Athletes of the 1990’s

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1994

Reggie Stephens played four years with the NFL’s New York Giants and ended his pro career with the Nashville Kats of the Arena Football League.

Reggie and Jermaine Robinson played at Cabrillo College for two years and then went to Rutgers, New Jersey’s state university on scholarship for two years.

Sentinel Sept. 11, 2011 by Jim Seimas. The NFL was in lock down during the summer and the players worked out on their own. Jim contacted the local players on how they were doing. This year Brendon Ayanbadejo is in his ninth year in the NFL playing for Baltimore Ravens. He is a three time Pro-Bowler and one of the best special teams player in the game. He has not been able to play since being injured in week 4 of the 2009 season. He had another medical problem, which would keep him from working out, so the lock out came at the right time for him. During this time Brendon worked toward an Executive MBA at George Washington University. He also worked with Equality Maryland an organization that advocates equal rights for LGBT citizens in Maryland.

Brendon’s older brother, Obafemi, also played with the Ravens during his NFL career and won a Super Bowl with them in 2001. Obafemi was a coaching intern for the Ravens during training camp and knows what his brother can bring to a team that is again considered a Super Bowl contender. “The coaches really appreciate his talent and they give him every opportunity to show that he’s capable of handling the full load that he handles, special teams and playing linebacker,” said Obafemi. Brendon is out to add another piece of jewelry to the family name. “I just want to be a contributing guy on a team that goes to a Super Bowl. My brother did it, so I’m trying to get a ring as well.”

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