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Can you name the the athletes whose last name ends in -son?

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4-Time Major champion, winner of 38 PGA Tour Events
Swedish NHL Star, currently the captain of the Ottawa Senators
3-Time NBA MVP, Olympic Gold Medalist, and NCAA Champion with Michigan State
Some consider him to be the best fighter of all time, 85-0 as an amateur boxer
Former North Carolina Tar Heel, he currently plays alongside LeBron James in Cleveland
1994 NCAA Champion with the Arkansas Razorbacks, nicknamed 'The Big Nasty'
Holds the NFL record for most receptions and TD's between himself and Peyton Manning
8-Time Major champion on the PGA Tour, 6 time PGA Tour Player of the Year
1981 NFL MVP with the Cincinnati Bengals, played his entire career for them
2010 Hall of Fame inductee, nicknamed 'The Hawk', 1977 Rookie of the Year
1968 and 1970 Cy Young winner, had a 1.12 ERA during the '68 season
Won 4 Olympic Gold medals over 3 Olympic games, wore his famous gold shoes
Known for his base-stealing prowess, he is known as one of the greatest leadoff hitters of all-time
Only winner of the Heisman Trophy as primarily a defensive player for Michigan in 1997
Nicknamed 'Mr. October', hit 3 home runs in Game 6 of the 1977 World Series
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One of the first five Hall of Famers in MLB, his 373 wins rank him 3rd all-time
'The Zen Master' has led the Bulls and Lakers to 10 NBA Championships
Broke the color barrier when he debuted for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947
4-Time Sprint Cup champion, currently has 50 wins on the circuit
2009 Hall of Famer, 'The Admiral' won 2 NBA Championships with the Spurs
Nicknamed 'The Big Unit', he won the Cy Young Award 5 times
Once considered the best boxer of his generation, until he bit Evander Holyfield
First NFL player to rush for over 2,000 in a season, also the 1968 Heisman Trophy winner
Currently a member of the Atlanta Braves, lead the league in wins in 2000 with the Oakland A's
Long time head coach of the Georgetown Hoyas, lead them to the 1984 Championship over Houston
2-Time World Heavyweight boxing champion, won gold for the USA in the '52 Olympics
Holds the NFL record for yards in a season by a running back at 2,105 gained during the 1984 season
Aussie tennis star who won 12 Grand Slam tennis events
2007 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, he rushed for 1,925 yards as a freshman for Oklahoma in 2004
Known for his shaggy hair, this Gonzaga star was drafted 3rd overall by the Bobcats in 2006

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