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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Buck Ortega
While the sporting world counts down the hours until the start of Sunday's Super Bowl, family and friends of onetime Washington Redskins superstar Sean Taylor face a much longer wait for justice to be done.
"I'm thinking about you," Buck Ortega tells him.
"Watching him play was like artwork," Buck Ortega said. "Sean had a one-upper for everything [on the field]. It was the truth. He was that good. It was scary how good he was."