In fact, at least one former Tennessee player has played in the last 13 Super Bowls.
Grant, who played for the Vols from 1997-99, earned first-team All-America honors and was a finalist for the Jim Thorope Award for Tennessee in 1999 after leading the nation with nine interceptions as a junior.
“I don’t knowabout y’all but when I was up the street doing something wrong Ms. “They’d whip me up there and then I go home and I’d get another whipping and depending on what I did, I’d get a whipping from everybody coming through the door.
That gave me structure.” But, as Rashan pointed out, some young girls might not have a responsible parent in the home. “It’s hard to tell a kid where to go when they don’t have a foundat ion, ”said Garrett,who came from a two-parent home and traveled to Europe as child.
He said he flopped to the ground because he really injured his right knee. "You look at my knees now, do you see this knee," the veteran safety said Wednesday as he showed reporters his right knee. With the Giants being run over by the Rams' no-huddle, both Grant and rookie linebacker Jacquain Williams simply just fell and stopped the Rams' momentum.
Grant said he hurt his right knee - even though video of the play shows him holding his left knee - on the previous play, and after first resisting a teammate's suggestion to "just go down," he changed his mind when saw he didn't have time to get off the field.
"I went down, which is what you're supposed to do when you have an injury," Grant said.
"It's just in the NFL they expect you to put your body out there all the time, so sometimes when you go down for the softest injury - that they claim it may be - it's a problem.
Counting this year's duo, 40 former Vols have made 51 different Super Bowl appearances dating back to Super Bowl I in 1967.
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