Joe Theismann Is Apparently An Expert ... At Signing Autographs

Have you ever wondered about how professional athletes and sports figures go about signing their names to a piece of paper (or other places, like a body part)? Don't lie: I'm sure you absolutely have. 

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Okay, maybe you haven't thought about it for that long, but you have thought about it for a couple seconds. Assuming this is true, you'll definitely get a kick out of Joe Theismann telling Redskins.com blogger Matt Terl his method for properly signing his name to things. 

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"If people are asking for your autograph, you want them to be able to know who you are. You don't want them to look at some scribble and -- when someone says, 'who is that?' -- they go, 'I don't know.' So what young autograph[-seeking] kids do now is when they go up to a player and can't read their signature, they print the name right underneath it."    

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There are even pictures of Theismann signing his autograph for Terl here. Check it out.

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(There's a punchline in here, I know it. Come on, think of it, Mike. Need. Comedic. Inspiration. Now. Ugh, it's not happening).

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