To call Bengals safety Reggie Nelson a late bloomer would be an understatement.

Nelson, who never has been voted to a Pro Bowl and was considered a first-round bust as far back as 2009 after two woeful seasons with the Jaguars, enters Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Ravens leading the NFL with eight interceptions.

To put that figure in perspective, Nelson has almost as many picks this season as he did the previous three seasons combined (nine). It also tops his previous career high (five as a rookie in 2007) by a wide margin.

Nelson needs two interceptions Sunday to tie Deltha O’Neal’s 2005 franchise record of 10. O’Neal, incidentally, was also considered a bust as a cornerback in Denver before rejuvenating his career in Cincinnati.

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They tell me we’re going through the ‘Back Door.’ It’s a secret route used by smugglers or bandits.It would be his first game since he ruptured the patellar tendon his knee Nov.Beagle’s late tally helped the Caps stave off a two goal third period for the Jets.With this strategy, they slowly remove base chems and then make the three gold chem thing a thing, giving us reasons to buy packs the entire year.After four inconsistent seasons, the Grizzlies let him leave free agency rather than giving him a -term contract, a very disappointing outcome for a Top 5 pick.

McAdoo in a preseason interview with The Post said he has “zero tolerance” for domestic violence. McAdoo on Friday said he did not recall making that remark.

“When did I say zero tolerance?’’ McAdoo asked.

Pressed to answer if he has a policy on this subject, McAdoo said: “I do not Cheap Infant Jerseys support domestic violence if that’s what you’re asking. I do not condone it.’’

Co-owner John Mara’s comments on WFAN on Thursday — saying Brown admitted to the team he abused his wife, but the Giants did not know the extent of the abuse — sparked more outrage. Annie Apple, an ESPN contributor and the mother of rookie cornerback Eli Apple, ripped into the Giants boss, writing on Twitter that, as a domestic violence survivor “these Mara comments make me sad, angry and completely baffled. He just doesn’t get it.’’

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