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- Californians protest middle school for hiring white man to teach cultural studies
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- Appeals court upholds Obamacare tax as constitutional
- As fighting in Gaza rages on, Kerry battles hapless bumbler perception
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- Toronto’s Rob Ford takes rehabbed self to kids’ playground for political props
Topic - Ron Jaworski
Jaworski, a former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and part owner of the AFL's Philadelphia Soul, reached out to Tebow a day after the Jets released him in April. Jaworski has yet to hear from Tebow, but expects to eventually.
"Monday Night Football" is switching to a two-man booth.
"Monday Night Football" analyst Ron Jaworski had to apologize on air after accidentally cursing during his commentary.
It's OK if you've cracked a joke or two about the blockbuster John Beck-Rex Grossman quarterback competition over the past four months. You can admit it. You're not alone.
Call it the QB Shuffle. Or the QB Quandary.
"They have some game experience and sometimes a change can ignite a football team," Jaworski says of the backup QBs. "But for the most part when you are going to these kinds of players, it's usually a team in trouble. These are not guys who are front-line quarterbacks over a 16-game schedule."
"The league has to find a way to develop quarterbacks," he explains. "I think it got hurt when the Europe league was disbanded. These guys need places to play like the UFL and the Arena League. They need the chance to develop skills and mature as a player, like Kurt Warner."