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I hope after 17 games, 158 catches and 2800 all purpose yards later Paris Campbell is mic'd up at the Super Bowl and every TD scored can hear him saying, with a humble tone, "yall still think I'm injury proned". Love that guy..what a great human being. Rooting for you Paris

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What a class act, can't help but root for his success!  Gone from a sure fire star to underdog, I can't wait to see him succeed! 


All the best for you this season,  GO COLTS

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