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5. Many opportunities arise when people become famous. When people become famous, more opportunities arise in life, whether they are career related or not. For example, someone like Michael Jordan made a living not only from playing ball. He was also the face of Nike and promoted many other brands. Also, someone like Kim Kardashian can afford to dwell into newer businesses like fashion apparel and perfumes simply because she is famous and can afford to sustain and promote them. Being famous definitely opens many doors in life which would have remained shut had fame not been achieved. Many celebrities tend to embark upon the entrepreneurship path as soon as they achieve stardom. After all, if Kim Kardashian can reportedly charge in upwards of $8,000 for doing nothing but sending one tweet from her twitter account, then anything is possible!
In conclusion. Fame should be a blessing, but if not properly handled might become a burden. Maturity and exposure to a great extent determines what you make of fame, and what you get out of it. It can be like a two edged sword really.
Ahead of his time, the influential coach revolutionized the game through his famed and electrifying "Air Coryell" offense. Coryell's offensive genius not only changed the game of football, his teachings and concepts are still prevalent throughout the collegiate and pro levels today. After first becoming an NFL Head Coach with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1973, NFL offenses averaged nearly 45 more yards per game while utilizing his pass-heavy schemes, use of the tight end position became more prevalent, the dime defense saw its first implementation and the "passing tree" numeric system was adopted into the mainstream.
(A) The owner or lessee of any passenger car, noncommercial motor vehicle, recreational vehicle, or other vehicle of a class approved by the registrar of motor vehicles may apply to the registrar for the registration of the vehicle and issuance of pro football hall of fame license plates. The application for pro football hall of fame license plates may be combined with a request for a special reserved license plate under section 4503.40 or 4503.42 of the Revised Code. Upon receipt of the completed application and compliance with division (B) of this section, the registrar shall issue to the applicant the appropriate vehicle registration and a set of pro football hall of fame license plates with a validation sticker or a validation sticker alone when required by section 4503.191 of the Revised Code.
In addition to the letters and numbers ordinarily inscribed thereon, pro football hall of fame license plates shall be inscribed with identifying words or markings designed by the pro football hall of fame and approved by the registrar. Pro football hall of fame plates shall bear county identification stickers that identify the county of registration as required under section 4503.19 of the Revised Code.
(B) The pro football hall of fame license plates and validation sticker shall be issued upon receipt of a contribution as provided in division (C) of this section and upon payment of the regular license fees as prescribed under section 4503.04 of the Revised Code, a fee not to exceed ten dollars for the purpose of compensating the bureau of motor vehicles for additional services required in the issuing of the pro football hall of fame license plates, any applicable motor vehicle tax levied under Chapter 4504. of the Revised Code, and compliance with all other applicable laws relating to the registration of motor vehicles. If the application for pro football hall of fame license plates is combined with a request for a special reserved license plate under section 4503.40 or 4503.42 of the Revised Code, the license plate and validation sticker shall be issued upon payment of the contribution, fees, and taxes contained in this division and the additional fee prescribed under section 4503.40 or 4503.42 of the Revised Code.
The registrar shall deposit the additional fee not to exceed ten dollars specified in division (B) of this section that the applicant for registration voluntarily pays for the purpose of compensating the bureau for the additional services required in the issuing of the applicant's pro football hall of fame license plates in the public safety - highway purposes fund created in section 4501.06 of the Revised Code.
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Joe Klecko (Defensive End/Defensive Tackle/Nose Tackle, 1977-1988): A member of the famed "New York Sack Exchange," this defensive powerhouse had four Pro Bowl selections and two first-team All-Pro honors in his 12-year NFL career, all spent with the New York Jets.
Jim Marshall (Defensive End, 1960-1979): After starting his NFL career with the Cleveland Browns, Marshall was traded to Minnesota, where he would play the next 19 seasons without missing a game. Marshall's 282 consecutive games played are the most by a defensive player, and his streak is 58 games longer than the next closest defensive lineman. A member of the Vikings famed "Purple People Eaters" defensive front, Marshall earned two Pro Bowl selections.