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Mr. Irrelevant: Tony Burse

Tony Burse played 18 years as a professional football player in 4 different leagues; the NFL, the AFL, the WFL and the CFL. In fact he is one of the few pros to ever play in all 4 Pro Championship Bowls; the Super Bowl (Dallas Cowboys), World Bowl, Arena Bowl (Detroit Drive) and Grey Cup (Edmonton Eskimos in 1996). Burse came to the CFL in 1995 with the Sacramento Goldminers, moved to San Antonio (the team folded) then he was picked up by Edmontonís own Eskimos as a free agent. He finished off his CFL career with the Toronto Argonauts in 2001 but he now resides in Edmonton. This 6í 240 lb Full Back was a mighty force wherever he played and is well remembered to have made a difference.

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Market Drugs Medical is pleased to welcome Tony Burse to our ever-expanding pharma-medical team. Responsible for deliveries and installations, Tony is in a unique position to maintain the important relationships we have strived to develop with clients who are unable to personally visit our store. In fact, though Tony has only been with MDM since April 2005, many clients have already commented on his excellent customer service and caring, professional demeanor. Before joining Market Drugs Medical, Tony was employed as a physical therapy and occupational therapy aid at Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital. Tony is also an accomplished football player having played in the NFL, AFL, WFL and CFL, the latter with Edmonton,s own Eskimos. Born in La Fayette, Georgia, Tony attended Middle Tennessee State University where he studied Physical Education, Sports Medicine and Secondary Education.