17 Burst results for "Michael Rocco"
"michael rocco" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"That is a sit well with me at all. Aw what a sucker you are sold you mean. I'm like salesman sold your i do. Is i gotta talk to tom. I talked to him only. Let me call you back back after i heard that big picture i knew you'd be missing out on something if i didn't take this opportunity and and you know tom and i have been in contact for how long throughout the years quicken loans you know and tom saw- is heard my struggles you you know the time she was telling me about the position i met meyers in the middle the frigging grocery shopping ball my eyes out not making any fucking money and times told me tom tell me to come to the united states. You'll be really good at it and i'm like walk. There's not too many people that have done this before. He's but you'd be really good at it. I'm like all right. I trust tom tom my life. You know what i mean so after selling you i know you did. I interest me on anything so little now now. I knew they weren't selling me a long time for me to say that like i knew knew he was leaving a nine to five job with insurance and all that go take a chance on himself with us. I was like i knew i knew he'd be good good at him and that minute. I hung up the phone time. I've talked with them only because i think i'm making a mistake men then my wife supports me one hundred percent in any decision that i make with regards to career or finances and whatnot you know she's got my back so in an ever since then it's been known no. She came and she came in the interview after that. We're trying to hire before he was like well yeah. I kind of want to work there but you got to interview my wife. I yeah so emily you didn't know about that interviewed me and danny. She's like wow so it's all about what's your conversion. That's a good question you got to the calendar calculator like the wonder conversions such a big deal real. That's why i brought her. The sooner you foot like tom was invited to my wedding. You know what i mean like. I was making a decision like i need to make this decision for my wife because before real team i was was making eighteen thousand dollars. A year wasn't much so i need to do something for my family my job. I need to make sure i'm doing the right thing for my future and this is it and you asked you know why i'm not gonna leave real team well. I mean there's not too many places where you can work with people that you consider family. You know what i mean like. When i worked with tom danny jamie dave chandler. You know michael my own brother michael rocco steve. We've i mean you guys are my family. Man like you guys asked me to do something and asked me how how you want me to jump. You know what i mean like when you're working together with family and you're working together for a bigger picture for everyone. Else's big picture like everyone wants the best for each other company and i truly believe that i truly truly believe that the same boat or all burnt ships burn them. We're all in the same boat out at sea we burn them and and and i've been with the company for a little over four and a half years and i used to hate people saying i i never i go to work. I love work work. I i don't feel like i don't think i'd go to work every day. I love it. That's how i feel about. Real chengdu like i've never i felt like i've had to go to work. You know i i come here and i do. I need to do with the people. I joy to do it with the most and it makes it so much easier. You're one hundred percent in the support that we have in the growth over having and then like everyone on the same page to accomplish things that that i wanna accomplish day wants college jay once accomplished. Tom like you're not.
"michael rocco" Discussed on Amanpour
"Has kind of developed a reputation then of being where you go to look to see what's happening in American are and so were you kind of May go to discover new names new people kind of new ideas so this idea that it's a snapshot every two years of what's happening in contemporary art I think is what gives it its charge and what gives it its reputation and so what will be the snapshot this year. What is what is the state of American art while the State of American are I think is really multifarious? There is no what we found Jane and I in our our research is that there isn't any one particular thing that artists are doing and this is probably always been true but I think we've found it even to an even greater extent <hes> what I will say though is that in the historical moment that we're living through we found artists incredibly ably interested in looking at the past not as a way of kind of hiding in the past but actually is a way of thinking productively and generally and Ford thinking about how we what we can take from the past us in our current moment used to reframe our current current moment and then project forward into the future <hes> an along those lines questions relating to racial justice to questions of gender questions of class <hes> questions of access. These are things that artists are really thinking about <hes> and we found kind of all over the country people were interested in thinking about these questions in their work. You said in your research for the biennial. What is that research? Look like it involves a lot of traveling a lot of notes and lists on my phone. Jane and I spent about fourteen weeks on the road cumulatively <hes> fortunately not consecutively and we did over three hundred studio visits and approximately twenty five different locations so it involves a huge amount of travel will and a huge amount of kind of synthesizing information and generating lists going on studio visits kind of checking back in and kind of it's really an iterative process. You were in Puerto Rico and Huston. Did you see a was what has there been a surgeon of that was tied to Hurricane Maria like is there a post Hurricane Maria art scene there is one artisan venial <hes> there several artists in the biennial should say who were from Puerto Rico <hes> but one artist in particular Danielle dramas he has a piece called Maria Maria and it is a kind of direct reference to the hurricane but it's at the same time a dual reference to the hurricane as well as the Virgin Mary and so kind of toggle between those two things and those two references Um but yeah absolutely lately the biennial would not be the biennial without its critics obviously not among them this year those those who argue that you've played it safe yeah. What do you say to that? I think that there's a certain expectation around radic -ality ability and I say radical kind of in air quotes because for me and I think for many of the artists exhibition the idea the you know everything fell off a cliff and went to hell because trump got elected did is really laughable you know I think if you're a student of American history tell me a time when things have not been crazy and specifically told me a time when things have not been crazy for people of Color for women for people who are quote quote unquote minorities and outside of the mainstream for whatever reason and so I think for me the idea that we would somehow kind of have this incendiary by any L. that would respond to this new contacts feels disingenuous ingenuous because that's not this is kind of a piece with yes. Some things are heightened are incredibly tense and different but it is also of a piece with our history and the kind of I think that's something that has fallen out sometimes in the way we think about our moment and the way we certainly think about an exhibition like the biennial you also have one artist who dropped out in protest because of the museum vice-chairman who's the Chief Executive of a company that manufactures equipment which includes body armor which fell to military and law enforcement agencies what happens when the institution becomes part of the controversy <hes> well. I mean we're it's happening. We're seeing it play out right now and I think these are also larger questions. It's you know it's not the Whitney is kind of certainly right now under kind of specific scrutiny around this issue but these are issues relating to institutions in general. I think that we have been really lucky in that. The biennial has one artist did drop out <hes> Michael Rocco wits <hes> and of course that was his decision but otherwise biennial has really maintained and we've Jane and I have really been able to keep the Viney all together and keep the artists kind of focused and keep ourselves focused on the task at hand which is really our exhibition that we've been working on for almost two years <hes> but it it raises a lot of interesting questions who's the by neo four up to biennial is for the artists. It's on some fundamental level and I think Jane and I felt that and feel that very strongly that the biennial you know is about them but outside of that the Daniels for the public of any else for the thousands and thousands of people that come to the Whitney Eh <hes> every week and in this case for open over the summer which is really exciting. It's kind of our highest visitor ship moments <hes> in the year and I think it's interesting because we now have a huge numbers of tourists coming to the Whitney. Compared to when we were up town and so I think very much about like what are we telling. People who maybe aren't from here about the United States about American art three quarters of the participants this year under the age of forty only only five have ever exhibited at a Whitney biennial before was this deliberate to showcase hot new young talent it was delivered in some ways but not so much for that reason it was deliberate because I think as we it did are traveling around the country what we heard kind of over and over and over again was kind of relentless pressure that is placed on artists specifically in this economic climate and so whether people were talking about having to Move Studios Multiple Times because affordable space is really not a thing I frankly or they are having to move apartments because affordable housing also not exactly thing or they were talking about debt accrued to do M._F._a.. Programs because for the same the reason we were just over and over hearing the there's this was a really difficult time in many ways to be young artists and that of course the same economic pressures were having knock on effects on smaller and mid size galleries which historically would've supported an artist at a younger earlier stage in their career and so I think we just felt given that the biennial is this big platform given that it has kind of such weight in the world that it felt really meaningful uncritical actually to open it up too many voices as we could and to really think about new voices specifically talked me a little bit more about that though I mean I think there there's always been this mystique of the starving artists and this idea that that of course there's going to be an economic challenge. You've chosen to become an artist yeah as opposed to it actually interfacing with larger structural questions of affordability well I mean I think you just hit the nail on the head because I think it actually does interface with larger structural questions because the mystique of being a starving artist. Is You know it's just that it's it's fantasy. Nobody says Oh you know what I wanna be to live in precarity for the rest of my life I wanna get to be sixty five years old and have no attention because there's no safety net built into the society that I live in <hes> and I often say like we think of people often ask artists to do things for free but you would never ask your doctor to see you for free. You know you would never ask your teacher to teach your children for free though also poorly compensated field and so I think there's this idea that artists that it's not a job that it's like some sort of that. It doesn't have the same weight and that the people who do that don't have the same needs don't have bills. Don't have you know groceries to buy don't have ailing parents etc so that we think of artists sometimes in this fantasy category of people who don't have all the same issues and problems and pressures the rest of us have when in fact they have all of those and if we think about our culture more broadly artists really drive the conversation not just in the art world but we think about movies we think about novels we think about <hes> certainly certainly museums and art but we think about advertising we think about kind of all these things creative people often artists are the people who are driving them and we don't think about them as people who necessarily need to be supported tally that some of the artists you're most excited about well. They're seventy five artists in the by any also he loves them. All equally never children with their record no favorite children but I think that there's a couple of really a incredible moments in the biennial on some incredible artists that really push themselves in specific ways. I think everybody did but for example Nicole Eisenman who is actually one of the artists who's been in the biennial before on this is her third by any all but she had this idea for really amazing and elaborate sculptural installation on one of our terraces and she really was committed to doing it really wanted to do it and so the invitation kind of became about that specific civic project the piece is called procession and it's on our sixth floor terrace and it's a series of figurative sculptures although kind of not exactly one to one with people but recognizable as people moving across the terrorists kind of from right to left <hes> and it also Nicole's work is really known for having a lot of humor and so this piece is no different <hes> there's a lot of kind of tongue in cheek references <hes> kind of wink not winking in terms of exclusionary but just like not take ourselves too seriously but at the same time there's a real charge I to the work. There's a real kind of politics to the work. <hes> another artist is Alexandra. Bell Alexandra Bell is space here New York who has a series of screen prints in the by any all twenty screen prints that look at the central park five and of course this is kind of in the news right now with when the C._S.. It's also it's the thirtieth anniversary of their case. <hes> Alex has made a piece that looks actually at how the case was represented in the media so rather than looking at exactly what happened she has really isolated various pages from specifically the New York Daily News <hes> and kind of tracked over time from the kit from April nineteen eighty nine onwards the ways in which these young boys talked about in the media <hes> and she uses different strategies such as kind of highlighting and kind of actually blocking out tax blocking out images she used a trained journalist so she came to our kind of sideways thinking about about actually media as a person who is trained to produce media so I think it's a work that's incredibly timely for obvious reasons but it's also a work that makes bigger causes us to think in a more Broadway and bigger away about the world that we live in the information that we're receiving and if there's anything in the exhibition that I feel like does really connect squarely to this moment and to kind of a pencil radicati or kind of reference reference referendum on where we are right. Now I think it is this idea of like looking and kind of thinking and not kind of making quick pronouncements. The kind of hot takes the kind of lake people responding to things without even really thinking through what they're saying. I think we see that so much and we're certainly seeing that in our media escape right now how `Bout Brandon Fernandez's the master inform bad is another kind of really special piece of questions about it. Oh please ask away. <hes> brandon is an artist based in Chicago and he is somebody who's trained as a ballet dancer in his early life and then moved into being a fine artist and this is kind of one of the first times they'd be really seen him bringing those two sides of his practice together those two sides of his training so so the installation exists <hes> on the fifth floor of the Whitney as a sculptural installation really beautiful kind of poetic installation but it also exists as a site for performance <hes> so something that was really important to us in doing the biennial was thinking talking about the space and role of performance and thinking about how to bring performance into something like a by any all which isn't always a perfect fit it can be difficult for various reasons so Brendan's inflation is one of the few that really is doing both it exists as an object as a sculpture. It also exists as a performance three times a week long. Are those ballerinas holding their positions. That's my question I mean they do three. One hour performances level they get breaks in between but I mean they're all professional dancers. They are all trained dancers and so I think that's part of what Brendan was really interested in the piece is kind of unpacking some of that rigor and that the discipline of ballet but also the kind of way in which the discipline and rigour can even veer onto a sort of masochism grew up in the D._C.. Area you have access to the Smithsonian's. How does having that type of access is to museums shape your understanding of art deeply and completely? I think that it is not an accident that I spent kind of my very early childhood years in a city that had completely free museums not just museums zoo planetarium art museum science Museums Natural History Museums <hes> that all of these spaces were available to us specifically us meaning myself and my parents <hes> an immigrant family who came to the United States for my mother to go to graduate school in Washington and would not necessarily have had the means to do that would not have been able to bring their child all to all these museums uh-huh literally on a weekly basis and so for me it wasn't credibly formative and I still think about it a lot and what it means how we kind of open as I said previously how do we open up our institutions whose many people's possible because it can be transformative. Thank you so much. Thank you and the Whitney biennial is open until September twenty second but that's it for now. Thanks for watching and goodbye from London Hi. 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"michael rocco" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Sports desk here's harris allen the mets of cross the line from merely bad to utterly surreal yesterday in philadelphia they had only one hit through eight innings trail the phillies one nothing they scored three runs in the knife to on a todd frazier go ahead homer than head the ball closer edwin d as needing three outs to salvage one of four game series d. as only recorded one of those outs he walked the leadoff man served up a game tying to michael rocco and four batters later came this ball to strikes pitch swing ally drive deep toilet mcneil backs up sales over its ted it's gone That's a home run. A walk off for sokaia. Edwin Diaz catch up five the bottom. the philadelphia phillies sweep this series red dazzle w._c._b._s. eight eighty six three fills the stunning final d._s. with his fourth blown save now one and five zack wheeler alleged one run two hits in six innings sisters You know, you get the guys for hard bag and. i mean it's frustrating all these kind of losses but they loss hearts and we'll we gotta go back out there and don't get them tomorrow bryce harper took wheeler deep in the six the vets of lost five straight they had leads of at least two runs at each of those five games they finish a three and eight road trip it will host the brave tonight with jacob degrom on the hill noah syndergaard expected to come off the i l. dot for the mets on sunday the yankees off till they played the first of two in london against the red sox on saturday don't expect giancarlo stanton to come off the i l. anytime soon g._m. brian cashman not looking for the slugger to return from his string the until august the raise outlasted the twins in eighteen innings five to to tip obeyed now within six and a half of the first place yanks the start has been announced for the baseball all star game two yankees will be on the american league squad d._j. lemay human gary sanchez no mets crack the starting lineup the mid summer classic in cleveland july night women's world cup soccer england defeated norway three nil the first team to advance to the semifinals it'll be the u._s. against hosts france today at three sports at fifteen and forty five around the clock i'm harris allen ted ten wins sports seventy seven degrees fair going down seventy two and midtown wins news time to seventeen special salute to midst great tom seaver the honors for tom seaver brought out the best of the new york mets like diane a longtime fan from pre twit queens he was just i think one of the best pitchers in baseball you know he was so good until activated a great person eleven person you know critics more than the team on veiled city fields new address forty one seaver way and ray announced plans to erect a statue in his honour former teammates gave praise outfielder ron through bodas says there was no one like this right hander when you went out there behind tom seaver you knew if you got him three runs humor golden juliet papa tinton wins at city field wins.
"michael rocco" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Learn how to do that except to Philly dot com, your Sushila, and it was a great start to opening day for the Phillies. We get more from KYW's, Ed Benkin, the Phillies. Open up the two thousand nine hundred and season with a ten four victory over Atlanta. Andrew mccutchen, hit a solo home run in the bottom of the first Phillies ahead early at the brace tied the game the fills got RBI single is in the fort by Cesar Rene, there's a Herrera Michael Rocco. Hit a line drive run home run to left in the six and retired skins finished the Braves for the grand slam in the seventh inning Arinella pick up the victory going six innings and throwing ninety nine pitches. Allowing just one run on two hits while Bryce rapper when Oprah gray with an intentional walk in his first game is a Philly the Phillies beat the Braves tend to four reporting citizens Bank park, Ed Benkin, KYW NewsRadio. The Sixers also came up with a win. We get more from KYWZ. John Johnson led by Joel Embiid. Sixers put their two game slide in the rear view running over the nets won twenty three to one ten and beat sixteen points in the first quarter alone Brooklyn ice cold in the first twelve minutes. Sixers red hot fifteen point lead after one expanded to twenty. That's what Paul within six multiple times. But the Sixers would quickly respond going runs of their own. Embiid finished with thirty nine points, thirteen rebounds, Radic eighteen boulevard running out of its sixteen off the bench reporting from the Senator John Johnson KYW NewsRadio this tournament update. Sponsored by sports betting at the south Philadelphia racing sports book on Packer avenue. Must be twenty one gambling problem. Call one eight hundred gambler Gonzaga and Purdue advanced in the Sweet Sixteen the eagles have acquired running back. Jordan Howard in a trade with the bears for a conditional late round draft pick in twenty twenty sports radio ninety four.
"michael rocco" Discussed on WEEI
"Tim good morning, buddy. How are you? Thanks for having me on. It's always good to talk to you, man. I think we we only talk on great occasions. The last time we spoke it was when the eagles won the Super Bowl. So only good occasion. So I take it that the emotions that you felt regarding this signing are vastly different from the emotions that I felt when this signing went down. Yeah. Absolutely. I it's been a hell of a week, man. The Phillies had already had a heck of an off season. Adding chain Sikora, Andrew mccutchen, David Robertson, and she real Mutel. The addition of Harper it makes it one of the best off seasons in baseball history. At least on paper, which is exciting as someone that has been covering this in writing about this for three years just to get a resolution and to get a resolution where the Phillies or the victors of this whole thing it is. It's a good feeling that someone that just covered the entire thing. And that's something that I really wanna touch on. Because you've been kind of on top of this story for a few years. Now, I remember you wrote about it a couple years ago. Just the thought of could this actually happened to see that all play out that must be rewarding. But also incredibly joyous for you as well. Yeah. One back on. And I read the comments section on a few articles back from as early as twenty fifty. And what I said, hey, look, this is a this is a possibility. He's going to be twenty six the Phillies are going to have a lot of financial flexibility, and they should be returning to contention at that time and people are oh always going to be a Yankee won't leave DC is going to go to LA. And here we are hands up in Philadelphia. Look, I don't cover things or write about things that I don't think have a legitimate chance to happen. I'll be the first to admit at the outset of this off season. I thought the Phillies we're probably more likely to spend on Manny Machado than Bryce Harper. But I always kind of had a feeling they were gonna end up with one of the two. And here we are. They ended up with one of the two and the overall contract is huge. It's the biggest in American sports history. What are your general thoughts on the way that they were able to stretch it out and really get him for cheaper than what we thought per year. It's a unique idea. And I think it's going to be an experiment because the idea of thirteen years scares me Bryce Harper is a tremendous player. But the amount of torque that he asked to generate in his swing. I do wonder how his back will hold up over the lifetime this contract. And I think that's a legitimate concern. I also think it's fair to say they didn't backload this the obey. He he's gonna make twenty two million in the final few years of this deal, and that's never going to be cheap. But what is twenty two million gonna meet and twenty thirty as opposed to what it means? Now, that's a fair discussion to have. And it's also fair to have to say whether teams should or shouldn't go over the luxury tax threshold. They almost never do and keeping Bryce Harper at twenty five or twenty six million dollars a year as opposed to thirty two thirty three that does help the Phillies to remain flexible. And it may mean, even if there's some leaner years at the end of this. Viola Harper and he had to take on extra two or three years. It doesn't cripple you in the same way. It potentially could have he was making north of thirty million dollars. So it's an interesting contractual idea. And it will be interesting to see opinions. Follow this blue. Tim Kelly from Phillies nation dot com in sports radio ninety four WIP on the line with us in my opinion within they Espy nation radio. Tim, what was the biggest takeaway from the press conference yesterday? I think the biggest takeaway from the press conference was probably the quotes that he had about chaining is number two number three. He didn't want number thirty four because that have been really holidays number. That was cool that was kind of expected that he was gonna come out and say something like that, maybe even bigger take away. Of course, wore number thirty four because his dad was a Mickey Mantle fan and three plus four equals seven the number of mail. So there was some thought, okay. He's not gonna wear number thirty four and Philadelphia because I was very holidays number, but maybe he'll switch to number seven that number. Of course, they'll belongs to my father now, Michael Rocco. It is an overwhelming upset that he's still with the Phillies at this point because it didn't seem like the beginning season. But each year who knows how much longer he's going to be here. But he's going to be the starting third baseman on opening day. In all likelihood and Bryce Harper to consider asking him to switch to number seven or to take his number seven. He just said I want to get off on a good start with the new teammate in that matter. I think it's easy to sit here and say, well, he didn't want out because that allowed him to get a thirteen year. But it really does feel like he wants to set roots in Philadelphia and coming in and not ruffling any feathers and just saying you don't know which number. Nobody else is nobody else's really ever had significant with the Phillies. That was a cool moment. I think. He touched on the length of the contract. Thirteen years is an incredibly long amount of time from an organizational standpoint and from a Bryce Harper standpoint. What is what do they have to do to make this contract worth it over that thirteen years? It's difficult to say that to project what is going to be successful thirteen years. I certainly think one of the things with the nationals is a historic season in twenty fifteen then he played through injuries. In two thousand sixteen wasn't very good twenty seventeen. He was on an MVP caliber and flipped over the first base bag on then twenty eighteen he was still an all star. Didn't have a great first half at a good second half. I'm not sure Bryce Harper will ever top what he didn't twenty fifteen minute individual season because that was one of the best seasons I've ever seen somebody have. But he hasn't had a prolonged stretch of four or five consecutive seasons. That are great like obviously over the course of a thirteen year deal is not enough. But that would be a good place to start and certainly having team success over that period, which is Phillies appear prime to do that would be a good place to start as well. So it's gonna come down to. How much seems excessive Phillies have Harper winning a few MVP's? It's hard to have an exact number on how many whole months to hit. You would like to think he hits his five hundred home on in Philadelphia. He's out of one hundred eighty four now. So it's really difficult to walk that far what we know is that the Phillies have a really good lineup putting into twenty nineteen and a good place to start would be for Bryce Harper to have a forty home run season and post a war in the five or six ranch. Tim Kelly from Phillies nation and sports radio ninety four WIP joining us on in my opinion, what that day on Espy nation radio. Tim does this move make Philly the Philadelphia Phillies the best team in the National League? I think you can even question if they're the best team in the National League east, certainly the Phillies look like a playoff. He might now by gun to my head right now if I had to pick who runs the National League east, it's still the national one sotos only twenty but I watched him last year and Bryce Harper and Kayla. Harper went out of their way, it's talk about him yesterday. I think he might win the MVP this year. Anthony Jones also a candidate in a contract year. Sounds like the nationals are serious candidates. Ad critic Kimball. Do bullpen.
"michael rocco" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"And I know there's over a hundred free agents out there that we could use a multitude of them. And I just want these guys to keep doing what did I cannot believe their dorm what they're doing because typically the Phillies even when they do the right thing. It's wrong. Okay. But I tell you what this guy. What these moves? He's made. This your Joe, I I mean, I couldn't believe it. But he did it. And I'm on man. I'm really I'm really pumped up man. I know. And you I think you were talking about Clinton he's he's had an incredible offseason. You'd think these moves and then today Rodney the contract for Nola is brilliant air. Don't stop here. My point don't stop now. Because right now, it's you stop. You ain't getting you ain't getting more. You want get. It's you're you're gonna call short. I'm telling you, they got it. They need to more big. They need to get. They need to do something with second and third. Okay. And then they need to get the pitching. And the as far as I'm concerned is that the kids Bank Karoi Kingery Kingery. He's the best player. That's it. You go to the bench. Okay. And you plus you plug in when we talked you in. Okay. I mean, they're close job. They really are. They're not I agree with you. And I I do think they need one of these guys run. Appreciate call is always we'll see we'll do a lot in the hassle of checking. But there was some talk today down there in Clearwater of Scott Kingery competing for the third base job. If they get Harper Machado Kingery could play a lot of third base. I really do believe that because I don't trust Michael. Franca? I don't think they trust Michael Rocco. He could play some third base. David is in south Philly. He's on WIP, David. Hey, how're you doing? Joe good. They've got it. So I got a couple of counterpoint want to hear your thoughts. Okay. Who some of the points that you were making about bolts one is if they do offer there's a penalty for that? I believe you can lose a pick in the subsequent draft. And then the other counterpoint is that you had said because flacco went to the Broncos for four could you potentially create a bidding war get a third for full. If you let go he chooses to go you will likely the calculation is for compensatory third round pick, obviously in the twenty twenty draft not to twenty nineteen but still you get a pick of the same caliber round. And you don't have to risk responding an offer getting penalized. And then also if you are assuming that is agents already, you know, or the teams already looking for taker, and you might be evidence that we're trying to trade him and breaching the CPA rule about not attending the trade. Right. I don't know. How it's I don't know. How you prove it. Like, I understand why the rule is in there in good faith on tag, a guy just to trade him. I and that's a good point. You made on you could you can have a penalty if you were send the tag because that might be a clear sign you didn't really want the player. Anyway, I just don't know how the NFL would prove the eagles didn't at least think about keeping Nick foles. I it feels like a rule put in there or Email. I mean, are they going to investigate it this much? It's going to become Watergate over over the nickel straight. I don't know. Choose a strange thing. They do. It's a good point. And your point about the look that up and David I appreciate the phone. Call eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four pound four nine for that say you get in. Joe flacco went for a fourth round pick today. Nick foles can get you at least at least a third round pick.
"michael rocco" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"The WIP evening show up stove check in. Yes. It is that time of night and tonight feels like a big one we do this every night. But some nights they feel bigger than others. When the Phillies meet with Bryce Harper on Saturday and with the Bryson Manny sweepstakes seemingly coming to a conclusion sooner than later. This is an important moment. For the Phillies franchise and support moment for the evening show, bringing on Todd Zolak E-e-eh, Melby dot com. And I was reading a story today about the Phillies maybe actually changing their preference in their pursuit towards Bryce Harper. Todd. How you doing tonight? Good. How are you doing? We're doing great and hot no pressure. But the whole city is listening. If you wanna break any news, you can do it right now. I wish I had to blues, man. I really wish this thing was gonna come to an end the next twenty four hours, or I don't know what's going to end. But I I do I can say this. I guess I would be surprised at this point. If they don't get one of these guys, I you know, I don't know if I would put one hundred dollars. I'm Bryce Harper a hundred dollars or Manny Machado, but I would put one hundred dollars on on them getting. One of those two so Todd I remember talking to you earlier this off season. And we were kind of chatting about how it seemed like the Phillies preference was Manny Machado, even though both you, and I were kind of the same page that we thought Bryce Harper's. Maybe the better fit in the better bet moving forward. Do you think that has changed after the meeting after kind of their both their meetings with each player? Yeah. I I do think that it has changed. I I know that the the meeting Saturday went well, I know that the Phillies were very very pressed with Bryce Harper and his wife Kayla so much so that. Yeah. That that that there's a that that Harper might have become the prior or might become the priority now over Manny Machado, and that is that is I think definitely note worthy. Because like we talked about earlier in the off season. Manny machado. It's been the phillys is number one choice pretty much since the beginning of the off season. And he had been the number one choice because of his combination of offense, which is great. But also the fact that if you place there. Basically, she would for the Phillies. He's a coke Lefter basement. And I think the Phillies were kind of you know, a little bit. Little bit. Scared off I guess of his defense. If you look at the metrics defensive metrics last year he had a really bad year defensively outfield, Bryce Harper. But maybe they, you know, I I'm sure they talk with Bryce about it. Maybe they got some good answers there to make them feel a little bit better about him going forward and his ability to play at least an average outfield because if Bryce Harper play just an average outfield and he hits like he can hit. I mean the guys are Rockstars. So, you know, I I think it would be the most exciting of the two moves for sure for Phillies fans for myself. And I think even for players in that clubhouse. Yeah. I think so too. And the one thing maybe they talked about it. But he played some centerfield last year, which I think if you keep them out of center that probably helps the defensive metrics. I don't think he could really do that. While Todd I heard you on MLB network earlier today, and you had mentioned kind of the Phillies choice, you mentioned with us to at first was Manny, and maybe for years it's been manning, but the fan's choice in the just from I'm talking to people. You're listening in tweeting and your readers if feels like the fans overwhelmingly the last couple of months has been go get Bryce Harper. Do you think that factors in at all? I think the Phillies are aware of it. But you know, that that's a baseball operations department Macklin tack and Ed rice. Assistant. They are very analytically minded. So they they really aren't going to be swayed too much in that regard, like they're not just going to go out get somebody 'cause they know the fans love it. I think again going into going into this weekend. They liked Manny Machado, and they like Manny Machado knowing that fan wondered Bryce Harper, but they looked at their projections. Their, you know, their for the next five six seven eight ten years and said, you know, we think Manny Machado might be the better player and the better value. And you know what? Hey, a fans don't like it. You know? You know, we think Manny Machado is going to help us win. And eventually they're gonna come around. But you know, baby John Middleton is a little bit more of that. And you know. Being the owner being being not necessarily analytics guy. I think he I think he pays attention that stuff. And I think as an older also you understand that. I mean breaks is the most recognizable player in baseball. I know Mike trout is the best player in baseball. But I would say arguably a price Harper's the most wreck divers player in baseball. And so he's going to sell a lot of tickets. He's going to sell a lot of merchandise. You know, they would announced Bryce Harper one morning or that use breaks you can bet there's gonna be Phillies fans. Buying a ton of Bryce Harper Jersey's not that. They wouldn't for Manny Machado. But I just don't think it would be at that level Tiso lucky and they'll be dot com. Joining us here on the evening show on Todd. The one thing I have to ask you because it it always pops in my head around this time of year, especially when there's one team or two teams and there's two big players the leverage play. And I thought about this as your as your report came out as I read Bob Nightingale that look if the Phillies really do have Manny Machado top they're bored, and they have an offer and they're waiting to see if he's going to accept it. If. The idea gets out there that hey, we love Bryce Harper. Now. Maybe that entices Manny Machado to come in and actually take their offer and not wait anymore. What do you think about all that? And the kind of the way all this works around this time of year. Yeah. I think there's definitely that that definitely could be part of it that that definitely happens. And you know, yeah. What surprised me, you know, just on a date out there week from tonight. For instance, they agree to a deal with Manny Machado that would not surprise me. But. Because really, it's it's still also come down to the price of it. You know, so like say grace workers pulled even with or slightly out of Manny Machado on the Phillies wishlist, if Scott Boris goes tenure four hundred million and you can get Manny Machado for ten years three hundred thirty million. I think they're going to go with Manny Machado. You know what I mean? Like, I it's so it comes down to price. There's so many different factors involved. Yes. Definitely the Phillies might hope might be hoping that Manny Machado goes. Oh, man. If the Phillies if the Phillies sign Bryce Harper, I might have to go to the White Sox on a seven year deal, or I might have to take a much lesser deal to go to the Yankees or or something like that. And that's not something I necessarily want to do. So, you know, maybe we kind of pick things up here. And and I think that's a that would be a nice thing for the Phillies because I'll be I'll be there if they end up getting Manny, Manny Machado because of that. And they don't sign Bryce Harper. I think there'll be there'll be more than. Okay. With that as well. One thing that we keep thinking of here, certainly myself, Jack here, and a lot of fans is all right, there seems to be a chance they could have the top offer to either of these guys. What if they have the top offer to both Todd? Do you think there's any chance? Here the Phillies could actually get both Manny Machado and Bryce Harper. Boy. I, you know, last summer I had heard that you know, they they thought they might be able to sign two. But then Andy macphail was pretty emphatic. If you remember in October saying, you know, the people that say that have done the math. There's no way we could afford both of these guys. I tend to think it's it's unlikely but scenarios one scenario that pops in my head is okay. Say say Manny Machado agrees to a deal with the Phillies like a ten year deal and say Bryce Harper still lingering out there. I mean, who's to say the Phillies couldn't go. Hey, Bryce, how four years forty million? You know, you'll you'll have the record and record average annual value of contract. You have that. Your tap. You'll still be serious old. You know, you could hit free agency. Maybe there's an opt out involved. You know, maybe something like that could happen for sure why shouldn't for sure I think that's that's in the realm of possibility. It wouldn't be so surprising or or so starting. But I think if that scenario would present itself, I it's not gonna be like this Matt clinic wanna do this deal? Or does Andy macphail wanna do steel? It's going to be just Philly. Philly's ownership wanna do that. Do this deal it Phillies ownership would want to you know, put up the extra money to maybe get both of these guys. You know, it's gonna be it's gonna be there. Call you know, it's it's definitely going to be there. Call I would still bet against it though. So Todd, do we think more dominoes will fall here once assuming they get one of these guys do we think that will soon lead to more Domino's? I mean, there are other free agents out there that could complement a team that maybe it would push themselves closer to ninety wins. And then depending on who they sign if. If it's one third base, there'd be no spot for Michael Francke. And then if they signed Bryce there's a quite a lot of outfield CD think if they do get one of these guys it leads to something else pretty quickly. In terms of the Phillies getting a adding another piece, adding a piece or subtracting a piece whether it be a trade. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Definitely. I think if I think if they sign Manny Machado, I think they will try to Trade Michael Rocco. You know, I think the Rangers might be could possibly be looking for some help at third base. You know, they've had some interesting. Mike and Phillies have had some interesting, Mike minor. Maybe they find a match up there. But yeah, I do think that there could be maybe some potential moves that this could kind of spawn in terms of trains or free agency. You know, I was told a couple of weeks ago after they signed David Robertson that. Right now, the focus is Manny or bright, and they're really gonna kinda hold on. With everything else until they figure out what's going to happen. And what one of these guys? Now, everybody's been asking, you know, are they gonna get some rotation help because they're kind of going in on a bit of a Campbell with this rotation. You know? And they still could add some they still could maybe add a at a starter in the next few weeks or even maybe in February or March kinda like they did last year reject year gotta doubts Tyco's hanging on the market March. You know, maybe they could get him out of a bit of a discount or or you know, they signed Bryce Harper. Maybe they could flip Nick Williams or or Dubreuil Harare to a team and make a move that way. So I think there's a whole bunch of possibilities that could still develop last one for you Todd. You look at the NFL lease this offseason. It is it is improved. Leaps and bounds. The Mets have gotten better. The Braves added. Donaldson the nationals, even if they lose price Harper. They've they've added a lot there were Patrick Corbin and some good players. And we know what the Phillies have done. Do. You think the Phillies are looking at this. As look one of these guys might push us to the top. But if we don't get one of these guys than they might be the fourth best roster in the NFL lease even though they've improved again. I I yeah, I think so in fact, I was talking to somebody on Friday at basically said. You know, we we kinda have to get we kind of have to get one of these two guys because of the division has become so competitive or is so competitive with all of the dishes that you mentioned Corbin, you know, in in DC is just the first player that comes to mind, you know, Edward D as Robinson. No. In New York the Braves with shots out. And by the way of the division and Elliot's champion, so yeah, I think there's a definite feeling with the Phillies as well. As you know, we just as much as they have improved and they have made improvements with mccutchen and cigar. David Robertson, and and those three other relievers that they got earlier in the off season. I there's a definite feeling I think what the Phillies that you know, what if we don't get one of these two guys were really getting be behind the eight ball in two thousand and nineteen. So I think they know that they really do have to make a big move here while we're waiting for. We're hoping we appreciate a few minutes. And if you ever want to break a story on the ready, you call the show any time. All right. All right. Well, thanks, very goes Todd, so lucky MLB dot com. I feel good. I feel good getting one. Yeah. You don't feel great. I want both..
"michael rocco" Discussed on NFL Live
"Game winning drives. Keenum is nine thirteen for one hundred twenty six yards. The Broncos scored a field goal and a touchdown on those two drives. I'll let's go to Michael Rocco. In Jacksonville, thanks Jeff. It is the Jaguars defense unsurprisingly. That's the reason this team is off to its best start since two thousand and six Claes Campbell and unique in GOP way may not have the sack totals we expected, but the Jaguars are pressuring quarterbacks on the third of their drawbacks, which is the fifth best in the league. Opponents of scored just three touchdowns in the ravaging only two hundred fifteen yards per game passing which is thirty five yards below the league. Average opponents are converting third down only thirty two percent of the time, and they scored just one touchdown on four red zone trips for report on the Miami Dolphins. Here's Cameron will. Thanks. Mike. The former here in Miami starts riot. Tannehill was completing seventy three percent of his passes and he's spreading it around. So everybody gets taste. His legs are doing damage to after Sunday's win over the jets receiver takim grant ex tannehill when you start running like that, he said, what you're talking about. I've been running like that. There's a real team vibe here. The defense, seven, fun to Jones. Kiko allows all company have. League-leading five interceptions newcomers Robert Quinn and make up his Patrick or making a real impact. So for one, two and opus magic to another, let's go over to gentle lane in Tampa. Thanks Cam. The biggest reason for the buck starting the season to know fit magic. Yeah, Minka may have trademarked it, but everybody knows that Brian Fitzpatrick is the real magician here, and he is sawing defense. It's an half, especially on. I doubt last year, the bucks average eight yards per pass attempt on first down this year, nineteen yards per attempt, and he's completing eighty. Three percent of those passes to Sean. Jackson told me we're taking shots. We're taking chances or trust each other. And he also told me this is playing out of this world right now back to you Jack. All right. Thank you. Everybody. Music. Jazz hands on. So we're looking at the undefeated. We'll start with juicy in which to and OT or your surprise pick up from my girl Jenner rights. He had all that energy. Some go right back to the butts because even set it in the last segment in terms of you didn't think that they would have this type of victory over the eagles. You didn't think it would have to happen over the saints, but when you really think about what backup quarterback in the NFL really could have got it done like this in the regular season tatty coats. I don't even know if you could have said Nick foles because my man doesn't necessarily get this done in the regular season. Right? It's not until the postseason maybe teddy Bridgewater New Orleans maybe. But other than that, I can't think of anybody. But lastly, on his serious. No, I, I, I don't think you can understate the drama around the actual starting quarterback and how that really could have threatened to dismantle this team. So to have that level questions in drama and what have you for them to have this woman I think is really remarkable. So how about which team stay with the undefeated here? Which. Stays undefeated the longest. What do you think? Coach, I thought about another team, but I'm gonna go with the LA Rams and what they did on defense. Some of the requisition, but let's not forget. That wasn't too long ago that both keeps leave. And Wade Phillips went through. So I think they understand the focus. It takes a weekend and week out to stay undefeated. They've got a tough match-up that will the LA teams this week, but I still like the Rams to go undefeated the longest. I tell you what, we'll, we'll keep it right here. What about the team to know? But they're still in trouble. I had to stop the music. It's gonna be a tough call for Denver. They going to Baltimore. Baltimore is coming off that Thursday night laws. They've got three three, ten days to come off and figure some things out. September is an extension of the preseason for some of these teams..
"michael rocco" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"A. WalMart parking lot in the northeast file people. Are often on their guard when approach the suspects. May, have delayed suspicion by wearing, reflective work fast the victim was robbed but not hurt time now for. KYW sports sponsored by septa beginning September first the yellow and. Blue paper senior citizen president ID parts will not be valid for travel on. Septa learn more at I set the Philly dot com slash key let's check in with Sushila. After being shut out two games in a row the Phillies came through with five to one win. Over the Padres, last night in San Diego Phillies. Were helped by the long ball pitch. Swung on. And lay deep down the left field line if it's fair it's gone and it is gone Up into the second deck of the western metal supply company building a, solo Homer. For Michael Rocco a laser down the left field line it's his nineteenth of the. Season it's three nothing Scott France key the call ninety four WIP Cesar Hernandez also homered Aaron Nola pitched six shutout innings. Upping his record to, thirteen and three the Phillies are now back in sole possession of first place in the National League east. Game ahead of the Braves who failed to. The brewers last night four to to the Phillies. Continue, their series with the Padres, this afternoon Jake Arrieta will make the start first pitch three forty that. Game can be heard on ninety four WIP the Braves home. To play the brewers this afternoon the eagles have another training camp workout this. Morning at the novacare complex and just getting underway and we get more from KYWZ Ed Benkin. Unit had limited work for the eagles on Thursday night but linebacker Jordan Hicks was happened to be. Back on the, field after returning from a season Ending, injury you. Know you think about all the things that go into coming back from an injury All the hard work in the early mornings after another open practice at the link on Saturday the eagles are back in the novacare. Complex today as the begin preparations for their second preseason game against the patriots reported for the link I'm Ed Benkin KYW, NewsRadio and. We will be getting live reports from the.
"michael rocco" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Percent or more on car insurance the homerun derby might have been last week but no one. Told the Phillies and reds. Swap hit the left field and that ball is gone a rocket out too loud. Michael Rocco continues his resurgence a solo, shot to put the. Phillies back on top it's is sixteenth of the. Year five four Phillies lead it that's got France ski on the Phillies radio network and that's the. Deciding factor, is, the, Phillies blast. Seven homers tying the club record and a beat the reds nine four sunny grays now allowed just two runs in his last three, starts as he tossed his five scoreless. In the Yankees down the Royal seven two but holding their breath with. Aaron judge he was pulled from, the game, after being Hit by a pitch x rays were. Reportedly unclear taken to the hospital for an MRI and CAT scan earlier. In the day. The Yanks improve. Their pitching depth though trading for Blue Jays left. DJ half the Red Sox fall to the, twins to one at Fenway dropping their alias. Lead over the New, York Yankees to four games Manny Machado is already made. An impact with the dodgers but took that, to another level tonight blasting his first home run in blue Machado's teammates give Richhill plenty of support. Taking care of the Braves. Eight to heal ks eight in seven scoreless frames raise edge the Orioles four three. The Mets double up the pirates seven, six four runs knocked. In by his troop Cabrera who they might be. Looking to deal here as we get closer to the trade deadline nationals trailed the Marlins three nothing. After one, then, played, at ten. On answer to win at ten three trae Turner's two run triple the difference maker in that one angels take care of the White, Sox twelve eight Francisco arsia drives in. Four in his major league debut Justin Upton Finishes the day four five and in matinee action the cubs over the Diamondbacks seven, six. Hitting back to back home runs including a walk, off solo shot by Anthony Rizzo and they have reportedly acquired lefty Cole hamels from the Texas Rangers two games in action bottom of the eighth, be athletes who've been. Red hot recently, on top of the. Rangers in, Texas, seven, five is the score there in, the, bottom, of the eighth fan the late game top three giants over the brewers edging them two to one Julio Jones hold out his over, is the falcons have adjusted, his contract for twenty eighteen and training camp opening up for many teams, including the Redskins they make, a bit of a splash on day one signing quarterback Colt McCoy to a. One year extension reportedly worth up to seven million dollars this is Alex. Perlman Clones Jim Rome here join me in the jungle weekdays at noon eastern exclusively. On CBS sports radio Bronco's country eats sleeps and, breathes football, fitting they wake up to.
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"michael rocco" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"News authority in philadelphia good morning i'm brandon brooks sunny skies at the broadcast center seventy nine degrees headed up another ten to eighty nine today in the news at this hour a massive four alarm fire at a junkyard in kensington i seen a couple of fires in my life seen fired us big i'm tim jimenez a fast moving house fire in north philadelphia leaves two people dead i'm dan wing i'm pretty lloyd increasing the call to the consumer mexican crab picker visa cuts and maryland are causing sticker shock blues at area cramp feast microsoft puts up competition for the ipad powerful enough to run full desktop applications ian bush find for delo santos dat paired with this at michael rocco has done it again are why you're phillies indication of a healthy organization sit alone in first place i'm steve potisk from bloomberg as trade tensions with china escalate stock futures are suggesting an early selloff and a look at wholesale inflation is on tap this morning s and p futures down nineteen points nasdaq futures off fifty nine dow futures down two hundred thirteen points cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger more sun than anything and a seasonable eighty nine degrees not quite as steamy today but certainly feeling like mid july now later on tonight there may be a stray shower storm in spots we dropped to seventy one degrees coming up we do have a generally quiet pattern continuing into the upcoming weekend but if you thought trump chances that come with it and i'll let you know when when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio sunshine seventy nine degrees headed to eighty nine hey what news time seven thirty two sam clover with traffic and transit on the to sanford brandon it's busy on area roadways be prepared for bright sun with start this time south on.
"michael rocco" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"A one one swing at a high drive well hit left beal going back on it kelly at he's at a road that is gone at michael rocco has done it again three run home rodney paul delap it's his twelve th of the year and the phillies strike here the second is three nothing gill franca spor rbi night helping the fills was seven three win over the mets at citi field tuesday night they take over sole possession of first place in the nfl bronco tying the fills post game show on wip is amazing amazing on this i just feel like oh my god that's that's happened to me right now in the school feeling for me as i say on this will get hot i was in the day in and i know what the big little right now on kgo spray angle plan will normal me and i'm just wondering jolly an annual deal sanchez a winner does major league debut six and a third innings three runs on five hits three walks with six strikeouts braves loss to the jays six two so fills now a game in the nfl east wednesday night city field series finale at seven ten and ninety four w i p vince velasquez versus jacob degrom jaded because exgirlfriend was hospitalized after being physically assaulted in a home invasion in suburban atlanta early tuesday morning a friend of hers tweeting and her lawyer saying that shady was involved in the assault or not directly the home is his and according to reports he's tried to have revisited police say the home invasion was not a random incident mccoy's denied any involvement the nfl in the bills are investigating the incident the nfl pa tuesday filed a grievance against the nfl claiming the new national anthem policy is inconsistent with their cba and infringes on players rights cds three islands weather mostly clear tonight lows seventy four mostly sunny wednesday high eightyeight.
"michael rocco" Discussed on NFL Live
"That that's me through what happened last offseason draft changed the whole culture of the organization flew play from going to the nfc championship game and utah in you talk about china killed organization g get the money at this stage route thirty nine sewage trying to get to the super bowl the one today hale irwin nobody listen up way not all about the money but point i mean johny srouji hey players get paid if that's where the market is in the cap keep going up an average of seven eight percent can you give trade can get paid the same time trying to get a super bowl they say the nba this nina fill the cat yes there is a whole cap in in a field theory canopy binding a break from that it's just what the motivation is for drew at this point does he want to get paid as you want to win the super bowl they're going to try to find a way to do both were him to be happy with the money and still keep the pieces in place for them to make this final step in final push if there is a deadline and there will have to be compromise and once again these conversations will be happening over dinner perhaps in indianapolis oh by no more players by everybody everybody i hate million players pockets hall of fame what happens when you take your team almost out of nowhere to the afc championship game you'd get rewarded this press coverage in from jagr's reporter michael rocco the jagr's have announced they have given tom coughlin doug heroin and they've call well two year contract extensions through the twenty twenty one season deserve they made some really impressive moves for that did we want you to early colon we want you to early everybody's been on the bandwagon recently became big cable this year.
"michael rocco" Discussed on NFL Live
"That guy is one of the best athletes i believe that this game has ever seen along the defense alliance as far as the combination that he brings as far as height weight and speed in commitment to the game that guy special and this defense has the ability to be special they're going to need my fable first time defensive coordinators kinda fun to work with absolutely he's he's got some show make mike look pretty good us first time now let's move on to the jacksonville jaguars now encamped in jacksonville where the heat is on for training camp and the heat is on lake bortles to make a break here nfl nations michael rocco as there the jacksonville jaguars hit the practice field for the first time on thursday and undoubtedly the two players under the most pressure in this camp are quarterback lake bottles and rookie running back leonard fournet even though the jaguars picked up the fifth year option on boroughs contract this is still a make or break season for him he's thrown way too many interceptions fifty one and he leads the nfl in turnovers since he came to the league in two thousand fourteen with sixty three the jaguars want him to be more efficient make better decisions in the pocket of big better decisions with his reads and to help him do that they took four net with the fourth overall pick this past april four net is a guy that they hope will have in his epo elliott type impact this season not necessarily the same kind of season because he certainly not running behind the same kind of offensive line at elliot did.
"michael rocco" Discussed on KCHH
"Of these brotherhood swell they used to sacrifice their first bonus on no i want to ask you played did do where you were when that michael rock a fellow it was the some of nelson raucous la and the nephew of the recently dead david raucous fellow a you'll where clyde that he was eaten alive no i didn't know that i see i never heard that oh i see well that's exactly what happens and you know if live you is wants more there's a couple of documentaries on the enigma channel that's in the too much cb dot com have to say these types of documentaries if ever they were uploaded to you know social video sharing websites that the columnist cause documentaries to get deleted very quickly michael rocco fella was ichiro line and he was eaten alive as the results of being shames on a mission by his father and by his own coke because he's uncle it's the recently day and david rocco fella can we now i'm like i'm completely just glue divison we gotta take a break okay i want to come back chris and i want you to give is this information this is this is a lot and i thought and were gonna five more about this with me tonight big fan of chris trevor artwork british off award winning film eighty seven to build on the enigma channel you see them all fuentes will all over the world over the country it's made documentaries and figure societies he has all the dearth and some of the darkest activities going on and some of the secret elite family and he of called other into knowledge of course here on round zero an unexpected treat for the show we'll be back with more of the way.
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"Ten win sports sponsored michael rocco suits here's governed i know well john as if they weren't already on it the jets secure their spot on the nadia last on saturday they were blown out for the third time in four weeks forty one to three by the patriots in foxborough bryce petty left the game with a dislocated shoulder in the second quarter he was replaced by brian ryan fitzpatrick who completed just eight passes of throwing two interceptions losses are to to come here in you know vs team if you don't play well especially here and you make mistakes are going in bears minnesota game bears the way we did in the final of the frustration might just i'm sure bring afterwards brandon marshall also called the last embarrassing in sheldon richardson said marshall should be embarrassed without going into further details gang green falling to four and eleven coach todd bowles said is hospital visit on friday was due to kidney stones that only further attention for after this season the giants on the other hand are on the nice list they are postseason bound thanks to a thirty wanted twenty four saints win over the buccaneers elsewhere in week sixteen the raiders got by the colts thirty three twenty five oakland last quarterback derek carr to a broken leg tennessee the last quarterback marcus mariota also to a broken leg they fell to jacksonville thirty eight seventeen the dolphins ran by the bills in overtime thirty four thirty one packers top the vikings thirty eight twenty five redskins all over the bears forty one twenty one falcons got by the panthers thirty three sixteen the browns picked up their first win twenty two seventeen over the chargers cardinals thirty four seahawks thirty one niners twenty two rams twenty one and the texans won the afc south beating the bengals twelve to ten christmas day is always a big one in the nba big knicks and the celtics kick off the five game slate at the garden at noon and kristaps pours in is looking forward to his first christmas day games of when those chris reserves especially with that in the bothers you wanna christmas and then the and winning day in announce over was your family gonna be the difference tough finals rematch will follow the cavs and more your sneak in cleveland at two thirty sports in fifteen and forty five around the clock kevin dexter ten ten we nice support.