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Seahawks' Josh Gordon aims Russell Wilson dig at Tom Brady after Patriots exit

Daily Star Thursday, 14 November 2019
Seahawks' Josh Gordon aims Russell Wilson dig at Tom Brady after Patriots exitJosh Gordon left the New England Patriots for Seattle Seahawks earlier this month and has jibed Tom Brady with a Russell Wilson dig
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