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(NatGio meets Sexy Rexy. Photo via @GioGonzalez47)
And so, Gio Gonzalez continued his full-on embrace of all things Washington DC sports over the weekend, posing with (and endorsing) Rex Grossman at a charity bowling event in Miami Saturday night:
Love the sentiment, but it would seem NatGio thinks Rex is the answer at QB? (pssst...Gio, there's a good chance Rex won't be around here much longer...)
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