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 Post subject: 2062 Retirements
PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2021 6:54 am 

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Jeff Fulton RB drafted 1.28 in 2051--- an all-time great of the High HoleRecog and low Elusiveness variety, perhaps related to Butch Fulton 2010s. As a starter for FAR for his first 7 seven seasons he had more than 3000 carries and 13K yards including POs. He was the tireless soldier during our rebuild and the centerpiece of our O when we started to contend. Recordholder for rushing yards in a regular season with 2291. 2nd all time in rushing yards at 15,402. He was Holzer with more meat on him and we ruthlessly traded him when drafting Holzer. He had 2 more excellent seasons in Santa Cruz and even played for rival MIA last season to spite us. Safe to say there is no Curse of 370 in FOF and he was a player that identified us as a team like few can.

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 Post subject: Re: 2062 Retirements
PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2021 12:26 pm 
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SLB Chase Lyon: Originally drafted by the Brawlers in 2051. After four years, Brooklyn could not afford him and let him earn his money on free agency. The Inferno picked him up and he served them well for five years. We brought it back home with Chase to retire a Brawler after letting him leave.

C Victor Stoddard: Drafted in the third round with TE Burns and DE Springer drafted before him in the Brawler 2049 draft class. (one of our best). He always had the big shoes to fill of Raymond Spurgeon, but being 6-6 296 helped. Another great Brawler center and will be missed.

On the subject of the 2049 draft class:

OT Efrain Ansell: Brooklyn was trying to decide who to take with the sixth overall pick. The Brawlers took DE Wade Springer, but Ansell was a close second. He went on to be one of the best OT's the CFL has had.

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 Post subject: Re: 2062 Retirements
PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2021 1:21 pm 
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DE Riley Gray - The heart and soul of Detroit's defense for nearly a decade. We were able to keep him a few more years to mentor our crop of three(!) promising defensive linemen and it looks like it was the right decision. 2056-2059 showcased his chemistry with DE Gradkowski even if it was overshadowed by LVS' DE Johnstone and DE Anagnostis.

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