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Lawrence Taylor, Life Coach, Offers Plaxico Burress Some Advice
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Oct 29th 2008 10:20AM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Giants, NFC EastLawrence Taylor may have had his share of off-field problems, ranging from an out-of-control coke habit to, well, an insanely, how-is-he-not-dead?, out-of-control coke habit. But whenever he took the field, there was never any question what he was going to do: go after the guy with the football with all the energy and persistence of an unbelievably gifted athlete hopped up on the llello.

With that team-first attitude in mind, I suppose it should come as no surprise that, in today’s , LT calls out Plaxico Burress for not playing well with others. “You’ve got to realize that it’s all right to be an individual,” Taylor [said]. “I’m all for being an individual. You do your thing. But you’re still not above the team. When it starts to disrupt the team, then you have to revisit it and look at it and see if you’re doing it right.” Taylor admits that he had run-ins with then-coach Bill Parcells during his New York career, but points out that back in the day that coaches always won those battles.Continue Reading




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