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‘Huddle Up’ part 5: Chris Long talks Pearl Jam, U.Va. hoops and Twitter

Former NFL defensive lineman Chris Long explains his connection with Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament, who his favorite account to follow on Twitter is and how he ended up on the cover of Sports Illustrated after the Virginia men’s basketball team’s national championship during Part 5 of this week’s “Huddle Up with Gus” podcast.

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Part 1: ‘Huddle Up:’ Ex-NFL great Chris Long retires to parents’ home – for now

Part 2: Podcast part 2: Chris Long recalls ‘shenanigans’ as a kid, college recruiting

Part 3: Podcast part 3: Faced with adversity, Chris Long ‘stuck it out’ to become All-American at Virginia

Part 4: Ex-NFL standout Chris Long on Aaron Donald: ‘He’s the best football player in the world’


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Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long (56) reacts on a defensive stop in the first half of an NFL divisional playoff football game against the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans, Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019.
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