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Where the NFL Eats

NFL players like to fuel up on good food when they're at home or on the road.  Click through to find out their favorite joints.

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Miami Dolphins

Athletes love Miami. Those in town for a game appreciate its sunny clime, and those living there enjoy not having to pay a state income tax. Both are reasons to celebrate. And Prime One Twelve, the trendy South Beach steakhouse in the Browns Hotel, is one of the top destinations.

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Dallas Cowboys

Nick & Sam’s is beloved by NFL players because they always deliver dependable, quality steaks and chops, and the portions are huge. The menu boasts aged beef that starts at 16 ounces for the rib-eye and goes all the way up to three pounds for the porterhouse. Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman is a fan, while Reggie Bush (left) scored a coveted table during Super Bowl weekend in February.

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Chicago Bears

The Windy City haunts of the Bears tend to serve the meat-and-potato fare of the heartland. Quarterback Jay Cutler (left) likes the retro steakhouse Wildfire while offensive tackle J’Marcus Webb frequents the Chicago original, Harry Caray’s. Other places to spot players include the landmark Gene and Georgetti’s; Joe’s Prime Seafood, Steak & Stone Crab; and, of course, Ditka’s.

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Washington Redskins

It’s no surprise that Morton’s is a favorite stop for visiting and local players alike. But the Redskins' players also like to carbo-load at the off-the-map Italian Ristorante Bonaroti in Vienna, Va.

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Houston Texans

Vic & Anthony’s is a go-to steakhouse for Houston Texans players like quarterback Matt Schaub (pictured). In addition to the red meat, seafood, and chicken, the menu offers 12 different vegetables sides, the majority of which come fried, buttered, or creamed.

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Where the NFL Eats

NFL players like to fuel up on good food when they're at home or on the road.  Click through to find out their favorite joints.

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