03 Sep 2014 - 09:07:36 pm
Narberth Man's Growing Non-profit, The First Twenty, Aims To Improve Firefighter Wellness, Earns National Support - Main Line Times - Main Line Media News
Former New York Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill and rookie free agent Kadron Boone were in Charlotte for workouts on Monday, but both players are headed home without deals. Head coach Ron Rivera spoke to the media Monday saying that the team has not extended offers to the receivers at this time, but stopped short of ruling out the possibility in the future. This means the Panthers will enter their Week 1 matchup against the Buccaneers with their current stable of receivers. Hill and Boone would have brought different things to the table. The former had potential down the line to be an impact player, provided wide receivers coach Ricky Proehl was able to improve the former second-round pick where other coaches had failed.
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It will recruit 2,000 volunteer firefighters from across the country for a six-month trial. Its really exciting just to see [The First Twenty] pop up on the radar for scientific study, said Wurtzel in an interview this week at his home station, the Narberth Fire Company. One eventual result of research may be, he said, that insurance companies may begin to pay costs of the program for firefighters, making it even more widely available. Compared to many who enter the fire service, Wurtzel, a Bucks County native, came to firefighting a little late, in his 20s. After graduating from Penn State University with a degree in business administration but no sure sense of what I wanted to do, he quickly determined that work in insurance was not for him.
Daily Slop: Hall, Amerson Will Share Responsibility for Johnson; Ihenacho Eager to Contribute vs Houston - Yahoo this one Sports
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I think it was a great tempo today. I think guys were focused in and honed in and they're ready for the season to start." Williams: "The Games Really Count Now" Redskins left tackle Trent Williams talks preparation for their first regular season game against Houston. Redskins vs Texans - Week 1 Promo (VIDEO) - HTTR4LIFE.com 2014 Predictions: Washington Redskins - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN New Redskins' safety Ihenacho eager to contribute vs Houston | Comcast SportsNet Washington "It was a blessing," said Ihenacho, who was claimed off waivers by Washington on Sunday. "Obviously, you dont want to move from where you at. I thought I was in a good position over there.