Describe your most Memorable 1st Time NFL Experience

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  1. Goldfield

    Goldfield Formally known as BEERZ

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    I mean it’s a great story but it only needs to be told once
     
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    Goldfield Formally known as BEERZ

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    All I needed was Bob Ferguson and Ron Graves to teach me to give Keim a chance to fix his drafting issues. Before I call for his head.
     
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    LOL!!
     
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    I can remember my first 49ers home game at Kezar Stadium in the mid 60's, seeing the Packers come to town, and watching Bart Starr take the field from up pretty close. As a kid of 8 years old or so, it was pretty freaking awesome then, and just as cool to remember now.
     
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    Leroy Kelly as a kid, have never seen a better player since, covered in mud he was the browns offense for 10 years - NFL punt return champion, rush champion, could turn on a dime covered in mud, and give defense change. He wasn’t a better rusher then Jim brown, but was a more complete -player - passing, power, cuts, open field.



     
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    October 4, 1958. My first Chicago Cardinals game with my Dad at Comiskey Park. I have been a Cardinals fan since that day.
     
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