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Podcast: Gus Frerotte huddles up with Falcons LB Foye Oluokun

Gus Frerotte and Dave Hager host the "Huddle Up with Gus" podcast.

Former Ford City High School standout and NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte sits down with Atlanta Falcons linebacker Foye Oluokun in the latest edition of the podcast, “Huddle Up with Gus.”

In each episode, Frerotte discusses with guests how sports has shaped their lives.



Part 1: My childhood idols: Kobe, Iverson, Vick



Part 2: Zeke is just a fun-loving dude



Part 3: Combines? Who needs combines?



Part 4: Nice to meet you, Adrian Peterson



Part 5: No huddle: 2-minute drill

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