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Kenny Burrough Recovering After Heart Attack

Kenny Burrough was a key cog for the Houston Oilers during the 1970s and some, quite frankly, really poor teams. But in old 00's case (he wore the uniform number 00), he wasn't the skinniest guy at fat camp. He was truly a star wide receiver, thrice being in the top four for receiving yards and once leading the league in 1975. He was also a trailblazer of sorts for the tall, athletic wide receivers in vogue today, standing at 6'4". He and Dan Pastorini were also early proponents of "The Bomb," and Burrough credited ballet with helping improve his game, especially for that play. My best to 00 and his family, and may his recovery be quick. h/t Stacy (for those that remember him)
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