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NEW YORK -- A top European Tour official waited patiently as Russell Knox wrapped up his duties from winning a World Golf Championship. lebron james throwback jersey . He wanted to introduce himself to Knox and share details on how to become a tour member.Ten months later, Knox had reason to feel like an outcast.The 31-year-old Scot easily would have qualified for the Ryder Cup if he had been a European Tour member when he won the HSBC Champions last November. Even without those valuable points, Knox had all the credentials to be at Hazeltine.He has two PGA Tour victories this season. He was runner-up to Rory McIlroy at the Irish Open, to Branden Grace at Hilton Head and he lost in a playoff to Graeme McDowell in Mexico last fall. Knox was No. 4 when the FedEx Cup playoffs began, one spot ahead of Jordan Spieth. He is No. 20 in the world, the sixth-highest ranked European.That wasnt enough for European captain Darren Clarke to take him to the Ryder Cup.Clarke used his three picks Tuesday on the Ryder Cup experience of Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer, and the raw talent and recent form of Thomas Pieters. He said the phone call to Knox on Monday was probably one of the toughest of his career.But not the longest.We spoke for 20 seconds, Knox said. It was obvious by the way he said, `Hello that it was bad news. I didnt ask any questions. I wasnt going to ask who he picked or why not me. After the bad news, it was get off the phone as quick as possible.The disappointment in Knoxs voice was evident, even though part of him had a hunch this was coming. He felt as though he deserved to be on the team because of his performance. He also knows that a captain can choose whomever he wants, and I gave him that choice by not making the team outright.Think back to his victory at the Travelers Championship at the start of the month, when Knox holed a 12-foot par putt on the 18th hole and threw his cap across the green in celebration. Much of that emotion was that Knox felt certain he had done enough to lock up his spot in the Ryder Cup.Sadly, it wasnt, he said.He said Clarke and assistant captain Ian Poulter encouraged him to play the Wyndham Championship, his final chance to earn points. Knox declined. He would have needed a fourth-place finish, and to play the Wyndham would have meant playing seven times in nine weeks going to the Ryder Cup and I probably would have been burned out by the time I got to Hazeltine.Did that hurt his chances? Probably.Pieters made his case by shooting 62 in Denmark while playing with Clarke -- it was no accident they were paired together -- and going on to win the tournament. Knox was impressed with what Pieters did in Denmark, and who Pieters is as a player. He had no complaints with the Belgian being picked.Even so, Knox was left to wonder how much he was seriously considered.Knox was born and raised in Scotland. He claims Florida as home from having lived there since college.He has never felt European.Clarke hinted at Knox being an outsider when he said Tuesday the Ryder Cup is about more than just playing. Its about the team room and the dynamics and everything thats involved in it, he said.Knox was hard-pressed to think of another European Ryder Cup player whose golfing roots are in America. He said he barely knows Clarke or the assistants. That includes Poulter, even though theyve had the same agent for years.Ultimately, I had that going against me, Knox said. I dont even know Paul Lawrie. Sam Torrance seems like a legend -- I dont know him. I played with Thomas Bjorn once, and we didnt speak one word. I dont have relationships with anyone. Im not really close to anyone on the team.If I would have been picked, it could have been 100 percent different.While saying he was disappointed, Knox also acknowledged it was time to move on. He changed the screen saver on his phone Tuesday to show the FedEx Cup, which he said he will look at for motivation. He would love to win one of these next three playoff events to show Clarke what he is missing.He respects the choices the captain has to make.Someone always gets left behind. Making an argument for one player is to devalue the merits of another.I might be a story today, Knox said. But in a couple of weeks time, nobody is going to remember -- except for a couple of Scottish people -- that I didnt get picked. lebron james black jersey .J. -- Josh Cribbs was in the Pro Bowl in February and out of a job six months later. lebron james swingman jersey . Louis Cardinals. Victorino is batting sixth and playing right field after missing two games because of back tightness. http://www.cheaplebronjamesjersey.com/ . -- Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson asked his players a simple question during Fridays morning shootaround: How many of them had ever been on a team 14 games over . (STATS) -- One week, it might be Fordham running back Chase Edmonds, the next it could be Holy Cross quarterback Peter Pujals.Could Lehighs Big Three be far behind?Defenses in the Patriot League are getting pulled in every direction and taxed by tremendous offensive players.The defenses are asked to just keep up enough to get the ball back to their offense to let it go to work again.When you look at the offenses in this league, when you look at the quarterbacks, theres some tremendous skill. Its impossible to defend it all, Holy Cross coach Tom Gilmore said. I think defenses have to start becoming more and more aggressive, so the offenses dont know what theyre doing.If you just sit there with base defense, unless youre flat out better than the team youre playing, I think most offenses in this league, if not this country, will pick you apart.Six of the leagues seven teams -- all but Georgetown -- are returning a senior starting quarterback, a group led by Pujals, Fordhams Kevin Anderson, Colgates Jake Melville and Lehighs Nick Shafnisky. And then there are the All-Americans like Edmonds and Holy Cross wide receiver Brendan Flaherty.To defend the great skill, Patriot teams have to be willing to change the game plan from week to week to stop the different players and styles of offenses.You have to be really consistent, Georgetown coach Rob Sgarlata said.Among the league favorites, defending champion Colgate returns the more complete team over Fordham and Lehigh, but even the Raiders seek improvement on defense in a big way. All three should have excellent offenses in whats been an offensive league.Following is a team-by-team breakdown of the 2016 Patriot League race and STATS predicted order of finish:1. Colgate2. Fordham3. Lehigh4. Holy Cross5. Bucknell6. Lafayette7. Georgetown---=TEAM CAPSULES=1. COLGATE RAIDERS=LOCATION: Hamilton, New YorkSTADIUM: Andy Kerr StadiumCOACH: Dan Hunt (14-12 in two seasons at Colgate)LAST SEASON: 9-5 overall, 6-0 Patriot (1st)STARTERS RETURNING: 17 (9 offense/8 defense)THREE KEY LOSSES: John Weber, OG; John Quazza, TE; Ty McCollum, CBONE TO WATCH ON OFFENSE: Jake Melville, QB, Sr. (193-for-351, 2,552 yards, 11 TDs, 2 INTs; 186 carries, 1073 yards, 11 TDs)ONE TO WATCH ON DEFENSE: Pat Afriyie, DE, Jr. (49 TT, 17.5 TFL, 9.5 sacks, 5 QBH, 5 FF)OTHER KEY PLAYERS: James Holland, TB, Jr.; John Maddaluna III, WR, Sr.; Alex Greenawalt, WR, Jr.; Jordi Dalmau, OG, Jr.; Max Hartzman, C, Jr.; Ryan Paulish, OL, Jr.; Grant Siegel, OL, Sr.; Alex Campbell, NT, Sr.; Victor Steffen, DT, Sr.; Brett Field, DE, Sr.; Kyle Diener, LB, Sr.; Chris Morgan, LB, Sr.; Charles Cairnie, LB, Sr.; Abu Daramy, DB, Fr.; Adam Bridgeforth, CB, Sr.; Jonah Bowman, PK, Sr.OUTLOOK: The Raiders kept playing close games and kept winning them last season, rolling to a perfect record in the Patriot League and then to two road playoff victories (New Hampshire and James Madison) to reach the FCS quarterfinals. They return 17 starters, their kickers and two 2014 starters, DT Steffen and CB Bridgeforth, who were injured for much of last season. Behind QB Melvilles lead, the Raiders averaged a league-high 206.4 rushing yards per game. RB Holland was a late-season standout and could threaten the 1,000-yard mark behind the Raiders veteran offensive line. Maddaluna (62 receptions, 910 yards, 2 TDs) returns as the No. 1 wide receiver and the Raiders are expecting Greenawalt to break out as well. The defense will be physical as usual, featuring potential All-Americans in DE Afriyie and LB Diener, their leading tackler (129) and this years preseason Patriot defensive player of the year. But the unit left room for improvement as the Raiders were outscored 401-356 despite enjoying their best season since 2003. With such an excellent returning team, its curious the Raiders opted for only 10 games, including only four at Andy Kerr Stadium.SCHEDULE:Sept. 2, at SyracuseSept. 17, at YaleSept. 24, at RichmondOct. 1, CornellOct. 8, at Lehigh*Oct. 15, at Bucknell*Oct. 29, Holy Cross*Nov. 5, at Fordham*Nov. 12, Lafayette*Nov. 19, Georgetown** -- Patriot League game---=2. FORDHAM RAMS=LOCATION: Bronx, New YorkSTADIUM: Coffey FieldCOACH: Andrew Breiner (first season at Fordham)LAST SEASON: 9-3 overall, 5-1 Patriot (2nd)STARTERS RETURNING: 18 (10 offense/8 defense)THREE KEY LOSSES: Garrick Mayweather, OL; Stephen Hodge, LB; J.Q. Bowers, DBONE TO WATCH ON OFFENSE: Chase Edmonds, RB, Jr. (251 carries, 1,648 yards, 20 TDs; 31 receptions, 383 yards, 5 TDs)ONE TO WATCH ON DEFENSE: Jihaad Pretlow, CB, Sr. (67 TT, 3 TFL, 2 INTs, 12 PBU, 1 FR)OTHER KEY PLAYERS: Kevin Anderson, QB, Sr.; Kendall Pearcey, RB, Sr.; Corey Caddle, WR, So.; Austin Longi, WR, So.; Robbie Cantelli, WR, Sr.; Phazahn Odom, Sr., TE; Ben Hartman, OL, Jr.; John Boyd, OL, Sr.; Anthony Coyle, OL, Jr.; Marlon Crook, DL, Sr.; Justin Vaughn, DL, Sr.; Manny Adeyeye, DL, Sr.; George Dawson, LB, Sr.; Niko Thorpe, LB, Jr.; Makay Redd, PK, Sr.; Joe Pavlik, P, Sr.OUTLOOK: Despite the loss of highly successful coach Joe Moorhead to Penn State, the Rams have had a smooth transition under Andrew Breiner, their former offensive coordinator who at 32 has become one of Division Is younger head coaches. It helps that the Rams return 18 starters and the kickers as they seek a second Patriot title in three seasons and a fourth straight appearance in the FCS playoffs. It all starts with All-America RB Edmonds, who has been spectacular in his first two seasons (4,504 all-purpose yards and 49 touchdowns). Plus, opposing defenses have to stay honest or QB Anderson (229-for-342, 3,183 yards, 32 TDs, 10 INTs) will burn them. He knows how to spread the ball as his top five receivers were between 31 and 37 receptions a year ago. The two points of emphasis must be cutting down on sacks (43 allowed last season) and improving a defense that ranked only fifth in the league in both scoring defense and total defense. The defense lost three of its top four tacklers, although it returns two players, LB Thorpe and CB Pretlow, who were Patriot preseason selections. The Rams are happy to be hosting defending champ Colgate on Nov. 5 and then play at Yankee Stadium a week later against Holy Cross.SCHEDULE:Sept. 3, at NavySept. 10, Elizabeth City StateSept. 24, PennOct. 1, at MonmouthOct. 8, Lafayette*Oct. 15, YaleOct. 22, Georgetown*Oct. 29, Lehigh*Nov. 5, Colgate*Nov. 12, Holy Cross* (at Yankee Stadium, New York)Nov. 19, at Bucknell** -- Patriot League game---=3. LEHIGH MOUNTAIN HAWKS=LOCATION: Bethlehem, PennsylvaniaSTADIUM: Goodman StadiumCOACH: Andy Coen (68-46 in 10 seasons at Lehigh)LAST SEASON: 6-5 overall, 4-2 Patriot (3rd)STARTERS RETURNING: 14 (8 offense, 6 defense)THREE KEY LOSSES: Matt Ford, OL; Matt Laub, DL; Olivier Rigaud, CBONE TO WATCH ON OFFENSE: Nick Shafnisky, QB, Sr. (196-for-294, 15 TDs, 10 INTs; 151 carries, 674 yards, 12 TDs)ONE TO WATCH ON DEFENSE: Colton Caslow, MLB, Sr. (95 TT, 8 TFL, 1 sack, 2 PBU, 2 QBH)OTHER KEY PLAYERS: Dom Bragalone, RB, So.; Troy Pelletier, WR, Jr.; Gatlin Casey, WR, Jr.; Trevor Socarras, WR, Sr.; Derek Knott, WR, Sr.; Tim OHara, LT, Jr.; Brandon Short, C, Sr.; Zach Duffy, RT, Sr.; Micah Tennant, LG, Sr.; Tyler Cavenas, DL, Jr.; Jimmy Mitchell, DL, Sr.; Pierce Ripanti, OLB, Sr.; Brandon Leaks, CB, Sr.; Quentin Jones, DB, Jr.; LaQuan Lambert, ROV, R-Sr.; Ed Mish, PK, So.OUTLOOK: One of the traditional Patriot League powers, Lehigh only lost in the league to Colgate and Fordham last season, and this season it gets the last two champions at home. The Mountain Hawks feature a Big Three on offense with QB Shafnisky, RB Bragalone and WR Pelletier. Shafnisky was a touchdown-maker (27) as a junior, Bragalone (1,008 rushing yards, 8 total TDs) was the Patriot Leagues rookie of the year and Pelletier (78 receptions, 831 yards, 8 TDs) made the All-Patriot first team as a sophomore. While the offense can score in bunches, Lehigh joined Lafayette at the bottom of the Patriot League defensive rankings. Opponents averaged over five yards per carry as well as 451.3 yards and 35.3 points per game. All-Patriot LB Caslow will look to motivate the struggling unit, which gets back Lambert for a fifth season after the standout rover was lost to a season-ending injury in the first game last year. Last years senior class was the first in more than 20 years to leave campus without winning a Patriot League championship.SCHEDULE:Sept. 3, MonmouthSept. 10, at VillanovaSept. 17, at PennSept. 24, at PrincetonOct. 1, at YaleOct. 8, Colgate*Oct. 15, at Georgetown*Oct. 22, at Holy Cross*Oct. 29, Fordham*Nov. 5, Bucknell*Nov. 19, at Lafayette** -- Patriot League game---=4. HOLY CROSS CRUSADERS=LOCATION: Worcester, MassachuseettsSTADIUM: Fitton FieldCOACH: Tom Gilmore (66-69 in 12 seasons at Holy Cross)LAST SEASON: 6-5 overall, 3-3 Patriot (4th)STARTERS RETURNING: 16 (10 offense/6 defense)THREE KEY LOSSES: Kalif Raymond, WR/RS; Mike Galantini, DT; Matt Bhaya, SSONE TO WATCH ON OFFENSE: Peter Pujals, QB, Sr. lebron james youth jersey. (286-for-484, 3,195 yards, 28 TDs, 11 INTs; 92 carries, 319 yards, 1 TD)ONE TO WATCH ON DEFENSE: Dewayne Cameron, DE, Sr. (47 TT, 11 TFL, 7 sacks, 2 PBU, 2 FR)OTHER KEY PLAYERS: Gabe Guild, TB, Sr.; Brendan Flaherty, WR, Sr.; Jake Wieczorek, WR, Sr.; Lucas Nikolaisen, TE, Sr.; Hunter Hudgins, OT, Sr.; Rob Kosharek, OT, Sr.; James Murray, C, Sr.; Ryan Smith, DE, Sr.; Jack Kutschke, DT, Jr.; Kyle Young, LB, Sr.; Nick McBeath, LB, Jr.; Alim Muhammad, CB, Jr.; Steven Martinez, CB, Sr.; Luke Ford, FS, Sr.OUTLOOK: After posting a winning season for the first time since 2011, the Crusaders hope to be a title contender with their strong senior class. Leading the way is QB Pujals, who has been outstanding for three straight seasons. His favorite target, Flaherty, posted one of the best seasons by a receiver in league history with 106 receptions for 1,082 yards and 12 TDs last year. The offense lost only one starter and TB Guild is capable of gaining more than his 402 rushing yards of a year ago. Holy Cross outscored opponents 351-249 with its much-improved defense, posting two shutouts and allowing only seven points in two other wins. Some key players are gone from the defense, but DE Cameron returns as a senior leader, and DBs Ford and Muhammad (injured for much of last season) joined him on the Patriot preseason team. LB McBeath was lost at midseason after getting off to a great start, so the defense may overcome some of its graduation losses. With the Fordham game moved to Yankee Stadium, the Crusaders will play only four times at home.SCHEDULE:Sept. 3, at Morgan StateSept. 10, at New HampshireSept. 17, at AlbanySept. 24, DartmouthOct. 1, at Lafayette*Oct. 8, Bucknell*Oct. 15, HarvardOct. 22, Lehigh*Oct. 29, at Colgate*Nov. 5, at Georgetown*Nov. 12, Fordham* (at Yankee Stadium, New York)* -- Patriot League game---=5. BUCKNELL BISON=LOCATION: Lewisburg, PennsylvaniaSTADIUM: Christy Mathewson-Memorial StadiumCOACH: Joe Susan (28-38 in six seasons at Bucknell; 38-38 overall)LAST SEASON: 4-7 overall, 1-5 Patriot (6th)STARTERS RETURNING: 16 (8 offense/8 defense)THREE KEY LOSSES: Matt DelMauro, RB; Jimmy King, DE; Clayton Ewell, SONE TO WATCH ON OFFENSE: Julien Davenport, OL, Sr. (FCS All-America first team)ONE TO WATCH ON DEFENSE: Abdullah Anderson, DT, Jr. (46 TT, 8 TFL, 4.5 sacks, 3 PBU, 1 BK)OTHER KEY PLAYERS: R.J. Nitti, QB, Sr.; Joey DeFloria, RB, Jr.; Will Carter, WR, Sr.; Alan Butler, WR, So.; Andrew Owers, TE/FB, So.; Devlin Brennan, LG, Sr.; Ned Bent, C, Sr.; Cary Hess, RG, Sr.; Doug Whitlock, DE, Jr.; Ben Schumacher, NG, Sr.; Ben Richard, LB, Jr.; Mark Pyles, LB, Jr.; Bret Berg, S, Sr.; Connor Golden, S, Jr.; Bryan Marine, CB, So.; Colin Jonov, CB, Jr.; Nick OBrien, CB, Sr.; Alex Pechin, PK/P, So.OUTLOOK: The schedule is quite similar to last season and the Bison hope to make amends after their win total from 2014 (8-3) was cut in half in a disappointing record. Injuries set them back, but it also gave starters experience to a high number of players. With four players on the Patriot preseason team (DLs Anderson and Schumacher and LBs Pyles and Richard), the defense remains the strength of the team. It might even overcome the graduation of Ewell, the Patriot Leagues 2015 defensive player of the year. The defense, which returns 12 of its 14 leading tacklers, surrendered the fewest points and yards in the league. On offense, the Bison averaged 11 fewer points per game a year ago than in 2014. Their veteran line features 6-foot-7, 320-pound LT Davenport and four other seniors who have combined for 62 career starts. QB Nitti enters his third season as the starter and will team with All-Patriot WR Carter, although the running back position has to be figured out (perhaps a committee). Pechin was the Patriot first-team punter as a freshman, averaging 42.1 yards per punt.SCHEDULE:Sept. 3, at MaristSept. 10, at DuquesneSept. 17, CornellSept. 24, VMIOct. 8, at Holy Cross*Oct. 15, Colgate*Oct. 22, Lafayette*Oct. 29, at Charleston SouthernNov. 5, at Lehigh*Nov. 12, at Georgetown*Nov. 19, Fordham** -- Patriot League game---=6. LAFAYETTE LEOPARDS=LOCATION: Easton, PennsylvaniaSTADIUM: Fisher StadiumCOACH: Frank Tavani (82-99 in 16 seasons at Lafayette)LAST SEASON: 1-10 overall, 0-6 Patriot (7th)STARTERS RETURNING: 16 (9 offense/7 defense)KEY LOSSES: Mark Dodd, LB; Matt Smalley, CB/KR; Jared Roberts, S/PRONE TO WATCH ON OFFENSE: Drew Reed, QB, Sr. (199-for-308, 2,008 yards, 11 TDs, 10 INTs)ONE TO WATCH ON DEFENSE: Brandon Bryant, LB, Jr. (114 TT, 6.5 TFL, 2 sacks, 2 PBU, 1 FF)OTHER KEY PLAYERS: Blake Searfoss, QB, Sr.; DeSean Brown, RB, Jr.; C.J. Amill, RB/WR, So.; Joey Chenoweth, WR, So.; Matt Mrazek, WR, Jr.; Cam Smith, LT, Jr.; Connor Staudle, LG, Sr.; Kevin Zataveski, C, Sr.; Nick Zataveski, RT, Sr.; Matt Rothrock, DT, Sr.; Robin Cepeda, DT, Sr.; Collin Albershardt, DE, Sr.; Beau Bosch, DE, Jr.; Jerry Powe, LB, So.; Draeland James, SS, Sr.; Phillip Parham, CB, Jr.; Jacob Bissell, PK, So.; Ryan Forrester, P, Sr.OUTLOOK: Last season was quite the drop-off for a team that won the Patriot League title in 2013. The injury-plagued Leopards suffered their worst record since 1964 and went winless in league action for the first time. Tavani, the dean of Patriot coaches, seeks a turnaround, and he has a pretty good solution that too often gets overlooked by football fans -- the Leopards return four of the five starters on the offensive line and all four starters on the defensive line. They have to put that muscle to good use, of course, but QB Reed quarterbacked them to the 2013 league title as a freshman. Brown (154 carries, 580 yards, 5 TDs) is a dangerous tailback and Chenoweth, Mrazek and Rocco Palumbo form a solid trio of wide receivers. While the defense is experienced up front, the Leopards lost four of last seasons top five tacklers, although they return the right one in Bryant, who led the team. Their 4-2-5 defense allowed 28 touchdowns through the air while intercepting only five passes. The Oct. 15 visit to Army West Point is Lafayettes first game against an FBS opponent since 1997, when the Leopards fell just short 38-36 against the Cadets.SCHEDULE:Sept. 2, at Central Connecticut StateSept. 10, DelawareSept. 17, at PrincetonSept. 24, VillanovaOct. 1, Holy Cross*Oct. 8, at Fordham*Oct. 15, at Army West PointOct. 22, at Bucknell*Oct. 29, Georgetown*Nov. 12, at Colgate*Nov. 19, Lehigh** -- Patriot League game---=7. GEORGETOWN HOYAS=LOCATION: Washington, D.C.STADIUM: Multi-Sport FieldCOACH: Rob Sgarlata (7-15 in two seasons at Georgetown)LAST SEASON: 4-7 overall, 2-4 Patriot (5th)STARTERS RETURNING: 13 (7 offense/6 defense)THREE KEY LOSSES: Kyle Nolan, QB; Joel Kimpela, RB; Matt Satchell, LBONE TO WATCH ON OFFENSE: Justin Hill, WR, Sr. (46 receptions, 636 yards, 6 TDs)ONE TO WATCH ON DEFENSE: Daniel Yankovich, LB, Jr. (88 TT, 5 TFL, 2 sacks, 2 QBH)OTHER KEY PLAYERS: Tim Barnes, QB, Sr.; Isaac Ellsworth, RB/KR, Jr.; Matt Buckman, TE, Sr.; Nick James, OL, Jr.; Michael McFarlane, OL, Jr.; Matt Houpert, OL Jr.; Hunter Kiselick, DL, Grad; Phil Novacki, DL, Sr.; Brennen Sawicki, DL, So.; Leo Loughrey, LB, Sr.; David Akere, S, Jr.; Jethro Francois, S, So.; Jelani Williamson, CB, Jr.; Henry Darmstadter, PK, Sr.OUTLOOK: In a veteran-filled league this season, Georgetown has the fewest returning starters on top of being the only program which doesnt offer scholarships. The Hoyas were competitive last season, losing three league games by seven points or less, and they built some younger depth. QB Barnes (10-for-22, 79 yards) has waited for his turn behind Nolan and will run the offense as a senior. His go-to targets are WR Hill and TE Buckman (32 receptions, 251 yards, 4 TDs), the latter whom made the Patriot League preseason team. The defense must retool, but DT Sawicki and S Francis are sophomores to build around and LB Yankovich, the Hoyas second-leading tackler last year, has two seasons of eligibility remaining. Aside from a trip to Harvard, the non-conference schedule is manageable.SCHEDULE:Sept. 3, DavidsonSept. 10, at MaristSept. 24, ColumbiaSept. 30, at HarvardOct. 8, PrincetonOct. 15, Lehigh*Oct. 22, at Fordham*Oct. 29, at Lafayette*Nov. 5, Holy Cross*Nov. 12, Bucknell*Nov. 19, at Colgate** -- Patriot League game Cheap NFL JerseysCheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From ChinaCheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys' ' '
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