Before he was famous as a music industry executive (and notorious as a violent psycho), Suge Knight was a football (or handegg) player. Though he did get invited to the Los Angeles Rams training camp after college, he was cut by them during camp (but he would become a replacement player during the 1987 players' strike). Seeing that his football prospects weren't as promising as he'd hoped, Knight spent some time as a concert promoter and bodyguard, before founding a music publishing company. The rest, as they say, is history.

Of course, this site deals in alternate history. What if Suge Knight had, for whatever reason, done better in the NFL and consequently stayed there?
 
football (or handegg) player
Ah from the other side of the pound isn't it? call it gridiron at least,

Maybe he got an scandal a hit so dirty even at the time? Snoop Dogg might need a different producer and might chance the feud of coast too...might be enough to save tupac?
 
It's called football like Association football is because the game is played on foot and not on horseback, nothing to do with actual kicking the ball for either.
 
It's called football like Association football is because the game is played on foot and not on horseback, nothing to do with actual kicking the ball for either.
Yeah and come from medieval football was proto rugby/nfl as being mob activity. the handegg is the most way to spot a 'pretentious limey'
 
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