Last October, Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel sat at his locker after practice, shirtless, all sinewy muscles and unfurled dreadlocks, looking every bit the warrior who defines the National Football League. Samuel made it clear to reporters that he wasn’t happy about the trade rumors hovering over him. Andy Reid was the guy he played for, the guy he’d go into battle with Coach was a lifer in the sport, and Coach had his back.
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So though McGarret may not have the black dye job of the first series, Alex O’Loughlin is just as rigid as Jack Lord was. And while the original McGarret’s whole face seemed to crack whenever he smiled, this still remains in the script with the character as maudlin as ever. A comforting factor to all those who prefer their characters a little but down in the dumps as opposed to happy go lucky..
Nancy AltobelloEY Nancy Altobello is EY Global Vice Chair, Talent. She previously held several leadership roles at EY, including Managing Partner for Assurance and Advisory Business Services in the Northeast, Managing Partner for Assurance and Advisory Area Practices, National Director of Human Resources for the Assurance and Advisory Practice, Area Director of Human Resources for Connecticut and Audit partner in the firm’s Stamford, CT office. Nancy has worked in several EY offices including New Haven, Stamford, Boston and New York serving clients in the technology, consumer products, and insurance industries.
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