Found December 31, 2011 on New York Post - Jets:
PLAYERS: Kyle Orton
TEAMS: Kansas City Chiefs
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DENVER -- Kyle Orton won’t come out and say it, calling his much-anticipated return to Denver on Sunday just another chance TO take the field and play a football game. It’s a whole lot more than that. With a victory over the Broncos, Orton, who was masterful in...
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