Antonio Brown: 20 Facts You Probably Didn't Know Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has made his cases arguably the NFL’s best wide receiver. An underrated player for most of his career Brown really elevated his game in 2014 when he became Ben Roethlisberger’s best option. Brown has been a beast in his NFL career, destroying almost every defensive player sent his way. His lightening quick speed and incredible hands make him one popular superstar, though you know a lot about the man, there’s a lot about Brown’s life that you probably don’t know. I’m just an infraction and here are 20 facts you probably didn’t know about Antonio Brown.
Jim Bowie is an amazing Man because he died defending Texas. He died at the alamo on his deathbed by getting stabbed. His death was a very gruesome consequences for being sick in bed and shooting two of the mexicans. Now if that is not a gruesome death, then you are crazy.
The person I did my essay on was Victor Cruz. Victor Cruz was born on November 11, 1986. He is from patterson nj. He is a wide receiver. He played college football at Massachusetts. He signed with the Giants in 2010. His number is 80. And Cruz put up 47 catches for 883 yards and eight touchdowns in his single season. Cruz can run 40 yards in 4.46 seconds. Also after two years of rehab, Cruz returned to NFL play on September 11, 2016.
David was satisfied when he became a major leaguer. He became the top notch even when he in the minor league. Everyone knew his name. Everyone bought his baseball shirts. He was in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame.
Cole Beasley aka “Cole World” (as most Cowboys fans like to call him) is one of the much underrated WR on offense. It’s an understatement on how important he is to this offense. The Cowboys showed how important he is by signing Beasley to a four year deal worth 13.6
Anahuac Middle School Jim Bowie Melanie Vargas Rasbeary- 7th Melanie Anahuac Middle School Jim Bowie Rasbeary-7th James bowie has seven siblings. Jim bowie’s brother Rezin made the first bowie knife. He was born in Kentucky and spent his life in Louisiana. Jim bowie was well known as a knife fighter. Bowie got permission from the Mexican government to lead an expedition. Bowie’s wife had two children but died young. Bowie fought for three hours “Bowie said he was a born leader.” said Noah Smithwick of the battle of Concepcion. Houston wanted him to raise a volunteer group and attack but General Council declared bowie
Sam Houston, one of the most illustrious political figures of Texas, but that is not all he was. Along with politics he excelled in being a business man, the study of law, a solider to the Texas army, and a family man. But how could a single man play such a significant role in the building foundations to the state of Texas? Starting with the basics of who this man is and where he came from can serve as a guide as to why he did the heroic things he did. He was a vital part in shaping not only Texas but the young and prosperous country.
Project 1 Ruben Hinojosa is a democrat politician with a liberal ideology, he was born and educated in south Texas. To be more precise, he was born in Edcouch TX in a wealthy family owner of H&H foods, a food processing company. He graduated from the university of Austin and from UTPA with business degrees.
Sam Houston was a very important man. He was a politician and he was a governor of Texas (Famous People 1). He was born on March 2, 1793, in Rockbridge County, Virginia (Famous People 1). His father was Samuel Houston and his mother was Elizabeth Paxton (Famous People 1). His father fought in the American Revolutionary War (Famous People 1). Sam Houston had eight siblings (Famous People). In 1807, his mother moved with her children to Tennessee because their father died (Famous People). When they moved to Tennessee, his brothers made him do a lot of work (TSHA 1). Sam didn’t want to do the work, so he fled across the river to go live with the Cherokees (TSHA 1). He was adopted by the chief of the Indians (TSHA 1). The chief’s name was
I am reporter Jacob Busby and today is a a monumental day in the world of sports. Today is Sunday, February third 2013, also known as Superbowl XLVII. The New Orleans Super dome is filled with purple and red jerseys ready to support the Baltimore ravens and the San Francisco
Jeffery Humble has established himself as one of the most active and respected community volunteers in Nashville and several other parts of the country. These philanthropic involvements range from volunteering for the Kentucky Junior Historical Society, hosting elaborate soirees and auctions to benefit Nashville CARES, assisting with the efforts of the Tennessee Equality Project (TEP), formerly serving in several leadership roles and functions for the Nashville Steering Committees and the Federal Club for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), and even working with Feed My People in St. Louis, MI. His efforts, fueled by an entrepreneurial spirit and love of service, are starting to gain notice. The Center for Nonprofit Management (CNM) and The Tennessean
“Let me start with issuing you a challenge: Be better than you are. Set a goal that seems unattainable, and when you reach that goal, set another one even higher.” –Herb Brooks The new rink represents the progression and unity of the sport, school, community, and state. Herb Brooks is
The story of Sam Ferris, an eleven year old boy who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. Neuroblastoma is “a life threatening cancer that affects the nervous system (Make-A-Wish 2012).” Sam always has this passion for baseball and his wish was for a baseball field to be built in his backyard, which would allow him to play with his friends whenever he wanted. Make-A-Wish knew that this was his one true wish, so they asked help from volunteers and donors to make his wish come true. The University of Mississippi and Itawamba Community College’s ground crew decided that they would contribute to building the baseball field. Those in the community generously donated the materials needed to build the baseball field such as “fencing, backstop, sod, clay,
Roy Brown through the Innocence project The innocence projects frees people all the time. That is what happened to Roy Brown. Through the help of the innocence project Roy Brown was released from jail. Through the crime, evidence and the exoneration.
Name: Course: Institution: Grit Date: Victor Cruz UMass flanker defying the Odds Grit is the drive that makes us stiffen our chins when the going is not so good. It is the Passion and perseverance of day to day activity with the hope of achieving our long term goals. Cruz (2012)., a second year wide receiver at Massachusetts had to learn this the hard way after being sent parking twice by UMass. Victor, knew that deep down in him he wanted to play for his college team but to do so, he needed to secure at least a GPA of a C average to maintain his scholarship at the institution. On realizing that failure is not an option, as the mother explained to the Dean, “there is nothing waiting for Victor at home.” “I had two strikes against me and I needed a home run just to get back to college,” Victor. He took a two hour study and retook the college board in December which he exceeded the required NCAA threshold and was back by fall, flanking for the team. Although the readmission came back with a series of frustrations, Cruz realized it had to be done anyway since this was just a drop in his long term goals, thus did some soul searching and came to the conclusion that “I could change, if I did, my future would change.” Angela, describes Victors situation as