What do you call a woman standing in the middle of a tennis court?
As long as he can make it through the season without an injury, he should be good. This will be fun to see him take the field this season for the New York Giants. Does make you wonder what kind of leg-up he would have on this season had he not been hindered. No matter. For all intents and purposes, he’s got this.
The preseason has been none too kind to former Broncos. So it is rough (for me) to have to see him on the sidelines. But Iloka only has a few more weeks to go until he can get back on the field.
Cause I certainly am not. I am not a Seattle Seahawks fan, but he did well enough for Boise State while he was here, I don’t see why he wouldn’t be solid for the Seahawks.
So that’s good. This is a write up from a Nevada paper, so seeing “NU graduate” kind of threw me off.
The Boise State runner is in her second year about, boy, she’s a busy lady!
This article should have been included the other day, but I was out of town for the eclipse and time got away from me. But this article deserves your attention.
Like the article says, Ajayi is “high risk, high reward.” I can only assume emphasis on the “high reward.”
He could be the only returning starter for the Broncos’ offensive line this year. Could be a bad thing overall, but it goes to show how rough it is on the offensive line. And how awesome Matt Paradis is.
Bouncing Bozo. I know its improbable but I feel as though I am reaching the end of the internet here pretty soon.