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Pittsburgh Steelers' Australian punter Jordan Berry to feel NFL heat against Patriots

Brisbane Times Sunday, 22 January 2017
Jordan Berry knows the Pittsburgh Steelers are just one win away from the Super Bowl, but the lanky Australian punter doesn't want think or talk about it.
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