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Mark Rypien On Super Bowl XLVIII: Part Two

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Part two of Mark Rypien's three-part Super Bowl XLVIII interview with SWX. Part two of Mark Rypien's three-part Super Bowl XLVIII interview with SWX.
Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien offers SWX an inside look on what its like to be in a Super Bowl, his thoughts on players in this Sunday's, Feb. 2, game and the effect the weather might have on the game. This is part two of a three part installment featuring Rypien, because his interview was so long we couldn't post it into one video!

Here is the link to Part Onehttp://bit.ly/1iZoEfw! Look out for Part Three later tonight! 

The 16-year pro was interviewed at the Rypien Foundation headquarters in Spokane, Wash. earlier this week. The mission of the Rypien Foundation is to assist families battling childhood cancer. For more information and how you can get involved visit this link: http://www.markrypienfoundation.org/ Or you can visit its facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rypien-Foundation/177638977112
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