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I really understand your feelings, but I would feel guilty trying to coerce Tony to come back if he's happy with his decision to walk away. He's put in his time and taken his lumps. If he would prefer to devote more time to his family and to other pursuits when he knows he could make millions more dollars by coming back, who am I to try to throw my two cents into the equation. I have to respect his decision because it's obviously a very expensive one that he's making by leaving.

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Someone could tweet this to tony and some of our players.

OP, did you create this page?

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I really understand your feelings, but I would feel guilty trying to coerce Tony to come back if he's happy with his decision to walk away. He's put in his time and taken his lumps. If he would prefer to devote more time to his family and to other pursuits when he knows he could make millions more dollars by coming back, who am I to try to throw my two cents into the equation. I have to respect his decision because it's obviously a very expensive one that he's making by leaving.

I understand this completely PokerSteve. Mainly I just wanted Tony to feel the love from all of Falcon fans who appreciate him.

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What people don't understand is that it's probably not that Tony thinks he can't play at a high level, because he's still the best TE in the NFL in my opinion. It probably more to do with what it takes to continue to play at that level. We don't know how many pain killers he may have to take to play and continue taking them all year long to stay in shape. Those things have side effects that can play **** with everything about you. ... and no, I'm NOT saying that Tony is a drug addict or taking anything illegal. Pain killers are how most players make it from day to day. He might just be ready to get on with his life without the side effects. I respect his decision.

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Tony may be in his late 30s but credit his longevity to the way he takes care of his body. I've done quite a bit of research on him. It's true-you are what you eat

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