Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds

Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds (born November 22, 1947) is an American former football player who played for the University of Tennessee, and started out as a fullback and changed to linebacker. He was a first-round draft pick by the Los Angeles Rams in the 1970 NFL Draft and played there 11 years before going to the San Francisco 49ers in 1981. He played with the Niners four more years and won two Super Bowls with them: Super Bowl XVI and Super Bowl XIX. He wore the number 64 throughout his career. He played in a total of 13 postseason games. Reynolds currently splits his time between a house in Miami and another in the Caribbean.

Reynolds earned his nickname in 1969 by cutting an abandoned 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air (some accounts claim it was a Porsche) in half with a hacksaw after his previously unbeaten University of Tennessee team returned from an embarrassing 38-0 road loss to Ole Miss. "I came back to school and I was very upset," Reynolds said. "I had to do something to relieve my frustration." He decided to turn the abandoned car into a trailer for his newly purchased Jeep. After working through the night on the project, chewing through 13 hacksaw blades, he returned the next day with some teammates to show off his handiwork. However, when they arrived, both halves of the car were gone. For the remainder of his career, the nickname stuck.[1] Reynolds appeared in a non-speaking role in the Simpsons episode "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday" when Dan Marino calls him and another football player named "Bubba" on Homer for picking a pass meant for Bart. As teammates have said he lived above a shop and kept his jersey, eyeblack and helmet on, and sometimes when they would go to breakfast on game day he would show up wearing his jersey, helmet and Eye black.

Jack Reynolds
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Reynolds playing for the 49ers during Super Bowl XVI
No. 54, 64
Position:Linebacker
Personal information
Born:November 22, 1947 (age 71)
Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.
Height:6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight:232 lb (105 kg)
Career information
High school:Western Hills
College:Tennessee
NFL Draft:1970 / Round: 1 / Pick: 22
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Interceptions:6
Games played:198
Games started:162
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

References

  1. ^ Strange, Mike (September 14, 2006). "Hacksaw was 'cut above the other guys'". Scripps Newspaper Group. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
1972 Los Angeles Rams season

The 1972 Los Angeles Rams season was the team's 35th year with the National Football League and the 27th season in Los Angeles. The Rams looked to improve on their 8-5-1 record from 1971 and make the playoffs for the first time since 1969. After a win against the New Orleans Saints at home, the Rams tied the Chicago Bears, 13-13, their third straight season with a tie. This was followed by an embarrassing loss to the Atlanta Falcons, 31-3. However, the Rams would then pick up their winning ways, beating the San Francisco 49ers 31-7 at home, the Philadelphia Eagles 34-3 in Philly, and the Cincinnati Bengals 15-12 at home. However, following this 3 game winning streak, the Rams struggled, losing several close games as they lost 5 of their last six to end the season 6-7-1. This would be the last time the Rams would miss the playoffs until 1981, as they started a dynasty the next season that saw them win the NFC West 7 consecutive times from 1973-1979. They also finished in 2nd place in 1980.

23rd Screen Actors Guild Awards

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70th British Academy Film Awards

The 70th British Academy Film Awards, and for sponsorship reasons the EE British Academy Film Awards, more commonly known as the BAFTAs, were held on 12 February 2017 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, honouring the best national and foreign films of 2016. Presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, accolades were handed out for the best feature-length film and documentaries of any nationality that were screened at British cinemas in 2016.

The nominees were announced on 10 January 2017 by actors Dominic Cooper and Sophie Turner. La La Land received the most nominations in eleven categories, including Best Film, Best Director (Damien Chazelle), Best Actor in a Leading Role (Ryan Gosling), Best Actress in a Leading Role (Emma Stone), and Best Original Screenplay (Chazelle). Arrival and Nocturnal Animals followed with nine nominations each.The leading British films were Ken Loach's I, Daniel Blake and the Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them with five nominations apiece and winning one award each.Following criticism at the lack of representation of ethnic minorities for the previous ceremony, BAFTA had announced steps to increase diversity across the industry, on both sides of the camera. However, there was again criticism at the lack of representation of Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) actors, directors and films in the nominations. In the leading actor, actress and director fields there were no BAME nominees, with the omission of director Barry Jenkins for Moonlight and actor/director Denzel Washington for Fences highlighted as particularly noteworthy.La La Land won the most awards at the event, winning five including Best Film. Damien Chazelle won Best Director, Emma Stone won Best Actress in a Leading Role, Linus Sandgren won Best Cinematography, and Justin Hurwitz won Best Original Music. Both Manchester by the Sea and Lion won two awards each. Casey Affleck won Best Actor in a Leading Role and Kenneth Lonergan won Best Original Screenplay for Manchester by the Sea, while Dev Patel won Best Actor in a Supporting Role and Luke Davies won Best Adapted Screenplay for Lion. Additionally, Viola Davis won Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in Fences and Mel Brooks was awarded the BAFTA Fellowship for his contribution to cinema.

89th Academy Awards

The 89th Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), honored the best films of 2016, and took place on February 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, at 5:30 p.m. PST. During the ceremony, AMPAS presented Academy Awards (commonly referred to as Oscars) in 24 categories. The ceremony, televised in the United States by ABC, was produced by Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd and directed by Glenn Weiss. Comedian Jimmy Kimmel hosted the ceremony for the first time.In related events, the Academy held its 8th Annual Governors Awards ceremony at the Grand Ballroom of the Hollywood and Highland Center on November 12, 2016. On February 11, 2017, in a ceremony at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, the Academy Scientific and Technical Awards were presented by hosts John Cho and Leslie Mann.In the main ceremony, Moonlight won three awards including Best Picture, after La La Land was mistakenly announced as a winner, as well as Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali. La La Land won six awards, the most for the evening, out of its record-tying fourteen nominations, including Best Actress for Emma Stone and Best Director for Damien Chazelle. Hacksaw Ridge and Manchester by the Sea won two awards each with Casey Affleck winning Best Actor for the latter. Viola Davis won the Best Supporting Actress honor for Fences. The telecast garnered 33 million viewers in the United States.

AACTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role

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Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actor

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Garrett Reynolds

Garrett Reynolds (born July 1, 1987) is an American football offensive guard who is currently a free agent. He played college football at North Carolina and is the nephew of former San Francisco 49ers linebacker Jack “Hacksaw” Reynolds.

Gold Collar

The Gold Collar is a greyhound racing competition held annually. It was inaugurated in 1933 at Catford Stadium. Following the closure of Catford in 2003 the competition switched to Belle Vue Stadium but only lasted until 2009 when it was discontinued. Six years later the competition was resurrected by Crayford Stadium.

Gold Derby Award for Best Actor

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Hacksaw

A hacksaw is a fine-toothed saw, originally and mainly made for cutting metal. The equivalent saw for cutting wood is usually called bow saw.

Most hacksaws are hand saws with a C-shaped frame that holds a blade under tension. Such hacksaws have a handle, usually a pistol grip, with pins for attaching a narrow disposable blade. The frames may also be adjustable to accommodate blades of different sizes. A screw or other mechanism is used to put the thin blade under tension.

On hacksaws, as with most frame saws, the blade can be mounted with the teeth facing toward or away from the handle, resulting in cutting action on either the push or pull stroke. In normal use, cutting vertically downwards with work held in a bench vice, hacksaw blades are set to be facing forwards.

Hanwell Town F.C.

Hanwell Town Football Club are a semi-professional football club representing Hanwell, but currently playing in Perivale in the London Borough of Ealing, England. They were the London Spartan League Senior Division champions in 1983 and the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division champions in 2014. The club is affiliated to the Middlesex County Football Association.

Jack Reynolds

Jack Reynolds may refer to:

Jack Reynolds (broadcaster) (1937–2008), professional wrestling announcer

Jack Reynolds (footballer, born 1869) (1869–1917), English international football player for both Ireland and England

Jack Reynolds (footballer, born 1881) (1881–1962), English football player and manager of Ajax Amsterdam

Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds (born 1947), American football player

Livewire (talk show)

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The show was most famously known for giving relatively unknown bands and singers their first television appearance. Bands and celebrities who appeared on the program include:

List of Guests

Adam Abeshouse

Afrika Bambaataa

Aileen Quinn – From The Movie Annie

Adam Yauch

Albert Hague – From Fame

Alex Tannous – Psychic

Average White Band – Rock Band

Bill Irwin – Actor

Billy Squier

Bow Wow Wow – Musical Group

Buckner & Garcia

Caian Devora – Actor

Carlene Carter – Singer

Carroll Righter – Astrologer

Chris Atkins – Actor

Comateens – Rock Band

David Liederman

DJ Jazzy Jay – Rapper

Dr. Michael Carrera – Author

Edward Bush – Director Of The Museum Of Holography

Erin Grey – Actor

Errol Manoff And The Fantasy Factory

Eubie Blake

Frank Zappa

Fred Newman – Voice Actor

Gene Roddenberry – Creator of Star Trek

Geri Jewell – From The Facts Of Life

Graham Nash – Singer

Grey Panthers

Haircut 100 - Musical Group

Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds– Linebacker, San Francisco 49ers

Jackie Torrence – Storyteller

James Bethea

James Earl Jones – Actor

Jennifer Gatti – Actor

Jimmy Baio

Joffrey Ballet Concert Group

John Hurt

Jordan Walker-Pearlman

June Foray – Voice Actor

KISS– Rock Band

Laurie Anderson - performance artist, singer

Lazoo

Lee Curreri – From Fame

Lords Of The New Church – Musical Group

Manowar

Mark Cordray

Mark Wilson – Magician

Marty Feldman

Merri Wood – Physicist

Molly Picon

Mummenschanz - Theater Company

Novo Combo

Paul Reiser – Actor

Phil Paul Call

The Pink Ladies – From Grease 2

Psychedelic Furs – Musical Group

R.E.M. – Rock Band

The Ramones– Rock Band

Ray Williams – Manager Of Six Flags Over Texas

Rene Teboe

Ricky Schroder – From Silver Spoons

Robert Duvall

Robert Truax

Ronnie Dyson – Singer

Ronnie Lamm – PTA Council President

Rudolf Of Danceteria – October 30, 1983

Split Enz

Stanley Jarocki – Mktg. V.P. Bally Midway

Stephanie Mills

Sugar Hill Gang– Rappers

Teresa de Rose and Andrew Needhammer - From American Ballet Theatre II

Tom Savini – Special Effect Makeup Artist

The Tom Tom Club – Rock Band

Twisted Sister – Rock Band

Valerie Harper – The Hunger Project

Valerie Landsburg – From Fame

The Cast Of You Can't Do That On Television

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Producers Guild of America Awards 2016

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Ray Candy

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As Kareem Muhammad he formed a tag team with Elijah Akeem as the tag team "The Zambuie Express". He also spent time as part of Skandor Akbar's Devastation Inc. group as well as a team known as "The Shock Troops" with Ed Gantner and "The Commandos" with Commando Boone. Canty was responsible for training New Jack for his professional wrestling career.

St Leger (greyhounds)

This page is about the Uk greyhound race. For other uses, see Saint-Léger

The St Leger is an original classic greyhound competition.It was run at Wembley Stadium from 1928 until 1998 but when the Wembley Greyhounds ended it moved to moved to Wimbledon Stadium in 1999. The race is considered to be the premier stayers (between 500 and 700 metres) competition in greyhound racing.The competition came to an end at Wimbledon after the 2016 running before being switched to GRA sister track Perry Barr. The prize money has reduced in recent times due to financial issues in 2010 and the loss of a Sky TV contract more recently.

The Mega Bucks

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Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor

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First-team Offense
First-team Defense
First-team Special Teams
Second-team Offense
Second-team Defense
Second-team Special Teams

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