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Duncan grateful for Vanderbilt experience

Linebacking great <B>Jamie Duncan</b>, who anchored the great Vanderbilt defense of 1997 which led the SEC, returned to campus last weekend and was honored as the grand marshal of the Homecoming parade. Duncan, now a seven-year NFL veteran currently with the Atlanta Falcons, talks with VandyMania about playing in the pros and how grateful he is just to have been a Commodore.

****** VandyMania: Jamie, first of all, the Falcons are having a phenomenal year. Tell me how you're faring as a member of the 6-2 Atlanta Falcons. Atlanta Falcon Jamie Duncan: It's going great. I've been injured... I tore my pec early in the year, but like you said, the most important thing is that we're winning. We are 6-2 and looking forward to the second half of the season. We've got a...

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