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BRETT FAVRE’S FINAL PLAY … BY OVIE MUGHELLI (WITH VIDEO!)

Posted by TSUE on August 4, 2008

Ovie Mughelli on Brett Farve

Ovie Mughelli

When Falcons fullback Ovie Mughelli stopped by this spring, we were somewhat intrigued by his acting skills. At the time, Brett Favre was calling it a career, and we thought we’d let Ovie take a shot at re-enacting Brett’s final play. Since then, Favre has managed to stay in the news-he does this extremely well-and now we’re unsure if Ovie’s depiction is a part of our future, or past. As in, was this Brett’s final play, or is it still yet to come? Either way, we thought we’d let you decide. With a little prodding, any NFL star with some acting chops can become Brett Favre. Then again, maybe it’s just Ovie.
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DTLR and NFL Players Host Free Football Camp July 12th, 2008

Posted by TSUE on July 1, 2008

DTLR and NFL Players Host Free Football Camp July 12th, 2008

DTLR  along with Atlanta Falcons Chauncey Davis, Ovie Mughelli  and Atlanta Native Daniel Wilcox  Baltimore Raven Host FREE Football Camp

 

NFL players and local retailer to host camp in partnership with former Atlanta-area high school coach Oscar Dillard  


Who:               
Professional football players, Ovie Mughelli, Chauncey Davis and Daniel Wilcox, along with local student-athletes between age 12 and rising seniors (entering their senior year of high school later this summer).

 What:              
Local urban retailer DTLR (Downtown Locker Room) has organized a FREE one-day football camp to meet the unique needs of Atlanta-area high school athletes who are preparing for college football. As part of DTLR’s ongoing community outreach in the Atlanta area, the retailer has gathered the unique talents and expertise of NFL players for this event.
Additionally, Oscar Dillard, a  prominent former high school football coach in the Atlanta area, will lend the services of the Oscar Dillard Football Academy to the camp.  The day’s activities will include a warm up, followed by agility drills, offensive fundamentals and defensive fundamentals broken down by position, seven-on-seven passing drills, an overview of the college recruiting process by a representative from The Athletic Group, and a question and answer session hosted by Davis, Mughelli and Wilcox.

When:            
Saturday, July 12, 2008 9:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 Where:           
Badgette Stadium
at the Hugh Conley Recreation Center
3636 College Street
College Park, GA 30337

 

How:               
Players can register online on DTLR.com website in the scrolling box at the top as well as on the “Promotions” page or by clicking on the “Click Here” link on the picture.

Chauncey Davis, Ovie Mughelli,and Daniel Wilcox will bring other players to assist with this event. Registration fees cover the following: Camp schedule will include: Football Position Drills, Recruiting Seminar for Parents & Student Athletes and Lunch.

ABOUT DTLR

Levtran Enterprises, Inc., is the parent company for DTLR and Downtown Locker Room, a 61-store chain of urban fashion stores in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Illinois and Washington, D.C. Operating for more than 20 years, Levtran’s DTLR and Downtown Locker Room stores have become a trusted source for the hottest trends in urban apparel, footwear and music. Under the DTLR and Downtown Locker Room banner, Levtran participates in – and orchestrates – several community outreach initiatives and events supporting the neighborhoods and communities they serve. For more information on Levtran Enterprises, Inc., or DTLR/Downtown Locker Room, including store locations, current fashion trends, upcoming store events and community outreach initiatives, please visit www.dtlr.com. Ten of the 61 Downtown Locker Room/DTLR stores are located in the Atlanta area.


ABOUT TAG

TAGCastSports.comTM a subsidiary of The Athletic Group (TAG) is dedicated to the promotion of amateur athletics and the betterment of student athletes by providing innovative, computer-based solutions that will expose them to the largest possible audience during the college recruiting process.

 
 

 

 

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Ovie Mughelli and Atlanta Athletes walk on the wild side at Zoolebrity Day

Posted by TSUE on June 17, 2008

Ovie Mughelli and Atlanta Athletes walk on the wild side at Zoolebrity Day

Atlanta Falcons fullback Ovie Mughelli went to the zoo Saturday – and found it a much tamer place than his team’s tumultuous 2007 season.

“Last year was like a circus and a zoo for us,” Mughelli said with a laugh. “It was crazy – wild animals running around everywhere, no one keeping us in check, no one keeping us in our cages. You could make a lot of zoo analogies.”

Mughelli, along with Falcons offensive tackle Todd Weiner, Atlanta Dream WNBA players, Georgia Tech athletes and others, were on hand for Zoo Atlanta’s Sports Zoolebrity Day on Saturday. For several hours, they greeted fans, posed for photos and signed autographs.

Among the celebrities, Mughelli and Weiner drew the most interest, although certainly they were no competition for the elephants or the zoo’s new warthog piglet.

Appearing relaxed and rejuvenated in their Falcons jerseys, Mughelli and Weiner heard only well wishes for 2008.

The fans, at least the ones at the zoo, seemed to have moved on from the most chaotic year any Atlanta team has ever had – a 2007 Falcons season that included the imprisonment of quarterback Michael Vick, the dark-of-night departure of coach Bobby Petrino and a 4-12 record.

“No one is talking about the on-field and off-field situations of last year,” Mughelli said appreciatively. “I think Falcons fans see the light at the end of the tunnel.”

He said he sees the same. “Now we have order, structure and purpose,” he said, crediting new head coach Mike Smith and staff.

After being scarcely used by Petrino last year, Mughelli said he is certain he’ll be “an integral cog” this year, his second season with the Falcons.

But his mind was more on animals than football Saturday. “I love animals,” the 245-pound fullback said. “I want a pet monkey – little and cute.”

TIM TUCKER

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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