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'Mississippi miracle': Kids' reading scores have soared in Deep South states
"Kids reading scores have soared in Deep South states. Mississippi went from being ranked the second worst state in 2013 for fourth grade reading to 21st in 2022, Louisiana and Alabama were among only three states to see modest gains in fourth grade reading during the pandemic. This has been one of the most rewarding years of my career. Simone Hart is a literacy teacher at Schoenberg elementary school in New Orleans. The growth I've seen in these children have given me new purpose. These states have passed laws that emphasize phonics in early screenings for struggling kids. Joshua Lasty is a second grader. The aim is to catch problems with reading early. I'm Ed Donahue
Fresh update on "orleans" discussed on Rollye James
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Judge recuses himself from overseeing Catholic bankruptcy
"A federal judge named in an Associated Press investigation into the bankruptcy case, involving the archdiocese of New Orleans, has recused himself to avoid the appearance of a conflict. U.S. district judge Greg guidry had donated tens of thousands of dollars to the archdiocese of New Orleans, and an AP investigation found he'd been consistently ruling in favor of the church. In the case involving nearly 500 clergy sex abuse victims. A number of judges had questioned his impartiality, one legal expert Joel Friedman called it a clear and blatant conflict. Late Friday, the judge announced that he will recuse himself from the matter in order to avoid any possible appearance of personal bias or prejudice. AP's review of finance records showed guidry gave nearly $50,000 to local Catholic charities much of it coming after the archdiocese sought chapter 11 bankruptcy protection three years ago. Amid a crush of sexual abuse lawsuits. Guidry also served on the board of Catholic charities between 2002 1008. I'm Jackie Quinn
The MMQB NFL Podcast
Fresh update on "orleans" discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Biologically, teenagers are not able to get enough sleep and get up at 6 a .m. to go to school. That's just literally not possible. So we have to start high schools later. That's one of the biggest public health things we can and should do immediately. We're going to talk to the experts who will help everyday people like us explore the mysteries behind our own sleep. So listen to Chasing Sleep on the iHeart Radio app, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. All right. So you said you're doing some fence -sitting with your NFC team, which is one of my favorite pastimes. Yeah. So I had a hard time with this one because I think there's merit to both teams. I'm going to just default to the team that has the more experienced quarterback. But I think both New Orleans and Atlanta are positioned and they're positioned in different ways to make a jump this year. I think New Orleans is positioned because they've got a lot of players who I think are kind of nearing the end, right? That have been really good players for them for a long time. And now that group finally has its quarterback. They've got a couple of veteran linemen and Alvin Kamara and Mike Thomas and Cam Jordan and Marshawn Latimore. And so we forget how talented that roster is. And it sort of feels there's going to be an urgency with that group injecting Derek Carr into the mix. And Derek Carr getting into a position where I think he's got something to prove and he's going to a coach and Dennis Allen, who I think is going to work to get the most out of him and has, I think, an offensive staff that has something to prove. Atlanta, I sort of like where Atlanta's going. Their offensive line's really solid. And then they've got this position -less thing going with their skill guys with Bichon Robinson and Kyle Pitts and Drake London. And then defensively, they've got some nice young pieces and they added in the offseason.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Frank Meyers Shares His Surprising Journey to Songwriting Success
"How is being an artist? And basically as you started, I think, probably more as an artist and I'm sure riding song as well. Do you think that influenced you in your writing style? Was it mainly you were writing more for yourself and other people liked it, talk to us a little bit, you know, for the first out there who likes to perform, but also has that little bit of riding that has that riding side in them as well. Well, as I told you, I didn't come to town as a writer. I came as a guitar player, but I had put some melodies to other people's lyrics when I come to town. And getting the job with Eddie, Eddie was such a great and is such a great songwriter. You know, I just wanted to show him a few of the songs that I had put melodies to. And he liked my melodies, and it kind of went from there. We ended up we ended up writing together. We went and we hoping to show for Tanya talker down in New Orleans. In October, I guess of 81 and she had a title that she wanted Eddie to write with her and it ended up being the three of us writing the song and it was called changes. And that became the title cut of her first aristo album when eris the first moved to town. And that happened around November, I guess. And during that time, the guy that produced her was David malloy, who produced that a rabbit, so I met David and he really loved the song changes, and he said, we're going to be cutting rabbit in a few months. If you got anything, bring it over. I said, great. I will. I didn't have anything at the time, but between, you know, within the next few months, I ended up writing you and I and I took that over there and what I've written as a duet initially
AP News Radio
What's next for abortion pill after Supreme Court's order
"Members of Congress are watching the legal process of a case involving a widely used abortion pill. Now that the U.S. Supreme Court allowed its use to continue, while court appeals play out. The Supreme Court decision late Friday means nothing changes for now in access to mifepristone. Congresswoman Debbie dangle, a Democrat from Michigan, says on Fox News Sunday. The FDA's approval of the drug should stand. What they wanted to do was to ban a drug that also is used in Cushing syndrome. I was a woman that suffered from meteoroids and was trying to get pregnant. When it comes to states, passing tougher abortion restrictions. South Carolina Republican congresswoman Nancy mace warns her party not to get too extreme. The vast majority of people want some sort of gestational limits, not at, you know, not 9 months, but somewhere in the middle, they want exceptions for rape and insist they want women to have access to birth control. She spoke on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos and appeals court in New Orleans in mid may. We'll hear arguments on a Texas judge revoking the approval of mifepristone. I'm Jackie Quinn
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Carrie Sheffield Covers the Latest Abortion Pill Rulings
"It's time for our first guest of the day delighted to have her in studio, Carrie Sheffield, author, investigative journalist, we wanted to get you in last week when we had this amazing news from the U.S. district judge Matthew catch Matic, which suspended FDA approval for the abortion drug, mifepristone, which apparently is used for up to 50% of abortions in America, now the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans has put a break on that judge's decision kind of half rescinding it saying it can not be mailed out and can only be used until the 7th week of pregnancy. Tell us about this story. Who's winning the good guys, the bad guys, what do we need to know? Yes, I'm so glad we're talking about it because overall you're right, this ruling the second ruling is a half win. The first ruling was an outright absolute win for the football. Yes. Because we need to go even back further in history to win this drug was first approved. It was approved in 2000 under the Bill Clinton administration, but there's approved under the most sketchy of circumstances. And this is a pill that induces abortion. It does. It's usually taken in a two part track, but alone it is often used for ulcer treatments. So it basically starves the child by destroying the material around the uterus. It's starvation of a child is what it is. It's truly. It's like chemically inducing a miscarriage to starving of the because it lines the uterus with basically poisons that make it inhospitable for the child to eat.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Studies Show "Unprecedented" Rapidly Rising Seas in Some States
"The seas are rising as a consequence of carbon emissions and climate change. I always chuckle when I see headlines to this effect. Which seemed to appear almost with predictable frequency all over the place. And here's the latest one. This is from The Washington Post, April 10th, 2023. Seas have drastically risen along southern U.S. coast in past decade. Now let's go through the article. Scientists have documented an abnormal and dramatic surge in sea levels along the U.S. gulf and southeastern coastlines since 2010. Raising new questions about whether New Orleans, Miami, Houston, other coastal communities might be even more at risk from rising seas than once predicted. Goes on to say that this could have far reaching consequences. We're seeing the wetlands, the mangroves, the shoreline shrinking, quote, and already vulnerable landscape that is home to millions of people is growing more vulnerable, more quickly, potentially putting a large swath of America at greater risk from severe storms and flooding. Federal tide gauge data from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration say the sea level has gone up 8 inches higher than it was in 2006. Now, once they look at some data, they talk about a study in the journal of climate, which says that the sea rise has been about ten millimeters or one centimeter per year. Right there, you have to pause. Wait a minute. You're talking about the entire ocean in a particular area, and you're talking about it rising ten millimeters in a year. Well, it's 5 inches in total. And they say this is more than double the globe average. And then, of course, the writer realized this is sounding a little bit silly because what possible effect can a ten millimeter rise in the ocean have on anything.
AP News Radio
Court preserves access to abortion drug, tightens rules
"A federal appeals court is preserving access to an abortion drug, but under tighter rules. Mifepristone was approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration more than 20 years ago, and it's used in combination with a second drug determinate pregnancies, but a Texas judge ruled recently to completely block the FDA's approval of the drug following a lawsuit by the alliance defending freedom, which was also involved in the Mississippi case that led to roe V wade being overturned. Just before midnight Wednesday, the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans ruled the drug could be dispensed, but only to the 7th week of pregnancy instead of ten and not through the mail the decision could still be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. I'm Donna water
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Pelicans' Zion Williamson in a 'mental battle' to play again
"All star forward, Zion Williamson said he won't return to the New Orleans pelicans lineup until he's confident his body will respond well to the way he wants to play. Williamson says he's fine physically after recovering from a right hamstring injury suffered in early January. I know the atmosphere I would be entering based off like the playoff experience. So now it's just a matter of when I feel like Zion. The former first overall pick played in just 29 games this season, averaging 26 points and 7 rebounds, New Orleans is set to face the Oklahoma City Thunder in a Western Conference play in game on Wednesday. I'm geffen cool bar.
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Wolves suspend Gobert post-punch for play-in game vs. Lakers
"The Minnesota Timberwolves suspended center Rudy Gobert for their play in game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday after the ten year veteran threw a punch at teammate Kyle Anderson in an argument in the huddle during a timeout in the team's regular season finale. Gobert took a swing at Anderson and hit him in the upper chest in the second quarter of Minnesota's game against New Orleans on Sunday when the flustered Timberwolves were trailing by 12 points. The Timberwolves rallied to beat the pelicans one 13 to one O 8 and take 8th place in the Western Conference. I'm get some cool ball.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:17 p.m. EDT
"DP sports, I'm Mike Reeves after battling weather issues on Friday and Saturday. They were able to complete the masters on Sunday. Graham agar's has the story. John Robin has closed out a comfortable four shot victory at the masters to claim his second major title, adding the green jacket to his U.S. open crown became the fourth Spaniard to win at agusta, joining 70 by a sterile Jose Maria Osama and Sergio Garcia. Never thought I was going to cry by winning a golf tournament, but I got very close on that 18th hole. And a lot of it because of what it means to me and to Spanish golf. In the NHL, the Boston Bruins won 5 to three in Philadelphia to set a league record with their 63rd victory. Bruins goaltender, Jeremy swayman. It's hard to win in this league. There's a reason why this record's at 62, because not many teams can get there. So it's a special honor. The play in tournament pairings are set in the NBA in the east 7 seed Miami plays number 8 Atlanta. About number 9 Toronto meets number ten Chicago in the west, the Lakers are the 7th seed and they'll host number 8 Minnesota, LA forward LeBron James for us as good as we don't have to travel. We travel a lot the ladies. It's good that we get to stay here, but that doesn't make us be comfortable. The other Western Conference play in match up will feature number 9 New Orleans against number ten, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, head coach, Willie green knows what to expect from the thunder. You may not get as many shots as the scores are not going to be as higher. And we still have to attack, have tech mentality. On the diamond, the rays defeat Oakland 11 to nothing to improve their record to 9 and O pitcher drew Rasmussen. I think this organization has come to expect big things when it comes to the regular season and moving into the postseason. And so the start we're off to is unbelievable. Wide receiver Odell Beckham junior has agreed to a one year contract with the ravens Beckham did not play last season following ACL surgery and Christopher Bell held off Tyler Reddick to win the dirt race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Mike Reeves AP sports.
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Edwards leads Wolves rally past Pelicans, after Gobert punch
"Ingram's 5th career 40 point game wasn't enough to keep New Orleans out of the playground tournament. Instead, the pelicans finished 9th and will host the tenth seed thunder on Wednesday. Minnesota's win was marred by an incident on its bench in which Rudy Gobert punched teammate Kyle Anderson and was removed from the court. The Timberwolves earned the 8th seed and will visit the 7th seed Lakers in a play in game on Tuesday.
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Koepka leads Masters, NBA scramble
"A piece for it. I'm Bruce Morton. Brooks Koepka continues to sizzle at Augusta. Winner of four majors, he has a three stroke lead heading into the weekend. On Friday, he crowded a 5 under 67 leaving him at -12. Then really do too much wrong. Maybe the speed kind of got me on a few pots, striking the ball really well, leaving it in good spots. And it's what you got to do. You got to make birdies in these par 5s, take advantage of them and did a good job of that playing in 500. In second place is John romm, who got through ten holes before inclement weather on Friday, suspended play. Pro basketball, the playoff picture in the east was to a degree sorted out when Brooklyn bounced Orlando one O one 84 to clinch the 6th seed. Likes the idea of avoiding the play in tournament. The scouting piece of the preparation for it, it is at a different level. It lets us focus on Philly and hone in to what's next. Miami was chasing Brooklyn, but the heat will have to settle for a play in spot after falling to the lottery bound wizards one 14 one O 8. In the west, Golden State moved into 5th place at 43 and 38 by whooping shorthanded Sacramento one 1997. A half game back in 6th are the clippers, New Orleans is in 7th at 42 and 39 after the pelicans held off the Knicks one 13 one O 5. Trey Murphy was game high with 31 points. I'm just taking what the defense gives me. A lot of it first have, they were running out the line. They were playing me a lot closer, so you know that's when I was getting to the basket. And making plays for myself. So really, that's all it was. Meanwhile, the Lakers pulled into a tie with New Orleans by beating Phoenix one 21 one O 7. Baseball, there was only one team with a perfect record and that is Tampa Bay. The rays are 7 and zero after beating Oakland 9 5. In the NL Milwaukee improved to a league best 6 and one by blanking the cardinals four nothing. Prince Morton AP sports.
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Pelicans top Grizzlies 138-131 in OT, earn play-in spot
"The pelicans have wrapped up a playoff birth with a one 38 one 31 overtime win versus the grizzlies. Herbert Jones poured in a career high 35 points. Just trust me in my work. I'm staying aggressive. Throughout the game, not worrying about the misses. New Orleans stormed back from a 19 point deficit, only to blow a 6 point lead in the last 11 seconds of regulation. CJ McCollum had 31 points and ten rebounds and Brandon Ingram finished with 24 points and 13 rebounds. Jaron Jackson led all scores with 40 points and also had 9 rebounds and four blocks from Memphis. I'm Dave ferry.
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Court: 2018 Musk tweet unlawfully threatened UAW efforts
"A 2018 Musk tweet threatening union organizing efforts was unlawful. I'm Lisa dwyer. A federal appeals court has ruled that a 2018 Twitter post by Tesla CEO Elon Musk unlawfully threatened Tesla employees with a loss of stock options if they decided to be represented by a union. The ruling by a three judge panel of the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans upheld a March 2021 order by the national labor relations board. That ruling ordered Musk to delete the tweet. The case involved the united auto workers organizing efforts at a test facility in Fremont, California, also upheld was the board's order that Tesla reinstate and provide back pay to an employee who was fired for union organizing activity. I'm Lisa dwyer
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McCollum scores 32, Pelicans hold off Mavericks 113-106
"CJ McCollum drained 16 of his game high 32 in the fourth quarter to lead the pelicans past the Mavericks one 13 one O 6. McCollum's 7 30 point game of the season helped New Orleans win for just the second time in its last 8 games. Out of the score a lot of points in my career and it hit big shots. I'm just trying to do what I can to help the team win. So it was nice to make some shots and make some plays, but it's even better when it comes in a win. Kyrie Irving had 27 to paste Alice. Injuries affected stars on both teams, Luka Dončić added 15 for the Mavericks before leaving in the third quarter after re injuring his left thigh while Brandon Ingram had 12 for the pelicans before exiting with an ankle sprain just before halftime. I'm Denny Capp
"orleans" Discussed on NFL Live
"Back on NFL live with our top story revisit Adam Schefter, what can you tell us about Derek Carr's next step? All right, field Derek Carr heads to the New Orleans Saints. It's a four year contract in structure, but it's really closer to a two year deal with $60 million. Maybe three years if he's there for a third year, the Panthers are interested, the jets are interested, but clearly Derek Carr wanted to reunite with Dennis Allen, the Kochi work with an open with the Raiders now, the jets are looking for a quarterback still, the Panthers are looking for a quarterback still, and there are more quarterback questions as the new league year is set to begin at 4 p.m. eastern a week from Wednesday. Un ten days ahead. Great stuff. You mentioned that the jets were interested in Derek Carr, which means that they still need a quarterback last season, there were 39 quarterbacks in the NFL to throw a 150 passes, the jets had three of them in Mike white. Zach Wilson and Joe Flacco, all of them ranked in the bottom 7 in the league in total QBR and only Zach Wilson for now remains under contract for the 2023 season. All right, so Dan with Derek Carr off the table, where should New York turn now? Aaron Rodgers feels like it's been Aaron Rodgers from really the beginning and their options aren't great. It is a very difficult situation to be in. They are. I think Aaron's gonna be a jet, okay? That's just my gut feeling as of today. And I think it's one of two ways that it happens. Aaron says, I'm going to rework my contract and take less money or the packers are going to take some of it. I think he's a $58 million salary and pay some of it to take this a little bit easier on the jets. And that, for me guys, is why this is a little bit more appealing than I felt like it lasted because last week I was like, man, all that money, you have to cut some really valuable players on your football team and you're a lesser team. If they can get the packers to eat some of the salary or Aaron take a lesser amount and keep count of the roster that they have intact, then you're a top four top 5 team in the conference. One of the things you have to do when you're talking about veteran player acquisition as a front office of the coaching staff, you have to manage expectations when you're bringing in someone of this magnitude. And the reason why I say that is this, when you bring in someone like this, if you trade for Aaron Rodgers, the number one thing you better know before you do that, given what the expectations are going to be because you're not going to be able to manage manage them in this situation if you trade for them. Because the expectation is going to be Super Bowl. Look, maybe he's year to year at this point. So what are you bringing him in for? You're bringing him in to make a run at the Super Bowl. In the already loaded AFC. So the number one thing you better know is this. When is he showing up? When we have him under contract, when he's showing up. Yeah, 'cause if he says the stuff he's been saying in the past, which is, I don't need the off season. I can get up to speed at any time, and everyone else keeps saying he's the greatest of all time. He's the most talented of all time. He can drop in the off season. Well, yeah, that's great for him. But what about Garrett Wilson? What about Elijah Moore? What about Brice hall? What about all those guys who need his positive impact on the football team? Because I'll tell you what, you bring them in and you're paying that money. He shows up in August, the team starts off one in 6 two and 7, something crazy like that, and they start losing ground and already hot AFC, and then they don't make the playoffs. Shame on you then. Same on you for not understanding not managing the expectation before you brought them in there. Because that's what I'm afraid of in this situation. You're talking about a guy right now who is battling every year with whether or not he wants to still play the game. That's what I want to know. Yeah, it is certainly a risk. That much is for certain, even if it is a four time MVP that you potentially be acquired. We're going to leave the jets from where are we at with the jets and their quarterback search and where this team would be with or without Aaron Rodgers? Well, when you think about Aaron Rodgers, okay? We've just explained that. How about Jimmy Garoppolo? He's just kind of sitting around right now and the coach was with him in San Francisco. He can manage the game. He will be good in the locker room to say the least. He'll work at it. Sure. He can handle the media, right? I mean, all these things. He's played in a lot of playoff games, by the way. He has a lot of playoff experience. He's played with the coach. Coaches on the defensive side of it. He watched him practice every day. Now, maybe the coach feels different about Jimmy Garoppolo. Right. But I got a feeling that there's been some talks just quiet. Oh, just a little bit. I don't coach him. I don't disagree. I said this last week. If Aaron Rodgers is going to cost you $60 million, your first round pick and you got to cut like three valuable veterans, then I second guess it. But if you're going to tell me that Jimmy Garoppolo is going to cost you 15, $20 million, you keep that first round pick your roster stays intact. Yeah. Then I can, I can vibe with that a little bit more. The roles of dice is health. Right. The role the dice is Zach Wilson is likely playing football for you this year. Right. But about a minute left here, Louis, what are your thoughts on Jimmy Garoppolo is a potential option for the jets? If they don't acquire Aaron Rodgers. Look, I know people in San Francisco who love this dude. And a lot of the durability issues that he has had. Some people believe as though, because, you know, as great as that offense was out there, maybe he wasn't being protected as well as he could have. If he can stay healthy, I love the impact he could have on that team. It would certainly be an interesting addition for the jets and one thing is for certain they are going to absolutely turn over every stone available at quarterback. This off season because as we saw last year, this defense right at the win. A lot of the pieces of the one year for those ready guys who win. We have a massive show tomorrow as the NFL's franchise tag deadline is at 4 p.m. Eastern Time and right after that and Todd mcshay, mock draft SportsCenter special where we're Anthony Richardson land after his combine performance. Talk to you guys again. How would you love a chance to save some money on car insurance? Geico can help. Switch today and see all the ways you could save with great rates and discounts. 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"orleans" Discussed on NFL Live
"We had a big weekend in Indian year estimation. Yeah guys, Georgia outside linebacker Nolan Smith coming off at torn peck injury that happened on Halloween. He turned heads with a four three 9, which was faster than most of the running backs and wide receivers we saw. I mean, the first step quickness burst. Those are the things we're looking for, but also a 40 one and a half inch vertical, which does show that first step quickness, the lower body burst. So Smith really answered a ton of questions coming back off that upper body injury to get healthy to run as I think a lot harder than people realize. And to me, he's very similar to someone. I know Louis is familiar with. It's on Reddick, who can be that under 240 pound outside pass rusher. Lewis, what is the team going to get when they draft Nolan Smith? Really, it's about that first step quickness that Mac talked about. It's about get off. And look, one of the best things I did this past year was I went out to the pass rush summit in Vegas that is run by chuck Smith and von Miller. And all the best top pass rushers are out there. And they said this, if you can't get off the line of scrimmage, then you're not gonna be in the lead pass rusher. When you watch these clips right here and look at this young man in terms of his snap reaction, then his lateral agility, his awareness in terms of when he gets the quarterback depth of whether he needs to keep running the arc or whether he needs to stop his rust, retrace his steps back up in the pocket. He has that. He has tremendous competitive toughness and resiliency meaning you aren't going to stop him as far as his desire to hunt quarterbacks down and he scheme diverse, meaning he gets to be a 34 outside backer in odd fronts or you can put his hand down in sub and say just getting the 9 and now go to work. He will get bigger, he will get stronger. He's already got the intangibles. He is going to be hell on wheels, man. This guy's going to be a problem for people rushing the passer. And I remember last year, right after the 2020 two NFL Draft, some were wondering, could Nolan Smith be a top 5 pick in the 2023 NFL
"orleans" Discussed on NFL Live
"A man with a dream with plans to make three Clint is going to or. This is about survival. FX's snowball, the final season, all new Wednesdays, on FX, stream on Hulu. The XFL returns Saturday night as the rough next take on the guardians on FX and ESPN deportes at 70. Third fall by the brahmas, and the sea dragons and Sunday on ESPN2, the renegade square off against the battle hawks at four eastern one Pacific. That is the vipers and the defenders, the atmosphere in D.C. has been elected. Every game is also available on ESPN plus. Again, less than 24 hours from the franchise tag deadline coming our way tomorrow at four Eastern Time. Shifty, what do you know about the plans for the New York Giants as it pertains to Daniel Jones? We'll feel the Giants and Daniel Jones have been and continue to be working on a long-term extension that would then give them the flexibility to use the franchise tag on running back saquon Barkley who would be the third running back to get the franchise tag. We've seen Tony Pollard got it. A few minutes ago, Josh Jacobs got the franchise tag and saquon Barkley would become the third running back to get the franchise tag. Now the Giants and Jones continue talking. And I think there's some continued optimism that a deal can be struck by the 4 p.m. deadline eastern tomorrow so that the Giants would preserve that franchise tag and be able to use it on sacrum broker, but they feel like Brian de ball really tapped into Daniel Jones talents this year. I think Daniel Jones wants to stay in New York, both sides would like to get this deal done and I think they continue to move closer and closer to getting this deal done. We'll see whether or not they can put it across the finish line by 4 p.m. eastern tomorrow. Well, the deal does get done. One thing we can say for certain, no player made himself more money this past season than Daniel Jones, but do you think that this team should be paying Daniel Jones north of $40 million per year? No, okay. And I want to say this though. Daniel, Daniel earned the right to be the quarterback of next year for the Giants. And he earned more money. Then he was going to make at the start of August or whatever. But who are you baiting against? I mean, everyone always in this business says who you are, worth what the market is going to pay you. Who else is paying Daniel 40 plus $1 million? I can't think of a team. The jets wouldn't Seattle wooden. Carolina in Carolina is not going to Indy's not going to. They'd rather draft young kids. So that's why I sit there and who we are we bidding against and Daniel played better this year. 15 touchdowns 5 interceptions. I think the world of Brian dabel. I don't know Joe Shane, but I'm very high on him. Daniel Jones took 15 touchdowns. Justin Fields missed two games and threw more. To a missed four games and threw more deck Prescott missed 5 games in through more. So the Giants are very much so banking that he's going to get better and also the talent around him even though his contract is going to be 40 plus $1 million is going to be better because this is a huge number for a guy who basically didn't throw interceptions this year. Yeah. And I think there's a lot of things that work here. Number one, I think they feel as though they will open up things for Daniel Jones a little bit more this year relative to last year because one, they'll be able to protect him better, particularly inside where they feel as though they need to upgrade center in both guards and the two young tackles. You know, namely Evan Neil will get better Andrew Thomas was one of the best tackles in professional football last year. That's number one. Number two, they want to keep both guys because they feel as though both of them are in a role in very important to their long-term success, but here it's the strategy of trying to keep both of them. They're willing to pay a little bit more for the quarterback relative to what the risk is of him maybe not being able to perform and continue to improve instead of paying the running back a market leading contract based off of what history tells you once you pay a running backs as they hit a second contract. The risk shifts, you know, exponentially to the side of the team. So they would love to baby pay a little bit more, keep the quarterback, use the franchise tag and pay as you go for the running back. That's this business. That's just the way they're trying to conduct it. And I can see why they're hoping it works out that way. Yeah, it feels like an almost every case, a long-term contract for a quarterback is the end goal, but it might not be the worst thing if the Giants have one more year of Daniel Jones sort of playing it out to earn it on a franchise type. Let's talk about saquon Barkley here for a second. Go, how does he fit in all this? Well, he's your best player. But he plays a position that's very vulnerable. The injured running back. And he's carried the ball a lot already. And that would be my concern a little bit here. And I think he's a fantastic player. Yeah. But if you're going to pay this quarterback all this money and we just talked about it earlier that all of a sudden you're going to open this offense. Then things change. In my opinion, you become a more explosive offense because now the forward pass becomes part of what you want to do, right? And when you look at the running back situation here, he's a guy that has been nicked up song. And you got to be very careful when you start paying running backs. And he's played one full season. Take one? Yeah. Or two. Okay, two and 5 in the Daniel Jones had one good year. Yes. In 5. Not great years. No. And so now we're going to allocate 50 plus $1 million. This year, to those two players, that's a lot to take in. And again, Daniel Jones went into this season 50 touchdowns 49 turnovers. The Giants had a surprising year. So everyone's excited. And he played well and he deserves some form of a contract. No doubt. I just think 40 plus $1 million at that position for his performance is a lot to try and swallow. They can be tricky. That much is for sure. What a busy day we've had for the news. And by the way, it has not stopped as go to the AFC south, Calvin Ridley is back for the Jacksonville Jaguars nearly a year after he was suspended. He is back, chef D, but more do we know about the situation involving Calvin Ridley? We'll feel that I remember it was one year ago on a Monday, the Monday before the new league gear started that the NFL suspended Calvin Ridley one year for allegedly betting on games and almost one year to the day. One year prior to that exact date, the NFL has now reinstated calvary, but when he was suspended he was with the falcons. Now he's with the Jacksonville Jaguars and this is a big boost for the Jaguars offense. He's allowed to join that team effective immediately. He can show up. He can work out. He can begin to learn the playbook. And when you start to envision the Jaguars offense, this upcoming season, Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne, Calvin Ridley, Christian Kirk, and today they placed the franchise tag on tight end Evan Ingram to make sure that he's back in Jacksonville. So there as you laid out in that tweet field is the Jaguars offense as it's currently constituted for the 2023 season. This team is building up loads of talent on offense and Calvin Ridley will be the newest chess piece for Trevor Lawrence. Yeah, very clearly, he's a number one receiver in the NFL. If he's anything like he was back in the day, the Jaguars on paper have a top three top four offense. And now we're talking about in their division, they have the best quarterback and they have clearly the best receiver. If Calvin Ridley is even a shell of who he was in a past. Trevor Lawrence took massive leaps this year forward without that bona FIDE number one Christian Kirk is paid to be one and he performed at a pretty darn good level, but we're talking about an offense that could roll out three wide receivers now a tight end and a tailback that you go, how do we hold them down? How do we stop them? Trevor Lawrence takes that third year step like we saw Josh Allen do two years ago. We're talking about Jacksonville as a bona FIDE AFC title contestant. Do not forget. This was a trade that was consummated during the NFL's trade deadline this past season one that Jacksonville knew they weren't going to have Ridley for at least the rest of last year, pretty shrewd business done down there in Duval. Hey, still to come, Anthony Richardson put on a show at the NFL combine with a literally record breaking performance here, but we think this could
"orleans" Discussed on NFL Live
"Breaking news on the quarterback front. Derek Carr signing with the New Orleans saint on paper, it makes a ton of sense to their cars a really good quarterback in this league. You can win with Derek Carr. Carr lost in your corner. He walks in, touchdown. I don't want to waste any time. I want to win. Half of this from straight from the man himself will in a second as Michael Thomas teammate is very thankful for the new beginnings in New Orleans. Of course what he is referring to is Derek Carr, who you just saw on that opening stamp because he is headed to New Orleans say hello, welcome to NFL lot. A pretty busy studio here. Her redwood, two by left to coach and Daniel domain, our day in our lobster here on my right. We've got Lewis ready and Adam shepherd joining us as well, busy day here for chef. I feel Gates. Let's dive right into the news of the day out of New Orleans and chef Dee is gonna give us that in just a minute. Chef, what is the latest on what is taking place in New Orleans with Derek Carr. Field Derek Carr is going to sign a four year contract with the saints. He tweeted out who that nation and it's essentially a situation where New Orleans prioritized Derek Carr after the Raiders released him and allowed him to go visit. That was the one place that he spent a couple of days going to visit. He's played before with the saints head coach, Dennis Allen, who was part of the Oakland Raiders organization when they drafted Derek Carr out of college. Now, those two men will be reunited again. He had interest from the Carolina Panthers. He had interest from the jets, but clearly he wanted to go to New Orleans to play in an NFC south division right now that's lacking in quality starting quarterbacks that essentially is in a position where the saints can win that division and the saints had a good enough offer on the table. It's a four year deal, but it's really going to be about a two year $60 million contract. He can make more in the third year of the deal. The fourth year of the deal is back loaded. So really amounts to a two or three year deal for Derek Carr, but he goes to New Orleans and that is essentially the first big quarterback domino of the many to come here in the coming days with the new league year scheduled to begin a week from Wednesday at 4 p.m. eastern. Jeff de grey's stuff and as you can imagine the deal is palatable for their salary cap, although the saints never worry about finding space on the cat. During Derek Carr's tenure with the Raiders, how about this? The soap from black's defense allowed 26.1 points per game. That's the most for any starting quarterback to play at least 50 games with a single team in the Super Bowl era. Now to join a saints team, does that a top ten defense in terms of points allowed in each of the past three seasons, cars ever played with a top 15 defense in terms of points allowed in his career. Let's go to our quarterback Dan. When you think about this fit for Derek Carr. It's really good for both parties, not only Derek Carr, but the same, you know, if we think about the saints offense and what they ask of the quarterback and two things that I think Derek goes really well. One, get the ball out pretty quickly. He's really good with the quick game, making sure ball is getting spit out to the sidelines, catchable throws, and then pushing the ball downfield. I've always thought one of the more underrated default throwers in the NFL. And I think it's gonna work really well with Pete Carmichael, who's been the offensive coordinator in New Orleans for like 14 years now. And that's one of the reasons why I understood the schematic fit. I also think this, Derek's really good under center, and the saints do it a lot. If you look at the way he performs when you put him on her center and live in that play out in the world, he's very good at it. The saints like it has a big part of their offense because that offensive line still could be a top ten unit, a question is what is the roster they're going to look like after this contract comes into play because they've been over the cap and this is only going to impact that in some fashion. You know what? They have a lot of nice young pieces on the offensive side of the ball that are really going to directly benefit from Derek Carr's veteran presence, his leadership, his consistency quite honestly in terms of being a guy who's going to be hold himself accountable to other teammates and that's exactly what young guys like crystal larvae, rasheed shahid, the wide receivers Adam troutman that tight in juwan Johnson at Titan. These are guys where I've all seen play multiple times live and they are fantastic, fantastic athletes with great character who want to win football games. And Derek looked down as you mentioned, as being one of the better deep ball throwers, I think Pete Carmichael, via the Sean Payton tree, is one of the better schemers of being able to dial up those play action shots that are able to push the ball down the field. And look, anybody who hasn't seen Rashida, he play, this kid can absolutely fly. And I mean fly in Chris the lobby is one of the best route runners of all the young generation of wide receivers coming up. So he has a lot to work with, man. A ton to work with down here in New Orleans. And we'll see what the future holds for Michael Thomas with there are plenty of other pieces in place. Coach, what does it mean for the saints though right now in the NFC south? A golfing term, they are first in the Clubhouse right now. They posted a score in the NFC south and when you think about what you bring some table, not only his ability to throw the ball as you talked about play action, offense fits his skill set. But what he's going to do for the locker room. And we're losing sight of that. When you think about bringing in a quarterback, a veteran quarterback, how is he going to handle the locker room? This personality a plus. He'll get along with these players, coach, drafted him with the Raiders so he understands the mindset of the guy he's bringing to the door. There's no guesswork here. I know dairy car. I know as much about Derek Carr's anybody because I drafted him as a raider coach. So this is a good fit for Derek Carr and the same. And of course, Seamus Winston likely on the outs as a result of this move. We'll have more on the jets perspective, of course, the jets were also one of the suitors for Derek car a little bit later on in the show, but we have more news and for that would turn the chef to what is going on out in Kansas City, chef Dee. Well, field at the combine, the chiefs and the agent for defensive and Frank Clark had some discussions about a reworked contract that two sides were unable to come to an agreement and therefore in the coming days the chiefs are expected to release the 29 year old defensive end who was the NFL's third all time leading sack leader in the postseason. And so there would be one more big free agent. Now the chiefs made some news today. They're not tagging. They're offensive tackle Orlando Brown. They still would like to bring them back, see if they could work out a deal with him, but they also plan to move on from Frank Clark. So these are some of the fallout scenarios for winning the Super Bowl when you win a Super Bowl people get paid. People want more money. And Orlando Brown is going to want to be paid though. It's something to be there in Kansas City, protecting Patrick Mahomes, and then Frank Clark, who's been an asset in a force in the postseason. He'll have the chance to test the free agent market as well, and I would imagine there'll be some severe significant interest in his services. A question about that. If you actually are pretty good edge class this year in free agency, you know, we're just about 24 hours away from the NFL's deadline to use a franchise or transition tag and chesty. We're right back to you with more news out of Dallas. The Dallas Cowboys put their franchise tag on Tony Pollard. They recognized that they did not want to lose him. He means too much to their offense and so that franchise tag worth over $10 million officially was placed on Tony Pollard today and now they'll continue to try to work out the long-term deal that the two sides were unable to get done this past week in Indianapolis when the two sides met about a long-term extension. Now the running back question in Dallas, of course, will involve Ezekiel Elliott, who's got no more guaranteed money on his contract. I think there's a chance that the cowboys wind up moving on from him, he's a cut candidate, though Dallas would like to see if there's a way to restructure that contract and get it to where he's back on a lower number, but that'll be a call that Ezekiel Elliott will have to make and we'll see how that transpires and unfolds here in the coming days. It's a great point. You have to be because as of right now when things can change fast, those two running backs combined account for about $27 million on the cap in 2023. It's just the right move though on using the use of the franchise tag on Tony Pollard. Oh, no question. Tony Paul is the most explosive player in offense. And significant parts. I have two questions kind of leading going into the future with it is the leg injury that he suffered against San Francisco. How much does that impact the negotiation for the long-term deal? And
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Joe Biden Refers to Maryland's First Black Governor as 'Boy' in Speech
"Everybody. We're waiting for a few more people to get on, but we're going to get started. If that's okay with you all. And thanks for joining me. I'm here. The fema director is on the theme director Chris Walsh. She's on. And I'm here with my senior adviser and boy who knows Louisiana very, very well, man. And in New Orleans, and senator chrisman and Cedric the boy would be African American. It got so bad. On the campaign trail. And this, again, this is, this is not something that is just a slip of the tongue. This is something that Biden does all the time. I mean, all the time. As a matter of fact, back in 2007, you might remember this, senator senator then senator Biden was launching a bid for The White House. And he made a comment that he had to apologize for. I'm going to read to you what Biden said about Barack, Hussein, Obama. You ready for this one, folks? This is Joe Biden. I mean, you've got the first sort of mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice looking guy. I mean, that's a storybook man. The only thing the only thing Biden did not do was call Barack Obama a boy. But he called him articulate and bright and clean.
"orleans" Discussed on Private Dicks
"That's all the murders and I'll just kind of go through the theories now and then you guys can interject here too. Mafia. So that's the first theory. Basically, it's not really a theory. It's just kind of like, anyways, so it's got the theory vendetta. The Fanta. This theory says that there's not really a specific axe, man. It comes down to cultural differences with the Italian population being so thick in the New Orleans area. So in the late 19th century, after the Civil War, plantation owners were looking for cheap labor to replace their now illegal slave workforce. New Orleans already had a pretty big Italian population. Coming back pedal for a second and how you just referred to Italians like they're smog. They're thick. Yeah. You said the Italian population was thick. It was hanging in the air like pollution. New Orleans already had a pretty big Italian population and New Orleans before the Civil War, but once sugarcane and cotton plantations were hiring Sicilian immigrants flooded to the port of New Orleans. By 1900, New Orleans had the biggest Italian population in the south, about 20,000 immigrants, including their children, mostly sicilians. Sicilian immigrants were known to be, they wanted to get out of being working in the shitty, so they'd save their money. They wouldn't spend their money on their frugal. They didn't waste their money. What did the article say? What word does the article say that you're not using? They're just trying to, the reason I'm saying it this way, instead of going, it's because it's like fucking 5 paragraphs for them to say that these Italians like to save their money. We don't like them because they save their money because then they just leave the workforce. That's basically what they're saying. They're like, these guys are too frugal. They don't spend their money so we always lose their Italians. They go off and make their own fruit stands or whatever.
"orleans" Discussed on Private Dicks
"The accident. I'm gonna say realm of fantasy, the whole thing. Thoughts on that, anything that funny to come up before I start keep going with this. I'm beyond confused. To everything. What are you confused about? I'm still trying to figure out how hell and jazz overlap. Oh, jazz was like, jazz was like the bad people of music. New Orleans then and now too, it was like a mixture of a lot of different cultures, right? So like black people were making jazz. They invented jazz, like modern jazz. So white people were like, that's the devil's music. The black people made it. Yeah. You know? Back then, it was cool. Today, though, I, from my own personal experience, I can say that I have hard time choosing between being struck with an axe in my sleep and having to listen to jazz. So from that perspective, how jazz, one and the same, I'm not a fan. Did you see this figure? I'll tell you what, oh sorry, I keep going. All of it, I'll just any of it. I don't know if it's just because I have anxiety or what, I don't like the unpredictability of it. It's not comfortable to listen to. There's nothing soothing about just the erratic nature of it. I don't care for it. Okay, I was just curious. No further comment. Well, what do you think happened? What do you think happened from this letter? Probably the most awful thing anyone's ever heard for hours on end for one night New Orleans. Each and every jazz club on the night of the 19th was passed. You've already beds filled the city with the sounds of jazz. People were hiring bands to play their houses. They couldn't afford a band to play at their house. They went out to they put on the record player and they're blasting jazz. And can you imagine how fucking horrible that would sound? Like a 100,000 different jazz tracks. I'll just blaring at the same time. Honestly, it would actually probably not sound any different than one jazz track, Blair. And I was trying to interrupt you before you get to Jason. I don't think that radios are as loud back then though, you know? They had like a horn thing on top of it.
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"Head checked. That's how bob saw you talking? Head injury up. I just assumed he was, I didn't even read any of the articles. I just assumed old, I felt drugs. Yeah, I thought it was going to be drugs too. Yeah. But I'm going to make it because his aristocrats bid is the best one in the nearest cigarettes. I didn't know Bob Saget was in the aristocats. Was he the one playing piano? Yes, he was in the arrested cats, for sure. Meow meow, fucking meow. That's cool, dude. He's had such a rich filmography. So after Joseph's murder, it was becoming a parent, there was a trend. And it wasn't going unnoticed by anyone. The citizens, the police, the media were putting this all together. All of this was being reported by the local media. What's happening in New Orleans? I saw it described as extreme chaos. This guy was kind of starting to be described as the American Jack the Ripper, but like I said, the Americanized the fuck out of it with an axe, you know? That's way cooler than the fucking Jack the Ripper. And Italian immigrants instead of whores. And apparently he's fat. Yeah.
"orleans" Discussed on Private Dicks
"They also happen to hate jazz every one of them. The Italians, yeah, they like pruning music, you know, Frank Sinatra shit. They don't like the good jazz. They like the slow jazz. When was this again? 1818 or 19. So they hated all music because they knew one day Frank Sinatra would be born. I'm just waiting for that good shit and like 200 years. So Joseph's brother, Andrew, who is a barber, lived in their house as well. They didn't have a barbershop in their grocery store. That would be kind of weird. It wouldn't be like a grosser barber house. It was just a grocer house. The barbershop was in the same building. But it was too stores beside directly beside the grocer and I guess between the grocer and the barber, there was like a bar. I just think it would be gross if they did have the barbershop in the grocer like miss Joe slicing off a hunk of fucking salami and mister Joe sleeping on the couch in the back. Well, Andy gives you a buzz cut behind. Let's discuss. Yeah, they're Italians, though. It would track. Yeah. They're Italians they're gonna get hair in their food anyways. Oh, yeah. Anyway, so the magyars are sleeping their bed. And we know this because Andrew came home that night at about 2 a.m. after a long night of drinking at the bar next door. He had actually gotten drafted to World War I and he was people keep writing celebrating, but I don't think anybody really fucking celebrates and they get drafted to war. I think he was going there to get drunk because he's fucked, you know? Like I think he's just like my life is probably I probably dead so let's get hammered. But when he got home at 2 a.m. he said that Joseph and Catherine were already in bed and they were already sleeping. So all three, I guess or Andrew went and passed out in his bed and they slept soundly to about four 45 when Andrew is awoken by the sound of moaning coming from his brother's room that was directly beside them. Andrew wakes up, I'm assuming, I don't know this for a fact, but I'm assuming he thought he was fucking. He thought of him and the wife of fucking he like smashes on the wall like shut up and there there's people trying to sleep and then the moaning got worse and he realized, oh, they're not fucking something bad's happening. You know, it's not that it's not happy moaning. It's bad moaning.
"orleans" Discussed on Private Dicks
"This episode originally aired on March 11th, 2022 are client today is our good friend Darren wood from the defense diaries podcast. One of my favorites you should go check that out. Sorry about the audio on this one. I haven't upgraded to Starlink yet. So sometimes zoom sucks. Okay? I'm sorry. In New Orleans, is this like a famous story? You guys learned this in school? Do you guys learn about the X-Men when you're a great 7? School is one of you. No, we all learn anything in school and New Orleans ever. You guys help people solve mysteries and such. Is that running the right place? You are good day to you, sir. How did you find our service? The sign on the front desperation, you just come inside, so I came inside. I didn't realize the sign was working. Very thorough sign. I don't know if you guys. I told you specificity is the key. That's why I put you in charge of the sign, RJ. I typed it out in comic sans, and then scotch taped to the front of the door. But it was perfect. Thank you. So yeah, I got this whole X-Men murder New Orleans situation that no one can seem to figure out.
The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"orleans" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"He just watch him for another game. They're going to throw some zone at you and we saw that one a couple of years ago. Bam's out there. They're fully healthy now. They got shooters. They got versatile defenders. I don't think Monday is going to be pretty, especially when the heat set to turn up some runs against you. But the things did beat them earlier in the year. This is always the they have no chance game and you know they're gonna come out and win. Yeah. Exactly. Yep. Because you know what? You have more shock between the two stars. That's still the thing you have on that. Look, at the end of the day, the Celtics like to, you know, you always had like national TV rondo and stuff like that. Like if the Celtics are gonna look at a moment and say, we gotta bring it. It's here because you will get punked bad against the heat without a top effort. You can not have fast your way again. I mean, the heat could go on one of those extremely ice cold shooting sort of. But you can't, it's too well coached to team and they just have Gritty guys and they will expose you and they'll make you look really freaking bad if you don't bring it. So you need maximum focus maximum effort. I hope this is when they come out with, we'll see it. We're back on Tuesday once again. Monday, right? Monday, rather, sorry. Thanks to josue and sharad who are in New Orleans frigging on the road, I hope you guys are doing something good tonight. Come on. I'm about to go for shoveling around three. I'm not doing it, man. I'm not doing it. I'm going to stay here forever. I just keep looking outside. I don't want to do it. You haven't gone out once? Forget about it. With the snowdrifts, you shovel and it's right back there. I'll deal with it tomorrow. Oh, good luck. Yeah. No, thanks, buddy. All right guys, fun show. Enjoy guys. Thanks for joining everybody. We'll see you..
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"Is there some action? There's nothing going on behind me. Don't say how am I hearing this through you right now? You're on mute. It's so loud that it's breaking the mute. Breaking there's some people in front of me who are shooting and I guess could be pelicans play as well, we know. I mean, the way these shots are just clinging off the damn backboard. Yeah, Zion's getting some workout now that the arena is clear. So he doesn't want to be seen. Thousands of miles away. Can be far enough. Thousands of pounds? Oh, it's a thousands of miles. Sorry. Yeah. But the smart stuff, my read on it, Joshua is, yes, I totally. I agree with you a 1000% sure. The self motivation thing is always there. He's been frigging motivated by the garden report. You know, like we know he's looking for reasons. He bend that way. Kendrick Perkins, of course, chip on the shoulder guy from the get go. Guys like that exist and it's great because. It fuels their hate fire and that gets them going. We talked about the chefs say, John, how do you feel about the stay on this? No, no, really quickly, but the thing in this one and we all kind of talked about it. We all agree a little bit. It's almost like what strikes me about the comments recently is no one's come over the top and been like, yeah, like, oh yeah, Marcus told us he loves us and we said we love him too. Or Marcus, there's a lot of heat about Marcus being the point guard, like he's absolutely our guy. We love him. We love it when he's leading us out there. He keeps us together and he keeps us calm. There's not a lot of doubling down on what Marcus himself is saying about himself, which is weird. And we talked about that with Brad last year. No one's getting Brad's back. It kind of feels like no one's getting Marcus is back or not in a big enough way right now. So I wonder if he's kind of looking around the room like, did I kind of go too far with some of this stuff? Maybe the criticism of the Jays wasn't great. Did I lose? Did I lose them? Did I lose them somewhere? And they're kind of nodding. Yeah, and that's too bad if that's if that's happening because that's terrible. I was for it because I was getting annoyed with them. I agree with you. And it bothers me if they're not mentally strong enough to handle that kind of truth. From a guy who has been through the battles of being on a sub 500 team and getting into the playoffs to seeing them ascend to being a teenage that's a game away from getting the NBA Finals. And why would you not embrace what he's trying to talk to you about? When you know where it's coming from. He's not grandstanding. He's actually trying to help you become a better player. And his play of late is play of late as I think really kind of doubled down on what he's saying. I think early on, he was saying one thing, but his play was a little wasn't really backing that up. But the last few games, I think he really is trying to consciously will his words into action. Being more of a pass first playmaker. You're not wrong, charade. Everything you're saying is right, but what's interesting is he still feels it, he still feels doubted and then he delivered those comments before the Atlanta game, then that night in the game, you know, he enters the game with the Celtics down one..
"orleans" Discussed on The Lead
"How did they go about that process. Basically it was all hands on deck. They told one person all right. Organize five hundred meals for the next few days. They told another person. Hey we need to charter. Flights one for the players and all the staff members and one for their families. They called the players in and they said go. Gather your things. Gather your kids your family members if you wanna take your sister-in-law your mother-in-law whoever needs to be with you bring them and we will get them on this plane and then obviously they had to go secure a hotel which is never easy in the first place for a typical. Nfl game. but you're talking. Two hundred eighty people in some players and their families needed more than one room and not only that they needed buses to go to and from the airport in new orleans to and from the airport and dallas and then to practice every day. They've taken their operation on the road before many times. But they haven't had something of this quickness in this magnitude probably since hurricane katrina in two thousand five and catherine you also wrote about a pretty unique situation that the saints faced when they were trying to charter a flight. Can you tell us about that. So the saints usually charter flights from united to go to and from their away games during the season so that was the first company they called and it was not easy for a couple of reasons because one they had to convince united to fly their planes into the direction of a hurricane and then they had a really interesting and unique problem in that the united fleet or a large portion of the united fleet is being used by the government to transport refugees. Afghanistan order the commercial airlines. We're talking the ones you fly everyday. American delta united a hawaiian airlines and others eighteen of their aircraft will be called into service to actually fly american evacuees as well as afghan allies being bright out of the country so they didn't have the amount of available planes that they normally have around four pm the time that the saints took off. They were cancelling flights left and right. They're actually people stranded up in new orleans airport because they could not get a flight out of the city on saturday and sunday. Saints general manager. Mickey loomis who actually is one of the few holdovers from hurricane katrina as one of the only things that he worked about. He says he remembers sitting there and thinking. I just hope the plane comes into. What was this sudden decision to move out of new orleans like for some of the players on the team and their family members would have some of them had to say about that experience. It was a stressful time for a lot of them. A saint's linebacker tomorrow. Davis has a pregnant wife. Who's doing october. My wife is due october. Two seven and so. How far can she fly or how close she to what she can't. She's a no-fly zone but also we have family mississippi. Both parents they mississippi. So you know. Was it load up and send in to mississippi. Oh was it. bring them with me. Sometimes hurricanes do take a turn and their path is a little different than originally anticipated. So you don't always know if you're about to put someone in harm's way. And then cam jordan also brought his children in his way and he flew back to new orleans for a day. And you didn't have power. You didn't have a generator and you know. He had damaged as well. The greatest thing that i can hold is that my family is safe. I know for sure from the pictures. I've seen this morning. Our house is gonna need some immediate attention but as materialistic. I can say we're all in good health. We were saying for the storm. I think that all of the saints players and staff understand that as far as their situation goes it is a lot better than than the situation of many new orleans so they've been sure to reiterate we don't we don't have it bad. We're staying in a hotel. We're taking care of for so many other people you know. I've had friends that that. Try to drive memphis to houston to the surrounding areas. Understand the gridlock traffic. That faced understand that. You know we're gonna come back in. Some houses are going to be more.
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"orleans" Discussed on The Daily
"Richard hello. Hey kevin how are you. I'm doing okay how are you. I'm good i'm here. Where are you. I am in my parents house in uptown new orleans they've evacuated and we're trying to figure out right now whether like tens of thousands of people whether it's going to be okay for them to come back without electricity. It's just really really a slog here. It looks pretty dark there. Do you have power. So how are you. You're just talking to us because you have a lot of chargers for your cell phone or something. Yeah exactly run off a batteries and it's just becomes this this constant kind of juggling active running stuff off your car charging batteries lying in the in the tennessee williams sense on the kindness of strangers. And who are some of the people you've been and talking to well. After the storm. I kind of set out and visited a few parts of the city to see how people you have a hard time getting by on a sunny day or doing so one of the places i headed to was new orleans. East which is a low lying very flood-prone part of the city. There is a apartment complex in new orleans. East called the willows which was badly damaged in hurricane katrina. It's been fixed up and a lot of working class. People were living there. Hey what's your name. My name's andrew. How do you spell dontrelle deal including dontrelle anderson. What do you do for a living right. Now i'm here to the ball in street to street a real and i work around the bond. Okay now. also he's a guy his thirty s. He was on a bicycle. His car's in the shop and he was trying to think creatively about how to think his way out of a place. That was incredibly hot. An incredibly unpleasant like right. Now i'm coverlet riding around. Look somebody to help me get him. I try to have leaks. I fully gone on your car right. So you'd want it to get out of town but you couldn't because you had slowly on the time i don't have leaks on the ties but is like i know i mean i could've went to ban rules here here now. What i do when i get them. What would it cost me going. Yeah so the problem. The don drill many people in the city of new orleans faces is Pretty basic and also pretty tragic done drills case It was a question of having access to a car that could get him out of this kind of this zone of suffering.
"orleans" Discussed on Get Up!
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"orleans" Discussed on Get Up!
"Play on monday night and it seems to have had an impact. We don't know exactly what went into the decision but there's no question that the performance he had in this second game was apart of it. Look this is a guy that has been in their system for more than a year now he knows the offense question of course is always going to be with james ken the iron out the turnovers. We won't know that until we see the real game start but obviously the saint of achieve some level of confidence that he can do that. And it's a real credit to him are see. This is a guy who went from being pushed out and seemingly in tampa bay went played back up in new orleans and now he gets his time. Your prayers have been answered. Artsy what do you think. I'm just emotional right. You know it's been a long hard road. I just remember when we were tampa. We went down there and we ate ws. And and then there was like the fight. Thing with like mike evans and marshon lattimore. And you know a touchdown in the play offs and meeting plan. I think this is a good thing. And the reason the reason it's good is because i think it's the best thing for the new orleans saints thought. What we saw against jacksonville was the best thing for making. Now push the ball down the football down. The football field sean. Payton can now run the offense as he's always running quick timing passing but now you add the big play in the play action game and tastes him. He'll gets to go back to doing the things that he does. So well which is special teams playing h back playing tight in being the wildcat quarterback. This is the best case. Scenario for the new orleans. Saints and i believe without michael thomas for whatever stretch they have to be. This gives them the best chance to win with the defense that we all know is going to be top notch. I'm excited to see what james winston is the starting quarterback for the saints. I'm also excited to see that. Sean payton made the right decision and the best decision for this team all right. You mentioned the best chance to win. But dan you mentioned if they can cut down on the turnovers so nico do you think that sean payton can make jameis winston into this quarterback yes explosive as we've already seen but can cut down on those turnovers to lead this saints really having titled chances. Yeah well he's gonna have to sean. Payton won't put up with throwing thirty touchdowns and thirty picks so I think that he's gonna coach him up and put them in the right situations. Get the ball out of his hand. Quickly look monday night. I was shocked. I was watching that game. I was like wow. Wow was that a heck of a throw. Then do another one. I said whoa like this dude is bombs over here. Just them down the field. And that's something that we haven't seen with the saints. We know that that drew was amazing and controlling. That offense and putting the ball needs the be but he could never really push it down the field. That wasn't something that was in his game. So when i was seeing that from the saints and said okay this is sean payton really wants to do. He wants to be able to air it out a little bit but then also duck and get the ball down the field smart in effectively. So i think sean payton is gonna make sure that those interceptions are not an issue because if they do start to creep up. That's going to be a problem for this team. James is going to have to take care of the football. That's number one as the quarterback. Take care of the ball. A lot of this is about the capability though to do things that they haven't seen our research department earlier this week at a stack. Both of the touchdown passes he threw monday. Night traveled at least forty yards in the air. And the saints have had to such touchdown passes total over the past two regular.
"orleans" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"But i think if the pacers were trading savona sir asking for lot back the should i it for me. It would depend on. What's lined up for for stephen adams. I'm i'm not making any type of big commitment to start addressing hundred. I'm not trying to make any type of commitment into another big frankly like i'm tired of giving up acids for first centers In i would like investors in perimeter players are in wings. But i like the bonus a lot. And i think he'd be really good. Fit with zion but it really would depend on what they have lined up for atoms and but if if they had a legitimate trade leonard for adams where they're not attaching a pick for then sure i think lonzo signing trade lonzo kill a pick would be worth entertaining after all right well. This was awesome man. I really appreciate you taking the time Do you have anything you want to plug before you got here now. You guys can follow me at fear. The brown and A fantastic name by the way always. I always get a good chuckle. When i see twitter name so at brown and then if you wanna if you liked listening to me here i do have a podcast. It's called in the know which is an oh like new orleans. So it's in the know and i hosted with mason ginsburg who is also a pelicans writer. Infant awesome will champion. Thank you again for coming on man. Everyone of course follow everything that he does all have wants to work down below and of course as well thank you for listening to have a good day..