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     Green’s survey revealed that there are on   chose Rutgers University. The running   Get your questions about Medicare answered locally!
     average approximately 80-100 white-tailed   back played all four seasons of his career at
     deer per square mile in the areas covered by   Rutgers and had an immediate impact on                      Let your local family owned
     the study.                           the field for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.                             agency help you pick the
        For more information about the NJDA   During his freshman season in 2018, he                              right plan that fits your
     deer fencing grant go to  rushed for 551 yards and three touchdowns.
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     farms enrolled in the State Agriculture   touchdowns. His junior season was cut                            Seminars available. We are
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                                          well. With another 647 rushing yards and                                       and beyond.
     Pacheco Recovering from              five touchdowns in his senior season, he   Did you know there is Prescription Assistance and Part B assistance
                                          finished his career at Rutgers with 2,442
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        Running back Isiah Pacheco is recov-  believe that the Kansas City Chiefs got a   Office, in person, and in office appointments available to fit your needs.
     ering from surgeries for a torn labrum   true steal by drafting him in the seventh
     and a broken hand, coach Andy Reid   round of the 2022 NFL Draft.                       
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     wrapped up a three-day rookie camp.  DiRenzo Signs with
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     with it. I can’t even give you a timeline on   After playing one season at Rutgers   Essential Senior Benefits
     it, but he’s doing well.”            University and four years at Sacred Heart   Your Peace of Mind is Essential  Hablamos Español
        It’s been reported that Kansas City   University in Fairfield, CT, former St.
     Chiefs running back and former Vineland   Joseph High School Wildcat football play-       Damian & Ediana Martinez
     high football star Isaih Pacheco played   er, J.D. DiRenzo, a Hammonton native,
     the entire 2022 NFL season with some of   has signed an NFL free agent deal with
     those injuries. Kansas City Chiefs reporter   the Carolina Panthers.
     Devon Clements tweeted that, according   DiRenzo landed at Rutgers after start-
     to college football insider Kristian Dyer,   ing his college career at Sacred Heart
     Pacheco had a torn labrum for most of the   and started 12 games, including nine at
     regular season. He apparently also broke   left guard and three at left tackle. He was
     his hand during the AFC Championship   named the MVP of the Rutgers offense in
     game against the Cincinnati Bengals. But   2022 and participated in the Hula Bowl.
     he was still able to play in Super Bowl   While at St. Joseph’s DiRenzo was a
     LVII against the Philadelphia Eagles.   four-year letterwinner and was part of
     Dyer, of TODAY Sports Media Group,   St. Joe’s state championship teams in
     said Pacheco played “much” of his rookie   2013, 2014 and 2015. DiRenzo’ paternal
     season with a torn labrum and suffered a   grandfather, Dan DiRenzo, played for the
     broken hand during the AFC Title game.   Philadelphia Eagles’ 1948 and 1949 NFL   Immediate
     He had surgery on both injuries after the   championship teams.              Openings!
     Super Bowl, per Dyer.                  “I thought that was the coolest thing
        Not only did Pacheco play in the Super   ever. It’s always been my dream to be like
     Bowl, he had 76 yards and a touchdown   him and play in the NFL some day,” he   UP TO
     in the Chiefs’ come-from-behind 38-35   told The Press of Atlantic City.
     over the Philadelphia Eagles. Dyer also   Now he will be competing for a roster
     reported that the running back under-  spot with the Panthers.
                                            DiRenzo is the second southern New  $2,000
     went surgery to repair both injuries after
     the Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl   Jersey player who has been part of the
     LVII. This indicates that he will likely be   Panthers. Colin Thompson, who trains in    sign-on BONUS
     healthy and ready for the upcoming 2023   Cape May and is a member of the Lower
     NFL season.                          Cape May high school football staff, was a
        Pacheco had 830 yards and five TDs in   member of the Panthers for the past three
     his rookie season.                   seasons.                      
        He was highly recruited by several   A version of this content appeared on
     schools in the northeast but ultimately n                     609-845-3731
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