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Jim Trotter
NFL reporter for ESPN. Howard alum. PFWA president. Hall of Fame voter. Believer in truth to power. Contact: JimTrotter.NFL@gmail.com
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The Players' Tribune Jan 21
Today marks one year sober for ' tight end . He reflects on his early struggles in the , overcoming alcoholism and finding himself.
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NFL Research Jan 21
The Patriots were called for 1 penalty against the Jaguars It is the fewest penalties called on one team in a playoff game since the 2011 AFC Championship... when the Patriots were called for 1 penalty in a win over the Ravens
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Jim Trotter Jan 21
You stoopid. Smh.
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Jim Trotter Jan 21
Yep
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Joe Banner Jan 21
Was lucky to go to 5 championship games. The day feels like a month, is filled with excitement & anxiety. Images from kickoff to standing on the winning podium flash before your eyes constantly. Then the thoughts of the SB, the parade, the trophy. It’s why you do all the work
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Jim Trotter Jan 21
Replying to @thamaya19
Funny, I thought their abilities got them hired. But carry on.
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NowThis Jan 20
Watch the moment Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) tried to pass a bill guaranteeing military pay and death benefits during the gov’t shutdown — and GOP leader Mitch McConnell blocked it
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @MilspergActual
Like you ignored that Anthony Lynn was the first choice of the Chargers? 🤔 And I responded to the shortcoming in your Tee Martin argument.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @thamaya19
Funny, it did not get Horton, Austin, Hamilton, Alexander, Wilks, etc. hired. But carry on.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @MilspergActual
Hate to tell you, but every capable GM keeps a list of candidates in case he has an opening. And every capable GM has a front-runner entering interviews. Lastly, raising a profile means nothing when it doesn’t produce an offer.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @MilspergActual
You don’t know what you’re talking about.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @MilspergActual
A legitimate opportunity is far more valuable than a sham interview. But that’s just me. And btw, Lynn and Joseph were qualified without the Rooney Rule. It’s shameful that the NFL even needs a Rooney Rule. But that’s just me.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @MilspergActual
Are you saying Lynn or Joseph would not have gotten an interview without the rule?
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @mattanen
You’re welcome.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @mattanen
In general, it’s insulting to everyone involved. But that’s just my opinion. Others disagree, including some who interview for jobs they know they have no shot at.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @italian_mn
If followed along for more than a day, you’d know I’m speaking in general and not if a specific case. But carry on.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @sgw94
I’m saying that no rule or punishment was going to change the outcome, hence every other interview was a sham - i.e., not serious, not legit, not fair, not a real opportunity to get the job.
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Jim Trotter Jan 20
Replying to @sgw94
To be continued. Gotta head out. Appreciate the discussion.
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