Found January 16, 2013 on Juan Elway:
I’m on vacation Juan… Andre Johnson and the Texans put up the best fight they could have last weekend, but the Dark Hoodie and his best student Tom Brady took care of business.  Looks like he is already enjoying the offseason.  AJ With Nash, Kobe, And Dwight AJ And Arian Foster Pose With Rockets Mascot
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