leave it all on the field
 v. phr.— «This is my first NFL game.…Hey, I’m going all out. I’m leaving it all on the field this weekend. I’m not taking anything back to the locker room.» —“Saints’ QB picture may clear up after tonight” Baton Rouge State Times (Louisiana) Aug. 30, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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