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“It is a very difficult thing to say goodbye to something that has been a large part of my life for over two decades,” Roullier said in a statement. “I can hardly remember a time in my life that I wasn’t lacing up and putting on the pads every fall. Through all that time, I have learned some of my biggest lessons, gotten through huge heartbreaks, and had a few of my life’s greatest joys.”
According to sources, the legislation could involve a 99-year lease extension and modification that would open more options for the city, as the current RFK lease with the National Park Service, which runs through 2038, restricts its use to “sports, recreation, and entertainment.”
“The guy is an impact player,” Mayhew said. “He’s one of my favorite guys in this draft. From studying all these guys, he really was a guy that it was really fun to watch because the guy gets the ball.”
“I’m just blessed to still be here and in good health, and right now, I’m in the process of fighting every day,” he told JP Finlay in an exclusive interview aired on Thursday’s BMitch & Finlay Show. “Every day is a blessing to be able to get up and give more to somebody else. After going through a tragedy like that, it’s easy to stay down, but I wake up and try to make an impact on someone else.”