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Cary Kollins

Cam making the Super Bowl rounds: Rome, SVP, PFT etc.

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http://tunein.com/radio/The-Jim-Rome-Show-p35518/

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Cam on meeting Steve for the first time, "Rule #1, if it's single coverage I feel disrespected. Throw me the ball. If its double coverage, still throw me the ball. If its triple coverage, I'll make a play and be on sports center. Throw me the ball."

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That's good poo Cary.

I need to see a video of this. And when is the SVP interview?

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