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Joe Banner
Proud Father and Husband. Trustee. 20 Year NFL President and CEO with Eagles and Browns. Former ESPN analyst
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Don Van Natta Jr. 2h
Every initial report was wrong: We heard David Ortiz was shot in the leg. It was the lower back. We heard it was a robbery. It was a hit job. We heard one man was responsible. Eleven men have been arrested. We heard a hit was put on Ortiz. The intended target was Ortiz’s friend.
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Joe Banner 1h
Is English a language you know
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Joel Corry 4h
10 NFL players that could get contract extensions before the season starts via .
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Awful Announcing 4h
ESPN won't be inviting LaVar Ball back on the air for the foreseeable future, which is a fantastic thing for everyone.
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AJ Vaynerchuk 13h
Paralysis by analysis is my nightmare. Of course you need to think things through, but after that: move, adjust, reflect, adapt.
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Frank Luntz 4h
“The decision to curtail production is a stark reversal from one year ago, when the company was enjoying rising steel prices after the Trump administration imposed tariffs on imports of steel from China and other countries.”
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Jimmy Russ 6h
Replying to @H_Grove @JoeBanner13
Pretty sure went onto explain that he feels there are ton of players who are equally good people of the field that dont get the publicity. He never called Josh out as a bad guy or player. He was pointing out not enough other players get credit for same stuff.
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Joe Banner 5h
Even for twitter it’s shocking how many people can’t hear that I am not criticizing credit to Josh I am criticizing the broad failure to adequately credit the many great guys playing & retiring in NFL. As I said he is great, but so are many many players. Need that story told more
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Joe Banner 8h
And since he always tells the truth I’m sure we should rely on these numbers
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Joe Banner 24h
Exactly. The public doesn’t realize that Josh is great as are many players and the over the top coverage of his retirement short changes all the great people in football that the media doesn’t give the attention they deserve. His greatness is not unique
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Joe Banner Jun 18
It does break through if it’s your topic almost every time you speak and every guest on every show is clear on today’s talking points. Republicans have no trouble doing this. Dems are all over the place and never targeted.
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Joe Banner Jun 18
Promised $4,000 per person and elimination of debt. Most of middle class netted very little or nothing, debt exploded and they cut federal funding for the education of those middle class families kids. A disaster for those families
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Joe Banner Jun 18
No, not even close. Turn off Fox
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Joe Banner Jun 18
He promised to cut taxes for working people not the 1%. How can you call that a promise kept.
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Joe Banner Jun 18
Dallas has waited to let other teams set market for years and it has cost them a lot of money.
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Joe Banner Jun 18
It’s 3.2M, enough to sign a pro bowl kicker or trade up in the 2nd round for one. It’s up to you. 😀
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Sean Durns Jun 18
Exactly right. I'm suspicious of ppl who pretend to care about Palestinians--but only when Israel is involved or its culpability conjured.
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Joe Banner Jun 18
I think you miss point. Josh is a great, but the public thinks he is unique because the media does not give adequate attention to the many great guys in the league. The amount of coverage his retirement gets shows the lack of credit most great guys great.
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Joe Banner Jun 18
How about caring about the Palestinians in Syria and Lebanon
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(((Yair Rosenberg))) Jun 18
Replying to @Yair_Rosenberg
From their jail cell, the rabbis wrote a manifesto titled "Why We Went," explaining the moral imperative behind their civil rights activism, scrawled on the only paper they had—a pamphlet about KKK assaults. We've published the handwritten original manifesto for the first time.
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