Found December 17, 2012 on
Backyard Sports Blog:
Packers linebacker Clay Mathews brought out his inner Magic Mike yesterday after a sack on Bears QB Jay Cutler. It's not surprising that twitter blew up with ladies saying how hot his new dance looked. I was a little more into the game than the dance which the Packers won 21-10 behind three touchdowns by receiver James Jones.
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