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No Guts, No Glory:
Prince Amukamara didn’t play quarterback in college and he doesn’t play quarterback in the NFL. He hasn’t been cut or traded for poor play as a quarterback either.
He’s never been voted the NFL’s most overrated player and he’s certainly never tried to throw his weight around about pictures and t-shirts.
Everything that has been written thus far has been things that Tim Tebow has done or has attempted to do. Which means, you wouldn’t expect anyone to compare Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara to Tebow. But apparently, Prince Amukamara’s teammates do just that. Not because of anything you’ve read thus far, but because they’re both virgins.
Prince Amukamara spoke about his virginity in an interview with Muscle and Fitness magazine via The Star-Ledger.
“Yeah, some people call me the black Tim Tebow,” he told the magazine, adding: “Yeah, I am a virgin. I’m not ashamed to say that.”
Get ready for all the black Tim Tebow stories. Or not.
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