Found June 25, 2012 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
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Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins lost his cleats and a good measure of pride by being defeated in a best-of-three receiving drill by a high school player at Jenkins’ own football camp in New Jersey. Cleats are a decent prize, but it’s only fitting that the camp pays for the kid to meet with Vernon Davis over dinner where the two can share intimates tales of abusing Malcolm Jenkins on the field. Also: the Saints might give up 10,000 points this season. – Sad news for Seahawks fans: apparently Matt Flynn has yet to overtake Tarvaris Jackson in the battle to be the Seahawks’ starting QB. Ufford says not to worry because Tarvaris is Tarvaris and all will be well. Easy to say in June. If this lingers into August, I expect homer anguish from Matt unseen since the Brian Russell days. – Steve Smith was in Los Angeles over the weekend participating in the very Jesus-y charitable act of washing homeless people’s feet then giving them new socks and shoes. Very generous stuff, even if I can’t ...
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