He was an undrafted rookie out of Tennessee who could run like a deer. Jabari Greer wasn’t viewed as a rookie in 2004 as a critical piece to Buffalo’s defensive back puzzle. But by his fourth NFL season he was a starter at cornerback. Greer, who carved out a 10-year career for himself in the NFL, is now being inducted into the Jackson-Madison County Sports Hall of Fame in his native Tennessee.
Greer, whose last NFL season was in 2013, had a career-high two interception returns for touchdowns in 2008, his final season with Buffalo. He then signed a big free agent contract the following season with the New Orleans Saints where he eventually won a Super Bowl title in 2010.
He now makes his home in New Orleans with his wife Katrina and five children. Greer was inducted just last weekend.
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