Great but funny names of Former Tigercats

#27 Martin Sartin was a Running back who play 1 year for Hamilton in 1988

I would if anyone else could think of Real names of X's Ticats that where Great but Funny names..

I always thought that Lance Shields had the perfect name for a DB.

what about trod buggs-1997

citylegend

I remember the TV guys beating lame "Martin Sartin" rhymes into the ground on one particular occasion that he had a good game. I'm thinking John Wells was the worst culprit, but I could be imagining...

Not "ha ha" funny, but I thought "Tony Truelove" was an unusual name.

I recall someone making a crack about "the flying Zatylny bros." sounding like a good name for a circus act back when Wally and his brother Steve were both in the league.

How about ther QB matchup of Veal vs. Ham?

Can anyone remember Veal's first name? I think he was number 9.

Sir James Delgardo - 2007

Only the "Sir" part is funny but I like it :slight_smile:

Byron Hemmingway .... Doesnt sound like a LB does it ??

Jason Maas :lol: :lol: :rockin: :lol: :lol: :oops:

I always liked the name Sandy Beveridge.

Doesn't sound too tasty.

Haywood Cloud

It was probably difficult to find a helmet for Jack Bighead.
Pat Lynch(the old guy in section 7) :slight_smile:

Keep them coming guys .. :stuck_out_tongue:

YES! nobody used it! Calvin TIGGELnot sure how its spelt.
I always laughed when i the announcer would say Tiggel on the tackel...which was said about 15 times a game

8) It was Ron Veal.
8) A few names that stand out to me were, DeWayne Jett (WR), Manny Hazard, Poncho James, and of course for the real oldtimers, Ray (Bibbles Bobbles) Bawel.
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Smokey Stover.

I submit "Garney Henley". It's not that funny, but how many Garneys do you know?

All-time best - 2 NFLers - Fair Hooker and Chip Glass.

Maybe this deserves 2 threads, 1 for great/funny real names like Veal, and 1 for great/funny nicknames like "Bibbles Bawels". We don't hear of many nicknames these days, seem to be locker-room names vs. the good old media-made nicknames.

I would have no memory at all of Hazen Henderson if his name wasn't Hazen.

How about Vic Zip and John Bonk?

A slash and dash running back.....Carver Shannon!