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ESPN has a new segment during halftime of the Monday Night Football games called “Soundtracks”. Where you hear the best of the miked up players from Sunday.
Most of it is random NFL chatter until we got to Arian Foster.
Since I didn’t know what the Dolphins’ DB name was either, I had to go to ask my Twitter Followers when they informed me it was Jimmy Wilson.
The same Jimmy Wilson who spent two years in jail after being accused of murder for killing his Aunt’s Boyfriend (he said it was self defense). He was acquitted, but Arian Foster might want to watch his back.
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