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Thread: Ricky Williams retiring

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanosaur2000 View Post
    It was such a pity that Ricky never seemed to have the mentality needed to realise his full potential. If he had managed to get himself together, his good career could easily have been a great one

    Best of luck though Ricky in your future endeavours and thanks for the memories
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    Ricky's mentality is fine and it's just to bad people didn't understand what he has to teach...His intellect is so far passed the masses in which they think he was looney or don't know what to think..

    His focus is on the path and he's wasn't to concerned for a glitch along it for he has the awareness to understand what truly is important in one's journey.... And though may have stumbled a few times realizes the value of stumbling and learns from it and thus turns negatives into gifts and grows, with just a tweek of the mind.
    He is a soul who may end up with the understanding to teach those around him the true meaning of what the heck were doin here.....though most won't get it ....and it has little to do with football....
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    I wish Ricky nothing but the best in his post football life. Congrats Ricky, and thanks for the memories!
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    One of my all time favorite Dolphins, good luck man!
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    It's been one hell of a career, I wish Ricky well. He will remain my favorite player of all time. At least he has things he can fall back on other than football. Too bad he couldn't have got into the Super Bowl due to Lee Evans and the Bmore kicker.

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    Dude is definitely a square peg in the round hole that is the NFL, and is one of the few players who's vision extends beyond the game. But he's still one of my all-time favorite Dolphins, and I wish him luck in his future careers.
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    they should bring him back and he should definitely retire a Miami Dolphin!
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    I really miss the intensity he plays with..

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    1 day contract please. Make this man retire as a Dolphin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LobsterMobster View Post
    Dude is definitely a square peg in the round hole that is the NFL, and is one of the few players who's vision extends beyond the game. But he's still one of my all-time favorite Dolphins, and I wish him luck in his future careers.
    Thats actually one of the main reasons I respect him.

    I will always love Ricky, especially after I met him a few years back and he was real humble and down to earth when he spoke with me for a few brief moments. I think the next phase of his life could fulfill him for than football ever could, and I hope it does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WSE View Post
    1 day contract please. Make this man retire as a Dolphin.
    Why would he want to? We treated him like dirt.
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