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    Params: post, 500644, a:1:{i:0;s:210:"The last time Hawk ran a 4.59 was at the combine. He is 7 + years removed from that time. I doubt he could break 5.0 now. I think we all would like the luxury of being measured against what we once could do.";}, 1470665447, 1472361129
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