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Up close and personal with NFL legend Bill Romanowski

AOL Spotlight: Bill Romanowski

AOL.com sits down with NFL legend and 4 time Super Bowl champion, Bill Romanowski, to talk about his past Super Bowl experience, who was a better quarterback -- Elway or Montana -- and what he's up to now after retiring from the NFL.

While discussing his current endeavors and asked 'Harder to own the board room or own the huddle?' Bill tells us, 'Board room. There's something about the huddle where you can use your manhood.'

Bill tells us he stills gets butterflies and misses the craziness of the big game. With a legend like him, seems about right.

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Tim January 31 2014 at 8:43 PM

Is this asking which one he would spit on???

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PAUL AND MARIA January 31 2014 at 9:41 PM

Football was a lot harder back then on the players and there were less fines! You had to be like ;The Fridge: to make it, a man or a mouse, I SAY DENVER TAKES IT ALL, MY OPINION ONLY!!!!!!

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roscopike January 31 2014 at 11:11 PM

Do you remember the year that the Packers played Dallas in the Playoffs, I recall it was a NFC championship game and Favre was the Quarterback. The Packers scored 3 Touchdowns in the
First 5 mins. of the game, and the Ref's overturned 2 of them on Bull_ _ _ t calls? It happened to
A lot of teams that played in Dallas back when the Cowboys looked unstoppable. Do you think the Refs were that bad back in those days? And do you think this is still a problem today? And if yes how should the NFL fix the Problem?

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Linebacker January 31 2014 at 11:42 PM

Mr RoidRage.

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Terry February 01 2014 at 10:05 AM

I'm guessing that AOL wants to become like ESPN in sports. Looks for the most controversial ex players and interviews them or hires them.

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MARK AND LISA'S January 31 2014 at 8:49 PM

Bill Romanowski WAS FOOTBALL. There were so many NFL players that were dirty players. He is my most favorite player when he played football and Iam a New York fan. Long Live BR

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cmyers351 January 31 2014 at 7:49 PM

The need to quote this low life shows just how desperate our media is for material. I suspect the butterflies come from his inventory of illegal substances consumed over the years. The description of his play, his character - sorry, he has no character - and his person in the other posts says it all

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harolddundee January 31 2014 at 7:28 PM

And the hype keeps on rolling along.

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grgrytckr February 01 2014 at 11:40 AM

Jack lambert the greatest Linebacker that ever played the game!

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DAVE grgrytckr February 01 2014 at 12:03 PM


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Nancy grgrytckr February 01 2014 at 12:36 PM

Agree 100%....left Kent State 73'-74 before joining the team...6' 4" 196 lbs........used to sit in Carson's office watching films........wanted to play so bad.......literally changed the position at middle to where coverage was not only the line but back as far as where the corners would cover........look at some of the You-Tube videos........
Jack Lambert.....1970 Steelers Tribute.....Jack Lambert Tribute Video......................still the best to ever play that position for 10 yrs.....................

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Hello Joe February 01 2014 at 12:28 PM

Bill Romanowski's a joke he got lucky to be on winning teams a true champion is a quarterback like Terry Bradshaw who won four Superbowls with the same team and mostly the same guys.

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bashesr66 Hello Joe February 01 2014 at 1:36 PM


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