Found May 22, 2012 on Helmet2Helmet:
PLAYERS: David Clowney
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
Upon entering the league as a fifth-round pick in 2007, David Clowney has bounced around the NFL, with stops in New York, Carolina, and, currently, Buffalo. He’s had a nondescript career, mostly as a practice squad-type receiver, hauling in just 22 total receptions. Well, the 25-year-old finally made headlines — and it had absolutely nothing to do with football. On Tuesday, Clowney fired off a tweet of his HIV test results, which, evidently, he received from his doctors Tuesday, and was unable to contain his excitement. Got My HIV Results Back!! ???????????? Thank God for keeping my body healthy and — David Clowney IV (@DavidClowney) May 22, 2012 The proof? Nothing like a clean bill of health. [H/T USA Today]

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