Found December 09, 2011 on baltimoresun.com:
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Jerome Felton grew up in Madison, Tenn., less than an hour’s drive from Knoxville. So it’s not surprising he was a fan of the University of Tennessee and its All-American quarterback or that when Peyton Manning moved on to the Indianapolis Colts, Felton began keeping a close eye on them. He noticed something: no fullback.
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