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Drew Bledsoe Offers To Help With BP Oil Spill

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill continues to wreak havoc in the Gulf of Mexico, but fortunately, help is on the way: Drew Bledsoe. No, really.

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Apparently, Bledsoe is an investor in the Ecosphere Technologies' Ozonix water treatment system (along with Troy Aikman, oddly enough).

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"This is not technology sitting on the shelf waiting for a disaster," Bledsoe added. "This is technology out in the field satisfying contracts for well over a year, so it's proven. ... When you watch it, it is magic seeing dirty, nasty water go in one end and then crystal, clean water out the other end."

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The former Patriots quarterback says they "can be on site within 72 hours, cleaning water.” At this point, maybe BP should give it a shot. I mean, he's no Kevin Coster, but might as well give it a try.

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(Read more about this over at the Mothership, SBNation.com)

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