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"david harris" Discussed on People of the Pod
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"david harris" Discussed on People of the Pod
"It's always one of my favorite, not just because we bring to brilliant people who have different points of view on important issues, also because I think it represents AJC at its best I mean if you think about it, we live in a world which is increasingly silo D-. Intellectually politically silo GONNA. Look for debates. People go look for reinforcement of their own ideas, so they choose their t beat channels. They choose their websites. They choose their newspapers. Newspapers to such a large degree based on their desire to find kind of security and comfort in that space, whatever their viewpoint is, what AJC say wait a second folks. We're not going in that direction. There are a lot of complex issues out there that don't have simple answers. You may say they do, but in reality they don't, so we have rebates. One of the debates is on free and hate speech. Are there limits and one side of the? By very distinguished legal scholar, some very well known to the public will be. There should be no limits. The answer to hate speech is not the banning of hate. Speech is more speech and couches speech, so that'd be one break debate. The second debate were in twenty twenty Presidential election underway we have top emissaries of both the Biden trump campaigns who will be debating foreign policy national security? Though the democratic way or the Republican way. You can be sure the be a very joy, say energetic debate and the third debate we have slated is a two views of the West Bank. As everyone knows. This has been a long standing question Israel with different views on what the future of the West Bank will to look like I it's coming into focus again. Because of the trump peace plan and we have two prominent Israelis will be debating what the future of the West Bank to. To look like wants to be decided unilaterally to be decided east negotiations if they can take.
"david harris" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"She does not have social distancing, and she is supporting the very same protesters that are outside protesting something that does not exist which systemic racism and widespread police brutality, but here's the main point. What Nancy Pelosi's photo op would have us believe that the virus does not affect you just as long as you're protesting cops, we'll look now. I'M NOT GONNA be one. That's all of a sudden going to say that the viruses. Absolutely gonNA kill every single person, but we're going to be consistent. The virus doesn't care whether or not you're protesting something, righteous or something, not righteous the virus. Care meaning the virus could very well spread at any time regardless. If you're protesting alleged widespread systemic racism, which does not happen, it's almost as if they don't care. It's almost as if they have selectively used the virus to apply to whatever political agenda they see fit, but you're fighting for anarchy or for the dismemberment of America, effectively according to Nancy. Pelosi your immune to covid nineteen or the China virus. Sure now this is the logic. The left of which there is none remember the left has no logic emotive pathological feelings that are designed to make you feel group humiliation. Tucker Carlson said this beautifully said. America's new religion is group humiliation. They are going to find people that they think are the problem. They're going to humiliate you into. Subservience President Obama came out and broke precedent to criticize his predecessor president trump, so here's just one question. I have for President Obama when it comes to race. Why didn't you fix all the America's racial problems in eight years, you made them worse so if you combine George W Bush and President Obama who are now going up against president trump for race relations in America because some Minnesota Cop, who participated in something, awful and evil, and did something evil. Somehow this is Donald Trump's fault. It's not eighty clutch ours fault. Who is the actual? The individual could put him in prison but dropped. Dropped all charges when she was in the prosecutor's office, it wasn't the police superintendents. It wasn't a Democrat governors fault soon after sixteen years president trump is cleaning up this monumental mess, but who better than Barack Obama who is elected twice as a black man to lecture us all, and what is racist and unequal in America in America, even though him as a black person literally lives in a fifteen million dollar mansion in Martha's Vineyard. His country will a fool like Barack Obama to become the United States as a black person. The answer is that president. Obama does not believe America's a racist bigoted country. He says it to manipulate people. He says it to control people, and he says it to stay relevant. This is spreading at an alarming rate I'm watching video and imagery of people in Maryland and people in Oregon thousands of people white individuals that go down on their knees and start apologizing for something. They never did for saying I. Apologize For all the systemic privilege that I have against you. Black people go back in the previous episode of the Trolley Kirk Show where we debunked the racist lie. That is white privilege. But I do want to share some good news in the midst of the pandemic and the riots and the looting and the destruction Jack Pa- sobek encouraged to go listen to his amazing episode where we talk about Antifa and the roots of antiphon where it comes from. He started a gofundme me for the black cop captain David Dorn David Dorn was seventy seven years old, black retired police officer from Saint Louis though he was retired. He's still spent his personal time helping with security at a friend's Pawnshop, he was gunned down. By looters and rioters thugs. And his end of watch tragically came Tuesday morning. Now why was he killed? For Television. He was killed for television. More black police officers have died than unarmed black men in the last two weeks, but.
"david harris" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Podcasts podcast one spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Generally. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. We are lucky to have charlie. Charlie cuts running the White House. I want to thank Joe he's an incredible guy. His Spirit, his love of this country done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point USA. He will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk Show. We got a real special episode in store for you I have a really in-depth conversation with David. Harris junior one of the top black conservative. In the country who is also a fellow at the Falkirk Center for Faith and Liberty at liberty, university, but before we air that interview here on the podcast I want to talk about some non riot news. There's a lot that's been happening in our country and a lot that's been happening in politics in just the last forty eight seventy two hours. That is easy to talk about when the entire country is actually burning, it's easy to miss this news, and even some people say well. Maybe the media's focusing so much on the. The right, so this stuff actually does not get covered. Somebody. Give you a quick rundown of what's happening in America. A one stop shop of news around Rosenstein. Mattis. Hillary Clinton Barack Obama. Nancy Pelosi the Chinese coronavirus. Remember the virus remember when that was like the worst thing in the world two weeks ago, we had livestream in discussion of why. Dr Anthony FAUCI was wrong. And that's all anyone's talking. Other worlds actually burning, so let's get right into it. James Mattis, secretary, James Mattis, who was the secretary of Defense under president trump? has come out and inserted themselves into the political conversation. Now mind you I believe that mad dog. Jim Mattis is an American hero. He's very well respected by a lot of people in the military. I think he's laid his life on the line for our country, but mad dog mattis said is completely unacceptable. This is breaking news. The Atlantic has called this and again the Atlantic is that amazing intersection of wildly talented people who hate our country quote an extraordinary condemnation. Mattis came out, and he said this we must not be distracted by a small number of lawbreakers. He continued by saying we must reject and hold accountable those in office who make a mockery of our Constitution Donald Trump is the first president of my lifetime who does not try to the American people does not even pretend to try instead. He tries to divide US mattis rights. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequence of three years mature leadership end quote he then goes on to take a page from the.
"david harris" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Do you remember what knock down the houses. It's documentary following the squad okay well. I'm sure you will not be surprised to hear that rotten tomatoes <hes> they actually got one hundred percent from the critics thirty four percent audience complete reversal. I know which one i'm going to tune into c- <hes> everyone else can make their own decision but before we get into this dave chapelle. Let's let's watch a little bit from his latest special. You can guess who it is doing an impression all right. Let me get into character. You gotta guess who it is. Though okay here goes hey if you do anything wrong your life dawn. I'm going to take everything away from me and i don't care what i find up could be today tomorrow fifteen twenty years from now. If i find out you're do finished who who's that that's you. That's the audience sounds like to me. That's why i don't becoming out doing comedy fan. I try to entertain. I most interesting <hes> <hes> thing to me was that the audience was actually yelling trump yeah when he and they're like trump. You made a dumb voice that must mean. We spoke to say trump listening when he was saying from never done that. I see chapelle like goes into places that you don't expect which is why he's great. I i honestly wasn't that big of a fan of chapelle. <hes> you with the show is good like it had its moments but i happen to randomly see him here in dallas before he started doing this this special so few years ago and he owned owned the room. I mean he had people on strings. He wanted them quietly. One of them laughing he owned it was it was so impressive. It was so funny and there was a lot of the same type of stuff it was. Obviously you see some liberal stuff in there but also some conservative stuff. He went down weird roads and places that people don't talk about anymore and it's so satisfying right like i like like the this is the same type of thing that makes jordan peterson popular right like just doesn't care what you think about him. He's just going to say and it's just so refreshing and that's i think think uae because he's done stuff like this before. I it seems to be connecting even more now. People are just. I don't know if it's just people are noticing it or people are so thirsty for chad your the comedian. Invite you know okay first of all let me back <hes>. He's a treasure. He's a genius. He's a comic. He's a true comedian. He is our ages prior. Our ages as williams are ages carlin. He is this generation's definition of comedy. The problem is people. Don't know the definition of comedy anymore. I want to encourage people. If you're watching this show listen to this show. Watch this special and hear what he's really saying. Don't get lost in the bad words and those kinds of things. I know that we all have sensitive ears. Thicken up toughened up in the rest of the world is saying because it true nature of comedy has got to get into the crevices and the dark spaces of the human psyche and experience problem album is we don't want to be there anymore. We want candy coat. Everything make everything a safe space. Comedy doesn't allow that to happen ridicule and mocking his in the job description corruption of that career of that profession so what he does is he goes out and you think you know what he say but if you think that the first time through you're not really listening and i love that because you don't know at the end of the day wars this stand is he on my team is the only other team no matter he made you laugh. He may think because he doesn't have to be on your team and that's the beauty he's not trying to be david. I love the cliffs. I've seen i haven't seen the whole special yeah. Uh i'm gonna watch tonight. I was telling my brother and we're gonna watch it tonight but from the clips i've seen i think it's just brilliant. I mean making people <hes> you know shoutout out trump. I mean he didn't make them shower trump but like you said it's like he's really making a point to say the person that he's imitating stupid sir..
"david harris" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"That's san francisco for you. That's a great point and you know i they. It comes back to the idea. This is always about the n._r._a. The n._r._a. has no power in this country none. I like the i think. They do good work and they do they. They lobby you. I don't know if the right to petition the government might be included in some founding documents that is kind of an important thing well. They also lobby for gun safety the safety of the ones that the forefront of that they can't cast any votes they have. They can't do like if you are electing people who are folding r._a. Then you are making that choice as a voter right if they are that bad had and maybe they are maybe the n._r._a. Comes in there and says we want you to vote a totally different way and they changed their vote every time to the n._r._a. Which again spending what three million dollars a year not huge lobby. It's a tiny part or this out over and over and over again now even by anti-gun organizations funded by michael bloomberg but also unions and all of these other left-wing organizations the n._r._a. Does it i don't want to demean it because it does do important work but they're having all sorts of troubles on their own right now to do anything and the fundamental part of of lobbying which everyone loves to just skim over is the fact that they can't do anything on their own they can go and talk to these people just like we can. It is our constitutional right to be able to go and try to argue with with your representatives and get them to change their mind towards your policies constitutional right but they don't have they can vote over whether you want. The people are in office because they i believe the same things is the n._r._a. Changing their mind on like well. I wanted to ban all firearms but now i'm going to go with the n._r._a. That's not how it happens. It's like this like easy thing for the left to justify every one of their dumb policies and you know when it's not the n._r._a. It was the coke brothers. Well now the coke brother because there's only one left but they're working with cook brothers. Last project was a a multimillion dollar project when they were working with george soros and all sorts of left-wing things they were a libertarian group and so they would go both ways a lot of topics but the media just allows them to get away with this nonsensical thing just blame the coke brothers blame the n._r._a. As if these evil overlord organizations are just as deep conspiracy theories as anything alex jones gets accused of it is like it is. This is just nonsense right. I mean like the n._r._a. Is a is a is a good organization that fights for constitutional constitutional rights in my view. If you don't think so vote another person who's going to think the opposite and then they'll vote for your policies. This is just a republican inaction. It is is really interesting. <hes> david that there seems to be this back door <hes> assault on the second amendment where you know you you see the n._r._a. Now being labeled a terrorist terrorist organization the media's running with that you see what kroger and walmart have now said. We're not gonna allow people to openly carry. You've got people proposing tax on munition and <hes> you know what what was it new. York said that they were going to penalize banks who did business with gun manufacturers <hes>. It seems to be that that there's is this back door assault on the second amendment..
Trump doubles down on his comments about Jewish Americans
"Time president trump is standing by his comments that Jewish people who vote for Democrats are disloyal Mr trump says the Democratic Party is hostile to Israel and that he's done a lot for the country and David Harris is the CEO of the non partisan American Jewish committee says Mr trump is bringing back old stereo types about American Jews having divided loyalties resident whether he knows it or not is evoking very toxic themes and re opening a very dark history where Jews were often accused of being disloyal to the country where they live and his charges of disloyalty of against Jews who vote Democrat has had a sensitive nerve for many people in Israel as that's language that's led to the persecution of Jewish people for centuries ABC store Donna Miller's in Jerusalem and she reports few in that country are rushing to defend Mr trump contrary to the president's re tweets few here in Israel are professing their love her crowning him king trump after accused Jews who vote democratic of being disloyal to Israel and the Jewish people at best there is silence at worst condemnation prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government too often praised and defend trump are not saying a word but in the Israeli press summer accusing trump of being anti somatic ignorant and dangerous for peddling in Jewish tropes for partisan political
Trump doubles down on his comments about Jewish Americans
"President trump standing by his comments that Jews who vote for Democrats are disloyal Mr trump says the Democratic Party is hostile to Israel and that he's done a lot for Israel David Harris is the CEO of the non partisan American Jewish committee it says Mr trump is bringing back old stereotypes about American Jews having divided loyalties president whether he knows it or not is evoking very toxic themes and re opening a very dark history where Jews were often accused of being disloyal to the country where they live says Mr trump's comments invoke old stereo types again that American Jews have to find it
4 Baboons Briefly Wreak Havoc In Texas After Using Barrel To Escape Facility
"The forecast this week force until saturday the shower thunder shower show up clear sky forced tonight fifty eight degrees sunshine for tuesday high of eighty five mostly cloudy wednesday in the low to mid eighty s i'm meteorologist scott lawrimore at the weather channel seventy five now clear and sunny at the ktar h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center seven oh one our top story to houston area dentists convicted of murder sixteen years ago for running over and killing her cheating husband with the mercedes is getting out of prison clara harris is now sixty she was granted parole last year and will be released may eleventh harris was sentenced to twenty years behind bars for the death of forty four year old david harris houston leaders reacting to the news that ninety two year old former first lady barbara bush will no longer seek medical treatment for failing health city councilman jet christie summed up with a lot of estonians are feeling the city's hurting because we know that she's hurting one of the most beloved mothers and grandmothers that this state has this nation has jenna bush hager told nbc's today show that her grandmother is still in great spirits and surrounded by loving family members a former analyst with the harris county institute of forensic sciences is out of a job the unnamed analyst was reportedly fired for recording results from a couple of drug cases without doing complete analysis of evidence the crime lab says it will reprocess some previous marijuana cases tested by the same analyst the harris county district attorney's office and the texas forensic science commission have both been notified of the analysts violation rachel estrada newsradio seven forty ktar h how's this for an escape texas biomedical research institute officials said he believed four babboons used a barrel to get out of their enclosure at the research institute the primates apparently got the barrel upright than hopped over a wall over the weekend three the babboons were caught after about thirty minutes on the lam of fourth decided to return to the enclosure on its own astros are in seattle the.
"david harris" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"And also you know the team is gonna really appreciate this they know what i'm going through you know they're going to really take this into account the reality is they know what you're going through but everybody's going through something and when they're watching and evaluating that tape and looking at your cat number down the line the it's almost like they forget or they just don't care about the injuries that's the set that something maybe i'll ask andrew about on wednesday but it always seems to me like they appreciate it but when are value waiting you it's like they conveniently forget that you played on whatever injury that you played on phillips jays got some patriots news as well linebacker david harris retiring and the team sign running back brandon bolden to another one year deal david harris excellent career i love pointing out guys like this when they retire they get no fanfare nobody's even talking about eleven years stalwart ten years for the jets hours a team leader was excellent player congrats to david on a outstanding career and for the patriots you know they always get these kind of guys guys have a role for them you know special teams brandon bolden is a big thing for him they don't rule use them it running back that much they like a more on teams in you know they keep offer him a deal and they have faith and trust in him and how he performs and special teams and in emergency roles as a running back and he likes bear that he didn't wanna you don't want to test the market i think maybe one of these other years he tested the market in the market really wasn't to his liking in so he thought i am not not gonna do that again.
"david harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Oklahoma city thunder with a bloomberg sports update i'm tom rogers this is bloomberg law i'm jim krasula at thirty five minutes past the hour convictions in police officer shootings are rare in this country stiff sentences for police officers are even rarer when a judge send its michael slater the former south carolina police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black men in the back after a traffic stop to twenty years in prison the family and friends of the victim walter scott said justice was done here's civil rights advocate reverend nelson rivers and the victim's brother anthony scott after the sentencing it was does black let black lives matter for one day in south carolina to answer was yes they do not only do we get justice date but the truth was told his ended the case that became a rallying cry for the black lives matter movement after a video of the white officers shooting of scott went viral setting off protests across the country join me as david harris professor at the university of pittsburgh law school david the prosecutors wanted a sentence of life in prison a probation officer had recommended tend to thirteen years how important is the judge's decision to sentence leg or to twenty years i think it is important because it but mer fears a very serious crime and that that crime will be punished to a great extent it is so often true that in these cases of shootings of unarmed black man we have no charges at all and sometimes when we have charges uh we more often have missed trials or acquittals.
"david harris" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Think a lot of this lot of the issues really why in with the linebackers on this team and david harris has got rigor mortis the guy can't move car o van noy is best used probably as a twenty to twenty five play a game tied guy where you wanna put him in coverage and have running around and covering people i don't know what they all caches margins at this point what i know he can't cover running backs so what level of what level of warrior you have with this group again amount of seven so what is still save aboard don't get me wrong but what it can't be is save aboard because you're just outscoring people thirty five thirty one i think we've come to know around here or from having seen plenty years of championship football that if you're legitimately going to win a championship it was only really been done one time where a team had it completely godawful hot garbage dumpster fire rubbish defense and that was the new orleans saints in some level one of the years i think there was one of the years the giants one word statistically they may not have been that great but they were able to get after the quarterback and they were difficult match up for the patriots but for the most part you at least the defense that's in the middle of the pack and has the ability to hits a key stops and there's only so much that belhadj it can do on a gametogame basis to create a game plan to swallow other teams down before you just look at it and say well that guy who never it is kate execute and i i've got to give him wind up or i've got to make massive changes in a less something happens this weekend vic completely catches me off guard i'll be the first wanted to tell you that i think bill bella check is going to.
"david harris" Discussed on LI News Radio
"Way he ran the other day against jeff defense that let's be real i mean that it was in the weak point i mean ththe great by any means but if we weren't defence of loyalist supposed to be frontline is supposed to be among the best in the league and then they got they got they got killed amid those holes everywhere has a job mccoy ran i agree wholeheartedly i you you know this because you you and i've talked about it many times i always thought that these these defense was overrated yeah now not even talking about this year uh this is obviously alleging iding the line backing core is all wrong the treasury david harris opener david it adds a hole and i think lee is playing out of position yes and the secondary does not look improved now i'll cut them some slow algorithm slackers they young god new for us i said it when they signed him bus the screen or you're not very good player at could lowered i can't get yeah i won't get on may or adams yet i'll give him the year yeah the them improve as the first zachary avic i'm i'm not on them the although i've seen things and both of them that i'm not impressed with no i'm gonna cut them though the year a took to learn but but you know screened i never understood the fascination with him neither i i and why were you know i hated that's only suzanne me as well with you and the secondary did not look good i mean this team is sprinting towards a the moreover opec i made thirteen of point thirteen a halfpoint underdogs today against the oakland raiders ema he estimated opened at fifteen yeah we'll get into that when we do our picks but yeah i i agree with you i i don't i i just don't and what and what do you do with the coach he's got he's got i mean i liked the guy he's another guy to me the jetta own two withdrew at with with signing coaches that a better coordinators gear he's of these these in game guy do you know i retire from i like them yeah you know what i mean like i think he's a smart guy i.
"david harris" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"That um you know david harris to i mean a lot of money for a middle linebacker whose leader of a team that doesn't seem to be going a lot of places i mean i can i can certainly understand the monetary decisions uh now will help them be worse probably uh but i don't i don't think it's taking because you know the individual players in the coaching staff are not on board but hamas differentiates i mean look i'm an nba guy and the sixers did exactly this they stripped away their veteran's thought they were average team they tried to get a lot worse you know players don't take coaches don't tack but management executive sir seems to me that this is a very sixers like blueprint that the the jets are following yeah i mean i i see what you're saying uh and uh you know and i'm not trying to completely disagree with that because if you wanna say did they get rid of a lot of their their highprofile bigname players yeah they definitely did you know i would also argue that you know nick mangled is very good but you know were they better with a thirty four year old center making you know nine million dollars a year i you know i don't think they were um also the sixers had a pretty clear elaborate plan uh the process i believe it's called um there are the jets are uh i'm not sure the jets are really there ashley always great workman by the time all right thanks for having me that's the iraq war nfl network's joining the year on the dan patrick show sure seems to me like the jets are doing exactly what the sixers doing plus look i i agree with him that you don't you don't like players don't tech like the sixers players are on the roster you can go out there every night trying to lose redbrown head coach in philadelphia didn't try to lose what management put them in a position to lose and that's why i think might metag's doing in new york again i tend to agree with you got a chance to get a franchise quarterback you go get the on that i don't see any difference from what the jets are doing and what the sixers did i.
"david harris" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn
"It's essentially a death threat and i thought he was following i mean i was really really really really scared finally i came to a gas station but there were people at the gas station in the middle of nowhere it's still no cell phones inc go to a phone booth it's just filled with a million and a half horrible boggs i call my wife in new york and i say to her i just met with david harris and i think he's the killer and he might be following and my wife julia just started screaming at me the phone you idiot uh but maybe like this cooperative thing i don't know three it seems like you kinda like kinda like it but this is different is a different question you kind of like this kind of thing and have you ever been scared by this kind of thing and the answer is yes and yes yes i've been seat it seems like above and beyond the murderer not murderer question your really into talking to people who are i don't know what the right word is maybe iconoclastic people who are out on a limb it it and sometimes that means huddle plastics seems like a polite term for batch it crazy i mean they're not always i mean if i think of like the the people that are on uh uh the people that are in uh the chief fast now to controller or on first person not all them are crazy they're just maybe i'm one of a kind of the um the they have their own way of being in the world some of them each seems pretty functional leased from the outside even though it's weird nieto.
"david harris" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn
"When i was making the thin line i was talking to david harris who had just been released from san quentin living with his parents invite her taxes and it became pretty obvious that david harris was the real killer of this dallas police officer i'd interviewed the guy the guy who was convicted of the murder but he in fact was telling the truth he was the lamest excuse in the book i was home in heads sleeping but in this instance it turned out to be true so i'm interviewing the guy turns out to be the real killer and our first meeting how much detailed he what i just genuinely i mean like my mom does work in prisons sometimes and i've never gone with her she goes to saint quentin which has always been asking whether her work was as an inmate or otherwise yeah this is she does work with prisoners she supervises the license plate group the licensed alone time to earn that uh but she was like it's like venture capital she she goes to prison and i've never gone wither because i'm scared to go don't fill your nuts to go i am scared you're not scared to go yeah you but i am absolutely have scared to go errol i'm not joking what do you think's gonna happen pillay if there was if somebody said i have to go i mean not just because i got sent to prison but like if there were some really really if there was a powerful reason you know if the prison chaplain said you know all the prisoners love listening to your npr show and they they really wanna meet you would really change their lives you know one guy wave wants to get out and become a podcast i think that's extremely unlikely but i liked the idea.
"david harris" Discussed on NFL Live
"Maybe athletically david here it is in at the top of his game but he can still be reliable and a quarterback and still well respected and i think by the players also so bringing him in it's almost like he'll get welcome because we saw the good work you did with the new york jets and he was a guy and he wasn't the part scott type that always talked trash about the patriots or anything like that so him coming in he will be welcomed in dont'a hightower i'm telling he's gotta be excited because i played in this system it is extremely complex to play every down and be the signal caller for every down to know the regular down scheme on first and second down in the switch to the exotic packages on third down it's hard so of david harris can maybe help him out on first and second down and then high comes back all right now you can go because i'm coming in on third down because david harris will not see the field on third down unless it's short yardage unless its fourth in short or something like that grasso david harris to help dont'a hightower with the mental aspect of it is is great while you're from a coach certainly loves plucking from division harrison's just the latest continuing from the afc east rival team of course corner stephon gilmore came over from buffalo any fiveyear deal worth forty million guaranteed bell chuck bell check awful score two other bills in mike gillislee chris hogan who signed offer sheets as restricted free agency gave probably surprised the jet scuttled by new raving jeffrey macklin surprised he was cut from the kansas city chiefs wide out told espn's adam schefter i his new them from adam podcast that she said manager john dorsey let the voicemail to man that the team was releasing him.
"david harris" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"As they can so that they can have the top pick if not the number one overall but certainly one of the top picks in next season's nfl draft there are some very good quarterback prospects that are gonna be coming out of next year's draft and and certainly the top one going into the season is possibly usc quarterback sam darn old and that's that's that's what it looks like the jets are after that's what it looks like the ultimate goal is for the jets now you mentioned the timing of releasing those veteran players and david harris in particular is erik dekker he's coming off of an injury so leading decker go earlier while it might have been a kinder thing to have him find an opportunity with another team he at least was coming off of an injury and so i can understand with that one a little more in the case of david harris you're talking about a loyal longtime veteran of this club of the jets who really is your has served the franchise very very well and done nothing but carrie himself in a way that would make the jetson jets fans proud and that doesn't mean they've paid him it doesn't mean that they owe him a lifetime contract but i felt the they did him a disservice and if you're going to release a an on under veteran like a david harris i think you do it early in the offseason so that the give him a chance as a free agent then to tie on with another club at this point he's not e you're releasing him it's gonna it's hard to find an opportunity a starting opportunity it's harder to find money was somebody else i i think it's poor form of the jets to release david harris this late into the offseason and i think it makes mike my cabin and the jets the organization look bad in terms of other veterans and potential free agents down the road i don't think it makes it makes the the players look kindly onto the jets when they do this to respected veterans so i didn't love them i thought it was a poor poor form by than your jet skill to about karl in new brunswick what's going on karl hey laura i talk about your yankees question is are up because the price of the season yup.
"david harris" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That opinion an argument in a vacuum if you come outside the vacuum you convey you make the oregon on the opposite side near the jarred sadeq contract without the jet jetsetting contract with david harris right mario rose six point five million bucks they said i will be wondering sign that contract at eight million dollars is into a game is guaranteed money for the epa we didn't play now oh my god my point is this thority you know like you win the player does it and a lot of people don't i get it but when the team does it to the player paul you move or freight david harris we want you money to stay here no or better yet even though we have a piece of paper that says urity at six point five million bugs where ripley you're not taken hike now we want yeah we're going to blow you away here we're not gonna take less money so yeah i locked part of me and my own my old kinda nfl pa leanings back in the 1980s wants this kid the break desist to get paid wants to get paid but i also recognize that i want to be a part of my team and i want him to be a good teammate now one the be there now it's a really it's a weird it's a really weird situation and it's unfortunate because this kid is an explosive explosive football player there is no question about i should mention something else now too we want bob people down of tv contracts and that but support only from the standpoint of salary caps go up guys make more money at some point that bubble burst in every sport handicaps will come down gaza make less money out of either a lockout or or wall whatever it has happened at some point.
"david harris" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Have cut almost every notable veteran from last season's roster drill rebus i'll just name five mere durrell rivas nick mangold brandon marshall whose traded david harris and ryan fitzpatrick you could make a case that those are the five most important players on the roster this time last year whoa this is going to be rough this is going to be a rough year hang in there jets are learn new okay just imagine if they were rebuilding they are revealed that and that coach told us i mean this is a situation it's getting ugly to the fact that they they have this guy out there practice saying and then they cut him right after is a bad luck is a bad luck and they shouldn't have done that they've clear fifty million and cap space other it's all pointing towards completely trying to rebuild the machine here and and the bummer to me is and i i think about we might have to get keith on at some point this week my dad because a jeff found like me i kid medicate myself with the with the knowledge of all right you're not going to work win the super bowl this year anyway tom brady store on you have a this is a good time to rebuild maybe if you do suck enough you get the first pick next year and or a topthree pick and he could really start a real rebuild so i can punt on the season but then there's jet fence like my dad who just they like to watch their favorite team on sundays in the fall and winter right and just wanna see competitive team out there and i just don't see any way the jets are competitive in games let alone winning games they have the worst roster in the league it looks like and my final comment on this is this is the darkest time i think i organization since 96 when the when one in fifteen off at three and thirteen under rich kotite but back then.