“The great thing about this year is that the NFC East is so terrible,” said Fletcher. “You look at it and we’re in Week (11), and our leader is 5 5. So even at 3 6, we’re conceivably still in this thing. With how young he was and just maturity wise, he was beyond his years.”Sherman Williams is the owner of the Prichard Cowboys. As a former Dallas Cowboys and Crimson Tide football player, he’s worked with a lot of children, but he says Kam truly stood out.”I will definitely remember Kamden as one of the bright spots of the Prichard Cowboys soccer team, said Williams. “As a coach, you would want to coach a kid like Kam, because he follows directions.
35 overall, Memphis Grizzlies) and Denis Karas (10th round, No. 299, Miami Marlins) were the highest selections of the three major sports. Despite the draft, no recently selected Bear has yet made a major impact. They have little motivation to do the work if they know you do it. Let employees do their jobs. Mistakes are bound to happen, and it will be then that real leadership will come to the fore.
SAN DIEGO (CNS) It looks as if a new NFL football stadium in San Diego really could cost $1 billion or more.A study released Wednesday by the National University System Institute for Policy Research confirms previous estimates that a new stadium in San Diego will cost at least $725 million and more likely more than $1 billion.The costs are controversial because public funds may be used to complete the project.Last month, the chairman of a task force that’s developing a financing plan for a National Football League quality stadium in Mission Valley estimated the price tag would be between $700 million and $1.5 billion.”Developing a financing plan for a new stadium requires estimating the amount of money that will be required,” said NUSIPR President Erik Bruvold. “This report seeks to help with that effort providing a rough estimate for what San Diego will need to spend to construct a stadium similar to those going up in other NFL cities.”Bruvold said the average cost of the last 20 NFL stadiums to be built was $618 million.However, when adjusted for inflation and given the reality of construction costs in Southern California, the number increases to $898 million.Bruvold said NFL franchises are clamoring for state of the art facilities that can attract fans away from their “large TVs, dedicated viewing areas in their homes and who have a multitude of viewing options available to them,” which just add to the costs.Amenity heavy stadiums built in Dallas, New Jersey and Santa Clara and under construction in Atlanta and Minneapolis would cost $1.7 billion if built in Southern California, he said. The five most recently built facilities excluding Dallas and New Jersey would cost $1.4 billion in 2020, according to Bruivold..