Swine flu-ridden Rams canceled practice leaves questions
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Rams football team canceled a practice this week due to several players on the team contracting the swine flu. Many were puzzled by this motion of events, because no one knew that the Rams had ever practiced at all, let alone scheduled one and canceled it. Undercover investigators who have been tracking this team for months were flabbergasted. "We've been to every game, we've followed every member of this team for months and there was never any indication that these guys even tossed the pigskin around in the back yard," said lead investigator Samuel Weber. "We knew about the swine flu, though. We traced quarterback Kyle Boller to a pig farm in western Missouri, where he proceeded to undress, lay down and spoon gently with a pot bellied swine, " Weber added, disturbingly. "There are some things that can't be unseen."
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