Found January 28, 2012 on
T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
Lawrence Tynes is an average-sized guy with petite facial features and the nondescript demeanor of a New Jersey stockbroker. Once he takes off his pads and helmet, Tynes says, no one has a clue that he is a professional football player. He could be the most anonymous sports star in New York, a guy who leads a Peter Parker-like existence six out of seven days a week.
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