Chris Gragg (born June 30, 1990) is a former professional American
football tight end who played three seasons for the Buffalo Bills of the
National Football League (NFL). Over 32 career games, Gragg totaled 24
career receptions with 2 touchdowns. Born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Gragg
played college football for the Arkansas Razorbacks, where he won the
2012 Cotton Bowl. Gragg was drafted by the Bills in the seventh round of
the 2013 NFL Draft after he performed well at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Gragg finished the 2013 season with 5 receptions for 53 yards and a
touchdown. After playing in 2014 for the Bills, in 2015, Gragg set
career highs in games played, receptions, and receiving yards. Gragg
signed with the New York Jets in 2017, but did not play in any regular-
season games for the team after a preseason injury. A Twitter account
belonging to Gragg described him as "retired" as of December 31, 2019.
Gragg's brother, Will, played college football for the University of
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Today's selected anniversaries:
French acrobat Charles Blondin crossed Niagara Gorge, making
him one of the world's most famous tightrope walkers.
A massive explosion occurred near the Podkamennaya Tunguska
river in Siberia, flattening more than 2,150 square kilometres
(830 sq mi) of forest (sample pictured).
The Belgian Congo gained independence from colonial rule,
beginning a period of instability that led to the dictatorship of
Joseph-Désiré Mobutu in 1965.
Wiktionary's word of the day:
1. A plot of land; a lot.
2. A map showing the boundaries of real properties (delineating one or
more plots of land), especially one that forms part of a legal document.
3. (obsolete) A plot, a scheme.
4. (transitive) To create a plat; to lay out property lots and streets;
to map. […]
Wikiquote quote of the day:
Leaves glowing in the sun, zealous hum of bumblebees, From afar,
from somewhere beyond the river, echoes of lingering voices And the
unhurried sounds of a hammer gave joy not only to me. Before the five
senses were opened, and earlier than any beginning They waited, ready,
for all those who would call themselves mortals, So that they might
praise, as I do, life, that is, happiness.