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New Dolphins Lineman A.J. Francis Just Had the Greatest Birthday in History

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How did your last birthday go? Pretty great? Had some drinks with your friends, got some gift cards from the parents, skipped out on work?

Yeah, A.J. Francis has you beat times 10,000. Last Saturday was his birthday. It was also the day he signed a pro contract with the Miami Dolphins -- and then proposed to his girlfriend. Best of all, it was all caught on video.

Even though he was passed over in the draft, Francis was a four-year starter at Maryland and earned All-ACC honorable mention last year, so he might just stick on the Fins.

Either way, next time someone tries to tell him how AWESOME their birthday at Dave & Busters was, he's got a hell of a video to pull out in their face.

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