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Cully Stimson: Putin Will Forever Be Branded a War Criminal

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | Last month

Cully Stimson: Putin Will Forever Be Branded a War Criminal

"What do you attribute that to I have heard of various explanations grift corruption and the Russian military people stealing equipment old equipment poor training what do you primarily attribute that to Well you know I served in the navy jag corps for 30 years and just retired this year But I was not a war fighter I was a lawyer of two war fighters but my analysis is based on listening to people who are war fighters and who I respect And I think not only the things that you mentioned are factors in it But they're just not good at combined armed operations I think that was a surprise to the season hands at The Pentagon and retired military analysts that you would think that they would have perfected coordinating air land and personnel moves in coordinated operations even through multiple entry points But they weren't And God bless the Ukrainians and their love of country and their desire to defend their country and of course we've played our part we can debate whether we played enough of a pardon providing them arms And so is NATO But they have just not Putin's folks have not lived up to what we thought was the big bad Russian army And so they were creating they're probably pointing their attentions now towards the eastern Donbass region from all written reports I don't think that means they're given up on Keith and the rest of it And of course they're clearly engaged in a war crimes by indiscriminately killing civilians targeting children women hospitals And so however this thing ends Putin and his ilk will forever be branded a war criminal And that's people can't forget that

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Jags clown Colts 26-11, keep Indy from making playoffs

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Jags clown Colts 26-11, keep Indy from making playoffs

"The the colts colts eliminated eliminated themselves themselves from from the the AFC AFC playoffs playoffs with with the the stunning stunning twenty twenty six six eleven eleven loss loss to to Jacksonville Jacksonville Indianapolis Indianapolis dropped dropped its its last last two two games games won won a a victory victory in in either either one one would would have have put put them them in in the the postseason postseason NFL NFL rushing rushing champ champ Jonathan Jonathan Taylor Taylor was was held held to to seventy seventy seven seven yards yards and and the the Jaguars Jaguars turned turned a a pair pair of of Carson Carson Wentz Wentz turnovers turnovers into into ten ten points points first first overall overall pick pick Trevor Trevor Lawrence Lawrence had had his his best best game game of of the the season season completing completing twenty twenty three three of of thirty thirty two two passes passes for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns once once was was seventeen seventeen of of twenty twenty nine nine for for one one hundred hundred eighty eighty five five yards yards in in a a late late TD TD after after the the jags jags took took a a twenty twenty six six three three lead lead I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"jag" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

04:15 min | 4 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"You kind of got to look at who's putting it together, right? So you can't say that they don't have the bodies because they have more players dedicated solely to special teams than anybody else in the Ross than any other team in the league. Yeah. And like you said, if it's one thing you look at, all right, maybe it's personnel issue. If it's just a punt block, if it's just a field roadblock, sorry, maybe it's a personality. But it's multiple things. So you kind of got to look at who's putting it together. And I'm not saying that means that came accords like a bad coach. He needs to go. You know, special teams court, when he coordinate the offense, he coordinate the offense, right? You know, you're kind of, you got to work on the run game in the past game and this and that. But you're kind of working with one unit. Cam accords working, you know, to kick off unit in the punt unit. That's too completely different units. It's super completely different things that he's working with. Actually, they do have a special team's assistant coach. Joe Houston. So, yeah, I don't know if it's something as simple as he's overworked, but that's kind of what I look at. Special teams is there's a lot of hats to wear when you're those types of teams coordinator. There's a lot going on. I've honestly just side note, I've always been surprised that it's just one of these come in, but yeah, most teams do have like a joke Houston or when Joe judge was a special team's coordinator here at cam accord was his assistant special teams coordinator. So I think the Patriots usually have me. Like, I'm saying if it was me, I would probably have a kick-off coordinator. It just works on kick-offs in returns. I would have three coaches. I would be kick-off coordinator a punt coordinator in a field goal coordinator. And I'd basically have one guy who set on designing both sides of the ball designing the looks for each of those individual units. It clearly clearly guys can do all three. It's been done. I've always been a little shout out to special teams coaches, you know, they do a ton of surprises like that. There's a lot of people talk about special teams coordinators at that probably the best preparation that you can have for being a head coach in the NFL is having a coach special teams because you really learn the entire roster. And you really learn the domino effect of if one of my guys gets hurt, that plays on four or 5 different units. I have to replace it with potentially four or 5 different guys, right? And you kind of learn the entire roster one for 53 and one to 46 on game day and you have to really study the ins and outs of everybody's strengths and weaknesses and beyond your game. Another thing I would throw out there hasn't been the best year for Jake Bailey either. I regret your year for him after the RO season a year ago is that I know J Bailey has been on and off the report. Maybe that's something that is more physical than anything else. But punting is rhythmic, right? Like.

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"jag" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"I think the other thing that I want to make clear, I haven't really mentioned Mac Jones is a problem at all in any of this, right? I really don't feel like he's the main issue or even the biggest issue. Does he have the strongest arm in the world? No, is he somebody that's going to be able to make these tight window throws 30, 40 yards down the field on a rope? No, he can't do those types of things. But I feel like if those downfield opportunities presented themselves more often and with more efficiency, that Mac Jones would hit the throws. I mean, look at they finally get somebody open down the field with Christian wilkerson and he puts the ball right on his hands, right? So I don't think that that's as big of a Mac Jones issue as it is the guys around him. But I think it's exacerbated by the fact that Mac Jones is not a proficient down the field thrower right now at the NFL level that he can't he's not going to take these three guys that are undrafted wide receivers and make it look much better than it is down the field. He's the only deal with what he's working with. Whereas at the short game, I think he can elevate the guys that are around him. So not a Mac Jones problem necessarily. You imagine Christian wilkerson a few times, I wanted to talk about him as well and then the kill Harry discussion to do you feel like you've seen Larry his.

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Titans dominate Jags 20-0, get 1st home shutout since 2000

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Titans dominate Jags 20-0, get 1st home shutout since 2000

"The the Titans Titans picked picked off off four four passes passes and and posted posted their their first first home home shutout shutout in in more more than than two two decades decades a a twenty twenty nothing nothing win win over over the the Jaguars Jaguars Rashaan Rashaan Evans Evans J. J. R. R. brown brown Christian Christian Fulton Fulton buster buster screen screen picked picked off off passes passes from from rookie rookie Trevor Trevor Lawrence Lawrence who who hadn't hadn't thrown thrown multiple multiple interceptions interceptions in in a a game game since since his his NFL NFL debut debut in in September September Lawrence Lawrence also also was was sacked sacked three three times times as as the the Titans Titans improved improved to to nine nine and and four four Titans Titans safety safety Kevin Kevin Beyer Beyer says says it it was was a a satisfying satisfying defensive defensive performance performance seen seen some some quotes quotes and and stuff stuff on on in in the the week week about about urban urban Meyer Meyer sand sand it it you you notified notified it it was was able able to to run run the the ball ball this this is is pretty pretty good good I I felt felt pretty pretty good good going going to to game game seven seven yards yards rushing rushing man man so so we we went went out out there there and and him him right right businessman businessman handed handed the the the the key key that that we we knew knew it it was was gonna gonna have have to to win win the the Jaguars Jaguars it it to to eleven eleven following following their their fifth fifth consecutive consecutive loss loss on on the the ferry ferry

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LA Rams snap 3-game skid, roll over Jacksonville 37-7

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

LA Rams snap 3-game skid, roll over Jacksonville 37-7

"Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford threw threw three three touchdown touchdown passes passes in in the the rams rams rolled rolled over over the the Jaguars Jaguars thirty thirty seven seven to to seven seven Stafford Stafford connected connected on on scoring scoring strikes strikes to to Cooper Cooper Kupp Kupp van van Jefferson Jefferson and and Odell Odell Beckham Beckham junior junior the the rams rams had had lost lost their their previous previous three three games games so so wide wide receiver receiver Cup Cup was was happy happy to to see see his his team team back back in in the the win win column column nothing nothing like like a a W. W. doesn't doesn't matter matter mmhm mmhm you you know know whether whether you're you're coming coming off off of of a a you you know know a a little little bit bit of of skill skill like like we we have have been been or or your your own own role role I I mean mean just just anytime anytime you you get get a a W. W. is is a a big big thing thing in in this this league league Sony Sony Michel Michel ran ran for for a a hundred hundred twenty twenty one one yards yards and and a a score score for for them them that that way way and and for for rams rams the the jags jags have have lost lost four four straight straight dropping dropping to to two two in in ten ten on on the the season season mark mark Myers Myers Inglewood Inglewood California California

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"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"I can't imagine that any other team would have that many MVPs without making the postseason. You know, you think back to Alex Rodriguez winning an MVP with the Texas Rangers occasionally guys who Andre Dawson, I think one one with the cubs when they didn't make the playoffs. But for 5, in that kind of run, that's a great observation by UP K and it makes you understand a little bit more why they went so hard in. I know a synagogue trying to build that pitching. They've been lacking. That's tough for angels fans. Reggie Greenfield and mine has a nice little hypothetical for us. He writes and buster could part of the solution to overly dominant pitching and the lost money during the pandemic, be a massive expansion in 1969, the league win from 20 to 24. So the lead could truly if it wanted to go from 30 to 36 teams now if Major League Baseball charged 750 million per team that's 4.5 billion in expansion fee money, go into places like Montreal and Portland, moving the athletics and raise, you create 8 new markets and make Major League Baseball a national sports league again, divisions of 6 and 6 would work perfectly. What do you think about Reggie's hypothetical here? Reggie, you went way deeper than my brain has in terms of expansion. But you're right, in the years in which expansions come into play, you've seen a pitching performances go down. You've seen offensive numbers go up. I think as soon as we get the next labor deal, you're going to start hearing about expansion. Where they're going to work quickly toward getting the raise and the Oakland situation settled, and once that happens, then you're going to see two expansion teams. And it's going to be for a lot more than $750 million to be my guest. Don Irvine is up next at Don Irvine, Don writes in what kind of stat line would know a synagogue need to have in 2022 to make his signing by the angels success. Oh, he's not gonna throw a ton innings. I'm guessing it's gonna be something in the range of like a 130 innings. I think if he has like A380 RA, you'd sign up for that if you're the angels. I know their perspective is that they feel like they need some high end pitching to go along without tawny. They had a lot of option in the marketplace where it's like number four number 5 type starters. And if synagogue is right, they feel like he could be more like a number of front of the rotation type guy. Matt Spiegel at speeds, one zero two 7 rates in, if there was an award for best overall coaching staff, who would you have voted for this season? Well, if the voting was done at the end of the regular season, you definitely would have to give that to the San Francisco Giants. They won the most games. If we include the postseason, I would vote for the Atlanta Braves. And we've talked in the podcast though, we feel like that is a real weapon for those guys to have such an experienced group of great coaches Ron Washington Rick cranach, the hitting coach. I love south asano. It was a catching instructor, EY, Eric young, none of them a long time. That is a great coaching staff. Elizabeth hart at ehart tweets writes in no one ever even mentioned Charlie Montoya as manager of the year, candidate, but three home sites later, he got the Blue Jays to within one game of making the playoffs. If they were in the NL east, they would have won the division. Why no love for Charlie? Yeah, Elizabeth, you're right. I never mentioned him. I tend to when we talk about the awards they tend to talk more about who I think is going to win it. And I never thought that he had a chance to win it because if there was a winner from the American League east, there was going to be Kevin cash. If that makes sense. You know, I think it was an advantage for dusty baker that the Astros did what they did. You know, Tony La Russa, we talked about because the White Sox ran away with the division. I just didn't see a path for Charlie to win because again, if the vote went to anybody in the American League, it had to go to either to Kevin cash or to Alex Cora given the improvement of the red side. Does that make sense Taylor? Oh, yeah. I mean, he's just in a tough spot. It's a bummer. Yeah. Last one, for today, spends 30 at B spends 30, 32, Spence writes in, what are the reds doing? Can't see Castellanos coming back and they seem to be dumping salary at a time when they should be competitive, frustrating. Yeah, it feels like that bobcat cellini their owner is setting himself up to sort of redo where the payroll is with all these cutbacks and trading Tucker barnhart, you know, moving his salary out, there have been a lot of conversations about whether they'll move a Luis Garcia, Sonny gray, it does have to be frustrating and it doesn't feel like that the reds are doing anything to close the gap on the Saint Louis Cardinals. It feels like that they're just trying to cycle through and look into build the next wave behind guys like Jonathan India. Already, that does it for bleacher tweets, hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter and please follow rate and review this podcast wherever you listen.

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"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:11 min | 6 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"He decides to go with Billy epler somebody knows someone who's got experience in New York. And I think Billy's got to do the same thing with his manager. And buck is the best guy for that. And he demonstrated in Baltimore how quickly he can turn around a team and change the culture. And I think that's going to be really important as they move forward. Last one before you go, give me a quick thought on what you saw in the comments from rob Manfred as we get closer to the potential lockout. Because what I what I read when I saw his comments were like, yep, there's going to be a lockout and he's putting some positive spin on it saying that this is part of the reality that the sport in 1994 95 he's acknowledging that that that's coming down the pike. What did you say? Thank you. I was surprised to see that perhaps, you know, the lockup may affect blue things forward and at any time that there's a work stoppage. I think it's bad even though you may look at 94.95 and think, well, that didn't work very well. So let's try this. I would have and I think he did to some extent. Focus on where our committed to get a deal done by December 1st. That would have been my message and that would be the end of the message. At that point, to send one if there's no deal there we are choosing to extend this window of work opportunity and we're not still talking about the lockup, but on December 1, you could certainly raise the specter up perhaps a lockout may lead to some resolution. I was surprised that lockout came up as almost a way that we can progress through this. I would not have thought that was I wouldn't have been attacked. I would have taken, I didn't like there was a lot of truth. In the fact that he's been involved in a lot of these and he has, you know, he has had his fingerprints on many of these deals to get done. So you could certainly have faith in his abilities, his wishes his desires. But gosh, this is takes two to ten year thing and as much as you have all that history of success and look, I think we all recognize it's not Boris is very involved with the other side. Scott Boris in the end is a deal maker. It may not like the deals he makes. The players that he represents to him to do and the owners probably regret some of them, but he's a deal maker. You do have forest influential and effort as the commissioner. You have people who have a history of making deals. So I'm going to still deal with the optimistic path full. There will be a deal done. And as I said, last week on the podcast, I think as we age towards the end of the month, there'll be some momentum towards it. That doesn't mean it gets done. It doesn't mean there's no work stoppage. But I agree with the pledge that December 1st is really, you know, a hard line, whether it's in the standards and stuff next, you got to really try to get it done then because I think the mentality of the owners, well, if it didn't happen here, it's really we're going to take a break. We're pressing pause and maybe that was the the reason for the lockout reference is supposed to just leaving that on the table and saying, we are committed to a deal December 1. Again, just quickly, nothing would surprise me. A new deal wouldn't surprise me and certainly a lockout will surprise me at all. Yeah, you're right, Carl, as you're describing that, it reminded me of that moment. What was it two years ago when the Yankees and the rays had an issue back and forth on hit batsman? And I think Kevin cash at one point said, yeah, I got a bunch of guys you throw on. Yep. You know what I mean? Yeah. Yeah, I got a whole bunch of I got a stable of horses down there that all 300. No doubt. Right. And that's I think that's what rob is doing with that reference to the lockout and how that might have played out differently 94 95. All right, thanks for doing this. I will talk to you soon. Bigger adviser Happy Thanksgiving, my friend. Bleacher.

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"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:12 min | 6 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"I was, you know, all the periphery numbers on Eduardo are really good. You know, he's a winner. He does win. I think if you watch most of his performances, there is a level of anxiety, if not frustration because there's just so much inconsistency. And it just appeared as if the message to Eduardo, which often was when you work quickly and you throw strikes, your stuff is really good enough to keep you in games and give us a chance to win. And there was so many of the themes where it's not like he was nibbling or missing and when he did, it seems to slow the whole thing down. And it kind of snowballed from there. As far as the ability to kind of battle through a first inning, he wasn't perceived to be that guy. I think he's a, I think he's a great guy as a number three four on a staff. I thought the money and the years were real heavy. That wouldn't be where I would have gone. But boy, you know, when you die a little deeper into it, where are Lucas's numbers? He does have success. Hey, he is a very it's almost like his ceiling is really high and the rest of us for some reason over the years. We're never really able to get him to that level of consistently solid start. All right, so you and I had a lot of fun during the course of the season with the playing off of who wants to be a millionaire by talking about who wants to be a billionaire and giving advice, Steve Cohen, and mets owner about what he should do. So we're going to kind of go off with a spin off of that asking the question who wants to work for a billionaire? And get your advice for Billy epler who's going to be introduced later today as a general manager of the New York Manson wrote a piece that just got posted on ESPN dot com. I talked to a number of executives, most of whom have worked in New York and asked them that question. What advice would you have for Billy epler? And Carl, what so many of them said was and they feel like yeah, Billy already knows this. If you're in New York, don't lie to the media, be direct, be very communicative. And I got back from one. Look, you can't sell this fan base and the idea of a four year plan, which is the length of Billy's contract to rebuilding. Do what you can to win right away because the perception is, look, if you find a way to win in the next year or two, you're a golden, right? They don't have a head of baseball operations. If they go and win the national league east next year, which is a tall order because they're in the same division as the braves, the defending champions with all that great cord that Atlanta does. But if you find a way to win the division next year and the next two years, you're good, you're probably going to be the head of baseball operations after that. And they see a lot more hope in this job than maybe some others who turn down the opportunity to go for it. What advice would you give to Billie epler? I have high stability after the first would be to secure a manager who you are aligned with book line and sinker, heart soul behavior. And for me, that guy's nocturnal Walter. Yep, the reason I the reason I say that is YouTube work together on the baseball front. You are aligned in the players that you want a culture you want to establish. And the second part of that is you immediately continue your relationship with Brian pashman who you have worked with and all you have to do is ask Brian, what it was like to work for George Steinbrenner. With all, I don't know what Steve Cohen and game is with regards to how he wants to be known without knowing him. I don't have the sort of negative stigma that so many people seem to have about him. He's in my I've never seen some of the Steinbrenner esque behaviors. And by the way, as we all know now, there was the other side of George Steinbrenner and the incredibly generous owner and how he took care of certain employees and ones you never expect him to take care of. So I think oftentimes last year, what people say or write about truly knowing the person is a bit exaggerated. I would absolutely go work some I think I trust in myself if I'm building upright to know how to put a team together. I have an order that pledges his desire to win. I go out and hire functional Walter and I know I have a guy who can hear this chip, whatever this shit is not being affected by tweets, et cetera, if that's something that is bringing in our owner and it's going to continue so what? What do I let those things derail me? And I think between epler and somebody like buffalo altered, even when we just saw Ryan sniffer do, given what we've seen dusty baker do given their success that Tony La Russa has had, you know, I'm not saying the pension that has shifted away from sort of young, unproven, analytically driven manager, but it certainly has allowed people to recognize that experience can matter. Something that's managed in New York is a huge value. Now, I'm not bothered at all by Steve Cohen's reputation or anxiety that people are creating in my own head. Kepler hires show Walter talks and observes what he did with Kashmir's time there and off we go. And I get like no, I get let go. I tried I got paid. Move on. I completely agree with you about buck, I think he's the perfect hire for this job for the same reason that sandy alderson who went with the two first timers in the last year with Jared Porter and was Zach Scott and have that blow up in his face..

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"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

07:28 min | 6 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Really do think that objectives. If you look at this, you understand both sides and then you just don't understand either side. Here's the confusing part. When we did him and I did the division series with the brewers, we had already we had heard the same thing. This will come down to whether the braves give Freddy the 6th year. And this feels I hope I'm not speaking out of turn, but if you're asking for an opinion, that feels very agent driven. When we start, and I know I've said this a million times. So we start to talk about 5 years at a 135 million or 6 years at a 170 or 200 I try out of the conversation because fighting over a 60 year when if I'm the player, I love it here. I love the organization. I want to stay here, my home is here. My kids are here, my family's here. If you're going to tell me that I'm going to get into a war about another year when they're willing to give what I've earned 5 years and a 135 million on set for the rest of my life and Charlie's life and my other two children's lives and in their case, I'm done. I can be done here. But there are other players who've gotten a 6 year deal who I think agents agents big are not nearly as good or I'm as good. It's not better than they are. Why did they get it? I wanted. I get it. And then I don't get it. If you're the braves, you're saying so we could have him for 6 years or we can have him for 5 or we really get it again, get into a war about one year. Those things don't make sense to me when you're when you're one year apart from a team and they don't make a lot of sense when you're the player and you are being offered 5 years, and a 135 million. I don't get it. So sure, I think there's a landing area when I always would worry about it. Your son is you've at least opened the door for other teams to come on in. And that's your goal should be never to do that. I don't care whether there's the conversation between the braves and Freddie? Look, whatever's the best offer you get is you come to us and we will match it. But we are going to go down this road with you. As long as you know, you tell me you're willing to give us the final and I think that's always risky. I would never wouldn't have let it get there. So whether it's adding more money to 5 years or throwing in a 60 year option, if invests after, I don't know, claim appearances. But whatever that number is, you can't let others come into your house and start presenting offers. I would be I would be worried about that part of it. Yeah, an agent's one described that dynamic to me is you don't want it to become a competition with a player that you want to keep ultimately. Okay, I'm going to get four deals I want to ask about. Give me your best 30, 45 seconds on each of these. Jose barrios. 7 year deal with a Blue Jays. Great deal for him. 7 years is a long time for a pitcher. I'm not a possibly more than a 5 year guy when it comes to videos, especially with pictures. But I love everything about the player. I know he loves the city and if we just heart back to Freddie Freeman, how do they agree on a 7 year deal for a picture, obviously he wanted that? The team was willing to do it and now they're going to be really happy and I assume it's going to be for four years and then the contract is going to start looking a little bottom heavy. Other agents believe that the deal is light that I spoke with, they feel like that he had a chance to be the premier guy and get the $200 million type deal next winner in my reaction to that is I don't know how you turn down a 130 plus $1 million. No synagogue. One year deal with the angels. What do you think? Yeah. Angels need fixing. There's no doubt about it. I think it's a good risk for them. Obviously, there's a one year deal. You know, I think and I understand that, you know, they offer to qualify and offer you one of the stay there. They didn't want to give them an extra $3 million. I hope no one syndergaard has the year of his life. I hope there's I always root for the sort of a player that says, I want to stay here, but I got other options. We're continuing to save conversation, whether it's about Freeman or barrios or anybody else here it's about cigars. He wanted to stay in New York. The mets weren't willing to meet his demand, if you will, there was another team that got into the room. They offered this. I hope he has an absolute cashier. Yeah. And I agree with you. I thought it was a good risk for the angels. People with other teams did not. My feeling is, where else are they going to get potentially high end pitching? And if you're in the angels, you also know that if he bounces back and let's say the angels again struggle in the first half of the year, guess what? You potentially are going to have a nice trade piece, or you can give a qualifying offer, get traffic compensation, which would mitigate some of the costs for this year. I also don't blame the mets for not chasing that number. That's a scary number. $21 million, and there are other pictures they can chase. Justin Verlander goes back to the Astros. What'd you think about that deal? I was really surprised. I thought I did kind of follow in the footsteps of others that looked at organizations, Dodgers, whatever it might be, Yankees, Red Sox, you know, I think Houston's going to be different next year, given some of the players they're going to lose. And I would have thought that Verlander would have been able to find a team and organization that meets what appear to be some of his requests, requirements, spring training in Florida, near where one of his homes are, but he's not there. I was surprised. You know, one of these teams that are and look, I don't mean to suggest that Houston doesn't believe that they're going to complete for a championship. But I think as I sit here today and assume that Correa is leaving Houston and May the others, that they are not in the top class of today, World Series contenders. And I would have thought Verlander would have gone to one of those teams that would have been considered world serious contenders. I have great faith that earlier is going to have a phenomenal year. I think the innings are going to be limited, but I think he's a fantastic bounce back candidate and I'm surprised he ended up going back to Nissan. Yeah, I thought he was going to wind up with the Yankees. I would say this, what I hear around the edges is that Jim crane, the owner of the Astros making it very clear in his conversations, we are not taking a step back and they feel like they can continue to compete. And Warner Rodriguez gets a 5 year deal with the tigers. The Red Sox choose not to come close to matching that, would you make of that deal?.

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"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:04 min | 6 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Yeah, how many times have you seen these guys who sign these really long-term contracts and there are four or 5 years in and then you hear sources say they're unhappy. So it's to say that they want to get out of the contract, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. All I've ever heard from the Phillies is that when Bryce signed the contract as he said, I think, on the first day it was introduced like he felt like this was like a marital agreement. Like I'm all in. You know, I'm committed to this. He told Scott Boris, look, I don't want to have what was it the no trade protection, right? Or something along those lines. Like there was something built in there because he was like, I want a contract that's going to run through the end of my career. Oh, the opt outs. That's what it was. Not the no trade protection, but he didn't want the opt outs because he wanted to go and when I heard that first, I'm like, yeah, whatever. But then as he's played it, he's lived his words, which I fully respect and the best example that I can give you of what we're talking about in terms of living up the responsibilities being to face the franchise, a Sunday Night game during the pandemic season in 2020, we had the Phillies and the braves in Philadelphia and in the first inning the brave score like 9 runs. I mean, it was a blowout right away. And the producers are like, oh, my God. What are we going to do going forward? We had Bryce scheduled to wear the microphone during the course of the game for like an inning. And we're wondering if he's going to back out of it because it's a complete blowout, the Phillies are going to get destroyed in this game. Not only does he do the one or two innings that he was committed to, but he winds up keeping the microphone in, even beyond a point where he runs into the outfield wall, the earpiece that he had gets knocked out, and he goes back out to the outfield Carl during the next half inning during the break, and he finds it and he's like, okay guys, I'm good to go. And so he was on microphone for like 5 innings of that game through his own efforts and you and I both know that is way above and beyond. It is, it's also context. It's also the perspective. It's also the reality of, okay. It's 9 step. So is there a better time to do this? And what do I have to lose? And here's an opportunity for I don't believe this was his motivation, but it's another opportunity to sell the brand of Bryce Harper as clip guy as not abrasive as as approachable as human sense of humor. We've heard it for a long time with he and Brian and growing up and in Nevada and their childhood and all these things and you can not put yourself in issues, what it was like to grow up with all of that pressure and Sports Illustrated that such a young age, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. You know, I guess another guy that I think of now that we're talking about Harper, face to the franchise, we're in the middle of a Freddy Freeman conversation with regards to what the braves do. They have a lot of ways, you could look at Bryce Harper and what he's become and realize, well, that's exactly what the braves have had in 23, but there's somebody who's willing to stand up. If somebody who does the things the right way, who represents the franchise, who's a family man and that's a priority for many people, others don't necessarily think that's important, but for Freddie and for rice, you can kind of see the similar tracks and it wasn't always that way. You know, Harper was probably more gifted more talented as a player, but now they're running in the same lane as people. And that's a huge compliment to Bryce. And continuing complement to Freddie and why the brave for so many other teams have spent we'll take Freddie. There's so much more than just what he does on the field as a player. And right now, represents, you know, those things. And I'm not surprised that he did that. And I hope as a leader of the Phillies and maybe as a leader in the sport that others look at that and say regular seasons Sunday Night game, 9 nothing sure. I'll take the opportunity and I will say this. You know, for the most part, players I seem to be more amenable to things that they once weren't. And have the leaders always have the best player be willing to do that. That trickle down, which is what the brave said about three men in the World Series the whole time after they're won the whole thing. It's our leaders willing to do all these things and do them on the field and off the field. Well, hell it keeps us in the button and it makes us want to do those things too and hard for us at great example of that. Well, you led perfectly into the rapid fire segment that I want to go through in terms of some of the deals that have happened in some of the deals are being talked about on the Freddie Freeman conversations. It sounds like that, you know, there's a sticking point and a 5th of 6 year bob nightingale was the first to report that the braves extended at an offer of 5 years and a $135 million, which would be $27 million a year in the article. It was written that he's looking for 6 years and $200 million. I feel like and that sounds like a big gap. I don't think the gap is as much as what it looks like in those numbers. I think there's a sweet spot. I think in the end, he winds up being worth more to the braves than any other team. The Texas Rangers are the one wild card where I could see them set them extending themselves in part not only to get a great player, but also to change the culture in their Clubhouse. But I do believe that at some point, and I get asked about this every day by my son, the braves fan who also Freddie Freeman's favorite player what's going to happen and I said, I think the two sides will find that sweet spot come up with some sort of an option or maybe pay him a little bit more for the shorter deal, but I fully believe that at some point they're going to work it out. What about you? Yeah, I do. I mean, look, I.

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"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:05 min | 6 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Of marketing, different colored uniforms, different names on the front different games on the back. Major League Baseball is involved with it. Certainly the NBA may be at the forefront of it. Yeah, they were, there's no doubt that there will be many fans who, look, with all the respect, I still called Boston garden, the Boston garden. There are many buildings that regardless of name change or sponsorship or minus back. You still refer to them as in fact, I heard people still refer to San Francisco's home ballpark as candlestick or as PAC bell or as AT&T. Sometimes they call it Verizon, even though it's never been named horizon. So all these parks with different names, you tend to follow back on the name that you're most familiar with, they will always be people who refer to Cleveland baseball team as the Indians. That's just that's just where we're at and where it's going to be. Yep, you're a 100% right. Let's talk about the MVP voting that was announced yesterday, Shohei Ohtani, look, we talked all summer about why he probably was going to win this award. Because as Joe Madden said, this is a performance. We might not see for another hundred years who knows going forward if he can stay healthy. So he wins, I wanted to talk to with you about Bryce Harper. Because to see his emotions after he won that award yesterday, I thought was really cool. You know, this is someone who's been in the public eye since he was 15 years old. I thought at 22 23 Carl that he had some kind of rough edges of a young person when he was with the nationals, and then what I've heard from all the Phillies people since he went to that franchise was this is a guy who gets it, right? He joined that franchise at massive contract 13 years and fully embraced everything that that team asked him to do. To become the face of the franchise. And so when I saw his reaction yesterday, I thought, you know what? That's really cool that a guy who absolutely was fully invested in all events gets paid off. And has it come to fruition? All of his efforts and way beyond what his OPS was for the Phillies. How about you? Yeah, I mean, look, you know, go back to when you were 22, go back to when I was 22. I didn't have rough edges. I was I could cut people with my edges. It was so bad. This is the benefit of being around these athletes for the majority of their playing careers, which needs a majority of their lives. You know, many of us are lucky enough to start this process, this journey with some of these kids when literally they are 12 years old. Let's look at Cody Bellinger, who sat on a set of baseball tonight and literally World Series when he was traveling. Cody Bellinger still has some rough edges, you know? There's no doubt about it. But would it shock and wouldn't surprise me if in three, four or 5 years, Cody Bellinger is an MVP and his persona is radically different than what I've seen at 12 and at 18 and a 21. Let's see where it goes, but it is the benefit of being a part of it. I want to spend an entire day. Before Bryce Harper, shooting a Jaguar commercial. And I know if I sat with furniture today and did the same thing, the conversations would be different. The attention to certain aspects of the day would be different. The use of his cell phone would be different. I imagine the people that he brought with him would be different. And again, this is maturation. It was my wife and I watched I played, I played the acceptance that he gave last night on my iPad. She was sitting on the other side and said, who is that? And I said, that's price. And she said, after listening to it, is he crying? I said, yeah, no, he's counting. He said, wow, it is amazing, you know, what happens to many men when they get married when they have children and again when they get older? So he's mature at least ripened in a sense, and you know, it's great to see. I think he deserves it. And he looks like he brought up Australian when somebody earns a contract like that. The responsibility is not solely your performance on the team. And many don't understand that. And some really struggle with it and when they don't perform on the field, they tend to regress into sort of a cave like mentality because I'm not doing what I'm paid to do and I'm not gonna listen, you try harder. It kind of spirals out of control. But there are, I think other obligations that come with being the highest paid player on the team, one of the highest paid players in the sport. And yeah, when he was with Washington, the maturity was sort of cunning when he signed that he was Philadelphia. It took another step. And yes, there is a part of being the face of the franchise. There is a responsibility to go over the minor league seals. And there are obligations you have within the community. And, you know, you just realize those, as you get older, and he's he's done a fabulous job and yesterday was, you know, the crescendo of that circle that he's, you know, he continued along. And I'm delighted for him as a person more than I am as a player. I think all the accolades he'll have as a player forever..

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"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"jag" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Was it all good to see this seat? Which is on the mesa. Society agree that concessions. Yeah, I'm extremely happy and I just want to say thank you to all the writers of the BBW that voted for me. My teammates coaches, manager, everybody that was involved including training staff and all the fans that supported me through thick and thin. And also my doctor that performed surgery on. Yeah. So that's the moment Taylor when I wish I had my daughter on the podcast who doesn't really like sports that much, but she's going to be a Japanese professor and I kind of needed that in that initial moment. I thought it was important to get his voice on there and I don't like that he thanked his surgeon at the end. Don't forget that guy. Kept them together. Yeah, exactly. Another MVP chimed in Mike Trout wrote on Twitter. It's been something special to witness what you've accomplished as a teammate. You've put together a season of your own well deserved showtime hashtag MVPs exactly right. Bryce Harper was named national league MVP, he beat out Juan Soto Fernando tsi junior and several others capturing 17 of 31st place votes. He was emotional in his reaction. Here's Bryce Harper. I think all those guys that you talked about, they all have World Series as well. That's the next step. That's the next goal. You want to be in on that platform with your team and your teammates and do that. I'm definitely humbled to be part of that group right now. You know, I don't want to just check off the box and say, hey, I'm good. I wanted MVP in Philadelphia and that's it. I just want to keep playing. Want to keep doing my thing, playing hard, working hard, understanding that we need to be a team that comes in each year, ready to go and ready to work for October. And that's what we need to do. I'm a long ways away from being with those guys are right now. So I just want to keep working, understand I want to enjoy this with my family, my Friends, my teammates, the organization, but ready to go and get to work when I need to start in 2022. He was referring to all the players in the past who had won the MVP award two times. This is his second, of course. First pitch is part of ESPN nation brought to you by Dr Pepper. College football is back. So are the fans. Return to glory with fans ville by Dr Pepper. The one fans deserve. So there are a lot of deals have happened since last time around the podcast. Justin Verlander returns the Houston Astros with a contract. The angels surprise the baseball world a little bit. I know a synagogue to a one year $21 million deal. He of course had been offered a qualifying offer by the mets for 18.4 million. Jose barrios got 7 years, a $131 million from the Toronto Blue Jays. In water Rodriguez agreed on a 5 year deal worth $77 million with the Detroit tigers. Baseball tonight is fueled by Gatorade. Gatorade's proven formula, whatever path you take, greatness starts with G during the general manager meetings last week, Scott Boris, the super agent came out and talked about how tanking is Major League Baseball's competitive cancer. I agree with that. I've been talking about it for a long time like 8 years. I wish the player association had dealt with it back in 2016. And one other note, today is the first day that the Cleveland baseball franchise is officially referred to as the guardians. Taylor, what do you got? Buster, college basketball is officially in full swing, so you should be listening to bald men on campus wherever you get your podcasts. I know Seth Greenberg, Jay billis and lafonda well, they were previewing feast week next week, which is all the little tournaments. I know our guy Carl rabbit, he's gonna be in The Bahamas, calling Maryland games. So they're gonna get you ready to go while you're sitting around at home and watching college shoots during the day. Woj pod also in full force, you should check him out and swaggy and perk our newest podcast featuring Kendrick Perkins in Marcus spears swaggy has been getting a lot of positive run so listen to those guys as you're on your way to grandma's house for Thanksgiving, wherever you get your podcasts. Join house got some Chopra as he explores with Tom Brady is meant to football and the world in man in the arena, a new podcast from ESPN+ and religion of sports. A companion piece to.

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 Jags get better Josh Allen in this meeting, beat Bills 9-6

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Jags get better Josh Allen in this meeting, beat Bills 9-6

"Jacksonville's Josh Allen handed buffalo's Josh Allen with an interception a sack and a fumble recovery in the Jaguars nine six donor over the bills Allen turned the ball over three times twice in the second half he didn't have a second half turnover in any game this season Allen completed thirty one of forty seven passes for two hundred sixty four yards with two interceptions and a fumble in buffalo second loss in seven games all the scoring came on field goals Matt Wright missed three kicks in the third quarter but he delivered on a tie breaking twenty one yard boot with twelve ten remaining as the jags improved to two and six I'm Dave Ferrie

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Jags end 20-game skid with 53-yard FG to beat Dolphins 23-20

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Jags end 20-game skid with 53-yard FG to beat Dolphins 23-20

"The Jaguars twenty game losing streak is over following the twenty three twenty win over the dolphins in London Matthew Wright nailed a fifty three yard field goal as time expired giving head coach urban Meyer and first overall pick Trevor Lawrence their first NFL victories right also hit a fifty four yarder to tight with three forty left Lawrence threw for three hundred nineteen yards and a touchdown as Jacksonville hit in Miami its fifth straight loss since a season opening win to a ton of I. lower was sharp in his return from injury completing thirty three of forty seven passes for three hundred twenty nine yards two touchdowns and one interception in the loss on the ferry

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McPherson makes FG as time expires, Bengals beat Jags 24-21

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

McPherson makes FG as time expires, Bengals beat Jags 24-21

"Evan McPherson kicked a thirty five yard field goal as time ran out giving the Bengals at twenty four twenty one triumph over the Jaguars Cincinnati trailed fourteen nothing at halftime before Joe burrow led a pair of quick TD drives in the third quarter Burroughs twenty five of thirty two for three hundred forty eight yards and a pair of TD passes to CJ is arma Trevor Lawrence ran for a touchdown but the number one pick in this year's draft failed to throw a scoring pass completing seventeen of twenty four for two hundred four yards and no interceptions for the one for Jaguars I'm Dave very

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Florida Appeals Court Rules in Favor of DeSantis' Mask Mandate Ban

The South Florida Morning Show

01:56 min | 8 months ago

Florida Appeals Court Rules in Favor of DeSantis' Mask Mandate Ban

"You put je mask on you. Pick jim ask off. You put your mask back and forth. Shake it all about yet. An appeals court ruled friday. Keep governor to santa's parental mask option. Not his mask mandate or his right band. Not it's not a mask ban. It's a parental option in place. Which means that they can now withhold the salaries of school board members and districts that are requiring face coverings for all students. I would assume at eight o'clock this morning. All of these schools will be served in person with papers find at least thirteen school districts including florida's large sixth-largest. That's palm beach broward. He doesn't he doesn't waste any time. And he's not the kinda guy who just makes some sort of veiled political threat you will follow through. He went to harvard. Su he was a jag attorney and he knows the law and he knows the laws. He wouldn't do this if he didn't think the law was not behind him. Yeah you're right right the double negative all right well and it's the whole cabinet the legislature behind him to they're not messing around with this thing and i'm telling you where's the backlash from parents. I'm sure it's there. It's just we're not hearing from them. Who are so mad at their school board for playing chicken with the school board funding. Yeah it's irresponsible the other thing is that vaccines for twelve year olds. No you cannot do it. Because they don't know what the dosing is right the approval though no it doesn't even have approval they don't know how to dose it but in yet the l. which which is la unified school district. Which one bigger one they just have mandated a vacs requirement for kids. You can't you can't scare. I know exactly what you're saying. So i don't understand the decision. How can you even do that science. Isn't there you can't give a kid the regular amount that you would get no and they don't know how much that is. So my gosh very scary common i i figure it out but i know i got a feeling that are going to figure out quicker the not you

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Don Brown Discusses His New Docu-Drama 'Call Sign Extortion 17: The Shoot-Down of SEAL Team Six'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:46 min | 9 months ago

Don Brown Discusses His New Docu-Drama 'Call Sign Extortion 17: The Shoot-Down of SEAL Team Six'

"Had an opportunity to watch a movie that i can't wait to share with you. I've heard dan brown on the radio before great great great patriot a former. Us navy jag. Officer is the author of sixteen fifteen books including call sign extortion. Seventeen the shootdown of seal team six. This was a a nonfiction military. Expose on which this movie fallen. Angel documentary is based A real joy to welcome don brown to the mike gallagher. Show done first of all. Congratulations on bringing this thing to the to the big screen. This documentary is gonna be available at salem now dot com it's produced by rpm films available on our streaming platform. Tell us all about the documentary. What the event was that. That was such a pivotal role in your life. Tell us about. What kind of questions are answered by the movie by the book by the whole process mike. Thanks for having me again. I've been with you before you. You're the great patriot in his our country. So well This this docu-dramas very very powerful docudrama movie which tells the story of extortion seventeen or stores in one seven as they say military aviation parlance which marked the largest loss of life in the history of the american vomited. The war on terror in the largest loss of life in the history of our. Us navy seals. We lost thirty americans at day including uh seventeen members of seal team six and the one of the great tragedies that most americans still don't know about this we know about other things we know about six frivolous soundbites to the liberal media gives us but thirty american heroes lost in one swoop and we still don't know. The story is a general laughing. In this case to filmmakers students. Fiving carl horse are going to do a great great job of bringing this story to light. There are many unanswered questions. You say. I saw a preview on the big screen in the palm beach area. Friday night there was a dry that in see one very powerful expose story and we hope everybody will go on a salem. Now m and wash this move movie immediately in pass on your friends Avid involved in this case for seven years my book came out of in two thousand fifteen year. Kind of to have you on then. Chur cover lots of up a lot of things in this in this story and and the movie touches on some of that No one moving. The one book can tell the whole story but these men need to be honored and this movie is very very powerful. Thing is a great great steps in next step getting their story out. And i appreciate you for Forgiving some time today to remember them.

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"jag" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

05:11 min | 9 months ago

"jag" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"And houston has either. Tyrod taylor a davis mills. That might be my analysis so not guaranteeing. I'm going to jacksonville. I reserved the right to change my mind but man. I don't know i kind of feel. Jacksonville is going to beat the brakes off them. And that's more a commentary on houston than it is comments to the jacksonville. Jaguars you better you bet. Back in the kostas can barclay wrapping up our three days here talking about now. Denver broncos now ken. I'm going to give you the floor here because while you were off gallivanting on pain pills tweeting about everything in sight well not doing the show. I was busy working. I was busy providing sports betting analysis of the teddy bridgewater news in enter. My take was very simple. Cam bridgewater lowers the hypothetical ceiling. That could have been unlocked. Unintended by drew. But i think raises the floor and i think it takes extreme outcomes out of the way for denver in terms of losses and wins. I think a big step for more likely to over their win. Total this year of eight and a half with teddy under center for a bunch of reasons. I gave out last week so might take pretty much out there already. So really want. You'd empty the bucket because while you were out last week. This is the first time or listeners. Viewers left hear your thoughts on teddy being the starting quarterback in denver so win total rivers eight minus one twenty to the over plus one forty four to make the playoffs plus seven hundred win the afc west. Can your thoughts on teddy in the bronx. Yeah i think and for people who listened very early in the show. I think i gave sort of a miniature version of this. We ended up talking about it when we talked about the denver giant's game in week one and how to play denver this season. But i think it applies to a season-long standpoint as well really defensive-minded head coach. I would argue. Probably the most likely to be fired at season's end probably not during the year. But i think it's kind of interesting underperformed a lot in both years teams. It's a quarterback of consequence a franchise quarterback. I think they're going to play a lot of one score games as a result of teddy being named the starter. So i agree with you kind of in terms of the ceiling floor michael jordan argument about like they just become so it seems to me maybe slightly above average would be a good way to describe denver this season and it also consistently slightly above average. Feel like that's also part of the part of the charm of this team and and why we might be able to make money betting on them or against them. Because as i said earlier in the show. They're they're probably gonna find themselves. Small favorite small dogs and a bunch of games. You lie gave us some of the look ahead For some of those sorts of their first five games we can start there so at the giants at the jags home against the jets home against the ravens at the steelers I believe the spread was under three and three of those five games. At least i think it was three and a couple And we'll see where we closes that against the giants i think jacksonville's rating has a tendency to go a lot a large way one way or the other in the first few weeks as we get more information. But if we're gonna play a lot of project to close games then..

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"jag" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"jag" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"Play video games on twitter. Because i actually have i. I'm like sort of a closet. Twitch not like. I'm not obsessed with it but it is something that i actually have. You probably more frequently than a lot of people. I like a lot of like the video game streams on there to watch also twice a year. The games done quick marathons which are awesome. You know i'm into this as well as speed running. Some will be like mario sixty four and like thirteen minutes. It's insane watch these things so there are two summer games done. Quick and awesome games done quick twice a year there for doctors without borders. And it's like a seven day. Binge twenty four seven of various people who are like you have to understand like these are people who like. Here's a twenty two year old who has devoted a decade to mastering like super mario the lost levels country to or yeah or like you know negative paper boy for gameboy and like that's all he's done for ten years tan like they are one loser or like man you have. You are really good at paperboard. You're really good. And how yeah just the detail oriented nature of these people are just. It's unbelievable but they all play the game at their best at basically they sort of like twenty four seven so definitely watched that twice a year. If there's a new game that's come out that i know i won't have the time to actually buy play like when the final fantasy seven remake came out There are a couple of streamers that gonna play that man. I know i'm not going to. I just no. I'm not going to know. I still haven't beaten cusack like a dragon. I started literally ten months ago. I still have beaten it yet. That's that's really something. I just just not going to have the time so sometimes if if a streamer that i like is picking up that game i'll watch like either afforded version of it like going through some breaks or or just watch them play but at least it'd be like..

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Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall in Louisiana

WSB programming

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall in Louisiana

"Of the most powerful, powerful hurricanes to ever strike the U. S. With 150 MPH winds and, of course, this coming on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Jim Krystle in New Orleans by mid size SUV is being buffeted, rocking side to side by hurricane ideas wins. Streets, which are mostly deserted, are already littered with downed tree limbs and leaves. The rain has been off and on falling in sheets at times low grey jagged edge clouds are racing by overhead. Jim Krystle to CBS News, New Orleans and again. Ida has just made landfall. We're told very different story in metro Atlanta over the next couple of days where we remain

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Teddy Bridgewater Wins Denver Broncos' Starting QB Job Over Drew Lock

The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

Teddy Bridgewater Wins Denver Broncos' Starting QB Job Over Drew Lock

"Starters have been named in the NFL Rookie and number one overall pick Trevor Lawrence will start for the Jags in week one. Teddy Bridgewater will be the starter for the Broncos beating out Drew lock. Since Peyton Manning retired. No team in the NFL has started more quarterbacks than the Broncos, Also in

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20 Slams! Djokovic Wins Wimbledon to Tie Federer, Nadal

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

20 Slams! Djokovic Wins Wimbledon to Tie Federer, Nadal

"Not a jagged edges tough that aforesaid whenever Matteo Derren teeny to claim his six Wimbledon crown the world number one was far from convincing during the three hour and twenty three minute battle but in the end found just enough to bump the Italians pal and win six seven six four six four six three it was his third consecutive win at the all England club and now ties with thirty four year old Serb and twenty career major titles with thirty nine year old Roger Federer and thirty five year old Rafael Nadal is also on track to become the first player since rod laver in nineteen sixty nine to win a calendar year grand slam only needs now is a U. S. open I'm Graham like us

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NFL Fines Jaguars, Cowboys, 49ers for OTA Violations

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

01:11 min | 11 months ago

NFL Fines Jaguars, Cowboys, 49ers for OTA Violations

"Or their O t a practice. What is that deal? I don't know. The story does not explain what's going on the Jaguars 49 years and Cowboys have all been fined. For organized team activity violations OTAs or the voluntary practices that we just had, which a lot of teams canceled. The Cowboys fined $100,000 Mike McCarthy was flying $50,000 Have you told me Mike McCarthy messed up? I believe you Okay, I believe you, but they practice in their fake punch a lot or something. But the school fig podcast. Come on. It doesn't It doesn't specifically say what they what they did wrong. Cowboys ordered to forfeit one Oh to practice during the first week of the 2022 off season, the Jags and Urban Meyer. Yeah, you got to clean it up because his penalties were more severe. Jags fined 200,000 Urban Meyer fined 100,000. They were ordered to forfeit to practices. Well, they were probably in full pads for urban's first Go came in. Line them up. Yeah. Oklahoma drill. Let's go. Uh, the Jag said in a statement that the club is quote vigilant about practicing within the ceiba rules and will re emphasize offseason training rules as they relate to contact. We look forward to the start of training camp later this month and blah, blah,

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As Lumber Prices Climb, DIY-Ers Cut Out the Middle Man and Mill Their Own

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:03 min | 1 year ago

As Lumber Prices Climb, DIY-Ers Cut Out the Middle Man and Mill Their Own

"The price of lumber has more than doubled over the last year so concern consumers with home improvement projects are looking for ways to save. One of those ways is extreme. Do it yourself. We're talking about milling your own lumber. Emily swing reports from anchorage. Hans styles spent the winter building a sawmill from scratch in his garage. Water saw mill. I can make a lot of stuff with it. They also need to learn how to weld. Dow sawmill is about half the size of an upright piano today. He's cutting dozens of boards to build garden boxes. I he rolls a nine foot log into place and then was born the ear plugs. Because it's kinda loud then. He fires up his mill guides jagged metal blade through the long dow spent three thousand dollars to build a sawmill. He'll save thousands on future projects a shed and a bench maybe a dresser

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These Broadway Shows Are Selling Tickets for September Return

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

These Broadway Shows Are Selling Tickets for September Return

"Is still shut down, but some shows have tickets on sale for early September. Scott Pringle reports. There's no set date for the return of Broadway. However, the musical's jagged little pill ain't too proud and life and times of the temptations all showed ticket sales starting September 7th the musical Chicago even as an August 2nd tickets sell date, Mayor de Blasio in the city's top doctors have expressed optimism for the industry returning in the early fall. Not currently profitable for Broadway theaters to reopen under current covert capacity rules.

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Shaquill Griffin exits Seattle Seahawks, heading to home state Jacksonville Jaguars

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Shaquill Griffin exits Seattle Seahawks, heading to home state Jacksonville Jaguars

"Losing a Pro Bowl defensive player to Jacksonville. Here's Bill 48 Pass breakups and 16 picks in four seasons playing corner for the Seahawks. Play action, again by Shaquille Griffin, A person familiar with negotiations says Jacksonville and Shaquille Griffin have agreed to a three year contract worth up to 44 a half million dollars, including 29 million guaranteed. It's the most significant move for Jag's new head coach, Urban Meyer. When brother should keen Griffin, also a free agent could be leaving Seattle to join the Jacksonville team.

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2021 RevTech Survey Results with David Elkington

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

03:57 min | 1 year ago

2021 RevTech Survey Results with David Elkington

"Or either everyone welcome to digital conversation inside host. Billy bates joined by david wilkinson chairman jeff phones and we'll be talking about the rebecca benchmark survey that we did in conjunction with the rope. Texoma last month. Dave extra data to do it was a super interesting study given. We're going to be blown away with findings yet. I think it's really interesting. Human doctoral roy did the mit study probably a decade ago. Now were together on putting this together for us So what was the objective with the study and a little bit of african doctoral great and i did a study looking response times on on. How quickly leads go cold. And so we had. I've been a lot of work together. He was teaching at mit. At the time. I think subsequently he's been at several universities teaching locally river secret. Byu so came to us. And said i'd like to actually analyze what's happening in the market around technology that supports this new growth title right so the one thing you shared with is there's a new title essential emerging in the market around growth rate growth revenue marketing revenue growth marketing title. Cheap doesn't said. Hey let's do a study to see what's the technology that supporting that more importantly i think what we're trying to understand was is it. Silence today was becoming the same thing. Let's kinda dig into a little bit of what we found before. Sure some of the methodology. I've got some notes is people doing. This went to the right or to the left. They'll know what i'm doing but the attended the we actually had a shockingly large number of respondents. We had almost nine hundred respondents survey today. That's that's a crazy number honestly yet. The reason we were able to to get such a large number is this was tied to your event Everyone that registered had the option to take the survey took anywhere to five minutes depending on how detailed you want to be But we went through. We were asking. Okay what are you guys use in the jags revenue technology. We broke it down the do of what we thought were the top ten. Kelly works and the findings were really interested. So yeah the categories were. We were looking. Well i think i have it here. Kind of standard categories. You'd expect so yes. See our marketing. Automation email marketing. Seo comes marketing compensation the usual stuff web optimization solution. Diligence sales may our sales automation like his aunt outreach. That's right and i think you'll see here soon. There's of the study. It's about probably seventy pages pretty pretty groovy study and there are fifty six charge. Ten of them are just the results of the questions. Eleven analyze the technologies used by region nine analyze based off the company size ten analyzed by industry and then ten really digging digging into what combinations are effective so again. The court rejected was to say what's happening in revenue related technology. And the kind of just hit that the key finding what we found was the revenue for sure. These technologies are being bundled together. You're using sales. Marketing technologies are no longer separate silos. Were seven and begin to intertwine and we call them couplings. There's lots of a revenue supporting technologies. That are both on the marketing side and sell

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Jaguars split with accused racist strength coach Chris Doyle

CBS Sports Radio

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Jaguars split with accused racist strength coach Chris Doyle

"Head coach Urban Meyer and company released a statement saying the franchise failed to properly consider the impact of the higher Jags director of sports performance. Chris Doyle resigned last night just hours after the team was criticized for hiring Doyle. Was accused of making racist remarks and belittling and bullying players during his time in strength coach at Iowa

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"jag" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"jag" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Grogan Dave Dave is a retired, Navy Jag, officer and very very well published author so Dave. Tell us a little bit about the entrepreneurial aspects of writing a book whether we're talking about over the break is. From previous authors is. Sometimes you if you can talk to a book agent time like what kind of books I'm looking at writing books about this this and this. What's the best way to frame those books in toes? What kind of books you're looking for to? What kind of books are selling you? What? How can I frame this? reframe that if you knew ahead of time? What book agents are looking for? It can really help you define exactly the approach. You'RE GONNA. Make reading reading your book. She can talk a little bit about that. Yeah Sure Joe? So. First of all you know. If? You can get an agent. That's an extremely important thing so if you know some agents, or you have the ability to talk to some agents that's fine, but recognize that agents also specialize in particular areas, so there are books that you can get or online search tools that you can use you wanna try to talk.

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"jag" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"jag" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"For the jags jags. lane tonight against the Titans chili Ramsey expected by now this comes days after not only was he not only was he angry with the coaching staff not only was he on the sidelines a very vocal with Doug more on the head coach but afterwards we find out that he demanded a trade he is let the team know that he wants to be traded remember we heard from him that he particularly did not leak that story the Jack did now I always look it who leaked this story to trying to ask myself who benefits from. and in the league said we heard anything that makes daily Ramsey seem less valuable. have we heard any so like if your argument is you know what the raiders were contacted and they want to trade for jailing Ramsey so they're going to leak this story why would they do that and Lester trying to lower the value if you do that you link it with a jailer Ramsey wants out and he wants a massive deal that nobody wants to pay for now you're hurting jailing Ramsey's value we haven't heard any of that the only thing we've heard is that the jags want more and more and more the only thing that's happened since the story was lead is the price seems to have gone up so the only benefactor for the leak that I can find is the jacks is an agent told me years ago when you want to know where the leak came from figure out who benefits seems like the league benefits the jacks. with that mindset I can't figure out why they're playing in tonight. they're playing in tonight on a Thursday night game on a short week against the Titans I know they're playing in because frankly he's one of the best players and with him they stand a better chance of beating the Titans I get it. but what the repercussions the possible repercussions from this on and off the field there's two sides to it number one. what happens if governor desert you never want to play football with what ifs but how often have we seen a player's famously locked out of the practice facility one if when they find out they're going to be traded I'll go back to Steve McNair who was a legendary Tennessee Titan when you went to practice and the doors were locked no like no not you we're trading in. I mean they don't even want you in the facility to lift the weight because they know that you're headed out they don't have to pay the injury so if they intend to trade jailer Ramsey why would they put him on the field. and then the other side of it is what message does it said can we all agree at this point the jags are no longer who we thought they were going to be right this defense from two years ago that looked like it was going to be eighty five bears were the year in and year out it turned out to I don't know this year particularly play have has a lot of bad angles slot a bad play thank you indication that a lot of big talented personalities that is supposed to be incredible. they all look like they they they if we were doing video game football you'd want everyone of them all mad. but it's not turning into any level of team success and now you have jailing Ramsey going off on the coach on the sideline and that same coach is going to put him in the game. what message does that send to everybody else in the locker room I mean I get star players get treated differently I understand that but this message that's a strong one. I just want to get done around it is best I mean he did his best here this sort of I mean listen you know every every married guys ever heard is not what you say is how you say it right. listen to what he's saying but also I don't know for me for my money listen to the tone of how he's a it and see if you were in that locker room if you buy into the thought that Doug Marone who go to the jags in jail in Ramsey I really sat down and and had to come by section. I've.

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"jag" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jag" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jag says he's also been in regular contact with the NRA and focusing on mental health his own daughter serving as a bridge between the White House and Congress she's making phone calls to people on both sides to really try to find a compromise in his other ear is his son Donald Trump junior who is in no on gun enthusiasts you can imagine you know the arguments that he's presenting to his father and on top of that you know he has a lot of groups talking to him and he is always cognizant of what his face is thinking a company that is supposed to train guard said Florida charter schools is found to be not up to snuff according to an analysis of a private firm hired to train school guardians of Palm Beach county charters there were a number of deficiencies including students being passed for firearms qualifications with scores lower than what's required by law and some students failing that portion of training with document stating they passed sheriff's office won't certify the guards is qualified to lead to be retrained meanwhile deputies are protecting kids a charters in Palm Beach county for the first sixty days of school as part of a contingency plan put in place in case of any problems I'm Jill mountain a teenage girl in central Florida is under arrest today police say she threatened to shoot up a Catholic school in this report CBS is they're expendable says the sixteen year old used her younger sisters phone to send a text to a group chat it is it true we're now facing felony charges so this is definitely not a joke can you just imagine having that on your record so parents we we we encourage the parents to talk to their kids these parents in this case have evidently told.

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"jag" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jag" Discussed on KTRH

"Today's show if you stayed on in you listen to show the entire time we're gonna talk about socialized medicine that was something that was huge during the debates the Democrat debates that were really debates they really were more than anything just big billboards for what their platform is the Democrat party capitalism what is the reality of cap was more to talk about that any indoctrination where does this start how did it how is it that young people believe in socialism how is it that old people now believe in socialism and they're ignoring the communist threat how is it that it is deep into our military into the jag corps but here's the problem I don't think you will realize why this is important for you I don't think liberals realize I don't think conservatives realizing I know if you listen to me you know that I don't like the terms liberal and conservative why do I not like those because they tend to pull people away from effective decision making the reality is liberal and conservative or ideologies and you may say yes why listen as I am a conservative person you may have conservative values you may actually have a conservative liver very conservative life you may be very liberal in your values what I find when I go around the country now talk to different people liberal and conservative they that that that's the way that they define themselves what I find is that when we talk about effective solutions they actually are are a very common ground.

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"jag" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jag" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"And I do think that can be an offense that really pleased Alvin cook strength. So. Where do you have him right now in your projections? Actually, let's see here. I have cook coming in at holding up as talking to you right now. So place a music in the back of two hundred sixty four carries just under twelve hundred yards. Fifty four catches for one yards that works out to Rb twelve in the projection. So right in that, you know, David Johnson Joe mix and for net Nick job sort of range. Devante freeman. That's that's about rifles. Yeah. I mean, I think that's that's higher. The maybe they know a you might think about the running back. If you would just ranking them, you know, in terms of broader fantasy football production off the top of your head. I don't think could be that high. But I mean, I absolutely see that he can have that role offense if things break, right? And you mentioned actually someone wants to talk about who was Leonard for net. How do you feel about the Jags and other teams who were low in terms of scoring last season? Are you other particular teams that your high on terms of expecting them to improve? And are there any players who you think are uniquely positioned to benefit from you know, any. Pop possible positive aggression towards the mean. Yeah, I definitely think we should see more scoring from the cardinals and Jags again just like we talked about with the chiefs earlier. It's kind of the opposite. Right. If you look at the offenses that have struggled at have been under one and a half touchdowns per game over the past decade, you see a pretty nice leap of across the board without getting too into the numbers. You know, they they leave pretty significantly. So that suggests that the cardinals and Jag should be better. And it makes sense, right? What are the odds that you're going to be at the bottom of the NFL scoring years? You just don't see that. I'll also a big big scheme change for the cardinals offensively coming and it could be a quarterback change there too. Depending on what they do with that. I pick the Jags bring in Nick foles who do have some reservations. But you know, they want to run the ball. And he's certainly upgrade on what they had last season..

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"jag" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jag" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

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