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Historical highlights for Friday, March 30, 2018 (Good Friday) Day 89 of the Year

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Good Friday, also known as Great Friday, Holy Friday, or Sorrowful Friday, is a major Christian observance that commemorates the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. It is a time for Christians to reflect upon his suffering and willing sacrifice to atone for the sins of mankind. Churches may offer special services, as well as cover crosses with black cloth as a sign of mourning. For some worshippers, it is a day of fasting. Good Friday occurs two days before Easter (which celebrates Christ’s resurrection). It is part of Holy Week, which starts with Palm Sunday and ends on Holy Saturday, the day before Easter. In certain countries, such as Canada, it is an official public holiday. In the United States, a number of states declare this a state holiday. Traditional foods served on Good Friday include hot cross buns. These spiced sweet buns usually contain currants or raisins and are topped with icing in the shape of a cross.


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NFL Media adds veteran reporter Jim Trotter

​​Trotter to Contribute to NFL Network &​

Veteran NFL reporter Jim Trotter has joined NFL Media, it was announced today. Trotter will begin with NFL Media starting April 1 and will contribute to NFL Network and in a multitude of roles.

Trotter (@JimTrotter_NFL) joins NFL Media from ESPN, where he covered the NFL nationally since 2014 and contributed on multiple platforms. His primary focus was on long-form storytelling, including pieces on Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Atlanta Falcons standouts Julio Jones and Matt Ryan, and new Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins. Trotter also reported extensively on player activism and social justice.

Jim Trotter (courtesy ESPN)

From 2007-14 Trotter was a senior writer at Sports Illustrated, where his work included an in-depth look at the rebuilding of the Oakland Raiders after the passing of iconic owner Al Davis and the media’s coverage of Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor’s death. Prior to Sports Illustrated, Trotter spent 18 years with The San Diego Union-Tribune, among them eight seasons as the lead beat writer for the San Diego Chargers and four as a national NFL columnist.

Trotter’s work also includes two books on the late Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Junior Seau, including Junior Seau: The Life and Death of a Football Icon (2015). Currently, he is co-authoring a book with Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Trotter has been a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee since 2007 and currently is president of the Pro Football Writers of America.

The Howard University graduate currently lives in San Diego.


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Current & former NFL Players will be hosting Youth Football Summer Camps and activities around the country


NFL Play Football Summer Season Preview to Take Place in Orlando

This summer, hundreds of current and former NFL players and coaches will host youth summer camps and activities for kids throughout the country. In addition to these camps, the NFL is encouraging NFL teams and partners to host events — each with the goal of providing opportunities for kids to “Play Football” throughout the year.

Camps and activities will focus on teaching young athletes across the country proper technique spanning various skill levels, and will emphasize the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship, and the positive values associated with the game of football. Activities will be open to boys and girls ages 5-18.

The NFL Foundation’s Youth Football Camp Grant Program recognizes NFL players, Legends and coaches who give back to communities in their hometowns or club markets and offer young athletes the opportunity to play in an inspiring and fun environment. The NFL Foundation has awarded more than $7 million in grants to support free, non-contact youth football camps hosted by current and former players and coaches since 1998.

Families interested in registering early can view a list of confirmed Summer activities on starting in April 2018.

“These summer camps create more opportunities for children to play the game of football and hone their skills, all while developing their leadership, self-discipline and teamwork attributes,” according to NATARA HOLLOWAY, Vice President of NFL Youth & High School Football. “This summer, thousands of children will learn the fundamentals of football from current and former NFL players and coaches, who endeavor to be outstanding role models for these young individuals both on and off the field.”

On Monday, March 26, the NFL will host a camp to kick off signups for the Play Football Summer Season during its Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. More than hundred middle and high school students will participate in a day-long Play Football Summer Season camp, where they will participate in non-contact skill development drills.  NFL Legend, WILLIE MCGINEST will host the camp, alongside current and former NFL players, including; STEFON DIGGSDEMETRIC EVANS, LEVON KIRKLAND MIKE MARTIN, JORDAN PALMERDONALD PENNMARVIN POLLARD, CROY PROCTOR, MIKE ROBINSON and DEMARCUS WARE.

“I’m honored to teach these young kids lessons about teamwork, discipline and accountability through playing football,” said Willie McGinest. “I am truly inspired by these young individuals and know that the Summer Season is the opportunity for these kids to be a part of something bigger than football.”

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About Play Football: Play Football is a year-round initiative celebrating youth and high school football. Play Football works to shape the football experience, advocate for safety, promote football values and connect football communities.  For more information, featured football stories, best practices and resources aimed to create a positive playing experience, please visit or follow @NFLPlayFootball. Join the conversation on social media using #LetsPlayFootball.

About the NFL Foundation: The National Football League Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those touched by the game of football – from players at all levels to communities across the country. The NFL Foundation represents the 32 NFL clubs and supports the health, safety and wellness of athletes, youth football, and the communities that support our game. For more information on The NFL Foundation, visit:


PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Catherine Boyle, NFL; Ellie Mills, FleishmanHillard; COURTESY


MLB Schedule for Saturday, March 31, 2018

Saturday, March 31, 2018 All times ET


PIT @ DET 1:10 PM
STL @ NYM 1:10 PM
WSH @ CIN 2:10 PM
HOU @ TEX 4:05 PM
LAA @ OAK 4:05 PM
NYY @ TOR 4:07 PM
CLE @ SEA 4:10 PM
BOS @ TB 6:10 PM
MIN @ BAL 7:05 PM
CHC @ MIA 7:10 PM
PHI @ ATL 7:10 PM
CWS @ KC 7:15 PM
COL @ ARI 8:10 PM
MIL @ SD 8:40 PM
SF @ LAD 9:10 PM




NHL 2018 Playoff clinching scenarios for Friday, March 30

Clinching scenarios for Friday, March 30:

The San Jose Sharks (idle) will clinch a playoff berth if the Los Angeles Kings defeat the Anaheim Ducks in regulation AND the Chicago Blackhawks defeat the Colorado Avalanche in regulation.

Click here to view the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoff race through games of Thursday, March 29.




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