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  1. Its not a civil matter amigo. It is a criminal matter. I have had my life threatened by certain posters here for an unpopular opinión and continue to be harassed by those individuals oftentimes when I post. Furthermore I have had posters threaten bodily harm to my person and my family. In one particular case the moderators locked and shut the thread down. Allow me to educate you regarding the legality of what goes on regarding this behavior on social media: Bullying someone through the use of an electronic communications device or means (phone, text message, instant message, email, social networking site posting, or other means) is “cyberbullying.” In Georgia, cyberbullying is a form of criminal stalking. (Ga. Code Ann. § 16-5-90.) A person commits stalking by: contacting another person without the recipients consent (including contact via electronic communications), or placing another person under surveillance, including electronic surveillance for the purpose of harassing and intimidating the other person. (Ga. Code Ann. § 16-5-90.) “contact” For purposes of Georgia’s criminal cyberbullying laws, “contact” is defined as any communication, including “in person, by telephone, by mail, by broadcast, by computer, by computer network, or by any other electronic device.” (Ga. Code Ann. § 16-5-90.) “harassing and intimidating” For purposes of Georgia’s criminal cyberbullying laws, “harassing and intimidating” is defined as a “knowing and willful course of conduct directed at a specific person” that causes emotional distress by placing the victim in reasonable fear for his or her own safety or the safety of an immediate family member, and establishes a pattern of behavior that serves no legitimate purpose. (Ga. Code Ann. § 16-5-90.) A person may be guilty of stalking even if he or she makes no overt threat of death or bodily injury toward the victim. How is Cyberbullying Punished in Georgia? Stalking is a misdemeanor in Georgia. (Ga. Code Ann. § 16-5-90.) A person convicted of misdemeanor stalking in Georgia faces a jail sentence of up to 12 months, a fine of up to $1,000, or both. (Ga. Code Ann. § 17-10-3.) So the bottom line is….if you are guilty of trying to intimidate individuals on line....you can go to jail for it. Keep it clean and respectful and everybody enjoys the boards!
  2. When did I ever say send Julio to Green Bay? You guys need to stop insulting people and read the thread before posting your hate on Blast! “Don't be in a hurry to condemn because he doesn't do what you do or think as you think or as fast. There was a time when you didn't know what you know today.” ― Malcolm X
  3. Keep insulting me if it pleases you but this is not the fórum for insults and hate speech either. “Don't be in a hurry to condemn because he doesn't do what you do or think as you think or as fast. There was a time when you didn't know what you know today.” ― Malcolm X
  4. Those are Game checks in 2018!
  5. TRUTH
  6. He had 67 tackles, four passes defended and two interceptions last season. He has nine interceptions in his career. Parker, 30, had been a starter for the Chiefs each of the past four seasons. He missed just one game during that time. Parker was asked to take a pay cut and declined. He became a free agent after five seasons with the Chiefs. Ron Parker Atlanta Falcons Position: Free safety Personal information Born: (1987-08-17) August 17, 1987 (age 30) St. Helena Island, South Carolina Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Weight: 206 lb (93 kg) Career information High school: Beaufort (SC) College: Newberry Undrafted: 2011 Career history Seattle Seahawks (2011)* Oakland Raiders (2011) Seattle Seahawks (2011) Carolina Panthers (2012) Seattle Seahawks (2012) Kansas City Chiefs (2013–2017) * Offseason and/or practice squad member only Career NFL statistics as of 2017 Total tackles: 320 Sacks: 7.0 Forced fumbles: 5 Pass deflections: 43 Interceptions: 9
  7. Nice Vid.....Thanks for posting…..Looks like comp for Rico......
  8. Yeah. He is worth a look....posted above.
  9. Coming off a big redshirt freshman campaign, Brandon Bryant appeared poised to become one of the defensive leaders for Mississippi State in 2016. That goal never materialized and unfortunately, Bryant’s career never even came to a satisfactory conclusion in Starkville. Following the staff changeover this offseason at Mississippi State, Bryant did not practice with the team in the spring. He later announced his transfer from the program. Now, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Bryant has applied for the upcoming NFL supplemental draft. Bruce Feldman of the Athletic has also reported the news. If you are unfamiliar with the supplemental draft, NFL teams have the opportunity to select players in Rounds 1 – 7 but forfeit that selection in the upcoming draft if used. So if someone were to take a flyer on Bryant and select him in Round 5 of the supplemental draft, that team would lose its Round 5 draft pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Considering his elite athleticism, there’s a chance Bryant is selected in the supplemental draft. The former MSU defensive back made NFL.com’s fastest players list as well as most freakish athletes list last offseason. 8. Brandon Bryant, S, Mississippi State It's fitting that Bryant wears No. 1, because he'd finish No. 1 in a race with the rest of the Bulldogs. The fourth-year junior has been clocked at less than 4.3 seconds in the 40-yard dash not once, not twice, but three times in team testing, most recently with a 4.29 recorded just two weeks ago. He's timed as low as 4.24 earlier in his career. High school career Bryant attended Rosa Fort High School in Tunica, Mississippi, where he played quarterback and safety.[1] Bryant was rated as a three-star recruit by 247sports.com,[2]Rivals.com,[3]Scout.com,[4] and ESPN.[5] He committed to Mississippi State on November 4, 2013.[6] College career Freshman season (2015) After sitting out the 2014 season as a redshirt,[1] Bryant saw action in all 13 games in 2015, starting in eight of them. Bryant was a backup safety for the first five games of the season before taking over starting duties in a 45-17 win over Troy, a game where he forced a fumble on Troy's first drive.[7] The following week against Louisiana Tech, Bryant recorded his first collegiate interception and returned it for a touchdown[8] and also recovered a blocked punt.[1] Later that season, on an SEC Network broadcast, Tim Tebow named Bryant the "Freak of Week," citing Bryant's ability to run a 40-yard dash in 4.24 seconds and to deadlift 600 pounds.[9] Bryant caught another interception in a loss to Alabama.[10] Sophomore season (2016) Bryant was named by the Clarion-Ledger as the Bulldogs' second-most important player in 2016.[11] He was called the "top playmaker" on the team and the backbone of the Bulldog defense.
  10. Thanks Peyton! I am reassured and love what Alford brings to the secondary! When he and Neal man the inside in the Nickle…...that is surely going to be fun to watch!
  11. I Will take that as NO, I Will not discuss the topic but instead choose to ask an irrelevant question and congratulate myself for being snarky and Smart. Really dude, if you have nothing to contribute, you should consider not posting.
  12. I also think Alford is a key piece and should be retained. That said….the question is what Will the Falcons do? I think they let him walk. I also think it would be a mistake. Why? Because he is a Louisiana Boy and would finish his career with the hated Saints! I would hate to see that.
  13. I know…..that was a complete reach but does not change the fact at how bad this dude is pining for Julio Jones. Green Bay would go nuts with Julio! We need Julio to channel his inner Paul Newman....and get his mind right!
  14. Can't bury my head in the sand on this one amigo…… Julio needs to get into camp....honor his contract…..and all this goes away…….
  15. Bill Shanks is a sports broadcaster and writer. Shanks lives in Macon, Georgia. Shanks, originally from Waycross, Georgia, is a graduate of the University of Georgia.[1] Shanks was a television sports anchor at WBSG in Brunswick, Georgia and WGXA in Macon, Georgia.[2] Shanks also had a sports production company and produced and hosted weekly television shows with the Atlanta Braves, the Atlanta Hawks, and the Atlantic Sun Conference.[1] Professional background Broadcasting Bill Shanks hosts "The Bill Shanks Show" on WMGE Fox Sports 1670 in Macon.[2] Shanks' show is also on WCOH Fox Sports Radio 1400 in Newnan. Shanks is also a columnist for The Macon Telegraph and hosts a weekly high school football show called The End Zone on WMGT-TV 41 NBC. Shanks has covered the Atlanta Braves for Fox Sports South.com and Scout.com. In 2006 Shanks was one of the co-hosts of the Braves Wrap-Up Show on the Atlanta Braves Radio Network. Shanks' show covers topics like the University of Georgia and Head Coach Mark Richt, who "lost him" in 2008. Shanks started his daily radio show in March 2007 on WIFN 105.5 The Fan in Macon. The show was canceled on February 9, 2009.[3] Six weeks later, on March 23, 2009, Shanks' show was back on the air on the Clear Channel affiliate.[4] Shanks has provided Braves' reports on radio stations in Athens, Georgia on WRFC, in Spartanburg, SC on WSPG and in Florence, AL on WYTK. Writing Shanks wrote a book called Scout's Honor: The Bravest Way to Build a Winning Team. He interviewed people for nine months and afterwards took six months to write the book.[1] It is both Shanks answer to Moneyball and the story of how the Braves became the successful organization that they are today.[1] It tells how John Schuerholz rose through the ranks and tells about the tales of individual Braves prospects, from Jeff Francoeur, Brian McCann, Adam LaRoche, John Smoltz, and Adam Wainwright. Some have questioned Shanks objectivity in regards to John Schuerholz.[5] Baseball writer Jon Heyman described Shanks' close relationship with John Schuerholz being "so close to John Schuerholz he’s practically his ghost writer.[5] David Leonhardt of The New York Times described Shanks as "openly contemptuous of the Lewis book".[6] John Conniff of Scout.com criticized the book for "fail[ing] to develop any type of coherent argument, structure, or evidence to support his contention or to more importantly explain the reasons for the Braves success".[7] The Sun-Sentinel's Mike Berardino praised the book for "present[ing] a fascinating and long-overdue look at Atlanta's baseball dynasty".[8]