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Discussion in 'New York Jets' started by matt robinson 17, May 30, 2018.
Sorry for the ultra crap quality. I'll try to find something better and go back and edit if I do.
Dennis Byrd always got a lot of love on here year after year after year, and deservedly so. It's not just because he's no longer here. Damn, that white on white looks snappy.
his book Rise and Walk was personally very inspiring for me. He was an extraordinary man. It opens with him discussing the play of his injury. difficult to read, like opening a book and getting punched in nose in the first chapter
I own it as well.
I was there too on that shitty day. Place was empty and w moved out seats down to the lower bowl. Unfortunately it was the same for us as for you. We could hear and see it all unfold in front of us. I never felt worse leaving a game as I did that day. We all knew it was really bad.
He could have been a great one, career wise. Shame that his on field performances arent what he's known for. Wish he could have played out his career and be remembered as a great Jet player.
That was the weekend after thanksgiving when Al Toon announced he was retiring. Maybe the worst week in Jets’ history
Lou Piccone 89
Nice pics but put the guys name, I know it's Cotch but others might not
Dedrick Ward 89
Rocky Klever 89
Rich Caster 88
And again, Toooooon