Sport: Csonked-Out

Jamming a chaw of Beech-Nut tobacco into his cheek, Larry Csonka jumped into a blue Chevrolet pickup truck and, with his older brother Joe at the wheel, bounced down a deeply rutted, brown dirt road to get a close look at 80 acres of Ohio potato and corn fields up for rent. "It's real good land," Joe said as they surveyed the rolling countryside in the fresh fall air. "It's got good drainage and you can see the good crop growing here." Larry nodded. "We can use the land," he said. "Let's take it." Before climbing back into the truck, he...

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