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Waht!!! That's kinda weird, most browns fans loathe the Ravens. Poor Browns fans, about the only team in the league who's fans I actually feel sorry for.
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It is safe to say the occupation is not as important as the man behind it. It is everything from family, to values, to their work in his community that makes the man. That much is easily true with Vincent Rey, linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals. As a special teams leader and valuable contributor to the team, anyone could say that made Vincent a successful person. He has even had to chance to practice and compete against the likes of an NFL legend like Peyton Manning. However, it is the philanthropy and commitment to education that made him.

As someone who had nothing but humble beginnings in his career, Vincent Rey keeps everything to that description. With only one offer from a Division 1A school, it would be easy to say Rey would not amount to much as a player coming out of high school. After his four years at the predominant basketball school Duke, he went undrafted in the 2010 NFL draft. He signed a contract afterwards to play for the Cincinnati Bengals, and was only signed to their practice squad – a place for developmental players – after he was cut before the regular season in his first year. Not many make it out of that, but Vincent has flourished since being called up from that squad to play for the team. This is quite a success story any way it can be thrown, but it is not the reason for who he is today.

As a leader of special teams on the Bengals, the coaches and players anticipate a certain level of commitment to excellence in character by Rey. He accomplished that and more when Rey was announced one of the two winners of the 2012 NFL Players Association Pulse Award for the team. The award is given out to those who do excellent work in their community, and Rey lived up to that in every way he could. He had helped created a garden at a school just to help a community that wanted extra beauty within it. Not only that, he was chosen to help represent the Bengals as a member of the United Way, which is an organization that helps individuals and families achieve their potential through education, income stability and healthy lifestyles.

As Vincent said, “I do charity because I see it as my duty to give to others. I have been very fortunate this far in my life and even though I can do everything, I know that I can do something.”

Although as cliché as it sounds, he derives inspiration from his father and Jesus Christ. Calling his father “The most consistent man that I have known” and citing how Jesus “is a great example of humility,” and “I want to be more of a humble person as the days go on,” it is clear how he derives his values from his religion and family. His father pushed schooling on him and his younger brother, giving them as much as they could with putting Vincent in a private school for a year.

His family is a strong showing of educational values, having a mother who is a guidance counselor, and a father who could not achieve everything he wanted to because of his lack of the education he drove into his son at every point he could. They would send him to the library every day after school until he reached high school. That very same high school he would take a four hour train ride to for the sole reason of its reputation for academics and athletics.

Being from Duke, an outstanding educational institution, Rey puts a large focus on that education he was fortunate to receive. Vincent has helped within education with an astounding amount of persistence. In 2012, Rey teamed up with other NFL players to go to the Capitol and attempt to find a way to help recruit a million tutors for schools around the country to help control the dropout rate as well as finding help for any other students struggling. Of course, like in his NFL career, he was not drafted into this event either. Whenever the Bengals head coach, Marin Lewis, made mention of his “Learning is Cool” foundation, Vincent was on top of Lewis to get involved. There was no one to pressure him into a decision, except for his own will.

He spends two hours a week at various schools in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area helping students. For one hour, he talks to young men about the importance of their education, and spends another hour at a different school tutoring any student who needs it in reading or mathematics. Considering the amount of time an NFL player must put into his work when it comes to practice and studying film, this is quite a bit of dedication to something many do not put time into.

There is a certain level of proudness that comes from him seeing students and teachers he had helped out before, seeing them around any place he is at. He finds it nice to see them out of any place that could cause trouble, and seeing them act as any regular person in society. Considering he has been around the area for a relatively short period of time, it speaks to just how many students he has been able to have an impact on.

Vincent states, "Education starts within the home. The schools should be thinking of ways to stay in contact with the parents to keep them involved. Number two, kids spend more time at school than home in extracurricular activities and public schools have to find ways to make sure they have the right number of teachers and be prepared to give kids those after-school opportunities."

Hoping to end up as a teacher, principal, or athletic director after his football career, there are not many ways to further engrain the fact Vincent Rey has his love for education. He wants to reach a Master’s degree in education to continue to contribute to said love. With the values he has, it is difficult to argue his impact cannot reach even greater heights when he reaches that point in his life.

Vincent Rey should be looked at as an inspiration to all. At 6’5”, and weighing 250 pounds, Vincent may be one of the most intimidating men a person can be around. Despite his appearance as an NFL player, Rey comes as a humble, passionate, and dedicated man to fields that are too often ignored in society. Vincent even allowed a college student, whom he could have ignored without any consequence, to interview him. With his influence on students and teachers alike, his impact should be felt well after his level of fame and fortune are gone. Although his legacy as an NFL player may not be passed down for generations, his legacy as a philanthropist and teacher should be noted by the end of his career. That is, his real career, as an educator to whomever reaches out to him.

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Oh? Why's that? You could talk with other fans from the AFCN, not have to worry about smack, and no Fanof31teams.
It'll devolve into smack eventually, and it's not like Smack didn't have good discussion previously. *shrug*
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Well written, but Vinnie Rey's not 6'5 lol
Yeah, typo. I Was going through that pretty quickly :X
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Detroit?
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Just when negotiations come around for him
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Old 01-28-2013, 10:25 PM
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It just means that we need to give AJ a blank check as soon as the new league year starts after the 2013 season.
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I don't get it. Is he not getting enough quality tail at the local clubs or what? Bengal fans clearly adore the kid, what else are they gonna do?

Yea, I don't get that tweet at all.
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I don't get it. Is he not getting enough quality tail at the local clubs or what? Bengal fans clearly adore the kid, what else are they gonna do?

Yea, I don't get that tweet at all.
Hawk is the one who should feel some roster pressure. If we opt for a new #2 WR, then he's screwed. Sanu would/should get the slot spot and Jones would be our #4. Hawk will have to hope to keep the #5 WR/ST spot.
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Hawk is the one who should feel some roster pressure. If we opt for a new #2 WR, then he's screwed. Sanu would/should get the slot spot and Jones would be our #4. Hawk will have to hope to keep the #5 WR/ST spot.
I agree with that. Maybe he's just kissing AJ arse via twitter lol.
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I agree with that. Maybe he's just kissing AJ arse via twitter lol.
I wouldn't be surprised by that. He may be making a ploy for AJ sticking up for him when the bubble spot for WRs comes up.
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I wouldn't be surprised by that. He may be making a ploy for AJ sticking up for him when the bubble spot for WRs comes up.
Tryna pull a Jordan Palmer. LULZ
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Tryna pull a Jordan Palmer. LULZ
AJ comes off as a guy who will always choose what's best for the team. Baby Hawk needs to beg to Artrell and hopes he talks to Mike Brown.


On a side note, am I the only one who doesn't view Brian Hartline as some super savior, like others in JN are proclaiming?
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AJ comes off as a guy who will always choose what's best for the team. Baby Hawk needs to beg to Artrell and hopes he talks to Mike Brown.


On a side note, am I the only one who doesn't view Brian Hartline as some super savior, like others in JN are proclaiming?
I don't see him as super savior but I'd love him as our #2, I think that would be a quality signing for us. My "super savior" is a rookie RB to be named later lol. That's what I think we need more than anything, a good RB. I think this team becomes a real SB contender if we can draft next year's Doug Martin.
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I don't see him as super savior but I'd love him as our #2, I think that would be a quality signing for us. My "super savior" is a rookie RB to be named later lol. That's what I think we need more than anything, a good RB. I think this team becomes a real SB contender if we can draft next year's Doug Martin.
I'm not sure if the Hartline hype is because he went to OSU or what, but this past season was his only one as a starter, and he was the Dolphins only option. They just kept throwing him the ball, even in bad situations.

I know I'm ready for a dynamic running back. I have my favorites, but I'm open to pretty much any of the rookies, as long as we don't wait late for one or drastically reach for one.
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I'm not sure if the Hartline hype is because he went to OSU or what, but this past season was his only one as a starter, and he was the Dolphins only option. They just kept throwing him the ball, even in bad situations.

I know I'm ready for a dynamic running back. I have my favorites, but I'm open to pretty much any of the rookies, as long as we don't wait late for one or drastically reach for one.
Yes, don't drastically reach, but a mild reach for a guy they feel good about is fine with me.....As long as he ends up being good right lol.

As for Hartline, I won't attempt to hide my OSU love, so I can't say that has nothing to do with me liking him. But I also view him as a good reliable receiver that is just now entering his prime and who is versatile enough to work the outside or the slot and has enough talent to be a very good #2. Especially when your #1 is as dynamic as AJ, I think a guy like Hartline could fit in with our offense really well.
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Yes, don't drastically reach, but a mild reach for a guy they feel good about is fine with me.....As long as he ends up being good right lol.

As for Hartline, I won't attempt to hide my OSU love, so I can't say that has nothing to do with me liking him. But I also view him as a good reliable receiver that is just now entering his prime and who is versatile enough to work the outside or the slot and has enough talent to be a very good #2. Especially when your #1 is as dynamic as AJ, I think a guy like Hartline could fit in with our offense really well.
I don't give a damn about college as you know. Louisville is growing being that I go here, but I'm fair with their evaluations. But I would want Hrtline. Between the 20s WR, pay him moderately, watch as he craftily gets open
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I don't give a damn about college as you know. Louisville is growing being that I go here, but I'm fair with their evaluations. But I would want Hrtline. Between the 20s WR, pay him moderately, watch as he craftily gets open
No doubt dude. I haven't watched Hartline much at all in Miami, but looking at his numbers and considering the situation in Miami, he did well for himself. And when he was at Ohio State, kid was a baller so it doesn't surprise he appears to be developing into a good pro. I just can't lie and say him being from State has nothing to do with me liking him, it does.

I'm pretty good about recognizing OSU player that are poop though, I'll admit when I think they are. This town is so Buckeye crazy we basically treat the players like they're pros anyway, not too much sentimentality involved just cuz "oh they're kiiiidddds" lol.
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I'm not sure if the Hartline hype is because he went to OSU or what, but this past season was his only one as a starter, and he was the Dolphins only option. They just kept throwing him the ball, even in bad situations.

I know I'm ready for a dynamic running back. I have my favorites, but I'm open to pretty much any of the rookies, as long as we don't wait late for one or drastically reach for one.
And even with all the targets, he only had 1 TD reception. He had a good year, but not enough to trust him to repeat it once again.
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And even with all the targets, he only had 1 TD reception. He had a good year, but not enough to trust him to repeat it once again.
The one good year was his first as a starter and it was as a non-playoff team's best receiver and he's like 25 or so, so he's just entering his prime. Clearly, he's not dynamic enough to be a #1 as the lack of red zone production indicates. With the back line of the end zone acting as that proverbial "12th defender" it's harder for receivers to get open especially when you've usually got the other team's best corner covering him.

Opposite AJ though, I think Hartline would work out wonderfully. I think of it kinda like putting a good but not great college OT at OG. If I'm a Dolphins fan, Hartline is disappointing as #1, as a #2 though, especially when you've already got one of the best WRs in the league....... that dog will hunt imo.
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And even with all the targets, he only had 1 TD reception. He had a good year, but not enough to trust him to repeat it once again.
TDs can be largely regressional to everyone except elite HWS WRs. Calvin Johnson went through a period where he was tackled at the one 6 times this year, and that contributed to his lower TD total. I would trust Hartline to regress that one TD back to the mean (3-4 TDs)
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