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America’s Game: Where Fantasy (Football) Meets Reality

GUEST POST: Julia Randall learned how to call a turkey so she could brag about it at parties. When it isn’t baseball season, you can find her Googling sports injuries and writing for Draft Street. In 2013, 33,559,990 people in the United States played fantasy sports. They watched more games, bought more tickets, and purchased more items at stadiums during their sports season. This...
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October 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Cato June Takes NFL Experience to High School

His NFL career cut short by injuries, Cato June jumped into a life after football by working at his alma mater, Anacostia High School.Photo Credit: Feed Loader
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November 23, 2011  |  Discuss

Coltsider reviews 2003 draft

Kyle Rodriguez looks back at 2003's draft which brought the Colts three starters and two Classic Colts.  The big win was Dallas Clark but don't forget they Colts bagged one of our favorites, Cato June, and one of the great clutch defensive players of his generation: Robert Mathis. Mathis wasn’t a big need, and he likely could have lasted longer, although I don’t know...
Via The Colts Authority
November 16, 2011  |  Discuss
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