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The Squeeze: Warriors, Chickens and Entourage

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We hope you're enjoying your National Donut Day with your closest friends and a cup of coffee. Here are five buzz-worthy things you should know before you kick off the weekend.


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1. T.J. Ward and his Golden State Warriors Fandom


Calling safety T.J. Ward a Golden State Warriors fan might be an understatement. The native of the Bay Area is a lover of all teams in his hometown, but last May Ward permanently inked a tattoo of the Warriors logo.

While Ward was neutral when it came to weighing in on the Stephen Curry and LeBron James matchup, he did have some things to say about Curry's daughter, Riley.

"I saw the postgame interviews — she's adorable!" said Ward. "She definitely has a lot of personality."

2. Von Miller: Aspiring Chicken Farmer

Linebacker Von Miller really digs chicks. Last night, Miller chatted with Trey Wingo on NFL LIVE and discussed his aspirations of raising chickens.

This isn't a new dream for the Texas A&M grad, who received his degree in poultry science. In 2013, Miller sat down with Lindsay H. Jones of USA TODAY Sports, and discussed how he purchased 38 chickens to raise on his eight-acre property outside of Dallas.

"I really wanted to get to the fundamentals, getting back to raising chicks," Miller said. "I raised chicks in college in class and stuff. Now it's a project for me to do it on my own, and see where I go with it. I'm pretty excited about it."

3. Broncos on Film

This offseason, the Broncos aren't just breaking down game film. This past week, players had the opportunity to screen not one, but two films that had yet to be released to the public. The team had some down time after OTAs and set off to see the the new films Entourage and Dope.

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5. In Case You Missed It…

Shane Ray may technically be a rookie, but his teammates aren't planning on treating him like that.

There's no doubt that Chris Harris Jr. is a leader inside and outside of the locker room, but he's always striving to get better because: Dude. Remembers. Everything.

Omar Bolden's mindset for expanding his culinary skills is much like his mindset for returning kicks: "It's not about where you start. It's about where you finish." Bradley Roby gave himself a C-minus after his rookie season. This year, he believes his contribution will grade a lot higher. //

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