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Old 10-03-2012, 12:46 AM   #346
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So I won't say much here about Darrell Green, because he is someone whom I would talk to when during the school events he would show up to. Once I got to know Darrell I thought he was a real nice guy. He just wants his space. Some athletes will sign autographs all day because they love the attention. Some won't sign any. Some will rarely sign some depending on when are where you catch them. Redskin fans, meet Darrell Green. I have a friend who met Ronnie Lott and ask him for an autograph and Ronnie acted like he wanted him to watch his car for 30 mins like it was such a hassle and a big deal. A lot of it depends on the Athlete and the time and place where you see them.
Thats cool.
I would like to think there are at least a few who sign because they realize what a priviledge it is in to be in their position and appreciate the fans.


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Old 10-03-2012, 12:47 AM   #347
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The limo thing is a joke rite? If it aint than let me have it. Lay it on me. Lets get it all out.

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Old 10-03-2012, 12:48 AM   #348
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Did you happen to catch the close up of him when RG3 was leading the Skins down the field and he knew he was going to have to kick another one? The dude looked like he was going to cry. I mean he looked like he pissed himself and just wanted to cry - he was so nervous. Funny thing is I absolutely had not a doubt in my mind that he was going to make it.
I saw his face - he looked shook. I was concerned by his demeanor because I could tell that he was overwhelmed. My concerns increased as the kick approached that right upright.

It's probably the right thing to keep him on the team since he made the kick but I wouldn't be mad if he were released. I have some doubts about his ability to focus under pressure after this game. As a professional athlete (or any role in life actually) it is very important to be able to use stress and channel it into focus in clutch situations.
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Old 10-03-2012, 12:51 AM   #349
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Watch tomorrow on the news:
Redskin great Art Monk found in limo with drugs and a prostitute refuses to sign autograph for the police officer. Lmao.


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Old 10-03-2012, 12:54 AM   #350
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So I won't say much here about Darrell Green, because he is someone whom I would talk to when during the school events he would show up to. Once I got to know Darrell I thought he was a real nice guy. He just wants his space. Some athletes will sign autographs all day because they love the attention. Some won't sign any. Some will rarely sign some depending on when are where you catch them. Redskin fans, meet Darrell Green. I have a friend who met Ronnie Lott and ask him for an autograph and Ronnie acted like he wanted him to watch his car for 30 mins like it was such a hassle and a big deal. A lot of it depends on the Athlete and the time and place where you see them.
Not a big autograph guy myself but in general my rule is if it isn't an event where they could expect that they'll be asked to sign I don't ask. I don't even like to approach because I know constantly having people coming up to me, even real politely, would drive me bonkers. Golden rule and all...

If the situation seems cool and it doesn't look like I'd be much of a bother I might toss something conversational at them to gauge their willingness.

Wow...we couldn't be more off-track here.
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Old 10-03-2012, 12:59 AM   #351
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Haha. We sort of got on track again with the cundiff demeanor thing. @ imaskin4life - dont forget about the missed chip shot to put the ravens in the superbowl last year. You KNOW that was going thru his head too.


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Old 10-03-2012, 01:03 AM   #352
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Haha. We sort of got on track again with the cundiff demeanor thing. @ imaskin4life - dont forget about the missed chip shot to put the ravens in the superbowl last year. You KNOW that was going thru his head too.


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Judging by what I saw Sunday I would have to guess that it was. Now if I am the Ravens staff, I don't fire him for just missing that kick. But if I see him standing in a puddle of urine with his lip quivering before the kick, he's gone.
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Lmao. Thats totally what he looked like. Nice.


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Former/current NFL players I've gotten autographs from:


1. James Thrash
2. N.D. Kalu
3. Charley Taylor
4. Bobby Mitchell
5. Jeremiah Trotter
6. Shawn Alexander
7. Mark Mosley
8. Doug Williams
9. Fred Smoot
10. Shawn Springs
11. Stephen Davis

Former/current players who refused to sign an autograph for me.

1. Donovan McNabb
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Former/current NFL players I've gotten autographs from:


1. James Thrash
2. N.D. Kalu
3. Charley Taylor
4. Bobby Mitchell
5. Jeremiah Trotter
6. Shawn Alexander
7. Mark Mosley
8. Doug Williams
9. Fred Smoot
10. Shawn Springs
11. Stephen Davis

Former/current players who refused to sign an autograph for me.

1. Donovan McNabb
1. Really good guy
2. One of the most intelligent players I've ever spoken to. I mean in terms of just talking about life, current events etc.
3-5. Never met them
6. Did you call him Tiki just to mess with him?
7. Have an autographed pic of him. Got it when I was a kid. Love it. Friend of this site. Has done a lot for us that y'all don't realize
8. Never met him
9. I don't remember signing my autograph for you
10. I got to fire him!!!! Yay!!!!! Good guy though
11. Did you threaten to beat him up if he didn't sign?
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@SS - about Mosley. We do now. Thats very cool. There are a few moments in redskin history from my childhood that stick with me. I vividly remember the kick against the giants in the snow that not only broke the consecutive fg record but put us in the playoffs.


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If you are a self-absorbed asshole who thinks he is the greatest thing to walk this earth and puts himself and his glory above anything else, it's easy to say no to kids.
Take it easy, Francis.
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@SS - about Mosley. We do now. Thats very cool. There are a few moments in redskin history from my childhood that stick with me. I vividly remember the kick against the giants in the snow that not only broke the consecutive fg record but put us in the playoffs.


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I saw that game when I was 11 years old. So long ago. We won 15-14 and Mosley's kick gave us a playoff birth. I'll never forget that game. One of the greatest moments in Redskins history.
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Fletcher is all about football. And he's all about his teammates. And that's totally fine. But he's not this friendly, gregarious guy really. He's not like say the Shanahans (Mike and Kyle) when it comes to everyone else at Redskins Park-the cleaning staff, the secretaries, the scouts, etc. He's not happily saying good morning, asking them about their families, seeing if they need anything, etc. (He's not the other extreme-Vinny Cerrato-either). He's just I'm here to play football and that's it. He's not into small talk, he hates, hates all the media stuff. It's just not him. But he fakes it well.
I'm a bigger London fan for reading this...thanks dude.
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I've met and talked with guys like Sam Bradford, Adrian Peterson etc and I never asked for an autograph
Same. If I ask for anything it's a picture. I go to spring training every other year and never ask for an autograph.
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