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Keary Colbert Comeback?

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Keary Colbert wants to make a comeback

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“After spending a year working with the tight ends at USC as a graduate assistant, it ignited my passion and fire to compete at the highest level,” Colbert told USCTrojans.com.

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i guess he does not remember how awful he was.........those that cant not do TEACH....and uh keary i think maybe you should be a coach

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No more USC wide receivers.... ever.

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did he have surgery to fix his wooden hands?

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I've had my passion ignited to enter the male modeling world, but you can't always get what you want.

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I've had my passion ignited to enter the male modeling world, but you can't always get what you want.

Wasn't that Drew Carter??

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You guys forget he had a pretty good rookie season. Then he got hurt and never could get over that injury. The league is tough enough when you're healthy. That being said, I don't think he can make it on a roster. Unless they hire scabs?

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