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Backing up a then-39-year-old Johnny Unitas on the Baltimore Colts, Douglas, a rookie, wasn't given a chance to prove himself. General manager Joe Thomas felt he "didn't fit the bill" and replaced him by trading for San Diego's Marty Domres, who eventually started. Douglas turned to the CFL and played four season for the BC Lions and Calgary Stampeders.

Joe Gilliam | 1972-1975 | Pittsburgh Steelers

Drafted, 11th round (273 overall) | 20 games (7 starts) | 2,103 yards passing | 9 passing TDs | 17 INTs | 44.4 comp. % | 53.2 QB rating | 64 yards rushing | 1 rushing TD | 8 fumbles

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Joe Gilliam's story is one of loss. He grew up in Nashville during the Civil Rights era. His father, Joe Sr., was a defensive coordinator who coached at the historically black Tennessee State University. Gilliam was the ballboy. When it was time for college, Gilliam followed his dad to Tennessee State. By the time he'd graduated in 1972, he was a two-time All-American. That year, the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted him in the 11th round to back up Terry Bradshaw, the face of the franchise and the league's first overall pick two years prior.

Gilliam had the talent and the will to avoid the typical fate of black quarterbacks entering the NFL—position change or exile in Canada. He was a coach's kid and a college star. He was cocky. And he was smart. At the NFL combine, he ran a slow 40-yard dash on purpose, so coaches wouldn't consider him at wide receiver or cornerback. He made the Steelers as a quarterback, and for two years served as a backup to Bradshaw and another young quarterback, Terry Hanratty.

Under Bradshaw—and behind the Steel Curtain—the Steelers were transmogrifying themselves into one of the most formidable organizations in the league. But then came the 1974 players' strike, which lasted between July and August, and ran through the fourth preseason game. Bradshaw and Hanratty picketed, but Gilliam saw this as his opportunity; he didn't care if he was being called a scab. The Steelers were unbeaten in preseason, and Gilliam impressed head coach Chuck Noll. Bradshaw and Hanratty both played in the preseason, but Gilliam was the best. He could run and extend plays with his feet. He had a cannon, and perhaps the quickest release in the league. There were rumors he could even throw with his left hand.

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If freshman year of high school is a time of excitement, transition, and growth, what is sophomore year of high school? This might sound like the start of a bad joke, but it’s a reality to many students who struggle to stay motivated beyond freshman year.

In fact, there’s a name for this reticence: The Sophomore Slump. In this post, we’ll describe what the sophomore slump generally looks like and what causes it; then we’ll outline how you can overcome the sophomore slump even if you’re already in its grasp.

The sophomore slump is generally a period of being underwhelmed or even bored by high school during your sophomore year. The newness of freshman year has worn off. While you started ninth grade feeling like you had a world of possibilities before you, maybe you are a bit more jaded now and have a more realistic perspective of what’s an option and what isn’t. In short, you’ve fallen into a routine that’s generally unexciting, and with three years of high school spanning before you, you maybe don’t see much to get excited about in the immediate future.

To all of this you might also add some nervousness related to impending tests. Soon you may be taking AP tests, PSATs, and ACTs or SATs. Because these are all new to you, you might not have any idea of where to get started preparing for them, which can be an intimidating prospect.

If you’re a sophomore who feels unenthusiastic about high school, like you’re just stuck in a rut and miss the excitement that came from being a freshman, you could be experiencing the sophomore slump. But never fear. You might be experiencing the sophomore slump, but there are plenty of ways to beat it.

The sophomore slump is a generic term referring to a lack of initiative and motivation that occurs during the sophomore year, but it doesn’t refer to a specific cause. Instead, the culprits are often varied and unique for each student.

It can help to get serious about identifying the personal causes behind your sophomore slump. Take some time to reflect on your unique situation and feelings. Try to figure out what’s causing you to feel the way you are. Are you bored with class? Are you uninspired by your extracurriculars? Do you feel like you’re spinning your wheels?

For some students, the sophomore slump is simple exhaustion from your transition to a new school. While the excitement of freshman year was enough to keep you moving forward initially, by sophomore year you’re just plain tired of socializing and forging new relationships with so many teachers and peers, in addition to keeping up with all your other commitments. Put simply, you’re tired.

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In rarer cases, the sophomore slump could be a sign of something more serious. If you find yourself worrying obsessively, experiencing physical symptoms, or having thoughts about self-harm, you should discuss these feelings immediately with a counselor or parent.

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Rotterdam, with 80% of its land below sea level, aims to be 100 percent climate-proof by 2025.

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With nearly 80% of the city below sea level and one of the largest ports in the world, Rotterdam has built up centuries of experience when it comes to resilience, particularly on the topics of integrated water management and innovative climate adaptation.

Rotterdam’s efforts are still being undertaken with an eye towards the flood of 1953, which killed almost 2,000 people and caused widespread property damage. It was an event that underscored the destructive power of the sea, and spurred the modern flood management industry in the country.In 2007, this Dutch city announced its ambition to become 100% climate-proof by 2025 — able to continue functioning economically and socially with minimal disturbance under any extreme weather situation.

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Arnoud Molenaar is the Chief Resilience Officer of the city of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. After graduating with a degree in Physical Geography from the University of Utrecht, Molenaar started his career with several ambitious trainee posts and jobs in France, New Zealand and the Netherlands. As deputy head of the Rotterdam Water Management Department, he was responsible for Rotterdam’s urban water management and the Waterplan2Rotterdam. In 2008, he was appointed Manager of the ambitious Rotterdam Climate Proof program. In this role, he initiated the international Connecting Delta Cities network, became regional coordinator within the Dutch research program Knowledge for Climate, and was responsible for the design and implementation of the Rotterdam Adaptation Strategy.

Molenaar successfully led the City of Rotterdam towards a leading position on innovative urban water management and climate adaptation, which resulted in 2013 in an European Peer City status. Arnoud is first editor of the third Connecting Delta Cities book “Resilient Cities and Climate Adaptation Strategies” which was launched early 2014, he also was member of the Steering Committee of the international conference “Deltas in times of Climate Change 2014”.

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