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Posted 30 Aug 2014Hill has been cut per Ian Rapaport
Posted 13 Aug 2014Patriots trade for two defensive linemen, including Packers' Jerel Worthy
Posted 11 Aug 2014
Quotehttp://profootballta...-asante-samuel/Jets reach out to Asante Samuel
Posted by Mike Florio on August 10, 2014, 7:30 PM EDT
Getty ImagesWith a pair of cornerbacks suffering injuries at practice on Sunday, the Jets need help at the position. Their list of potential replacements includes a former Patriot.
Asante Samuel, whose dropped interception set the stage for David Tyree’s helmet catch in Super Bowl XLII, was contacted by the Jets, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. Per Mehta, it’s unlikely that Samuel will be signed, since the Jets plan to go younger.
Samuel, 33, appeared in 11 games with 10 starts for the Falcons in 2013. He spent four years with the Eagles after Super Bowl XLII and five before that with the Patriots.
Posted 3 Aug 2014Does anyone have any experience with this? I saw it costs $20 for the whole preseason and since I don't get the games live up here thought it may be a cool thing. It said I can stream to my lapper or tablet. It I use the wife's lapper I can use her HDMI plug and use my TV. I also have not been able to find any discount codes that work although I do see them in searches.
Posted 2 Jul 2014
QuotePosted by Curtis Crabtree on July 1, 2014, 11:29 PM EDT
Getty ImagesSergeant Bryan Dilberian lost three limbs in an explosion in Afghanistan three years ago. With the help of New York Jets owner Woody Johnson, he’s getting a new “smart home” to better accommodate his needs.
According to Dennis Waszak Jr. of the Associated Press, Johnson donated $1 million to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation for its “Building for America’s Bravest” program. The money donated will build two modified homes, including one for Dilberian.
Dilberian lost both legs and an arm when an improvised explosive device exploded. The blast killed a few others and maimed Dilberian.
The 2,800-foot, three bedroom home will be customized to meet Dilberian’s needs and feature the ability to control various aspects through the use of an iPad.
“It’s going to mean everything to me,” Dilberian said. “I’m not going to be relying on nurses coming to the house. I don’t have to rely on just, people just coming to help me. I love to cook. Now, this is going to give me the fundamentals to cook again.”
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