Found December 23, 2013 on FatManWriting:
Ever since he was drafted back in 2000 out of Northern Iowa Brad Meester has done something that few guys can say they have ever done. He's handled the football on almost every single play from scrimmage that his team has run--but for just a moment.That was his job as the center on the offensive line, but Sunday against the Tennessee Titans it was different for one play.From Bleacher ReportMeester is going to retire at the end of the season and apparently the big man had one desire before he hung up his cleats for good. He wanted to be the last guy to handle the ball on a play and not the first. So he got his chance--and he nailed it!He caught the ball in the flats on a screen play and took it nine yards for a first down. Way to show 'em how its done Brad!It's just a shame it was in a losing effort. The Jags lost to the Titans 20-16. Loading...
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