Who is the Freak ... He was tagged with the nickname in college, because he defied all the stereotypes for a player of his size and position. During his college career he began as a safety. Moved to outside linebacker at Florida, where he was part of a national championship team in 1996. After being drafted by Tennessee with the 16th overall pick in 1999, he was moved to defensive end. His transformation to The Freak was complete. "I do a lot of things that ordinary people wouldn't be able to do,'' he said. "As far as performance and playing my position, I think I am a freak out there.'' What ordinary people - or at least ordinary defensive ends - aren't able to do is run like a sprinter. He's small for his position at 6-foot-4, 265 pounds, but he more than makes up for that with his speed. When he came into the NFL he was timed at 4.43 seconds in the 40-yard dash, the kind of time turned in by running backs. "He can go sideline to sideline, and you just don't see many defensive ends who can do that,'' "This guy runs down running backs from behind. He's just an amazing specimen.'' Make no mistake about it, if you don't know this guy, he'll quickly make himself known to your offense! He's Philadelphia Eagles Jervon Kearse! Make some noise (shouted out loudly)!!!!!! Coming to a stadium near you real soon!