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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Bill Romanowski
Last Sunday, Fletcher left the field for a play on Detroit's second drive of the game and was off for three more plays on its third drive. That's not a move he would have made a few years ago. It's one that is necessary now.
Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski has signed on as a minority owner of NASCAR team Swan Racing, and his health supplement company will sponsor the No. 30 Toyota this season.
Believe whichever version of the Ray Lewis story you want. It hardly matters.
They have been part of football for as long as the game has been played. They have ridden the evolutionary wave from leather helmets and single wings to polyurethane shells and four wide. They have been so ingrained in the culture that no one gave them a second look.
There's no denying the greatness of Bill Walsh, the Hall of Fame coach who died Monday at 75.