Found February 24, 2012 on Silver and Black Daily:
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So it’s been exactly 2 weeks since the Oakland Raiders released Stanford Routt.  It has taken me 2 weeks to actually sit down and decide to write about it.  I could have written something regarding his release back then in the heat of the moment.  The only problem with that is I probably would have [...]
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