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Fantasy Football dropout

On Thanksgiving Day, Sun-Times reporter Joe Agrest gave thanks for Titans' running back Chris Johnson, whom he now "owns," thanks to Fantasy Football. I, too, own some players, including Kurt Warner. It's all thanks to my brother who, this year, begged me to join his online Fantasy Football league. Not only did Peter beg, but he threw in a heavy does of guilt. "It's Grandpa's idea," he wrote in his email.
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