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Irving Fryar

Irving Fryar has the distinction of being the first wide receiver to have been chosen first overall in the NFL Draft. Fryar, who grew in New Jersey, began his career with the New England Patriots in 1984 and joined them in Super Bowl XX. Fryar would go on to play with the Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, and Washington Redskins. In a career spanning 17 years, Fryar played in 5 ProBowls and was named All-Pro in 1985 and again in 1994. He ended his career with an impressive 851 receptions, 12,785 receiving yards and 84 touchdowns. After retiring from the NFL in 2000, Fryar founded New Jerusalem House of God, serving as their pastor. He also obtained his doctorate of Philosophy in Theology from the North Carolia College of Theology in Wiilmington, NC. He is currently the Professor of Philosophy and Sports Management at Union County College in Crandford, NJ. View Guest page

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Sportstalk With Touchdown Tony Collins

August 28, 2013
Hosted by Tony Collins and Co-Host Bill Mattis

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Sports Talk with “Touchdown” Tony Collins

Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel

Tune in each week as Tony and his cohost, Bill Mattis, discuss the latest in sports news and action, interview fun guests from all sports, answer listener mail, and discuss the power of the positive in your life and using it to become what you believe.

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Tony Collins and Co-Host Bill Mattis

Raised in a small town in upstate New York called Penn Yan, Tony Collins lettered in football, basketball, and track, was first team All-State for three years while attending Penn Yan Academy and was recently inducted into his alma mater’s Hall of Fame.

Tony spent his college years breaking records at East Carolina University and was inducted into the ECU Hall of Fame in 2011. Selected in the second round of the NFL Draft in 1981, Tony spent a combined eight seasons with the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins. His successful football career was highlighted by a Pro Bowl selection in 1983, a single-game rushing record of 212 yards, and a trip to the biggest stage imaginable for a football player – Super Bowl XX.

Although he didn’t initially complete his undergraduate degree prior to joining the NFL, Tony realized the value of an education and returned to school, receiving his Bachelor’s in Communications degree in 2011. Now, Tony travels the country talking to high school kids about the college recruiting process. He is also the founder of the Tony Collins Foundation which, through its fundraising, benefits the children of Penn Yan, NY.

Tony is a firm believer in the power of positive thinking and spreads that message daily to his followers on Facebook. Join him on his weekly VoiceAmerica radio broadcast Sports Talk with Touchdown Tony Collins.

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