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Stevan Ridley took Casual Friday to another level.
The Patriots running back strutted his stuff through the Patriots' locker room in none other than an adult onesie on Friday.
Ridley prefers to call the getup a "jumpsuit," but it's semantics, really. Nothing takes away from the fact that an adult onesie -- or "jumpsuit" -- is a very underutilized article of clothing nowadays.
But perhaps the style isn't as underutilized as one thinks. Ridley, who reportedly said others call him a "Teletubby," isn't the only player on the Patriots who rocks the sweatshirt-sweatpants combo. In fact, his teammate, running back Shane Vereen, tweeted a photo of six players rocking the look.
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