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From: William Cannon
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 12:29 PM
Subject: Love Bosworth
Brain Bosworth was one of the worst NFL players in football history. He couldn't run or hit, he just waited the time.
Sent: Friday, January 05, 2007 7:01 AM
Subject: Hate Bosworth
I remember getting him in the "Supplemental Draft" I think it was called. That was the last time I ever got excited on getting a player in the Draft...What a let down......I did buy his book though....I thought that was pretty funny!
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 12:25 AM
Subject: Hate Bosworth
The Boz married his 1st cousin and they have kids together. This is no joke. I heard it though a couple of his 1st cousins. A private investigator could find out easily. Don't take my word for it. He is a **BLEEP**.
This is the book Bosworth wrote:
"The Boz, Confessions of a Modern Anti-Hero."
This is what his teammate, Jacob Green, said when the team released Bosworth:
Sunday, December 25, 2005 - Page updated at 12:00 AM
Seahawks wash away 29 seasons of disappointment
By Steve Kelley
Seattle Times staff columnist
The bucket of Gatorade center Robbie Tobeck dumped on the head of coach Mike Holmgren on Saturday seemed more cleansing than cliched, as if, finally he was washing away all of the almosts and maybes and frustrations of the previous 29 Seahawks seasons.
All of the bad years and bad vibes from Brian Bosworth to Ken Behring to Tom Flores seemed to disappear in that cathartic rinse.
From: Dabney, Edward W. CS2 CNRSW, CBH
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 12:36 PM
Subject: The Boz
Brian Bozworth was a big waste of money The Seattle Sea"chickens" spent. He didn't do anything worth while. His movies were better than his on field play and his movies sucked. I'm am a huge Denver fan and everyother team in the AFC WEST used Seattle as a whipping boy.
From: Mike Haug
I never liked Brian Bosworth: all talk, no walk. He never showed he could
compete on the professional level. I'm glad he will be forever remembered as
the guy Bo Jackson stomped on.
Sent: Friday, August 12, 2005 7:23 AM
From: Rita Roach
Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2005 10:47 PM
Subject: the "Boz"
I read Boz's book 16 or so years ago when I was in High School and thought it was great!I tried to read it agan 2 months ago and thought to myself "this is the raving and whining of a spoiled college kid" Was glad to hear ,though, that he apologized to Switzer.
From: "DAVID WORTHINGTON"
Sent: Saturday, December 04, 2004 10:38 AM
As the previous gentleman stated I too watched the B.D.S.S. with boz. I knew
the minute he went the "holier than thou route" concerning the steroid
scandal in MLB he was in trouble. His hand caught in the cookie jar reaction
was priceless. Obviously his acting experience is the only thing that kept
him from stuttering and stammering for a quick answer. You could see John
Salley relished the moment by leaning across his chair practically in Boz's
lap to say "then what about your college records should they be wiped
clean"? It certainly wasn't a surprise to hear him say that his steroid use
was part of a team doctor's treatment for muscle damage. That was his stance
all along. Muscle damage is treated very effectively with a low level
steroid regimen lasting about 10 days. I had the treatment it was a one time
thing. Given his reaction I have to wonder If the allegations that he used
them were an on-going thing. With that said I am now and always have been a
BOZ fan. He brought a flair to seahawks football that hasn't been seen
since. Unlike the sorry effort we endure every sunday with the current hawks
team BOZ busted his a** on the field. And DO NOT give me that sorry analogy
of the Bo Jackson run. Watching that play 100 times Bo didn't run over BOZ
he ran thru a tackle that a man with his size and speed should be able to.
Given the angle of the run and the angle of the potential tackle the runner
has the clear advantage every time.
From: David Plutko
Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 7:28 PM
I am watching the Best Damn Sports Show right now on Fox Sports Net and Mr. Bosworth is on talking about the steroid controversy occurring right now in major league baseball. What Bosworth is saying is pathetic and I think it reflects his “persona” and his inability to discredit his own mistakes and their repercuissions on his football career. Bosworth is basically saying that he doesn't have a problem with the admitted steroid use because according to him, when he did steroids it was “part of the game”. He goes on further to say that Barry Bonds' records should be noted as being accomplished with the aid of illegal drugs; however he believes his personal accomplishments in football should remain intact because when he did steroids it was part of the game. This arrogance is only preceded by his contradictory perception of when records should and should not be retracted. Mr. Bosworth, you were and continue to be a disgrace to football and by saying that your personal drug use was indicative of the nature of the game is attempting to bring everyone else who had remarkable career achievements down to your level. YOU AND ONLY YOU are at fault for your dismal NFL performance, and although steroid use was and continues to be a problem in professional sports, your poor attempt to validate your NFL career will only continue to give you appearances on weekly sports shows and out of the NFL limelight.
From: Amsinger, Joe
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2003 12:10 PM
I couldn't stand the Bosworth song. I'm glad there's no more Bosworth.
St. Louis Ram Fan
Rick Ferrell, September 2003
jerk, jerk, and more jerk
Prentice Boyd, Las Vegas, August 2003
I have read all the comments about the"Boz" being a good person and very smart, but as a fan since the Seahawks started I do not care. I still feel that he is like a girlfriend that used us for money and the things that we could give her. Yes smart but still a user! He always knew he was hurt and could not play for long. So the hype was just a set-up to get us to believe. That will always hurt.
Vern J. Hansen, February 2003
My contempt for the man goes back to the game in which he was not allowed to play because of the steroid thing. I don't remember which game it was (Orange Bowl, maybe?) Seems as though it was for the National Championship, but it has been a lot of years, and all I recall is Bosworth's behavior.
He was allowed to parade up and down the sidelines wearing a tee shirt on which he had printed NCAA, National Communists Association of America.
The high school band from my home town of Stanton, Michigan was invited to perform at half-time. They held baked goods sales and concerts and worked for a year in order to raise money to pay their way to the game and were scheduled to perform at half-time.
None of the half-time festivities were shown on TV. All that we got to see was Bosworth parading around and mouthing off and a half-time devoted almost exclusively to talking to and about him.
I did manage to get a peek from an end zone shot and I saw the left sleeve of a band member's green uniform. I don't hate the man but I was pleased when he didn't last all that long in the NFL. Then of all things he goes to Hollywood. Is there no justice in this world?
There are millions of us who were never as good an athlete as Bosworth but we performed to the best of our ability and went about it without any fanfare. You must remember, everything you say and do has an effect sometime, somewhere on someone else's life. Even the high school band from Central Montcalm high school in Stanton, Michigan was affected by Bosworth's behavior. By the way, in 1951 we were champions in football (7-1), basketball (22-1) and track and field (undefeated) and we did it without steroids or pep pills.
Ric Perkins, April 2003 -- Oklahoma City, OK
To correct Vern Hanson. The NCAA shirt The Boz wore was National Communists Against Athletes.
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