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Cary Kollins

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

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They say Cam is on svp at 3:15.

Forgot to mention, when Cam was telling the Smith story he did a great Smitty impression. He also said Smith was so serious and intense when they met. He might have even said Smith was mean. Lol

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Cam just gave Rich Eisen some tips on his 40 time.. Eisen said he wants to break 6 seconds this year and Cam said it would be possible with his new shoes. Cam told him to aim for 5.9 40 and Rich said when he's done with the 40 he's gonna Superman

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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."

Yeah, that's Smith :lol:

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Eisen: I have one speed... Slow.

Cam: That looked like neutral...

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Cam's making the rounds.

Now he's on Mike Francesca of NY, who can't stand Cam (and is a chronic Luck sucker). LOL.

Now , he's being a hypocrite, saying HIS son is going to want his new shoe. LOL.

Nonetheless, he's a professional (unlike Marc James of WFNZ most times), and gave a fair, decent interview.

Nothing to complain about.

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Eisen: I have one speed... Slow.

Cam: That looked like neutral...

That whole interview was hilarious.... Cam watching Eisen's 40 "Oh god.. Look at the back"

Rich Eisen is the GOAT

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i saw the rich eisen interview. pretty good. again, nothng earth shattering. of course said things could have been better and the reason things picked up at the end was just people started playing for each other.

said he really liked kaepernick and called him an opportunist. pretty humble about being called the first read option QB in the NFL. he said the game is just evolving. some QBs are great at standing in the pocket and keep doing their things, but for others it's just opening up based on what defenses do.

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Eisen: I have one speed... Slow.

Cam: That looked like neutral...

Eisen's annual 40 yard dashes are hilariously entertaining.

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Looks like Cam will be up next on SVP show.

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Looks like Cam will be up next on SVP show.

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