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2012 1st Round Draft Pick

2012 1st Round Draft Pick

I really don't care if this boy was covered with fur like teen wolf, he plays the hell out of some BBall!

I really don't care if this boy was covered with fur like teen wolf, he plays the hell out of some BBall!

Mebrahtom Keflezighi  and his family were #refugees from #Eritrea via #Italy to the United States, when he was age 12.

Mebrahtom Keflezighi and his family were #refugees from #Eritrea via #Italy to the United States, when he was age 12.

Love this picture. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers and Philips Rivers #17 of the San Diego Chargers greet each other on the field at the end of the game on November 6, 2011 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.

Aaron Rodgers Photos Photos: Green Bay Packers v San Diego Chargers

Love this picture. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers and Philips Rivers #17 of the San Diego Chargers greet each other on the field at the end of the game on November 6, 2011 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.

Reagan Era

Reagan Era

2012 San Diego Chargers Rookie Class (1st Three Rounds)

2012 San Diego Chargers Rookie Class (1st Three Rounds)

Baseball Great LtCol Jerry Coleman US Marine Corps (Served 1942-1964) Short Bio: Jerry Coleman's baseball career was interrupted by service in the Marine Corps during two wars. His philosophy was, "When you're country calls, you go. That's it."  In 1949, Jerry Coleman became a member of the New York Yankees. He played second base, and was awarded Rookie of the Year with a batting average of .275, 2 home runs, and 42 runs batted in.

Baseball Great LtCol Jerry Coleman US Marine Corps (Served 1942-1964) Short Bio: Jerry Coleman's baseball career was interrupted by service in the Marine Corps during two wars. His philosophy was, "When you're country calls, you go. That's it." In 1949, Jerry Coleman became a member of the New York Yankees. He played second base, and was awarded Rookie of the Year with a batting average of .275, 2 home runs, and 42 runs batted in.

Eric LeGrand played defensive tackle for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights until an on field injury paralyzed him in October of 2010. LeGrand's dreams of one day signing with an NFL team appeared they'd forever stay just that, a dream. But those dreams became a reality Wednesday.   Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach, and former Rutgers coach, Greg Schiano, signed LeGrand to the Bucs on May, 2. That day was picked to represent LeGrand's number, 52

Eric LeGrand played defensive tackle for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights until an on field injury paralyzed him in October of 2010. LeGrand's dreams of one day signing with an NFL team appeared they'd forever stay just that, a dream. But those dreams became a reality Wednesday. Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach, and former Rutgers coach, Greg Schiano, signed LeGrand to the Bucs on May, 2. That day was picked to represent LeGrand's number, 52

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