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Brandon was recently promoted to Regional Vice President of Sales for Blink Charging, where he’s been with the company since 2019. Prior to joining Blink, Brandon held sales leadership roles at UGE, helping bring community solar power to the New York region. A seasoned supply chain and business development professional, Brandon will lead sales and expansion efforts for Blink in the Northeast region, having already sold or deployed over 1,000 chargers since June 2020.
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Brandon Jacobs is serious about making NFL comeback as DE

It turns out former running back Brandon Jacobs wasn’t kidding about trying to make an NFL comeback in a very unusual position. Jacobs, a Super Bowl winner with the New York Giants, responded to Tim Tebow’s tight end comeback bid by remarking that he was planning to return to the NFL as a defensive end. Most assumed Jacobs wasn’t serious and was instead taking a shot at Tebow’s effort.
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Giants news, 6/29: Brandon Jacobs, training camp, more headlines

Brandon Jacobs’ potential defensive comeback is drawing interest - NY Post. Citing Tim Tebow’s attempt at an NFL comeback as a tight end, the 38-year-old who is the Giants all-time rushing touchdowns leader reportedly has three interested teams in his abilities as a defensive end. Rating NFL offseasons for all...
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Ex-Giants RB Brandon Jacobs Says 3 Teams Eying Him as DE; Last Played in 2013

Former New York Giants tailback Brandon Jacobs may have a chance to return to the NFL for the first time in nearly a decade—just not as a running back. According to Pro Football Talk's Josh Alper, the 6'4" veteran is receiving interest from three teams to play defensive end. The 38-year-old last played in 2013, but he told Keyon K. Jeff of HoumaToday.com he can make an immediate impact on defense.
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Brandon Jacobs Reveals 3 NFL Teams Have Shown Interest

Former New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs believes he could make a comeback in the league – at defensive end. Jacobs, 38, announced in May that he believes he could come out of retirement and be an impactful defensive lineman. “Well since Tebow came back after being off a...
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Teams interested in now-DE Brandon Jacobs?

Last month, Brandon Jacobs surfaced in NFL news for the first time in many years. The former Giants running back said he was training to return to the league — as a defensive end. This comeback bid may have legs. While Jacobs has not played since the 2013 season and...
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Brandon Jacobs Says Three Teams Have Shown Interest In Him As Defensive End

Former NFL RB Brandon Jacobs expressed interest on social media in making a return to the NFL as a defensive end after seeing Tim Tebow land a roster spot with the Jaguars as a tight end following a tryout. Jacobs now says three teams have shown some interest in him.
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Former Giants RB Brandon Jacobs claims 3 teams have shown interest in him as DE

Brandon Jacobs wishes to return to the NFL, and the former Giants running back claims a trio of teams have shown interest. Last month, the former Giants running back made it known he was attempting an NFL comeback as a defensive end. Jacobs, 38, hasn’t played in an NFL game since 2013 but says he “will play defensive end for whatever team gives me a chance.”
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Brandon Jacobs claims 3 teams are interested in him as defensive end

Brandon Jacobs claims he really may get a shot to return to the NFL as a defensive end. The former New York Giants running back, who turns 39 next week, told HoumaToday.com that he could be “one of the best in the league” despite never playing the position before, and added his agent has heard from at least three teams interested in checking him out as a defensive end this summer.
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