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The triumph of karma

With all the talk about Brett Favre's midsection in the past week or so...I'm sure I'm not the only one who thought Brett encountered a bit of karma yesterday at practice. Either that or his wife Deanna has some kind of telekinetic power. I think I'm voting for the second option. Watch and enjoy. And feel free to share with your friends.

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10/14/2010 6:51AM
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What? He doesn't wear a cup during football practice??
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Did Jenn Sterger throw that ball?
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