"American Football League/AFL" Boston Patriots (1969)

*NFL Boston Patriots (1970)

*NFL New England Patriots (1971)

*NFL Dallas Cowboys (1972)

*NFL Miami Dolphins (1973)

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*College Hall of Fame, 1988

*2× All-American (1967 College Football All-America Team/1967, 1968 College Football All-America Team/1968)

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"Ronald "Jingle Joints" Sellers" (born February 5, 1947) is a former American football player. He played college football for Florida State University, where he was a two-time All-American (1967 College Football All-America Team/1967, 1968 College Football All-America Team/1968). Despite being limited to a total of 30 games of regular season eligibility, Sellers still holds Florida State career records for receptions, receiving yards, and most 200-yard receiving games.. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1988. A wide receiver, he played for the American Football League's Boston Patriots in 1969 AFL season/1969, when he was an American Football League All-Star games/AFL All-Star, then for the National Football League's Patriots, Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins.

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A lot of churches out there don't think through the use of the Internet as a strategic tool. They simply think, 'We need an Internet site -- put something up.' So that, I think, really lends itself to an incomplete use of what the Internet does have to offer.

What?s really sad is that six out of ten churchgoers told us they believe the Bible commands them to tithe 10 percent or more of their incomes, yet other studies have consistently shown that under one out of ten actually do that. In other words, at least half of all Protestants are clear on what they believe they?re supposed to be giving, but consistently don?t give it.

He was the fastest player on the team. He did not have the best hands on the team.

When we look at behavior patterns of most Americans, we're really doing minor things to make a difference. There's not a lot of difference, in many ways, from evangelicals and the public at large.