17 Burst results for "Daniel wise"
"daniel wise" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"You know set of tweets. Justin marched in on sunday where he explained his jersey change. Why he dropped the lillard. He'd always had marched dash lillard on there. We re tweeted from the blog on the boys twitter account. If you missed miss that explanation let me know and i'll get it to you but <hes> i it's. I don't mean to say it's you know short version of a long story. It's a very impactful story <hes> but just in <hes> explained in his tweet that his he previously wore you know lillard on the back of his jersey to honor his late father and in fact pulling up his tweets now this is you know again. We tell you all the time you know. This is how we do things but his tweets on twitter at bubba underscore march. I wore march lillard on my jersey to honor and my father who fought through three different cancers and multiple heart surgeries in his life beating the first two in passing from pancreatic cancer in two thousand sixteen. He never missed a game even when he was going through chemo and now i'm back to wearing my legal name my children and my wife's last name march it is time i lead from family as my father did for his this. This was a hard decision to make but the look i get from my son reminds me of how i looked at. My father like the greatest superhero <hes> justin's a great guy and again fended the show. Oh i personally think makes roster but this is what tom had to say about him. <hes> if you're curious tom wrote he's been a special team stalwart but so far in came in preseason he has not been good enough in his linebacker job to stave off undrafted free agent justin phillips or luc gifford if he rebounds him his injury. That's a great point from tom. March is a great human being but that doesn't count for much when it's cutting time and that's a cold way to put it but you know thomas himself this is this is about the business of football i just. I don't see it going that way. Personally i think just makes this because i think that you've got to have those linebackers but it's interesting the the most difficult places right now they were having trouble with are on the defensive side of the ball. I know we talked about the receivers. That's really one sort of issue. There are the running backs for that's easily solvable but the a true sort of log jams on this roster when it comes to filling spots are on defense because the cowboys are for lack of a better word loaded. I mean they are a say it say it out loud. The cowboys defense is loaded. There's so much talent <hes> even a guy like justin. March is at the very least debated upon when it comes to some bright cowboys minds <hes> moving on we have two more left <hes> kind of a consensus one that nobody thinks will make the fifty three man roster. At least nobody around b._t._v. and one that is a bit surprising for me <hes> but ultimately does make sense the consensus and again i mentioned. I asked tom and danny to come up with they. Both <hes> you know i asked him each name three guys and collectively they had five names <hes> tom royal mentioned just a margin dairy jackson and and danny mentioned jalen jokes daniel wise but their third was the same person and it's rookie cornerback michael jackson <hes> obviously michael jackson is not had the best rookie performance threat training camp with the preseason and unlike jalen gels or unlike justin march potentially..
"daniel wise" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Who's your surprise cut because there's always was one? Oh I mean see me to go first while you think about your first okay 'cause my my my big. One is me Collins. I think that there's a frustration with <hes> how banged up he always is <hes>. I think they've got they've got Kirsten Hill already there. I think they like Daniel Ross. I know they like Daniel wise the undrafted free agent with I think they've got bodies behind them. That are healthy that they like that. Ultimately I could see him getting pinched in in in this rotation so so my not with certainty but but my my projection my call at this point <hes> is Molly Collins for the surprise cut. Wow that's bold I will mine's not like a super surprised. I'm not I'm not like really leaning far. We're out here but I think Alan hearns. I just don't know how there's room for him. I mean especially if you do get a John v Johnson who is is worth keeping around whatever I just think there's more there's more pros to that. Although if you really want me to get really bold I could super rush getting cut. I mean because you have to go deep. You know in a lot of places. I just don't know that you can afford to carry through quarterbacks. I mean at this point. You drafted Mike White already <hes> and you know what what's the point wonderful having Cooper restaurant. I mean no offense that that's a that's a strong one. I think that <hes> I think that's a good pick and I look forward to your blogging. The boys article ahead of camp of the ten most surprising camp cuts in cowboys history story. Wow so I'm not gonNA write that. What did you talk now? I've put that on you so you're GONNA have to do it. Come on easy Quincy Carter Dan Bailey just roll through man. I you know Dan Bailey's cut last year and you know why I shook me. I mean I was shook. <hes> yeah and I won't say why but I do know why <hes> and I had a great conversation with him last year camp and I just felt so badly about it. That was <hes> that was rough man <hes> <hes> okay so you're also you've been on the Graham lately. It's bobby belts extra too right. Yep Yep consolidated easy for everyone. Okay you and bobby four years ago originally planned a trip out to California. We're finally going to get it done. Yeah I height and I'm really excited to sleep through the Lion King. That's that's too far bobby belt from N._F._l.. Network he'll be in Oxnard soon follow him on twitter and make sure to like all of his shots and tweets bobby. Thanks very big. Thank you to bobby belt from N._F._l.. Network for joining us once again here on the OCHO <music> on twitter at Bobby Belt. The AX is a great follow again. Bobby's a great friend of mine can't encourage following him enough. If you don't already you are missing out so make sure you go ahead and do it. Even though yes bad takes on the lion king speaking of the twitter dot COM <hes> I had a tweet about the lion king that I think is relevant. Honestly these are the things that matter okay so it is Friday July nineteenth two thousand nineteen what happened on five July nineteen two thousand nineteen. The Lion King came out. That's right and we all know it's the remake we all know. It's the one that everybody's kind of worried about. I haven't seen it yet myself. I have a lot of things to catch up on since I've been gone. I'm catching up on big brother. I've got all or nothing to watch. I've got stranger the things to watch the new season of last chance on flicks and I also have to go watch toy story which bobby and I mentioned. I have to watch new spiderman after watch the Lion King I got. I got problems man. I got a lot of stuff to watch but anyway the lion king came out on Friday and when did the last Lincoln came out. I'm glad you asked my friend..
"daniel wise" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"So the only by my measure draft pick who you do not have making the team is the aforementioned Jalen jokes that wouldn't be bad. I mean seven eight picks making the squad including two undrafted for the agents. And and yeah, they would definitely be trying to sneak jokes onto the practice squad ably as all of this is assuming that none of the draftees. Just absolutely fall on their face in camp. Right. You mentioned the idea fifty second fifty third player who's your fifty four th guy your guy who I mean, just by by the skin his team missed this. That gosh, probably jokes. Not over covington's. You just hate Chris covington's on here. No. I've just don't have a good feel for him. You know, that don't have a good thing. Allen hers might also be the fifty four th guy. He might be the one that just couldn't quite breakthrough. And and and with him, it would be I the reason I say that. And when I say guiding doesn't make the roster. You know, I'm not trying to disrespect at the guys. 'cause obviously are people that are are like twenty times, the athlete I ever could have been and they're professionals. You know, they've gotten to a remarkable place in their career in the fact, they actually got into the NFL is just there's fifty three roster slots and this year, you can probably go sixty nine maybe getting close to sixty five players. You can really argue could are legitimate NFL players at least. Depth players. I agree with you. The defensive line battles are going to be a lot of fun. You know, it's going to be great to see some of these rookies, obviously. And especially after agents, those guys are that to me was a really that's a really intriguing group of guys. 'cause like I said, you know, I've got Johnson and high off of that, you know, Chris west street on I could see him. Daniel wise, you keep an eye on you mission..
"daniel wise" Discussed on KOMO
"On Tom hutler with the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Thanks for joining us this morning. Those four and against the Bill to limit exemptions. For opting out of vaccines. Expected to converge today on Olympia, the Senate will debate a Bill that would eliminate the personal objection as a reason for not having your child. Immunized more from komo's Carleen Johnson. I'm measles outbreak. Led to this debate about making it tougher to opt out Representative Paul Harris event couvert where that measles. Outbreak is centered spoke after a hearing last week referencing all the people who showed up to testify against his Bill. I find it fascinating. Vaccines. Dr Tony bark told lawmakers, there are risks with vaccines and no parent should be forced to immunize their child. It sounds could. And well that vaccines are safe and effective. Just so you understand that there could legally classified as unavoidably and safe and the manufacturers are not liable. This is a liability free product that is being mandated on children the house ended up passing that Bill out of committee last week. Today's Bill goes even further it does away with the personal exemption for all immunizations. Not just measles. They ever had held reports those personal or philosophical objections account for most of the exemptions in our state. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news largest autism study in the country now in its fourth year, and it still needs volunteers. Daniel wise, says his five year old son has very much benefited from the information they've received being part of the spark program tonight day, the the progress he's made spark is a major study recruiting those with autism and their families to find genetic connections. That may lead to a cure the research is being done locally at Seattle Children's with help from the universe. -versity of Washington. Some Washington lawmakers working to amend a new state law to allow even more sick workers at the decommissioned Hanford nuclear production site to be compensated. Komo's Frank Lenzi. The Tri city herald reports that that work is being done while the federal government is suing to put an end to the law. The government sued the state in December to overturn the new law before the legislature eased requirements in two thousand eighteen for approving Hanford compensation claims for workers were required to show that a specific exposure such as too hazardous chemicals or radiation at the nuclear reservation, constant illness or injury. The new law removes the burden of proof from workers or their survivors, unlike requirements for most other workers in the state.
"daniel wise" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"Yes. So they actually list Allen is at the end here. But on looking at the numbers in terms of position players that they've got playing different positions. And they're they they're really short detachable for this group. So I'm thinking that it's either going to be Allen or a meta who that gets a majority of their snaps inside for the north squad. But to me Alan is a guy that has that inside outside versatility here at this game. There are a bunch of them. I mean, you'd put Ferguson in that list to me Zack Allan on meta. Who from Texas has a little bit of that as well. John Kaminsky from Charleston. I think all those guys have that ability to line up inside and outside. Allen is just a good football. Larry I to me. He's a guy that don't over think it. He's not super sexy with the first step and the flexibility to turn the. Corner and ride it like a Ferrari making a tight turn. But to me, I think you look at them and say this guy, this guy's a pretty good football player. So that's how I feel about Allen. It's also how I feel certain extent by about Kaminsky against small level. Competition was a dual threat quarterback coming out of high school. I think he came on campus at two fifteen these now up to eighty huge is bigger faster stronger than everybody on the field there that Charleston, and then one last guy that I think has a lot of upside is Renault rent from Arizona state to me Renault. Ran is a guy that could prove to be one of the best defensive tackles here. I said in the past year reminds me of a Chris Jones coming out of Mississippi State who's now been a star for the Kansas City Chiefs last couple of years wins with his first step. He can change the line of scrimmage off the ball and has that ability to to kind of change. The play wreck plays in the backfield. On the south side at detective friend. You've got is Ahah bugs DeMarcus Christmas done Tapia's. Russell dalen. Mac and Kingsley is it. King Zeki K KiKi KiKi kinks Kingsley KiKi. So to those guys teammates at the last two KiKi Dalen MAC MAC was down at the east west game last week and got the call light late in the week or over the weekend to come up to the senior bowl. I think teams honestly what you'll see Ross. And there's been a lot of kind of handling all like how come? This guy's not here. That guy's not here. The thing to remember is that there is a difference between when when these guys get called up late to these games. It's not necessarily about who's the best player. It's about who the NFL wants to see more of the show. They may have seen more of guys like, Daniel wise was an absolute stud unblock of all week last week, but Daniela's with a three year starter, and you know, had proved to be productive was multiple multiple your captain at Kansas daily MAC. Really started off well at tech Sanam had to really bad years, honestly and help but by his own admission, and then kind of turned it on as a senior had a good week last week at east west they want they said like, oh, let's we want to see more of Dylan mce. Let's let's get get more eyes on him. And I think when you look at some of these redshirt juniors got added. Yeah. There were probably more talented seniors out that it could be at this game. But to get a further look at some underclassmen that honestly, maybe weren't given a look all fall because they were juniors or redshirt Richard players. Now, you get an extra looking exercise is so I think when you look at some of these late additions like Dale amac on this roster..
"daniel wise" Discussed on Up First
"And all so what does this mean for the the ongoing this long dispute about the South China Sea where China has made these pretty expansive claims of what are they offering? What could they get other Philippines? Well, that's right. It is the flash point. It's one of the most sensitive flash points in south East Asia. And and it's largely because of China's complete disregard for international law. They are occupying after seizing islands in the south. China Sea that why in Philippine waters of international tribunal ruled in two thousand sixteen China has no claim whatsoever to those waters, and it's in violation of them. What China is here to do is try to nail an agreement for a jointly exploring oil and gas. It wants to Jim is what is seen as an illegitimate occupation here in the South China Sea and do territory would be an outlier if the agrees with it. No other country that claims waters in the same in the same. See his signed any agreement to jointly explore with China for fear that it's going to lose it sovereign rights. All right NPR's, Julie McCarthy reporting for us this morning in Manila. Julie, thanks. We appreciate it. Thank you. Airbnb is getting out of business in the occupied West Bank near the company says it will no longer post listings for homes that are open apartments that are open in Israeli settlements in the West Bank. This move comes amid pressure on companies to stop doing business there. Isreaeli officials say they're being singled out and that they will take action against the company. Daniel estrin is NPR's correspondent in Jerusalem. And he joins us now. So Daniel wise, Airbnb making this move why now well everybody is wrestled with this issue for wild. That's what it says it has about two hundred listings in Israel settlements in the West Bank. Most countries say settlements in occupied land are illegal under international law. Israel's occupied the West Bank for the last fifty one years the territory is under dispute Palestinians want the land for their own country. And until now Airbnb said it operated in settlements because it wanted to help bring people together, but the company says. Is it spoke to experts and decided it needs to act responsibly and change its mind minute says settlements are at the core of the dispute between Israelis and Palestinians, human rights. Watch says it lobbied Airbnb actually about this for two years. And I spoke to Omar shocker from the group about it. They're an essence, I'm helping to broker rentals on land stolen from Palestinians for which those Palestinians themselves are barred from entering and in terms of the timing. Well, Human Rights Watch put out a report today that doesn't make Airbnb look good at all the report is called Ben and breakfast in stolen land. So this this isn't the only company that has made this kind of decision, right? Like put Airbnb into the broader context for us. Well, there is this growing pressure on companies not to do business in the settlements. The UN human rights. Commissioner is preparing a database of such companies, the European Union labels products made in settlements that are sold in Europe. And. And some businesses have changed their practices, for instance, the sparkling water company. Sodastream had a factory in a settlement at move that factory out of the settlement following a boycott campaign. Even though it claimed it had nothing to do with politics. But Israel is very concerned about this kind of thing, and especially with a big brand name like Airbnb, I mean, how often were people using Airbnb in in the occupied West Bank. I mean, what's the what's the reaction on the ground? We'll Airbnb is very popular in Israel. And I spoke with one Isreaeli Eliana passing teen who has her home listed on Airbnb. It's an Israeli settlement. It's listed as warm home with breathtaking view, it's in the hills of the West Bank. She says people come there for biking, and wineries and attractions, and she says she's astonished by this decision doesn't make any sense whatsoever. They've become political and and to the building bridges they're building fences and taking people in higher area in Israel away. From from their website. Which is it's crazy doesn't make any sense. Israeli officials say, you know, there are conflicts all over the world. So why single out Israel? All right NPR's Daniel estrin forces morning, thanks to anyway pushy it, thanks, Rachel..
"daniel wise" Discussed on Sleuth
"Looking at whether she has knowledge when you're talking about that guy, a pathological liar that he is who knows what Daniel wise neck was telling that woman. So he told our jury. That he would keep her in the dark. He tells this jury mockingly almost how absurd for any of you to believe that. And this is consistent with his arguments and his presentation in the opening in the closing throughout folks, it would be absurd to believe he's not telling her every day about what's going on in talking to her. So to do this is really terrible. It's really terrible because you don't have to different analyses. He does not have them. He has one analysis, and it's this one because this is the only one that makes sense. Why did he tell our jury that? So let's finish listening to Mr. Murphy's rebuttal where he's focusing in on some of the things Mr Medina said in his closing argument, if you can draw two or more reasonable conclusions from the circumstance evidence and one of those reasonable conclusions points to innocence and the other two Gill. Oh, you must accept the one the points to innocence. That's what Mr. Dana just went through with through it with you. He's exactly right. The second part of this is equally important. Okay. The second part is however when considering circumstantial evidence, you must accept only reasonable conclusions and reject any that are unreasonable. Are duty bound as jurors. If you hear stuff that's not reasonable, folks. You must reject them. Whether I for Senate, or whether it of percents number one, they're broke. So ause catches a plan to solve their money money problems, so far so good. He does this all by himself again, so far so good. He plans murders on a computer. She uses all the time. And she never does Google search for anything beginning with the letter age, and he is worried about her finding out. They're planning a wedding. He's planning a honeymoon. But he never mentions the honeymooners planning. He really wants to keep her in the dark about the murders. So he walks the first victim down to their parliaments. She can see that. He's the last person Sam before he disappears. He returns flustered. Sweaty stressed out mess. But it never cursed or that is demeanor maybe related to SAM's disappearance. She sees her unemployed broke fiance. Suddenly has a bunch of money. By pure coincidence at the exact same time. He's committing this murder in another city. She log onto his Facebook account making it appear like Dan is in Costa Mesa. I was make that argument emphasize. I'm not arguing that that shows that she is a part of murder what I'm arguing is. He has made her part of his subjective plan. He has involved her in that. And she's on notice that she's doing that. What does that mean? She's on notice. It means nothing. It means. He got caught a mistake here. Kind of a big one. Right. You cannot reasonably argue that that was Dan Wozniak unwittingly, pulling her into it his point was he puts Dan Wozniak in Costa Mesa at the time of the murder, which means he's she's she puts Dan Wozniak in at the time. She puts Dan Wozniak in Costa Mesa at the time of the murder. You don't put someone in a place at the time of the murder. I mean what he suggesting there? He immediately jumped on himself. Right. I mean, he that makes no sense. You can't subjectively put somebody into the murder you either put them into the murder plan or not or not and the plan would be great. She'll go on the Facebook. While I'm committing the murder, and there's no way around that. And I think he knew. Knew he messed that up and he wanted to walk himself out. So we got gotta there quickly. But not quickly enough. He believes I'm gonna take him at his word not how he tried to undo it. He believes that Rachel buffet. When on that page to help him get away with murder and to help her get away with murder. Right there in a plan together in that rebuttal..
"daniel wise" Discussed on Sleuth
"So she doesn't have to know any butcher people NB. Okay with it. She's has no he's involved and tell police things that are not true in an attempt to help them. Listen to her life. She lied about him leaving the apartment. She lied about. Kris winds repeatedly. That's those aren't mistakes. Should we? Yes. I mean, look again. And again, we're in agreement in this case we're in agreement. It's just I'm hearing a completely different human being. I think they're occupying the same Sutera similar one. But it's it's just a completely different argument. From what we heard our case. It's what we would have argued, obviously, there's different pieces of evidence in two different cases. But it's what we were arguing in essence throughout it's not credible that she's doing anything other than covering up that she's trying to protect herself and him because she's afraid of what he could do in terms of revealing her culpability. So I mean, I mean agreement with Matt Murphy, that's that's the unusual thing here. I just wish he would have said this in our case legally, did Mr Medina have the ability to introduce the interview that took place between Rachel buffet in Costa Mesa police on June ninth, which would be considered if you went with their numer. Ical chronological order that would be the third interview will the prosecution would have had an argument that no he was not able to introduce that without calling her as a witness because it's hearsay at that point. So, you know, if there's an interview and the prosecution introduces the defense introduces one portion of that same interview by law, you can introduce the rest of it. But once you start stretching into other interviews. No, he's not legally entitled because Mr Murphy drop the third count. So he stayed away from that interview. No, it's not because of that. It's because legally it's hearsay and you have your defendant available. If you wanna call person to testify, but it's an out of court statement by her. So so why is the second interview introduced then it's considered what's called an admission? So anytime a defendant makes a statement about the facts of the case the admission comes in but still even though Matt Murphy's telling jurors she never revealed Chris Williams in that time, but she did reveal it in the June ninth interview. There's no way Mr Medina could tell jurors that. That's right. Not unless Mr Murphy was in agreement with doing that. And I don't know whether he would have been an agreement or not let's go back now and listen to Mr. Murphy's rebuttal closing arguments. Violet is going to the cops. And Rachel buffet knows it she's got another hardworking police, and they've got it just about completely figured out and Daniels has going down. Does that mean that she has to be involved in the planning the execution? Absolutely not. She just has to have knowledge. Not a dive Okla pop between the two of them. Just give her the benefit of the doubt say was trying to keep in the dark. Just kind of absurd. And there was a role of is right. It is important to see what he's doing at that moment. Kind of absurd role of is Mr Murphy says the notion that Daniel wise, knee her in the dark is absurd. This is what he told our jury in a death penalty case with a person potentially down the road being executed by lethal injection..
"daniel wise" Discussed on Sleuth
"Luth S L E U T H. With that said, we now have an opportunity or Mr Murphy has an opportunity to rebut everything that the jury just heard from Mr Medina. So let's go back to Matt Murphy where he is in the process of talking about the difference between circumstantial evidence indirect evidence evidence is a foreign it the same exact weight as direct evidence. Oftentimes circumstantial evidence, doesn't forget does not bias. Oftentimes, it's some of the best evidence that we have. And when we're talking about assessing what somebody was thinking. It's always circumstantial out. In the Costa Mesa. Police have often said to me that they from the beginning thought. Rachel buffet was involved in these murders that should have been charged for murder, but they told me that Mr. Murphy's answer was always it's circumstantial, it's circumstantial yet here. He seems to really make a point of saying that circumstantial end direct are evaluated equally in a court of law cases are built on circumstantial evidence every day. He's building this case censor stance, you'll evidence so you know, one of the things that came out after the trial part of the informant related litigation. Was we learned that detective Morales had written a letter to the sheriff's department to let them know they wanted a male cover that means they wanted to watch the mail that was going to be sent out of the jail and someone they were about to arrest, and we didn't know this during the trial, but later we would get. This letter from detective Morales and. You got a letter from detective. The letter that was from detective Morales to the informant. Whoever the informant. Okay, there's a letter we learned about which is from detective Morales to a deputy in the jail. They wanna watch the mail. That's about to go out for an inmate. They're about to arrest. The inmate isn't named in the letter, but it's clearly Rachel buffet. And the letter says were about. Charge a co conspirator in the Daniel wise, neck case, what's dated. Yes. It's dated in two thousand twelve and it predates her charge and her arrest and her charging arrests and very clearly from my perspective, they were going to arrest her as a co-conspirator, which is a murder for murder, and there was some dialogue that took place. They told me point blank that Mr Murphy makes decision he makes the call. He's there prosecutor. And he said it's not enough. It's not enough. It's circumstantial will it's right that he makes the call. And it's right to reject cases. I mean, I believe in that fundamentally don't want just police officers making calls, I think the lawyers should make the call. You know, there's just so much. That's happened here. It's very hard to evaluate the reasons legitimate reasons for those types of decisions from my perspective. I just I can't follow anything here anymore that people can argue so differently. About evidence that when I'm now supposed to rely upon good faith decision making on those calls. It just is not something I can accept. I just found listening to him defend circumstantial, and sometimes that's the best evidence. We have and so forth. Just struck me as odd when when he used that same reason to tell the customize police that he would not charge with murder. Let's go back to Mr Murphy rebuttal, the first mister data star by saying in order to convict the government has to prove that she knew Dan butcher to people. You have to believe she's okay with that. That's not actually correct. All she has to know is that he's involved in Amar doesn't have to know the details doesn't have to know that. He planned it all she has. No is that somebody's dead Daniela's Nak helped in some way. That's it. It's like ten ten has no idea. Has no idea what his brother got into. He just knows he's involved. It's a homicide and he's got the murder weapon. It's all Tim do. And way. You could argue is even he's a victim of his brother stuff. He's still guilty of that thirty two she is up to our eyeballs Daniel's life everything. Mr Medina just said about any Wozniak is accurate. I can stand up here for another forty five minutes throwing descriptive terms for what Danny was Nak as he is a pathological liar. He is a monster. But he's a little monster. She knows him. Not a stranger. He knows him all of the stuff goes on right under her nose..
"daniel wise" Discussed on Sleuth
"I have in the DA's office who told me that he dropped count three because count three revolved around an interview that she that Rachel buffet had with police on June ninth. And in that interview. She said that she does admit that. It was Chris William seat. Does tell police that it was Chris volumes that was in the apartment that day. And she said the reason was is because she she was told that he was in the mafia family was in the mafia, and she was very concerned very fearful, she didn't know him that. Well, and all she knew was that he said that he got the money from loan sharks. And she was scared in. So she just didn't wanna bring him into this. And that was something that Mr Murphy allegedly was concerned about because that's reasonable to a lot of people. Right. So he just wanted nothing to do with count three for that reason because it was centered around that subsequent interview she hadn't June ninth. I sure would like to know your opinion about why you think he dropped that third count. I think that's certainly possible. If you have that information at me possible part of the calculation, I think the bigger part, the one that makes more sense is he's had the case at that point that he dismissed it for six years longer than the Wozniak case when it goes to trial he sought out the case, he understands the facts, he inter- stances are nothing's change. But I do think what he rethought was. Why would she still be telling lies on this late date? Well after Daniela's neck his admitted his involvement to her to the police. He's definitely going to be prosecuted and has admitted to his involvement in the murders. How possibly could statements that are deceptive on this late date be for the purpose of getting Daniel wise, neck out of harm's way. They have to be forgetting her out of harm's way. So the reality is that count was going to be very confu-. Using to jers because it was going to be very hard to argue when that interview takes place that third interview she's thinking about anybody, but herself, and I don't think he wanted that contradiction before the jurors because it's a slippery slope because you can work backwards and go, well, if this was about her, why would we not think that earlier counts were about her? I see. That's a valid point. And potentially reason as well. I mean, maybe there were two as ins let's go back to court. Now, the other thing. That Rachel did that especially with respect to her interview is she provided some pretty devastating facts about Dan, if she really intended to protect Dan and make sure that he would beat this this murder case that she knows about or this murder that he may have committed. Would she have disparaged him? Would she have explained that? He's a liar, which she said that to them, of course, not if there's this grand scheme, the two of them have gotten together, and they've talked about how they're going to beat this case. So they could live happily ever after when there have been some discussion about hey, don't let them know that I was stressed out and about to have a heart attack right after I came home from killing Sam, don't you think there would have been some discussion. I mean, that's the the people's cases that there's this this plot this diabolical plot between these two people to get away with this crime. She acted exactly like anyone would act under those circumstances when she was interviewed. Chris Williams, also said some things about Rachel that Misra. Murphy argued one of the things was for crying during the play. I don't know if you remember that he indicated. Yeah, she was crying when I went to see the play and she explained to him. Listen, I was emotional because of what was going on that day and the prosecutor talk a little bit about Rachel and her motions how she's an actress. Now, violet is is this whole case. She really is. She's the whole case because. She provides. The instance where we know exactly what. Rachel new and what Rachel's intent was. Rachel leaves Costa Mesa PD after finding out her fiancee's has been arrested for murder police are telling her that he may be involved in more than that..
"daniel wise" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"Thirty seven and a half is tight. And who cares if you can block. Playing in the slot all the time he's running great routes makes catches outside its frame. This kid is tough. I think hyper on is gonna pick up obviously know fawn. You're going to be deserving as well. I think he's afraid to, but I want to throw Knox's name and the next year because I don't think he's getting as much much like you feel about Daniel wise, and I think that's going to change this season. How about a twenty six friend, the Jacksonville, Jaguars? Do we have another quarterback off the board? Yeah, I thought about it, but I'm gonna. I'm gonna go the skill position player and a guy that I think is under drafted right here where we're at, I, I'm going to go with Amman Richards from Miami. A lot of people are so high on Richards after his freshman season. He was just banged up last year nag with a lot of nagging injuries ended up missing the the latter half of the season after I think I wanna say it was an ankle late in the year, but this kid's got juice. He's pretty good route runner. He's really competitive. I love the way that he attacks defensive backs each and every down love the way at this kid plays the game. I think that he's a top fifty talent if you can get back to where he was a freshman and be fully healthy this year, I think you're going to start to kind of see him more in that first and second round range. What about at twenty seven, John. Now we got the Green Bay Packers. Man, Richard, his attackers lied receiver through through everything about his profile screams Green Bay Packers. So I got out of slaughter, Fran, you stole them right off the board in front of the Packers, so they're going to have to go back to the wide receiver. Well, I don't know how to feel about AJ Brown. I'm gonna be honest. I think the excited about some things if he has well, but it's a little bit hard to tell. He's not beating pressman coverage on time because he plays in the slot so much will miss. So they ask his game that really armored posed as the markets or even became that guy who's not a very fallish route felt. So I'm a little bit hesitant on AJ ground, went a playmate with the ball in his hand and flashes of Bill, and you can make us and sat is really having treat. I don't think he's quite as big as he's listed twenty twenty-five, but still a bigger receiver inside outside versatility probably know Reno cog next year that could appeal to Green Bay non is great if it is, this is what I like. Some of the other receivers feels like real good over to go there. Maybe I'm being. Our humor, but I'm Jay Brown to the Packers. All right. Well, then what about twenty eight friend, the LA Rams. Yeah, this is tough because this is a roster that is obviously built to win right now. So you're looking for immediate holes and there aren't a ton of them. The one area rights say, yeah, this could be an area where you could get some young players in there would be at linebacker off the off the ball players. The problem is in this class, I'm still kind of looking for those guys that it'd be first round players. We have MAC Wilson in here. Devon white is in there. They're both underclassmen. Is there anybody in the senior class that can work the rain to the first round?.
"daniel wise" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"You bring any brings special teams value as well as a returner. I, I would hate to see what Sean Payton can do with a guy like deebo Samuel there. I think that that would be a really, really interesting match. How about at twenty. Three, the Houston, Texans Johns. Man, I love DiBa seeing him in New Orleans wouldn't even be fair. I thought you might go tight end there to both could be napping possibilities. I could go tight end for Texans here too. But I, I wanna see your naked. Does it just spent a third round or on reportedly like him a bit to me when I look at how daunting form and gonna come back from zucchinis and drew, we're not sure that there was some talk that he wasn't not the same player wants to more militiamen just a guy for a long time. And I wonder if you wanna be able to run the ball better on this group. I offense attack would be a neat. I'm just not in love with anybody on the porch early, but he's got the top three guys go off. And so maybe I need to do more work on the tackle group before I feel comfortable project and somebody here. But when I look at the Texans, I start thinking running back and I think Rodney Henderson of what he could bring to that offense. You know, with the offense with the receivers they already have if they can can step up this year with Watson, I mean, you get a running back who can really create, and I don't think they have a runabout like that right now guy really create. I think it adds another dimension to that offense. So why not bring a running back off the board member? Twenty three's Texans. How about the LA charged at twenty four while Fran, your high on the LA chargers. You got him as one of the top ten teams NFL. Well, I think when you look at the chargers, obviously, look, Philip rivers is always can have them in contention. It's a matter of that supporting cast and in hopefully Mike Williams can take the next step. Otherwise, that'd be thinking receiver here I thought about secondary. There are a couple different areas I thought about addressing, but there's one guy Ross it in John. Really that I'm a huge fan of this player and he's not getting first round buzz right now to me, he's a first round football player, and I, I just look at it and how how deep this defensive line group is. I think that when you look at this, this LA chargers pass, rush through outstanding off the edges. I'd like to see him get better inside. Daniel wise is the kind of player that I think Gus Bradley would love. He's a high motor kid. He's stout. He's got to play at knows and I think he'll do really well in that scheme. I think when you look at Daniel lies from Kansas, the interior player, I think that he could fit in really well there. Gus Bradley along with Joey Bosa Melvin Ingram, and I think that would be a really, really. Interesting. Trio right there up front. How about twenty five. Now, John the Atlanta, Falcons. I love his defensive line class because I've watched twenty five guys and why is on my list to watch, but I haven't gotten him yet toss him in the first round. That just gets me excited about not having seen a guy that towns that already, you know, I can't wait to watch him. Now he you're right chargers. Need that opening dear love that type of move to me the falcons man. Where do you start with his roster? I mean, it looks pretty loaded across the board. I mean, why not just give them a tight end. Some either to that this is our first round consideration. I'm going to give him the one that less people heard of Dawson knocks from all. Messy wasn't picked first second or thirteen SEC I think he's an absolute stud. I think he's an athletic creek face group. Bread wrote the other day can jump thirty seven and a half inches and route four or five, nine at six, four to fifty. He is absolutely rocked up. He was a walk on quarterback ole miss. So he's got a little ways to go developmental guy in terms of his blocking, but you can see the flashes of the blocker..
"daniel wise" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Traffic and weather together on the what do you see Kelly Dillon and a messy Ryan on the eastbound northern, state Parkway this afternoon heading, towards Willis avenue exit twenty eight we now have crash the left and. Center lanes both down, with this one delays we're going back to the cross island unfortunately not any better on. The east LA you're pretty much bumper-to-bumper all through queens between the, bean QE and the cross. Island then you're Jiming up again help. Heading towards exit thirty. Five for shelter rock road a crash there now in the Center lane also, now on the northbound cross island Parkway at the Grand Central dealing with an. Accident? There this one takes out the, right lane the eastbound Grand Central Parkway. That car fire extinguished. On the right shoulder by. The q. gardens that are changed so that. Is still, being wrapped up delays not too terrible right now you are easing out getting. To the outbound George, this afternoon the Westside highway we're slowing up from the seventies on up FDR delays. Starting up. In the. Twentieth cross Bronx delays not too terrible but you're going back to, about White Plains road right now twenty minutes both ways at the Lincoln the Holland up to a half an hour inbound not too bad so, far just a ten minute wait turn. Traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS live to the weather center now. CBS Jimmy urologist Elise finches with us, watching, the radars storms head our way Yep so we are expecting more showers and thunderstorms were already seen some things firing up, so we could very easily, see a repeat of what we saw last night right so this hot. And humid weather That we're dealing with in the afternoon leading. To some. Evening showers, and thunderstorms I some of. Which could be severe gusty. Winds heavy rain lightning hail all a possibility as we head into the evening hours hi. Max out in the upper eighties low, nineties for most locations but because of the humidity at feels like it's between ninety five and one hundred for. Both of us so he'd advisory remains in. Effect until six PM tomorrow were mostly sunny high still in the upper eighties low nineties, but it's slightly. Less humid so no heat advisory Silla twenty percent chance. Of showers and thunderstorms on your Thursday for. Friday looks like, we're dry but still sunny and hot with a high right, around eighty, eight degrees and then for Saturday and Sunday hate to tell you but we're, partly sunny which means bit, cloud cover highs right, around, eighty five degrees both days but a forty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms throughout the. Day on, both, your Saturday and Sunday so you may want to keep that. Rain. Gear handy right now it's eighty eight degrees in central park but feels like ninety, five I'm Elise Finch and the CBS to weather center all right thanks Elise. Three? Fifty on the afternoon roundup president Trump. Is still urging his lawyers to let, him meet with special counsel. Robert Muller honor Newsline politicos Daniel Lipman who's been. Looking into. This Daniel, wise the president so adamant. About this He, thinks that if you if you can only talk to Muller he'll be able to convince them. That he did nothing wrong that he's trying to hide nothing. From investigators the problem is of course, that his lawyers are worried that. He could wrap himself up in, potential perjury charges Trump who routinely lies, to the press corps into at campaign rallies have. Trouble telling the truth sometimes but the stakes are much higher when you talk to federal investigators. As you pointed, out in your piece pre no President Trump considers himself a great negotiator, you've taken a, deep look into his track record on that is he as, great a. Talker as he says So he's a better talker than a negotiator. In terms of looking ahead his. Actions as president While he's made some deals, in congress he hasn't been able to get the North. Koreans to put down their nuclear weapons which previous presidents have had a, lot of trouble with Remember he they fought so many times to get ObamaCare fully repealed. But that did not happen and now of, course it is negotiations in as a businessman he had some successes but it was, more about braggadocio than actually getting people to surrender Jim Does Robert roller even need. To interview the president, at this point do we know or does he have enough ammunition. Already Unclear what exactly has but he would. Like to talk to the president because this inquiry has been all about Trump and his campaign and potential obstruction of Justice and, that's the hold up with the interview, request, because Trump's lawyers do not want him to have to get asked about obstruction and we're talking things like. Firing gem Komi and his various efforts to prevent the FBI in, Korean, to, Michael Flynn and others remember. He told the department of, Justice and the FBI let's just go easy on Flynn who had lied about his foreign contacts and that doesn't sound like the best in. Terms of how you do it judicial inquiry and so that's why regionally on and Trump's lawyers they're very hesitant about this obstruction, thing Daniel get insight thanks politicos Daniel, Littman, three fifty three on the afternoon roundup.
"daniel wise" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"Much i thought much better prospect i don't know exactly his size but the west virginia left tag number fifty five he has really nice balance moves his feet good patients uses his length well i thought he had solid awareness i thought is finished left a little bit to be desired and i thought he was really lacking in the run game but that's just kind of the way football is now i guess especially as as a passed protecting it's really crazy to watch college tape and just see how different footballers than how it used to be but i thought his pass protection was really really pretty good i think he's he's a pretty solid prospect a lot of people think they've got the best tackle tandem in the big twelve this year with me on the left side and then colton mckay who's the right tackle he's going to be a junior i believe so with those two guys i think they're going to be in good hands i'm excited to watch like i said i've heard some good things from people that i've talked to so i'm excited to kind of dig into him i mentioned earlier oklahoma they've got a trio of guys that are coming back to their all seniors they lost arlando brown and this year's draft but bobby evans druce amiya ben powers are all needs to watch and then calvin anderson is a name from texas to keep an eye on he's a transfer from rice looks like he's going to be a starter this year so keep an eye on the senior class from calvin anderson from the offensive line who looking at d line friend so these are just the interior guys and i got two guys on my watch list that's it one i watched and i loved them i love this kid ross that's kansas defensive tackle daniel lies i asked you to watch him as well i think i i really liked him when i watched and this is the kid who's the younger brother of dietrich wise who was a former arkansas defensive lineman now he's with the new england patriots he's six three two hundred ninety pounds he lines up as three technique and their four three scheme probably a little bit out of position there i don't know that he's necessarily going to be a true three at the next level but this kid holds up the point of attack very well uses his hands well he's strong he's smart i love his motor we talk about the motor with oliver last week with dane burglar i don't i'm not going to say that his just as good but i think when you look at daniel wise this could chase his place up and down the field from sideline to sideline i love his competitiveness i'd like to see him get a little bit better with his hands a pass rusher and he's not super explosive off the ball but i loved watching this kid play in ways he kind of reminded me of like kenny clark type player from four relief from ucla now he's started with the green bay packers i think there's some similarities there i really really liked daniel daniel is what about at the at the edge off the edge the one name that i've watched that really stood out to me was charles omega who from texas big body kid i think he's like six seven two hundred and eighty pounds so this is a big body he plays as a defensive end in their odd fronts and then he's whole slide inside whole law slide outside i mean he's got reps i've seen everywhere from zero technique right over the center all the way out to nine technique way out past the tight end and even standing up time so he's using a lot of different ways by todd orlando and that defensive scheme a really fun player watch because of that size he's strong he's able to hold up.
"daniel wise" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Gmc football podcast he calls football addition today as continuing with the big twelve preseason all conference team here is we're just looking at some guys to highlighted for us and they've been kind of like these guys to watch for i know i have i've talked about that i like to watch for their number on this list but some of the guys you know college there's a lot of turnover some guys fall through the cracks and we wouldn't forget anybody as we look at some of these defensive names kind of bunch of no names i mean you look at the dvd's obviously chris boy texas and kendall kansas state i mean to get brian pb i always stay trying to think of somebody that i recognize like shawn johnson texas tech i mean all these teams depict twelve defense is going to be it's got to be didn't play defense in the big twelve because they don't really like to play defense that much in that conference but you don't really see it kansas one to kansas player on here daniel wise but interesting kansas is like the mile football team just we'll see how many games they win this year but yeah just looking at these big twelve defense this is interesting it's interesting knowing them to three six guys we'll see how many points they give this year kansas state guy tcu tech to texas guys oklahoma there's the one guy on on oklahoma halston siebert interesting you know that's that's what i was saying there's only so many guys that will be able to you know platform well enough in that highpower offense of conference in order to get noticed you know there's there's some defensive guys but we'll go over to the pac twelve offense is a little more sexy than defense but on the pac twelve we have to think about the preseason guys there too and some guys to watch for obviously bryce love as you're running back on this on this preseason team here but i mean you look at cleal tate as well cleal tate is going to be interesting quarterback he might be a guy who's gonna steal thunder from jake browning jake browning yeah you thought him he was going to be the guy when we look at him his sophomore year and then he goes and goes through it goes through that has what we has happened what happened obviously with the game against alabama getting dinged up but having these junior season of you know trying to get back healthy and then having this year of of health hopefully i mean the he'll be able to do good so but looking like yes owes cluele tate jake browning just in herbert are your first second third team offense also taller huntley on there who's actually going to be interesting guys well he's quarterback for utah definitely somebody watching for the season but cl tate was the guy who kind of had to end of the year last year i was like oh what who's that he's a he's pretty talented guy over own ah he's a new head coach with kevin someone which might bode well i mean he's pretty interesting he's pretty innovative guy not the best i don't know if he's the best xs and os guy more robber recruiting kind of energy guy but knocking knock him there when it comes to running backs bryce love obviously watcher patrick leered at california a cow cows interesting team i mean they kind of go up and down they have pretty good your office team they've had some good running really good running backs coming out of cow so be i mean even look at c j anderson undrafted he went to cal i mean he actually was pretty good job best also i mean marshawn lynch obviously so i mean cow they breed some good running backs i was quarterbacks and receivers have usually offense but the definitely don't don't take a phone sleep on him he's guy definitely to watch for their in east bay in california berkeley so obviously the big guy is over the other side of the water in the in on the peninsula palo alto that's bryce love and bryce love is just pleased to healthy this year because if you stay healthy he's gonna put number he's a machine guys machine visiting college i mean pecially playing without offense of line he shot got to love that the.
"daniel wise" Discussed on WCHS
"A couple of months and was code defensive players only exactly so he give those first team guys those in okay fine yet second team you know joe landing great story good player probably not as good a player is he is a story but okay i'll even go with him second league and tackle yeah exactly but joe janine was only claim to fame is is basically getting of pregame ameri call scuffle but dust up with baker mayfield for kansas what else the joe named ill um he did lead the big 12 and tackles underling for kansas you don't get anybody in front of you kansas has many second team defensive actually they have as many first team players as west virginia because they have won as well a defensive lineman in in daniel wise who's a good player on the torrance kid is a second team member and they also have ben johnson a tight end so they of kansas has four members of the first or second theme on this list it's this you know dumbfounded million texas set linebacker dakota allan said the two texas tech and in kansas are deserving of members of the second team defense above and beyond alrashid bitten in in david law me to play devil's advocate and give have you summit argue with here i mean the west raise defense certainly didn't like the league up and are not like you're talking about last year's defensive unit no texas tack but did name did italy's lead the league in tackles so that's all you look at well now but it's weighed in at a factor for those guys long was fifth benton with six than tackles david long second in the league for tackles tackles for lost do you know who he he trailed tell me the knee demean led in tackles and they see this is ridiculous now get me over here making a case for a kansas couch i don't wanna be on a side of it but to needed put a pretty good numbers i was just surprised a you know i i think you hit it right there i think he made an important distinction there they very well may have split the vote the yeah because those are two guys and you you you are basically flipping a.
"daniel wise" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"To throw the football around here to give that kind of love sorta messed up sounds like your home a personal grudge rhona nothing then to see here but i digress so we got baker mayfield not a captain for this weekend not going to get the start this weekend in his last game and norman well kansas wide football coach david beatty announced tuesday but linebacker joe mean de tackle daniel wise defensive end dorrance armstrong wool service captain saturday it oklahoma state those three wore the captain's before the kansas oklahoma game the decided not shake baker may fuel tan to kick off that party last weekend that really started a day that was chippy were kansas clearly was going to target baker may feel try and get him to act out mission accomplished the reactions were also in violation of the big 12 conference is sportsmanship unethical conduct rules the refusal of st student athletes to shake it opponents senator a pregame ceremony is contrary to the tradition and inconsistent with common courtesy big 12 commissioner bob dole's be said the pregame handshakes among the team captains is symbolic of good sportsmanship the breach of protocol and not keeping with the standards of the big 12 conference i am grateful for the work of kids administration in the coaches to resolve this matter pregame handshakes largely overrated i mean another moment to go out there for a lot of guys really botch and attempted some dap but you can see some guys really embarrassments alves yet like a in for the handshake out like you don't know and it's your opponent too so do you go on for the aggressive handshake to just let them know like i'm better than you there's there's there's a lotta politics of plays college football through a lotta politics appointed general it pregame handshakes have hug you go in geologic had all these different things again like the art of negotiating dep is a difficult prospect it's something you've got to work through with the guys around you figure out what everyone's comfort level is put your point you're negotiate that on the fly you're worried about what am i supposed to do on you know on the first play the game we know we're going to run power to the right for you the ball on the.