NFL Play 60 Youth Football Festival/NFL Draft Media Event @ Chelsea Waterside Park
My first editing project! Last week's NFL Play 60 event from the NFL Draft media day. A great event at Chelsea Waterside Park that was attended by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, NFL Network's Steve Mariucci, and former Dallas Cowboys Lavar Arington, Tony Casillas, and "Prime Time" Deion Sanders. All the top Draft prospects shared their time with the kids for a wonderful event. We get up close with Steve Mariucci, The Miami Dolphin's pick Deion Jordon, St. Louis Rams pick Tavon Martin, and the New York Jets pick Geno Smith. Also a few words from Prime Time himself, Deion Sanders. [flickrslideshow ...
NY Jets Need To Deliver, For Their Fans Sake
I was originally asked to write this piece for the Football Reporters Online NFL Draft guide. Unfortunately, the guide was not put together for release. The piece focuses on the New York Jets, their fans, MetLife Stadium, and PSL's in regard to the Jets. The idea that a PSL is "an investment" is discussed in contrast to those who want them for future generations. This is a topic I have covered countless times. I did not want this piece to sit in limbo for eternity. Every Jets fan has their opinion on the PSL's. They are also outspoken in regards to ...
Video From The 1st Annual Fantasy Football Fest in Atlantic City, N.J.
This past August, I was in Atlantic City to cover the inaugural Fantasy Football Festival, a one-of-a-kind fantasy football experience according to the organizers, ReedPOP. This was the first time any festival or convention was organized and catered around fantasy football. ReedPOP, the production company behind New York Comic Con (the largest pop culture convention on the east coast), PAX, PAX East, UFC Fan Expo, & Star Wars Celebration organized the festival. ReedPOP is dedicated to producing celebrations of popular culture throughout the world that transcend ordinary events by providing unique access and dynamic personal experiences for consumers and fans, is organizing the ...
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Tweet Good morning and Happy Friday to everyone! Here are some highlights from the 2013 Celtic Classic Bagpipe competition. The bands in the video are Class 4 bands. The bagpipe bands are rated on a scale of 1 to 5. Class 5 being the more inexperienced bands who are still trying to hone their craft and become a more tight-knit unit. Class 1 bands are the bands who are experts at their... [Read more]
Tweet Good afterbnoon everyone! Gina and I had a very entertaining weekend at the 2013 Celtic Classic. Thousands came out for their 25th year of providing a great festival of Celtic heritage. Gina and I were kilted for the occasion. I might add a picture on that the next time. The Celtic Classic featured babpipe competitions, the 2013 Highland Games, a Highland Dance Competition, a night... [Read more]
Tweet Good morning to everyone out there who might actually be reading this. What a busy few weeks it has been moving and getting settled in to the new homestead. It has been a good kind of busy. Just think of George and Weezie moving on up. The first few days that was what I was thinking. I even did the “George Jefferson Swagger” for Gina as that is one memorable swagger.... [Read more]
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Tweet Good afternoon on this August Tuesday everyone. The Warrior Dash was this last weekend and it was a fun race. The race was the only thing fun about the day. It rained the entire morning and really made the course extra muddy. It was hard to run in areas that made sense to run in. Did you understand that? In other words, the expected dry areas to run on were now just sloppy... [Read more]
Tweet This Saturday will be my second time competing in the Warrior Dash at Lewis Morris Memorial Park in Morristown, NJ. Races like this appeal to me mainly for the obstacle course they put together. If majority of the race was an obstacle course without all the running, I would enjoy it even more. The Warrior Dash is 3.2 miles and about 15 obstacles over all kinds of terrain. You run through... [Read more]
Tweet As Gina and I occupied ourselves on our electronic devices at the airport in Dublin, I was anxiously waiting for the flight to Edinburgh. I had the same feeling, waiting on the flight to Dublin from England. The feeling of knowing a vacation is not over. That you are leaving one international destination for another, instead of heading home to New Jersey. Edinburgh, Scotland would... [Read more]
Tweet When I look back at my time in Ireland, I look on it very fondly. I always knew I would get to London, England. I just knew at some point in my life, I would get there. If you read my last piece, you know what I mean., Ireland though, never seemed to play out on the “mental travel map of life”. But because of my wife and her Irish ancestry, I knew it would only be... [Read more]