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My first. I got the Tasmanian Devil because it was popular. I was going to get it covered up, but I want to remember my first tattoo and how silly it was.
I got the yin-yang symbol because I believe the body and soul are intertwined. The band below it I got when I was dating my wife, Salima, in 1996. She had an awesome Indian tribal bracelet. I took a picture of it and got the likeness done.
My third one, a panther. I had it done in Seattle. When I was playing there [three seasons], I got one every year.
My wife's father is from Morocco, so I got Arabic writing to honor their heritage. It says, "Salima and Aliana Forever" to honor my wife and the older of my two daughters.
My wife Salima and I each have this one. It means to love one another forever.
The name of my youngest daughter: Safiya. She's four.
This dragon is a Japanese symbol for protection. I have always been intrigued with the stories of a lot of the Japanese symbols.
This is a cover-up. I originally had a Miami Hurricanes mascot, but it was black and white and I didn't care for it.