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"I know I’m not going to make every block, but I don’t like to ever get beat. That’s what keeps me motivated. There’s always the next play to get ready for.”
(Alabama)...6'2'', 255...Dwight Eugene Stephenson ... Dolphins’ second-round draft pick, 1980 ... Exceptionally quick blocker with explosive charge off snap ... Recognized as the premier center of his time ... All-Pro, All-AFC five straight years, 1983-87 ... Elected to five consecutive Pro Bowls ... Started at center in Super Bowls XVII, XIX and 1982, 1984, 1985 AFC championship games ... Dolphins’ offensive captain ... Career cut short by severe knee injury ... Born November 20, 1957, in Murfreesboro, North Carolina.
RT @Broncos: In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, Gene Mingo, the @NFL's first black placekicker, reflected on the adversity he overcame in the…
Posted on 24 Feb
RT @thecheckdown: INSANE. When @NFL legends @DeionSanders and @BoJackson competed in 1990, they hit home runs past each other. 😱 (via @MLB)…