You remember Jason Webster, right?
In case you don’t, he was an NFL cornerback who played for the Atlanta Falcons for three seasons. He wore No. 36, and tallied 150 tackles in 33 games for the Dirty Birds from 2004 to 2006.
On Thursday night in Roswell, you can get his autograph and have your photo taken with him at Walmart.
According to the store’s Facebook page, Webster will sign autographs from 6 to 8 p.m. at the store located at 970 Mansell Road.
“Stop in, meet Jason, have your picture taken and have your favorite Falcons gear signed,” the post reads.
Webster had a nine-year NFL career after he was picked by the San Francisco 49ers in the second round of the 2000 NFL Draft. The Houston native played his college ball with Texas A&M.
Over his three seasons with the Falcons, Webster was solid at forcing turnovers. He intercepted four passes and forced four fumbles while playing right cornerback for the team. He also picked off St. Louis quarterback Marc Bulger in the Falcons’ 2005 playoff win over the Rams.
Webster also played for the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.
An employee at the Walmart said that a ticket or advance sign-up isn’t needed, and there is no cost for a signature, but those wanting an autograph should bring their own merchandise to be signed.
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