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In Wake of Dallas, NFL Player Reminds People to Pray Continually, Not Just After Disaster Strikes

New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson received a lot of attention late last year when he pointed out the double standard for prayer in America.

Now, Watson is back in the spotlight for encouraging Americans to pray all of the time, not just after tragic events and horror.


He spoke about his faith on Fox and Friends Wednesday morning.

Watson is the author of Under Our Skin, which was published in November 2015. 


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