Hayden Hurst: Ravens QBs trust me to go make a play

There’s been plenty of attention paid to the quarterback position in Baltimore since the Ravens capped the http://www.vegasgoldenknightsofficialonline.com/Adidas-Jake-Bischoff-Jersey first round of this year’s draft by selecting Lamar Jackson as the differences between the Graham Glasgow Womens Jersey rookie and Joe Flacco make for an ideal offseason topic of conversation.
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The team’s other first-round pick this April notes the differences, but sees at least one similarity between the two quarterbacks. Tight end Hayden Hurst said both guys have quickly gotten comfortable throwing the ball to their new teammate.

It’s been awesome, Hurst said on Sirius XM NFL Radio with Bruce Murray and Brady Quinn. They both bring different things to the table. Joe has an extremely talented arm. He’s been doing it for years, Super Bowl MVP. And, of course, Lamar brings a whole different dynamic Authentic Jake Bischoff Jersey with his legs to the game. Both of those guys can throw it where they want it. They’ll put it up even when I’m not open and they trust me to go make a play. And that’s what I tell them I’m going to do: ‘If you’re ever in trouble, just put it up. I’m going to make a play for you guys.’

During a speech at Marquette University Law School in 2015, Kavanaugh (then a judge at the U.S. Court of Appeals) made reference to Dez Bryant’s infamous non-catch against the Packers in the 2014 playoffs.

Via the Milwakuee Journal Sentinel, Kavanaugh was making a point about separation of powers when he played to his Wisconsin audience.

It’s better when the rules governing a catch are set forth before Dez Bryant falls to the ground, Kavanaugh said. Because the rule said, that was it. If we http://www.lionsfootballofficialauthenticstore.com/LIONS-GRAHAM-GLASGOW-JERSEY can do it in the NFL, we can do it here as well.

At the time, the letter of the law dictated that officials were right to nullify the reception, though that has changed with the latest football case-law.

And we’ll see if Kavanaugh ends up on the highest court in the land if he still believes in the power of precedent on a number of important matters, or follows the NFL plan and makes up reactionary new rules when the winds change direction.

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