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Why does Cam have the right to take the ball from other offensive players ?

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A thread this gay...

needs some Mapplethorpe

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and MPP

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Al Wallace on WFNZ just ripped Cams ass

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These trolls need to go the way of the dodo bird.

Oh hi Grits, nice to see you.

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I have always like Cam giving the ball to some kids in the stands, but I have to say I did not like what he did when JS scored. He ran over in the middle of a celibration and took the ball from JS. Stop celabrate with your team members then ask for the ball.

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I have always like Cam giving the ball to some kids in the stands, but I have to say I did not like what he did when JS scored. He ran over in the middle of a celibration and took the ball from JS. Stop celabrate with your team members then ask for the ball.

But he would have gotten a team celebration penalty and everyone would be killing Cam for that

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