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Miss February 2015
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Playboy's Miss February Kayslee Collins is a triple-threat- she's a model, singer and songwriter. And she's also our first guest on this week's Sports and Torts. Plus, we'll catch up with one of the Purple People Eaters - former Vikings defensive end Jim Marshall.

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Ms February Kayslee Collins

Miss February 2015 is the gorgeous, blonde bombshell Kayslee Collins from San Diego, California. She was a model way before she ever appeared in Playboy, with over 25 commercials to her name by age 16 for brands such as Barbie and Nickelodeon. She also received a feature in Galore Magazine and was named one of Esquire’s “Women We Love on Instagram. Photo Courtesy of Playboy
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Former Viking Jim Marshall
Jim Marshall was the NFL's original Iron Man - Marshall played in 282 straight games -302 if you count the playoffs - from 1960-1979, and started in 270. Those were both NFL records for decades until Jeff Feagles broke the consecutive games played mark in 2005 and Brett Favre broke the consecutive games started mark in 2009. Marshall is also remembered for one of the most embarrassing plays in NFL history.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Kayslee Collins
At a young age Kayslee began her acting career, starting on-stage at 5 years old. During her teen years she earned parts on the TV series The Homes as well as Nickelodeon’sZoey 101 and iCarly. She also presented at the 2007 Teen Choice Awards. When Kayslee entered high school she began to turn her focus towards music, which she says is her passion in life. Her first EP, Girl’s Night In, came out in 2012. She also recorded a song with up-and-coming producer Kevin Seaton, titled “Mulholland,” which came out in 2013. She also released a singled called “Fearless” right around the release of her Playmate centerfold. She earned an indie-pop publishing deal and hopes to release some hit music in the near future. As a West Coast native, Kayslee loves the beach, music, yoga classes, spending time with her family and taking bubble baths. She hopes to inspire people throughout her life, whether through modeling, music or “my sassy personality.” She says the recipe to her heart is, “One teaspoon of nerd, two cups of sugar and some adventure sprinkled on top.”

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Jim Marshall
Marshall played college football at the Ohio State University. He left school before his senior year, and played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League. He was then drafted in the 4th round of the 1960 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns. Marshall played the 1960 season with the Browns before being traded along with five other players (including fellow defensive lineman Paul Dickson) to the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for two draft picks in the 1961 NFL Draft. He then played from 1961 to 1979 with the Vikings and finished with a then-record 282 consecutive games (since surpassed by Jeff Feagles). He started 270 consecutive games while playing for the Vikings,[4] a record since surpassed by Brett Favre.

He played in Pro Bowls after the 1968 and 1969 NFL seasons. He recovered 30 fumbles, an NFL record. He was a member of the Vikings' famous "Purple People Eaters" (which consisted of Marshall (DE), Alan Page (DT), Gary Larsen (DT), and Carl Eller (DE), and was the final player from Minnesota's initial expansion team of 1961 to retire. The Vikings credit Marshall with 127 career quarterback sacks, second most in Viking History behind Eller. He is one of 11 players to have played in all four of the Vikings Super Bowl appearances in the 1970s.

Jim Marshall is also a member of The Pigskin Club Of Washington, D.C. National Intercollegiate All-American Football Players Honor Roll.