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Malcolm Butler doesn’t have anything to say after benching

Cornerback Malcolm Butler‘s Patriots career took off thanks to a big play in a Super Bowl and it may have come to an end without a single defensive play in a Super Bowl. Butler was surprisingly left on the bench when the defense was on the field in Sunday’s 41-33 loss to the Eagles in [more]
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