According to Wikipedia,
Nicholas Anthony Lassa, more popularly referred to as Long Time Sleep, was a professional American football player from the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana.Biography Born on July 11, 1898, Lassa was Native American and a member of the Blackfoot tribe, however some sources have him listed as a Cherokee or a Flathead. He was given the name, Long Time Sleep, by his teammates because he was so hard to wake up in the morning.
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