"Whenever your guy makes the play, whenever you give up a pass rush or something, it's just something that sticks with you for a long time," Pouncey said.
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"He can have some of my money," said Pouncey, who signed a $44-million contract extension in 2014. "I'm totally fine with that. They can erase a year of my contract. I'm cool with just going out there and playing."
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