Jan. 26, 2000
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State fans have become accustomed to watching their Seminoles
play on Sunday in the NFL and the Super Bowl will provide plenty of
opportunity to see their favorite FSU stars.
The Tennessee Titans have a pair of Florida State graduates in their
starting lineup and both were keys to the club making it all the way to the
Super Bowl. Samari Rolle was drafted by the Tennessee Oilers (now Titans)
with the 46th pick of the second round in 1998 and his emerged quickly as
the starting cornerback. He is generally regarded as the best defensive
back on the Titan squad and is becoming one of the league’s best players.
Starting center Kevin Long was drafted by Tennessee that same year in the
7th round and he has played extremely well in the Titan offense.
St. Louis fans have long cheered running back Amp Lee who was one of
the NFL’s top receivers out of the backfield in 1999. Injured late in the
year, Lee worked back into the rotation over the last few weeks and should
see playing time in the Super Bowl. Likely to get the starting nod for the
Rams is safety Devin Bush, who started last week’s win over Jacksonville.
Bush was drafted in the first round of the 1995 draft by the Atlanta