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A 308-pound Ravens lineman is driving a Nissan Versa

If all were right with the world, John Urschel would be everyone’s favorite NFL player. The Baltimore Ravens’ offensive lineman is already a big deal, thanks to his love of math and the attention it has brought him from Rolling Stone, NPR, the New York Times and other outlets. For, he explained a paper […]
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