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‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast: Tae Crowder reviews his rookie season

Giants linebacker Tae Crowder joins the show; We also talk with Nick Falato about the Carson Wentz trade

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New York Giants linebacker Tae Crowder joined this episode of the ‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast to discuss his successful rookie season in the NFL.

Among the things we talked about:

  • Crowder’s recent purchase of a car for his mom, upgrading her wheels from an aging Honda Accord to a Mercedes.
  • His misadventures in learning to spell his full first name, which is Dequartavious.
  • Some of the perks of being Mr. Irrelevant, the last player selected in the draft.
  • His rise to starting status with the Giants.
  • A breakdown of his signature play, the scoop and score fumble recovery that provided the winning points in the Giants’ Week 6 victory over the Washington Football Team. Crowder admitted he pulled his hamstring, subsequently causing him to miss five games, reaching down to pick up that Kyle Allen fumble.
  • His respect for Blake Martinez.
  • Crowder’s scouting reports on a couple of former Georgia teammates, edge Azeez Ojulari and cornerback D.J. Daniel, who could be on the Giants’ radar during the upcoming draft.

Give a listen to the full episode below.

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