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  1. Get the official Twitter app at https://twitter.com/downloadFake Brad Wells (@FakeBradWells) tweeted at 0:06 PM on Fri, Mar 14, 2014:

    Stupid question: @PFF #duh “@Cananball18: where do you get your vast football knowledge? Pop warner? Rec league? Flag football?”

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    Stupid question: @PFF #duh@Cananball18: where do you get your vast football knowledge? Pop warner? Rec league? Flag football?”

    — Fake Brad Wells (@FakeBradWells)

    March 14, 2014
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  2. Caviar with lightly salted saltines on a medium rare filet mignon with side of garlic potatoes. Then a chocolate mousse with red wine. I liketo wine and dine my comp before I commit a football felony.

  3. Wow...

     

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    The Indianapolis Colts today agreed to terms with wide receiver Deion Branch, elevated wide receiver Josh Lenz from the practice squad to the active roster and released defensive tackle Christian Tupou from the practice squad. The team also placed defensive end Fili Moala and cornerback Greg Toler on Injured Reserve.

    Branch, 5-9, 195 pounds, holds career totals of 518 receptions for 6,644 yards and 39 touchdowns in 140 regular season games (111 starts). He has also recorded 64 receptions for 948 yards and four touchdowns in 17 postseason games (13 starts). Branch is a two-time Super Bowl winner and was awarded the Pete Rozelle Trophy as the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XXXIX. His 11 receptions in the game tied the Super Bowl record, also achieved by Jerry Rice, Dan Ross and Wes Welker. Branch also led all receivers in Super Bowl XXXVIII and has totaled a combined 21 receptions in three Super Bowl appearances, which ranks third all-time, trailing only Jerry Rice (33) and Andre Reed (27).

    Branch set a team playoff record with 153 receiving yards on eight catches in the Patriots’ 2005 Divisional Playoff game at Denver. He also grabbed a 73-yard completion in the game, establishing the longest reception in Patriots playoff history. Branch was the NFL’s leading receiver in the 2004 playoffs, pacing the league in receptions (16) and receiving yards (264). In addition to being named Super Bowl XXXIX MVP, he was selected as the NFL’s Offensive Player of the Week following the AFC Championship Game (1/23/05), when he led all receivers with 116 yards, including a 60-yard touchdown grab.

    Lenz, 6-0, 194 pounds, joined the Colts practice squad on November 11, 2013. He was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by Chicago on April 28, 2013 and was then signed to the Seattle practice squad on October 8. The Seahawks released Lenz on November 5. In 47 games (19 starts) at Iowa State, he totaled 96 catches for 1,213 yards and 10 touchdowns. As a senior with the Cyclones, he accounted for 430 yards and six touchdowns on 29 receptions.

  4. Which wouldn't have happen if bethea didn't make the td saving tackle

    Yea but Bethea stop was a busted play full of missed tackles and terrible coverage. Redding was a straighr beautiful crash on the RB. Both were monumental...

  5. Honestly, I think it was pagano not letting him open it up. Just a hunch. Pagano is now giving Pep creative freedom to call plays. That 4th down read option was a ballsy call. It seems after we got crushed by Cardinals, the play clling has been different. You almost never see Havili anymore.

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