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Cam Newton Says His 1-Month Old Son is Already Walking

Cam Newton and his longtime girlfriend had their first child in December. During Cam’s conversation with Deion Sanders at Super Bowl Opening Night, Newton mentioned that he wanted to bring his son, … 43 more words

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Back to the Future; Who is in Your Patriots Delorean?

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The New England Patriots will embark on trying to clinch the number one seed in the AFC playoffs this week with a game against the Dolphins in Miami.   1,469 more words

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Meet Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch!

Cards Fans! This Friday, Dec 18, from 4pm-6pm Birdgang Brand Clothing kicks off their Birdgang “LOUISVILLE LEGENDS” Line at Kroger on Goss Avenue! First up? UOFL Hall of Famer and Super Bowl 39 MVP Deion Branch! 43 more words

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The VIPP Report: Super Bowl XXXIX MVP Deion Branch gives instruction on proper techniques on the field and invaluable life skills youth can use off the field

SIXTH ANNUAL SKILLS AND DRILLS FOOTBALL CAMP

(Louisville, KY)  As the school year comes to a close, training for football is in full swing for aspiring athletes.  408 more words

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The VIPP Report: The Deion Branch Foundation prepares for the 2015 Kentucky Derby Marathon/miniMarathon

It’s that time of the year again! The Deion Branch Foundation will be entering the 2015 Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon/miniMarathon on Saturday, April 25, 2015! For the fourth year, Team Branch will be running the Mini (13.1 miles) portion of the race. 390 more words

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Tom Brady is the Best Quarterback to Have Played Football

Say what you want about Tom Brady. People love to hate him, but with his 4th Super Bowl victory tonight, Brady shut down every critic he’s had since being the 199th pick in the 2000 NFL Draft. 256 more words

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Tiki And Tierney Weekly Rewind 1/26-1/30

BOBBY HURLEY – 1/26/15
Former Duke guard and current Buffalo head coach

“I played the game with a lot of passion and a lot of emotion. 1,018 more words

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