Got It Covered: Hanging With Corey Webster

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Got It Covered: Hanging With Corey Webster
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Corey Webster is a starting cornerback for the New York Giants. Towards the end of the 2007 season and throughout the 2008 season, Webster developed himself as one of the best cover corners in the NFL. His individual success helped elevate the Giants to the 12-4 club they were in 2008.

In the beginning of the 2007 season he was limited to special teams duty and was even inactive for a few games. He turned it on down the stretch including scoring a Pick Six against Buffalo in Week 16, tallying an interception and fumble recovery against Tampa Bay in the Wild Card match-up, shutting down Terrell Owens in the Divisional Round, and setting up the Giants winning field goal with an interception of Brett Favre in overtime of the NFC Title Game.

Webster played very well in the Super Bowl as well, despite falling down covering Randy Moss on the Patriots go ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter. Webster has now established himself as one of the best corners in the game and is a cornerstone of the Giants franchise. He was rewarded with a five-year deal in December of 2008.

Here are some questions I would ask Corey Webster if given the chance.

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