Kansas State University (KSU) Wildcats Player Taken in 2010 NFL Draft – 1 Selection From K-State

The Kansas State University (KSU) Wildcats only had one player from their school taken in the 2010 NFL Draft that was held in April of 2010. The sole K-State Wildcat selected by a National Football League (NFL) franchise in the 2010 draft held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City was cornerback Joshua Moore.

Joshua Moore was taken in the fifth round by the Chicago Bears with the 141st overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. Moore is a 5’11” 184 pound cornerback who is being brought on to help the aging Chicago secondary.

Moore was born on August 20, 1988 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and wore number four for the Wildcats before being picked up by the Chicago Bears. There is currently a player wearing number four on the Chicago roster and that is punter Brad Maynard. Maynard has been in the NFL since being a third round draft pick (very high for a punter) in 1997. It is unclear whether Maynard will give number four to Joshua Moore or if the rookie will have to defer the jersey number to the veteran player.

Before Moore led his college team at KSU in tackles he was a standout athlete as a prep star in the Miami area of Florida. In high school the talented lock down corner anchored the defense at his high school with such skill that he earned All-Broward County recognition for Class 6A in Florida, a noteworthy achievement.

Prior to choosing K-State as a high school senior Joshua considered a more local athletic scholarship from Florida State University in Tallahassee. Moore also received recruiting interest from nearby powerhouses the University of Florida and the University of Miami.

As a freshman at Kansas State in 2006 Moore played in all 13 games and as a result of improved performance started each of the last five games of the season. Joshua earned the accolade of All-Big 12 freshman team for his efforts. As a sophomore the rising star was forced to red shirt due to injury issues. Moore overcame the 2007 setback and finished his college football career strong enough to earn himself attention in the 2010 NFL Draft.

Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith was happy to pick up Joshua Moore when he was still available in the fifth round. At the 141st pick in the draft the Chicago Bears felt that a player whose abilities fit the needs of their team as well as Joshua Moore did provided a true value opportunity in terms of acquiring an asset at an easily justifiable cost.…

Catastrophe Alert – Is Working For A Living A Problem In Today’s Economy?

In today’s economy, most people might conclude that is it harder to get a job under this current president. While I am not here to share any personal beliefs in politics, I will say that in today’s time, it is much harder to find a job than it once was. 20 to 30 years ago, most people stopped going to college once they got their bachelors. Now people are getting their masters in their respected fields and are still not able to make ends meet in their household.

In the workforce today, there are many things that are worth pointing out that makes working for a living a problem. Working for a living in my opinion is not the way to live. In the great country called United States, We as citizens are allowed to challenge the status quo and pursue our dreams.

When you work for a living, if you are not educated, you are most likely living on or under the poverty level. You are basically forced to work extremely long hours for very little pay. In addition, since you are not on salary, in the unfortunate event you become dangerously ill and forced to take a lot of days off to heal, you will fall into enormous debt.

If you have a degree in a respected major, you maybe just above the poverty line but you are no where near comfortable. When you have a masters or bachelors and are well educated, taxes that come out of your paycheck and the increased cost of living can make it hard to enjoy a comfortable level of living.

When you work in corporate America, in most cases you are forced to work with people you do not like and your job is never guaranteed. Nothing is ever guaranteed in society and you can be out of a job at any minute. Your employer may choose to go in a different direction and let you go or your employer may go out of business leaving you out of a job as well.

If you want to escape working for a living in today’s economy, you must find a different method of earning income. Working from home can be a great way to make income. Working from home will allow you to make more money than you ever imagined and you will be able to put yourself in position to live a higher quality lifestyle.…