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Tiquan Underwood, Steve Buckhantz and the NFLPA’s externship program

Mar. 4, 2014 The Washington Post

About 90 minutes before the Wizards played the Magic last week, Steve Buckhantz tossed a thick stack of his game notes in front of Tiquan Underwood and Frankie Hammond. The two NFL wide receivers gawked as they flipped through the packet; “dang,” one said under his breath.

“These are my sheets for tonight’s game,” Buckhantz, the Wizards’ television voice, told the players. “And we do this for every game.”

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