Testy Allen hits New Orleans, Detroit below the belt

The brash defensive lineman spoke out during his weekly radio show on KFAN to denounce the two NFL cities he feels are the least enjoyable to travel to.
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The brash defensive lineman spoke out during his weekly radio show on KFAN to denounce the two NFL cities he feels are the least enjoyable to travel to.

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