Terrance Gray’s childhood ambition was to play football on television. Not on Sundays so much as Saturdays. Although he was a major fan of the NFL draft, charting each pick in front of the television from the age of 10, he was focused on becoming a big-time college quarterback. Such destinations aren’t easily reached from anywhere, let alone Bayside High School in Queens. “With New York City primarily being a baseball-basketball city, I didn’t get heavily recruited,” said Gray, in his second year as the Buffalo Bills’ director of college scouting. “My options were to play small school in the northeast, but my dream was to play Division I ball.” Wanting to get away from hectic pace of New York and, while working within his mother’s financial limitations, Gray enrolled at Palomar Junior College in San Marcos, Calif., near San Diego. He was moved to cornerback, and has a lasting souvenir of that experience: his left ring finger bends … [Read more...] about One-on-One Coverage: Terrance Gray’s football dream led him to Bills’ scouting role
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Sports WWE WWE Interviews The emotional high point of Sunday’s WrestleMania 35 was Kofi Kingston overcoming the odds to defeat Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship. It took the SmackDown Live superstar 11 years to finally get a one-on-one match for a major championship. But thanks to his hard work, support from his New Day brethren, a bit of luck, the help of the WWE Universe and “Kofi-Mania,” it became the best story at WrestleMania 35. But what comes next for Kingston? Kofi spoke with Newsweek about his recent title victory, why being “undersized” doesn’t matter and what his title reign means for the WWE Universe. Note: This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Kofi Kingston surrounded by The New Day and his kids following his WrestleMania 35 victory. WWE Do you even recall winning at WrestleMania? Did time stand still, like it did for most of us watching? It’s all a blur. To be honest, it was kind of … [Read more...] about Kofi Kingston Talks WrestleMania 35 Victory, Being ‘Undersized’ and What He Wants for His Title Reign
Rob Gronkowski is out of the game that brought him fame, having retired from the NFL after nine seasons of excellence as the Patriots’ tight end. But when it comes to post-football opportunities — which include remaining in the spotlight as an actor, media personality, or even a professional wrestler — his established image and amiable nature already have him ahead of the game. “The best indicator of his future success outside of football is the strength of his appeal with the general population,’’ said Henry Schafer, executive vice president at Marketing Evaluation Inc., also known as the Q Scores Company. “People know him and like him. He’s going to get some very real opportunities. It’s just matter of what those opportunities will be.’’ A Q Score is a measurement of the familiarity and appeal of a brand, celebrity, company, or entertainment product. The latest measurement the company has for Gronkowski is from … [Read more...] about So, what does the future hold for Rob Gronkowski?
Master of Business Administration (MBA), will help you to boost your career and to fetch a good job, so doing an MBA is often required, if you want your career to move forward. But not just an MBA, going to the right business school and going on an exchange program, will open your doors to a more global mindset. Business schools will not just teach you about business, but it is a school of life, too. You will meet people who are in a transitional moment of their lives. Everyone is considering what they should do next and how to approach that next step. Going to a business school, gives you the opportunity to take a real break, and have the time to reflect. An MBA programme in Business schools, run with the aim to educate the managers before they get a job in a large organization. Is MBA worth the investment to be a successful entrepreneur? If you are planning to pursue MBA, and to have your own business setup, then consider the main benefits of the MBA degree listed below. Increases … [Read more...] about MBA Admission 2019: Does your MBA make you a good entrepreneur?
0 of 30 Elise Amendola/Associated Press The NBA trade market closes at 3 p.m. ET Feb. 7. That might sound like it's still a ways off, but most clubs should have a good feel for their approach already. To be certain, those approaches can change in an instant. The trade pool is as fluid as its name suggests, and clubs must be prepared to operate under those conditions. Plus, teams might find themselves in situations in which buying, selling or standing pat could all make sense under different circumstances. In other words, these suggestions aren't necessarily absolute. And they certainly aren't set in stone. But with roughly a half-season of data at our disposal, we can help determine which clubs should be looking to add, subtract or maintain the status quo. 1 of 30 The Hawks have mastered at least one aspect of their rebuild: Their three most important players are also their youngest. The future runs through 20-year-olds Trae Young and Kevin Huerter and 21-year-old John … [Read more...] about Buy, Sell, Hold: What Should Your NBA Team Do at This Year’s Trade Deadline?