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Randy Jordan 'always a Tar Heel,' even as Redskins' RB coach


Wearing a headset on an NFL sideline wasn't in the plans for when he was playing ball and studying at North Carolina. "I thought I was going to be the next Tom Suiter and majored in communications," the second-year Redskins running backs coach said. But instead of reading highlights on TV, Jordan opted to stay a bit closer to the game when his playing days ended. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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