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Latest Champ Bailey Items
During today's Super Bowl media session Champ Bailey was asked what advice he would give Robert Griffin III and he obliged.
Richard Sherman is a trash-talking, ball-hawking, philanthropic Stanford graduate from Compton who defies attempts to pigeonhole him. And he has become a major story during Super Bowl week in New York, where the Seahawks will play the Denver Broncos for the championship on Sunday night.
There is only one speed for Champ Bailey. His NFL accelerator remains pressed to the floor, the motor continues to rev. But the wheels? Well, lately, they don't always comply.
Champ Bailey made news when he said leaving the Redskins was the best thing that happened to his career. Graham Gano echoed the sentiment via Twitter.
Champ Bailey is glad he left the Redskins and ended up in the Super Bowl with the Broncos.
Champ Bailey had some good things to say about the man who brought him to Washington in 1999.
From the moment he went to the podium, it was clear that Richard Sherman was enjoying the hype at the start Super Bowl week.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is 27 years old, right in his prime as an NFL player.
Champ Bailey is old school. Sharp, shrewd, subtle.