Breaston and Feely interaction

Posted by Darren Urban on June 7, 2010 – 9:40 am

Here are a couple of Tuesday chances to interact with a pair of Cardinals. As I mentioned before, wide receiver Steve Breaston will be doing a live chat on at 1 p.m. tomorrow (you can find the chat right here), so he’ll spend 30 minutes discussing whatever you want with the fans.

Then, Tuesday night, kicker Jay Feely will be at the Barnes and Noble bookstore at 21001 N. Tatum Blvd in Phoenix at 7 p.m. signing the book “NFL Dads Dedicated To Daughters.” Feely is one of 70 current and former NFL players who took part in the book (he has three daughters) which is about “what it means to be the father of a daughter and explain what men must do to stop violence against women.”

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20 Responses to “Breaston and Feely interaction”

  1. By TRIGIDYWOOD on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Darren. love ya man but we dont need to hear from Feely.. Whatever his views are about the Arizona Laws i dont need to hear…Now i know that he is playing on the wrong team already…MAYBE BREASTON CAN DO IT ALONE>>>> THANKS DARREN

  2. By Ditship on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    I don’t know what the previous poster is talking about. I think it’s great the Feely took part in a book like that. I don’t understand what that has to do with AZ law. Just being a good human being sounds like the goal of the book.

  3. By Joe-B on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Feely will be at the bookstore, not the live chat.

  4. By waldropcv on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Mr. TRIGIDYWOOD, I think you misunderstood the post.

  5. By brad oneill on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    trigidywood- are you really opposed to a dad standing up against violence against women.

    maybe the blog changed since you commented???

  6. By Stansclone on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Funny, book signings about raising children has nothing to do with enforcing immigration laws. And he’s playing on a team that was in need of a kicker before he arrived. Also I’m not sure how Breaston’s kicking skills are right now but the rest of the team looks like it needs more practice so no, LOOKS LIKE BREASTON CAN’T DO IT ALL ON HIS OWN>>>>THANKS LIBERAL

  7. By cowboysuck on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    trig-wood, what do you mean ‘we’, you and your burro? some of us literate and less narrow minded fans might be interested in a variety of subjects.

  8. By black on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Its the off season so who cares if they want to prove they are not just jocks? What else are they gonna say that isnt been repeated over and over by everyone else in the league?

    “We look good in camp”
    “we have a good team chemistry”

  9. By DeaconBones on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply


    Shut up… Everybody has their own views…

  10. By Eric on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply


    Feely isn’t doing a chat. He’s doing a book signing for a book that has nothing to do with AZ law. I’m sure he isn’t going to talk about his views unless he is directly asked by someone at the signing. You don’t need to worry. As fans, lets separate football and a player’s political views.

  11. By Jesse Robles on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    I love you Darren but we really don’t need to hear from TRIGIDYWOOD, hopefully Feely can make multiple 50 yard plus field goals if needed this year, some fans really don’t have any idea of a team. Another fan we picked up in our Super Bowl run. Thanks Darren

  12. By Stansclone on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Thanks for allowing all posts and not editing what may or may not turn in to a flat out argument. Even slowpokes like Trig should have their opinions.

  13. By darrenurban on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Stansclone —

    Well, I can’t promise there isn’t some editing. But if I do take out stuff I can’t post, I make sure the original message comes across. You are right — people all have opinions. As someone trained in journalism, I’m not big on telling people they can’t have their opinions.

  14. By Chris B on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Wow I predict Darren doesn’t touch this one… not sure how sb1070 has anything to do with live chat or book signing.

  15. By TBru on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    I am all for everyone having a right to their opinion, and hate over censored websites, but what the heck does the book “NFL Dads Dedicated To Daughters.”
    have to do with immigration laws?

  16. By cardattac on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Ok well I think you guys have cleared it up for him… LOL I like the fact we have guys on our team who such high character qualities. It means a lot in the long run Hey Darren….. What part of the book did Feely take part in? Was he just interviewed on some of the things he has learned and experiences being a father of three girls??? Did he take part in the writing??

  17. By darrenurban on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Cardattac —

    To be honest, I am not sure. I got the info from a press release.

  18. By mikebrown5335 on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    ok so i googled feely immigration and he did a inteview on fox news. i actually liked what he said but either way there are going to be players that we dont agree with politically but get over it. eveybody has there right to feel however they choose on topics atleast he is honest about it. been reading this these blogs for awhille but first post, great job darren

  19. By TRIGIDYWOOD on Jun 7, 2010 | Reply

    Thanks darren for edit… u did get my point across just took out half of most 4 letter words .. Just saying wish the guy kicked a fieldgoal for us first before opening his mouth…. thats all.. first the los suns make stand an now Feely”s 2cents? WOW KICKERS PAYTON MANNING SAYS….

  20. By BluePitt on Jun 8, 2010 | Reply

    I now love feely!! A+++ he didn’t say a darn thing wrong he just said the FED has failed the 4 or five states that border Mexico and there is a problem. and what AZ is doing is to try and fix the problem! what is wrong wit that? It is in no way wrong! FEELY FOR PREZ!!!!!!! IM going to the book store just to shake his hand! A+ here is the post I read.

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