#1 Captain-Munnerlyn-Jersey von linchao 05.11.2019 07:16

NEW YORK (AP)Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Cameron-Artis-Payne-Jersey , former Tennessee Titans coach Mike Mularkey, and Atlanta Falcons receiver Andre Roberts are the finalists for the NFL’s Salute to Service Award. The recipient of the award, presented by USAA, will be revealed at the NFL Honors show on Feb. 3, when The Associated Press announces its individual NFL awards. Roberts, Rivera and Mularkey were selected for their exceptional efforts to honor and support members of the military community. USAA https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/J.J.-Jansen-Jersey , which provides insurance and other services to U.S. military members, veterans and their families, will contribute $25,000 in the award recipient’s honor to the official aid societies representing all five military branches. ”Each having grown up in a military family, all three finalists for the `Salute to Service Award’ … share a common understanding of the sacrifices that our service members and their families face in their daily lives,” said Vice Admiral (Ret.) John Bird https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Mike-Adams-Jersey , USAA Senior Vice President of Military Affairs. ”We thank and salute Andre and coaches Rivera and Mularkey for their continued strong commitment to America’s military community.” Last October, all 32 NFL teams nominated coaches, active and retired players, and team executives and personnel who best demonstrated support for the military. Those submissions were evaluated by a panel of judges that included last year’s award recipient, Falcons coach Dan Quinn. Also on the panel were Bird; Rocky Bleier, a U.S. Army veteran and four-time Super Bowl champion; Chad Hennings https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Matt-Kalil-Jersey , anAir Force Academy graduate and three-time Super Bowl champion; Tod Leiweke, NFL chief operating officer; Jim Mora, a Marine Corps veteran and former NFL head coach; and Roger Staubach, a Naval Academy graduate, Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback and Super Bowl MVP. — Luke Kuechly has made a lot of tackles playing middle linebacker for the Panthers over the last seven seasons, but his attempt to add to those totals this season will see him taking on a slightly different role on defense.The Panthers have been open about their plans to incorporate more 3-4 looks in 2019 and those looks will call for Kuechly to align differently while potentially facing more uncovered blockers than he has in the past. On Thursday https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Captain-Munnerlyn-Jersey , Kuechly said it’s not something that is causing him to have any sleepless nights.“It’s just football. There’s been certain looks that we’ve run in the past that mimic what we do now. So it’s not completely foreign,” Kuechly said, via Joseph Person of TheAthletic.com. “There’s just a couple new things here and there that are different, but pretty straightforward.”Kuechly said the alignment will be different at times, but “it just turns into the same thing we’ve always done” once the offensive play gets underway. If Kuechly’s play also turns out to be the same as it’s been in the past, the change in scheme should have a good chance of being successful.

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