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Football Player
    (March 11, 1975- )
    Born in Williamsburg, Virginia
    Attended Ohio State University
    Drafted 3rd overall by the Seattle Seahawks in the 1997 NFL Draft
    Cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks (1997-2003), Washington Redskins (2004-2008) and the New England Patriots (2009)
    One Pro Bowl selection (1998)
    Son of NFL running back Ron Springs
    He was injury prone.
    He was given a four game suspension for a violation on the NFL's policy guidelines on steroids (November 2001).
    He surrendered Terrell Owens's Sharpie touchdown in a Monday Night Football game against the San Francisco 49'ers (2002).
    He arrived at the New England Patriots a season after the team had appeared in Super Bowl XLII.
    He used to play both as a cornerback and a tailback in high school.
    He gained All-American honors while attending Ohio State University.
    He holds a college bachelor of science degree in sociology.
    He posted 3 touchdowns, 7 career high interceptions and appeared in all 16 games as the starting cornerback (1998).
    In a game against the Oakland Raiders, he posted one of the Seahawks' longest fumble recoveries in team history with 71 yards (September 8, 2002).
    During his first season with the Redskins, he was the first cornerback to lead a team in sacks and interceptions.

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