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August 26, 2008


Bill Tsiu

The NFLPA that Upshaw took over in 1983 was an organization in disarray. Still reeling from the devastating effects of the 1982 strike, the union was broke, lacked the confidence of its own members, and had a terrible public image. Upshaw quickly took measures to address each of these problems. He is really a great man. /Cool widgets at statbeast.

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