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Interesting... He did have a tryout w/ the Jets in 2018 so its no so far off the ranch (but also in consideration or the video release date):

 
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Interesting... He did have a tryout w/ the Jets in 2018 so its no so far off the ranch (but also in consideration or the video release date):

89 games over 9 years. He missed 16 games. He was oft injured missing 47 games. Could work in his favor as that lessened the wear and tear. But it will be tough for a team to depend on him as he spent a lot of time on the sideline with injury.

Or it's an Apil Fool's joke.
 
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Quite frankly the Giants could put him at right tackle and be better off. His broken leg when trying to block well downfield a number of seasons ago was such bad luck.
 
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Quite frankly the Giants could put him at right tackle and be better off. His broken leg when trying to block well downfield a number of seasons ago was such bad luck.
He also hurt himself weight lifting and that cost him another season. He moves really well for a guy that is 6-5, 319 but he can't stay on the field.
 
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At some point Sherm has to be the considered as having the most impressive UConn/NFL career, no? (Dan O excluded)
Noting a 10 year NFL career and Pro Bowl appearance and a 13 year NFL career are each impressive, Nick "The Trashman" Giaquinto may reasonably raise his hand as one of UConn's Super Bowl game participants (XVI and XVII) and Super Bowl XVII winner with Theismann, Riggins, and the Hogs. Similarly, Brian Kozlowski's 14 year career and Super Bowl XXXIII appearance deserve reasonable respect. Without giving a hoot about the Chiefs, ideally the Shermanator is part of a Super Bowl championship team.
 

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