"Anthony W. Parrish" is a former American football Safety (American football position)/safety. He was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the second round of the 1998 NFL Draft. He played college football at Washington Huskies football/Washington.

Parrish was also a member of the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, and Las Vegas Locomotives.

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We feel this is definitely a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

I let him know they were on the verge of a record, and the game was in San Francisco, something they would like to get and a good place to do it. I put a little bug in his ear.

It's just about everyone doing their jobs individually and as a whole. There's 11 parts on the field working together. That's what defense is. When you have 10 out of the 11, you're going to leave holes and, when that happens, you're hoping the offense doesn't find it. Unfortunately, they usually do.

A loss is a loss. We can definitely take some good things from it. But for me, it's hard to say we took a step forward in a loss.

I don't know what it is. Ever since I arrived in San Francisco, it's kind of been like that. I guess it's become a little more of a motivation for me to shake off whatever nicks I might pick up, because I'm really just trying to be there for the guys.

I always look forward to doing things that promote the game. This will definitely be an event that we'll look back on, and see it as a turning point in the international game.

I miss him already.

Personally I like his game, he is a good receiver. He plays hard, he comes to work and he produces. What else can you ask of him as a football player? Now as a person, I don't know him, so I can't speak on it.