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Swagu or Swag-Ew: Thanksgiving traditions | SportsNation

Marcus Spears joins SportsNation for a special edition of “Swagu or Swag-Ew” and gives his thoughts on Thanksgiving traditions like the Detroit Lions playing on Thanksgiving every year to the Turkey Trot.

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