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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Switching to Corner is Merely Michael Huff’s Latest Challenge

Huff imagines himself at cornerback (NFL.com)

Versatility is a major boon in the workforce.  Look at Tim Tebow, who plays fullback and punt coverage, which earns his NFL salary.  As for Oakland Raiders free safety Michael Huff, he is accustomed to shifting positions around the secondary.  Due to injuries to the team’s starting corners, Huff made an emergency start at right cornerback on Sunday.  We’ll see this for a while because the NFL veteran should emerge as the best cover corner in the Silver and Black.

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