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Postscript to former Patriots defensive end on "Master Chef"

Posted by Sheryl Julian  June 8, 2011 12:26 PM

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Last week, Glenn Yoder profiled former New England Patriot Jarvis Green as he prepared for his debut on the Fox series "MasterChef." Green told us, "I remember when I was standing there presenting my food, I was nervous. And I’ve been to three Super Bowls, won twice, and I said, 'Right now, in front of ya’ll, I’m nervous.'"

Well, turns out, Green had every right to be nervous. His television appearance on Tuesday night lasted all of about three seconds -- just enough time for judge Joe Bastianich to say, "Uh, I think we got a fumble here. It's a no."

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