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Kicker, 32, Wants to Be NFL Rookie

detroit free press

Look at him: 185 pounds of fast-twitch muscle, punting footballs on the beach, capable of booting 65-yard field goals, five months from a college degree.

Justin Rosenbaum is 32. And if he makes an NFL roster this fall, what a story he will have to tell. He could begin in 2005, although his journey begins much earlier.

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