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Robby Anderson invites Sports Illustrated into his home, talks sneaker collection and how he viewed Sam Darnold's situation with the Jets vs now.

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12 hours ago, Michael G said:

My wife watched this with me and let me know that she is now justified about her shoe collection and the money spent on it. Thanks Robby!

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I need my wife to watch this because she spends a Kings fortune on shoes. 🙂


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11 hours ago, glenwo2 said:

Loved the video.  🙂


But just what did she mean when she said that his closet SMELLED great?  🤔

Was it that Brand-New smell or something? 

Probably just means he’s not friends with Najeh Davenport.

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59 minutes ago, NYPantherFan said:

Definitely his agent putting his face out there in a contract year. Bradberry's agent had him doing the same stuff last off-season

Absolutely. Wasn’t really thinking about it but compared to last year there’s been way more talk about him. Wonder if the voluntary camp was skipped more for marketing because it worked. 

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