Detroit Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy has had a pretty impressive career (when he hasn't been injured), but he says the best moment that he had in college wasn't a tackle that he made, it was accidentally breaking Joe Paterno's leg.

In a feature in Men's Journal, which refers to Levy as "The Most Interesting Man in the NFL," Levy talked about the incident that occurred 10 years ago when he was playing college football at Wisconsin:

That dirtbag, man. We've gotta stop prioritizing sports over humanity. Just because somebody can throw a football or coach football, they're excluded from their wicked acts.

If you don't remember, this is the play that he's referring to:

The piece also focused on Levy's love of travel, and the causes he's become involved with while being injured the last couple of seasons. You can read the entire piece here.