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"benjamin watson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"New furniture having outdoor sinks, installed and right hopes to offset the nonprofits, schools, additional expenses with grants and sponsorships. Andy's Wacky is head of Arbor Christian Academy in Matthews. North Carolina. He says his school will most likely dip into reserves to develop the outdoor areas necessary to space out there two hundred K. through twelve students. Building pavilion to accommodate outdoor lunches and classrooms will probably be the most expensive outlay around ten thousand dollars. Other spaces are more simply designed and constructed using tree stumps for seats and triangular fabric awnings to protect students from Sun or rain. The school has waist offset some of the unplanned expenses cheap. We have parents that have to volunteer. We use all our own people. So we're not paying contractors for that. So indoors, staff and students eleven years old up, we'll have to wear masks. Daily activities will minimize co mingling among the Grades Response to Arbroath return to in-person learning has been mostly positive. The surrounding public schools will begin the semester online with students meeting on campus once a week. Parents who want their students in a classroom had been calling. So wacky and K through twelve schools aren't the only ones meeting outdoors earlier. This month Houston's Rice University announced plans to pitch tents on campus for outdoor lectures. Students are invited to bring their own chairs. About half of, US. Colleges are planning for in person classes according to a recent survey in the chronicle of higher education. About. One third will use a hybrid model of in person and remote learning. Standard. Disease. Mitigation Practices on campus include social distancing mask requirements and monitoring daily symptoms. Natasha Martin is an associate professor of medicine at the University of California at San. Diego. She outlined another proactive measure. Her University is taking in a video posted online UC. San. Diego return to learn program is an effort to test all students faculty and staff in the UC's indio community for the novel coronavirus which has over Nineteen and may almost sixteen hundred UC. San. Diego. Resident students were screened for the virus none tested positive beginning in September. The school plans to test all students faculty and staff every month in an effort to thwart a potential outbreak. Churches are also anxious to avoid outbreaks in their congregations, but they're equally anxious to start meeting in person again. To ensure worship services do not exceed state mandated gathering limits. The three campuses of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minnesota require worshippers to reserve seats.
"benjamin watson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Nineteen case counts quickly climbed across the Midwest especially in cities like witchita Kansas and Saint Louis Missouri. But quarantine exhaustion is also on the rise. People are desperate personal interaction even as they struggle to keep themselves and. And their loved Ones Safe World Sarah. Schramsberg. Schramsberg reports now on that tension, the beacon of hope shelter and Fort Dodge, Iowa houses men transitioning from prison or struggling with addiction and mental illness. Steve. Rowe runs the shelter back in March. When the corona virus I head row quickly adopted CDC guidelines. He told the men if they weren't willing to lockdown in the shelter, they had to leave half of them. Dead is we have a number of elderly. Guys that come to us that have some pretty major healthiest choose. If we were to get the corona virus, you could almost comparison to a nursing home because of the health of many of the guys that live with us, the shelter had the men wear masks, wash hands, and didn't let them leave but Steve Rowe says after five months of lockdown something had to change were. Now at that point, you know you can't win a bubble for the rest of your life either and so we're allowing them to go out. And do some day jobs like hard work and stuff like that. That even as the total number of corona virus cases in the area have multiplied twelve times since June first an outbreak at the Fort Dodge State Correctional Facility caused part of that increase. But more than half of the county's nearly five hundred cases occurred outside the Prison Steve. Rowe is personally concerned about catching the virus, his wife and daughter Auto Immune disorders, but he says life has to go on while taking precautions. Precautions the shelters men still wear masks and staff check their temperatures. Three times a day. We have made a decision that we're not going to live in fear and that we are just going to do the best, we can to prevent the virus during the spring months. COVID. Nineteen case counts mostly stayed low across the Midwest and even though they're rising now deaths from the disease have not increased. Still, no one wants to be responsible for spreading it to a friend or neighbor. Michelle van is a Christian. Speaker in Pastor's wife in Wichita Kansas, her congregation is primarily African. American van. Says that made the church especially cautious because data shows the virus can disproportionately affect minority communities. The church closed in March and didn't reopen until late June we started having parking lot church. for a couple of weeks, and then it got really really hot, and so we are meeting in our gym at our Church so that we can social distance and spread out and things of that nature. Now, cases are surging in the area, the city of Wichita and its surrounding county went from about one hundred, fifty active on June first to nearly eighteen, hundred, seven weeks later. That led the county's top physician to ban gatherings of more than fifteen people. Churches are exempt, but vans church is considering going back online. What we don't want to do is be that cluster, but it's hard to think about going back online when the church is socially and spiritually nourishing families. After months of separation, there's only so much feeling you get when you're hearing a message online on your computer, so that disconnect. Computer fatigue happens. Dr. Ron Farris runs a Catholic family medical clinic in Wichita. He says the rise in cases is frustrating you already to hopefully return to normalcy, but that didn't happen. So everything's canceled, most some people are saying life's canceled going back into lockdown also has wider effects. Farah says hospice patients. He cares for are spending their dying days in isolation. Parents have stopped bringing their children to his clinic for checkups and Elderly People Are Missing appointments that would help maintain their health in Saint. Louis. Cases also climbed in June and July and data shows infection rates among black and Hispanic people are three times higher than among whites. Reverend. Spanish Stanley is an immigrant from Mumbai. India. He directs the Christian Friends of New America. It's an outreach to new immigrants and refugees in the area. The people he serves from Africa and the Middle East Stanley says people from these cultures were on physical affection and close proximity much more than most Americans. The wire is kind of in a way is breaking the bond of social togetherness, the Reverend on Gel, the veras in Lincoln Nebraska Stanley's concerns. He says his Spanish speaking congregation likes to hug and shake hands. But. While cases also surge in his city and church members stay away from each other. He encourages them to do their best with technology we were brotherhood. By. By. Social media calling them. Or sending personal letters. I. Think that is our best things you know taking taking time for to. Spread the love, each other. Reporting for world I'm Sarah Weinsberg. Coming up next on the world and everything in it. Creative meeting management more than a century ago. Physicians believed fresh air helped keep to burke. ILLO. Says at bay..
"benjamin watson" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Today. Joining me now, first-class Class Father Benjamin. Watson, welcome to First-class Fatherhood. Man Thanks for having me. let's start right here. How many kids do you have? And how old are? Always on fatherhood we have seven children range from ages eleven down to identical twin boys that are about sixteen months, so we have eleven and ten year old girls, eight and seven year old boys, four year, old girl and identical twin boys that are like sixteen months, so we got a lot going on in the house. Credible, yeah! I got four kids myself and usually people look at me like I got four heads when I tell him that I. can only imagine what you get when you tell me yep seven we. We've heard it all. You know you guys have have TV and you. Know How that happens is like. Yes, we keep doing it. You know. Everybody has a small comment to make for sure what kind of. Sports activities are all the kids into. Right now, not much of anything with. Kobe my daughter, my oldest She does ballet's. She's been doing that for a long time. We've lived in several cities, but she always picks that up. So she's been doing that for years. My son, my oldest son, eight year old, has really in football He thinks he's a football player even though he hasn't really played it all. Kinda funny doesn't flag football. Mother daughters in a track. I mean we've got the gamut. The younger ones aren't into it as much yet, but you know I think they I think they will be at some point Bob. I just want them to. PLAY THEY WANNA play and I don't want them to feel an impression from me that after play they enjoy that that's the biggest thing. Not Feeling that they have to play, because daddy plays board. Because you know, everybody can go there and route. Yeah, I don't think one of the benefits. Today's the there's so many e. every sport has its own LE-. Give the kids a little taste of everything, and they could pick out pick and choose what they like. So I think that's pretty cool. Or you know it's important because you know quite honestly. We specialization now with a lot of parents do the temptation to do that. Really specialize at a early age. and. I think that it does benefit is to try a lot of different things. You never know what they're going to be good at. You. Never know what they. Will will try them. And you know and speaking with a lot of orthopedic doctors. They're starting to say that they see more more or the beating. Andrew's younger kids, which means that a lot of these kids are. Are you know getting overuse injuries that they really shouldn't be having at that age so not going outside and playing riding the bikes. Things good for my kids for now. Yeah well said if you could just take a second here to hit my listeners a little bit about your background and what you do. Look my background right now. Unemployed you know just playing a sixteen years of NFL football been married for fifteen years on Thursday actually July second. And that'll be fifteen years for us right now. kind of in a transition time of figuring out what's next. But about a father as I mentioned before for eleven years in really consider being A. Being husband my most important jobs. Yeah good stuff. And and so how old were you then Benjamin when you first became? A dad had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. I daughter in two thousand nine. And I'm the oldest of six kids so i. Knew I never wanted to have six, so we just went from five to seven. We've and we never laid it on six and we want to have kids I met my wife at Georgia University of Georgia in College. We dated for several years and we always talked about having four kids. We got married waited. A few years started having kids when we had. We had four kids in literally four and a half years. And I knew I wanted to be a dad, but I was scared when we actually were pregnant with our first, and it changes your life. You know people talk about all the time. How who changed your life I think for me. Those obviously that sense of responsibility and responsibility of care of a baby or a family, but of understanding the role of. Influence that you have on the next generation, I mean it really is powerful a man. Thank you know when you sit in there. Holding your newborn child you're. You're looking in the face of places that you will never go to? Law Willing because they're gonNA outlast you. And how are you going to positively affect that child? What are you gonNA, teach him or her. What are you GonNa Pour into them. And! How are you going to do it? It can be very overwhelming, so I remember feeling overwhelmed. and I still feel that way in a different way now. But it really is a tremendous sense of joy as well because. These people look up to you and really need you. Yeah well, said I I couldn't agree more I. Love Being a Dad, and it's like especially I felt the same way first time becoming a dad, and then I felt felt that all them people that were telling me Oh. Just wait you just wait and then I felt like they were wrong. It was totally a great experience for me. Now I had three boys, and then we got girl on the fourth. Try this so otherwise. We may be catching up to you, but we got our girl on the fourth try. That's what I wanted. To ask my wife I was like look I. WanNa have four kids on a three boys and then little girl. I'm a blur. Take care of my little girl, and then I started off. You know two girls and I thought the world was indie. ended up number three hundred. Oh, I. Don't know if I should go for number three because I felt like as a guy wanted a boy, but now I tell you what. Got was favorable to us because he gave us those two girls I. because there is no way my boys will be able to handle and take care of the younger siblings in helpless the way our girls do seriously us. Oh I was proven wrong I'm glad that we had a first, but that's fine. Yes, exactly what I was hoping for the very beginning and you know what that helped us when we. We had our forth kid older.
Former Patriots player Benjamin Watson organizes prayer vigil on Boston Common
"Hundreds hundreds gathering gathering on on Boston Boston common common yesterday yesterday to to hold hold an an hour hour long long prayer prayer vigil vigil WBZ WBZ Suzanne's Suzanne's house house bill bill was was there there hundreds hundreds gathered gathered at at the the comment comment to pray and to sing including former patriots tight end Ben Watson who organized Boston pray he wanted people to know that god stands with them in their struggle for justice god sees and knows the pain and agony that we all are going through I want people to know that he loves them and it's best to do what's right pastor Barry came with symphony church said one statistic
"benjamin watson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Let's get to the show and good one day. Joining us now is Amanda played in the NFL for fifteen years. He's a super bowl. Champion was drafted to the Patriots in the first round of the two thousand four. Nfl draft played with Tom for a long time and drew brees anybody for the Browns for Bit Lazy Journal. Benjamin Ben Thank you so much for joining us. I apologize for being a little bit late. That news about the Andre Hopkins and Billy O'Brien's relationship broke this morning on. Get up shortly after you on there so I apologize because stories breaking especially nowadays it by the way. Let's get right to it. Tom Brady Tampa Bay. Have you ever played with Bruce? Arians in a Bruce Arians style offense or broussard. Style team you have played with Tom Brady for a long. How do you think that fit is going to be both grammatically and personally between the two of them I have not played with Bruce and every met him but I hear great things about him obviously offensively? He's one of those guys as kind of a very very well respected when it comes to. Nfl circles. Thomas Tom and I gotta believe that for him to go there. There's an understanding of kind of a A melting of the two styles You Know Tom is the guy. That's not. Just go somewhere just to play at this point. He's going somewhere to win. He's also going somewhere where he's going to have some sort of control. Some sort of input I think in the offense Going forward he has the weapons that he wants. He thinks he can help. Build Somebody that's forty something years old was to have some sort of control An input when it comes to the the efforts that he's GonNa put forth on the field so I'm looking forward to seeing how how it turned out. Okay let's talk about that forty years old and wanted to have some input on the efforts on the field and everything like that. I got a chance to play alongside deep down the roster behind Peyton manning and he ran literally ran if he wanted to. He could run everything in the building if he wanted to. I don't think he did mostly football stuff. If he wanted to repeat stuff or short in practice or longer length in practice a workout. Peyton manning could do that so when Andrew lucked came in I wanted to Andrew Luck to be more like peyton manning. I'm like I wanted Andrew luck to it by the way. That's a tall task due to a twenty two year old or twenty three year old like you're a CEO of a team. Now if you want a guy cut you go up to that head coach. Gm and say. Hey I want this guy on my team. I don't want this kind of my team from what I keep. Delete what everybody has said. That has basically talked about how Tom Brady gets treated the exact same as everybody else by Bill Belichick. Did he have any of that type of say in where the meetings were? Tom Brady will get laser. Pointed in front of everybody. Was that drawn blown out of proportion or is that accurate like Tom? Brady was just treated as a rookie. Basically his entire career. And if that's the case I can definitely see how he would get upset about that relationship after twenty years of that type of thing happening. Coach coach Belichick doesn't have a lot of favoritism But I think that even within that obviously there are levels. There are certain levels of respect. But we'll begin those team meeting rooms as you've heard He treats everybody the same. I remember him telling the junior. Say One time this is not how we do it and everybody was a Paul can believe he will talk to junior that way But I think that's part of the reason why they'd been successful. He's been so successful is because he's able to stay even Keel. He's able to treat everybody the same a guys whether they like it or not. They respected that being said. He's kind of one of a kind in that way. You're probably not going to see that that often when you go to other place at least I've been in other places. There obviously certain levels of respect come with Guys how how much better than they are hell where respected. They are on the team so I I don't know how much that played into it but I do think that. There's the toms first time being a free agent getting to this place and there's something about free agency being able to experience going on the open market Having being courted again being being drawn to different place having been able to step away and say you know these are my demands. Moving forward if I'm going to play in X Y and Z place. And you don't have that when you're not afraid and you don't have that when you're under contract somewhere so. I do think that that may play a part of his decision. But even so he's already said how much he appreciates. New England and his legacy as you know yeah and as Peyton Manning's legacy that's not going to change the guys at to halting careers in a Patriot uniform. Where the wherever he goes from here you know Tamp Laden matter. That's not changing what he's done here. That's so funny. Because if you put up his career he won four one place in one two at the other or he won three three or any of those. Those are all hall of fame. His first his first ten years in his last ten years both hall of fame careers in of themselves. Now he's GonNa end up. Potentially breaking records in Tampa Bay buccaneer uniforms. What do you expect from that team? Do you think they went Super Bowl? Now that they have that leadership they went from forty to one to twenty two and one or two thousand ten to one overnight for Super Bowl. Odds how do you feel about their chances down in Tampa Bay One thing I know is that to win a super bowl in this era. You need a high-calibre functioning quarterback the quarterback the premier position. So I immediately any team. That takes a Tom Brady. Their chances of winning super bowl are going to increase exponentially also know having played sixteen years and watch a lot of football before bet that it is impossible to know. Who's GonNa win the Super Bowl? The odds are always there you know the Patriots are going to be in the mix. There are certain certain teams that are going to be in the mix all the time you know overtime. But you just don't know who's going to emerge from that so I don't know if they're GonNa win the Super Bowl. I do know however that the super bowl is in Tampa. I do know however that. If I'm not mistaken you're a big guru me. There have been no teams that have won a super bowl in their in their home. Homefield So there are a lot of opportunities there. Will you think about this marriage between Tom Brady in Tampa Bay. We short new by a year. They're in the introduction fifteen years that's how you know how important that that 401k is all of those year especially with all these kids. How many kids are you home schooling right now? We're not we have home school before we're not host. Although the kids are all at home now we have said so we have we have five school-age kids and then we have identical twin boys. That are ten months old Benjamin Watson sixty years in the NFL. Are you just trying to have a kid for every year you play the NFL? Now we have a kid for every day of the week though last question before you digs has one for you. You've got a chance to play. It's a bad organizations great organizations right and no shot at the browns. It's just been that's kind of what it's been. And you got a chance to play for the saints whenever drew brees was Aaron obviously for the Patriots. When Tom Brady was there how can you explain to people what a winning culture looks like? I won a potential. Losing Culture. Looks like what are the biggest differences between the places? You've had great success in the places that don't always have success but the biggest thing is consistency and when I say that I don't necessarily think performance on me from the top being in Cleveland. I was ever three years great historic organization but they too much turnover to be successful. When I was there they had two different owners. We transitioned from Mr Learner to miss. Has We have turnover in ownership. That's difficult then. You have turnover in the coaching staff. Every two years there so it's not that they can't be good just said we have to stick with what's going on. You have to stick with your people long enough to get over that hump going. I was in Baltimore for two years. At an organization that has a lot of stability. They've had a great ownership NBA shot. Mr Bush lady they've had GM Manasi head. Coach has been the hardware has been there for extended period of time the same in New Orleans. Obviously the same here in New England and so the biggest difference is really Having that consistency from a leadership standpoint and then it's who's calling the plays and who's taking the snap under center I have. This can't have multiple people at quarterback and expect to be successful in a very quarterback drew. I believe I did says question. All here we go. I wrote this in. I wrote this in my notes section on the flight home in an NFL from an NFL. Game in two thousand fifteen. When I was talking to a couple of G's about how good teams keep people around kind of see their vision through were other teams. They kind of cut too early or they potentially are scared to get locked onto a bad thing. But I think the world that we're in right now potentially pushes teams to make decisions. I wrote this in two thousand fifteen. The fear of the perception of complacency has changed the NFL immensely owners. Gm's coaches fear the thought of fans thinking they have become complacent a couple of games. Lost a bad season nowadays means change to occur. We live in an instant gratification society. We want everything now. Our News entertainment and what I'm referring to in this particular case is our team success in our outlet in NFL at all time. This thought process is not a negative one. People should expect greatness all the time but sometimes it takes a little bit to grow some greatness and I think the world we live in right now with fans and teams being able to see exactly what their fans think right. Teams are able to see exactly what they're frantic. Philip rivers was signed here to the coach yesterday in twitter. The Indianapolis twitter is not happy about it and now the codes get to see that like the colts are actually getting where it wants might have been like a reporter writing for the paper and you could just mentally compartmentalize. That is all. He's just a hater. He's a negative now. Like you actually see what the fans are saying. And I think that's why some of these bad organizations are always tending to make new moves. Because they're kind of fear that their fans are gonNA think they're complacent was sucking when sometimes it just takes a little bit longer to get to. The greatness has a has a slogan says. Ignore THE NOISE. Ignore the noise and a lot of bad is noticed there are people that have a. Pin. That really don't matter. They don't know what's going on inside of the building. Their opinion is going to change tomorrow if you win. It's going to change the next day. If you lose. They have nothing else to do. Other than to micromanage everything that you're doing that they have no control over and so ignoring the noise. It doesn't mean we don't respect your opinion. Obviously the fans are important. There are vital to the success of the NFL. But at the same time if you're a management You have to be able to stick with the plane but also what happens is you have people that are managers head coaches general managers and there's a ownership is hearing all of this and they want to be proud the product that they're putting on the field got friends in high places and so it kind of trickles down and so that's when you see the turnover but doesn't happen overnight especially in football. You know this you've got you've got twenty two guys on starting off into defense you've got guys special teams. You Got Fifty Three Mayor Rasi. Forty six guys. You know when you play and it's not like basketball where you can buy five players and almost guarantee yourself a champion or boss totally different or one. Bring the you're right. You're right or one or two. I mean football's totally different. But you make a good point about this time of gratification that there's not much patients And also when you talk about the money that's involved I can't say if I'M I won't be kind of impatient as well so I might be in that boat to last question for Beat New England this year. Was there any indication throughout the year in the locker room or or in the organization that this could potentially happen with Tom? Leaving definitely wasn't potential because we all knew he was going to be a free agent anytime coming in the last year. The contract with your quarterback or not obviously a lot of times quarterbacks. We assume that they're going to get something worked out. We assume that you know both sides are gonNA come to some sort of agreement But this was uncharted territory in the NFL period. Have a guy that has been there when six bowls of been there for twenty years and this is one of the first time he's actually going to be a.
"benjamin watson" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"I mean can't give out a bunch of tickets but we had a you know a strong contingent of guys who ah recently out as well as you know obviously the the icons like hines and you know Herschel and <hes> Davis Davis all those guys you know so it was it's always fun getting together with those guys that you play with or maybe even guys that you were a fan of growing up yeah that has been I mean I've been laughing telling friends that I was talking today. 'cause Be Friends with. It's like one of the rules. Every strangers good okay so since you're Georgia you've been in the N._F._l.. Since then so for like fifteen years right this'll be read in two thousand four and coming up. This'll be your sixteen yeah. You're getting back in. Everybody thought you were tired and you tricked us all your back in. I did to myself that was that wasn't really the plant yeah that all and a few a few months ago by and started doing you'll start exploring other things taking requests in interviews heads had no several efforts to do some different things and I think maybe around the end of innovate bro so after you know free to have been started the league started it. Kinda end April going into May. Maybe let me just see if there's any doesn't interest because I can't come back to this ever what was has done this don but I really felt like you know after last year that was going.
Benjamin Watson, Rob Gronkowski And Patriots discussed on Murph and Mac
"Tight end. The patriots brought in to replace rob gronkowski will not be able to play for the first month of the twenty nineteen th season. Benjamin Watson revealed on its Facebook page Sunday that he is facing a four game suspension by the NFL for failing drug test. Do treatment here. Received after his retirement from football in
"benjamin watson" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Save spans are waiting. Saints. Players are waiting and Avello fans are waiting navy. The whole world is waiting for Roger Goodell to speak. The question is why it Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio the ESPN app series XM channel eighty Jason Fitz. Sarahspain Sarah, you have had a marathon day. And that only means because you've been everywhere. Like, you're already everywhere you already like the star in on like fifty thousand different shows. But today fifty thousand different shows hits you at once. So I am going to be the bundle of lightning enter DEM lightning in a bottle bring energy. I bring the brain farts that hopefully result in humorous mistakes. And not things that'll get me fired. You are I'm going to be lightning in a bottle, and you are going to you're going to you're going to bring back some reality because I'm gonna need it. All right. Okay. I promise for that. But also I would like everybody to have a close finger on the dump button. Okay. Perfect. When my brain is this tired, you never know you never know what's going to happen. Well, here's the thing. We do know unlike Roger. You're going to speak for the next thing. And then do my best at least. So this is what really hit me as I was hearing people today talk about Roger Goodell. And and as I read articles today about the fan base for the saints and Benjamin Watson saints player, obviously going to Twitter, and and making his plea of anyone in see it the quote Commissioner Goodell, we all realize that football is an imperfect game played coached and officiated by 'perfect people. What occurred last Sunday in New Orleans, though was outside of that expected and accepted. Norm. You can do your continued. Silence on this matter is unbecoming of the position you hold detrimental to the integrity of the game and disrespectful and dismissive to football fans everywhere from the locker room to Park Avenue accountability is what makes our Li great lead. By example. We are waiting. Why? Now, I mean that that's my first. I mean, there's no proof of concept here that Roger Goodell ever feels compelled to step up and stand up and speak out. I will go back to probably the biggest controversy. She around the NFL for the last several years, or at least one of there's been several was Ray rice. And let's remember that after the Ray rice video surface. It's Roger Goodell nine days to talk to anybody. Roger Goodell is not a man that comes out and speaks to anybody it because anybody compels him, Sarah. So I'm looking at this thing. What's gonna do? Come out and say, yeah, we blew it. What what why is there a benefit to him to do that? Why would that even be on his mind right now, it's a huge benefit? And here's why it's Friday after the game was played. We've had Monday Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday Friday already to talk about this and to put it to bed, and there are a couple of things that him talking about it would put to bed number one the conversations and the lawsuits surrounding the belief that there was some sort of article within the NFL rules that would allow the team to ask him to step in and replay the final minute forty nine you come out right away. And you say a hem there's an article right before that one that says I can't do this when it's related to an official call. So you put. Rest conversations that people are having all over television and radio about him being able to step in and do something about this. We already know that they admitted wrongdoing because our river on called Sean Payton moments after the game ended to say, so, but that's second hand of Sean Payton telling us that they admitted fault is not the same as coming out. In owning it he comes out and says this was a grave error. We regret it. There's plenty of human error in our game. But we won't we don't want it to be something. Agreed just like this with a Super Bowl berth on the line. We're going to do our best to make sure this doesn't happen again, which includes potential issues with the referees that were involved in this looking into the possibility of reviewing this, etc. Right. So he delineates all the ways in which they're going to react to this air and prevent it from happening in the future..
"benjamin watson" Discussed on PTI
"The the shack rocking you to sleep. What are you talking? Wouldn't that be great? It's Jack was on call and you can rock you to sleep. And then when that happened you could turn to Russell Westbrook, and you can do this out. Great with that. Big shock has had you in the air once before came up from behind pick me up the no idea what was happening at that. Wasn't that at the at the all star game in New York? Welcome PTI, boys and girls in today's episode. I need the warriors Djokovic face isn't a dollar and John Calipari joins us for five minutes. But we begin today with day six of the ongoing ill-will stemming from the no call last Sunday in the ram saints game to developments to discuss Benjamin Watson tied into the saints blasted Roger Goodell. I continued in action staying in part. And I quote, your continued silence on this matter is on becoming of the position you hold detrimental to the integrity of the game and disrespectful and dismissive to football. Everywhere from the locker room to Park Avenue accountability is what makes our league great lead. By example. We are waiting on quote and the NFL ever tone-deaf. Find Rams Deby macelroy Coleman twenty six thousand seven hundred thirty nine dollars a nice round number for his helmet to helmet hit which wasn't even flagged. We'll done. I assume this settles for you. And it was already settled not accountable. An active players said of the Commissioner of leak. Yep. Accurately, you are to shiftless and lazy to even be accountable. That is unbelievable shot across his dome and moon for Benjamin Watson who's who wrote to me. And the NFL has the nerve to find someone four hit then apparently didn't exist. It didn't exist in real time in the game. This Tony Tony? You cannot criticize. Roger Goodell enough. And I'll give you credit for being the first person to say step out from under your guest addressed the publicizing. I I read what Benjamin Watson said. And I just applauded me applauded it takes guts to do that. You'd say to yourself is this a fireable offense? It's it. Sure. It's a fireable fence for Commissioner to hide, but he's never gonna dress. Limp. Let me get to the notion of what I think a Commissioner is about and why we have commissioners, and I wrote some notes down. So I'm going to just look at them. I think it's to render decisions that involve the entire population to show the entire population of fans of players of coaches of owners that you you you care that you're involving all of this. These are smart decisions. These are courageous decisions when they have to be. So what we are faced with here is no decision at all total in action. And we're going to wait for that press conference, which is two or three days before the Super Bowl Friday ten or eleven days after this happened and he's going to. Within the question. And the next question is going to be this. So how about the game played in London? We played in London. How this is callously Schefter is reporting death, Sean Payton had to reach Roger Goodell. Roger Goodell wouldn't even take the initiative is is being afraid is being tone. Deaf is all but as long as the owners back them up and down it will change we come to this point once a year where we say this is terrible. But in this particular case, most of those things are terrible not about the general public. This is terrible about the general public that you don't think enough of them to say why have done nothing doing pathetic. Let's move to the NBA and in a vent you had more than passing interest in and Tony I went warriors beating the wizards here in DC last night. You did we were there. Let's focus in on the warriors continuing to play happily with their new toy DeMarcus cousins he made eight of his twelve shots last night. And dominated the paint the way big men used to before they became endangered species. While the rest of the league is still obsessing over going small the dubs are throwing big at everybody. Now, Tony is the concern about boogie fitting in already over in your mind in honoring transparency, let me say I went to the arena..
"benjamin watson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"So will I k now back to this? I loved it. That Benjamin Watson made this statement. I wanna thank him for at least turning up the heat on a Roger Goodell and on a National Football League over what I still consider to this moment. How many days later four days later, a travesty an all time robbery. It was simply five days. It was simply the worst blown call in the history of sports, given the magnitude that it sent in my estimation. This is my personal two cents on this. But I think most of the world shares this it sent the wrong team to the Super Bowl. So let's let's keep in perspective. Do you know Benjamin if you crossed over with him a little bit? He is a highly respected voice in this league. He was on the New England Patriots teams in four and seven that went to the Super Bowl one one. Lost to the giants. So he has that credibility going and he's been in the league low these many years he is now I soon he had now nst his retirement. I go into stand by that. But just for those who don't know he has been powerfully outspoken about his spiritual faith, and he's been powerfully outspoken, a prominent voice in race relations in this country because he wrote a book three years ago, which I read called under our skin getting real about race and getting free from the fears and frustrations that divide us. It was well that he is an eloquent voice eloquent writer in water pay. He was a fire for the Walter Payton man of the year. So again, we have credibility of your. Yes. Yes. So I appreciate the fact that he chose to do this now back to our Commissioner Roger Goodell 's obviously a great job of running the most successful league in our country. So. Let's keep that in perspective. But he is mostly been reactive instead of proactive on conflict on controversy. He reacts instead of jumps out ahead of it usually and in this case to your point. This was so agreed that I believe he just stayed in his quote unquote, ivory tower on this one because I think nobody disagrees that it was the worst call ever. So I don't know exactly what he could have said given his track record is the Commissioner. If he just flat out comes out in a Pala is this to New Orleans Saints fans he disqualifies his Super Bowl team. And makes the Rams feel like an illegitimate Super Bowl team. I want to be very clear on this. I still believe the Rams are a word these Super Bowl team because on paper right now. I can show you they look better on paper than the New England Patriots. Right. So again. I think this is a fraudulent Super Bowl. I do not. I just believe the saints would have won that game. If that flag had been thrown by any one of four or five referees in the vicinity of what we all agree was as outrageous uncalled pass interference as we've ever seen. So the magnitude of it. I'm sure the Commissioner thought it would it would lose steam over these five days in it's gaining steam. I'm sure the Commissioner thought it would blow over and it is blowing up it seems to get bigger by the day. And now fuel to the fire has been added by Benjamin Watson. So I appreciate turning up the heat on the Commissioner if we can do what what would Adam silver have done. He's he's a different his here's a different management style than Roger Goodell. Right. Adam silver's more fan friendly to me in a little more player friendly. So I believe Adam silver would have tried to do some sort of statement say you could say that you could use the human errors. Part of our game. And it was unfortunate that a great game was marred by an obviously blown call. So you need do Commissioner to tell you that even though you already know that it's just because people who love pro football want the leader appro football to put this in some perspective. Just something they can hang onto because right now, it looks like the league is running and hiding my right? Before you go in further when took took rule happen. What did Paul Tagliabue's say? Well, I know what Mike Pereira did now works for FOX. He went on a national media tour over the next three days to explain how that the tuck rule was correctly called..
"benjamin watson" Discussed on Get Up!
"Norm. Your continued. Silence. On the matter is becoming of the position you hold detrimental to the integrity of the game and disrespectful and dismissive football fans everywhere from the locker room to Park Avenue accountability is what makes our league great lead. By example. We are waiting shefty. What reaction have you heard around the league to what Benjamin Watson had to say? Greeny, you touched on very important point. Ben Watson is one of the most respected players and voices in the game amongst the players today. And when Ben Watson comes out and says this it gets the tension of everybody around the league. Now, look privately the saints have gotten after the league office they lit into them on Monday very unhappy with the decision they let it known to be the lead to the league that they're not. Pleased with the way that this unfolded on Sunday. And of course, we have not heard anything from the league all week long, which has been a surprise you thought they would have addressed early Monday. They did not other than the fact that they called the saints right after game to let them know that they blew the call. But there's been no public acknowledgement that the league that the visuals made a mistake here. So it continues to go on and on. And while it does guys like Benoit's coming out and shining light on the subject that continues to not go away while the NFL sits back in surprising. Silence. Chaffee. Well done. Thank you have a wonderful weekend. We'll see you next week. And obviously lots of our coverage next week from Atlanta with Adam Schefter involve bring these guys again to the conversation, Bobby Andy would I'll start with you. Do you believe that Roger Goodell in the National Football League office should make deeds to make some sort of statement about the way that game ended? Well, if you looked at each and every week the players of media Ville ability they have to go out at answer for the actions that they had whether it's off the field. Most of the time on the field. Sometimes it's after practice a lot of times. It's after the games. Those guys have to be accountable for what they've done, and what has happened Roger Goodell highest paid employees in the NFL. It's not Tom Brady. It's not in Iran. It is Roger Goodell. And he is the face when it comes to answering these questions. So I think it's very very hypocritical. Huge thing like this happens. And now he hides new does not come out at least the dress. Because if you dress it on Monday or Tuesday, I think it's done by the afternoon. Let the one thing I would say is that there is a competition committee, and they are. Going to be looking at this off season long. They're trying to look at competitive, fairness and guess who's on the committee, Sean Payton. Okay. So he's going to be looking at this certainly very closely. My one question is if Goodell starts talking about this. I understand it's in its own category. Because it was particularly agreed. And that's was going to talk about a team going to the Super Bowl or not. But does he opened up a can of worms if he starts going out and talking about he has not made a practice of talking about poor calls or officiating prior to this. Nah. I don't think he's opened up a can of worms. But I think he needs to he it's this was a call of epic magnitude, everyone the whole national audience would happen sought unfold. Everyone knows that it was it was a horrific call. No, call by the officials. So you're the face of the National Football League in Roger deal in Bobby you pointed out make too much money for him than just sit back at Park Avenue and not say one word radio sows and not a least addresses the problem..
"benjamin watson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"All right. I have for my next pick. And this is one that I thought just be I feel like there are a couple of guys in the NFL. And I feel like no matter what they do. They're going to be immensely successful beyond any reasonable expectations. And there's one guy I'm thinking of that. I assumed everything he did after football. And I'm giving it away. I'm not taking Peyton Manning at this point. Because Peyton Manning really hasn't done anything with his post football life, yet one guy that I think is going to go all in all the time, and he is going to become a master in multiple different industries. He's already involved in movies. He's got he's got the Jimmy John's franchises. He's he's a drew Brees. I believe at some point. We'll throw his hat in the ring. And at some point we will be talking about a Senator drew Brees. A congressman drew Brees. And or a presidential candidate. Drew Brees guy isn't even forty yet. I think this guy if he wants to do it if he wants to do it. This is a guy who I think would be a great commander in chief a great chief executive a guy who has proven. Time and again that he can take his God given abilities and completely and totally maximize them by busting his ass everyday toward whatever his goal is. That's going to be the question when he's done because he's told me before he wants to do different things. I think he's going to wait for that one thing that resonates in his soul as the thing that he needs to do. And if it's public service, if it's politics, I'll tell you what this isn't hypothetical, and I hope I live long enough to see it drew Brees present United States in twenty thirty six, maybe sooner. You stole my second round pick. I kind of feel like one of those NFL GM's who pounds the table. And he says oh my God. I got ripped off you just pick my guy. But now I'm going to my third round pick. I'm taking Malcolm Jenkins of the Philadelphia Eagles and Malcolm Jenkins convinced me, you know, twice in the last couple of years one is when I saw that after a Monday night game a year ago he and three of his teammates got up at five thirty in the morning and got on a train in Philadelphia to go to Harrisburg to lobby. Philadelphia area, and all and all Pennsylvania state legislators about things important to their cause. Like a criminal Justice reform, you know, like more modern commonsense policing methods. And so I'll take him. But he he he really convinced me this year when he's taken broadsides all over the place for mayor. Agreed. And Eric Reid is saying, you know, what? What a what a not a great guy. I don't even know what word to use. Sort of a kind of a phony or whatever it is at air. Agreed was calling him. You know, and I looked at him and Malcolm Jenkins never shot back at them. I just think Malcolm Jenkins has the public service gene in him. And he's going to follow up a good football career with a good public service career. Well, and I liked your pick. I like your pick a lot. And it got me thinking because I've got a bunch of ideas for the third one. But. This guy currently isn't in the NFL, but not by choice. And when you talk about a political movement. Right. It's a movement. It's it's someone who can inspire. It's someone who can lead it someone who can get others to to answer the call to action and quietly get people behind him in everything he does. And I guess this is the balance. This is the details to the heads heads is Jerry Jones tales is Colin Kaepernick either way. You can't go wrong. And I and the one thing with cabinet. He doesn't really embrace the whole public speaking aspect of it. I don't think he's comfortable there. But that's something you can learn over time. I think I I I said it completely jokingly with Jones not jokingly it all dead serious with drew Brees. And we've tapper Nick is kind of more serious than joking here. If this is something he wanted to do. I just don't think it's something he wants to do. But if it's something he wanted to do he's got a hell of a platform that has organically developed based upon. The actions of the past couple of years. And we know how politics currently is just because you're on one fringe doesn't mean you can't win if you know how to run that electoral map you can win. Okay. So my third pick. And I liked the cabernet pick. I think it's really interesting. My third pick is gonna be a guy I quoted in my column yesterday. And I'm looking for his exact words right now. My third pick is Benjamin Watson the tight end for the for the New Orleans. Saints of always known Watson to be a common sense thinker and a guy who definitely puts his puts his actions where his mouth is. And I asked him on Sunday after I finished asking them about how the saints were playing. I said anything you want to say about voting on Tuesday about Tuesday being an important day in our country. Just wanna read these words this summer. I took my two daughters to Selma Alabama for the fifty thirty anniversary of the March to fight for the right to vote. There was bloodshed for that. Right to vote. We know what that means. So when it comes to the privilege of voting, we need to take it. Seriously. No matter what your status is in life. You have a voice if you're wealthy. You have a voice if you're in poverty, you have a voice we need to exercise that right? We all need to be heard. Bravo, Benjamin Watson, and at the very least as the third guy on my list. He's going to be secretary of state when Tony Dungy takes office. I like our group. I like our group here quick recap. I've got Jerry Jones drew Brees Colin cabinet, Peter has Tony Dungy, Malcolm Jenkins and Benjamin Watson. And I don't know if you were getting these texts, Peter, but stats has been actively and aggressively lobbying that one of his take marshawn Lynch, and I agree. It would be entertaining if marshawn Lynch or the president, but I. Give as many press conferences. Hey, listen. He gives many formal press conferences is this president is given. That's the inaugural address would be must see TV. Yeah. And the staff at I do believe we need to govern the country rather than have must see TV. The guy picked will govern the country. Tom Coughlin is a name that was floating around is a possibility he would definitely govern the country. He would govern it his way. It would definitely be his way. I'd love to see Coughlan. You know, there's a bunch of guys. I couldn't named an awful lot of guys. I'm sure you could have either this is a very easy one to prepare for. But Mike of all the guys who we talked about the two guys who I really really like on these lists are Tony dungee. And drew Brees. I think both of those guys would be very very good in another life. Doing something else with their lives. I have no idea. I've never asked Tony Dungy. If he would ever do something like this. But all I know is he's he would have a built in support system right away. One name that hasn't come up. And I think one stats and I were talking about doing this yesterday. I think the name did come up, and I brushed it off. But when you think about what the president is automatically commander in chief of the armed forces. Right. Coming up with battle plans supervising the joint chiefs of staff and being involved, and you know, the civilian who is also running the army and the navy and the air force in the marines. Wouldn't you walk Bill Belichick in that job of all the people in the NFL? I mean from the standpoint of coming up with strategy if and when and I guess it would depend upon what's going on in the country at the time. But if we were on any type of a war footing, wouldn't you want? Bella check being the guy who's running the army, Peter. I think he'd be good at it. And I think he would be a guy who if he was into it. If he was involved in it absolutely unequivocally. He would be a guy who would be in it to win. There's no doubt about it. But I just question whether he would ever really want to do anything like that. And you're right. I am I am ascribing things to him that I've never asked him. But I just have a feeling that he would roll his eyes at you know, at wanting to do something like that he would have no use for ninety nine percent of the job. The one percent arguably most important, especially if the nation is on a war footing. He'd be great at the other ninety nine percent. He would want nothing to could you imagine him presiding over a state dinner or having various rose garden events or just all of the things that a president or any politician has to do. Yeah. Bill Belichick has no real work that he'd rather be doing. The rea the reason the thing I would say is there are times. Now, I'll give you two recent examples he opened his Friday press conference with a minute forty second riff on Paul Zimmerman and how much Paul Zimmerman meant to him and to serve the football journalism business. He opened his Sunday night press conference talking about the families of the soldiers who had died in service to our country who are being feted at the patriots game. The other day on the salute to service day. I gotta tell you something that was a fantastic job done by Robert Kraft and the patriots not a good job. A fantastic job walking out on the field before the game was one hundred into a guy who served in World War Two who is one hundred and second birthday on Sunday craft. Invited them. They're the patriots Madame huge thrill for this guy. And that was such a perfect way to handle the salute to service week. I've no idea what other teams are doing. But I thought that was really cool. And my my point is that if necessary Bill Belichick would understand what was important in the job. And you're right. He might not want to do the state dinners, but he would figure out a way to do them. And he would do him pretty, well, that's at least in my opinion. All right. We gotta take a quick break when we return those a veteran receiver we haven't talked about in a while who could end up with a job by the end of the day PF t live wraps right after this..
"benjamin watson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Rangers if you missed any of that door app apple app store google play at the link at the top of our twitter handle also you can vote on our poll question serbia just scored in the sixth minute head down i missed in one nil over switzerland that's a quick goal what do we have on our poll question that people can vote on right now on our app chris based on last night's nba draft looking at which of these top five rookies makes an allstar appearance i right now what who did j bill said he said luca danni adoption and that's leading the poll right now thirty three percent andre i in twenty three percents same with marvin bagley trae young nineteen percent no love for jaren jackson who might be better than for those guys to percents benjamin watson who's entering his fourteen year in the national football league he's getting set with trae burton fresh off of the victorious philadelphia eagles now at chicago benjamin in his wife trae burt and sean weatherspoon austin carr nick novak and others are gonna make in national football league trip on behalf of the international justice mission team freedom to the dominican republic next week early next week to chat with benjamin watson in a moment here on the show your phone calls as well we'll take them in our number three eight four four two four ritual we keep an eye on the third and final world cup match of this day that's going down in russia let's get a news update from chris brockman brought to you by our friends at honda special live report rock men with the new honda accord is being called.
"benjamin watson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And in benjamin watson uh you know obviously do terrific things in their own right all right about this game jared that was sown super bowl man and i mean nick falls what can you say you know backup comes in plays like a starred in i mean the eagles we're in control that game and you know the only time i had doubt was after that garang touchdown and you know the the patriots take their first lead of the game but folz had another trick up his sleeve how 'bout that fourthdown call in the throat of fool's komal on that's that's come home is right there jerry what game manner grewcock about how no game be crepe easter and often through an hour the spread offer answers are out soon the game the one thing for me coming into the match up or its is that man you know we see consolidating no after week fourteen and and told getting the opportunity to be able to take over the starting position for wines that you know it's arpaio's like runpass options and that's something that you know you know with with land set that's that's going to be an option b l awhile you have to defend both in with foldup not in the cars and we know he doesn't want to run so how did you see more to be able to generate enough offense and also you know keep the integrity of their offense intact while he doing what they were doing endless and doug peterson is done a great job of really gain confidence of this team and understanding that no matter who goes now that we're gonna figure out a way to be able to win and we saw it all season and in this team willed themselves students victory but index holds played an unbelievable game on i'm talking about dime throw gas beg you just don't see like took the touchdown the command is something that i still am training o in the back of the end zone you'll be able to throw it with double coverage and a third guy coming over as well all that's unbelievable an outside jeff we've asked all in the end zone awhile here who i don't care malcolm ball by nobody makes that play because alhassan makes big time catches.
"benjamin watson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The moron what happened the exhibiting the behavior of a mora begi congratulations to greg olsen benjamin watson edge jj watt for being finalised for the walter payton man of the year award greg olsen benjamin watson spoiler alert you're not winning actually doing some more research only walter payton man of the year award it says here it celebrates excellence on and off the field allow me to rattle off all the onfield excellence jj wad had this season in his cancer at the end of the day he still lebron james and you are in his kanter crew crew even makes field goals exciting damn tony romeo you are good barry church not helping polar bear conservation blake bortles tears from a man who knows he's made his last start as a jacksonville jaguar i've seen some gross things are dd but nothing will ever compare to the sight of seeing bill bella check mnet patricia hug no i don't even know grog no problem i hate them bill bella check had no idea you're capable of that kind of emotion was it just me or did it feel like build bella check was saying goodbye bob kraft bill bella check on stage in brace frosty tried to decipher whether or not rock has a concussion has to be the toughest job sports drew you gotta wire thursday whoa whoa whoa yacht regrow nfl mvp tony romo if you combine quarterback play and broadcasting i take robo over eight been going to be difficult for the patriots to overcome the cleared vintage the eagles have and quarterback doug with like one of bronx that i didn't wheeling and you're like what it's normal business through the crush like one of his eyes this just been whaling alleged this is growth whether it's dance things alam fao or in the concussion protocol one of his eyes pinwheel the way they know he has a concussion is he's more coherence try.
"benjamin watson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Dog moron what happened the exhibiting the behavior of a mora begging congratulations to greg olsen benjamin watson edge jj watt for being finalised for the walter payton man of the year award greg olsen benjamin watson spoiler alert you're not winning actually doing some more research only walter payton man of the year award it says year it celebrates excellence on and off the field allow me to rattle off all the onfield excellence jj what have this season in his cancer at the end of the day he still lebron james and you are in as kanter crew he even makes field goals exciting damn tony romo you are good barry church not helping polar bear conservation blake bortles tears from a man who knows he's made his last start as a jacksonville jaguar i've seen some gross things are didi but nothing will ever compare to the sight of seeing bill bella check and that patricia hug noaman know grog no problem i hate them bill bella check had no idea you're capable of that kind of a motion was it just me or did it feel like build bella check was saying goodbye bob kraft bill bella check on stage in brace frosty dry the decipher whether or not rock has a concussion has to be the toughest job support.
"benjamin watson" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"And yet there are still a lot of social stigma social institutions social things that existed down put a barricade up in terms of having the discussion and love in each other the way the lord i thank intense like that scripture i just read it you can get a copy of under our skin by benjamin watson at focus on the family dot com slash radio and as we said last time a good of a good our facebook page and a win give us says some perspective some reaction to the broadcast and keep it civil please zilfi i help richmond welcome back thank you good booed the guys here let me start here we left off last time in this neighborhood and i wanna i wanna go back there quickly i'm fascinated by jesus in front of pontious pilot for a lot of difference especially in the book ajan each gospel has that account and they're you know some of those gospel accounts have a little more detail than the others but in john specifically it's where um jesus talks a pilot about truth i've come to testify to the truth and i find that fascinating i don't think it's superficial i think the lord is about truth in in one way first and foremost as believers it's knowing our heart is best as we can no those biases that we have no the formation of them the evil of that especially in this area of race relations were we put up obstacles about our ability to communicate with other people that aren't like us as christians that should not happen and and we need it know the truth and i love that admonition of the lord to say in essence to his fought to his community be truthful that's why i'm here to testify to the truth is that resonate with it it does it does um.
"benjamin watson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
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