Fitzhugh turns down Jets to keep job as conductor
Keith Fitzhugh chose operating trains over a shot at a Super Bowl. The free-agent safety turned down an offer to join the New York Jets to remain a conductor with Norfolk Southern Railroad and stay on track financially while helping support his parents in Atlanta.
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#1 Dec 8, 2010
Lets see, keep a job as a train conductor or go to a team that barely eeks out a win against week opponents?
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