The Biggest Quitters!

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    Not necessarily a "quit", per se, but JD Drew when he refused to play for the Phils after they drafted him.

    Same thing with Eric Lindros when he refused to play for the Quebec Nordiques after they drafted him.

    The fucking NERVE of these pampered ass clowns. You spend your entire life just dreaming of playing professionally, and then your break comes and YOU fucking call the shots, like you're ANYONE yet in the pros?

    Ridiculous.

    I hate to say it, but Barry Sanders comes to mind as a quitter.
     
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    You're forgetting about John Elway refusing to play for the Baltimore Colts.
     
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    Can't blame him for that one.

    I wouldn't have played for Bob Irsay either, and he had an offer on the table from the Yankees.
     
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    Bo Jackson did the same thing to the Tampa Bay Bucs.
     
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    Unfortunately, Brett Favre is not on the list.
     
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    Naaah.
     
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    So, they each had two offers on the table and got the best deal they wanted.

    No quitting there.
     

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