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  • Giants blasted for David Tyree hire

    07/22/2014 8:10:31 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 12 replies
    ESPNNewYork.com ^ | July 22, 2014 | MIke Mazzeo
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Human Rights Campaign blasted the New York Giants' hiring of David Tyree on Tuesday for his past comments in which he expressed anti-gay views. Tyree, who was hired as the team's director of player development, said in 2011 that he would trade in his famous Super Bowl helmet catch if it would stop homosexuals from being married.
  • David Tyree: Gay Marriage Will Lead To 'Anarchy'

    06/16/2011 7:20:51 AM PDT · by DFG · 15 replies
    myfoxny.com ^ | 06/16/11 | NewsCore
    Former New York Giants wide receiver David Tyree -- best known for making a famous catch against his helmet during Super Bowl XLII -- spoke out against gay marriage Wednesday, claiming it is the first step towards "anarchy."
  • [Knoxville] Former mayor works to pay campaign debt - from 1982

    01/28/2006 10:21:24 PM PST · by SmithL · 9 replies · 322+ views
    Knoxville News Sentinel ^ | 1/29/6 | JIM BALLOCH
    In early 1983, Knoxville Mayor Randy Tyree faced a $700,000-plus debt from his unsuccessful gubernatorial campaign the year before. The debt was from several loans to his campaign organization, Tennesseans for Tyree. Four loans were from Jake Butcher's United American Bank, including one for $378,750 that had been personally guaranteed by his in-laws, George and Justine Dukas. <A TARGET="_blank" HREF="http://adsremote.scripps.com/event.ng/Type=click&FlightID=2028824&AdID=2035842&TargetID=2011669&Targets=2011020,2003385,2011361,2011448,2011669,2011702,2012740&RawValues=&Redirect=http:%2f%2fwww.advertisersite.com"><IMG SRC="http://images.scripps.com/1x1.gif" WIDTH=336 HEIGHT=280 BORDER=0></A> Various legal disputes over the loan, and then negotiations, lasted until 2004, when the Dukases had to sell their Sevier County home and 76 acres of land to retire the debt, which had by then reached...