Chicago athletes and teams honor Veterans Day on Twitter

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One of the best things to come of Twitter its ability to connect fans with their favorite athletes and teams. Wednesday, the roles were reversed as Chicago teams and athletes took time to appreciate another segment of the population.

All of the major college and pro teams as well as some players took some time out Wednesday to say thank you to armed forces veterans on Veterans Day. Every team honors veterans and the armed forces in different ways throughout the year, from inviting veterans to games to donating to charities. But Wednesday was all about saying thank you to those who have served.

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