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Rudolph wants an increased role

Kyle Rudolph hasn't had many footballs thrown his way this season. When the ball is thrown his way he usually catches it. Rudolph says he was blessed with big hands, and he's patiently waiting to use those hands to catch more footballs.
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Kyle Rudolph hasn't had many footballs thrown his way this season. When the ball is thrown his way he usually catches it. Rudolph says he was blessed with big hands, and he's patiently waiting to use those hands to catch more footballs.

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