Found January 11, 2012 on The Rap Sheet:
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Late Sunday night, after the Broncos shocked the Steelers in the playoffs, I caught up with a familiar face. No, not this one. Instead, it was CB Jonathan Wilhite, who has had a nice season in Denver after getting cut by the Patriots in camp. When we talked in the Broncos locker room, Wilhite was still geeked up about the big win. But he quickly turned his attention to the Patriots. “It’s going to be emotional,” Wilhite told me in my story in today’s Herald. “I have tremendous respect for those guys, I love a lot of those guys in the locker room. I’ve made friendships with a lot of those guys over the years, even the coaches, so we’re just going to try to get ready and just try to take the best game we can down there.” That the Pats cut Wilhite adds some intrigue for him, and he admitted, “There’s always some personal (feeling) deep down somewhere” about trying to prove a team wrong. But Wilhite is doing his best to keep it business-like, while also using the lessons he learned from...
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