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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Reacting to Julio Jones saying ‘I’m outta there’ on live TV | NFL Live” – below is their description.
Adam Schefter, Mina Kimes and Dan Orlovsky join Laura Rutledge on NFL Live to react to Julio Jones telling Shannon Sharpe “I’m outta there” on live TV, referring to an impending trade from the Atlanta Falcons.
0:00 Adam Schefter gives the backstory and explains the trade situation.
2:47 Mina Kimes on if Jones is worth the draft capital and cap space.
4:02 Dan Orlovsky says the Patriots make sense as a trade partner.
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