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Old 10-03-2012, 03:24 AM   #361
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I didn't really fire him. He applied to be an analyst/studio co-host with ESPN. Panel of us met with him, watched his audition tape. Told him to keep working at it and didn't hire him
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Old 10-03-2012, 04:13 AM   #362
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Re: Redskins vs Bucs Post Game Reaction

Don't know if anyone else follows this guys blog, but I do. Here is some input on the Buc's game, and it shows what happen on the big plays for the Buc, and what happens in the game in general.

To most of the D. Hall haters surprise.. D. Hall had a pretty good game, and has had a good season so far. Safety play is our main concern at the moment, and this review will show you why.

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Old 10-03-2012, 09:45 AM   #364
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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
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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?
I got a picture with Moseley at the HOF in 2008. Very nice guy.
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Old 10-03-2012, 09:55 AM   #365
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Please send our thanks to Moseley for all of the things that he has done which we don't know about.
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Old 10-03-2012, 10:49 AM   #366
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Well in all honesty all he did was give some money many years back and was key in setting up the chats with former Skin Tony McGee while those lasted. This was after Charles Mann and Art Monk set up the intro to Mosely. He wanted to do more but it never panned out
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Old 10-03-2012, 10:49 AM   #367
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I didn't really fire him. He applied to be an analyst/studio co-host with ESPN. Panel of us met with him, watched his audition tape. Told him to keep working at it and didn't hire him
Its amazing how most of these guys make more money in a year than alot of us will make in a lifetime and yet they need a job when they are done? I know alot of them desire another career not just because of money but if it were me i think i would just enjoy my life after football. Try and live "modestly" with my millions since they do retire at an early age. Invest wisely and let my money make money. What is Springs doing now?


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Its amazing how most of these guys make more money in a year than alot of us will make in a lifetime and yet they need a job when they are done? I know alot of them desire another career not just because of money but if it were me i think i would just enjoy my life after football. Try and live "modestly" with my millions since they do retire at an early age. Invest wisely and let my money make money.
Peer pressure. How many young people know how to conduct themselves around their friends let alone being told how friggin' awesome they are by everyone they meet and get all puffed? I'm surprised that more athletes aren't utter failures after their career is done. Some psychologist somewhere should have coined the phrase 'Post Adoration Stress Disorder'.
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Its amazing how most of these guys make more money in a year than alot of us will make in a lifetime and yet they need a job when they are done? I know alot of them desire another career not just because of money but if it were me i think i would just enjoy my life after football. Try and live "modestly" with my millions since they do retire at an early age. Invest wisely and let my money make money. What is Springs doing now?


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He's been doing random analyst work on ESPN, Big Ten Network, and Comcast SportsNet last I heard.

Most guys want other careers because they're bored. Plus it's not full time work in many cases
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Peer pressure. How many young people know how to conduct themselves around their friends let alone being told how friggin' awesome they are by everyone they meet and get all puffed? I'm surprised that more athletes aren't utter failures after their career is done. Some psychologist somewhere should have coined the phrase 'Post Adoration Stress Disorder'.
Yeah you probably nailed it and i get they are young kids when they get the money. So maybe i should have said im amazed at how many of them arent more properly "looked after". I know that is easier said than done - i have a teenage step son that just shit away his graduation money before attending college and is now calling home for money every other day! So i cannot imagine trying to harness a 21 yr old with millions and the spotlite!

@SS - good for him i liked Springs. Thought he was a decent dude from what i remember ( maybe i remember wrong).


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Watch 30 for 30's "Broke". Fascinating.
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Watch 30 for 30's "Broke". Fascinating.
Caught about two minutes of that when i was dozing off last nite. Forgot. Must have been subliminal thought making me go there. I have to check when that is on again. Those 30 for 30's are awesome.


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pretty sure the only redskin i ever met was charles mann. he did a grand opening of a hardware store in howard county way back when. as a time frame of reference, i was wearing overalls. it was probably the best day of my life at that point, he was very nice.
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