„Call me a queer. I'd rather hit than make love, money, or friends.“

—  Jack Tatum, Final Confessions of NFL Assassin Jack Tatum by Jack Tatum with Bill Kushner "It could have happened to anybody," said Tatum about the Darryl Stingly hit. "People are always saying, 'He didn't apologize.' I don't think I did anything wrong that I need to apologize for. It was a clean hit."
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Jack Tatum
jogador de futebol americano dos Estados Unidos 1948 - 2010
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