Phillippi Sparks
American football player
Phillippi Sparks
Phillippi Dwain Sparks is a former American football player in the National Football League. Sparks graduated from Maryvale High School in Phoenix, Arizona in 1987. He then attended and played football for Glendale Community College in Glendale, Arizona from 1987 through 1989. Sparks played a key role on Glendale Community College's 1988 National Junior College Athletic Association national championship football team.
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Saints vs. Packers: Was Jordin Sparks Best NFL Could Get for National Anthem? - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
But the whole "Hey, she's Phillippi Sparks' daughter, so let's put her on every NFL special we can" thing is just getting old. Jordin Sparks used to have a career. She sang a song that I couldn't get out of my head for weeks
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Your First Game Of The NFL Regular Season Open Thread - Deadspin
Google News - over 5 years
Phillippi Sparks's daughter will sing the United States of America's national anthem. Then, the New Orleans Saints will try to cover a 4.5-point spread against the defending Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers. Al Roker and Kid Rock will be there
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Jordin Sparks to sing anthem Green Bay Packers season opener on Thursday - Green Bay Press Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
The daughter of former New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys cornerback Phillippi Sparks is a former winner of "American Idol." The league also announced that a group of 32 NFL alumni, one representing each team, will take part in pregame ceremonies
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Wolf, Cards to help NFL kick off season Thursday - AZCardinals.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The national anthem will be sung by the Valley's own Grammy nominated platinum recording artist (and Fitz friend) Jordin Sparks, who makes sense — her father is long-time NFL cornerback Phillippi Sparks. Not coincidentally, Sparks (the daughter,
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Terrell Thomas and Corey Webster provide Giants with rare stability at ... - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Google News - over 5 years
It's the most of any Giants cornerback combination through two seasons in two decades, with the only comparable pairing being Phillippi Sparks and Jason Sehorn combining for 56 of 64 starts in 1996-1997. “I think I would like to consider myself as the
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'American Idol' winner Jordin Sparks loves sports - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
Her father, Phillippi Sparks, played in the NFL for nine seasons, and her brother also plays football. The 2007 "American Idol" winner enjoys being active on the field and being a fan on the sideline. Sparks' new single, "I Am Woman," is serving as the
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Red Carpet Scoop: Jordin Sparks and Dennis Haysbert - BET (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Fortunately, she had her dad, former New York Giants cornerback Phillippi Sparks, with her for support. “I got the invite and called him up. 'Dad, you have to come to LA for this event next week,' and he was like, 'I'm there,'” said Sparks,
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'American Idol' winner Jordin Sparks wows crowd in return performance - Examiner.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Jordin's father is Phillippi Sparks, who played football with the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys for eight seasons. Jordin was the youngest ever winner of American Idol when she took the title in 2002, and she was the first non-southerner along
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PRO FOOTBALL; For Giants and Vikings, The Stakes Grow Larger
NYTimes - over 15 years
Whether it's 1986 and the Giants convert an improbable fourth-and-17 to spark their first march to a Super Bowl or 14 days into 2001 when the Giants pull off an equally improbable 41-0 rout to charge to a third Super Bowl, the Minnesota Vikings have frequently been the opponent poised at the pivotal juncture of Giants history. Phil Simms threw that
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PRO FOOTBALL; McDaniel Adds Some Bite to a Stingy Secondary
NYTimes - about 16 years
As a mid-October practice in the Giants' bubble wound down, Coach Jim Fassel approached the sideline and his two starting safeties, Sam Garnes and Shaun Williams. Wearing that same slightly crazed look he would use a month later to make his playoff guarantee, Fassel told the players: ''You know what I want? I want to get a big box and fill it with
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PRO FOOTBALL; Barber's Broken Arm Can't Dim Giants' Optimism
NYTimes - about 16 years
In a cold-weather January playoff game, a National Football League team usually needs a steady, dependable running attack. The Giants, who have this weekend off, will face St. Louis, Philadelphia or Tampa Bay at home on Jan. 7 with major questions about their two best running backs. Tiki Barber, the leading rusher, has a broken bone in his left arm
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PRO FOOTBALL: NOTEBOOK; Accorsi Has a Knack For Fixing Problems
NYTimes - about 16 years
General Manager Ernie Accorsi of the Giants is always thinking two steps ahead, and he hears everything. Accorsi was informed recently of a rumor that had running back Tiki Barber -- arguably one of the team's most valuable players this season -- irritated that the Giants had not begun talks about extending his contract. Accorsi moved swiftly to
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PRO FOOTBALL; Still Haunted By 90 Seconds Of a Nightmare
NYTimes - about 16 years
Sometimes, it all goes back to 90 seconds of a stormy and wet day, Dec. 27, 1997. It is easy to make a case that the Giants were not the same for two full seasons once that day's game lurched to its turbulent, fitful conclusion. In the final minute and a half of the Giants' playoff game that afternoon at Giants Stadium, with a lapse here, a blunder
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Sports of The Times; Giants Just Need to Salvage Another Par
NYTimes - about 16 years
WHEN the Minnesota Vikings lost to the Green Bay Packers, 33-28, in the afternoon, the door opened for the Giants to earn home-field advantage throughout the National Football Conference playoffs. All they had to do was win both last night's game here with the Cowboys and their season finale on Saturday with the Jacksonville Jaguars at Giants
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PRO FOOTBALL; In New Era, Old Cowboys Can't Handle Digital Vikings
NYTimes - over 16 years
As the Dallas Cowboys continue their downward spiral you can almost see the rust accumulating on those creaky bones -- Emmitt Smith is a man who refuses to go quietly. This afternoon against the Minnesota Vikings, it seemed like old times. Big game on national television. A possible Super Bowl team knocking on his door. The load of the offense
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PRO FOOTBALL: ON THE GIANTS; Off-Season Makeover Is Successful So Far
NYTimes - over 16 years
There was an off-season bowling tournament and later a golf tournament and then a barbecue followed by games of dominoes. Soon some people around the Giants began to wonder if Jim Fassel wasn't running a summer camp instead of a football team. Hey, coach, when's the sleepover? ''You can look at all that as artificial,'' Fassel said of his overt
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