New NFL 'Documentaries' Show What Became of 2 Fictional Players From Jerry Maguire

Parodies promote movie's 20th anniversary

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It's been 20 years since Cameron Crowe's football-themed romantic comedy Jerry Maguire hit theaters, permanently entering the catchphrase "Show me the money" into the lexicon and garnering an Oscar for Cuba Gooding Jr. To promote a newly-released 20th anniversary Blu-Ray edition of the movie, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and the NFL teamed up to release two parody mockumentaries about the fictional football careers of Gooding Jr.'s

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