After 13 seasons with the Bears and Panthers, Charles “Peanut” Tillman is retiring from the NFL. He retires as one of the best fumble-forcing cornerbacks in the history of the game, knocking more footballs loose than any defensive back during his tenure in the league.
The Bears' Pro Bowl corner Charles Tillman was promoting his Cornerstone Foundation in a suburban Chicago runner's shop, when he was approached by a teenaged girl. She was the daughter of the store's owner, and she was just killing time doing her math homework, when she came across a problem she thought he'd be…
Okay, so this was less a gift than a brilliant play by the Bears' Charles Tillman in both making the catch and keeping both feet inbounds. But it was Tim Tebow's first interception in six games, and that makes it at least a bit of a holiday miracle. [FOX]