It was quite common in the 1960’s for the man of the house to work two jobs. He was either staying late at the first one, or going to the other. The most commonly used term from that era was “wait till your father gets home”. The problem was that Mom did not know, either. The term was so popular that Hanna-Barbera created an animated sitcom that ran on NBC from 1972-1974. The...
"This painting took 16 hours to complete.. Filmed with a Go Pro Camera and Time Lapsed.. Jimmy Conca (Conca Designs) is the artist, and the painting was donated to Lonie Paxton's Charity ''Active...
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Well, you know your team didn’t cut any recognizable names when the main headline of every news story relating to the Broncos’ roster cutdown on Monday starts off with “Long snapper Lonie Paxton released by the Broncos in roster trim.”
The Broncos cut 12 players, including placing starting LDE Jason Hunter on injured reserve. The players that the Broncos released are as follows...
Well, you know your team didn't cut any recognizable names when the main headline of every news story relating to the Broncos' roster cutdown on Monday starts off with "Long snapper Lonie Paxton released by the Broncos in roster trim."
The Broncos cut 12 players, including placing starting LDE Jason Hunter on injured reserve. The players that the Broncos...
Undrafted rookie Aaron Brewer acknowledges he was surprised to beat out 12-year veteran and three-time Super Bowl champion Lonie Paxton for the Denver Broncos' long-snapping job.
Brewer was perfect on 18 snaps in the preseason and displayed his athleticism that allowed him to record 15 special teams tackles at San Diego State, including a-half dozen as a senior last year.
Via AP on Fox
August 28, 2012
The Denver Broncos announced the release of Lonnie Paxton and the waiver of eleven other players, including fan favorite Xavier Omon.
On Monday, the Broncos released LS Lonie Paxton and waived 11 others to reach the 75-man roster limit: dbron.co/zu
— Denver Broncos (@Denver_Broncos) August 27, 2012
Of Xavier Omon, John Fox offered,
“Unfortunately, you can’t keep 10 of them...
The Denver Broncos made 13 transactions to trim the roster to 75 players on Monday after three weeks of training camp and three preseason games.
The biggest suprise of the Broncos first cuts is Lonnie Paxton being waived. A three-time Super Bowl champion with the New England Patriots and entering his 13th NFL season, Paxton was considered a lock at long snapper by many. He has...
Long snapper Lonie Paxton was waived by the Broncos, who also placed defensive end Jason Hunter on injured reserve. Denver also waived linebacker Elliot Coffey, wide receivers Mark Dell and Cameron Kenney, defensive end Cyril Obiozor, tight end Anthony Miller, running back Xavier Omon, free safety Anthony Perkins, offensive tackle Mike Remmers, cornerback Ramzee Robinson, fullback...
The Denver Broncos have released veteran long-snapper Lonie Paxton in their first round of roster cuts.
Former coach Josh McDaniels brought Paxton with him to Denver from New England in 2009, signing him to a five-year, $5.53 million deal that called for him to make $875,000 this season and $885,000 next year.
The 13-year pro was supplanted by rookie Aaron Brewer, a 6-foot-5 undrafted...
Via AP on Fox
August 27, 2012
Name: Lonie Paxton
Pos: Long Snapper
Ht, Wt: 6’2″, 270
College: Sacramento State
Lonie Paxton has been the Denver Broncos‘ long snapper for three seasons, and has been virtually invisible during that time. For a long snapper, that’s the highest praise — if you’ve been noticed, it means you did something wrong.
2011 Analysis: One bad snap vs. the Patriots...
San Diego State University Aztec long snapper Aaron Brewer.
Pos: Long snapper
School: Oklahoma State
Ht: 6’5″ Wt: 225 lbs.
40-time: 4.96 Bench: 10
Aaron Brewer snaps footballs good.
(I thought about ending this scouting report there, but I’ll continue). A starter in every game in his four-year career as an Aztec, Brewer was on the field for every...
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Lonie Paxton received plenty of hugs from Broncos teammates today as players gathered to clean out their lockers and attend a final team meeting of the 2011 season.
Paxton, Denver’s longsnapper, missed Saturday’s game in New England because he chose to remain in Denver with his wife who was experiencing complications with her pregnancy. Paxton’s wife is carrying fraternal twins...
Long snapper Lonie Paxton, who spent nine seasons with the Patriots from 2000 to 2008, been lacing up his cleats for the Broncos the past three years. He won't be on the field against his former team on Saturday, though. According to the Denver Post, Paxton will miss Saturday's divisional round matchup with the Patriots at Gillette Stadium to be with his wife, who is experiencing...
Denver Broncos long-snapper Lonie Paxton was ruled out for Saturday night's divisional round playoff game against the New England Patriots so that he could take care of his wife, who is experiencing complications related to her pregnancy.
Broncos long snapper Lonie Paxton is missing his first game since 2003 so that he can stay behind in Denver and care for his pregnant wife Meghan. The former Patriots player wanted to thank Denver fans and the organization for their well wishes. Meghan is having life-threatening complications with her pregnancy with twins. “He really…
Denver Broncos long snapper Lonie Paxton will miss Saturday's AFC divisional round playoff game against the New England Patriots to be with his pregnant wife, who is having complications with their twins.Paxton has been away from practice all week for what the team was calling "personal reasons."Paxton and his wife have been flooded with well wishes from teammates and...
Providence, R.I. _ Broncos long snapper Lonie Paxton is staying back from the team’s playoff game Saturday against his former New England Patriots to help care for his wife, who has been having complications with her pregnancy with twins.
Paxton wanted to reach out to Broncos fans after he and his wife have been overwhelmed with well-wishers.
“”He really appreciates the tremendous...
The New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos released their final injury reports before tomorrow’s game, and while the Patriots have 13 players listed as questionable, it’s Denver’s declaration of who’s out that caught my eye. No, it’s not wide receiver Eric Decker that I’m referring to, but long snapper Lonie Paxton. You may recall Paxton from his time in New England...
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The Denver Broncos signed long-time long snapper David Binn on Friday after Lonie Paxton was ruled out of their divisional playoff game against New England so he could continue dealing with a family issue.
With Lonie Paxton unavailable, the Broncos today signed former San Diego Chargers’ long snapper David Binn, 39, to step into the role against New England Saturday.
Binn is renowned as one of the best at the craft in NFL history, but this is how long he was at it before the Chargers released him last summer. He was part of one of the most fun stories I’ve ever done — my Sporting...
The Denver Broncos signed long-time long snapper David Binn on Friday after Lonie Paxton was ruled out of their divisional playoff game against New England so he could continue dealing with a family issue.
January 13, 2012
The Denver Broncos signed long-time long snapper David Binn on Friday after Lonie Paxton was ruled out of their divisional playoff game against New England so he could continue dealing with a family issue. Binn spent 17 seasons with the division rival San Diego Chargers, appearing in 256 regular season games, a dozen playoff games and one Pro Bowl.
The Denver Broncos signed veteran long snapper David Binn on Friday.
Binn will take the place of Lonie Paxton, who has missed practice all week to deal with a family issue.
Paxton won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots, which will host Denver in Saturday's divisional round playoff game.
Binn has not played in the past two seasons. He spent 17 seasons with the...