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WHEN: Thursday February 3 1:15 PM CT
WHERE: Super Bowl XLV Media Center (Sheraton Dallas)
Press Conference room Houston B-C, 3rd Floor
WHO: NDAMUKONG SUH, DT Detroit Lions
JOE HADEN, CB, Cleveland Browns
MIKE WILLIAMS, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
RAY ANDERSON, NFL EVP of Football Operations
RICH EISEN, Host of NFL Network’s Total Access
CONTACT: Joanna Hunter, NFL, 917-776-____; firstname.lastname@example.org Writing Tools Scene setting
Foreshadowing (a hint of what’s to come)
Character Growth The benefits of change Resolution
Verbs add action
Metaphors add grace and dramatic tension “Race day dawned still and clear, as if the sky had intended to hold its breath.” Make it Memorable Be descriptive and expressive
Specific always beats generic & Avoid cliches!!
Consider the rhythm of your words (“Rule of 3”)
Use the active voice, not the passive Present tense puts the audience in the moment : Active voice: “Jeff Gordon drove the number 24 to victory.”
Passive voice: “The winning #24 was driven by Jeff Gordon.”
“Jeff Gordon drives his number 24 to victory!”
“Kobe Bryant hurtles toward the basket.” Use quo...
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