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  1. Jack Bennett
    9/1/2016
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    Does Tony live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area at the present time?

  2. T.L.Constantine
    9/5/2016
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    i was one of those kids on the block, tho tony was 6 yrs. older, i played sandlot football with the great running back..never got close while he streaked by everybody, but i was on the field in amazement never knowing he was headed for greatness !!!!

  3. Jerome Hootie Reynolds
    9/5/2016
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    The ( Hawk ) and I took a picture together here in Maryland at the A few good men cook out. He asked if I were still living in Minneapolis Minnesota? I said yes! He said he hasn’t been there in a while. I said I don’t blame you for not being back. I said the last time you was up their you showed out, and broke that 99 & 1/2 yard run. We both laughed to tears came to our eyes. That Monday night football game went into history. It’s a record that can never be broken. It can only be tied, and then, he’s the first to do that. Congratulations my friend, and thank for your Greatness in the game of football that us Aliquippians love so much. Love ya to life my friend Your homeboy Hootie Reynolds God Bless You and Your’s. Thanks T.D.

  4. Larryz
    9/6/2016
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    Awesome photos. Thank you PG.

  5. Regis
    9/6/2016
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    Still the best college running back that I have seen and this is from a Penn State Fan. Notre Dame is still trying to tackle him. Hope you are feeling better Tony!

  6. Mike Shingler
    10/18/2016
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    Tony,
    I know you have a lot of fans, my brother. But, I have been watching you since your Pitt days. I am a little younger than you are(10 years). And I, myself played football being one of the smaller players, too. So, I know your pain! I am praying for you, because I know deep in my heart you’re a good, God fearing man! I am the same, so we have to lift each other up. I know things are difficult for you and your family, right now. But, God knows your situation. so, just keep praying, And, I will continue to pray for you, as well. Peace, love, and God bless you!

    Mike Shingler (DC metro area fan)

  7. 1/12/2017
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    Awesome photos! Tony is definitely a Pittsburgh legend, that’s for sure!

  8. Pepe Laphew
    2/21/2017
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    “That kid is rather small for a running back, but extremely fast and hard to bring down. If he doesn’t get hurt, he is going to be great.” So said a professional sports writer when I asked – since I was going to interview him myself. I believe that Tony was a
    Freshman when I interviewed him in the exercise room a at Pitt. Yes, he did go on in the pros – and indeed was great. And, a very nice person, too.

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