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Julian Edelman put $100K for a Bucs-Pats SuperBowl


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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

This will never happen, he doesn't always think straight one too many hits. Listen to him talk. KC vs GB, maybe Buffalo? That would be my top 3 at this point. 

 

Slot WR Antonio Brown is not a Buc anymore, Godwin on IR, do you think Edelman is being courted by Brady for the playoffs now? Just curious what you think.

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1 hour ago, buccolts said:

I mean, he could of just given me the $100k, and I'd at least thank him.

Maybe even compliment him on something trivial.

Now he gets NOTHING.

Maybe he'll think twice next time.


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