Being Justin Tucker

Tucker lines up

Two teams square off for nearly 60 minutes fighting each other, the elements and through the pain of injuries in order to secure the win.

The game is close and winds down to the final seconds. One play, one kick will define the victors and the losers.

Millions of eyes descend upon the player with the cleanest uniform on the field – the kicker.

His teammates say next to nothing to him leaving him alone in thought and hopefully in focus.

Opponents try to disrupt his concentration and his rhythm. They want to inject emotion into a body trying to find an emotionless state.

What goes through that kicker’s mind?

Remember your nervousness as a fan as the Ravens prepared to kick a walk off field goal in the second overtime period in Denver during the Divisional Playoff Game last season. Imagine if you were a 23-year-old rookie in that situation.

Imagine if you were Justin Tucker.

On June 4 at The Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards fans will have a chance to meet Justin, to understand what makes him tick and to really get inside the mind of an NFL placekicker facing such intense pressure.

You can also learn more about Justin Tucker the man. You will laugh at this extraordinarily funny locker room prankster. You will admire his community centric ways and you will always remember this night when No. 9 perhaps jumps to No.1 in your heart across the landscape of Ravens players.

Enjoy an evening with Justin Tucker in a venue that offers so much – The Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards.

Together the two will deliver a memory that will last a lifetime.

Click here for event details

 

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Tony is 24x7 Networks, LLC's founder (the parent of EutawStreetReport.com and RussellStreetReport.com) His work has been featured on various sports websites and he is a regular guest on 105.7 The Fan. A diehard Fab Four fan, Tony is a frustrated musician who thinks beating on the steering wheel is akin...more

3 Raves on “Being Justin Tucker

  1. DeputyDawg on said:

    BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ……..Yea, and I’m a better MLB than Ray Lewis, just ask me !!!!!
    “Fools Gold”

  2. Tony LombardiTony Lombardi on said:

    Death, taxes and DeputyDawg’s being a “Fool.”

    During these difficult times it’s always nice to know you can count on something.

    Give that Dawg a treat!

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