In a great feature authored by ESPN’s Jeffri Chadiha that ran this week, Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib talked about rebuilding his reputation and rejuvenating a career that began with All-Pro potential but almost went off the rails following a string of off-the-field problems in Tampa Bay.
Talib played four and a half seasons with the Buccaneers before being traded to the New England Patriots in 2012 while he was serving a league suspension for performance-enhancing drugs. In 2013, his only full season with the Pats, he collected four interceptions and was named to the AFC Pro Bowl squad. A free agent in 2014, Talib signed a six-year, $57 million contract with the Broncos.
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