The 10 Most Annoying Humans in NFL

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The NFL is almost here, and after my first full summer spent covering sports, I'm more excited than ever. Covering NBA players golfing, Kurt Warner biopics, and Roger Clemens will make a man excited for ANYTHING.

And through it all, football's been the light at the end of this tunnel. The preview season has been in full swing for a few weeks now, and you can find some excellent coverage elsewhere on, as our team bloggers have been profiling their favorite teams from top to bottom. You can find the first half of the 2010 previews here.

But as the second half of previews roll out over the next few weeks, we figured it'd a good idea to take things in a little different direction. The NFL is way too awesome to limit our previews to team-by-team breakdowns and...

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