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Thomas Davis: According to the WBT Pregame Radio Show... (Pat Y)

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Has hit a 1 Million Dollar Escalator in his contract for staying healthy all season.

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Good for him! He and his family both deserve it. Hope he's a panther until he's done with football.

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and earned every single penny.

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he should get 2 million

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...and by all rights should be the NFL Comeback Player of the Year.

But either Peyton Manning or Adrian Peterson are going to get it because they are "superstars," while TD has done the unprecedented.

TD has done something never before chronicled in professional sports- 3 ACL's on the same knee.

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He does indeed deserve the money..

Pretty sure Manning gets the Comeback award though.

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nah man I'm just saying. I get nervous for him every play he's in on. That's been one of my biggest fears all week

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