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Last week we saw Cardinals rookie Robert Gill run 25 MPH on a treadmill.
It looks like free agent wide receiver Chad Johnson felt like running at a high rate of speed might help his chances at landing another NFL contract.
Chad ran 24 MPH on a treadmill and did it on a 2.5 inch incline.
This is pretty impressive. We’ll have to wait and see if it helps him land a job.
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R.kelly is the ****, I don't care how many kids he done pee pee on!
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