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Kings in the morning (IN THE MORNING) has been a show that has been around for a couple of years now, gaining popularity, and affection. Full of information, data, help, comedy, interviews every Monday thru Friday, here on the JKN (The Jay King Network) founded by Lynn Tolliver jr. On Wednesdays, KITM is following by Johnny "Graham Cracker" Davis, with Wild Wednesdays, and Tony B from the D on Fridays.
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Join Bragging Rights host, Phoebe, with fans John (@g_goddy) for Cam, Kelli (@KelliPatrice16) for RG3 and Jennifer (@jenniferleechan) for Kaepernick as they discuss the following topics:
Predictions for the year
Phoebe will also share her experience at the pre-season Seahawks vs Chargers game and the segment Biggest Winner and Biggest Loser.
Join host Matt Whitener for Live From The Cheap Seats as he once again gives the voice to the fan. This week, it is a special moment for the fan, as we talk over a career of 50 years of live baseball with special guest, Terrell Whitener. In a lifetime that has seen players from Willie Mays to Ken Griffey to Miguel Cabrera, its a walk down a baseball life. Also, the start of the NBA Finals, Colin Kaepernick's new deal and why the Kings/Rangers Stanley Cup is a great thing for the NHL.
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Tonight we will welcome our newest team correspondent, Jennifer Lee Chan, on the field reporter covering the San Francisco 49ers for NFLfemale.com and onhergame.com to discuss the overview of the NFC West contender two games into the NFL season. We'll touch on the Monday Night Football mini-meltdown resulting in a loss to the Chicago Bears, the off field distractions, and where we think Colin Kaepernick is thus far in the season.
Strap your helmet on and get ready for another action packed and insightful year of The Sports Narrative's Dallas Cowboys Pregame Show. The expectations for the Cowboys are as low as they've been since the Jason Garrett era began. Even Jerry Jones has expressed his pessimism about the Boys season.
It all begins Sunday afternoon in Arlington against the favored San Francisco 49ers.
Dustin Copening and Jeff Feltman are here to guide you through Week 1, with expert input from Jeff Bowers. The guys bring back the staples from last year, with the Coach's Slant and a look Inside The Numbers.
Finally, they give their predictions for Week 1 and the Cowboys season as a whole, and then take a look at other matchus of note in the NFC East and the rest of the NFL.
Welcome back for another year, and thanks for listening.
With Tyler Spence on vacation, JD is rolling solo tonight with a one-hour show! Listen in as JD talks about the latest and greatest regarding YOUR San Francisco 49ers and takes Roger Goodell to task for his handling of the 9-game suspension of swagged out superstar linebacker Aldon Smith. JD will also take your calls LIVE and discuss all things football...so HAVE AN OPINION AND DON'T BE ANOTHER MINION!
He is the starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. He played college football for the University of Nevada Wolf Pack where he was twice named the Western Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year and the Most Valuable Player of the 2008 Humanitarian Bowl. In the 2011 NFL Draft the San Francisco 49ers selected him in the second round with the 36th overall pick.
Playing football is a way for him to glorify the Lord. In an interview at Summit Christian Church in Sparks, Nevada, he said, "I don't think most people look at football as a way to glorify the Lord. I think a lot of people think of it as 'oh it's a game, let's go win.' Ultimately, that's your goal, but you also want to glorify the Lord on your way to doing that...My faith is the basis from where my game comes from. I've been very blessed to have the talent to play the game and be successful at it. I think God guides me through every day and helps me take the right steps and has helped me to get to where I'm at. When I step on the field, I always say a prayer, say I'm thankful to be able to wake up that morning and go out there and try to glorify the Lord with what I do on the field. I think if you go out and try to do that, no matter what happens, you can be happy about what you did."
He has also drawn attention for the tattoos on his body. "Against All Odds," is emblazoned across his chest. A version of Psalm 27:3 which reads, "Though an army besiege me, my heart will not be afraid", can be read on his left shoulder. Those words are surrounded by: "God Will Guide Me." On his right bicep is the word "Faith" and on his left bicep is "To God be the glory."
In the 4th installment of the NFL series here on West Coast Bias, Double K and The Doual will get to the bare bones of it. Only two West Coast teams left and the first comes from central California. That’s right the boys are traveling to Santa Clara to check in on the San Francisco 49ers the boys had a rough start to the preseason and finished strong. There were a lot of concerns about the first team offense and the boys are going to discuss how the team has looked in the first few weeks of the season and can they realistically make the playoffs (Spoiler alert the doual will say no and blame it on Colin Kapernick) So tune in on Sunday at 8pm PST to West Coast Bias right here on the 4ACES Network. www.Blogtalkradio.com/fouracespresents ...
As an actor, some of Traci’s credits in film and television include Cold Case, The Wire, and Lovely Bones Most recently she worked with Terrance Howard and Colin Farrell on Dead Man Down and Silver Linings Playbook with Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro (her clip from Silver Linings was even aired during the 2013 Academy Awards).
In 2011/2012, she developed and produced the web-series hit, Morbid Curiosity TV, which she also hosted.
Along with acting, she is an award-winning photographer and explorer. She has captured images from around the world including nature, wildlife and architecture.Whether it be Romania, Australia, Vancouver or Edinburgh, there are few places she has not been. She has published two photo books, Enchanted Britain: A Photographic Journey and The Art of Death: Honoring the Craftsmen, both available on Amazon.
Traci has also been an active participant in many archaeological sites and historic preservation in and around the Philadelphia area for many years. It was through this that she had the opportunity to work in England as a photographer for the Wiltshire Heritage Museum as well.
She attended the New York Institute of Photography as well as studied creative writing and anthropology at Temple University and Montgomery County Community College.
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