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Which States NFL Players Were Born In: Players Who Have Been On An NFL Team Any Time Since 2002.


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8 hours ago, Nolebull813 said:

This list is stupid because tons of players were born in a state and then moved when they were very young. 

This post is stupid because moving to another state doesn't change where you were born no matter when you moved..

Lots of Katrina football kids moved to Texas and they counted in "where they went to high school" for Texas......

Don't be a crybaby because California is #1.........it's a huge state.

 

PS: wearing that mask or lying about wearing a mask, twitter reject? smdh

 

 

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36 minutes ago, Atticus Finch said:

Exactly.

The list is titled where they were born.

This is not difficult.

Everything is difficult for trumptards. They still think the election was rigged.

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1 hour ago, Atticus Finch said:

Exactly.

The list is titled where they were born.

This is not difficult.

....nolescab813 freaks out every single time when Florida is not #1 on any list or gets crushed/loses an OOS football game.

That goofy twitter reject is totally serious about this "state vs state" thing. He doesn't care about anything else when it comes to sports.

Such a wasted life.....

 

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Alan Faneca comes to mind. Faneca was just inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame this year.......he was born in New Orleans and started his sports career at John Curtis before moving to the Houston area......Faneca would return to Louisiana and become a star at LSU after high school.

Lamar High School in Houston claims Faneca, but he was still BORN in New  Orleans. 😃

Early years

"Faneca attended historic John Curtis Christian School in River Ridge, La. from 1987-1990. While attending John Curtis Christian School he played football and basketball for the 27-time state champions while in middle and junior high school. Faneca then attended Lamar Consolidated High School in Rosenberg, Texas, lettering in football and track. He was an All-Greater Houston, Orlando Sentinel All-South, and Touchdown Club of Houston player of the year. Faneca began having seizures, which were later diagnosed as epilepsy, at age 15. He started on medication to control it and was able to continue playing football."

 

On Alan Faneca's Hall of Fame Bio.

https://www.profootballhof.com/players/alan-faneca/

(LOUISIANA STATE)...6'4'', 322...STEELERS’ FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICK (26TH PLAYER OVERALL) IN 1998 … EARNED ALL-ROOKIE ACCLAIM … KEY LEADER OF STEELERS TEAM THAT CAPTURED FOUR DIVISION TITLES, POST 10-PLUS WINS FIVE TIMES … VETERAN LEADERSHIP INTEGRAL TO JETS PLAYOFF RUN TO REACH AFC CHAMPIONSHIP, 2009 … ALL-PRO SIX TIMES … ALL-AFC SEVEN STRAIGHT SEASONS … NINE PRO BOWLS … NFL’S ALL-DECADE TEAM OF THE 2000S … BORN DECEMBER 7, 1976 IN NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.

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It’s a stupid list. What next? Where they played youth ball? Tim Tebow was born in the Philippines when his parents were on missionary trips out there. So why not the shoutout to The Philippines for producing the first Sophomore to ever win the Heisman Trophy? Fucking America couldn’t even do that. shoutout to Makati! When you need Heisman trophy winners you head to Makati!!! 

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I didn’t say I didn’t understand what the list was. I said it was a stupid list. Who cares what hospital you were in when your mom popped you out? So the city/state gets credit just for delivering you out of your moms puss. Ok. If that’s impressive to some then have at it. 

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Colt McCoy was born in Hobbs New Mexico. His Texan mom and dad had work in Hobbs and his mom eventually gave birth before they went back to TX. There was a story his dad brought dirt in a box from Texas so his son could be “born over Texas soil” immediately went back to Texas as a baby. 

funny story. Shout out to little ole Hobbs New Mexico! They should have a statute of Colt McCoy. Not too many New Mexico cities/towns could produce the Maxwell Award winner, the Davey O Brien winner, Walter Camp winner, Manning award winner, the Big 12 offensive player of the year and the 2X Walter Camp award winner!  
 

Hobbs is directly responsible for the Fiesta Bowl MVP, Holiday Bowl MVP and Alamo Bowl MVP. 
 

Hobbs should be proud their native son has his number 12 jersey retired by the University of Texas!!! 

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54 minutes ago, Nolebull813 said:

Tim Tebow was born in the Philippines when his parents were on missionary trips out there. So why not the shoutout to The Philippines for producing the first Sophomore to ever win the Heisman Trophy?

Had Tim Tebow NOT been ONE of the greatest NFL FLOPS ever you would have heard more about the Philippines.

Tim Tebow's Heisman BIO doesn't shy away from the fact he was born in the Philippines, you galactically stupid person!

Tebow, the youngest of five children, was born on in Makati City in the Philippines, making him one of three Heisman winners to be born outside of the U.S. (the other two being Robert Griffin III and Frank Sinkwich).

https://www.heisman.com/heisman-winners/tim-tebow/

 

 

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