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Gained A Lot Of Respect For Mcafee Today (Merge)


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Not only has he been one of the only consistent performers on the field this season, he's proving to be a humanitarian:

Colts punter shears off hair to aid cancer patients

I gained a lot of respect for when he swam the english channel, o sorry wrong guy. No really he seems to be an great person and someone who would be fun to hang with. My daughter says he can be seen in broad ripple often and treats everyone fantasic, rather you swim with him or not.
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