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    Re: Lowe on Colvins post-football career

    That's great for him, and a great example of planning for life after football. Thanks for posting that!
     
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    Re: Lowe on Colvins post-football career

    Outstanding for him, he is making the best of his fortune and keeping busy in a positive way.
     
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    Boy he looks relaxed and happy.. Good for him!
     
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    Awesome, I always liked Rosie as a Pat. It was a pretty huge injury that he battled back from, and when he was healthy he was great for us. Glad to see that everything's working out well for him.
     
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    Colvin always seemed like a down to earth guy. I'm glad he's settling into a quiet post-NFL life. Hopefully he suffers no long term effects from that terrible injury.
     
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    His friends on the Pats (Tedy? Rodney?) used to laugh about how tight Rosie was with a dollar. It's great to see him in such good shape after his football career -- a man from a humble background who hasn't forgotten where he's from.

    Gary Guyton (interning in an office at Georgia Tech) and Pierre Woods (driving his old truck with 150k on the clock) sound similarly focused.
     
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