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Ice_Ice_Brady

High Priest at Team Bill's Temple
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Lol…wtf…this is from the NBC broadcast. Love how they threw in “BIG” because they were just out of other adjectives. Anyway, people in Pittsburgh will acknowledge this guy is an absolute POS and has never changed, making this one of oddest, most awkward moments for the seventeen remaining viewers of that game.

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203Pat

Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract
FaceThroughWindshield
AllegedRapist
AllegedRapistAgain
SuspendedAsManyGamesAsBradyWasForAllegedlyUnderInflatingFootballs
CrappyTeammate
JerkToFans
ThrowsTeammatesUnderTheBus
PlaysUpInjuries
ShouldHaveRetiredTwoYearsAgo
 

Rob0729

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I'll give the guy credit. Somehow he was able to completely rehab his image and make the world forget what kind of scumbag a-hole he was in his 20s and early 30s.
 

Pape

In the Starting Line-Up
eh, he peeled 70-90 million off the stillers cap over the past few season, all the while blocking them from moving on and finding a better qb because of the guaranteed / dead money cap hits... so he's got that going for him...
 

NormZauchin

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As was mentioned in a thread a few weeks ago, ex-Patriot receiver Irving Fryar, whose checkered career in New England included arrest on a weapons charge, "found God" after he left the Pats, becoming a Pentecostal and Baptist minister and getting a Ph.D. from the North Carolina College of Theology. However, in 2015 he was convicted of bank fraud and served time in jail. It would take a container ship full of salt before I'd believe these lowlifes who try to enhance their image by finding religion.
 

Chevy

Huh?
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As was mentioned in a thread a few weeks ago, ex-Patriot receiver Irving Fryar, whose checkered career in New England included arrest on a weapons charge, "found God" after he left the Pats, becoming a Pentecostal and Baptist minister and getting a Ph.D. from the North Carolina College of Theology. However, in 2015 he was convicted of bank fraud and served time in jail. It would take a container ship full of salt before I'd believe these lowlifes who try to enhance their image by finding religion.
Especially those who advertise it. Find God, change your ways and approach to life, find some peace and let it guide you. Wonderful - mor epower to you.

Brag about it and wear it like a badge, always making sure everyone knows, and I wonder if you missed the whole point.
 

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