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Topic - Ahmad Black
Tampa Bay's Dashon Goldson is proud of his reputation as a hard-hitting safety, but concedes it bothers him that there's a growing perception that he's a dirty player.
Doug Martin never had a homecoming like this during his stellar college career at Boise State.
Florida defensive back Ahmad Black would prefer to focus on football.
Florida coach Urban Meyer has been reluctant to point fingers at problematic players all season.
Florida's defensive philosophy is simple: When the ball is in the air or on the ground, the Gators better get it.
"I don't know too much about all that. I just go by what I'm told," Black said. "It could be a setback. I'm still going about my business as usual."
"Hey, it's better than doing it for free," Black said Sunday at the NFL's annual scouting combine. "I'm going to get a little bit of something (in a contract)."