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Former NFL center Jason Brown does something truly sweet

Once upon a time, Jason Brown was the highest-paid center in the NFL. Now, he’s doing something even more rewarding. Via Aaron Moody of the Raleigh News and Observer, the former Ravens and Rams center became a farmer after he retired, and is turning over his harvest to his local community. Brown struck it rich [more]
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