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Old 12-14-2012, 03:58 PM   #16
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if you ever played with or against tanard jackson, it's highly likely that you played with or against me
Nope, but Madieu Williams, now that's a different story.
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Nope, but Madieu Williams, now that's a different story.
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Duvall, lol.... my college career was much shorter and less entertaining as I blew everything in my right knee, and as an offensive lineman you kinda need those.

For you Cuse?
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Duvall, lol.... my college career was much shorter and less entertaining as I blew everything in my right knee, and as an offensive lineman you kinda need those.

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ha, no broke tanard's leg in pop warner
i stopped growing in 7th grade, never made it past high school ball
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Old 12-14-2012, 04:37 PM   #20
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ha, no broke tanard's leg in pop warner
i stopped growing in 7th grade, never made it past high school ball
Almost the same story here, lost my ACL and MCL at the same time in HS and tried to make a comeback at V-Tech but never played a game for them. I did see Vick's little brother from the sideline though.

Dang man, I don't remember people from the Pop Warner days but I played for the Landover Falcons. (who oddley enough had the same colors as the Vikings)
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Old 12-14-2012, 06:42 PM   #21
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Yup. I saw up close some players, well known players, drink ungodly amounts right before my eyes. The quieter ones were generally the ones who just sat alone and drank more. The "partiers" were the ones who would nurse their one or two drinks all night while being social
There was a story in the old days (80's) about the Skins and the equipment room, shack...whatever about an on going card game and kegs of beer.Riggins use to tell it, so did Joe T.I think every team back then had something like that,times change.
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Old 12-14-2012, 09:29 PM   #22
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It shouldn't be a big surprise that alcohol use by players is fairly wide spread. That's usually what happens when you get a bunch of guys together right? Add in guys with a lot of money and celebrity status, and it's party time.
I thought given the importance of their body they would be more responsible, at least during the season...
I'm not judging them, they're under a lot of pressure and everything but I really thing the idea that this is some minor issue has to be fought, I really think this hurts them, physically.
You can't be a top athlete who puts his body on the line every week and pretend you're an average guy that can have fun whenever he wants...
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Old 12-14-2012, 10:47 PM   #23
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Thing is, the more money they make the less they have to spend. Free drinks all night long. Just let me put your name on the flyer promoting my club on Friday nights and I'll hook you up with VIP-VIP status all night long.
Thanks , that sounds great . What is the name of your club and how do I get there ?
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