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T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
Indianapolis â Ramses Barden knows itâs coming. Itâs the conversation â a brief one, probably, sometime Saturday night or Sunday â when Tom Coughlin tells him that heâll not be playing in the Super Bowl. He knows itâs coming, but that wonât make it hurt any less.
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Tom Coughlin is planning to go for a third Super Bowl win with the New York Giants next season.
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