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    Damir Smith Biography

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    there are already so many good Quarterbacks.” I said . “ You’re gonna get picked calm down’” said my agent. “But what if I dont, this is what I have been doing my whole life and in 5 minutes it could all go to waste.” I said. “ Its ok alright, its all gonna be ok” said my agent. “ If I don’t make it then what will I do, I am only good at football!” I said. “ Exactly! thats why you’re gonna get picked” said my agent. “ But…..” I said but before I could say anything else. “ Shhhhh! its starting” “ The first pick in the NFL Draft for the Cleveland Browns is Damir Smith” said the commissioner. “ YESSS!!!” I said. That was the happiest moment of my life, but I was about to find out that the NFL wasn’t as easy as I thought. In the NFL draft he was drafted to the Cleveland Browns, although he always wanted to be on the San Francisco 49ers ever since he was a little kid, like in College he expected not to start but since the Cleveland Browns was a struggling team he got to start. That year they won the Super Bowl and Damir wasn’t really showing his potential they were just hitting harder, meaner and his worst nightmare. The next season in a preseason game he tore his ACL and was out for the season. After physical therapy he came back the following season but was traded to the Oakland Raiders. That year he won the Super Bowl, now he was really getting to understand the NFL. He was with the Oakland Raiders for 2 more years before getting traded to the San Francisco 49ers.…

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    Jim Brown was one of the best American Football players ever. He was the No. 6 Draft overall to the Cleveland Browns where he had an outstanding 9 year career. In his 9 year career he had over 1,000 yards a season for 8 years. He was a pro bowler 9 years straight and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1971. Jim Brown set the standard for all NFL fullbacks to this day. Jim Brown was one of the best American Football players ever. He was born in 1936 on St. Simons Island off the coast of…

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    Rick Dockery has been having a not too impressive NFL career. He currently is the third string quarterback for the Cleveland Browns and his stay does not last much longer. He gets cut after he blew the AFC championship game that Cleveland had in the bag. After this disaster no NFL team wants him, but he still wants to continue his football career so he turns to his agent Arnie for help. Arnie thinks it might be time to call it quits and retire, but Rick refuses. Arnie calls everyone he thought…

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    He was exciting to watch as he’d rather run then pass as he was quite greedy. Also, he was exciting as he loved to party which put him in the media often. His 2012 Heisman season he amassed 5116 yards and 47 touchdowns. It’s crazy to think that a freshman put up those numbers. 1410 of the yards and 21 of the touchdowns were picked up on the ground. To think that he only scored 5 touchdowns bringing it in himself then in the air. A lot of people think it was luck that he did that well in college…

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    4 Types Of Football Fans

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    The down on their luck fans can never seem to catch a break. These fans consist of Cleveland Browns fans, Miami Dolphins fans, and Buffalo Bills fans. These fans are by far the most annoying, always counting how many touchdowns their team needs to come back even when it’s clear there is no hope and acting like every play of every game is make or break. The worst part about it is that these fans say the same thing year in and year out, always proclaiming that this is their year or acting like the…

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    reach the Super Bowl. Cleveland Browns fans hope for this every year, but are let down again and again. At the time of writing this essay the Cleveland Browns are 0-12 and are well on their way to being winless. If they can’t manage to win a game they will be only the second team in NFL history to go 0-16 in a single season.(Gardner) How can they turn this franchise around and be competitive again? Well to answer that you have to know a little bit about the history of the Browns. In 1996 the…

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    Dallas Cowboys Injury

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    Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys number one quarterback is injured once again and he will watch from the sidelines for an undetermined amount of time. This is the fourth consecutive season that Romo has missed at least one game. However 2013 was not the beginning of his injury timeline. 2008: Broken finger and injured ribs In 2008 the Dallas Cowboys started off the season to a great start, and many thought that they were Super Bowl contenders. In a game against the Cleveland Browns, Romo was…

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    Baker Mayfield Case Study

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    Heisman Trophy winner, and newest member of the Cleveland Browns, is the subject of many skeptical views. It is true that Mayfield showed signs of inappropriate behavior, such as suggesting that an opposing team, the Kansas Jayhawks, “Suck [his] d***,” and then proceeding to grad the area in question. He served a one game suspension for these actions on the sideline. While his ambition is no doubt an issue, his talent is by no means tarnished by this. He lead the entirety of the FBS in…

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    John Ortiz Research Paper

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    John Ortiz is a recent a graduate from a highly touted dance academy. In his last semester at the academy, one of his instructors was interested in what had driven her students to find their passion in dance. So to find out she gave an assignment for each student to write a paper on how they fell in love with dance. In John’s case, falling in love with dance seemed as likely as the Cleveland Browns ever winning the Super Bowl. Growing up John was never the most slender kid. He always had a big…

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    Rage Against His Machine I am a member of the Bleeding Green Nation. I have been an avid Philadelphia Eagles fan since before I can remember. Examples of my fidelity to the organization range from an irrational adoration of retired legend Brian Dawkins (AKA Weapon X) to a deep seeded hatred of the Dallas Cowboys. My membership of the bleeding green nation has been a potent influence on my life and there is not a day that goes by where I do not check the latest news. The hiring of Chip Kelly…

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