football player

  1. an athlete who plays American football
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How To Use football player In A Sentence

  • We're trying to bring along several promising young football player.
  • He is cut out for a football player.
  • This fable is serve accentuated by a actuality which a single of Coach Troppmanns teenage football players attended all those camps in Booneville, California as great as expected was sleeping in a nearby cabin when Bryant as great as McKay were figuring out how to change a world. Excerpt from PIGSKIN WARRIORS: 140 YEARS OF THE GAMES GREATEST ...
  • What do large athletes like bodybuilders and football players have in common?
  • Given that the DA will see his chances for re-election dwindle if he/she is perceived to be soft on a multiple felony slam-dunk conviction case against a spoiled, arrogant, crime-committing, room-temperature-IQ behemoth, I suspect the moron in question (e.g., the football player), after considerable wheeling and dealing by his zealous defense attorney -- who is just doing his job, will likely receive felony deferred adjudication from the appropriate court. No Prison for Plaxico?
  • We're trying to bring along several promising young football player.
  • coach He's the best football player I've ever coached.
  • He told the court he earned £500 a week as a semi-professional football player but had loans and debts and had moved back into his mother's house in Headingley, Leeds.
  • The boy is showing great promise as a football player.
  • In those days, few football players lifted weights because it was considered vain and because they feared becoming "musclebound" and losing their speed. Stan Jones, 78, Hall of Fame lineman with the Chicago Bears; all-American at U-Md., dies
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