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NEW YORK — Rutgers legendary back Brian Leonard hosted a charity bowling event last night at Chelsea Piers that drew in many Rutgers and NFL stars. During Leonard’s “Rally at the Alley” to raise money for cancer patients, the current Cincinnati Bengal spoke with ScarletReport.com about his charity and the Rutgers family atmosphere.
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