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Nick Ferguson’s Secondary Perspective

Nick Ferguson’s Secondary Perspective

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March 12th 2015:Good Times

It's time to put the achievements and disappointments from last season in the rearview mirror, as March signifies the start of a new NFL season. Several teams are hopeful that early moves and deep pool of free agent talent can quickly transform them from pretenders to contenders. In a boom or bust league where so much hangs in the balance with a stroke of a pen. Most NFL franchises try to avoid overspending but desperation can change all of that. On today's show, former Packers wide receiver Antonio Freeman discuss how recent free agent moves around the NFL could impact divisional outcomes. Fr

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Antonio Freeman

Freeman played college football at Virginia Tech, where he caught 93 passes for 1,534 yards and 16 touchdowns in three seasons. He also returned 63 punts for 651 yards and another touchdown, and rushed for 37 yards. Freeman was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 1995 NFL Draft. He went on to lead the Packers in receiving in four seasons from 1996–1999, and led the NFL in receiving in 1998. During Super Bowl XXXI in1997 Freeman caught a Super Bowl record-length touchdown pass of 81 yards from Brett Favre against the New England Patriots. The following year, Freeman gained over 1,200 receiving yards as Green Bay advanced to their second consecutive Super Bowl, where he caught 9 passes f
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Tashard Choice

Choice played college football at Georgia Tech. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He finished his Cowboys career with 250 rushing attempts for 1,139 yards (4.6-yard average). Choice has danced the NFL two step and spent time with Washington, Colts and Bills. Choice began his collegiate career at the University of Oklahoma but transferred to Georgia Tech in 2005. In 2004, Choice served as a backup to true freshman Adrian Peterson. At the end of the season, his mother fell ill and Choice applied for a medical hardship to return home and play for Georgia Tech. Choice led the Yellow Jacket rushing attack in 2006, becoming the first Yellow Jacket to
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