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    I missed the game, but saw the pics. What's with the pink shoes?

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    Originally posted by Chiledog
    I missed the game, but saw the pics. What's with the pink shoes?
    A lot of players are wearing pink gear in association with breast cancer awareness

    i think i saw Avery with some pink sweatbands and i remember Jackson wearing pink cleats


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      Re: Favre Fashion Statement

      Its for breast cancer awareness
      The Breakfast Club. You want cheese with that?


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        ha ha!
        The Breakfast Club. You want cheese with that?


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          Re: Favre Fashion Statement

          Most teams in the NFL are wearing it for Breast Cancer Awareness.

          But the Rams are wearing it because it looks good on them, and gets them in touch with their feminine side.

          Fits with the way they play... :|


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