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| Bob Cohn
Posted on 11/22/2006 11:47:17 AM PST by JZelle
John Jefferson started laughing even before the question about those who play a certain position, his position, was finished. He knew where it was going. "You hate to say it's what the public wants, but unfortunately it seems like the more distractions you create, the more positive it is," said Jefferson, the Redskins' director of player development and a wide receiver of some distinction with the San Diego Chargers and Green Bay Packers in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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KEYWORDS: nfl; primadonnas; to; widereceivers
I wasn't planning on posting this until I read the excerpt below from page 2. Don't look for any Michael Richards type coverage.
"Perhaps being a receiver has nothing to do with (Brandon)Lloyd, a rapper in his spare time, composing a ditty called "Bad Child," which includes the lyrics, "Those crackers in San Fran act like they couldn't stand B; [Expletive], 29 mil later, now you understand me." "
posted on 11/22/2006 11:47:18 AM PST
There's a quaint notion. But you can't spell receiver without "I."
Can't spell it without c-r-i-e-r either.
Owens set an NFL record this season by becoming the first active receiver to be forced at a press conference to deny he had just attempted suicide.
posted on 11/22/2006 12:29:47 PM PST
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