-- Defensive end Ray Seals is one of the few NFL players never to have played college football. After graduating from high school in Syracuse, N.Y., he worked in a factory and was a tight end and linebacker for a team in the Eastern Football League.
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Dear Mr. Seals,
I am a professor of Theatre Arts at Pitt. With another local playwright (Mark Southers, who is black; I am white), I am writing a play about the Jonny Gammage case of 1995, which remains a symbol of Pittsburgh's lingering problems with race. If at all possible, we would like to interview you, as our play will rely heavily on the actual words of individuals involved in the case, as well as on trial transcripts. You can reach me via Bleacher Report or send me an email at email@example.com. We hope to hear from you.
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Can I write an article about you to introduce you to the community? I will include a link to your profile here on bleacher, and Facebook as well.
I would like to say that I am life long Steelers fan, and it is an honor to speak with someone that actually got to play for them.
I also live in Pittsburgh, and just started a TV Production company, that will be creating a sports show in January to air here in Pittsburgh. I would love to interview you sometime once the show is on the air.
Are you THE Ray Seals? I think that it is awesome that you have joined Bleacher. My name is Nick, and I am the Community Leader here on Bleacher for the Steelers. If you ever need help with anything, please let me know.
I would love to write an article introducing you to the Bleacher community. If that is ok with you, please let me know.