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Rex Ryan runs with the bulls

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Much like his father, Rex never is one to hold back -- be it with an incendiary quote or an adrenaline-fueled adventure. He tackled the latter on Sunday and Monday, joining the annual running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain

 

 

Really??

 

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he survived because they all thought he was one of their own

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Were any of the bulls injured?

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Were any of the bulls injured?

 

not sure if he injured any but I heard he was caught polishing their hooves.

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He was herding them to his dinner table Sent from my ADR910L using CarolinaHuddle mobile app

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I don't believe for one minute he did any running.

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I'm in late middle age, out of shape, and old football injuries still give me issues.  But put me in front of a stampeding bull and watch how fast I can run.

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haha point taken, motivation eh

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Did Rex Ryan pay the city for the damages his gut caused?

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