The twosome first teamed together for a pro-am in 2005 at Bay Hill before linking again in 2009 for a pro-am at the Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte, N.C. They’ve golfed together intermittently since, while forging a close friendship.
The middle ground, at least for now, appears to be multiple proposals to change how kickoffs will look. NFL announces seven rule proposal changes to kickoffs The NFL announced the rule changes it will discuss at the spring meeting next week, and kickoff rules were the most prominent. Here’s what NFL vice president of football communications Michael Signora tweeted out: There’s a lot there, so let’s go through some highlights. The kickoff team will be restricted in how it can line up One proposal is that teams must have five players on each side of the kicker. Right now the rule is at least four on each side. The biggest impact this would seem to have would be on onside kicks.
I’ve had an F-150 since I was like 18 years old. Fords have the lock code on the outside. So, I just use that. Usually, and I probably shouldn’t say this, I leave my keys (in the car). But you can lock it and then you get in by that code. So, I’ve always done that Why didn’t the code prevent Horton from entering the truck? Colton, who I feel like should get blamed for all of this, Brandon’s random friend that lives with him, went out to move my truck so that he could get his out.
So, he moved it and never locked it. So, I locked it. He did not. So, I’m throwing him under the bus. So, there you have it: Blake Bortles leaves his keys inside his truck and throws his teammates’ friends under the bus, which demonstrates a failure to lead by example and more generally, a lack of leadership. Hopefully, the sarcasm came through there. According to News4Jax.com, Horton was charged with burglary, trespassing, and grand theft.