Steven Jackson Likes His Women Strong

Rams running back Steven Jackson is on the Tweet machine, like so many other pro athletes these days. Most of his updates are about football -- practice, working out, team meetings and such. But every now and again, Jackson peels back a layer and shows he’s more than just a football player. He’s much deeper than that. ↵

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↵⇥When u sing a song, do u know notice how ur mood changes? ↵
↵That’s heavy. And tells us a lot about a guy who plays the toughest sport on earth, yet openly admits to singing songs to cheer himself up. There's a delicate flower behind that rough exterior. We can appreciate that. But Jackson isn’t just a philosopher; he also enjoys sketching. In this photo, which he shared today, we see his piece entitled “Strong Woman (Just Art)”:
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↵The message: Strong women don’t need legs. Only massive ... mental capacity. And huge, voluptuous ... hand guns. And big, brown ... eyes. ↵

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↵Oh, right: disproportionately large breasts clearly don’t hurt either. ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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