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Somebody Should Put Kuechly In Witness Protection.

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Kiko Alonso, Sean Lee, Jon Beason, and Sean Weatherspoon? Somebody's knocking off inside linebackers, and he may be next.

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Kiko Alonso, Sean Lee, Jon Beason, and Sean Weatherspoon? Somebody's knocking off inside linebackers, and he may be next.

It probably was Rolando McClain... Good thing he got traded today 

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God dammit mods delete this thread! FFS!

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Not even sure why you would bring this up.

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I think you might be the one in need of protection after this thread. Prepare thy anus.

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Ban OP.

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Why are you so evil?

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No but seriously hope Kiko the best.

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