NFL: What Would the Biggest Names Write on Their Bud Light Bottles?

Marci NobleAnalyst IJune 7, 2011

NFL: What Would the Biggest Names Write on Their Bud Light Bottles?

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    As a part of their summer campaign, Bud Light is featuring a label that is customizable.  Using a key or coin or other such object, imbibers can etch messages, phone numbers, names, etc. onto their Bud Light.

    Here's a look at what bored football players may write on their Bud Light bottles as they enjoy their extended offseason.

Tony Romo

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    DALLAS, TX - FEBRUARY 05:  Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo (L) and television personality Candice Crawford attend a private dinner hosted by Audi during Super Bowl XLV Weekend at the Audi Forum Dallas on February 5, 2011 in Dallas, Texas.  (Photo by
    Michael Buckner/Getty Images

    Tony Romo, who recently married Miss Missouri USA 2008, simply writes “wanna swing?” on his Bud Light and slides it down the bar to Tom Brady.

Brett Favre

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    PHILADELPHIA, PA - DECEMBER 28:  Injured Quarterback Brett Favre #4 of the Minnesota Vikings stands on the field during thier game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on December 26, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Ji
    Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

    Brett Favre, the recently retired quarterback who allegedly texted images of his nether-regions to a woman on the New York Jets’ payroll, draws lewd photos on his Bud Lights and hands them out to women in the bar.

Rex Ryan

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    FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 16:  New England Patriots fans hold up signs picturing head coach Rex Ryan of the New York Jets and a foot prior to their 2011 AFC divisional playoff game at Gillette Stadium on January 16, 2011 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.  (Photo by
    Al Bello/Getty Images

    New York Jets’ coach Rex Ryan always has something to say when the media rolls around.  At the NFL scouting combine last February, he guaranteed the Jets would be Super Bowl victors this year.  He won’t split focus and will draw Lombardi Trophies on any Bud Light he comes across.

Tim Tebow

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    NEW ORLEANS - JANUARY 01:  Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Florida Gators celebrates after defeating the Cincinnati Bearcats 24-51 during the Allstate Sugar Bowl at the Louisana Superdome on January 1, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Kevin C.
    Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

    Between Bible verses, Denver Broncos’ Tim Tebow would scribble the names of actors he’d like to see play him in the made-for-TV movie of his autobiography, “Through My Eyes,” which was released last week.

Nnamdi Asomugha

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    OAKLAND, CA - NOVEMBER 28:  Nnamdi Asomugha #21 of the Oakland Raiders stands on the sidelines during the closing minutes of their loss to the Miami Dolphins at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on November 28, 2010 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Ezra S
    Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

    Nnamdi Asomugha, the top defensive free agent in this year’s class has literally his pick of 32 teams to join once the lockout is lifted.  Asomugha is already the highest paid cornerback in the league and maintaining that status could be a determining factor in his decision to sign with whatever team. 

    His Bud Lights are covered simply with "$" signs.

Jimmy Clausen

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    ATLANTA, GA - JANUARY 02:  Quarterback Jimmy Clausen #2 of the Carolina Panthers looks on from the sidelines during the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on January 2, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
    Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

    The Panthers’ Jimmy Clausen is using the lockout wisely.  He went back to school to earn the 15 credits he needs to graduate.  He’ll have no choice but to multi-task, using his Bud Light bottles to do his calculus homework.

Stevie Johnson

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    MIAMI - DECEMBER 19:  Receiver Steve Johnson #13 of the Buffalo Bills catches a pass  against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on December 19, 2010 in Miami, Florida.The Bills defeated the Dolphins 17-14.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
    Marc Serota/Getty Images

    After the dust had settled from Reggie Bush’s ill-advised Twitter statements on how much he was enjoying the lockout, Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson came forward in support of Bush saying that the time off work has been welcome to every NFL player. 

    Johnson may be vacationing, but he still lives in Buffalo.  He’ll draw umbrellas and palm trees on his Bud Lights to feel more vacation-y.

Steve Smith and Paul Pratt

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    Steve Smith and Paul Pratt, the players who set up a lockout lemonade stand in LA, may see the writing window on Bud Lights as an optimal price tag and realize the profitability of beer over lemonade.

Dez Bryant

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    INDIANAPOLIS, IN - DECEMBER 05: Dez Bryant #88 of the Dallas Cowboys looks on against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 5, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
    Scott Boehm/Getty Images

    The Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant said last week that his money troubles were behind him only to have a lawyer come forward and announce that he still owes $600,000 to a jeweler and ticket broker in Texas and faces a lawsuit on the matter.

    Bryant can’t seem to shake his money problems.  He’ll sketch make-shift maps to Mexico as he contemplates running away from it all.

Raheem Brock and Chester Pitts

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    SEATTLE, WA - JANUARY 08:  Raheem Brock #98 of the Seattle Seahawks reacts after a defensive stop in the first half against the New Orleans Saints during the 2011 NFC wild-card playoff game at Qwest Field on January 8, 2011 in Seattle, Washington.  (Photo
    Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images

    Seattle’s Raheem Brock and Chester Pitts have been filling their lockout free time by staging prank phone calls to Roger Goodell. 

    They’ll label their Bud Light bottles with names like Seymour Butz, Mike Rotch, Ollie Tabooger, etc.—the names from Bart Simpson’s prank calls to Moe’s Tavern.

Terrelle Pryor

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    COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 18:  Terrelle Pryor #2 of the Ohio State Buckeyes stretches before a game against the Ohio Bobcats at Ohio Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio.  (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
    Jamie Sabau/Getty Images

    Terrelle Pryor has been suspended for five games next season and has to decide whether he wants to forego his senior year and enter the supplemental draft or play out the final half of his senior season without Jim Tressel as his coach. 

    His Bud Lights will be ideal for listing pros and cons of each choice.