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Ack: A few minutes with Neal Anderson

Written by brady ackerman, June 13, 2007, 0 Comments,
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Neal Anderson had a plan to play eight years in the National Football League. When his eight years were up, he walked away while he still had his health even though he was the highest paid running back in the NFL at the time.

Neal spent a few minutes talking about making that decision as well as his impressions of the NFL today including his feelings about the new NFL commissioner and his no-nonsense policies.

You can listen to Brady Ackerman daily from 7-10 a.m. on ESPN Radio 1230AM (Gainesville) and 900AM (Ocala) and in the afternoons from 4-7 on espnflorida.com (1060AM Melbourne and 1080AM Orlando).

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Neal Anderson had a plan to play eight years in the National Football League. When his eight years were up, he walked away while he still had his health even though he was the highest paid running back in the NFL at the time.

Neal spent a few minutes talking about making that decision as well as his impressions of the NFL today including his feelings about the new NFL commissioner and his no-nonsense policies.

You can listen to Brady Ackerman daily from 7-10 a.m. on ESPN Radio 1230AM (Gainesville) and 900AM (Ocala) and in the afternoons from 4-7 on espnflorida.com (1060AM Melbourne and 1080AM Orlando).

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