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Jacques of all trades

exodus

Well-Known Member
#1
From the chargers site, in case anyone hadn't seen this:)

http://www.chargers.com/news/headlines/cesaire-the-backup.htm

“I believe in this team and this organization,” Cesaire said. “We’re brothers on this team and we root for each other. If Igor or Lou or Jamal makes a big play, we’re all laughing and high-fiving. We know how hard we work and when one of us makes a good play, we all feel good. We want to win a Super Bowl. That’s how it is here. On other teams, guys might not want to accept their role. They have a bad locker room and you can see it on the field.”
They wrote some nice things about my boy. My adopted charger has had to fill in some big shoes. Nice to see him get some props:tup:
 
#3
One of the "unsung heroes" who thinks of team rather than self! We need guys like him who show up and play ball. Glad he is finally getting recognized. Way to go Jacques. :icon_banana:
 
#5
exodus said:
From the chargers site, in case anyone hadn't seen this:)

http://www.chargers.com/news/headlines/cesaire-the-backup.htm



They wrote some nice things about my boy. My adopted charger has had to fill in some big shoes. Nice to see him get some props:tup:

Yeah... I've always liked Blacque Jacques. I think he's a very solid second stringer. You have to love the attitude of the chargers.... it really is the tightest knit group of players I've ever seen. It will translate into a championship.
 

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