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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Easter/ Gator B-Ball/MLB opening day!

Well, there is a lot going on today: Happy Easter, Today is the day Jesus rose from the dead and said he would come back.  Gators make to the final four and take on Michigan, at 2:20.  And today is MLB opening day! I don't really care about baseball at all, but one time I went to a spring training game and the Yankees lost to the Twins.  So happy Easter and I watched Wreck-it Ralph and thought it was kinda stupid.  Bye.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

The Dark Knight Rises And Signed Free Agents

I finally got to see The Dark Knight Rises last night, I thought it was pretty good.  And I have an free agent update:  Steven Jackson went to Atlanta, Mike Wallace to Miami, Greg Jennings to Minnesota, Wes Welker to the Broncos.  And I'm very excited that the Gators won there game last night!  See you later.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

The Dark Knight Rises

I got The Dark Knight Rises from the library yesterday and haven't watched  it yet.  Really looking forward to it.  And my football coach came up to my and said " you are probably going to be our QB "  and I am reading an awesome new novel by Veronica Roth called Divergent.

Friday, March 1, 2013

The Falcons release Michael Turner, John Abraham, and Dunta Robinson.  The Bills put the franchise tag on Jairus Byrd.

 The Cincinnati Bengals plan to designate the $11.175 million franchise tag to defensive end Michael Johnson, who had 11.5 sacks last season. Read.

It's out with the old and in with the new for the Arizona Cardinals. Linebacker Stewart Bradley and cornerback William Gay were released by the team on Friday. Read

Tight end Martellus Bennett doesn't expect to be back with the New York Giants next season, and neither does receiver Ramses Barden. Are more big changes coming to Big Blue? Read

With Alex Smith taking over in Kansas City, Matt Cassel is expected to hit the open market soon. Two teams interested are the Arizona Cardinals and Minnesota Vikings, Ian Rapoport reports. Read

Mike Wallace is the biggest name available as the NFL free agency period approaches. Thursday the league raised the salary cap from $120.6 million to $123 million, sources tell Ian Rapoport. Read

Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins has a head start on the free-agent market after being cut last week. He's using his time wisely and already talking to teams. Read
I have football tryouts tomorrow, and I can't wait.  Basically all it is is they get a bunch of kids out there and have them go run, catch, pass, and stuff to see how good you are, and then they divide you in to teams.  And then practices and games start, I am so going to be QB, cuz I have two years under my belt, and I was QB last year.  Bye.