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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Toby Mergler
Forty minutes into his first overseas conference call - after breaking down his game, the scoring system, how trading New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg would actually work - Toby Mergler asked his new developers if they had any questions. Yes, they replied. What is football?
Someday, Mr. Mergler said with a laugh, he may even have time to play it.
"He told me, 'Toby, you're as smart as any of the people that you're going to represent," Mr. Mergler said. "But they took a risk, and you didn't. And that's why you work for them."