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Jared Allen is Rambo in Maxim

Jared Allen is many things in this world. He's a football player, hunter, world traveler, mullet master, and now he's playing the role of Rambo the Warrior in the latest issue of Maxim magazine.
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Jared Allen is many things in this world. He's a football player, hunter, world traveler, mullet master, and now he's playing the role of Rambo the Warrior in the latest issue of Maxim magazine.

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