Former LSU tight end, Colin Jeter joins Matt to start hour two to talk the cancellation of the XFL season due to the coronavirus outbreak. Jeter was with the Seattle Dragons. Washington state is the epicenter of coronavirus in the United States. What has the last few months in Seattle been like?
“It’s been somewhat hectic I would say,” Jeter said. “There’s been a lot of rumors going on about what was going on.”
When did they find out the season was going to end?
“It was probably about two weeks ago. We started to hear whispers about the virus getting worse,” Jeter said. “It’s kind of crazy how something like that can end your season, but it’s the right decision.”
Did Jeter feel unsafe living in Seattle?
“I don’t know about unsafe. We are on a routine everyday, and just stick to ourselves,” Jeter said. “We all felt fine, but certainly when it’s such a hotspot you always have it in the back of your mind.”
What was the feeling on the season ending?
“It was disappointment. A lot of guys were like me. We are in this league to get a good film, and hopefully make it back to the NFL,” Jeter said. “When the season gets cut short you don’t get the film that you want.”
Matt gets a three-way call going between Jeter and his roommate Michael Dunn to find out how the two liked living with eachother.
Listen to more episodes of After Further Review on our On Demand page