Get personalized video messages from Milt from here on memmo!
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Thank you so much! Rodney is gonna be flying high when he sees this!
Hello Milt, thank you so much for sending this Memmo to Donna-Jean. She has been the love of my life and adore...
Mr. Stegal did an awesome job! My sister in-law will be ecstatic with this!!! One small issue was a mispronunc...
Milt, my mom loved her birthday greeting! You made it so personal with the small amount of information I was a...
In true Milt fashion, you ask for a little and get a lot. Thank you so much, this was incredible
I love the message that you created for my parents. I can’t wait to see their faces when they watch it. Thanks...
Sonia was very happy. Thanks for making this possible it was a great gift for any of you fans. Hope to see you...
Thanks Milt!!! These are amazing!
A legend doing legend stuff. Not surprised. Wife loved it.
This Birthday present turned out Awesome!. Milt's personal message was great. Wife loved it and her family a...
Milt Stegall is a former professional gridiron football player. He played professionally for 17 years. Three years he played in the National Football League (NFL) and fourteen years in the Canadian Football League. Milt Stegall signed as an undrafted free agent with the Cincinnati Bengals in which he played for three seasons. In 1995, Milt Stegall decided to play in the Canadian Football League with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He started to play as a slotback/wide receiver and then switched to slotback in which he played remarkably. He is considered to be one of the most popular players in CFL due to his work ethic, leadership, and personality. Moving forward to his career, he joined the TSN in 2009 as an analyst for their broadcasts.