Former Seahawks cornerback Marcus Trufant dishes on his tough, but successful transition between professional football and the business world.

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Former Seahawks cornerback Marcus Trufant talks with Geoff about the challenges of transitioning from NFL player to full-time businessman since his retirement in 2014. Trufant runs a string of businesses, including the company that produces The Barbershop, a weekly show featured Wednesday nights on Sports Radio KJR and co-hosted by him and former Huskies running back Terry Hollimon.

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