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Chris Johnson takes shot at Bruce Arians' play-calling after getting cut

Free agent running back Chris Johnson was released by the Cardinals back in October after the team traded for Adrian Peterson.

Johnson hasn’t stopped watching his former team, though. 142 more words

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A Shark Attack to Remember - 47 Meters Down (2017)

Hey, there are worse shark movies.  So this is about pair of sisters (Mandy Moore, Claire Holt), getting away from it all and vacationing in Mexico.   434 more words

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Movie Review: 47 Meters Down (2017) *Mandy Moore vs. Sharks: CAGE FIGHT!*


I love a good bad movie.  There’s a sweet spot of bad in a movie, and this has to happen at home (not in the theater) where you begin to sync with the awfulness of a film and it ends up being an enjoyable campy experience.  574 more words

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The NFL Combine

Every year, hundreds of the best college football prospects partake in the prestigious NFL Combine. The combine itself consists of a number of physical exercises that are meant to test the overall ability of the player, in front of potential coaches and teams. 472 more words

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Following Adrian Peterson trade, an old tweet has come back to haunt former league-leading rusher Chris Johnson

Adrian Peterson was traded from the New Orleans Saints to the Arizona Cardinals, and while that may be good news for Arizona in light of David Johnson’s injury, it has led to bad news for former All-Pro running back Chris Johnson. 243 more words

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Chris Johnson laughed in his first tweet since being released by Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals could have had themselves an unstoppable running-back tandem if it were 2009 — with Adrian Peterson and Chris Johnson on the same roster — but it’s 2017, so that duo won’t be happening. 136 more words

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NFL fans dug up Chris Johnson's terribly backfired tweet about Adrian Peterson

Running back Chris Johnson was cut from the Arizona Cardinals (again) on Tuesday because the team needed to make room on the roster… 247 more words

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