the limelight, until these s from NBX.com got a hold of me to be their NFL Analyst. Listen in on the link below: If you have any questions about the NBX Fantasy Sportsbook you can send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
"Trainwreck" pretty much describes him alright. I guess he didn't like playing for the Niners.
Captain Nathan Brittles: "Only the man who commands can be blamed. It rests on me... mission failure!"
"Jerry Jones is a billionaire fan who bought his own team for the express purpose of buying his way into the game. He wants to hang out with the players, stand in front of the cameras, be the face of the team (yech), make personnel moves as if this were a video game, and more than anything else, be seen as the guy who made it all happen."