All Kenny Moore II needed was a chance.

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All Kenny Moore II needed was a chance.

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Now the Indianapolis Colts cornerback has a starting job and a lucrative new contract.Less than three years after entering the league as an undrafted rookie Oshane Ximines Jersey , Moore was rewarded by the Colts with a four-year deal that will keep their top three cornerbacks together through 2021.Financial details were not immediately available, but NFL Network reported the deal would make Moore the league’s highest-paid slot cornerback.“There’s a lot of odds against you, but its possible (to make it),” he said Friday after the team’s final offseason workout. “They believe in me.”It’s a remarkable ascension for Moore, who didn’t play high school football until his senior year. That came at the urging of a friend, who lost his starting job when he was booted off the team. Moore considered joining the Air Force after high school, but played at his hometown college of Valdosta State in Georgia. He appeared in 46 games, including 10 as a freshman.But at 5-foot-9 Moore was overlooked by NFL scouts.Instead, he signed with New England as an undrafted rookie in May 2017, was released during September’s final cutdown and claimed by the Colts off waivers the next day — after a team scout convinced general manager Chris Ballard that Moore’s long arms made up for his lack of height.He made an immediate impression.Moore recorded 37 tackles in 16 games as a rookie. Last season, he won the starting job Julian Love Jersey , led the team with three interceptions and finished fifth with 77 tackles.That was all Ballard and coach Frank Reich needed to see.“Kenny is the consummate pro,” Reich said. “It’s not only a high level of play, it’s the consistency of play that I really think he embodies. We saw his play-making ability last year on the ball, sack, blitzer, but just really the way he brings that energy every day out at practice. And in the community, he’s a leader.”Moore could’ve become a restricted free agent in March, but apparently Ballard didn’t want to take the risk.So he stuck to his philosophy of re-signing Colts players’ first, even after using a second-round draft pick on cornerback Rock Ya-Sin in April. Ballard has given three players — Moore, punter Rigoberto Sanchez and long snapper Luke Rhodes — contract extensions during the last week.“He has made it clear that those three guys are what being a Colt is all about,” Reich said. “I’m so excited for them. I think that sends the right message. Those are the kinds of guys you want around for the long term.”Keeping Moore should give the secondary some long-term continuity.Pierre Desir Darius Slayton Jersey , the other starting cornerback, signed a three-year deal in March, Ya-Sin already has signed his three-year rookie contract and Moore has his big deal, too.“Along the process, I grew a passion for (football), I grew a love for it,” he said. “I learned how to believe in myself, to trust myself, in my own ability.” NEW YORK (AP) — In a story Jan. 30 about Super Bowl ads, The Associated Press erroneously named one of the astronaut twins. The two are Mark and Scott Kelly, not Mark and Steve.A corrected version of the story is below:Super Bowl ads offer simple escapism with star powerStar power from Sarah Michelle Gellar to Steve Carrell abounds in this year’s Super Bowl ads.By MAE ANDERSONAP Technology WriterNEW YORK (AP) — Sarah Michelle Gellar makes a horror movie parody for Olay. Jeff Bridges and Sarah Jessica Parker tout Stella Artois. Steve Carrell hawks Pepsi.Star power abounds in this year’s Super Bowl ads.Advertisers are hoping to provide some welcome distraction and entertainment as economic fears persist and the nation’s political climate remains sharply divided. As much as this year’s Super Bowl will be a battle on the field between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams T.J. Hockenson Jersey , it will be a battle between advertisers over who gets the buzz — and who gets forgotten.Celebrities are a relatively safe bet to garner good will from Super Bowl viewers who aren’t looking to be lectured at. There has been a retreat from more overtly political ads that were seen during the 2017 Super Bowl from such companies as 84 Lumber and Airbnb.“The big theme is a return to light-hearted humor,” University of Virginia professor Kim Whitler said. “There’s an acknowledgement the Super Bowl is about entertainment.”The Super Bowl remains advertising’s biggest mass-market showcase – and one of the last remaining ones in an age of personalized ads targeted to individual interests based on data collected by Facebook, Google and other tech mammoths. Digital ads are expected to make up nearly 60 percent of ad spending by 2020, according to eMarketer, up from about 50 percent in 2018.Yet a 30-second Super Bowl ad can cost more than $5 million. More than 100 million people in the U.S. are expected to tune in to Sunday’s game on CBS. SimpliSafe’s creative director, Wade Devers, said the home-security company is advertising during the Super Bowl for the first time because the game has “a unique audience” primed to be interested in watching the ads.Advertisers are doing what they can to stand out — Bridges, for instance, revives his “The Dude” character from “The Big Lebowski” — while shying away from controversy.“It’s such a big investment. Advertisers really want to generate as much return as they can,” Northwestern University marketing professor Tim Calkins said. “I think we’ll see a lot of humor and product-focused advertising. A lot of advertisers are nervous about taking on big themes.”So don’t expect any mention of the government shutdown or the debate over building a wall at the Mexican border, for example.But safe can also mean dull.“It will be a lackluster year http://www.lionscheapstore.com/jahlani-tavai-jersey-cheap ,” said Kelly O’Keefe, a professor at Virginia Commonwealth’s Brandcenter. “I hope to see a few standouts, but the ads could be more mediocre than they have in a few years.”TRIED AND TRUEA few old favorites are returning. Anheuser-Busch is trotting out its famed Clydesdales. They pull a dalmatian dog through a field populated with windmills to the tune of Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in the Wind” to promote the idea that Budweiser is brewed with energy from wind power.As for celebrities, always a staple in Super Bowl ads, Jason Bateman appears as an affable elevator operator to showcase Hyundai’s Shopper Assurance program. M&M’s enlisted actress Christina Applegate, and Avocados From Mexico’s ad will feature Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth. Colgate Total’s ad features Luke Wilson as a close talker.STRONG WOMENOlay will play off horror movies and the phrase “Killer Skin,” with an ad starring Gellar. Toyota is highlighting the perseverance of Antoinette “Toni” Harris, a female football player at a California community college. And Bumble selected Serena Williams to be its spokeswoman in the dating app’s first ever Super Bowl ad.TECH RIBBINGMichelob Ultra has robots beating humans at sports like running and spinning. But then one robot looks longingly in a bar where people are enjoying a post-workout beer. “It’s only worth it, if you can enjoy it,” an on-screen message reads.In an ad for Pringles, a smart speaker laments not being able to taste the snack.Amazon pokes fun at itself as celebrities from Harrison Ford to astronaut twins Mark and Scott Kelly test products that didn’t quite work out Will Harris Jersey , including an electric toothbrush and a dog collar with Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant.MUSIC MANIAThe Super Bowl reportedly had trouble finding artists to sing during the Super Bowl — singer Travis Scott agreed to perform only after the NFL agreed to donate $500,000 to charity. But there has been no hesitation with musicians jumping into Super Bowl ads.First time-Super Bowl advertiser Expensify created a catchy music video with rapper 2 Chainz and actor Adam Scott. The 30-second ad also features the song.Pepsi has long enlisted musicians to help sell its drinks and snacks. For its Doritos brand, Chance the Rapper is teaming up with the Backstreet Boys to promote a new flavor. Michael Bublé will star in an ad for Pepsi’s Bubly sparkling water brand. And an ad for Pepsi itself has Carrell with rapper Lil Jon and pop singer Cardi B.Mercedes-Benz, meanwhile, has Ludacris.SURPRISESAlthough many companies released their ads online early, Villanova marketing professor Charles Taylor says some are holding back “for the potential to make a bigger splash.”
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