17 Burst results for "Two Hundred Sixty Pound"

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"I just don't see it happening so I believe Washington would be out the door as well as along with either Smith but the the thing with Smith though is is while he didn't really do such a great job last year as full Bandou squat. Oh he's a fantastic gamer on special teams and was brought over because besides you so he's one of his core guys for his special teams and let's not forget the special teams as important part of the team so there would probably have to be some internal discussions going on there before he smith was moved and I believe that <hes> rich would have to be <hes> coach rich would have to be <hes> you know sued over for that to happen a little bit because <hes> <hes> you know Smith is a baller on on special teams. I mean he he's he's. He's the man when it comes to that so I you know I believe that you have a very valid <hes> inside on this. I believe that you know the team does like Chris warranted like keep him on the the team moving them to fullback I it just I guess ultimately I we know he can get inside a pound of ball. I mean we saw in preseason last year and he actually has some speed for his size. He's he's a chop or slow. You know he's not just a bulldozer eight and getting crank it up when he needs to but the biggest thing is is Ken at two hundred sixty pound body audie block because he can block. I mean like legit block. I mean like go in there and and use that wait to leverage people and protect Derek Carr because that's how you get that job not just getting you know getting a one one and twos on when you need them but blocking is where if you're GONNA if you're gonNA steal that job if you're going to steal it from from angle you're going to steal from Smith you're going to steal it by blocking and protect and Derek Carr because we just said earlier and it is true that Derek Carr is the linchpin of this offense and he has to be upright to do that not only does he have to as a very valid point not only does he have to block for Derek Carr but he's also after block the running game guys like Josh Jacobs guys like Jalen Machar because when you look at jobs Jacobs Josh Segments was about to twenty you look at Rashard Rashard is about seven to eight so they kind of lighting to see when it comes to the running game so when you have a guy that six two and Dan has the speed and has the weight you expect a guy to block not only for Derek Carr but for the running game as well because you had to get those extra yards a guy that could maybe as a guy is truck and down the field you gotta extra black girl to the left or to the right of you could cut that it will enable them to cut through and get into the end zone so you had you have a lot of abilities with Chris worn and that's why I said they may have to cut Keith Smith if he doesn't work if he doesn't accept his role was strictly being on special teams they may have to go ahead and cut ties with them like I said the same about a million and a half on the cat so they could possibly you know use that to their benefit but he's going to have to be a total total team player when it comes to this next decision if they decided to do this go this route because you can't afford to lose a guy like Chris worn especially in that role especially Avi have the the running game set up now <hes> with Derek Carr in position at quarterback so I think again you're going to have to you're going to is going to be interesting to see how they make..

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A SpaceX rocket is on its way to the international space station, launches a test run for a commercially developed crew capsule, which NASA and SpaceX hope will bring astronauts to the ISS in the future. CBS news. Correspondent Mark Strassmann reports from the Kennedy Space Center, the fall goes well with today's mission SpaceX could taxi to astronauts to the station as early as July NASA administrator Jim broadens Breitenstein today. Really represents is a new era in spaceflight on this mission. The only passenger is a dummy. A smart dummy named Ripley outfitted with sensors to measure the impact of the ride for its eventual first flyers in local news households across the Pacific northwest like yours and mine are being asked to cut back their electricity used for the next week. My Hansen is with the Bonneville power administration. The federal agency which supplies more than a third of our states electricity. And he says that it hasn't. Snowed. Enough this year in areas that fill up the Columbia and snake rivers where their dams are that combined with the fact that that's not always not melting as it normally would which means there's less water in the river which results in our ability to generate hydroelectric power because of the cold electricity. Use has been high in there hoping that warmer temperatures in the next week. We'll provide some relief soon a two hundred sixty pound female black bear will return to the wild after receiving life. Saving surgery at Seattle's woodland park. Zoo spares going through a painful ordeal on its own out there in the woods and likely would have died an agonizing long drawn out death. If we wouldn't have intervened. According to Cairo seven the bear was hit by a car in Kitsap county last December, breaking her pelvis state fish and wildlife officers captured her the bear was taken to the zoo. We're veterinarians perform the surgery she's been recovering in Lynnwood. And they now expect her to be released into the woods in the near future. I'm.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"You need a dedicated department. You need dedicated employees and personnel to get into the bottom of it. And you need to react not in a way where it's like, oh, there's video out there. There's public outcry with take this series. There's a big name involved in this. We'll go to show we're serious about this. And we're going to do a thorough invested. Gatien of Zeki Elliott. No, it has to be you don't base your policy off of reaction, you base your policy off of what's right? And was right. Is your whole processes soon as there's a call as soon as any altercation. We go through the same protocol that way. You don't have to be going back and trying to cross your T's dodger is in the back end. It's already in place. And I think that was the biggest problem with the whole NFL process. Do you think Joe that Kareem hunt plays any NFL again? No. Because I see the situation a little bit similar to the Ray rights situation. And Ray never made it into the league again. Yes. That is a riveting take. But. Yeah. I mean, there is some there's obviously a lot of overlap between them the only caveat big that Kareem you can argue isn't even at the height of his career, right? I'm not saying that in the sense of because he's not racist high. He deserves it. I'm just saying you have a longer leash when you are reduced exactly production breath dollars. So he's twenty two years old. He's in his second year in the NFL. If I was putting money on it right now, if it was his odds that I had to bet I would say that he will eventually get back wanted NFL roster. But is that? Okay. Do you think that he should have the ability to continue his football career based on the information? I know is fresh and there's a lot of bag with based on the information. You do have do you think he deserves not deserves because topic time will prove that? But do you think he should be able to contain his federal football career? Well, I believe that people deserve second chances. I've I've got a lot of empathy in this two hundred sixty pound body, and obviously empathy for the victim. But also for people that can show contrition that can go through the process, whatever the NFL lays out for him is far as the pathway, maybe to potentially get back in the NFL to show that you've changed you understand the seriousness of what happened you've used it. As a learning situation, not only for yourself, but for other people so that hopefully, you're able to make the world a better place by, you know, learning from what happened, and if you're able to go through all the different checklist things, I'm sure that the NFL is going to lay out for Korean to be able to get back in maybe in a year or two he's able to have proven that he served his time essentially, and that he's he's very sorry for what happened and that he was able to make the most of it and. Like, I said he was able to go out and spread the word about ending domestic violence is I want to bring in that. Here are obviously are female voice in the show just to get her perspective on things because I don't I don't want to say we're biased Joe. But as if L players, I could see us, we do a very specific Lynn's. Right. So well, it's perspective me, and you are male NFL players. We both had very long and a lustrous careers with between the two of us ten pro bowls to Greco. So I think it's important to get somebody with different perspective. Yes. And that what are you?.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"So how could it thirty nine year old six foot, two hundred sixty pound man. Rabat's wife by the throat then getting this life and death struggle with a sixty seven year old retiree and not leave a Mark on either of them. I know how well you're just saying there was no struggle right now. Mali's clothing was torn and. There were no marks on her neck and she had this little bracelet on her wrist that wasn't bent damaged or even scratched despite this big ordeal that she claimed she had just gone through. Right? And there's no marks on father time either. No. Now, Tom said he heard noises coming from an upstairs bedroom in his daughter's home. Early that morning, the noises sounded like a disturbance. So on the spur of the moment, he grabbed a metal baseball bat that he had brought as a present for Jack. He said he saw Jason holding his daughter by the throat when he got to the master bedroom doorway. According to Tom, he instructed Jason to immediately release Molly. He claimed that Jason then put his entire arm around his wife's throat saying, I'm going to kill her. I'm going to kill her at this point. Tom said he used the baseball bat to defend himself in his daughter, and he pointed out the Jason was much bigger than either Tom or Mali both the father and daughter feared for their lives at this time. And Tom acted as any father would in the circumstances to defend his daughter and then defend himself right now, there's one other thing. He said that during this altercation. Shen or fight that Jason took the bat from him and time fell on the floor and somehow got up wrestle the battle way from Jason and hit him. Some more laughable. It almost is if it wasn't such a tragic event share you laugh at a story like that show. So. And like we said, there's absolutely no evidence of any injury to Tom also. Some kind of a slight guy. He might have been strong, but he was in his late sixties and kind of slight Jason was burly. Exactly. Yeah. I saw their pictures in the book I read by Tracy is sister sister and other than blood spatters on them on their clothing. They look great. Uh-huh. Tom in Mali, yes, no worse for wear his, they say not at all. So on January fourth, two thousand sixteen Molly anti Martens were ordered to appear before Alexis in court where they were formerly charged with said, second degree, murder and voluntary manslaughter. The Molly Anton both face the to charges. The voluntary manslaughter charge was a fallback option for the trial is something disastrous happened to the prosecution case. The main charge was that of second degree murder, which is essentially murder without premeditation differ. For manslaughter in for second degree murder. The defendant must've used malice in the fatalist saw in North Carolina. The heaviest sentence for second degree, murder conviction would be life imprisonment, and I believe it was. I agree. I believe it was planned. I do to at least by Molly, if not by her dad. I think that the somebody Molly or her father or maybe both, but Jason was asleep in the bed, and that's where the assault started. Yes. Well, after being charged both Molly and Tom were released pending their trial, and they were never remanded in custody at any stage either after the initial charger during the entire trial. But to Jason's family, the decision to charge Molly and Tom was an important first public vindication for Jason..

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Maybe thirty eight years since a wangling scored a touchdown in the big house. If I put the caveat Johnny. I'm sure you scored a touchdown in the big house, right? I know you through a bunch of touchdowns and then he takes it. Bagging said John. John said, he never scored a touchdown in the big house. He he got a few inside the two yard line, but he, he never actually score one. So as a Jared wangling scored the family touchdown in the big house. Then the other part of that story was you saw Jared jump up and he was really excited and and and fist bumping, etc. Well, it was just pure Cass after that because we could not find him as we're trying to go for two. I personnel group sent out there. Jerod wasn't in and. Then they called time out. And then we sent a different play in different personnel group, and it was Wang personnel group to have him and Mason in the backfield at the same time, and there's no Jared Wang Lord to be found. They finally tracked down. He was up, you found found them. You see what's up into a stance. He was told that he was in in the stands high, five hundred or he was behind the Lambeau leap or something. He was behind the bench high five and his brother. Yup, absolutely. Yep. And then they got him and his first thing he came without his helmet, then he had to go back, get his helmet, finally got him out there on the on the field, and we can earn the respect for the heck of a block grape block Hecker lack any celebrate that block. But the respected the players on the team have form. When he scored the touchdown, he he started down the sideline the entire team. Many met about the twenty our line. It was like going through a gamut, the God let you know he was high fine to players going over to the bench, and they were hugging him. He was sworn by the players what? What a tr- tremendous tribute to him and his contribution to this program? Yeah, it's a special team that way the, they really like each other and therefore each other, you saw the same thing with Brandon Watson when he but I couldn't get the brand new to congratulate and there. So many guys on the team when Michael one, four and went down. Yeah, we've seen a few times that the whole team to be like that and the the hush of the crowd, a lot of respects. And you can tell the love on the team. So I wanna I gotta ask now maybe that was what was going on the track coach called you yet looking for a hurdler from Ben like are they seen Ben based on time to spend some time on them, it'll team to help out. I, I don't think I've ever seen a two hundred sixty pound guy hurdle a defender. We see him truck over truck through guys, but not actually hurdle over and that really, I mean, our whole batch, you saw guys get off the bench or from the sideline. They were moving. You're not feel a movement and precedent precedent from the from the back, you know, and. That really energized our team a lot. I asked ban yesterday if he'd ever done any all your. Quite a bit in high school quite a bit in highschool. You've done that maybe out of compassion, you probably would really hit some guys in high school that put a put them through the turf. So maybe it was that a compassionate does a great plan having a secondary coach for about twelve or so years. I know exactly what went through that defensive back mind. He saw this guy coming in and he saw the that the beady I looked at that Ben will give you, and he was going to be a arrow in the snow. He was going down to the knees in the ankles. He what he didn't want any part of a mobile Bubba, the waste, and he got just a tad low. It's it's probably smart. He may not have made it to the next game because Ben would have he's toured sixty pounds. A full full head of steam is going to go through just about anybody on the defensive side of the ball. Does it was allowed to jump to see the guys they've already got momentum built up. I mean, he was kind of almost come on. It was, yeah, it was. He didn't have..

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Is there anything else that you think you might be able to hear because this isn't gonna work right in do Kadhamy there too. As leader is wind to pull the trigger for sure. You know what I'm saying? It's like, how long are you going to coach this guy versus, you know, because suddenly come in there just fucking fire. The dude. And if you do that, the problem is is that you never develop anybody and you're constantly spinning your wheels at the base level, bringing the new guy. The new guy doesn't have any skills. You fire the new guy for not having any skills you bring. Another guy is having his just constantly repeating itself, but then you have the other kind of leader who, let's dude, who is it developing stay because duty really cares about his people. He cares so much. He doesn't wanna have that conversation and then that guy the leader. Let's that guy do exactly what we just said, where he, he brings down the skill level of everybody else, the care level of everybody else. And now you've got a real fucked problem because you just fucked yourself by loving in this do too much. But what happened? I got this big smile on my face. I can see the light in your head. So bright Wipro 'cause I'm done. I've done both. And what's awesome is as I started off talking about that, I caught him leadership realize this net once you see it, now you go, okay. I've let this person be here too long. This is not good for me. I'm not being a strong leader. I need to get rid of this. Perfect. And you can make or you can say, like, look, I wanna fire this guy right now, but I haven't put any effort into it. You, you can scale it back and you can look and you can balance these dichotomy because that's what they are. It's I would say that that dichotomy is the one that I've struggled with the most knowing win to say, hey. Dude, this just isn't going to work and you know what helped me figure that out was looking well, first of all, I made a mistake like ten times in real. Okay. So let's just be real. And I think what figured it out for me made me become the because I was the guy who like just let the guy stay too much. You know what I mean? I was never a quick fire the first time I had a fire, someone who'd I cried like, because dude, I love these dues, you know what I'm saying? But this guy remember his name was Eric, and he was just never gonna make it like it was never gonna make it I couldn't do. I didn't have the skills develop them, and I don't. Honestly, I don't think I could have developed to be effective here and I remembered I felt fucking terrible. I cried on the way home like real big, two hundred sixty pound dude with them, beard crying fucking truck. You know what I'm saying? But I'm not ashamed to say that because dude, I care about my people, but what made me realize to quit doing that was that because I do true the care about them was that was holding. Those individuals back from finding success elsewhere by keeping them. Yeah, and that's, that's another point is. Again, I talk about these hard conversations and a lot of people in leadership positions have trouble telling people what they're doing wrong and counting them and letting them know. And that is actually. So having hard conversations, the worst thing you can possibly do is is not tell someone like if you're screwing up and I don't come and tell you, hey, Andy, the way you're doing this isn't working and just let it go. Let it go. He's the reason you're telling me is because I'm your boy and we hang out and you care about me. But the truth is, is that you're not telling me, yes, because you care. And if I truly cared about what you all, I would tell you Zack so you could fix yourself. Dude. I have the saying that I say all the time was like being nice. It's not being nice, seeing nice is telling the fucking truth. Everybody thinks like being nice is letting someone get away with something or letting someone slide or letting them get away with not developing their skills or a million other things..

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I didn't mind going against as a as a little db because I was always tough enough in my press coverage to kind of hold my own. When you know with Randy, it wasn't necessarily the size. It was the speed at gave me problems. It wasn't too many guys that that I felt like I couldn't run down or run step for step with Randy was one of those guys. We always seemed to run just a step faster than you. And you know if I had to race a lot of these wide receivers I played against, I probably would have beaten all of them except for probably Randy moss while any could catch and everything. Yeah. To get that he had great hands by the way. So Kelvin Benjamin comes out and criticizes Cam Newton, and he's not saying anything that shocking. I mean, I've been told by people for years that can kind of goes to the line with a play. He's not going to audible three or four times out of it. Cam has accuracy issues, those great deep ball, and he's got a cannon for an arm. Kelvin. Benjamin came out and said, you know, I wish it was a little more knowledgeable. I wish it was a little more accurate and people freak out. When you look at the criticism, what did you make of it? I mean, it's kind of Michael Vick you know, when we first have Michael Vick. You know, I can remember other players on the team, kind of, you know, who would you rather go against? Would you rather go against Mike, or would you rather go against, say, drew Brees. He was just getting to the NFC south and I was like, man, I rather go his Mike because Mike's going to kind of give you an opportunity to make a play where drew kinda just, you know, he's such a student at a game. He's gonna kind of pick you apart surgical now. Yeah, exactly. You saw later in Mike's career when he gets to Philly and kinda gets under Andy Reid and that kind of that too legit really how to be a quarterback and really learn, you know where to pick guys apart from in uses legs as a weapon instead of or as an extra weapon, as opposed to the main weapon, you know, might turn into a different quarterback and that's the same way I feel we can camp still hasn't really, you know, and it is weird to say that this guy has won an NFL MVP. Right? But he still has not reached his maximum potential of what kind of quarterback he can't be. Look how many times you face him Cam, probably three or four times, I think. And you felt generally comfortable you didn't fill, he'll was fooling you. You kind of felt comfortable in that space. I mean, you feel comfortable at the end of the day just because you're comfortable even being comfortable, doesn't prepare you for a six, five, two hundred sixty pound guy who breaks through the line are we gotta try to get him down, does after you know, kind of scramble drills and things like that extending to play, you know, running quarterbacks are easy to prepare for in a sense of what what they're doing with the ball in their hands, but they're hard to stop. Yeah, almost like we always say learning how to be a db as easy to got man, or you got some form zone actually going out and doing it is hard. I'll check in this receiver. I'm going back with. He knows where he's going to. He's running forward is hard to do, but to actually learn my assignment in what a db supposed. To do. You know it's pretty, it's one of the eases positions and learn how to play, but what did learn your assignment ashes say?.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I didn't mind going against as a as a little db because I was always tough enough in my press coverage to kind of hold my own. When you know with Randy, it wasn't necessarily the size. It was the speed at gave me problems. It wasn't too many guys that that I felt like I couldn't run down or run step for step with Randy was one of those guys. We always seemed to run just a step faster than you. And you know if I had to race a lot of these wide receivers I played against, I probably would have beaten all of them except for probably Randy moss while any could catch and everything. Yeah. To get that he had great hands by the way. So Kelvin Benjamin comes out and criticizes Cam Newton, and he's not saying anything that shocking. I mean, I've been told by people for years that can kind of goes to the line with a play. He's not going to audible three or four times out of it. Cam has accuracy issues, those great deep ball, and he's got a cannon for an arm. Kelvin. Benjamin came out and said, you know, I wish it was a little more knowledgeable. I wish it was a little more accurate and people freak out. When you look at the criticism, what did you make of it? I mean, it's kind of Michael Vick you know, when we first have Michael Vick. You know, I can remember other players on the team, kind of, you know, who would you rather go against? Would you rather go against Mike, or would you rather go against, say, drew Brees. He was just getting to the NFC south and I was like, man, I rather go his Mike because Mike's going to kind of give you an opportunity to make a play where drew kinda just, you know, he's such a student at a game. He's gonna kind of pick you apart surgical now. Yeah, exactly. You saw later in Mike's career when he gets to Philly and kinda gets under Andy Reid and that kind of that too legit really how to be a quarterback and really learn, you know where to pick guys apart from in uses legs as a weapon instead of or as an extra weapon, as opposed to the main weapon, you know, might turn into a different quarterback and that's the same way I feel we can camp still hasn't really, you know, and it is weird to say that this guy has won an NFL MVP. Right? But he still has not reached his maximum potential of what kind of quarterback he can't be. Look how many times you face him Cam, probably three or four times, I think. And you felt generally comfortable you didn't fill, he'll was fooling you. You kind of felt comfortable in that space. I mean, you feel comfortable at the end of the day just because you're comfortable even being comfortable, doesn't prepare you for a six, five, two hundred sixty pound guy who breaks through the line are we gotta try to get him down, does after you know, kind of scramble drills and things like that extending to play, you know, running quarterbacks are easy to prepare for in a sense of what what they're doing with the ball in their hands, but they're hard to stop. Yeah, almost like we always say learning how to be a db as easy to got man, or you got some form zone actually going out and doing it is hard. I'll check in this receiver. I'm going back with. He knows where he's going to. He's running forward is hard to do, but to actually learn my assignment in what a db supposed. To do. You know it's pretty, it's one of the eases positions and learn how to play, but what did learn your assignment ashes say?.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I didn't mind going against as a as a little db because I was always tough enough. Am I press coverage to kind of hold my own when you know with Randy, it wasn't necessarily the size. It was the speed that gave me problems. It wasn't too many guys that that I felt like I couldn't run down overrun step for step with what Randy was one of those guys. We always seem to run just a step faster than you. And you know if I had to race a lot of these wide receivers I played against, I probably would have beaten all of them except for probably Randy moss while and he can catch and caught everything. Yeah, every night we get that he had great hands by the way. So Kelvin Benjamin comes out and criticizes Cam. Mhm. Newton, and he's not saying anything that shocking. I mean, I've been told by people for years that Cam kind of goes to the line with a play. He's not going to audible three or four times out of it. Cam has accuracy issues, those great deep ball, and he's got a cannon for an arm. Kelvin. Benjamin came out and said, you know, I wish it was a little more knowledgeable. I wish it was a little more accurate and people freak out. When you look at the criticism, what did you make of it? I mean his candidate Michael Vick you know, when we first have Michael Vick. You know, I can remember other players on the team, kind of, you know, who would you rather go against? Would you rather go against Mike, or would you rather go against say, drew Brees. He was just getting to the NFC south and I was like, man, I rather go his Mike because Mike's gonna kinda give you an opportunity to make a play where drew kinda just, you know, he's such a student at a game. He's gonna kind of pick you apart surgical now. Yeah, exactly. You saw later it Mike's career when he gets to Philly and kinda gets under Andy Reid and that kind of that too legit really how to be a quarterback and really learn. You know where to pick guys apart from in uses legs as a weapon instead of or as an extra weapon, as opposed to the main weapon, you know, might turn into a different quarterback and that's the same way I feel we can camp still hasn't really, you know, and it is weird to say that this guy has won an NFL MVP. Right? But he still has not reached his maximum potential of what kind of quarterback he can't be. Some of the how many times you face him Cam, probably three or four times, I think. And you felt generally comfortable you didn't fill who was fooling you. You kind of felt comfortable in that space. I mean, you feel comfortable at the end of the day just because you're comfortable even being comfortable, doesn't prepare you for a six, five, two hundred sixty pound guy who breaks through the line. And are we gotta try to get him down those after you know, kind of scrambled drills and things like that, extending the play, you know, running quarterbacks are easy to prepare for in a sense of what what they're doing with the ball in their hands, but they're hard to stop. Yeah, it was almost like we always say learning how to be a db is easy enough, got man, or you got some form zone actually going out there and doing it is hard. I'll check in this receiver. I'm going back with. He knows where he's going and he's running forward. It's hard to do, but to actually learn my assignment and what a db supposed to. Do you know it's pretty is wanted to eases positions to learn how to play but or learn your assignment ashes say, but it's hard to actually do it and learn how to actually, you.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I didn't mind going against as a as a little db because I was always tough enough. Am I press coverage to kind of hold my own when you know with Randy, it wasn't necessarily the size. It was the speed that gave me problems. It wasn't too many guys that that I felt like I couldn't run down overrun step for step with what Randy was one of those guys. We always seem to run just a step faster than you. And you know if I had to race a lot of these wide receivers I played against, I probably would have beaten all of them except for probably Randy moss while and he can catch and caught everything. Yeah, every night we get that he had great hands by the way. So Kelvin Benjamin comes out and criticizes Cam. Mhm. Newton, and he's not saying anything that shocking. I mean, I've been told by people for years that Cam kind of goes to the line with a play. He's not going to audible three or four times out of it. Cam has accuracy issues, those great deep ball, and he's got a cannon for an arm. Kelvin. Benjamin came out and said, you know, I wish it was a little more knowledgeable. I wish it was a little more accurate and people freak out. When you look at the criticism, what did you make of it? I mean his candidate Michael Vick you know, when we first have Michael Vick. You know, I can remember other players on the team, kind of, you know, who would you rather go against? Would you rather go against Mike, or would you rather go against say, drew Brees. He was just getting to the NFC south and I was like, man, I rather go his Mike because Mike's gonna kinda give you an opportunity to make a play where drew kinda just, you know, he's such a student at a game. He's gonna kind of pick you apart surgical now. Yeah, exactly. You saw later it Mike's career when he gets to Philly and kinda gets under Andy Reid and that kind of that too legit really how to be a quarterback and really learn. You know where to pick guys apart from in uses legs as a weapon instead of or as an extra weapon, as opposed to the main weapon, you know, might turn into a different quarterback and that's the same way I feel we can camp still hasn't really, you know, and it is weird to say that this guy has won an NFL MVP. Right? But he still has not reached his maximum potential of what kind of quarterback he can't be. Some of the how many times you face him Cam, probably three or four times, I think. And you felt generally comfortable you didn't fill who was fooling you. You kind of felt comfortable in that space. I mean, you feel comfortable at the end of the day just because you're comfortable even being comfortable, doesn't prepare you for a six, five, two hundred sixty pound guy who breaks through the line. And are we gotta try to get him down those after you know, kind of scrambled drills and things like that, extending the play, you know, running quarterbacks are easy to prepare for in a sense of what what they're doing with the ball in their hands, but they're hard to stop. Yeah, it was almost like we always say learning how to be a db is easy enough, got man, or you got some form zone actually going out there and doing it is hard. I'll check in this receiver. I'm going back with. He knows where he's going and he's running forward. It's hard to do, but to actually learn my assignment and what a db supposed to. Do you know it's pretty is wanted to eases positions to learn how to play but or learn your assignment ashes say, but it's hard to actually do it and learn how to actually, you.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"And you have until july eighth to use that awesome bill there's no commitment so you can cancel it any of that in everybody loves that that's a big move hey i'll tell you how i know that i've no commitment to being a real host because i knew nothing there were about the i knew nothing going in i mean you can hear me during the interview scrolling through his wikipedia page trying to learn about him but he was he was electric car did he yes he does and i would serve as matt light by the way i would also like to buy this guy's jersey from now on for sure i would like the way this guy's jersey i don't say that ever but you're going to enjoy this conversation joining us now is a six foot eight man two hundred sixty pound absolute monster in the nhl history he's known as the man who got voted into the all star game in spite of gary bettman's best efforts then he goes on and wins the mvp of set all star game ladies and gentlemen john scott wow what israel so as well hank you i won't let you know i'm coming off with some really hard stuff i wanna be i just learned about this character named alex jones i was just told that he's not a comedic character is a real human my heart's broken so i'm gonna try to tough it through this interview i'm happy you enjoyed that intro though i appreciate you good stuff all right let's try to make it work here okay john obviously i alluded to it in the intro first of all thank you for your service to the nhl and a hockey for all this damn years the the enforcer goon as being somebody that's the nhl game has missing currently in one is a guy from pittsburgh i respect a lot i want to let you know that oh thank you very much no problem now let's talk about why we all hate gary bettman there was a big yup right good you agree okay so there was a big push to get you into the all star game and you didn't have the flashy numbers you obviously were there for one reason one reason only it's protect your teammates and then gary bettman tries to bury you and hide you you make it to the all star game become the mvp of the all star game how gratifying of a moment to that was that in your life that has to be up they're not going to get five kids one hundred kids you're married but when it comes to professional as a personal biz personal that had to be quite a good feeling oh yeah the best part was at center ice after the game when you accept a check from gary himself and it was just so nice i'm like seven feet on states i mean he's like i don't know tell us but it's kind of nice it's to kind of power over military my check like it was it was pretty he's going into the hall of fame this year did you know that i did just see that yeah good for him that's great is he so most commissioners most leagues are hated because they have to make decisions that fans don't like players don't like that's kind of their job gary bettman you don't have to answer for yourself but amongst players in the nhl is he well received or do you think kind of disliked amongst the the boys in locker room i think overwhelmingly just like just because of the lockout so i went through one i know he's done three of them in it's just i was on the negotiation committee for one and he's just yeah he's just kind of a little weasel who does things his way the owners love him in players i think yeah it's like with every leak though but i think especially with hockey he just goes out of his way to screw the players over a little bit as a enforcer i won't say goon do you mind the work going is that bat it's you know i don't mind guys hate it it is what it is yeah i thought so did you watch the movie with stiffler or i heard the second one sucks i didn't even bother with the first one.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"That game last night like they were just disengaged defensively their point guard issue really kinda kinda reared its head last night and they just they just got smoked so i don't really know what to expect tonight i'm kinda like you i i think clemson in my eyes right now is is built to hang with kansas if not being because they got three guards that they can go get their own shot which you have to be able to do but as a buki kid for candidate is you know he could be he could be the the difference maker the pressure released guy and that game when you've got a seven foot two hundred sixty pound kid that you can flow to around the rim and as a buki now can make jump hooks where in the past he was just strictly a dunk guy and a lob guy he's not that now he's shooting seventy seven percent from the field he may be a difference maker i think he's as close to one hundred percent because he's been he's been hurt so i think that's a kansas team because they got that inside outside stuff what's going on kind of like purdue had before they lost the haas kid i i don't know i'm going to be on the hang with them or not that's an explosive kansas off into team if they're making threes the other game that really intrigues me as is west virginia villanova i know was outstanding off offense we know that but you in west virginia can't let him shoot threes so you think okay how does that happen what i think you've got to be great at guarding the ball to take away threes because most three these days are taken off of you get the defense in a rotation because you can guard the ball will the ball gets to the paint and it's kicked out you get bad close out another another driving a kick for a wide open three i think it starts with how will can you guard the ball i think west virginia's really good at guarding the ball and i know that three point defend on the year hasn't been great but i think that the type of team that can that can that can bother villanova in this match up tonight espn's timmy dykes two hundred us on the shell pennzoil performance line let's be fair though i mean.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Is that what it changed the whole narrative of the real quick ramon and sarraj's yoda who you taking the for the next ten years of their careers so they have came in the russell wilson rasov russell wrestle or move our buyers they'll to tom versus time are you willing to give up leakers what i see myself out there i feel like man i still do this i do a better than i've ever done it so why should i stop sara by herself i'm buying that if i'm a patriots fan or an nfl fan of general i'm interested in seeing this i'm interested in seeing how he's fighting time i'm also interested in the fact that at this point in his career he stepping away from the patriots bubble little and he's saying let's focus on me let's focus on my guy alex i might t b twelve and how that might affect what we are hearing is going on in new england so that's why i'm selling zero time to wide six episodes this knobs has also if i'm bill bellichik i'm concerned and he's trying to make himself bigger than the team and that's the bill is about when it comes to everything it's football first i'm not buying any of these tv 12step every player in the nfl works out he plays a position where you're protected and yet he keeps himself in great shape he has stayed healthy for the most part it all the time is the time is a two hundred sixty pound linebacker coming around the blindside with elvis with fact that's tom because you see this is a continuation of whatever rift valley or may not be between villa checked with rating for it i think it's i think it's tom brady and i for my money the greatest quarterback of all time go ahead when other super bowl this is tom brady worrying about tom brady after his careers over fine but guess what built belgiums more worried about right now and ramona okay i'm totally buying this because i know that you don't make a documentary in few weeks locate they've been filming this our along dive into ed gotten job rather cpaps by the way he may koby's movie is worked with the broad he's worked limped serena williams ronda rousey he's like the celebrities like the athlete document harry and dues your right and so palm he's been his friends with tom he's.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"In the game on the line i want the competition to continue unless he's in some serious jeopardy and i don't think he remotely was and so we can talk about the rules and all you gotta take him but but again just like i said earlier in the show it's a combat sport people can sit and watch boxing ufc and have no pro all gutter they safe are they going to have ct we don't worry about it we enjoy the competition football combat sport you won't get your bill wrong get over it the players have the fans don't really care is all this fake media outrage because they hate football and they hate football players it's a damn combat sport cams big boy can and i thought it was an i think i'm about three times a year all see it usually of receiver that you're watching game and go get him off the field and you can see it it's obvious key west welker for denver savage earlier this year you're like i'll get him out of there with cam it was a he kept in first of all when he was on the field the guys foot bang into his helmet and the shield moved in so this never to me looked like one of those all good lord get him out of here you know how hard you gotta hit cami the six foot six two hundred sixty pound man i felt it was an i think that's what it looked like the me yeah i was totally fine with where they handed playoff game they understand what was at stake they knew they know that kim knows his body in and then to to your point and i said this earlier on on on undisputed the trainers when you have an injury in this that quit in this at this point in the game we need time we need personnel changes to take place to give us a little bit time get down that gives us more time to make should dare anderson can throw some balls that we can get in his ear little bit it gives us more time that we can buy if you just walk off the field play has to resume right away and so that you don't have that same time as far as concussion protocol goals every player just because they get hit in the head.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Finally when you watch big ben last night you didn't have the gift until matt ryan of a great quarterback i watched him last night he threw for five football fields he's forty and fourteen in december fifty five and seventeen in division i think he's like forty and what was the number of first standalone games monday night football thursday night football sudden at football he's actually better statistically in those games than the game at one o'clock nobody watches forty in sixteen in standalone games brady and manning and far have taken all the air out of the room he is we'd never in our life tony there was never a six six and a half two hundred sixty pound quarterback before him there was never want to him uh i mean you what you are a rare there aren't many guys who could play in the nba who were tied end like you when you watch big ben dhia norman all what do you make of him as he been overshadowed a little i i think so i do think you and i don't know why we we overshadow this guy because now don't get me wrong you ask anybody out there like ben roethlisberger he's ease up there he's attorney players all fame football player first ballot hall of fame i don't think i would argue with that but you're right i mean is far as the key is he does he get mentioned with montana with ninety wellbeing is should he be misery i think he should be and what okay why why why would we say that he's not supposed to be met him the woodies he's this generations john elway this is what john elway did that debt when john got a running back he was unbelievable but way he's bigger stronger than la he's a bigger stronger john elway but i dunno john away went he went to stanford he had a big college career his family were football coach is we knew and then he came in with marino so we knew elway veered big bang goes the miami of ohio had some problems off the field got kind of a bad rebel little tomlin steals the thunder brady at just don't honor i don't think we quite realise what we've been watching for fifteen years yeah and his any set a tough guy to play through all the injury.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Which kept here was which go do won the bronze comes into the moon when this six nine two hundred sixty pound juggernaut universally considered the be the best in the game is due to chew going up against instead of a bunch brothers it's never really been in a position and washed away was it and we saw what happened the brawl put on a show carry help a cleveland closed the deal is so when you look at it from that perspective the bottom line is that got a of respect for isaiah thomas but it's unproven in the later stages of postseason you know had those questions about carrie he's already aunt steven i think that there are some interesting angles from cleveland's perspective here just in regards to what's going to happen next offseason right if you're lebrun and you're the cavs you may have diametrically opposing views on what to do with that netts pick because lebron's gonna want to use that picked to trade for paul george or someone like that uh the cavs are to want is probably say well will only do that if you sign longterm if not we're going to rebuild um what do you think potentially wins out there well i think with potentially winds out his lebron james 'cause he so no the 'cause he's got a notrade clause he has the freedom to leave so you can't trade him because of the no trade clueless without his permission than after the season's up he has the freedom relief if he so chooses 'cause you certainly not going to trade him before the trend atlanta's buys and unless you want to commit suicide and you know you just went to yourself your hannity view their given enabling the gavel is right near a trade in him not in that city and so as a result of it the bottom line is is that he's holding all the cards because he can elect to stay or he can elect go not to mention the fact that when he arrived in cleveland before he arrived he had met with dan gilbert privately before he announced the decision a wrote the essay on sports illustrated.

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"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred sixty pound" Discussed on First Take

"Kevin durant's teammates allow him to make his physical advantages at this point in their career of terrorists that all i heard you say five minutes got who says the problem with that argument is you pit the warriors in six you didn't pick him in four so kevin duran is amazingly outgunned if he has the the the weapons lebron james could never even imagine why didn't you pick the sweep or like i did pick it in five you picked to close series is that it out are now that it aids your argument it's all my god this was never close to begin with would you should take them in there than men abhran james's teammates until last night where it was in fact a close game could have gone either way lebron james this teammates have not shown up until game three so they fell down in a row to hold very simple one individual actually knows basketball and he's already deri you join the border than just waiting because clearly y'all knowledge is sorely lacking the point that i'm trying to make to use this first of all will i don't have to lean towards your point because weeks ago i was argue a max kelemen as i've been arguing all year long that the gap between lebron james the rent was never that wide they're the difference there said they had a different skill said i said just like lebron was a locomotive coming at you a two hundred sixty pounds liu kevin to ran six eleven with a seven six wingspan whereas god's guilty to pull up from thirty fair world yesterday the no no i was the same place yesterday where i am right now the same exactly and that's where i'm going with this because i'm not gonna call him a better player than lebron james what i am going to say however he has always been able to shoot better than abroad james he has always been a better perimeter shooting in the brunton he has always been a bit of free throw shooter dental brunch is molly and right now what we have the situation the kevin the rent he isn't just averaging thirty four.

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