Ryan was very involved with the kids, showing them numerous drills of passing the ball and putting his best moves to avoid his flags being pulled off his waist.
His son Deacon seemed to be having a blast and lovingly put his arm around his dad during a huddle with the rest of the team.
Look for Ryan to appear on the small screen beginning July 11 as a cast member of the TV show Damages. The season’s plot is definitely an interesting one.
Channing McClaren (Phillippe) is a computer expert and the iconoclastic founder of a website, McClarenTruth.org, devoted to government and corporate transparency. When McClaren is approached by Naomi Walling (Jenna Elfman), an investment bank employee troubled by her company’s conduct with insider information, it lays the foundation for the case that will finally pit Patty (Glenn Close) and Ellen against one another.
In an attempt to triumph over her former mentor, Ellen (Rose Byrne) hires Kate Franklin (Janet McTeer), a one time colleague of Patty’s who is all too familiar with how she operates, but whose loyalty could be called into question. Adding to the turmoil surrounding the case is Rutger Simon (John Hannah), the chief lieutenant and gatekeeper for McClaren. As the series builds to its electrifying conclusion, far more than the verdict is at stake for everyone involved.
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