Three years later, when the California State University's Golden Flash was a winner, Julian Edelman knew he would have to change positions if he ever wanted to make a NFL list.
Before 2009 The NFL project, Edelman worked tirelessly to be ready to convert to a third down, wide receiver or security whatever NFL. However, his football dreams seemed to have led him to another league, like CFL, or to relax completely.
It was when Edelman received a call from the New England Patriots for the seventh and last year. NFL project stage. After being told, patriots would call their name, Bill Belichick joined the phone and mixed the first words he'd ever told the future Super Bowl MVP.
"Hey, well, you, football player," Edelman told NBC Peter King about his daily conversation with Belichick. "We don't know what you're playing, but we'll see you in a new camp."
After ten years, Edelman had a very successful NFL career. The 5-foot 1
Belichick got the word that Edelman was a football player worth looking at. Ten years after the 232th project was taken, Edelman became one of the most considered patriots of all time, and could just commemorate Canton, Ohio when his career ended.
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