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Joe Caporoso talks with Mike Nolan of NBC Sports, Turn On The Jets and The Haverford School about the New York Jets current offensive linemen, the top offensive line prospects in the NFL Draft and who the Jets should target on the offensive line in free agency. ALL OFFENSIVE LINE TALK! Questions? Call in at 347-215-8903 and follow Mike at @CoachNolan64!
Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers break down the New York Jets offensive personnel. Who over and underacheived last year? Who has a future with the team? What should the team do with Percy Harvin? We also answer your questions on team captains, spending big in free agency and the NFL Draft.
We will be discussing the 7 new coaches and what players will become fantasy relavent under their . Also I will bitch about how the government shouldn't punish me with tax because I suck with women. We will talk about our feelings and cry together. I am also quite certain I will say something stupid call my host a douche and wish I never started this FN podcast....so the weekly usual. I can guarantee I am going to apologize for the last podcast. So tune in for a fresh look into fantasy football with bad jokes and worst sarcasm. So don't miss this epic episode that isn't really epic at all but saying epic makes it amazing right?
THIS SHOW IS A REREUN OF THE BROADCAST FIRST BROADCAST ON 26TH JAN 2011 James S. Robbins is senior editorial writer for Foreign Affairs at The Washington Times, Executive Director of the American Security Council Foundation and Senior Fellow in National Security Affairs at the American Foreign Policy Council. He specializes in counterterrorism, counterinsurgency and military history. He served in government for ten years, and was awarded the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joint Meritorious Civilian Service Award. Approaching 43rd anniversary of The Tet offensive, This Time We Win exposes the fallacy of the dominant narrative surrounding the Tet Offensive – and, through it, the Vietnam War writ large. It is a much needed study, with important lessons for today's conflicts.
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the necessity of sacred space in spiritual warfare. The sacred space in spiritual warfare is within the soul or kardia. The armour of Theos (God) mainly has defensive parts,and the only offensive weapon is the sword of the Spirit, namely the Word of Theos (God). Therefore, those who engage in spiritual warfare must have souls and bodies unsullied by the cosmos.
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Tune in, for this very special episode, of the BYGP Locker Room Show, with former junior college All-American and Utah St. Offensive-Linemen, Barry McLaughlin! Some players are destined to become coaches and Barry is one of the hot up-and-coming high school coaches in the SF Bay Area.
There are lessons Barry, has learned through his personal football journey as a player and coach, that he would love to share with our audience. This is a can't miss show for any aspiring player or parent. Join us, as we listen and learn from Mr. Barry McLaughin and please share this show with all the hungry student-athletes you can think of. Thanks!
On tonight's 27th episode of "Inside the War Room we will be joined by special guest Tyrell Williams of Western Oregon who plays at WR. Williams is a big target for the QB who has nice speed and a pair of natural hands. He is also a willing blocking making openings for his teammates. He works hard everyday to make himself better and has outstanding work ethic on and off the field. His rare size and speed will be attractive for NFL clubs in the scouting process and should be on the radar for teams looking for a bigger WR.
Great Northwest Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week
• All-Time leading receptions in GNAC
• 2nd All Time in receiving yards at WOU (3000)
3 X All Conference 1st team
2014 Preseason All American
Follow his NFL journey going forward toward the NFL on twitter: @TyrellWilliams_
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2014 First Team All-Mountain West
Anchor to Utah State's offensive line and the leader among the offensive linemen. A super-strong tackle with a big-frame Whimpey is eager to show he belongs with the best after being left off recent all-star game rosters.
Whimpey has an NFL frame and talent. He has good agility and feet after moving over from the defensive line during his redshirt year in 2011.
Closing in on April 30th the date of the NFL Draft, Whimpey is preparing to impress with his up coming Pro Day. Currently training at Test he is aiming to make his impact in the coming months to earn his keep on a NFL roster come fall.
Go one-on-one with Utah State Aggies standout offensive tackle of the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show.
Former Georgia Tech RB Jimy Lincoln joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Blitz.
Lincoln played in Atlanta from 1991-1994 and rushed for 1,601 yards averaging 4.2 yards per carry with 5 touchdowns. Lincoln had great vision and explosiveness in his game and helped lead the Yellow Jackets offensive attack during his redshirt freshman season to an 8-5 overall record.
Lincoln played the game with intensity and was not afraid to run between the tackles. He would hit the running lanes with great speed and was elusive in making tacklers miss.
Lincoln was utilized in the passing game as well and caught 35 passes in his career for 289 yards.