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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 6 2010 11:29 p.m. MDT

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BBKing
Springville, UT

I am BYU Blue though this is why I root for local players in the NFL. It has been fun to watch Kevin Curits do his thing in the NFL. I hope he makes a full comeback and gives us a couple more years.

Best of luck!

Coach Biff
Lehi, UT

All our best, Kevin.

Ogden Aggie
Ogden, UT

Here's to a quick recovery and Kevin getting back on the NFL playing field. He is a class act with serious work ethic. He represents Utah State very well.

Pipes
Salt Lake City, UT

Good luck! You have earned it!

Utes21
Salt Lake City, ut

I have always enjoyed watching Kevin Curtis play when he started with the Rams and then the Eagles. Its very true about his work ethic, my brother used to work out with him. He said Kevin was always showing everyone up and worked out harder then anyone at the gym. This story shows how much character this guy has and also how tough he is overcoming something as serious as cancer. He is a extremely talented receiver and I am happy that he is on his way back to recovery and playing in the NFL again. Best of luck!

  • 8:41 a.m. Oct. 7, 2010
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Jazz-Nation
Lehi, UT

I wish you the best Kevin, I hope you make it back in the NFL soon.

Kyle loves BYU/Jazz
Provo, UT

I always loved watching Curtis play. He just seemed like a hard nosed guy he would do anything to help his team win. He and Cooley have represented USU well in the NFL.

TJ
Eagle Mountain, UT

Good Luck Kevin! I was in the stadium when USU played Boise your senior year. You had a fantastic game and made a some spectacular catches. One in particular right on the north goal line when you faked high and right then went low and left and slid into the endzone under the defender as you caught the ball. I have followed your NFL career as much as possible. It is great to hear that your classy on and off the field. Hope to see you playing again this year.

BMD
Riverton, UT

Any NFL player that comes back out of the locker room, after playing in a Monday Night Game as it's raining in Philly, and signs jerseys for fans' kids and gives away his gloves that he caught a touchdown with obviuosly knows what the game is all about. Genuine player and person! Wishing you a fast recovery and we'll be watching you play soon.

davidutefan
Evanston, WY

May God bless you and yor family. Here's to a full recovery

BleedCougarBlue
Enid, OK

Wow. I wondered what happeneed to this guy. Now I know. I loved rooting for him because he was an underdog; a small, hard-working wide receiver who wasn't afraid to get hit in order to catch the ball.

Good luck, Kevin, on overcoming your cancer as well as getting back into the NFL!!

Scottish Aggie
Logan, UT

I've still got my number 80 eagles jersey, Kevin. You just tell me what color and number to buy next.

  • 5:31 p.m. Oct. 13, 2010
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