Decision hurts, but it may help -- th...

Decision hurts, but it may help -- themorningcall.com

There are 2 comments on the The Morning Call story from Aug 22, 2007, titled Decision hurts, but it may help -- themorningcall.com. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Jim Johnson, the Eagles' grizzled defensive coordinator, put his arm around Jeremiah Trotter and spoke with him for a moment or two, then walked away.

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Hot to Trot

Kingston, NY

#1 Aug 22, 2007
Trot was the man. Was. He is a great dude and will be sorely missed. I hope for the sake of his future health that he retires because all that running on bad knees takes its toll after a while.(and I just don't want to see him in anything but Green.) Tough call by the organization, but I think it was the right one and it was done right by all parties. Now lets go get a ring in honor of Trot.

fatboy2

“rockin pandas”

Since: Mar 07

Whitehall

#2 Aug 22, 2007
My son met him in Hellertown and said he was a really nice guy to him.

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