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sburghs offence has looked inconsistent to start 2013, hes still a TE1 moving forward. Coby Fleener (at Jaguars)Last week - 2 cat

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sburghs offence has looked inconsistent to start 2013, hes still a TE1...
#1   2016/04/13 08:30AM
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