Travel Back in Time at Ocean City Antiques and Collectibles Fair

first_imgBy Maddy VitaleA vintage postcard with a note detailing memories of a trip to Ocean City, beach tags from long ago Jersey Shore vacations, top hats from a more genteel time and tables of fine craftsmanship from the early 1900s, are just some of the items for sale during the July 14 Ocean City Antiques & Collectibles Fair.The show is in its fifth year and will feature 27 local dealers from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Ocean City Community Center, 1735 Simpson Ave. The fair, which is free and open to the public, also showcases nautical items, china and glassware, jewelry, paper memorabilia such as old menus and shore guides, and some rare books, explained Stephen Gring, co-manager of the show and a trustee of the Ocean City Historical Museum. Many antique dealers are returning to an event that seems to grow each year. A dollar donation is all that is asked for from visitors and will go toward the Ocean City Historical Museum Curatorial Committee, Gring said.From baubles to collectible books, there is something for everyone from the dealer to the novice or newcomer to the world of antiques.“We have a couple of very good jewelry dealers with pieces as low as $5 to several hundred dollars,” Gring noted.About 27 local antiques and collectibles dealers will participate in the show. (Courtesy Ocean City Historical Museum)Books go back to the early 1900s up to the 1960s and furniture for sale, including old wicker chairs, date from the early 1900s to the 1950s, Gring said.Gring, who sells antiques with his wife Mary Ann in the show, said there are some surprises this year, including pieces from the museum’s Curatorial Committee table.“There are quite a few nice things this year. There are some really nice top hats and an 1879 French sword,” Gring said. “That is the founding year for Ocean City, which is very neat for us.” For the historian who wants to flip through an original Tim Cain book about Peck’s Beach, there are five books being offered at the fair for around $20. Gring explained the same book goes for more than double that on eBay.Carol Dotts, chairwoman of the Curatorial Committee and a museum trustee, oversees the museum table.“We put the items out for sale that we don’t need for our collection,” Dotts said, adding that the items make wonderful purchases. The show, she said, takes a lot of work to put together, but is a lot of fun and is a chance for the museum and the antiques dealers to give the community a special event.The best part, she said, is the fair lasts nearly all day.“You can shop for your collectibles in the morning and still have time for the beach,” Dotts said.Executive Director of the Ocean City Historical Museum Jeff Granahan said the fair is a perfect way to bring people together who have a love of history and antiques.Granahan, like Gring and Dotts, is part of the team that organizes the fair every year.People will enjoy perusing antiques and collectibles. (Courtesy Ocean City Historical Museum)“The Antiques Fair is a great opportunity for us to enjoy history on another level. Collecting has a lot in common with what we try to accomplish with the museum, so it makes sense for us to host an event like this,” said Granahan, who co-manages the show with Gring. “Plus, it’s a lot of fun checking out all the things people have to sell.” And whether you are an antiques expert, a collector, or just someone with an appreciation for the old, there is something for all ages at the show.“We try to tell younger customers that if you are purchasing antique furniture, it is often solid wood. Buying an antique is an investment,” Gring said. “You are pretty much guaranteed you will have a significant amount of money that you can recoup, and a savvy purchase may increase the value.”Gring pointed out that it took a lot of work to organize the event, and like every year before, the show keeps growing and really becoming something the community looks forward to attending.“I am extremely appreciative to the volunteers. It takes a lot of work to pull this off and people come back year after year,” he said. “I am humble and appreciative that so many people are willing to help.” The Antiques & Collectibles Fair is host to many interesting pieces of history including some rare items. (Courtesy Ocean City Historical Museum) From nautical pieces, to rare books and shore memorabilia, the Ocean City Antiques & Collectibles Fair on July 13 at the Community Center is sure to please. (Courtesy Ocean City Historical Museum)last_img read more

Credit ump with the save of Hoffman’s lost wallet

first_img “The time has come for dramatic change for this organization,” Sternberg said. The moves follow the departure of manager Lou Piniella, who sought a buyout with one season remaining on his contract after criticizing the ownership group led by Sternberg for being more concerned about the future than trying to win now. Let’s do lunch: Pittsburgh general manager Dave Littlefield expects a face-to-face meeting soon with former Dodgers manager Jim Tracy, who was the front-runner for the Pirates’ managerial job until Oakland couldn’t come to terms with Ken Macha and allowed him to leave. Macha, who flew back to his home in suburban Pittsburgh on Thursday after parting ways with the Athletics, will probably meet with Littlefield before Tracy does. Littlefield spoke Thursday with Alan Nero, Macha’s agent, and planned to talk to Macha once he got to town, either late Thursday night or this morning. Tracy and Littlefield, who worked together with the Expos during the 1990s, talked by phone for two hours earlier this week. With so many teams looking for a manager, Littlefield said there is a sense of urgency to get something done “sooner rather than later.” Surgery done: Boston Red Sox closer Keith Foulke underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, three months after a similar procedure was performed on his left knee. Foulke will begin a rehabilitation program immediately and is expected to be at full strength for the start of spring training, the team said. Awards: Cincinnati’s Ken Griffey Jr. was voted the NL Comeback Player of the Year and the New York Yankees’ Jason Giambi was given the AL honor in a fan vote on MLB.com. Griffey hit .301 with 35 homers and 92 RBI after four years of serious injury. Giambi hit .271 with 32 homers and 87 RBI with 108 walks after struggling so bad in 2004 that the Yankees left him off their postseason roster. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Hoffman took a cab from the team hotel to Busch Stadium on Tuesday and left his wallet in the back seat. Umpire Ed Montague later got into the same cab and recovered the wallet. Montague was waiting at the clubhouse door when Hoffman approached. “He asked me for some identification and I couldn’t understand why he would be doing that,” Hoffman said Thursday. When Montague handed the wallet over, Hoffman started to offer him a reward. “I stopped short of doing it when I realized how it would look,” Hoffman said. House cleaning: New York investor Stuart Sternberg took control of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays from founding owner Vince Naimoli on Thursday, and his first order of business was to fire general manager Chuck LaMar, who had been with the franchise since its inception. Assistant GM Scott Proefrock and player personnel director Cam Bonifay also were dismissed. center_img San Diego Padres reliever Trevor Hoffman was going to offer a $100 reward to the man who found his wallet, then had second thoughts when he realized who it was. “I thought it might look funny, giving money to an umpire,” Hoffman said. last_img read more

Dairy photo highlights and results

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Photos by Lea Kimley. Wayne Co.’s David Miley with his Five Year Old Cow. In the Red and White show, Garrett Havens shows his Senior Three Year Old. Adam Wolf of Wayne Co. focuses in on the judge Blake Greiwe, Logan Co., exhibits his Ayrshire. Adam Wolf of Wayne Co. with his Ayrshire In the Ayrshire ring is Ashley Hawvermale with her champion fall calf. Alex Weiss of Weissway Farms exhibits his first place Milking Shorthorn. Royalty in the house! Ruby Withers (left) the 2018 Ohio Milking Shorthorn Princess and Juliana Baker 2018 Ohio Milking Shorthorn Little Ambassador. Madilyn Baker of Carroll Co. circling the ring with her Milking Shorthorn. Madilyn Baker of Carroll Co. shows her Milking Shorthorn. Kristopher Ackley, Logan Co.,picturing his champion Holstein cow The judge selects his overall champion Holstein Aaron Berg of Bellville exhibits his five year old cow Cora Gunkelman of Medina Co. sets up her cow Kristopher Ackley, Logan Co., shows his champion Holstein to the judgeHolsteinTotal animals shown: 111 Exhibitors: 65 YRP Grand Champion (Senior Champion) Exhibitor: Kris Ackley Animal: Chakelburg Evasion Kaught Sire: Belthuis SG Envision- ETSDOB: 2.21.2014 YRP Reserve Grand Champion (Senior Res. Champion) Exhibitor: Taylor Birkemeier Animal: Marste Gold Chip Cher Sire: Mr Chassity Gold ChipDOB: 03.01.2014 YRP Intermediate Champion Exhibitor: Garrett Havens Animal: Brookview Sid Loverslane Sire: Pine-Tree Sid-ET YRP Reserve Intermediate Champion Exhibitor: Brennan Topp Animal: Toppglen Defiant Wowwee Sire: Scientific B Defiant-ET Junior Holstein ChampionExhibitor: Tim GunklemanAnimal: Savage-Leigh Gotta Look-ESire: Pine Tree Sid- ET Junior Holstein Res. ChampionExhibitor: David MileyAnimal: Milry Avalanche GenesseeSire: Dymentholm Mr App Avala Senior Showmanship (15 and over) 1. Marrisa ToppDavid MileyTim GunkelmanVictoria DeamCole Pond Intermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1. Olivia FinkeEmily DeamLauren LamerouxLogan ToppGrace Gunkleman Junior Showmanship (11 and under) 1. Wyatt SchlaughLily FinkeColton ThomasLily ElsassAmelia Sammatinger    Red and WhiteTotal animals shown: 49YRP Grand Champion (Champion Senior) Exhibitor: Madeline Topp Animal: Balmoral Lars Aurianna- Re Sire: Willsboro Larson-ET YRP Reserve Grand Champion (Champion Intermediate) Exhibitor: Elaina Lahmers Animal: Lah-Dale Malone Shine-ReSire: AIR-OSA-MLE-Malone-R YRP Intermediate Res. Champion Exhibitor: Ally Cupps Animal: Pine Tree Rebel 6681-Red-USA Sire: Air Osa Mle Malone- Red- E YRP Senior Res. Champion Exhibitor: David Miley Animal: Miley Redburst GlitzSire: Lookout P Redburst Senior Showmanship (15 and over) 1. David MileyAlly CuppsJenna Griffith Intermediate Showmanship (12-14)Madeline ToppLauren LamoreauCora GunkelmanElania LahmersKody Pond Junior Showmanship (11 and Under)Lilly ElsassLydia KavermanKennley SiegristKaleb PondCarissa Pittman AyshireTotal animals shown: 48 Exhibitors: 23 YRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Marissa Topp Animal: Toppglen Wishful Thinking Sire: De La Plaine Prime YRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Logan Topp Animal: Toppglen Berkelys Wyanet Sire: Palmyra Bending Berkley-ET YRP Junior Champion Exhibitor: Ashley Hawvermale Animal: Hawver Crest Showgirl_ET Sire: Palmyra Berkley Reagan-E YRP Reserve Junior Champion Exhibitor: Kelly Hawvermale Animal: Hawver Crest Showgirl_ET Sire: Palmyra Berkley Reagan-E Senior Showmanship (15 and over) 1. Lane Greiwe 2. Ashley Hawvermale 3. Marissa Topp 4. Emma Days 5. Carson Wyatt Intermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1. Blake Greiwe 2. Maggie Mathews 3. Logan Topp 4. Hailee Rehmert 5. Adam Wolf Junior Showmanship (11 and under) 1. Kelly Hawvermale 2. Kale Hamker 3. Ava Lahmers 4. Levi Rehmert 5. Julianne Headings Milking ShorthornTotal animals shown: 39 Total exhibitors: 20 YRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Aubree Topp Animal: Topp-View Liriano Sire: Liriano YRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Sarah Rhoades Animal: North Stars SirachaSenior Showmanship (15 and over) 1. Sarah Rhoades 2. Alex Weiss 3. Jackson Pelino 4. Jess KikoIntermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1. Madeline Baley 2. Katie Weiss 3. Carrie Rhoades 4. Lily SpechtJunior Showmanship (11 and under) 1. Breanna Welina 2. Henry WeissCharlie Weisslast_img read more

10 months agoMan City midfielder Sane asks Liverpool: Can you handle the pressure?

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man City midfielder Sane asks Liverpool: Can you handle the pressure?by Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City midfielder Leroy Sane has warned Liverpool the pressure is on them after Thursday’s win.Sane has warned manager Jurgen Klopp and his men, chasing the Anfield club’s first domestic championship for 29 years, the heat is on them.”We’ve put more pressure on ­Liverpool,” said the German forward. “We’re just four points behind them — and they know it, too. “They have to keep up, but we do to. It’s now a little bit more ­interesting.“It was one of the ­biggest ­performances since I came here. Liverpool are, at the moment, maybe the best team in Europe or the world, so we’re happy we beat them. The players all felt how ­intense it was, especially given how important the game was. It was ­really tense.“You could see in every tackle, in every pass, everyone was really focused on the game and not to make mistakes. One wrong pass, one mistake, and you could get ­punished.“So it was really important to win against Liverpool. It gives you more confidence to know we are closer and it’s not over. We’re always going to fight until the end, it doesn’t matter what the scoreline is.” last_img read more

Major US investors keeping eye on Canada as Trudeau pushes trade in

first_imgNEW YORK, N.Y. – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will work the room at a business luncheon in Manhattan today on the merits of free trade and global economic co-operation, just as word starts to sink in that efforts to conclude NAFTA talks before the end of this week are likely to fail.Trudeau will spend the second morning of his three-day U.S. tour — his 16th visit to the United States as prime minister — participating in what is billed as an “armchair discussion” on economics and international trade at the Economic Club of New York.The trip is mainly focused on trade and drumming up investment for Canada, although Trudeau veered off that course Wednesday morning. During a speech at the New York University commencement at Yankee Stadium, the prime minister spoke at length on the merits of diversity and the risks of aggressive nationalism.Looming over everything is the North American Free Trade Agreement and the expected failure of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico to meet an artificial deadline today, set to try and seal a new deal before the Mexican federal elections this summer or U.S. congressional elections in the fall throw new curveballs at the process.Coupled with ongoing struggles to get the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion built, Canada’s ability to compete on the world stage and confidence in its ability to attract investment are currently flagged as questionable.In a series of meetings with a lengthy list of international investment executives and U.S. CEOs Wednesday, Trudeau time and again tried to counter those fears, pushing Canada as a great place to do business. Most of those he met with publicly agreed.None more so than Adam Neumann, the Israeli-born American billionaire who founded WeWork, which provides shared workspaces that include physical and virtual office space, health plans, and shared social networks to entrepreneurs, including start-ups.“Amazing leader,” Neumann said, after spending about 20 minutes in a private meeting with Trudeau.WeWork has five locations in Canada, with plans to expand to 11 by the end of this year and 45 by the end of 2020, Neumann said. He said his company is getting a lot of interest from Asian and Latin American companies who are interested in setting up shop in Canada using WeWork.“I think it’s a great story for Canada and a great story for us, and we’re here today to strengthen that relationship,” Neumann said.PepsiCo. Chair and CEO Indra Nooyi was also quite enthusiastic about Canada as a place to do business, noting her company — the second-largest food and beverage corporation in the world — does $4 billion worth of business in Canada each year.“We are in Canada, for Canada, with Canada and from Canada, and the reason is because the government of Canada is an excellent partner for business,” she said.Trudeau had another reason for sitting down with Nooyi this week, as he prepares to make ocean protection and eliminating plastic garbage a key initiative of the upcoming G7 leaders summit in Quebec next month. PepsiCo. is on board the plastics train, pledging last year to make sure 100 per cent of its packaging can be recycled or recovered by 2025.Trudeau also met with the heads of advanced manufacturing giant Honeywell, online advertising software expert AppNexus, and Etsy board chair Fred Wilson, who sang Canada’s praises as a great place for tech investments because of government support for both research and development as well as high-skilled immigration.“In a time where high-skilled immigration to the US has essentially been stopped, Canada is a great option to locate a team and recruit the smartest people in the world to it,” said Wilson in his blog. “What once was the game plan for tech in the US is now the game plan for tech in Canada.”Wilson’s comments fit in with Trudeau’s arguments in his commencement speech, against a type of politics that seeks to divide and conquer rather than unite and diversify, which many read as a direct rebuke of some of the policies of U.S. President Donald Trump.last_img read more

Charlie Lake Elementary student raises over 13k for cancer patients in Fort

first_imgLandon said he was inspired to raise the money after his grandmother Suzanne Sutherland shaved her head while undergoing chemotherapy treatment last fall. Sutherland was diagnosed with lung cancer five years ago. Landon’s mom Jackie Tolsma said that Landon’s inspiration for the fundraiser came while his family was shopping for scarves for his grandmother.Though he might not have his hair at the moment, Landon will be continuing the fundraiser until March 31st. To donate to the campaign, contact Jackie Tolsma by phone at (250) 262-6224, or email [email protected] of the donations received will be posted on the Landon’s Wish Facebook group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1862574167149041/about/ FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — 10 year-old Charlie Lake Elementary School student Landon Tolsma had probably one of his most exciting and nerve-wracking lunch hours today.Tolsma, who turns 11 on Sunday, had the close to seven inches of hair that he’s been growing since October shaved off today to raise money for cancer patients in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek. A fundraiser that was launched by his family almost three weeks ago brought in over $13,000 from an initial goal to raise $1,500 to buy scarves and other essentials for those battling with cancer. A bake sale at Charlie Lake Elementary brought in over $700 of the total on Wednesday and Thursday. Photo by Chris Newton Photo by Chris Newton Photo by Chris Newton Photo by Chris Newton Photo by Chris Newton Photo by Chris Newton Jackie and Landon Tolsma show off his new Charlie Lake Elementary Lakers toque. Photo by Chris Newton Jackie and Landon Tolsma show off his new Charlie Lake Elementary Lakers toque. Photo by Chris Newton last_img read more

Temperature record broken in Fort St John on Wednesday

first_imgSekhon says, this weekend we are forecasted to see temperatures return to close to normal with Saturday at a high of 4°C and rain, 2 degrees warmer than the seasonal average.The above seasonal temperatures are expected to continue for the rest of March and into April.For more information on weather trends, you can visit Environment Canada’s website. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – This week Fort St. John has been experiencing above seasonal temperatures for this time of year.According to Environment Canada Meteorologist, Bobby Sekhon, Fort St. John did break a daily temperature record on Wednesday, March 20, reaching 13.8°C beating a previous record from 1910.“We do have at least one record for Fort St. John, and that was from March 20. The new record is 13.8°C and the previous record was 13.3°C from 1910.”last_img read more

IT officials seize cash gold worth over Rs 4cr

first_imgKolkata: After conducting reconnaissance in disguise for several days, Income Tax officials seized Rs 1.5 crore of unaccounted cash and 8 kg of gold worth Rs 2.63 crore from hawala operators in Bengal, an official said on Thursday. “Based on credible inputs regarding suspicious activities of unaccounted cash and gold trading activities being carried out at Burra Bazar area and nearby places, our officials seized more than Rs 1.5 crore in cash and 8 kg of gold biscuits worth Rs 2.63 crore in two days from hawala operators and unaccounted gold traders,” an IT official said. During the search and seizure operation, several incriminating physical and electronic evidences were seized, the official said. IT officials have so far seized over Rs 28.77 crore of unaccounted cash, jewellery and bullion from the state after the announcement of the Lok Sabha elections, the official said.last_img read more

2010 NFL Mock Draft

1. St. Louis RamsSam Bradford, QB OklahomaThe Rams nab the new face of their franchise, although this team needs more than a face-lift.2. Detroit LionsNdamukong Suh, DT NebraskaDetroit desperately needs a playmaker on defense, and Suh will quickly become a fan favorite because of his non-stop energy and ability to wreak havoc in the backfield.3. Tampa Bay BuccaneersGerald McCoy, DT OklahomaTampa has many holes to fill, and McCoy gives the team a monster along the D-Line.4. Washington RedskinsRussell Okung, OT Oklahoma StateFormer starting quarterback Jason Campbell was beaten like a rag doll last year. The ‘Skins can’t afford to let that happen to the fragile Donovan McNabb.5. Kansas City ChiefsBryan Bulaga, OT IowaWith plenty of needs and no obvious choice, Kansas City could trade down. If not, Bulaga gives the Chiefs some beef up front.6. Seattle SeahawksTrent Williams, OT OklahomaSeattle is in a similar position as Washington. Former All-Pro left tackle Walter Jones tweeted in February that he was retiring and Seattle must keep quarterback Matt Hasselbeck healthy.7. Cleveland BrownsEric Berry, S TennesseeThe heralded Berry could be a savior for the Browns defense, giving the team a replica of Ed Reed and Troy Polamalu, who terrorize Cleveland twice a year.8. Oakland RaidersBruce Campbell, OT MarylandThere’s no rhyme or reason why Campbell should go this early. However, these are the Raiders, and Al Davis is notorious for drafting workout warriors.9. Buffalo BillsJimmy Clausen, QB Notre DameWhich is worse? Placing the draft’s No. 2 quarterback behind a shaky offensive line, or drafting a top lineman prospect to protect Trent Edwards or Brian Brohm?10. Jacksonville JaguarsDerrick Morgan, DE Georgia TechThe Jags traded Quentin Groves on Wednesday, Derrick Harvey has been a disappointment, Aaron Kampman is coming off a torn ACL, and they have to somehow pressure Peyton Manning.11. Denver BroncosDez Bryant, WR Oklahoma StateSure, coach Josh McDaniels probably won’t want to replace one diva receiver — Brandon Marshall — with another. But when Eddie Royal and Jabar Gaffney sit atop your depth chart, a receiver is a priority.12. Miami DolphinsRolando McClain, LB AlabamaBill Parcells will love McClain’s nose for stopping the run and his sensational leadership qualities.13. San Francisco 49ersJoe Haden, CB FloridaHaden’s cover skills make him the top cornerback prospect in the draft, but his inconsistent 40-times drop him out of the top 10.14. Seattle SeahawksC.J. Spiller, RB ClemsonSeattle’s war room will be doing backflips if Spiller falls into their lap. Julius Jones and Justin Forsett are not playmakers, which is what this offense desperately needs.15. New York GiantsJason Pierre-Paul, DE South FloridaRumors have swirled that defensive end Osi Umenyiora is on the trading block. Whether true or not, the athletic Pierre-Paul gives the Giants depth along the line.16. Tennessee TitansBrandon Graham, DE MichiganThe Titans need major help along the defensive line, and Graham would add immediate depth. He dominated the Big Ten throughout his career.17. San Francisco 49ersAnthony Davis, OT RutgersThe Niners have an opportunity to nab a pair of talented players with two picks in the top 17. Davis adds muscle to the O-Line.18. Pittsburgh SteelersKyle Wilson, CB Boise StateThough the Steelers have shortcomings along the offensive and defensive line, their struggles in the secondary last season are well-documented.19. Atlanta FalconsJerry Hughes, DE Texas ChristianAtlanta needs all the pass-rushing help they can get. Hughes can switch between end and linebacker.20. Houston TexansRyan Mathews, RB Fresno StateThe Texans would probably love to draft Texas native Earl Thomas to bolster their secondary, but Mathews gives them some thunder to Steve Slaton’s lightning.21. Cincinnati BengalsEarl Thomas, S TexasDrafting Thomas here is a steal for Cincinnati, who will also be tempted to take Jermaine Gresham. Bengals safeties Chris Crocker and Roy Williams will both be 30 this season.22. New England PatriotsSergio Kindle, LB TexasSurprisingly, the Patriots have a ton of holes to fill, one of which is a pass-rusher. Although he can be a liability in coverage, Bill Belichick will love Kindle’s versatility.23. Green Bay PackersMike Iupati, OT IdahoNo longer will Aaron Rodgers be running for his life. Iupati will help to give the Packers QB more time to throw.24. Philadelphia EaglesKareem Jackson, CB AlabamaThe Eagles, who traded starting cornerback Sheldon Brown earlier in the offseason, would be wise to snatch Jackson, whose stock is rising fast.25. Baltimore RavensJared Odrick, DT Penn StateFor a guy with a big frame, Odrick is surprisingly quick and will add depth to a thinning Ravens line.26. Arizona CardinalsJermaine Gresham, TE OklahomaArizona’s top tight ends are Anthony Becht and Ben Patrick. They need someone to stretch the middle of the field. They should look no further than Gresham, who runs like a gazelle and is the best available.27. Dallas CowboysTaylor Mays, S USCAfter dispensing of hard-hitting safety Roy Williams a year ago, Jerry Jones finds another play-making safety who depends too often on the big hit.28. San Diego ChargersBrian Price, DT UCLAWith Odrick gone, the Chargers will turn to Price to help fill the gap left by the departed Jamal Williams.29. New York JetsCarlos Dunlap, DE FloridaAdd another player to the list of talented yet troubled offseason additions for the Jets. If Rex Ryan can get Dunlap to mature, he could be a monster in green and white.30. Minnesota VikingsTim Tebow, QB FloridaTake a look at Minnesota’s depth chart. They have zero pressing needs. The Vikings can afford to roll the dice on Tebow. Brad Childress is a fan of Tebow and would allow him time to develop and eventually become the team’s starting quarterback, unless Brett Favre wants to play until he’s eligible for an AARP card.31. Indianapolis ColtsTerrence Cody, DT AlabamaEach year, the Colts draft near the bottom of the first round, where the top defensive tackle prospects are typically no longer available. Instead of picking up their usual leftover scraps, Indy reaches a bit for Mt. Cody, who can plug gaps and block kicks.32. New Orleans SaintsSean Weatherspoon, LB MissouriThe Super Bowl champs are a little thin at linebacker, and the play-making Weatherspoon will be a perfect fit for their aggressive defense read more