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Nick Ferguson’s Secondary Perspective

Nick Ferguson’s Secondary Perspective

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January 29th 2015:Are You Kidding Me

Sometimes bad publicity is good publicity but that all depends on who you ask. When it comes to controversy before a big game, most head coaches would love to avoid it like the plague. Unfortunately it's not that easy and once the story breaks the distractions can prove to be overwhelming. On today's show we are joined by the well dressed Amani Toomer, who gives us a peak inside what really takes place during this not so normal week of Super Bowl preparations. Two time Super Bowl Champ (XXXV, XLI) Brandon Stokley provides first hand accounts of the big game atmosphere and the best ways for thi

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Amani Toomer

This New York Giants fan favorite earned his stripes as a Wide Receiver for the Michigan Wolverines. Amani became only the 3rd player in school's history to record 1,000 yards receiving in a season. He was later drafted by the New York Football Giants in 1996, where he cut his teeth as a contributor on the punt and kick return units. After biding his time as reserve, Amani made his presence felt in 1999 when he set a team record of 79 receptions at the time. Amani later went on to break several Giants records including that of Frank Gifford as the team's all-time leading receiving yardage leader. Toomer's hard work eventually paid off with defeat of then undefeated New England Patriot's, w
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Brandon Stokley

Played his collegiate football at Louisiana-Lafayette before being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round during the 1999 draft. A 38 yard reception against the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV helped the Ravens emerge victorious and signified Brandon's coming out party. Stockley has enjoyed a successful NFL career that spans 14 seasons with (Ravens, Broncos, Colts, Giants and Seahawks). His dedication to his craft allowed him to amass 5,339 receiving yards, while adding 39 TDs. Stockley's NFL career may have started with humble roots but with 2x AFC championships along with another Super Bowl XLI berth under his belt. It's safe to assume that Brandon Stokley made the most o
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