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By Creator — 4 years ago
Talk show hosts Elliott Booker and Reggie Raghu make a presentation during the January 17, 2011 Overbrook Environmental Education Center’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning and Service. They discuss the plight of the black farmers and their own initiative to help the farmers by providing urban farmer’s market outlets throughout Philadelphia for their produce and crops.Post Views: 392
By Elliot Booker — 4 years ago
By Donald Hunt: Philadelphia Tribune Staff Writer
This is a big weekend for the NFL with the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony taking place in Canton, Ohio, on Saturday at 7 p.m. (NFL Network and ESPN). The 2016 class includes some great people like Tony Dungy, Marvin Harrison, Orlando Pace, Ken Stabler, Kevin Greene, Bret Favre, Dick Stanfel and Edward DeBartolo Jr.
As good as this group is, there are a number of outstanding people who have not made it to Canton yet. And they should be in the Hall of Fame. Each one of these players have made a huge impact on the game. Not all of them have won championships, but their overall talents and accomplishments have made them hall of fame worthy.
Sample is the only professional football player to have won all three: an NFL, AFL and Super Bowl championship. He played 11 professional football seasons with 41 interceptions, which he returned for 460 yards and four touchdowns. He recovered 13 fumbles, returning them for 61 yards. On special teams, he returned 68 punts for 559 yards and a touchdown, along with 60 kickoffs for 1,560 yards and a touchdown. In 1961, he led the NFL in punt return yards.
Sample played a huge role in the New York Jets’ 16-7 victory over the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III in 1969. He also had a 42-yard interception return for a touchdown to lead the Baltimore Colts to a 31-16 win over the New York Giants in the 1959 NFL Championship game.
Brazile was one of the best playmaking linebackers to ever play the game. He played 10 seasons for the Houston Oilers (1975-1984). Brazile could play the run, rush the passer and drop back into pass coverage. He was the sixth player taken in the first round overall coming out of Jackson State in the 1975 NFL Draft. In 1975, he was named NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. He was selected to seven Pro Bowls and named All-Pro six times. Brazile was chosen to the 1970s NFL All-Decade team. He finished his playing career with 1,281 tackles, which ranks second all-time in the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans history books.
Shell signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent out of South Carolina State. He played strong safety for the Steelers from 1974-1987. He was named to five Pro Bowls and selected All-Pro five times. He played on the Steelers four Super Bowl championship teams (IX, X, XII, XIV). He retired with the most interceptions by a strong safety with 51. Donnie Shell will be Tony Dungy’s presenter at the Hall of Fame on
Riley played his college football at Florida A&M. He was a sixth-round pick of the Cincinnati Bengals in 1969. He played defensive back for the Bengals. He was named All-Pro four times. He retired with the fourth-most career interceptions with 65. His 65 interceptions and five touchdown returns are team records in the Bengals’ organization.
Cunningham was one of the most exciting quarterbacks to ever play in the NFL. He was a second-round draft pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in 1985 out of the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV). Sports Illustrated tagged Cunningham, the “Ultimate Weapon.”
He played 10 years for the Eagles (1985-1995). Cunningham passed for 22,877 yards while throwing for 150 touchdowns. He was a tremendous scrambler and runner. He gained 4,482 yards and scored 22 TDs with Philadelphia. He finished his career with 4,928 rushing yards.
After announcing his retirement following his last season with the Eagles, he made a terrific come back with the Minnesota Vikings (1997-1999). In 1998, he led the Vikings to a 15-1 record. He threw for 3,704 yards with 34 TDs that season.
Cunningham was a four-time Pro Bowler, two-time NFL Most Valuable Player and a three-time Bert Bell Award winner. He completed his playing days with 29,979 passing yards and 207 touchdowns. In addition to the Eagles and Vikings, he played for the Dallas Cowboys and the Baltimore Ravens.Post Views: 489
By Elliot Booker — 3 years ago
We learn the health benefits of a different nutrient almost every other day it seems. We need more antioxidants, more iron, more magnesium, but we can’t just keep eating more food.
While counting calories is now thought to be a poor approach to losing weight, we still know that we can’t eat an unlimited number. And so it becomes important to get the most nutrients possible out of the calories we do consume. In other words, we need to eat nutrient-dense foods, with plenty of nutritional value and almost no calories.
15 nutrient dense foods
Celery is the ultimate zero calorie food. Consisting of mostly water, a 100g serving contains just 16 calories. But, have in mind not to go overboard with dips or spreads or whatever topping you usually prefer.
Broccoli is one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet. It contains a lot of fiber which helps your digestive framework, and even some plant protein. There are only 34 calories in a 100gr serving.
At 52 calories per 100-gram serving, apples actually have more calories than most of the foods on this list. But filled with fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, they’re more than worth it. Personally, I like to eat one as a snack between lunch and dinner to stop me from turning to something a lot less healthy.
Abounding in water, cucumbers are great for hydration and are delicious when added to a pitcher of water. They are extremely low in calories with only 16 calories per 100g and make an excellent addition to any salad.
I’m not really a big fan of oranges, but their health benefits are undeniable. Filled with vitamin C, oranges come in at just 47 calories per 100-gram serving, far fewer than many other fruits.
Cabbage has proven beneficial for fighting cancer and heart disease. It can also help with weight loss, and it has just 25 calories per 100g. Cabbage soup is an excellent way to have a healthy filling meal with very few calories.
Cauliflower has anti-inflammatory properties and can help your heart and digestive system. It contains just 25 calories in a 100-gram serving and can be used to make delicious pizza crusts.
You may have hated it when you were a kid, but give it another try now that you’re an adult. Your taste buds change, so you’ll more than likely enjoy the flavor, and this nutrient-dense veggie on has 27 calories per cup!
Kale is one of the most nutrient dense foods around; with just 49 calories you get a ton of fiber, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and protein. You can make kale chips, put it in a salad, or include it in wraps.
Pretty much all kinds of mushrooms are low in calories. Chanterelles have just 38 calories in a 100-gram serving, portabellas just 22. Put them in a sauce, a sauté, or even make them into a burger, they add nothing but earthy flavor and nutrients.
Apart from being beneficial for your eyesight, carrots also contain anti-inflammatory properties. They are a natural diuretic which can help balance your blood sugar levels. And they only contain 41 calories per 100g serving.
Brussels sprouts are a cruciferous vegetable, like broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower, and so have many of the same benefits, including being low in calories (just 43 per 100 grams). But they aren’t everyone’s favorite vegetable. My sister absolutely despises them.
Although sweet and juicy, watermelon is very low in calories. With just 30 in a 100gr serving and abounding in beneficial antioxidants, it really is a guilt-free treat. It’s also efficient in stimulating your metabolism.
Zucchini has just 17 calories in a 100-gram serving. I love it in a stir-fry or a pasta sauce, but you can use it in a ton of different ways, even in bread.
Onions are the starting point for a lot of different recipes. When I don’t know what I’m doing in the kitchen, I always start with frying some onions in a pan to get some flavor going. It’s nice to know that I’m not adding many calories, just 40 per 100 grams. They also contain beneficial flavonoids.
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