Neat article on Chester

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  1. CT CSTM

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    Thanks for the story on Chester Pitts - I had forgotten that he played the oboe - a member of the woodwinds family that's not too different from the clarinet that I learned how to play :tiphat:
     
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    One of the more articulate cultured and intelligent football players in the league today...hope he stays a Texan for his career and gets back into the org. somehow when he's done
     
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    Double reeds are tough!
     
  5. False Start

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    Great read, thanks for the link. :cool:

    I agree, hes a hell of a player and person. I would love to see CP on the sidelines coaching for the Texans one day.
     
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    If you once sacked groceries can I talk to you about being your agent? I am thinking about a super Bowl commercial in about 3 years starring you, a clairinet and a paper bag.
     
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    Lets start with me and a paper bag, that's realistic :)
     
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    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/life/main/6508726.html
     


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