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Holding up his end

Smallish Freeney provides quick-strike capability on defensive line

By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Staff / January 16, 2005

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INDIANAPOLIS -- Dwight Freeney, the fastest and most productive defensive end in today's NFL, wasn't one of those kids who took up the game as a Pop Warner prodigy. He didn't crawl into bed with cleats on, a ball tucked under his arm, or show up at his first Bloomfield (Conn.) High School practice session with steel rods that he ... (Full article: 1802 words)

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