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Lions wide receiver Chaz Schilens got a tiger tattoo that covers his entire back.
Larry Brown Sports has the story.
According to Paula Pasche of The Oakland Press, the tattoo took 24 hours total to complete and had Schilens in the tattoo parlor on three separate occasions. While I don’t really understand the significance of the jungle-themed ink, I suppose it’s a good thing that the design isn’t nearly as horrifying as this NBA player’s huge back tattoo. That’s pretty much the only positive I can say about Schilens’ new addition.
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Chaz Schilens has struggled to latch on to a team in the NFL since being selected in the 7th-round of the 2008 Draft. He signed with the Lions just prior to training camp, and he has a very small chance of making their active roster. Regardless, while teammate Calvin Johnson is the greatest player on the team, Schilens has the most amazing tattoo on the team, and quite possibly the...
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