6 Burst results for "Dewan Jones"
"dewan jones" Discussed on ExtraTime
"To Bruce arena after the match, when he did go down, he said, you know, it's a devastating loss, but we got players that can step up and we've trained them for these moments. They're ready. They've got the game match experience in these ten matches. So I still think supporters shield is still in their destiny even without barrel. I think it's going to be difficult for sure. But I love this website. I think we probably all think there's still one of the top 5 teams in MLS. But four days ago, I would have had them near the top of that list. I think I have them near the bottom that Brock terrific came off the bench. He had the assist. Right. I think it puts a lot more pressure on dewan Jones and Brandon bye. That's pretty much all your creativity and with now that doesn't come from heel comes from those two. It makes them more, it makes them one dimensional. It takes away as you have said, the different options. I'll say less dimension. Last dimensional. Those dimensions are still as we say, better than most MLS teams. And I will say, on the timing, it got them through Gustavo Bose, whatever, right? He wasn't on the team the first few weeks he was still in Argentina. He still working his way back. He's given them a few match winning moments. He is now their other special piece. Carlos heel has gravity, you know he's gonna provide every game. What Dylan barrero gave was another guy that you had to shade over towards that you had to track that you have to worry and can pop up. The young players I worry for the academy guys on that consistency, like they're not gonna be able to do it every week, like a boreo was capable of, but I think now if you get Gustavo both closer to his form and veroni has now scored a couple of goals, I think there's more pieces right now than if this had happened a month or two months ago.
"dewan jones" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Any event off I go into the private sector practice law for 30 years went out to California, moved back to California to build and open the Richard Nixon library. And then I served on a bunch of government agencies while practicing law, the air quality management district, the California arts council that Orange County children and families commissioned 17 years of doing that. Meanwhile, I was building the media career first on KFI a.m. 5 60 and then over on KCET doing 5 nights a week of television and then on both when I opened up this show in July of 2000, but generally shemo one week later, Adam joined us, the three of us are still rolling along. Although Duane is significantly smaller than he was back then when we started, general issimo was probably 270 pounds when he started, but he slimmed down now to a hundred and 90. Never two 70. Well, my PhD weight loss dot com is a great sponsor of our show. So I was just giving them a little bit. They may have kept me from eventually getting there someday, but I was never that big. How big did you get? The most I ever weighed was two 50. All right, so you're at one 90 now. So you can drop 60 pounds American. Dewan Jones drafted by the browns, is coming in at three 80. And I think the browns ought to call up 8 6 four 6 four four 1900 bats 8 6 four 6 four four 1900 and have dewan enroll in my PhD weight loss dot com. Not to be confused with. That young man has got to get down to 300 and three 75. No, more like two 65. 360 five, but he's a giant. He was called a human orca. His nickname on the Ohio State buckeyes is big Thanos. That's how big that man is. That man is not the average. Not the average size sandals, but the big Thanos. The big Thanos. Extra actual large big Thanos. I don't know where he gets his clothes, but he's a wonderful kid. And I hope he does. We also got Luke whitler. It was a great draft. On your diet this weekend? I did. If he snaps his fingers as half the O line disappear? They do. And it's just a great, he's a great addition as it look whipper. My PhD weight loss dot com barrel. Listen up. Get all your people. I ran into my friend, Jim. And Jim operates many weight loss in Virginia. It's a an in person medically supervised weight loss. And I was talking to him. He got hundreds of people going to him. And that's great. I love Jim and I love metal weight. It's a down on van dorn in Alexandria. He is running a great weight loss program. I told him my PhD weight loss dot com 8 6 four 6 four four 1900 has become a major and people are just using it because it works. It's not chemical. It's not, neither is gyms, it's just a wonderful way to do it. And so brown's go call them. Let me go back if I can to my bio. That's Dwayne. He's the producer. After practicing law and broadcasting out of California from 19 from 2000, nationally syndicated show began in 2000 July 10th of 2000 at the same day as my anniversary to the fetching misses Hewitt, whom I've been married 40 wonderful years. We were requested by Salem to move back to the beltway, Bill Bennett was retiring from the morning shift, and I said, I'll do more in drive in and you betcha, I'll do morning drive. Meanwhile, I'm still teaching at Chapman university law school. I'm awaiting the final exams. I can hear the screams from here. I got out of town when they see that exam. My Kamala wanting chrome law two students. I've been teaching at Chapman since the doors open in 1995. And I don't practice law anymore except for friends and family. I do maintain my licenses, but I'm not practicing anymore. I am just teaching. And doing this program and being on special report tonight and writing for The Washington Post. And maybe I'll write another book. I don't know. I'm going to talk to Tom Spencer regnery about that today. Because I got an idea for a book. I live in the beltway now, and I escaped to California for a couple of months of sunshine. I go up north and hang out with my brother at law and sister in law and my wife for a couple of months longer this summer because New Hampshire beckons the campaign in underway as I will tell you. I've written 16 bucks. I write weekly for The Washington Post. All I do is talk and write..
"dewan jones" Discussed on Ultraflex Football
"Rasheed. The jump ball specialist, right? Yep. He had some freaky jumping numbers at the combine. 41 inch vertical, right? Yeah, I want to say you had the highest of the combine, but I think it definitely did. All right, Ryan and I are going, oh, lineman here at the end. What do you got? Well, I'm going to take the guy that rob was afraid to. I'm going to go dewan Jones because he took the guy that I wanted. So I'm taking the giant planet tackle guard. He's too big to be a guard, right? That's my tackle. He's my right tackle. All right. Rob, how big is Tyler Steen? Tyler Steen is. He's a pretty big boy. 6 foot 6, 321 pounds. His arms are a little short, though, 32 and three quarter inch. Too big to be a guard. He's got T. Rex arms out there. He has wingspan looks like it's one of the two or three lowest of the tackle class. Haiti and a half. All right. All right, well then I'm gonna push him into a guard. He already played with Bryce young at Alabama, so you know he can look over him. And then
"dewan jones" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"I'm going to go over in Philly and I just think the eagles are so ahead of the curve constantly on when to move on from people, especially quarterbacks and coaches, but other players too, and it felt like the run it back mentality this year. And I guess, you know, you would do that no matter what, if you were a GM, but it seems like they focus so much on resigning, you know, a 32 year old Darius slay 35 year old Fletcher Cox, 34 year old Fletcher clocks, 36 year old Brandon Graham, you know, 36, 37 year old Jason Kelsey, 36, I think. And I'm not saying it can't be good, to understand how incredibly fortunate that you were to have those guys for as long as you were. And yes, they're huge from a culture standpoint. And I know that's part of Jeffrey lurie's thing, right? You want, in between regimes, you want to carry over that culture and that expectation. These are all guys that I could see working for the eagles when they're done playing without a doubt. But did you want to make the sole focus of your off season? Not sold, but primary focus of your off season, spending short term top dollar on guys like this when Jalen hurts took a big step in the leadership department last year. And I think that this was the off season to kind of hand off some of that and put some of that onto his plate. I'll be interested to see what happens once they get hurt signed. And what this looks like, not, I mean, because this year they'll manage them. I'm sure they'll do a deal that has a massive signing bonus that keeps his number manageable this year. Like what I'm interested in is what this is going to look like. Next year, and like you said, is this the time to sort of turn the page? And you saw that in a couple of spots. I do think one of the things that Howie is best at is drafting a year ahead, right? So they let javon hargrave go. They drafted Jordan Davis in the first round last year. They let TJ Edwards go. They dropped into Kobe dean in the top hundred last year. So you see where they had some guys ready to roll. Even cam jurgens, I think, is ready to be their starting center if they were willing already to move on from Jason Kelsey. So I think what you want to look at with the eagles is you mentioned all those guys. You mentioned the slaves, the clock coxes, the Brandon grahams, the Jason Kelce, even lane Johnson, lane Johnson's older now, are they starting to, are they going to spend their draft capital this year? Because remember, they have a top ten pick. They have two first rounders. Are they going to spend their draft capital this year to work a year ahead on replacing some of those guys? And are we going to be able to see them telegraphing the end for some of those older guys? I think that's going to be really interesting to watch. Because I think that would make what you're talking about a little bit more understandable. Yeah. So overall, which team do you think had the best performance? To me, it's a tie, I like what the bears did and I'll fight anyone that says it was a bad idea to sign two off ball linebackers because I think that Ryan polls was smart, not digging in. Like you needed defensive tackles. I know that. And bears fans I hear you. But you're going to pay $22 million for a 30 year old in this market at the top of the market or you're going to get a 25 26 year old inside linebacker who in Maddie flew his defense can probably do just as much damage because he mixes up his front 7 so well. A two thirds of that cost, the guy's 5 years younger, I loved what they did. I thought they had and then to get DJ Moore in there to bolster the confidence of Justin Fields by dawdling with the first overall pick trading it, you know, saying we're here and I'll pause here because you had a good anecdote that you wrote about and kind of this has been in the works for polls for a while in terms of making Justin Fields feel like part of the process. Yeah, like so like last year he brought him in a draft room. And I think he knew that there was going to be a lot of buzz about like, are you helping Justin or are you not helping Justin? Are you in on Justin or are you not in unjust? And so he knew that was coming and he anticipated it and he said, why don't I bring Justin Fields into the draft room and he brought him into the draft room and he explained to him how his board works and so what Justin Fields is sitting there on Thursday and Friday and Saturday of the draft and the bears I believe didn't have a first round pick because they'd used it to try to field the year before, right? So when he's sitting there on Friday night watching the draft and seeing who his team is taking, like he has an understanding of why they're doing it, right? And why we're not taking a receiver with one of our two first round picks and why we're not taking an offensive lineman with one of our two first round picks. So I think that that was that sort of set the stage for this year where it could have been a real problem that he didn't just flat out say to Justin, you're our quarterback. We're trading the pick. It gave him flexibility to be honest and open with Justin because Justin trusts him now. You know, so I thought, I thought that was, I thought it was an interesting way to look at it and, you know, Ryan told me, it was really informed from his time with Alex Smith and Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City at how open anti Reed had been about been with Alex Smith about how much they liked Mahal was before they drafted him. And then how they let mahomes in on some of the decisions that they made over the last few years. Yeah. I think we all wondered when they got the number one pick where this was going to go. And I think that he has come out of there as damage free as you possibly could have hoped for a GM in that spot. You know, Justin Fields doesn't feel chided. The team doesn't feel in the dark, the fan bases and confused. And you're not doing what maybe Jon Gruden did a couple of years ago, right? Where you have Derek Carr sitting there and you're at Kyler Murray's pro day and you're not really communicating with anybody, you know? And making a guy feel a little bit left out, you know? Yeah, absolutely. This is going to sound like me taking a layup, but I do like what the chiefs did. Like I think the investment in protecting Patrick Mahomes and the investment that you continuing to kind of pour resources back into it. And building yourself flexibility for the draft. They take Joan Taylor and the plan is to play him at left tackle. But what they're saying is, is we think he can play left tackle. We know he can play right tackle. And now with the 31st overall pick, if we take another tackle, which would further solidify what we've got in front of him for the next 5 years or so, well, now we don't have to focus on chess finding a left tackle. So they built flexibility where it's like, you know, maybe they take the kid from Oklahoma or they take dewan Jones from Ohio State or Darnell Wright from Tennessee who are right tackles by trade. And so I think like it's like another example of Brett veach and Andy Reid looking at it and saying, let's just build ourselves flexibility going forward. And you know, I just think you continue to see them looking at things and kind of like trying to solve problems creatively. And now instead of being in the year to year situation with Orlando Brown, which they weren't getting Orlando Brown for the D I mean, people sometimes look at it and say, well, why didn't they just sign Orlando Brown? They weren't getting Orlando Brown for the deal that the Bengals got them for. There's too much water under the bridge. But they were able to think creatively here. Look at it creatively. And solve a problem that way. I think was really, really impressive. And it puts them in a position of strength going into the draft now where we saw how well they drafted last year, 9 of the ten guys they drafted were active for all three of three playoff games, which is wild, like stuff like that generally doesn't happen. They've really positioned themselves where they're going to have some options in the draft to continue to invest in what's around their young quarterback. The other three teams that
"dewan jones" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Unfair. Yeah, she's gorgeous. Okay. This day in sports history, Lance call for phone calls. The hand size of debt. This is huge, Dan. No pun intended. That's a hand huge. The highest hand size measurement in the past decade. In combine history has turned in by dewan Jones offensive tackle from Ohio State. He's from Indianapolis. He's a senior he's 6, 8, three 74. Longest arms of the draft, by the way, as well. Let's play guess that hand size. For dewan Jones, the good offensive tackle, very good. Let me start with Todd. 10.27. Not even close. No. No. See, no counter. 11.5, all right? Hold on. Now 11 5 would be 11 and a half. Okay, just checking. 11 and a half. Marv. Go 11 8. 11 8. 70 8 tenths of an inch. Okay, 11, and 8 tenths of an inch. I'm gonna go 11 .4. Seat and winds closest to the hole. 11 and 5 eighths inches. Wow. Let's go. All right? Congratulations. Let's go. Big hands. Yeah, I don't know if it matters for an offensive lineman. Right. Well, for holding. Yeah, they're going to have a lot of holding here. Damn it. Do you think he'd be blames his hands? Like they're just too damn big. Getting cold for holding. Sean and D.C.. Thank you for that hands update. Of course. Hi, Sean, what's on your mind today? Hey Dan, I got a trivia question. For you and the boys based on one day, the second me topic. If you got a few minutes, but not a few minutes, but let's make it run on it. What are the two busiest time of the year for a doctor for scheduling a vasectomy? The two busiest times of the year. Okay. Pauly, you got an answer. Yeah, it's coming up next week. It's Valentine's Day. It's always mid march around March Madness. I know that's one of them. Okay. I think that's right. I think is that correct, Sean. One of them. Okay. That is correct. That is one of them. Think about it. How do you answer the next weekend? Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Labor Day? No. Avoiding Labor Day. It's a tradition like none other. The masters? The masters that we can know the masters. Okay. Three days under three days, I'm just aggressive. My question to you is, with those two things, what would you rather have? Completely to yourself three days alone, the weekend of the masters of the first week of an NCAA tournament. When I get to sit there sitting on a bag of frozen peas, I'm going to take the masters. A tradition unlike any other, yes, please. If I could get four days unbothered by anybody watching Nancy tournament, I would give up any limb. I could have vasectomy. I can't reverse. I get it back. Four days? Sure, really? Yeah, that first round just game after game after game. It's pretty good. That's one of the best sports days of the calendar. Pretty good. We take house arrest with that. I knew a guy who married got divorced, got a vasectomy, got remarried, got it reversed, and when there's new wife and then had a couple of kids. Good grief. I know. I don't know what the reverse is. But it feels like there's a lot more involved than just the vasectomy being reverse. It's not like a nozzle. It's got to be some cutting and tasting. It's more nozzle like I guess than we think. Turn that spigot off, turn it back. This day in sports history. What do we have there? Not going to compete with that. New York Yankees in 1930 signed Babe Ruth, you've heard of him. Overrated. Too soon. A $160,000 for two year contract. 1954 to end for the load management people. The Milwaukee hawks and Baltimore bullets NBA teams play the first double header in NBA history. Two games in one day. Now they play two games in four days. Joe Frazier in 1971. But I think, I think, on that double header, the score was the same for both games. Find out tomorrow. I could be totally out of my league on this, but I think when the bullets played the hawks in 1954, they played a double header against each other. I think the score was the same. But I could be wrong. What else do you have? Anything else? Yeah, did you know that on this day in 1954, the bullets and hawks played two games? And in those two games, the back score was exactly the same. The final score, 65, 54. Okay. Correct example. Okay. In 1971, Joe Frazier retained his heavyweight title by defeating Muhammad Ali in a 15 round decision. It was Ali's first loss in 32 professional fights. Yeah. That was a big deal. That was a big, big deal. I remember white America felt like it was rooting for Joe Frazier because Ali was this loud, this boisterous draft Dodger. I mean, there was so much involved in. I remember that battle lines were drawn on something like that, but Joe Frazier beating Ali and stopping at 31 fight winning streak. Todd, what did you learn today? Ryan leaps as Joe burrow Lamar Jackson and Justin Herbert will ask for and get $230 million guaranteed. See no Connor. Alone, huh? It's pretty good for Ryan and Honolulu. Marv. Ryan leaf gets his car fixed right over here. 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"dewan jones" Discussed on ExtraTime
"Than it was last year. I would be shocked if they finished as low as they did, which is what all those numbers are. That with Carly seal and the team, and with the spin that they have on the boreas of Veronese, I mean, even the bows and the outdoors of the world. Josie is a whole lot, we can't even. I told you it's a train wreck, man. It's a train wreck. That center forward depth chart is a nutty right now. All right, let's get to our top 5s and hit the mail and get out of here. We're gonna chop these down a bit. Well, I'm gonna sign you left back because it felt like you had a pretty good idea where you were going with that one. Give me your top 5 left backs. We had Kai Wagner to start and then you had three guys order them. Okay, so you want the top 5 left backs in order. Yes. One through 5. I would probably go Kai Wagner, dewan Jones, Andrew Gutman, John Tolkien, then I think I would take Raheem Edwards. Which is tough because I'm leaving off DACA palacios. I'm leaving off. Marco, who had a really good year last year for Dallas and is just miles better defensively than Edwards or palacios, but what Raheem did last year for that galaxy attack while still holding up and being pretty decent defensively shouldn't be overlooked. So I think he's my, I think he's number 5 on my list. Adam one quist was in our short list, cardio bravo, Dan lovitz, as well, then there's a crop of new dudes, Colorado's got their Australian guy. We're just, you know, we're going generalities to start. Miami's got negri, D.C. went and got the Iraqi international from Scandinavia, Orlando got the Brazilian Santos, Brian Vera, one of three brians for RSL, but he's a Colombian with a big resume trout go in San Jose. We didn't see a ton of him last year, Peruvian international. He can't see a libel, Toronto got I'm just going to say another Italian and St. Louis it goes and gets Pedro Bosnian international as well. So some good talent coming in at left back. You like that? That was an example. He started. He started the show with moody and then he ended the show with that, which is like even more British than moody. You know what? I was really in my Wheelhouse there with that list. All right, not on top number 9s. The last Tati we lost books off our list last year. I made an executive decision and put chicharito number one and you guys. How much would you bet that he's even number one on the galaxy this year? I love chicharito. I had him best 11 last year, okay? I had him on the best 11 ahead of Jesus Ferreira ahead of Brenda Vasquez. If he's healthy, he is still that guy. But he's on it. Put it this way.