RENTON — The mindset existed for Marquise Blair long before he ever put on football pads and a helmet for any affiliated team in his hometown of Wooster, Ohio.
With two older brothers and two younger brothers — all close in age — and even a sister who was expected to participate, there was one way to play football in the front yards and open lots of their neighborhood: aggressive and physical.
Are you the hammer, or the nail?
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Do you deliver the punishment, or do you receive it?