Bruce Arians says he drank paint as a kid -- twice


Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians takes the field prior to an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz.

His performance also earned Arians the big title in Arizona, where he quickly turned the Cards into the NFC powerhouse, winning double digits in three consecutive seasons and another Coach of the Year award before falling off a bit last year as he dealt with the health issues.

Arians had a case of diverticulitis during the 2016 preseason, and was hospitalized briefly in late November while complaining of "discomfort".

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Arians said he was out at dinner in December with his wife when his doctor called. My energy has returned.

Arians was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2007 and cancerous cells were removed from his nose in 2013.

"Moving forward, I want to be a beacon of hope for others struggling with cancer", Arians penned.

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The Quarterback Whisperer was co-authored by Lars Anderson and is 352 pages. Arians did and he talked about it during an interview on SiriusXM Radio.

"Proud and excited for my book release today!"

Arians believed that drinking paint - this can't be real - made him more hard to tackle when he played in neighborhood football games. He posted a 9-3 record in 2012, stepping in as an interim coach for the Indianapolis Colts.

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"Now I feel great", Arians writes in his book. My fight is their fight. "This is my charge".