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Old 10-03-2012, 01:21 AM   #361
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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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Old 10-03-2012, 01:36 AM   #362
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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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Old 10-03-2012, 02:29 AM   #363
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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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Old 10-03-2012, 02:32 AM   #364
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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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Old 10-03-2012, 02:33 AM   #365
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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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Old 10-03-2012, 02:43 AM   #366
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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
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?
Why...? Explain please.
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:22 AM   #367
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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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Old 10-03-2012, 03:24 AM   #368
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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   #369
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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.

HTTR24-7-Skins Podcasts & Blog – Game Review: The Big Plays That Changed The Game (Were Actually Not All DeAngelo Hall’s Fault)
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Take it easy, Francis.
None of you ho;@'s better touch me or any of my stuff - or ill kill ya.

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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
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?
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   #372
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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   #373
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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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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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