Found February 01, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
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Jerod Mayo was the Patriots’ first-round draft pick three months after they lost Super Bowl XLII to the Giants, so the Super Bowl experience is new to him. And like a lot of us, Mayo is getting anxious for the game to get here already. “It’s like counting down days before Christmas,” Mayo said. “Guys…
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