Don't hear enough about the good things athletes do? Here's 1: M. Colston will fund purchase of hi-tech X-ray machine for Children's Hosp.
Don't hear enough about the good things athletes do? Here's 1: M. Colston will fund purchase of hi-tech X-ray machine for Children's Hosp.— WWL-TV Sports (@wwltvsports) July 16, 2013
According to press release, the machine Colston will purchase is specially designed for use w/ newborns, reduces radiation exposure.
According to press release, the machine Colston will purchase is specially designed for use w/ newborns, reduces radiation exposure.— WWL-TV Sports (@wwltvsports) July 16, 2013
Who's working....— Jonathan Vilma (@JonVilma51) July 16, 2013
Sorry, Ship. Roman Harper didn't tweet any words of wisdom today.
Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?
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