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    Garoppolo Case Study

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    The team has to think of a backup plan for the future, and that is where Garoppolo comes in showcasing his potential in his first two starts in the league making a lot of Patriots fans feel confidence about life after Brady. Teams like theCleveland Browns, Chicago Bears, and San Fransisco 49ers will be interested in Garoppolo due to the fact that these teams will be looking for a young quarterback that can lead the franchise and be the face of the franchise. Out of all of these teams, the most interested team will most likely be Cleveland or Chicago if they can get rid of Jay Cutler's contract. The value will him for be draft picks most likely first and second round picks. For a team like New England, that has a quarterback that is in his prime and a quarterback that has a bright future as a starter getting a high 1st round pick for the prospect would be fair value. Garoppolo would be a great choice to replace Brady when he hangs up his cleats, he is still young at age 24 that he has a great career ahead of him. He still has work to do, but the possibility how good he can be is endless if he can play like how he has in the last two…

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    Walter Payton The person that I would want to meet is Walter Payton. I picked Him because he is my idle and I love football. Walter was a NFL star. He played for the Chicago Bears. I love his autobiography ‘’Never Die Easy’’ He made it to the Hall of Fame. He is in the top 2 best running backs ever. I met Walter Payton at the bears field. It was the super bowl. I was watching him and there was a group of 3000 people. Walter said ‘’ hey do you want to go on the field?’’ I replied ‘’Yes!!!!’’ I…

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    This is Gale’s rookie year for the Chicago Bears football team. They both play running back. Throughout training camp, the competition between them heats up. Brian is a white man, and Gale is a black man. Surprisingly, during camp they are roomed together. Gale eventually wins the starting job. Gale begins to become a star. Brian plays in his shadow. The next year, Brian vows to be better, to compete for the sake of both of them. Gale wins the job again, but he gets hurt partway into the season…

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    Social Issues In Sports

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    Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks Today the National Football League seems to be the hot bed of social issues. Every time I turn on the television another football player has struck again. Our society is run by money, power, and status. One of the monsters and leading powerhouses in our society is none other than the NFL. With all the new and growing inventions in our society, groups of men throwing, catching, running, and hitting are some of the top money makers in the world. Although,…

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    Johnny Manziel or “Johnny Football” as many like to call him has been one for the record books when it comes to young athletes not using their athletic ability to the highest extent (Browns). Any athlete knows that focus and drive are what it takes and more to be successful in the sports world but what many fail to realize is that roadblocks are inevitable when opportunities arise. Take a look at Manziel’s career in college—success. He went from a great football-loving college straight on into…

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    Should the Lambeau Leap be banned? The Lambeau Leap began on December 26, 1993 (Chris Chase). LeRoy Butler (former Green Bay Packer) forces a fumble, picks up the ball and runs a touchdown for twenty-five yards (Chris Chase). With excitement, LeRoy Butler leaps into the arms of happy Green Bay Packer fans at Lambeau Stadium. From this moment, the tradition of The Lambeau Leap starts (Chris Chase). This tradition allows Packer fans to interact with the player who fight each and every Sunday…

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    Dallas Cowboys Case Study

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    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a fractured bone in his back as he tired to make a play against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3 of the preseason. Reportedly, the injury could keep him out for six to 10 weeks of the regular season. In an interview on KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Tuesday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones stated that Romo would remain on the active roster when they open the season against the New York Giants this Sunday. Jones added that he was “not really” interested…

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    different carved totems. Cole now have a carving of the spirit bear. Ever since the dance of anger, Cole finally figured how to contain anger. After 5 years Cole is the calmest person on earth. Tomorrow is the day Peter visit Cole. That morning Peter showed up angry. He was mad that he couldn’t make babies. Peter was so mad, he started arguing with Cole. Cole told him to just chill, everything gone be alright. After the visit with Cole, Peter didn’t know what to do. He lost his job, girl, and…

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    city of Chicago, Illinois, made a bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Although they came close to victory, the International Olympic Commission (IOC) awarded the hosting rights to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, while Chicago was knocked out in the first round of voting (“Rio to host 2016 Olympics,” 2009). It was a memorable win for South America as Rio became their first city to ever host an Olympics. In contrast, Chicago’s loss left its own inhabitants with some mixed feelings. While many…

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    Milan and Chicago are my two favorites cities. Have you ever wondered what Chicago and Milan have in common? Both of the cities have a strong economy and a big population, but Chicago is a modern city and Milan is old, but a little modernized. The Italian city, Milan, is recognized as the capital of design and culture whereas the American city, Chicago, is known as the Windy City. Contrasting and comparing Milano and Chicago will be based on their culture, architecture, and topography. Both…

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