Godspeed!🍊🚀 pic.twitter.com/AN9FE3guDj. "He started in the instrumentation department for the mobile launcher, a structure used to support a large, multistage space vehicle, but ended up spending time in various other departments, becoming a bit of a celebrity in the process.". A recent marquee addition to the Chiefs offense shifted the attention for a moment, but, on Monday night, all eyes were on rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire. According to ESPN's Michael DiRocco, Dobbs was originally supposed to extern with NASA in 2018, but a government shutdown at the time scuttled that opportunity. As part of his internship at NASA's Kennedy Space …

“At the end of the day for us, we’re trying to win football games, trying to win a Super Bowl. https://t.co/l3SaCz4rqg.

"Being able to see the teamwork involved in preparation for this launch was incredible for me.

Dobbs … Former first-round pick John Ross is frustrated with his playing time and has requested a trade from the Bengals, Mike Garafolo reported.Â. What a tremendous honor to have been here.

Jaguars backup quarterback Joshua Dobbs hasn’t been able to busy himself with OTAs this offseason.

As part of his internship at NASA's Kennedy Space Center this offseason, Dobbs was at the SpaceX/NASA launch on Saturday, which sent a crew to the International Space Station. .

But, after a shaky start, Kyler Murray, a native of Bedford, Texas, settled in and turned in in 262 total yards and three total TDs in a 38-10 Arizona victory. NFL and the NFL shield design are registered trademarks of the National Football League.The team names, logos and uniform designs are registered trademarks of the teams indicated.

While some athletes have been trying their best to make the most of their time stuck at home, Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Joshua Dobbs has spent his offseason working for NASA. Photo Credit: Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for VaynerSports. You're able to see them in a different light, so you're able to kind of rewire your mind to be able to apply those concepts to the football world.". “Whether you’re on a football field or down there, it’s a team,” Dobbs said. “Every single day was different, so I got a chance to learn kind of the ins and outs, everything that goes on, and how everything comes together to support the rocket on launch day.”.

“It was pretty unique. The following browsers are supported: Chrome, Edge (v80 and later), Firefox and Safari. Dobbs, an aerospace engineering major at Tennessee, got the internship through the NFL Players Association program. So everyone has their big goal.”. 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan announced Monday that running back Raheem Mostert sustained a high ankle sprain in the team's Week 6 win 24-16 win over the Rams and is "most likely" headed to injured reserve. "You have 53 people, but everyone's different," Dobbs told DiRocco, correlating what he saw at the Kennedy Space Center to football. So he worked at NASA instead. Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Josh Dobbs spent the offseason training in a unique second job: Intern at NASA. It's so much like a football team -- you see how everyone doing their job fits together and makes something great happen. Not only is Dobbs an actual rocket scientist who graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in aerospace engineering, but as part of an NFLPA externship with NASA, he also spent February working at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. 49ers tight end George Kittle has plenty who praise him and that includes Bill Belichick ahead of the Patriots-49ers clash this week. Dobbs accepted and spent February on the Space Coast. "Scott Colloredo, a Tennessee grad and a deputy director of engineering at Kennedy Space Center, reached out to Dobbs via LinkedIn and asked whether he'd be interesting in coming to Florida instead. The program, which is stationed at the Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, FL, was initiated by NASA Deputy Director of Engineering Scott Colloredo, who also oversees a staff of over 600 employees.

With help from the NFL Players Association, Dobbs participated in an externship program at NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, … It was the first game in Elliott's career in which he's lost multiple fumbles.Â. All other NFL-related trademarks are trademarks of the National Football League.

Using their University of Tennessee connection, Colloredo reached out to Dobbs on LinkedIn last year to gauge his interest in the aerospace externship.

He can't wait to see the @NASA-@SpaceX launch today! "I really felt the nervousness watching the countdown, knowing what those astronauts have gone through to get to this moment," he said. Dobbs told Peter King for his Football Morning In America column that the preparation for the launch was similar to the teamwork it takes a football team to gear up for a big game.

“When you get down there and you see how intelligent people are and how hard they work, just what they are even talking about and are able to pull off, it’s truly amazing,” Dobbs told USA Today. Mission Success! Today, Americans return to space from FL’s Space Coast for 1st time in 9 yrs. CEO of NASA @uninterrupted @nasa @lee_altman, A post shared by Joshua Dobbs (@joshdobbs) on Mar 2, 2020 at 1:18pm PST, “It felt like every part of Kennedy Space Center kind of wanted to show me what was going on,” Dobbs said about his experience.

A scoreless game gave way to a Cardinals offensive blitz thanks to a pair of Ezekiel Elliott fumbles. The University of Tennessee alumnus graduated with a degree in aerospace engineering, according to USA Today, and is finding a reason to put it to good use. A cohesive team can accomplish anything!

Via Paul Myerberg of USA Today, Dobbs took advantage of the short window between the Super Bowl and the coronavirus outbreak lockdowns to work a three-week externship with the space agency at Kennedy Space Center.