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Who knows why San Francisco 49′ers tight end Vernon Davis spent the last week of training camp toting around a “Chucky doll” from the movie “Child’s Play.” Vernon not only terrorized his teammates with it for Instagram, he also took it to lunch.
So far the only analogy that I can come up with is that Chucky’s tag line was “wanna play,” so perhaps Vernon is using good guy Chucky as a symbol for the Niners plan to butcher the competition like a homicidal manic on the playing field this season.
Does that work for you? Well, it’s all I got, in the mean time check out this smack cam footage courtesy of Colin Kaepernick
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To confirm: WR Chris Harper signed with #Seahawks practice squad, then signed to #49ers 53-man roster. He's with SF now.
— Danny 710ESPNSeattle (@BrocknDanny) September 2, 2013
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