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I'm sorry if this has been posted already, but this is gold for me.
I was unfortunately too young to appreciate him while he was a Hurricane (I only focused on the team as a whole....besides my hero K. Dorsey lol), and I never watched the NFL. That said, watching this was amazing. I was already amazed by how great he was in college....but to make the transition and still dominate...it's remarkable.
This is my favorite football player of all-time... He was a beast on the field, laid on the line every game.... I have never seen a safety like this in my day of sports, he was a all around player... If he was still in the NFL right now, he would definately be a top 3 safety if not the best one... This guy brought fear in the eye of some of the best players he played against, they know one thing this guy wasn't out there playing.... And those highlights was early in his career, just imagine him still in the league.... This guy was amazing, no one better!!!
My favorite parts of the video regarding opponent's reactions were when D. McNabb just smiled and shook his head after one of Sean's plays, and then T. Glenn practically going into a fetal position when he saw Sean coming at him.
Wow! The redskins haven't been the same team since we lost him. Sean and Jerome were the most feared players at their respected positions. May they both rest in cane heaven...
A real shame he died, I can vividly remember turning on the t.v. and seeing breaking news that he had been shot. he would've made the HoF. somber post, its good to remember those who've carried the tradition of the U
This post was edited by ItalianaCane26 2 years ago
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