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Fireman Ed
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    (September 19, 1959- )
    Born in College Point, Queens, New York
    Full name is Ed Anzalone
    New York City Firefighter (1987-2007)
    Known for his appearances at New York Jets games starting the J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS chant
    Wears the jersey of former Jets kick returner Bruce Harper
    Started wearing fireman garb to games after a friend gave him a green-colored helmet
    He is known for starting a simple chant.
    His appearance and behavior is reflective of what people think of Jet fans.
    His claim to have started the J-E-T-S chant has been disputed.
    He views himself as a bad luck charm for Jet road games and doesn't usually attend them.
    A photo of him in high school in a Miami Dolphins uniform provides a source of embarassment.
    During a Jets-Giants preseason game in 2010, he was charged with simple assault for going after a Giants fan who tried to interrupt his chant.
    Though he remained a Jets fan and attended their games, he announced he was retiring his superfan character because of the hostile environment at Jets games, such as him being harassed for wearing a Mark Sanchez jersey (November 25, 2012).
    He has popularity got to the point where he was seen as the unofficial Jets mascot.
    He doesn't get paid from the Jets despite his notability.
    He was given a game ball in 2009 after the Jets beat the New England Patriots for the first time at home in about a decade.
    After the Jets beat the Cincinnati Bengals at the end of the 2009 season, Chad Ochocinco, who was going to mimick him if he scored a touchdown that game, offered a VIP package to a playoff game between those two teams the following week.
    In 1999, he was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Hall of Fans.
    He received a medal from New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg for his help in pulling 300-pound man from a fire.

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