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Burton Making NFL Comeback

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Updated: 7/15/2012 9:33 pm
Keenan Burton spent two seasons in St. Louis with the Rams and things looked promising.

But during his second season, the former Wildcat injured his patella.  In 2010, he was released by the team.

He's yet to play another down in the NFL following the one he'll never forget.

But don't count out the spirit in Burton.  He wants to make a comeback. Bad.

In fact, he says he won't leave the game he loves on anyone's terms but his own.

Check out the video to hear the latest from Keenan Burton.
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