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Football Player
    (April 28, 1979- )
    Born in Camarillo, California
    Linebacker who played for the Kansas City Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Cleveland Browns
    Due to his surname, many people assume that he's at least partially Japanese (he's not; his adoptive father is Japanese).
    He was one of 11 members of the NFLPA executive committee who publicly bantered with owners during the 2011 labor negotiation and lockout.
    After winning a Super Bowl with the New Orleans Saints, he immediately left to play for the laughing stock Cleveland Browns.
    He is politically outspoken.
    He looks like a seriously beefed up version of John Krasinski.
    He was suspended by the NFL for 8 games during the 2012 season for his role in the New Orleans Saints 'Bountygate' scandal (May 2, 2012).
    He played college football for the University of California.
    His adoptive Japanese father was born during World War II in an internment camp.
    He is a gay rights supporter who signed a letter to President Barack Obama in support of gay marriage.
    He donated money to, and helped raise awareness for, America's Wetlands Foundation following the BP oil spill off the coast of Louisiana.
    He supported the Adoption Services of Catholic Charities during his time with the Saints.

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