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    Params: post, 486047, a:1:{i:0;s:262:"Even if you think Newhouse profiles better as a guard, I don't see any way that would be accomplished here. Sitton sure isn't going anywhere, and we've seen enough of Lang to know he's much more competent as a guard than a tackle. Both are signed long-term.";}, 1458829234, 1464260089
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