Glazer Family’s Well Wishes To Lee Roy Selmon

September 3rd, 2011

This afternoon, the Glazer Family, which owns the Bucs, issued a release concerning the lone former Bucs player in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Lee Roy Selmon.

From the very start, Lee Roy Selmon has been there for his team and community. Now, he and the whole Selmon family should know that our family and the entire Buccaneer organization is thinking of and praying for him.

For those waking from a deep sleep, Selmon suffered a stroke in his Tampa home Friday afternoon and, after initially thought to have passed, his brother Dewey and former teammate told the Tampa Tribune Saturday he was stable and improving.

As Joe stated before, if the power of well wishes can rally someone, then Selmon should get a lift from the massive amount of concern so many have for a man who means so much to the area.

8 Responses to “Glazer Family’s Well Wishes To Lee Roy Selmon”

  1. fanofkitfkit Says:

    Forget the Halas and the Lombardi – Mr. Selmon is the greatest trophy the Buccaneers have ever brought to the Tampa Bay area. God bless you and your family Mr. Selmon.

  2. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Dont they have their own website to post their day late get well ?

  3. Jorge Says:

    Wow Thomas you are truly an ass

  4. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Seriously Thomas, thats a truly disgusting statement. It’s one thing to be an arse about football talk, but this is entirely different. You are truly a low-class, worthless individual. You should be ashamed.

  5. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    I posted an explanation twice that wasnt posted. Basically, I thought that Glazers were very late to show public support. Most folkz, like Joe, Hawaiian and I weighed in immediately.

    If the Glazers expressed support previously and I missed it, I apologize. Otherwise, I believe that they were slow to show support for this icon.

  6. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    You have no idea when the Glazers supported Selmon. For all we know, they may have been with him at the hospital. Just because they didn’t come out with a public statement means nothing. Perhaps they didn’t want to jump the gun before they publicly commented on his status (like so many others did). You can hate the Glazers all you want, but what you wrote was over the line. You apparently don’t understand that there are certain times where you just need to learn to STFU with your hatred, especially when you are dealing with a sensitive subject such as this. I know you like to make every post in JBF about you, but come on man.

  7. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    I disagree that it is over the line to expect more out of these owners

  8. Patrick Says:

    @Thomas 2.2,

    Really, sometimes football needs to be put to the side and be forgotten about for a minute. There are much more important things in life, such as things like these. The Glazers may not be the best owners, but they’re normal people, just like you and me. They have hearts, they care about people, etc. You think the Glazers are bad owners, and now you’re trying to make it seem like they’re bad people too.