On this brand new episode of the San Antonio Spurs Roundtable powered by Project Spurs, the panel of Jeff Garcia, Aaron Preine and Madalyn Skye talk about the big news of the NBA offseason and that is LeBron James going back to the Cavs. What does this move mean for LeBron? Are the Cavs now […]
The Ravens have their starting quarterback written in permanent marker.
He isn’t going anywhere.
There won’t be any quarterback controversies; no murmurs of x, y or z ”making every throw,” or “winning over coaches.”
Well, there might be, but those quotes will be for another roster battle altogether: the backup job.
The Ravens drafted Keith Wenning out of Ball State...
Nude model Carmella DeCesare turned 32 on Tuesday, July 1. Please see below for DeCesare’s measurements and personal information. Birthplace: Avon Lake, Ohio Height / Weight: 5’8” / 130 pounds Eye color: Hazel Hair color: Brunette Bra size: 34B (Silicones) Adult relationships: DeCesare exchanged vows with former NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia and the couple has since had four...
The Washington Nationals lost to the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday by the score of 9-2. The loss dropped the Nationals to 41-36, but they are still in first place in the National League East. There is some news on the injury front, as Jeff Kobernus has been activated from the disabled list. The move will help infield depth at Triple-A Syracuse and could provide some help at the...
On this very special edition of the San Antonio Spurs 2014 Championship Celebration live from the famed Riverwalk in San Antonio, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia bring Spurs fans the sounds of the celebration and talk with fans celebrating title No. 5 with the Spurs. From fans sending very “special’ messages to the […]
On this episode of the Spurs Roundtable, the panel of Jeff Garcia, Andrew Ball, and Madalyn Mendoza discuss the San Antonio Spurs on the verge of capturing the 2014 NBA title with the team up 3-1 on the Miami Heat. How did the Spurs do it? What has the team been doing to the Heat […]
Project Spurs’ own Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia preview Game 2 of the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat just an hour before the game. The guy talk about the air conditioning issues, Kawhi Leonard’s play in Game 1 and what to look for in Game 2.
On this brand new episode of the Spurs Roundtable powered by Project Spurs, the panel of Jeff Garcia, Aaron Preine and Chelsea Torres discussed the Spurs’ win in Game 1 of the NBA Finals over the Miami Heat. What stood out? What went wrong? In the second half of the show, the panel looked ahead […]
On this episode of the San Antonio Spurs Roundtable powered by Project Spurs, the panel of Aaron Preine, Alicia Guerrero, Jeff Garcia, Quixem Ramirez and Madalyn Mendoza preview the Spurs-Heat NBA Finals rematch. From who is the x-factor, the road to the finals for the respective teams to predictions, the panel breaks it all down. […]
A common pre-draft sentiment regarding Johnny Manziel had the Texas A&M quarterback playing a Fran Tarkenton-type in the NFL.
In a Friday appearance on the (award-winning) "Around The League Podcast," NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks shared a conversation with one league executive who believes Manziel is likely to remind us of a more recent NFC passer.
Marc S. sent me an email tonight about Jeff Garcia Browns Fan.
“Took this pic at noon today, driving by a beer/liquor…
Today, the buildup to the NFL Draft is covered more closely than ever.
Every workout, every detail and every bite of every cheeseburger a top prospect takes is analyzed and dissected on radio airwaves, social media and television. This year, the pre-draft hype has lasted longer than ever with the draft pushed back to May.
Remember a few weeks ago when the Browns traveling to College...
The year was 2007, the last time the Bucs were a playoff team. Coming off a disasterous 2006 year, the Bucs resigned new coaches including bringing back Raheem Morris as DBs coach. The biggest disaster of 06 was not having a QB, something that Jon Gruden never really had in Tampa. He brought in Jeff Garcia past his prime, but Garcia had one more good...
The sports reporting business moves at a rapid-fire pace. Mishaps happen here and there, but you wouldn’t expect them from nationally syndicated outlets. ABC apparently didn’t get that memo, as late last month they reported a story from 2003.
Jeff Garcia’s irrelevant time with the Browns in 2003 is apparently a big deal. (Credit: tddaily.com)
On March 18th, ABC ran a story...
On this episode of the Project Spurs-News 4 SA San Antonio Spurs Rountable, Jeff Garcia and Aaron Preine discuss the second half of the Spurs season. From the top-seed in the West to player rest, the panel talks about what to expect from San Antonio as the postseason inches closer.
Also on the show, the duo talks about the Nando De Colo-Austin Daye trade and recap the Rodeo Road...
On this episode of the News 4 SA-Project Spurs, San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, the panel of Jeff Garcia and Aaron Preine take a look at the state of the Spurs near the All-Star Break.
Do they need to make a trade? Is their record over-inflated? Can they sustain the many injuries?
The panel also looks deeper into the trade winds that are blowing in San Antonio.
On this episode of the News 4 SA-Project Spurs, San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, Jeff Garcia and Aaron Preine breakdown the Spurs 12-1 start of the new season.
Is it fools gold considering the sub-par teams they are beating in the winning streak? Are they any positives or negatives about the hot start to the season? The panel breaks it all down.
To end the show, Jeff and Aaron...
Not sure how Jeff Garcia feels about coming back to the NFL, but this is an interesting topic for him to discuss. Most likely in light of Brett Favre being called by the Rams, former quarterback Garcia had to weigh in on which retired quarterback he’d like to see play one more game. Think he said himself?
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Have you ever been told you can't do something? Former NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia was told his whole life that he couldn't compete at the next level. He never got
October 24, 2013
Jeff Garcia was serious when he offered his services to the Browns, but they told him his services weren’t needed.
Here is what the Browns had to say courtesy of SB Nation.
The Cleveland Browns have turned down Jeff Garcia’s offer to help fix their quarterback issues.
After the 43-year-old former quarterback told a Cleveland radio station earlier this week that he had approached...
JaMarcus Russell still isn’t ready for the NFL. That much seems clear after Jeff Garcia, who helped get Russell into shape over the summer, said that Russell was set back by his $3 million settlement with the Oakland Raiders.
"When he got that settlement from Oakland, that $3 million dollar-plus settlement, I think things got soft again," Garcia said via NFL.com...
Detmer v. Couch begat Couch v. Holcomb, Holcomb v. Frye, Dilfer v. Frye, Frye v. Anderson, Anderson v. Quinn, Delhomme v. Delhomme, Wallace v. McCoy, McCoy v. McCoy, and Weeden v. Weeden.
Now it’s Weeden v. 43-year-old Jeff Garcia, who hasn’t thrown an NFL pass in 5 years, and the people have spoken.
Every time I think I’ve seen the most Cleveland Browns thing, a Brownser...
Here's a new wrinkle in the Browns' curious quarterback conundrum: Former NFL starter Jeff Garcia called and offered his services.
Garcia, who started 10 games for Cleveland in 2004, told 92.3 The Fan on Tuesday that he contacted the Browns and asked for a tryout. The 43-year-old Garcia hasn't started an NFL game in five years, but he informed the Browns he would love...
Via AP on Fox
October 22, 2013
Good news Browns fans, Jeff Garcia has a solution to your nagging Brandon Weeden problem! Just sign the 43 year old former QB who hasn’t played football since 2010 and put him behind center!
@923TheFan said #browns told Jeff Garcia they believed that they were just going to move forward with Weeden and Campbell as the #2.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) October 22, 2013
Nine years ago, Jeff Garcia was the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. And at that point, Garcia was considered to be old. He was 34 and beyond his prime, and he posted a shabby passer rating of 76.7 while losing eight of his 11 starts under center.
Nearly a decade later, the Browns quarterback situation is no more stable. Brandon Weeden is the NFL's third-lowest...