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I Just Felt Like Going Old School Today!

  • rathman_4444
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Definitely a fave of mine...

I thought I would bring this thread back for another go around!

Originally posted by sizzle86:


Who's the midget?
  • Rochi516
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Anybody got pictures of these former 49ers?

1. Doug Dubose
2. Chet Brooks
3. Terrence Flagler
4. Tory Nixon
5. Jeff Fuller
6. Keith Henderson
7. Ted Popson
8. Daryl Pollard
9. Mike Walter
10. Don Griffin
Originally posted by Rochi516:
Anybody got pictures of these former 49ers?

1. Doug Dubose
2. Chet Brooks
3. Terrence Flagler
4. Tory Nixon
5. Jeff Fuller
6. Keith Henderson
7. Ted Popson
8. Daryl Pollard
9. Mike Walter
10. Don Griffin

1)



2)



3)


I found the first three on the first search w/in 2 minutes -- Google Images is your friend
Originally posted by endz0ne:
Originally posted by sizzle86:


Who's the midget?

That was a great line

Jones
Wallace
McIntyre
Sapolu
Collie
Barton
This is Tory Nixon now
Originally posted by Rochi516:
Anybody got pictures of these former 49ers?

1. Doug Dubose
2. Chet Brooks
3. Terrence Flagler
4. Tory Nixon
5. Jeff Fuller
6. Keith Henderson
7. Ted Popson
8. Daryl Pollard
9. Mike Walter
10. Don Griffin

go to gettyimages.com they've got thousands of old niner pictures.
Still one of my favorite 49ers ever



He was one bad MOFO, tall, fast, strong. That Patriot game when he got paralyzed still hurts to this day.

I had totally forgotten that the game was played at Stanford Stadium due to the '89 Quake (I was at 278 Post Street, watching the I Magnin / Macy's windows shatter, my brother was at the World Series game).

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/05/20/SPGNNPU2821.DTL&type=printable
[ Edited by wysiwyg on May 6, 2009 at 11:49 PM ]
Originally posted by endz0ne:
Originally posted by sizzle86:


Who's the midget?

LOL,

Brent Mussberger
^^^^Actually I think that's Bob Costas, lol still with NBC 20 years later.
Originally posted by sizzle86:
^^^^Actually I think that's Bob Costas, lol still with NBC 20 years later.

You sir, are correct. Oops, my bad
As Fuller threw himself into raising his kids -- he and Leslie have three daughters in addition to Jeff Jr. -- the generosity of former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr. helped. DeBartolo paid Fuller's contract in full in 1990, the season after the injury, even though he was legally obligated for only a small portion. DeBartolo also contributed to an annuity that pays Fuller about $100,000 annually for the rest of his life.

That was important because of the modest disability benefits available through the NFL in 1989. Fuller received a line-of-duty benefit that paid an amount he called "not substantial" for 7 1/2 years. He appreciates what DeBartolo and former coach Bill Walsh did for him in the wake of his injury, but count Fuller among the many former NFL players disenchanted with how the league treats them after retirement.
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