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Guess who is on the front page of ESPN



That's right. It is our undrafted free agent/budding star QB Max Hall. At least as of 3:30 EST he is. There is a well written article covering many of the "unknowns" concerning our young quarterback, including a funny anecdote concerning the potty mouth our famaous resident mormon. It seems the Cardinals have made it back to the front page. There is a curse that often comes with that. Let's hope we miss out on that this weekend. For all of us who have been anxiously waiting almost two weeks for Max's second start here is a link that will hopefully tide us over.


http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?id=5708548

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