An NFL Veteran’s Perspective: Q&A With Super Bowl XXXV Champion Clarence Love

Love was selected in the 4th round of the 1998 NFL draft (NFL.com)

You are more likely to contract Diabetes than play in a Super Bowl, let alone an NFL snap.  Former Eagle, Raven and Raider cornerback Clarence Love participated in two Super Bowls, winning with Baltimore (2001) and losing with Oakland (2003).  The veteran excelled in dime packages and special teams units.  Love was kind enough to share his experiences and opinions:

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Let’s Celebrate Kyle Boller, and Nine Years of NFL Letdowns

Boller is finished (Nick Laham/Getty Images)

The most disappointing moment in my life occurred November 9, 2011.  I had spent three days pouring my soul into an intimate love letter, only to discover that a 20 year old reincarnation of Aphrodite was in fact a lesbian.  I have also admired photogenic quarterback Kyle Boller from afar, and while I’ve learned a lesson about judging a book by its cover, the sum of his NFL career has been similarly dismaying.   The Southern California native retired on July 29, a day after signing with the San Diego Chargers, closing the chapter on an underwhelming tale of three-and-outs and untimely injuries.   I once believed in Boller, but like many attractive individuals, he was merely a tease.

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