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Santana Moss shows what’s old can be new again [The Washington Post]

Santana Moss shows what’s old can be new again [The Washington Post]

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Andre Johnson tops 11,000 career yards [Nick Scurfield, HoustonTexans.com]

Andre Johnson tops 11,000 career yards [Nick Scurfield, HoustonTexans.com]

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VOTE @TravisBenjamin3 NFL PepsiMax Rookie of the Week! Click HERE!

VOTE @TravisBenjamin3 NFL PepsiMax Rookie of the Week! Click HERE!

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Santana: ‘I’ve Been Waiting For This Moment’

Santana: ‘I’ve Been Waiting For This Moment’

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#ProCanes Wallpaper of the Day: Reggie Wayne

#ProCanes Wallpaper of the Day: Reggie Wayne

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Just Who is the Fastest Brown in 2012?

"Benjamin is the smallest man on the team, at 5-foot-10, 173 pounds. He is the one with the longest hair, purposely not having it cut — only trimmed — since seventh grade. He might be the most soft-spoken man on the team, at least when he is talking to strangers." 

by: Steve Doerschuk, Canton Repository 

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#ProCanes Wallpaper of the Day: Andre Johnson (via HoustonTexans.com)

#ProCanes Wallpaper of the Day: Andre Johnson (via HoustonTexans.com)

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Matchup of Elites: Andre Johnson vs. Charles Tillman

"Every so often a game brings together not just elite players but elite players for two teams in exactly opposing positions, with the prospect of going against each other virtually every snap." by: John “Moon” Mullin, CSNChicago.com

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Andre Johnson feeling better week by week

"After a quiet four-week stretch earlier in the season, wide receiver Andre Johnson has been back to putting up Andre Johnson-like numbers in the last two games…It’s not a coincidence." by: Nick Scurfield, HoustonTexans.com

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Reggie Wayne: I stayed to help Luck build his legacy

"Andrew Luck may not be the next Peyton Manning, but like it or not, that’s the standard that comes with the job for the Indianapolis Colts’ rookie quarterback. Reggie Wayne — now Luck’s favorite receiver after years of connecting with Manning — thinks that is so wrong." by: Jarrett Bell, USA Today Sports

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