Julian Edelman released & retires

Kenny F'ing Powers

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I can tell you in the last 3-4 years I haven’t even scouted a white corner. I didn’t look at Gunner.
Yeah, not sure if Jason Sehorn was ever as good as his reputation. Still remember his interception when he was lying on his back. Overrated corner, but his feast or famine style was fun.

Edit: a Jim Fassel sighting, too!

View: https://youtu.be/Nde0JNDvRBM
 
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ZMart100

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Sehorn was a very good corner early in his career. He lost a step towards the end, as most athletes do, but he was a real #1 NFL corner.
 

RIrooter09

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Didn't Fassel try him out as a kick returner and he immediately suffered a catastrophic injury?

Edit: Yes he did. From Wiki
After back-to-back successful seasons in 1996–97, Sehorn suffered a debilitating knee injury, tearing his anterior cruciate (ACL) and medial collateral ligaments (MCL) while returning the opening kickoff in a 1998 preseason game against the New York Jets.[5] Though Sehorn returned the next season, his speed was diminished.
 

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Technically, Showtime is also a subscription channel and is more expensive than P+.
Yes, but the Showtime subscription is a sunk cost (for those of us who subscribe). Now it's another $5 to watch Inside the NFL, which is hardly worth it.

Are there other sports things on Paramount that make that $5 worthwhile?
 

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Yes, but the Showtime subscription is a sunk cost (for those of us who subscribe). Now it's another $5 to watch Inside the NFL, which is hardly worth it.

Are there other sports things on Paramount that make that $5 worthwhile?
Champions League is the big one. Some World Cup qualifiers. A documentary mini-series called "Texas 6" about 6-man football that's mostly enjoyable.