Former Penn State football players can't avoid questions about Jerry Sandusky.
One player running for office Tuesday in New Jersey has found himself answering questions about the former coach, instead of politics.
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We caught up with Adam Taliaferro on the election trail to become a Gloucester County freeholder.
He and former NFL player Lavar Arrington are among the few players opening up about the Sandusky saga.
Fox 29's Omari Flemming had more details in this video report Tuesday night.
Taliaferro was paralyzed in his freshman year, but has since regained his ability to walk. He graduated from Penn State and then went on to get his law degree from Rutgers University.
Later on Tuesday night came word that Taliaferro did, in fact, win his campaign for the Gloucester County Board of Freeholders.