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Jermaine Wiggins On First Game Nerves

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Jermaine Wiggins #85 of the New England Patriots flies through the air when trying to jump over Anthony Dorsett #33 of the Oakland Raiders during the AFC playoff game at Foxboro Stadium in Foxboro, Massachuesetts. The Patriots came from behind to win 16-13 in overtime. (Credit: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Jermaine Wiggins #85 of the New England Patriots flies through the air when trying to jump over Anthony Dorsett #33 of the Oakland Raiders during the AFC playoff game at Foxboro Stadium in Foxboro, Massachuesetts. The Patriots came from behind to win 16-13 in overtime. (Credit: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

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BOSTON (CBS) – Jermaine Wiggins, the retired NFL tight end and Super Bowl XXXVI champion with the Patriots in 2001, tells WBZ NewsRadio, “When you get to the NFL, everything is completely different.” He tells rookies taking the field for the first time Sunday, “You definitely don’t want to have any mental errors.”

Wiggins also says, Coach Bill Belichick, “does a great job of preparing guys” and that takes the edge off players.

WBZ’S Rod Fritz Reports.

Here’s the full interview with WBZ’S Drew Moholland.

You can hear the WBZ Water Cooler on Saturday at 10:25 AM and 2:25 PM, and Sunday at 2:25 PM, on WBZ NewsRadio 1030.

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