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    RIP Forrest Gregg

    The youngsters won’t remember him be ause he played his last game in 1971. But I do. He was a star as an offensive lineman when 99% of those guys were anonymous. He won six NFL championships. The last one was on the Cowboys that was an awesome team. The others were as a Packer.
    I know its fun to bash millionIre players but this guy was first class all the way.
    RIp Forrest Gregg
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    I saw the title and thought you’d fat-fingered “Gump” and spellcheck took control! Never heard of your guy, but may he RIP.

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    Don't feel bad, Thump, when I first glanced at the post, I was thinking he fat-fingered Forrest Griffin or Forrest Tucker or Forrest Whitaker.

    After thinking about, I remember him from his Iron Man days with Lombardi and the Packers.
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    Well Mudward, I guess we just couldn’t see the “Forrest” for the trees!

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    I had no idea he even played football!

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