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Ramses Barden featured in ballet-inpired photo spread
NFL wide receiver Ramses Barden joined New York City Ballet dancer, Faye Arthurs, for a fashion shoot, showcasing designer shoes.
Barden displayed his very impressive physique in a supporting role to Ms. Arthurs as she donned custom dance shoes from Christian Louboutin and others.
The photos are quite tasteful and the full spread can be viewed at The Citizens of Fashion.
Don’t clown Barden for this shoot. I learned from an interview he conducted with Vibe.com that he’s quite confident and even has a cougar crush on the beautiful and lovely Phylicia Rashad.
Ramses Barden spent last seaon with the New York Giants and is currently a free agent.
Photo Credit – Paul Maffi
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