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I am the last person to judge, and I personally don’t find anything wrong with the below for any person not in the public spotlight. However, when Roger Goodell is your boss and you have thousands of kids looking up to you as a role model, you might want to rethink having pictures like the below floating around the internet. On the flip-side, if some of those kids are actually following Bibi Jones (now: Britney Maclin) on Twitter, then this is the least of their worries. In the meantime I will continue to live vicariously through Gronk.
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