Giants Cornerback Jason Sehorn seems to be everywhere—except on the football field. Since the 1997 season, when he intercepted six passes and broke up 20 others, the oft-injured cornerback has played just 10 games but garnered so much publicity that he's in danger of becoming football's equivalent of George Hamilton—famous for, more than anything, being famous.
Caps fine fourth NFL season with selection to All-Madden team
Marries college sweetheart Whitney Casey
Wins made-for-TV Superstars competition
After pleading with Giants coach Jim Fassel to let him return kickoffs, blows out right knee on opening kick of first preseason game; misses entire season
Completes successful rehab by defending Superstars title on surgically reconstructed knee without Giants' knowledge or permission
Skips Giants' off-season workouts to train in California with noted football guru Marv Marinovich
Divorces Whitney; stung by anonymous potshots from Giants teammates
Returns to camp, strains hamstring, misses first two games of season
Bares midriff in fashion spread in football issue of GQ, which touts the cornerback's "comeback in cashmere"