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CHICAGO – He’s one of the greatest defensive players ever to come out of Chicago and enjoyed a successful NFL career that included a Super Bowl title.

While that is a big part of Simeon Rice’s life, he’s also moved onto other ventures in his life after the game.

The former Illinois linebacker and 13-year NFL veteran has taken his hand at filmmaking. After graduating from the New York Film Academy Rice has created his first film “Unsullied” which is scheduled to be released on August 28th.

In advance of the film, Rice came on Sports Feed on Tuesday night to talk with Josh Frydman and Jarrett Payton about his new career after football and what moviegoers might be in store for when the check out the film.

He also had a discussion with Jarrett about the impact that his father Walter Payton had during his early years in football. To watch Simeon talk about his film, click on the video above. To hear him talk about the inspirations for his football career, click on the video below.