Jeremy Shockey, the Great White Hype, is not unlike the city where he works. Big. Loud. Vibrant. Swaggering. Excessive. Arrogant. Obnoxious. He is the middle finger New York copyrighted and the theater it supports. Watch him standing after another eight-yard catch, football held triumphantly aloft in one arm, and he even looks like that other large New York symbol, the famed Statue of Look-at-Me.
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