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He played with an uncommon, almost creepy focus, but he was an atypical star.This is someone who used to walk around the locker room at the end of the day, collecting used towels for the hamper. He enjoyed football, and someday he will walk among the game's immortals, but he treated it like a summer fling, not a forever relationship.
Martin seems happy to be done with football, and that's not a knock against his dedication to the game.Mention the Falcons to Martin, and he gives a smile that says, "No comment."This much he will say: He hopes to be installed as an owner by next season, saying, "I really believe it's going to happen."That the product of a Pittsburgh ghetto has the resources to pursue a professional team is American dream kind of stuff.The man who once played with a bill in his sock - a good-luck gift from his slain grandmother - is prepared to invest mega millions for a football team.Martin calls it "a story of hope," a story that already has drawn feelers from Hollywood. The good part of the story, he says, still hasn't played out.
It's his new life, the life he always wanted, and he's going after it hard. Stopping by city hall to huddle with Mayor Bloomberg's honchos. Flying around the country in a private jet to meet with powerbrokers. Working up a serious sweat in the boxing ring, his new passion."It's like I have access to a whole new world, a world I disciplined myself away from when I played football," says Martin, who retired in July as the NFL's fourth all-time leading rusher. He's finally free, able to go anywhere at any time, chasing instead of being chased.