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trebon1038 (55)
This unfortunatly happens because often the players really have a love for the game and arent ready to let go. Joe Montana was an example of this...then you have the other end like Barry Sanders who left before his time because he LOST the love of the game. Goes both ways.1
numbah16tdhaha (129)
Shhhh. Don't say Favre too loud, tracy0021. I got cussed out one time for the very thing you are suggesting!3
tracy0021 (63)
Jerry Rice stayed way past his prime,and looked slow and old in the process.Thats not the way I want to remember him, but yes..as long as someone is willing to keep them on the payroll to sell tickets, but I think it hurts the players reputation in the long run. Brett Favre is a perfect example. He may yet have some good time left in him, but after last season everyone was screaming for him to step down and retire, and then he had to go and make matters worse by holding out on the public with his decision to retire or not. BTW, good luck with that Brett.6
IgnatiusJReilly (71)
Hey, how else will the CARDINALS fill their rooster??4
zuchinibut (29)
If anybody wants to play a sport, than who am I to tell them no. Sports are naturally enjoyable activities, and I see no reason why an older person should be stopped from competing. If somebody is willing to pay them to play, then why shouldn't they take advantage of it.2
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