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And The Leaked Naked Photos2014-Oct-30

And The Leaked Naked cheap nfl jerseys Photos

 

The Aussie Football Players, The Pregnant Schoolgirl, And The Leaked Naked Photos

 

Australian football is in the middle of a sex scandal that blows away anything we've got. Months after a 17 year old came forward claiming two footballers slept with her, she released nude photos of players and is threatening to leak tons more.

 

The St. Kilda Schoolgirl Scandal broke in May, after the AFL investigated claims by the girl, Kim Duthie. Duthie alleged she had met the St. Kilda players at a school clinic, one of the AFL's many youth outreach programs. She said she reintroduced herself a month later (the players claim this was the first time they'd met her) and ended up sleeping with two unnamed players. They were investigated and cleared because the sex was consensual and Duthie Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap lied about her age.

 

Duthie claimed she got pregnant from one of the encounters, and the baby was stillborn. Then, last week, she posted two images to Cheap NFL Jerseys her Facebook page. One nude photo of St. Nike NFL Jerseys sales Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt alongside a teammate, the other of Nick Del Santo. Printed across both images was the message: Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale "Merry Christmas Courtesy of The St. Kilda Schoolgirl."

 

It's unclear how Duthie got the photos. She claims she took them herself:

 

She said the players "didn't exactly say yes" to having the photographs wholesale jerseys taken.

 

"I said 'I'm taking a photo' and they posed for it and they didn't tell me to delete it afterwards so if you call that permission then, yeah," she told ABC radio, adding that she was fully clothed at the time.

 

But at an emotional press conference yesterday, St. Kilda player Sam Nike NFL Jerseys Gilbert said that he jokingly took the photo of Riewoldt and saved it on his computer. Riewoldt claims he was not posing, but had just gotten out of bed. ("I sleep with my clothes off like most people do, I would assume.") He says he has no idea how Duthie got the picture, maintaining that he's never met her, despite her claims to the contrary.

 

Also in question is what Duthie planned to do with the photos. Riewoldt's manager, in a Federal Court affidavit, says she asked for $20,000 to turn the photo over. It's also been alleged that she attempted to sell Wholesale Jerseys them to media outlets. But Duthie says she doesn't want money, and only wanted to get back at St. Kilda and the AFL for the way she was treated during the Schoolgirl Scandal. According to her Facebook page, "revenge is all I want."

 

She posted the photos this weekend, wholesale nfl jerseys and they quickly spread around the Internet via social networking sites. Her Facebook account was suspended, but it was too late: they were out there. Duthie had threatened to release more photos 19 or 21 more, depending on the wholesale nfl jerseys source Wholesale Jerseys China this morning when her Facebook account was reinstated, but a Federal Court order banning her from publishing them came cheap jerseys down today.

 

The photos allegedly include AFL players from many different teams, and involve drug use, according to questions she's answering right now on her Formspring page. She still says she will release them later this week, court order be damned.

 

So here we are: athlete dong meets Web 2.0. Soon, the middlemen in these sex scandals will find themselves obsolete. When you can post photos, and within hours have them circle the globe, there's no need to go to a tabloid paper or a blog to disseminate them. A single Twitter post can open Pandora's Box, and all the legal wrangling in the world can't put the penis back inside.

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Harry Douglas Among Super Subs Making A Difference2014-Oct-30

Harry Douglas Among Super Subs Making A Difference

 

Williams was lost for the season, coach Marc Trestman opined: "He's in the 'next man up' situation."

 

When New England Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo went on injured reserve, backup Dane Fletcher explained: "Our defense knows what we have to do. It's always 'next man up.'"

 

And when Dallas Cowboys pass rusher extraordinaire DeMarcus Ware's consecutive games streak was about to end at 134 because of an injury, cornerback Brandon Carr noted that missing such a key player hurts the team, "But at the same time, it's the 'next man up' mentality."

 

Those examples are all from the past few weeks alone. Yes, NFL coaches and players love to use a certain cliche when discussing the importance of adequately replacing sidelined players. Last weekend was filled with images of guys being driven off NFL fields on carts, and now we'll start to see how the "next man up" does replacing Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, Colts receiver Reggie Wayne, Texans linebacker Brian Cushing and others.

 

Here's a Pick 6 of some Anthony Barr Authentic Jersey of this season's super subs so far:

 

HARRY DOUGLAS, WR, FALCONS: Until now, Douglas was the unknown receiver for Atlanta, a No. 3 lost behind Julio Jones and Roddy White. But with Jones done for the season after foot surgery, and White missing a game for the first time in his career because of a hamstring problem, Douglas got his chance last week against Tampa Bay. He came through, too, catching all seven passes Matt Ryan threw his way for a career high 149 yards, including a 37 yard TD, during Atlanta's 31 23 win.

 

GEORGE SELVIE, DE, COWBOYS: A fourth year journeyman who didn't even sign with the Cowboys until injuries had cropped up four days into training camp, Selvie suddenly found himself getting significant playing time and even starting. With Ware out, Selvie contributed 1 sacks in last weekend's 17 3 victory at the Philadelphia Eagles that put Dallas alone atop the NFC East. He's second on the team with 4 sacks this season.

 

JULIAN EDELMAN, WR, PATRIOTS: Edelman already has topped career best numbers for catches (46) and yards receiving (455), providing a rare experienced target Anthony Barr Youth Jersey for Tom Brady and helping make up for Danny Amendola's absences because of a groin injury and concussion. With Rob Gronkowski hurt until last week, too, and Wes Welker and Aaron Hernandez gone, Edelman's been a rare bright spot for a receiving corps filled with rookies.

 

THAD LEWIS, QB, BILLS: Buffalo finally had reason to be optimistic about a young quarterback when rookie EJ Manuel showed early signs of being ready to succeed until, that is, he sprained his right knee. So Lewis was called up from the practice squad and showed quite a bit of poise with two fourth quarter touchdown passes in what would turn out to be an overtime loss to Cincinnati, then led Buffalo past the Miami Dolphins 23 21, ending a six game losing streak on the road.

 

JOIQUE BELL, RB, LIONS: When key offseason addition Reggie Bush sat out with a knee injury in Week 3, Bell got to start, and contributed 63 yards rushing and 69 yards receiving as Detroit ended a 21 year road losing streak against the Redskins. In all this season, Bell is second on the Lions to Bush with 204 yards rushing, second to Calvin Johnson with 26 catches, and his three TDs on the ground are one more than the entire rest of the roster combined.

 

BRIAN HOYER, QB, BROWNS: When starter Brandon Weeden sprained his right thumb in Week 2, Hoyer jumped from No. 3 on the depth chart to No. 1. Finally getting a chance to play after five years as an NFL backup, Hoyer proceeded to lead Cleveland to two victories in a row. And then, in Hoyer's third start which would become yet another victory for the Browns he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, requiring season ending surgery. 8, 2013, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

 

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Former Raiders tight end Todd Christensen dies during2014-Oct-30

Former Raiders tight end Todd Christensen dies during surgery at 57

 

FILE This Nov. 16, 1986 photo provided by the NFL shows Los Angeles Raiders tight end Todd Christensen (46) being congratulated by Marcus Allen (32) after scoring on a 3 yard http://www.officialbrownsfootball.com/WOMENS-JOHNNY-MANZIEL-JERSEY.html touchdown reception during the Raiders 27 14 victory over the Cleveland Browns in Los Angeles. Former Raiders tight end and five time Pro Bowler Todd Christensen died from complications during liver transplant surgery. He was 57. Christensen's son, Toby Christensen, said his father passed away Wednesday morning, Nov. 13, 2013, at Intermountain Medical Center near his home in Alpine, Utah. (AP Photo/NFL Photos)

 

SALT LAKE CITY With his penchant for poetry, Khalil Mack Jersey Todd Christensen never fit the Raiders' renegade http://www.officialnflvikingsjerseys.com/Nike-Anthony-Barr-Jersey.html mould. But that didn't keep him from becoming one of the team's best all time tight ends.

 

A five time Pro Bowl selection and two time Super Bowl winner, Christensen died from complications during liver transplant surgery Wednesday. He was 57.

 

Christensen's son, Toby Christensen, said his father died at Intermountain Medical Center near his home in Alpine, Utah. He had been waiting for 10 months for a donor liver.

 

After a stellar career at running back for BYU from 1974 77, Christensen was a second round pick for the Dallas Cowboys in the 1978 NFL draft.

 

He was waived by the Cowboys after breaking his foot in training camp but landed the next year with the Raiders, where he played for 10 seasons at tight end and won Super Bowls in 1981 and 1984.

 

In 1983, he had 92 catches, setting the NFL record at the time for tight ends. He finished the season with 1,247 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns.

 

He broke his own record three seasons later with 95 catches. He finished his pro career with 467 catches for 5,872 yards and 41 touchdowns a TD record for a Raiders tight end. He surpassed 1,000 yards receiving in three different seasons.

 

"Todd was an excellent football player and was prolific in the passing game," said former Raiders coach Tom Flores. "He was a hybrid tight end, an H back before it became a football term. He started out as a special teamer and was named our special teams captain right away while playing behind Raymond Chester and Dave Casper. He then helped us win Super Bowls."

 

Former Raiders teammate James Lofton posted to Twitter on Wednesday: "He was truly great both on and off the field."

 

Christensen, at 6 foot 3 and 230 pounds, was a thoughtful son of a professor. He even read his own poetry at a press conference for the AFC Championship game against Seattle before the Super Bowl in 1984.

 

"I thought you might be interested in something that I wrote in training camp that I think is apropos here," Christensen told the assembled media. "This is something I've written concerning the Raider organization, and this is entitled, 'A Destiny to Win.'"

 

Upon completing the 15 verse poem, many of the reporters gathered burst into applause. It was clear why Christensen's nickname was Renaissance Man. He was comical at times because no one knew what he was talking about," Flores said in a statement released by the Raiders. "I hadn't seen much of him lately but miss the fun, great times we all shared as a Raider family."

 

Christensen played on four Western Athletic Conference championship teams for BYU, Khalil Mack Women Jersey catching 152 passes for 1,568 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also had 1,089 yards rushing and seven scores. He was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in 1992.

 

"He had great skill," BYU football Hall of Fame coach LaVell Edwards told the Daily Herald of Provo, Utah. "He ran the ball well and he caught the ball extremely well. He had excellent ability in all areas and those are the things that stand out."

 

After his retirement, Christensen went into broadcasting but he also tried to break into baseball trying out for the Oakland Athletics when he was 33. And he even gave acting a shot, playing a game show host in an episode of TV's "Married With Children."

 

Christensen was a colour commentator for the NFL on NBC from 1990 94, and also worked for ESPN and the now defunct MountainWest Sports Network before handling Navy games for CBS Sports Network in the 2012 season.

 

Christensen was a devout Mormon who didn't drink, and his family believes his liver problems started 25 years ago after a "botched" gall bladder operation, his son told The Associated Press.

 

"I've been receiving hundreds of texts, Facebook postings and emails from everybody with a story about my dad," Toby Christensen Blake Bortles Authentic Jersey said.

 

A native of Pennsylvania, Christensen's family moved to Eugene, Ore., when he was a child and he became a standout at Sheldon High School. He was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.

 

Christensen is Blake Bortles Youth Jersey survived by his wife, Kathy, and four sons. The family was making plans for a funeral as early as Saturday at a local Mormon church ward house in Alpine.

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Removal of Roma children 'not normal' says activist2014-Oct-30

Removal of Roma children 'not normal' says activist

 

The events that led to the removal of two Roma children from their families this week because they did Teddy Bridgewater Authentic Jersey not resemble their biological parents were "not normal," a Roma rights activist said today.

 

Speaking at a protest outside Tallaght Garda station, Iosif Ungureanu, president of Omepado an organisation which supports Romanian citizens throughout Europe on human rights issues voiced concerns at the events of the past week.

 

He claimed that the Dublin based family had been "abused" when their child was taken away for a DNA test and that things could have been done in a "totally different" manner.

 

He added that he would be seeking to contact the family in Dublin, the garda and the Romanian embassy for their side of the story.

 

Speaking earlier, Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald said the Government would look at amending the Child Care Act in the event that the Ombudsman for Children recommended that changes should be made to the legislation.

 

"If there http://www.nflraidersofficial.com/Nike-Khalil-Mack-Jersey.html are lessons to be learned here, or if there are any changes necessary, of course government will consider those," Ms Fitzgerald told RT radio.

 

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter yesterday gave the Ombudsman for Children Emily Logan additional powers to interview any members of the Garda, even though her remit is limited to the HSE.

 

Two internal reports from the HSE and the Garda, meanwhile, are due to be completed within a fortnight before then being submitted to the Ombudsman's office.

 

The investigations were prompted by the removal of a seven year old girl, with blonde hair and blue eyes, as well as a fair haired two year old boy from their homes in Dublin and Athlone this week Teddy Bridgewater Jersey on the basis of claims that the children did not resemble their biological parents.

 

Following DNA tests it was subsequently confirmed that both children had been living with their biological parents.

 

Today's protest was organised by People Before Profit (PBT) and those in attendance urged drivers to beep against "racism (and) hate" while shouting "Ireland is a racist state".

 

People also waved placards which read "no to Garda supporting racism" and "cuts to child welfare, no cuts to racial oppression".

 

People Before Profit party member and Dublin City Councillor Brd Smith said the Roma people have a history of having their children taken from them in different countries throughout the world.

 

"The state has a very clear racist view of Roma people globally," she said while adding that the events of the past week were "shocking" and "appalling".

 

Councillor Smith also said that the reaction from many politicians on the issue was "deafening quiet".

 

Stelian Ciuciu, co ordinator international of Roma Integration Ireland, said that the image of Roma people is very important and that media coverage of this week's Derek Carr Authentic Jersey events were "not good" for it.

 

He also said that he feels the Roma community has been discriminated against and that its members in Dublin are very afraid, adding that was the reason why many of them had not come to today's protest.

 

People Before Profit local election candidate Nicholas Coules said that the state's actions on the issue give "official www.officialfootballjaguars.com/Nike-Blake-Bortles-Jersey.html sanction" to racism in Ireland.

 

"I feel that the state and in particular the guards have been pandering to regrettable racism in Irish society," he said. "Their action against these Roma children Derek Carr Youth Jersey is just a knee jerk reaction to what's happened in Greece."

 

As part of an independent inquiry both garda and social workers will be legally obliged to answer questions on their roles in removing the two children from their families.

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Why Edward Snowden Isn2014-Oct-30

Why Edward Snowden Isn

 

NSA leaker Edward Snowden appears to be a lot of things: brave, well spoken and a committed proponent of civil disobedience. But one nflfalconsofficial.com/Nike-Steven-Jackson-Jersey.html thing he almost certainly is not is Desmond Trufant Youth Jersey a refugee. was seeking his extradition on espionage charges. Ecuador's Foreign Minister, Ricardo Patio, subsequently announced via Twitter that Snowden had requested asylum in the impoverished South American country. Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees as amended in 1967 [PDF], defines a refugee: any person who

 

owing to well founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality and is unable or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to Robert Alford Kids Jersey avail himself of the protection of that country or is unwilling to return to it.

 

The convention further explicitly defines someone who is not a refugee as:

 

any person with respect to whom there are serious reasons for considering that he has committed a serious non political crime outside the country of refuge prior to his admission to that country as a refugee. (Hong Kong hasn't, and China hasn't required it to abide by the convention since it took control of the territory, but that's moot now that Snowden's in Russia.)

 

So for Snowden to be a refugee with a valid claim to asylum he would have to argue two things. First, he'd have to show that he has a well founded fear of persecution based on his political opinion. Second, he'd have to show that the crime he has admitted to, namely leaking highly classified documents, is either nonserious or political.

 

That's a tall order on all counts. law. (Germany bans public espousal of Nazism, Russia criminalizes offenses to various public figures, Ecuador just passed a restrictive press law, and so on.) If Snowden wanted to express his opinion about the surveillance state he could do so with near absolute protection under the First Amendment.

 

But even he says that's not what he's doing. Which gets to the second hurdle he has to clear. Snowden has admitted to breaking the law and said he is performing serious civil disobedience. In his first interview after coming forward as the source of the documents exposing the NSA's broad surveillance programs, he said of his actions, "When you are subverting the power of government that a fundamentally dangerous thing to democracy."

 

That was a particularly impressive and well thought out statement, but it also appears to be a stark admission that he is committing the kind of serious crime that denies him the protection of a refugee.

 

(MORE: Why Snowden Picked Moscow as His Transit Point)

 

To understand exactly why that is, it helps to focus on those for whom the international protections of asylum were originally created. for victims of genital mutilation and of persecution on the basis of sexual orientation.

 

But the convention was created to help defenseless people forced across borders by conflict, specifically World War II. They are often rendered stateless and helpless in the process and can safely return home. Under the convention, states granting asylum are doing so to give nflfalconsofficial.com/Nike-Tony-Gonzalez-Jersey.html them the protections that often only a state can in times of war shelter, security from criminal activity or exploitation and so on.

 

Different countries do that to different degrees when they face an influx of miserable, destitute people fleeing a conflict. One place that does it increasingly poorly is Ecuador. Bordering Colombia and Peru, it has faced a high rate of asylum seekers. High Commissioner for Refugees(UNHCR) recently said that in Ecuador "access to asylum has become difficult" thanks to the passage recently of a government directive that makes it harder for Colombians and others to get a fair hearing on their refugee status, and nearly impossible for them to appeal if they're denied.

 

So Ecuador may be an attractive place to seek asylum for people claiming a novel kind of political persecution, like Snowden or Julian Assange, who has spent a year in the Ecuadorean embassy in London in hopes of avoiding extradition to Sweden to face rape charges. But it is not a particularly safe place to go if you are, say, an Afro Colombian fleeing fighting in the south of that country. convention is silent on how someone is given the status of a refugee. Many countries say the first safe country arrived at should determine the validity of the claim, rather than having asylum seekers shop around for a country that will take him or her.

 

The UNHCR urges countries to presume an asylum claim is valid until the would be refugee is shown not to be in danger. Whenever he gets a final hearing on his claim, says Jana Mason of the UNHCR Washington office, the issue be determining whether he subject to persecution or legitimate prosecution. Before Snowden: Others Who Have Gone on the Lam From the Feds

 

Apparently the US did not follow the same criteria that Mr. Calabresi points out in order to get asylum when the US government granted asylum to the Isaas brothers, two Ecuadorean corrupt bankers who now live in Miami. Mr. Calabresi, are the Isaas brothers refugees? Another thing that TIME should investigate a little more is about the situation of Colombian refugees in Ecuador. According to the UN Refugee Agency, Ecuador is the Latin American country with more refugees, 98% of them Colombian.

 

Ecuadorrubber stamp legislature passed a new media law, widely known as the "gag law," that was aptly described by the Inter American Press Association as "the most serious setback for freedom of the press and of expression in the recent Robert Alford Youth Jersey history of Latin America."

 

Mr. Snowden should be particularly interested in Section 30 of the law, which bans the Desmond Trufant Authentic Jersey "free circulation, especially by means of the communications media" of information "protected under a reserve clause established by law." The legislation empowers a new superintendent of information and communication to heavily fine anyone involved in releasing such information, even before they are prosecuted in the courts. In other words, had Mr. Snowden done his leaking in Ecuador, not just he but also any journalist who received his information would be subject to immediate financial sanction, followed by prosecution.

 

Other provisions of Ecuador's new law would limit private media to 33 percent of the broadcast market and establish a new crime of "media lynching," defined as the dissemination of information to reduce the public credibility of someone such as Mr. Correa, for example. As the Committee to Protect Journalists put it, "this legislation puts into law a key goal of the Correa presidency: muzzling all critics."

 

Massimo Calabresi joined the Washington bureau of TIME in 1999 and has

 

covered the CIA, State, Justice, Treasury, Congress and the White House.

 

He covered the wars in Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo as TIME's Central

 

Europe bureau chief from 1995 to 1999 and the collapse of the Soviet

 

Union as a freelancer in Moscow in 1991.

 

CIA contact: "Hey Massi, how ya doin'? Great, great. You know, we've done you a lot of favors over the years that have been very beneficial to your career, right? Well, now we need a favor. Nothing big. Can ya do that for us? Great, thanks. See you at the CIA picnic next month. Bye bye"

 

If a boy scout's point of view prevailed in international politics, I could agree with this opinion piece. government. It's judicial arm is expendable. Constitutional protections are expendable. Look how Bradley Manning was treated, way before he came to trial. government is after you and is probably willing to destroy you no matter how your transgressions are labeled, you run the best way you know how. All political prisoners have been sentenced for breaking a law in their countries because no country admits to having political prisoners.

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If Jerry Jones really believes in Jason Garrett2014-Oct-30

If Jerry Jones really believes in Jason Garrett

 

If you Steven Jackson Jersey didn't care for the vote of confidence Jerry Jones delivered to his head coach Thursday, saying Jason Garrett will coach the team again in 2014, then you will probably hate mine. But it's better, I assure you.

 

Jones should give Garrett a 10 year contract this off season. As an owner who talks a good game and pretends to be mindful of franchise history, he should know that it has worked here.

 

If Jones truly believes he has a great head coach in place and he says he does then there's only one way to give Garrett a chance to prove it. With Jones entrenched as general manager, Garrett will never be blessed with a lot of decision making at Valley Ranch.

 

But security is another thing. Security in coaching is power.

 

For the most part, coaches in professional sports are kept on short leashes. The truly long contracts go to the likes of Baylor's Art Briles, who was just extended through the 2023 season. College athletic directors use long term deals to try to keep coaches from hopping from one campus to another. Sometimes they even work.

 

But if Garrett was blessed with almost unlimited job security, then whatever he Tony Gonzalez Jersey has that suggests greatness should manifest itself. Only when you don't live in fear of making mistakes that get you fired do you have a chance to reach your potential.

 

The funny thing is that Jones understands this at the general manager's level. His only legitimate reason for going against the grain of 31 other NFL teams and keeping himself in a permanent GM position is that it frees up the GM to take risks. He has talked at length on this subject, how he believes the NFL is ultimately a risk taker's game and that he has the only GM who doesn't fear getting called into the owner's office for placing the wrong www.nflfalconsofficial.com/Nike-Robert-Alford-Jersey.html bets.

 

This should be just as true for a coach who has many, many options from the manner in which he builds a roster to how he constructs a game plan. (Yes, Garrett remains involved in game plans even if he doesn't call plays this season).

 

A simple statement such as the one Jones issued to Tony Gonzalez Kids Jersey reporters Thursday that Garrett will be back in 2014 carries no weight. That's the most uncertain kind of security. Jones was saying similar things about Chan Gailey in his second year as head coach just a few weeks before firing him.

 

But Jones has a special fondness for Garrett. Remember it was after last year's 27 24 win over Pittsburgh, which lifted the Cowboys to 8 6, that Jones issued this statement about Garrett:

 

"He's got the kind of stuff, quality wise, that we had here for 29 years. He is that kind of person with that kind of quality," Jones said.

 

Original owner Clint Murchison had a similar feeling about Tom Landry even after a 4 10 season in 1963 gave no real indication the Cowboys were onto something after four seasons. With one year left on Landry's contract, reporters thought Murchison might fire him.

 

Instead, in February 1964, Murchison gave him a 10 year extension through 1974. "This is in line with my philosophy that when you get a good man, you keep him," Murchison said.

 

The Cowboys would make eight straight playoff trips and win a Super Bowl during that 10 year run, which would mark just the halfway point for Landry's stay in Dallas.

 

Jones issued Jimmy Johnson a 10 year contract in 1989 that seemed as preposterous as the one Murchison had announced. How could anyone know that a winner at the University of Miami would be an able replacement for Landry?

 

And yet Johnson won two Super Bowls in five years.

 

If Jones sees things that we have not yet witnessed on game day, if he honestly thinks Garrett is special, then he should give him the uncommon blessing of security that will afford him the opportunity to prove it.

 

As long as Jerry's holding court in the locker room after every game and keeping Garrett on leashes of one year or two, there's no reason to think Garrett will defy the odds and turn a losing proposition into a winning hand.

 

Jerry nflfalconsofficial.com/Nike-Desmond-Trufant-Jersey.html says he loves Cowboys history. OK, Jerry, prove it. Give Garrett 10 years and remove all these weekly monthly doubts as to his security (you can always fire him and eat $30 million 40 million).

 

For the first and only time in his life, it would have people comparing Jerry Jones to Clint Murchison.

 

Tim Cowlishaw has been The Dallas Morning News' lead sports columnist since July 1998. Prior to that he covered the Cowboys for six seasons and the Stars for three as a beat reporter.

 

Tim has been appearing regularly on ESPN"s "Around the Horn" since the show made its debut in November 2002. He also worked with ESPN as part of the network's "NASCAR Now" coverage in 2007 Steven Jackson Red Jersey 08.

 

Favorite Dallas restaurants: Park, Nick and Sam's, Kenichi.

 

Worst sports prediction: His first in college . that Earl Campbell had no shot at the Heisman Trophy.

 

Best sports memories: Seeing the Dallas Stars hoist the Stanley Cup long after midnight in Buffalo, watching the Dallas Cowboys win the Super Bowl and Texas win the national title in perfect Rose Bowl settings.

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