Kendra Wilkinson, Hank Baskett Headed For Indiana Jones?

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Thursday, 17 September 2009

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Kendra Wilkinson is giving up bagels & cheese for "Indy racer cars".

Just two days after being let go by the Michael Vick popular Philadelphia Eagles, Kendra Wilkinson's husband Hank Baskett is all set to sign with an even bigger Super Bowl favorite, the Indianapolis Colts. He's expected to begin practicing today and could be catching passes from Peyton Manning by this weekend's big game.

"I'm so happy to get out of that dog-house", Kendra reportedly told a reporter for the Indianapolis Inkling column in the Times.

While Kendra says the that it's not quite completed yet, she's definitely all psycho-ed up about the move.

"This is a great opportunity for Hank to be playing for the Indiana Colts. Peaton Manning is one of the best-if not the best-quarterbacks of all time, and I'm excited to see my baby kick whoever is on that other team's ass!"

"Colts, Ass, Get it!"

Kendra went on and on about her husband according to the Times. "(I'm) So proud of Hank for staying strong and positive despite being cut by that team. He's never showed it to me, but I bet it hurt. A lot of guys would have gotten down but not him."

Although she stated that being pregnant is rough while making so many moves, she looks forward to "going to the Indy 400, pulling for the Indiana Packers basketball group..oh, is Larry The Bird still there? He was my favorite.. and maybe getting to meet Indiana Jones himself."

"I'm inviting him to our baby shower. Anyone know the address?"

"Oh silly me, he's probably out after diamonds or something. Well, I'll still invite him."

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