"I'm a vagabond. All I own is four pair of overworn jeans, a couple of shirts and a brand-new Sony color TV. I eat almost every meal at the Meadowlands Diner. That's where I make most of my phone calls, too."
The highlight of his stay with the Giants came Sunday when he scored a TD on a fake field goal in New York's game against Cincinnati. The Giants lost 35-30, but the TD should be good for a call or two. As for his wardrobe, the Giants fined him $500 because he didn't wear a jacket and tie on a trip.
Cowboys coach Tom Landry suggested last week that his team, especially the defensive backs, be more circumspect. Dextor Clinkscale and Dennis Thurman had run off at the mouth before the Giants game Oct. 6, calling the Giants a "fake" and quarterback Phil Simms a "myth." So when asked for his opinion of Pittsburgh quarterback Mark Malone, the Cowboys' opponent on Sunday, Thurman said, "He's the best in the NFL, no doubt."
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