21 Burst results for "Agron"
"agron" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Winners the Mets Jacob Agron second year in a row and Justin for later for the second time in eight years Josh less newsradio seven eighty one five point nine FM WBBM news time seven forty eight traffic and weather together on these voter ran have delays on the evens expressly inbound from Peterson to the Kennedy twenty four minutes from Lee cooking of the junction the outbound side is now thirty seven from mantra is the lake cook the Kennedy about an hour ten from o'hare forty two minutes in from the even the locals twenty seven the express lanes the up on Kennedy crash in Addison on the left shoulder twenty five from downtown Montrose fifty out tool here I was never about an hour from rather an hour fifteen from route three ninety downtown fifty five for man hi how bout is forty two minutes from downtown Mannheim fifty five all the way up to the three ninety tollway Stevenson about our five three fifty five to drive fifty from the tri state forty minutes out to three fifty five the damn right in down at thirty seven minutes ninety cut the downtown fifty seven about his thirty two for my eighty the bishop for just twenty minutes a ninety four the Dan Ryan no out on the lease on the south side lake shore drive north and heavy from the Stevenson intagram park the southbound side of the drive is on the brakes from foster North Avenue standard delays on the tri state tollway north and south on the Jane Addams he's been have you from roughly ninety Barrington really heavy on the Reagan eastbound from orchard before farms with a report of a crash on the shoulder there than yourself from rough it and Winfield and route eighty three to the tri state as well let's check three fifty five route fifty three with Chris hopper mill in mobile seven eighty percent by A. B. C. plumbing sewer heating cooling and electric outside is backed up pretty solid from Bob wrote up the Ogden stop go North Avenue to the two ninety and I'll gonna northwest highway southbound packed in the same from Dundee down to curb job biester field of the three ninety and I've got he's about three ninety backed up from rolling Chris hopper no mobile seven eight we've got a massive you're on I eighty west on trying to get from Tenley park into Joliet it is solid from la Grange before breaks this all because of a stalled truck that's blocking the right lane may I have a minor crash on the shoulder in the mix of this delay as well really nasty on the westbound side of I eighty trying to get through new Lennix eighty ninety four west bound your heavy pass grandma's where the state line because an earlier crash I sixty five is clear the Indiana toll road looking okay still a very heavy traffic in Highland Park on US forty one south and it's jam past Wesley the half day road because the right lanes blocked the broken water main get traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty one of five point nine FM WBBM accu weather clouds and some intervals of sunshine and cold today about thirty four clear cold like that the fifteen and some of the outlying areas about twenty four the lake.
Mets' Jacob deGrom Wins Second Straight Cy Young Award
"Domestic Agron won his first Sayang saya young award one year ago and it didn't take a long to do it again he is the site young award winner again and just like last year he wanted in near unanimous fashioning yarn all but one first place vote he is the first man to ever win consecutive cy young awards he is one of only eleven pitchers in baseball history to do it Max shares of the nationals in a young Asian review of the doctors with the runners up the American League Cy Young Award winner was just overlander and like the crime he now has to sell young's this year he beat out as Astros teammate Gerrit Cole to win the
"agron" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Sports desk in here's Matt is J. Berman is all right away we will start with baseball match trying to do something on Sunday they hadn't done since early April a one hour it slowly on the ground the third along the line it's a fair ball Frasier's got it fires the first at first the books Castro out by a half step then the Mets have won their first road series since the first three days of April when they swept the Marlins here in Miami that's how we rose with the call right here on WCBS that's right the first time since early April the Mets won a road series final score sixty two home runs for canola McNeil Jacob Agron five innings one earned earns the victory Yankees beat the blue jays forty two Masahiro Tanaka six innings to warn five case into six winter oldest Japanese twenty fifth say Mike talk man with a home run his fifth of the season yanks now fifty nine and thirty two in case you missed it for hours and fifty seven minutes Sunday afternoon the longest final in Wimbledon history Novak Djokovic speech Roger Federer in five sets he is the back to back champion sports first at twelve and forty two from the Buick GMC Amala sports that's gone Jay Berman attention the Virginia citizens defense league is selling the alarm America's freedoms are under attack from the domestic enemies of the constitution through deception anti rice adversaries are trying to disarm Americans while shredding constitutional protection still be fooled by red flag laws that are promoted as gun violence restraining orders for extreme protection order red flag laws are for gun confiscation not projection take a stand go to.
"agron" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Yes. Right. So lucid a I think one of the meanings of that word is filled with light. I read that you didn't want something too fancy. You didn't want something unapproachable? You wanted something based on traditional pen drawn letter forms, but something that was modern and clear about kind of create. Briefest? Well, remember wanted to do everything for everybody. Yeah. Right. Well, actually at that time we were designing for printers that were three hundred DPI. So we couldn't do a very delicate, but Doni kind of design it had to be something that was tough. I think Jerry munch once described it as a workhorse face and I loved that. That was exactly what we wanted was just a face that would not degrade under these really pretty bad. Printing, conditions legibility was the priority or yeah, absolutely legibility, when you design the Greek characters, I read that the first thing you did was get out your pen and look at Greek manuscripts and figure out how to write that with a pen. And I was wondering why. Well, we start all of our designs with a pen, even something like Lucinda, that's a sand. Sarah, we always sit down with broad edge pens, and we basically caligraphy very simply how we want the letters to look one of the illustrations that were showing back. There is of a poem that I wrote in. A Greek script. It's just the way I like to do calligraphy. I I don't like to go from a model sheet that another teacher did I like to look at a manuscript and figure out how they did it just figure out what the proportions are. And how did they do each letter? And so that was what we did for the Greek have you gone back to any of the earlier lucid, a fons or typefaces and redone them. We recently did redo lucid Agron day for apple because they were bringing out the retina screen and the original lucid Agron day looked a little bit light. So they had us just embolden it just a tiny bit. And there were a couple of letters that people had never liked and this chance to like the five they said that the five looks too much like an s so we redo the five that's fine. What other letters didn't? They like they didn't like my anchor sand. Why? Well, they thought it looks like a crooked back or something. I thought it looked great. But I said, okay, I can do it. So and so tell us what it was like to work with apple. It's been always great to work with apple. I never actually met Steve Jobs myself, but Chuck did go to a meeting, and he was there and I exchanged emails with him. And he was always very kind to us and the people that that were in the groups that we were working with. We're just always very. Very very respectful of what we were doing for them. We also did for them apple chancery. Yes. The story there is that they apple was bringing out a new technology called g x and g x is basically what open type is except that g x lived in the operating system. So it didn't have to be supported by all these different kinds of software. It was a great idea. And so they called us in. And they said we want you to design a font that has a lot of alternate characters that shows off what g x can do. And they showed us a page out of an Italian writing masters book. And we said, okay, we can do it. And I just sat down and drew all these variations of the characters see final forms and initial forms and small caps and fancy small caps in the end it had a thousand and one characters in it. And I wanted to name it side for the thousand one nine isn't that a great idea? Great idea. No it didn't. Leave. No, it wouldn't fit on the pull down menu. So they rejected migrate idea. And they called it apple chancery, and that's really creative..
"agron" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"God is a woman our integrated, Alexa, play one or three point five kiss. FM an iheartradio. Getting you one. Oh, three point five kiss FM from iheartradio. Yes. I can tell. Walmer? I. Yeah. Done. It's our in Agron date. One of five on the countdown are my is deceiving me or my is working. Do. I see the Jonas brothers studio. Yes. Hello, ryan. What a surprise to see you back together. Guys. How are you? Great to see off so good to see you. So I tell you I was thinking a few months back that this might be a possibility. Yes, Nick, when did you guys I get together and say, let's do it. I'm actually thinking back to New Year's Eve not this last year the year before we were there in the middle of Times Square, and it was freezing cold you. And I think yeah. Br record breaking cold. I think I told you that it might be happy. You did you said it was a possibility. I just hope giving Ryan secrets like that. How I was giving them all out. But I I didn't even know if it was going to happen then because we talking at that point about it. We were we started the discussions about first of all making a documentary wish we're very excited. We now store teaming up with Amazon that should be great. But we started with that. And then devolved into spending too much time together.
"agron" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"I'm Jim de we got us. My partner is Gregg cut, and we are revealing and revelling in our best albums of twenty eight teen before we get back to our choices. Let's hear from some people who are an integral part of team sound opinions. You hardly ever hear from them. Our producers we're gonna start off with our favorite producer, Alex Claiborne, Alex, what was your album of the year. Thank you, Jim for the kind words I wanted to pick something that we haven't talked about on sound opinions this year at all which is the record sweetener by our in Agron day. This is her fourth studio album. It was released in August of twenty eighteen and at this point, she's already established, you know, pop star. She has her own style. That's pretty distinct. And also, I think something you can't dispute that she has a very good singing voice. She's a talented vocalist for this record in particular. It's one of the most versatile pop albums of the year. And I'm still listening to it even months after its release and sonically. I think it's really beautiful. You know, it's top level pop production. You have collaborations with frail Williams. You have collaborations with max Martin that Swedish SuperBeets, sir. I, you know, her voice is especially just really angelic. But also, very empowered on this record. This is the most confident in my opinion that she's ever sounded. And I think the vocal difficulty. This is the highest difficulty that she's presented thus far of her four records, and you can listen to it whenever or wherever the tracks. Varied mood wise. You have these massive singles not left to cry. And God is a woman. We also have more introspective songs about things like addiction, depression, anxiety, and sort of these less savory subjects that in pop music. I think people can skirt around sometimes and the song I wanna play today is actually a continuation of what she started on sweetener, which is sort of the theme that we can't control what happens to us in life. But we can't control how we respond to it. And that's a song. Thank you next. And it's broken up into. Three parts. The first part is about the past. The second part is about the present. The third is about the future in the past. She talks about some of her Xs in the relationships that she's had and how she's really learned a lot and she's come away. A better person. The middle portion is about improving yourself reflecting on. How far you've come in. You know, just Levin on your close, friends and family, and the people that mean, the most to you, and the last part is really about hope for the future, and knowing that the things that we endure as humans we endure them because we can come out the other side stronger. And also, it's just a bop. It's just a fun. Great music video certain make it sound like a progressive rock song. We're going to thirty seconds of it in there. Maybe well, we'll see. But even though this song is not on the record sweetener. I consider it an extension of what she began on that record and the same vibe. So this is thank you next by Arianna Guerande sound. We have to says. Pace. So that was thank you next by Arianna 'Grande on sound opinions. Thank you LX was an excellent choice. And I have to say, I mean, all the big pop albums of the year. And I put like Drake and post Malone in there, Arianna ground was definitely the most fascinating. But I think I kind of had you pegged as Cardi B Roddick here, here's a couple. So then Cardi B made a great record. Excellent album. She was on my list. Genera, Monet, Robin. I had a great list Casey musk graves was also on my list. So it was tough to pick. But this was kind of what I was feeling right now..
"agron" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Faith hill Shaq Akon Narayan Agron day was the late Ed and among the speakers Jesse Jackson and Bill. Clinton Aretha, Franklin died two weeks ago at the age of seventy six from pancreatic cancer it's eight thirty three a WCBS and out of the gas tax in New Jersey where. It will be, rising a month. Away to, cover a, shortfall in, the state's transportation fund governor Murphy says don't blame me WCBS reporter Steve. Burns October first yet another, gas tax increase will, be hitting the pumps in New Jersey it'll be a. Relatively modest increase up four point three cents a. Gallon that's compared to the last time they did this two years ago when a jump Twenty-three cents that increase in two thousand sixteen was the first time. The gas tax went up in the Garden State since way back in nineteen eighty eight the gas tax rate is linked to how. Much gas drivers are, buying in order to. Keep money flowing into the transportation, trust fund the Murphy administration says gas sales are down so, the Tax needs to go up it's again. Blaming the Christine administration, for not, raising it, around this time last year it instead made the prediction gas sales will go up which did not, bear out the New Jersey gasoline convenience store and automotive association says this is all. Too much, too fast it would have rather seen phased in approach don't expect jersey drivers to start crossing state lines though gas taxes will still be higher in New York in. Pennsylvania Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio eight. Hundred Friday, morning eight, thirty four, WCBS news time a man is accused of threatening to kill journalists because. Of their views on President, Trump also Angelis manor, is now free on bond what stands accused of threatening. Reporters and editors on the other side of the. Country sixty eight year old Robert chain was arrested Thursday morning after being charged with making a series of phone calls threatening to kill journalists at the Boston. Globe for what he allegedly called craziness attacks on President Trump prosecutors say more than twenty guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition were. Seized chain or retiree, with no criminal record. Is charge Making fourteen calls to the Boston Globe newsroom. Some calling employees the, enemy of the people Tom Foty CBS. News eight thirty four and NBC is dealing. With the New York Times report that it tried, to. Block stories accusing Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault allegations coming from. A former NBC producer CBS news correspondent Marie green says the producer who worked. In the investigative unit NBC recently left the job in a speaking out quickly to you. Is the first person affiliated with the network. To publicly charge it impeded the investigation into Weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct the New Yorker magazine later published pharaohs. Article on Weinstein that wanna Pulitzer prize NBC calls the allegations an outright lie and says Farrell's work was not broadcast ready when he took his reporting to the New Yorker McHugh left the network, almost two weeks ago after getting a job as a co executive producer on a climate change documentary hosted by.
Kendall Jenner Clarifies Her Controversial Modeling Comments
"Speaking of Kylie Jenner, her sister KENDALL Jenner recently said something that upset a lot of working models. KENDALL Jenner is a model herself, and she said, since the beginning, we've been super selective about what shows I would do. I was never one of those girls who would do like thirty shows as season or whatever the blank. Those girls do a lot of models that that was very entitled privileged of notch chefs they let her know and then the, you know, she said that her words were taken out of context. Mike bow is literally what you said. Actually, girls that are working models do more than thirty shows a season. You're coming off as titled or lazy or whatever. Sorry, what's her name? KENDALL. You skip the belong.
Kenny Chesney at MetLife Stadium: Severe weather postpones show
"Kenny Chesney tour that show any smothered was postponed at five, forty five because of severe weather the it was so crazy that they were asking fans to leave their seats to take shelter. And if you were still tailgating, they asked you to take shelter inside your car's. Thankfully, it all was setting done before the show got way. I think an hour and a half late show started. But once the show started, everyone had a great time. Boys, one got cancelled. I know there was a people got injured at talking about that, why? No. But the problem with that is when you have an emergency at backstreet boys concert, all the people in walkers. Trying to get to the exit.
Tesla shares lose power after Musk pitch to go private
"Much now it's been a wild week for tesla shareholders not that many weeks aren't after wiping out the gains It? Made when Elon Musk I tweeted that he was considering taking tesla private the? Firm dropped in US trading yesterday so now far falling below that level now it's got a jolt, in, after, hours trading just under three hundred eighty dollars a share after CNBC, said board directors plan to meet financial advisers next week are you keeping up so far I am keeping up trying. Very hard well the US securities and Exchange Commission. We know from the Wall Street Journal report is intensifying its scrutiny of. Tesla's public statements in the wake of that original treat for more tweet for more let's bring in Bloomberg's technology editor in Asia read Stevenson. Read what's, the biggest question on people's minds here is it you know whether or not Ilan Moscow's being serious or just trying to use. The stock exactly. And also you know what. Is the board. Looking. At are they looking at detailed financials a. Solid proposal how much did they know before the announcement Essentially, the the the the question really is. Is you know what does the board having their hands in order to make an. Informed decision about the future, of tesla and secondary to that is where's the. Money gonna come from has a? Lined up solid proper financing and that. Those, questions are going to continue until. We get further confirmation or some sort of formal announcement and beyond what we've seen so far which are just tweets and I think a simple statement and. As you say read I suppose one of, the questions is, to what extent shareholders actually knew about Elon? Musk's plans before he started tweeting about them I mean you're mentioning the factors that the board will? Be. Looking at, when when, it's kind of pulls over this? Privatization plan what are the benefits, you think well? You know essentially Elon Musk is is not The type, of, CEO from what we've seen Seems comfortable running a public company took. The company public to to to raise funds but his other companies SpaceX. Has been very successful as a private, enterprise, and so I'm sure that he's thinking well why. Not protest, LA if he can do so I, mean what's also interesting to, note here though is that investors in tesla I don't. See a whole lot of tenth of this happening the indicated price. That alone musk tweeted of four hundred twenty dollars per share it's actually. About twenty percent higher than than the, latest, close and so so far even tuck ozone investors. Who are, already holding the stock at a rather, high valuation aren't buying it Yeah I mean maybe, four twenty, was, just a symbolic
"agron" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"So the the kind of the cycle of making mistakes and getting them over there in getting over them decreases quite a bit how can you tell if you're playing poorly or if you're just getting unlucky and more importantly how can you tell them the moment whether you're getting unluckier playing poorly so that you know when to walk away from the table because if it's if it's look it's just math stick around things will change yuki playing right you keep reading people right versus if you're playing poorly maybe it's time to go such a fine line such a fine line i remember playing a few years back in the one drop last year one hundred k one drop i finished tenth but it was a few years before that hand i was playing as fast as i've ever played just raising and re raising the looked like i was going completely crazy just getting every chip in all the time it looked like i was complete maniac and could've busted myself in a in a one drop before that where we had three million in ships it was impossible to blow a million in chips i mean you would have to try or have some real unlucky stuff happened i managed to blow one point three million in chips playing like every hand playing like a complete crazy man and having agron you on my left rear as in every hand and beating me a lot of pots and i said all right i'm gonna get him because we have so we have a thousand big bunce's deep as you've ever had you had to play horrible well fast forward i kept playing fast i'm like you know what i'm going to stick with it i finally beat daniel a huge pot and because i've been playing like such a crazy man i was dealt isis and other guy was dealt kings and he put in like a thousand big blinds because i looked like i was crazy and so i went from really the guy who had blown all of us chips and it was like last place and fifty players to boom six million in chips and massive chip leader in that tournament and so there is that fine line of playing fast if you're gonna come and playing that fast.
"agron" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To eighty four the set for no maybe with a thunderstorm late from the kyw twenty four hour traffic center upper darby market street at chatham rove's there's an accident and the has mad fuel spilt probably best to be elsewhere for a while traffic and transit on the twos coming out being two and a half minutes damp weather did not stop hundreds of people from packing the schmidt's commons in northern liberties to watch the preakness stakes not only did they see justify get the victory but everyone there got to do plenty of forcing around themselves kyw's andrew kramer who extra tents kept people dry during preakness at the piazza but once the race began everyone headed outside to watch on a massive screen organizers stephanie merrick hausky says this annual event strives for pimlico fields derby inspired food or inspired jessica jones was enjoying the atmosphere herself an atom agron polluted seconds on here and others some curious she picked out fine i'll tell you he was wearing a dress shirt with roses on it suspenders and of course a bowtie proceeds visser bent benefit the national indoor their liberties andrew kramer kyw newsradio it's a show of support for area cancer survivors a south jersey hospital in a hair salon have come together for a heartfelt campaign kyw's kimberly adams reports i really.
"agron" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And then you can read the reply called soup and that will give you a lot of details about what's going on in the arctic that we won't be to cover now but also tell you about penguins and ultimately agron is telling us what points to finger at us as humans whether we survive or not in these warming temperatures that are coming towards us correct absolutely correct our report this year documents six point one billion pairs of penguins breathing five species in the arctic it's holding steady in the arctic peninsula the warm part of antarctica where i work to the three species have not done well the warming trends over the last six years one of those three has done well tend to hang on so are we gonna be adapting like jensen's future numbers following like chinstraps delis time will tell you know the one thing that scares me when you talked about the the union mentality you might say in in you didn't elaborate on it but i'm kind of going that way the one thing that scares me about that is you're saying that unions will adapt i find that i enjoy working with animals more than humans for the most part and the thing is is that the reason why i say that is because when you get cornered sometimes they get greedy or defensive or brutality sets in and rather than you know helping the average neighbor they were rather hurt the average neighbor in order to achieve their own goal maybe getting food water shelter or something of that aspect so you can't say that all good right and the whole point here is adapt or not not confidences we will i think we have a chance but we may not be able to and we may wind up having numbers decline having our species threatening but penguins are watch worked for us or symbol for us to start thinking about the.
"agron" Discussed on Here & Now
"Actually probably having a people looking at you like you're crazy because even those who voted against the bill where a mixture of democrats and republicans who either said the bill went too far or didn't go far enough like some republicans did not like the raising the minimum age to buy a gun to 21 or even the ban on bumps stocks which are actually add onsite can allow us semi automatic weapon to fire like an automatic weapon with the pool of a single trigger and ask for some democrats there are actually against the inclusion of the formerly called school marshall program now called the guardian program let's talk about that because that is one of the most controversial parts of this bill but it seems like there's a prevision in the guardian programme language that would exclude some teachers in other words if you only teach you wouldn't be able to bring a gun into the classrooms that right right it's a voluntary program that a latte would allow for certain designated people who have completed law enforcement training and then deputy is to have a gun on school grounds when the measure came up in the senate over the weekend they agreed to limit it since it was giving even some republicans some heartburn and it's interesting to note that ford of senate president joe now agron said that classroom teachers exclusion actually got the measure over the finish line but ten heads of the state's largest school systems are basically saying they have no intention of moving forward with that in their own schools or or others in support of it that's a bit of a tossup while some schools are actually saying no that they don't wanna do this others are saying yes and also at school superintendents and the local sheriff's office both have to agree on that and lawmakers have actually been in talks with school superintendents and local sheriff's office is about this some counties are saying yes in some counties are saying now we'll there is a provision that would allow police to seize the weapons of mentally ill people who pose a threat something called a red flag law which.
"agron" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"My job another thing but you have adult and coming back from an acl tear you have an ageing and dole a who needs to be managed you have a malcolm mitchell who jeff howe wrote this week who knows what's going to happen with that guy you might have a agron walking away grog walks away you have cooks in hogan that you can feel super confident it you've got across your fingers about mitchell and dollah at allman i don't think kenny brits back next year dwayne is going to get released if grant walks away it is going to have a huge effect on this teams off season how are they going to handle the absence of grog if it happens now i imagine tom brady's gonna try to talk him into returning i think he returns by the way if if i had a bit money on it i'd bet on him returning but i think it's going to be a scenario where growing housekey says hey you pay me as the top tight end in this league around walking away no more incentives none of that you pay me as the guy look at what i did last year look at what i've done throughout my career it is time to pay me as the top tight end in the game with no asked to risks with nothing thrown on top of it i need to be paid as the guy in the patriots are going to have to pay him i'm not sold on the idea that drew rosenhaus is going to walk into this year saying oh no we'll take another incentive late and deal they did that because grant miss the super bowl couple years ago he was hurt again it's so their leverage wasn't what their leverage is now grog header awesome year he was an allpro he had a huge secondhalf in super bowl fifty two they have a lot more leverage right now than they had at this time a year ago and i expect wrong in his representation again who's drew rosenhaus to take advantage of that leverage six one seven seven seven are ninety five of talked about borjas we've talked about brady's contract grog also on the table it's go to mike and peabody hey mike cattle who've gone on so you're tired of.
"agron" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To what they say elsewhere and now i've got lynn print so the complete dog book just came out it's a wonderful beautiful book about purebred dogs and in this book they explain what a responsible breeder is and they in essence are totally contradicting themselves you could read that about lend my blog again that steve dale doubt tv carry myers puppy no project always good to talk to you and congratulations on all the great work you do thank you steve i appreciate that good to talk with you thanks and the you know it's not warm out yet and i don't want you'd be lulled into the idea that because it's warmer that we can leave our dogs or even catch you know people's let their cats outside which drives me crazy i know if you've had a cat that's been indoors outdoors it's entire life then i do understand why that cat demands to go out and why cats are usually in charge right so while you're listening cheer cat that i understand but unconcerned about those cats that are outside one concern is they look for a warm place and cats are very very smart so what they sometimes do as they huddle under or slide under a car hood which is like an electric blanket to them so here's why i'm a fan of tony orlando remember that knack three tantalizing knack three times on the car hood in the morning to make sure there is no cap that slid under the car hood unless you park in a closed garage at there's no way a cat can get inside knack threetimes on your car hood now in florida while it's even colder pigs confli right well iguanas can fall from the sky they are a guan as imagine now you're walking down the street and you're in florida and in a guana falls on your head agron as are so cold that they are literally freezing up they are our and they're falling from wherever they are and if they survive the fall and don't break anything because they can get a broken bone that way you know falling from a tree that's way way up there abut and if they don't fall into a swimming pool and drown or if they don't fall to where there's a road and.
"agron" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Doctors on twitter stunning how many doctors follow me on twitter others said right away it was broken no doubt i got the it's broken no doubt tweets how about that no doubt it's broken just from watching on tv so pittsburgh dominate the first half possession they end up with this fantastic touchdown drive the goes fifteen plays and at that point him thinking wow this steelers team has got the goods and and they still do what i haven't changed my opinion but watching that particular touchdown drive that lasted thirteen plays over nearly nine minutes you recognize that they've got a t they've got a package that can beat the new england patriots and i like the way that lend it to us yvonne gilmore is holding hands with martavis bryant in the end zone they're going for a sunday stroll in martavis just end up catching the touchdown with his other hey and but the patriot answer back right this is how it was going to go in the second half a twelve play drive to open the second half that includes a fourth down and one two grog which i think would be some foreshadowing for later in the game just a perfect pass precision pass inside from tom brady to agron who is single covered and was way more than the steelers defense could handle it turns out to be points off turnovers than that give the steelers their 24 to sixteen lead a late third quarter interception by tom brady under pressure and you realize that tell what the miami dolphins did to tom brady same thing that the steelers were doing if you're going to blitz in you got gotta get him if you're going to blitz him and go after brady you have to hit him because if he releases.
"agron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And and some of the emphasis on a on not having a agree just violence in the game may be getting through and so i think that these particular incidents were were more anomalies than than anything else but we we all see them we all focus focus on them the the thing that i thought there was really bad was agron caskey play because that was after a play as over one player is in a vulnerable position in not expecting to be hit and he gets hit in may be the most vulnerable spot on the body which is the back of his head the back of his neck the other plays happened with in the context of the of the game and so i don't think that they should necessarily be penalised as heavily as as drunk asking factor in a more more i thought about it caosc you should have received an even heavier penalty but prime before we are eager to you i know this isn't particularly your expertise and that you're into cycling and and other other stuff but do you have any final thoughts about this i don't know if here football fan but you have any thoughts about this in i am a football fan and i think that you know it's all part of the greater sporting thing which is you know sport is essentially gladiator games and it's war without the weapons and so you know we can't have it both ways amina we we want these guys to go out there and essentially beat each other up and and prove it you know new england as stronger than denver etcetera and and that is also the risk of sports but that was brian fogel he directed the documentary eker us that exposed russia's statesponsored doping program he was with us from malibu california also with a sports writer and journalism professor kevin blackstone with us from our studios here in washington dc and cnn writer aj willing him with us from atlanta thank you all so much for speaking with us thank you thank you thank you now to something cut a boring it's actually been called legendarily boring tedious and among.
"agron" Discussed on WDRC
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