Wednesday, December 25, 2013

The Sports Girls Christmas Edition with Marshall Faulk, Bryant McKinnie, and Reggie Grant

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Show Date: 12-30-13

Episode Title: The Sports Girls Present The Inside Score with Marshall Faulk, Bryant McKinnie and Reggie Grant!  Merry Christmas everyone.

 The Sports Girls LLC Present “The Inside Score” week 3 with Hall Of Fame running back Marshall Faulk, Super Bowl XLVII Champion Bryant McKinnie, and legendary speaker, Football Scout; Reggie Grant.  Marshall Faulk is an immaculate person on and off the field.  Marshall states: True to the philosophy “athletes do not rest, they build,” we support programs that teach today’s youth the importance of building character, ambition and ultimately a stronger self through education and sports.  Bryant, a pro-bowl left tackle, is a 12-year veteran for the Miami Dolphins. A consensus All-American, Outland Trophy Winner and member of the 2001 National Champion Miami Hurricanes.  In the offseason Bryant has tackled his desire to be in the music industry, founding B Major Music Group.  Reggie Grant is the past president and member of the Board of Directors for the NAAAA presenters of the premier award in the nation for African American male high school scholar athletes, the “Watkins Award”.

Guest Bio Information: Marshall Faulk
Marshall William Faulk is a Hall of Fame professional football player who was a running back in the National Football League for twelve seasons. He played college football for San Diego State University, and was a three-time All-American.  On November 29, 2007, the Rams announced that they would be retiring Faulk's number. The ceremony was during halftime of the Thursday night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on December 20, 2007. In 2010 on "NFL Network presents The Top 100: NFL's Greatest Players", Faulk was voted the number 70 player of all time.  Since 1994, the Marshall Faulk Foundation has been dedicated to building brighter futures for today’s underprivileged youth. Through our supporters we have been able to help young people tackle the challenges they face that often prevent them from achieving their dreams. True to our mission, we have given rays of hope and have brightened the smiles of so many young children.  Marshall currently is an analyst for the NFL Network.  

Guest Bio (1000 Characters Maximum):  BRYANT  MCKINNIE
Bryant, a pro-bowl left tackle, is a 12 year veteran for the Miami Dolphins. He signed with the Dolphins on 10/21/13.  Originally selected by Minnesota in the first round (7th overall) of the 2002 NFL Draft.  Bryant has not missed a game due to injury in his NFL career, which consisted in playing 132 consecutive contests
• Helped pave the way for Vikings RB Adrian Peterson to lead the league in rushing with a franchise record 1,760 yards in 2008
• Blocked for six of the top eight single-season rushers in Vikings history, including a 1,000-yard rusher in each of the past five seasons (2006-10).  Bryant founded the B Major Foundation.  B Major Foundation’s mission is to provide financial, educational, and social resources to single parent households and endeavor to promote AIDS Awareness among youths.  B Major Foundation’s vision is dedicated to Empowering Single Parent Households and Educating the Youth on Issues of HIV and AIDS.

Retired NFL athlete Reggie Grant is currently teaching International University Students & Business Professionals English.  (Retired Public School Teacher) Reggie is a Certificated English Teacher (11 years).  He does 
Professional Speaking and is a Workshop Presenter for 
Social Media Marketing.  Reggie Also does Scouting, Recruiting and events in conjunction with and its national partners Muscles In Motion Systems, Chosen1Sports,, LA Trainers, Marks Mentoring and the National Alliance of African American Athletes presenters of the premier award in the nation for African American Male High School Scholar Athletes for the past 23 years the "Watkins Award".  Reggie is also a co-producer on the documentary “The Stand”.  Documentary Film Project the 1965 Boycott AFL All-Star Game.