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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Inside the Helmet: Brandon Weeden’s NFL Nightmare

Weeden has nowhere to go but up (Mark Duncan/Associated Press)

Brandon Weeden is the most powerful man in Cleveland.  Few quarterbacks can spur an entire town to openly weep in a three hour span.  Weeden triggered the event with an apocalyptic week one performance that made Tim Couch cringe: 12 completions in 35 attempts, 118 yards, 4 interceptions, 2 fumbles and a 5.1 quarterback rating.  It was the worst opening start for an NFL rookie since 1960.

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