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Christopher Howland is currently a senior English major with a minor in Communications from The Florida State University.
He was also a New York Mets Featured Columnist for B/R and looks forward to regaining that status after a few months of inactivity due to more prestigious endeavors.
He also took part in the Bleacher Report Writer Academy during the spring semester of 2010.
Chris interned with NBC Sports Digital website Rotoworld.com and has aspirations to make his way in the sports media world after graduation in May of 2012.
He currently is an Editor and Comment Moderator for ProFootballTalk.com and still helps out the Rotoworld staff on occasion.
Christopher is the definition of a die-hard Mets fan and has followed the team all his life despite growing up in a household dominated by Yankees fans. He also lost his best friend and roommate, Doug Miller, Thanksgiving of 2010 and has dedicated everything he does to his best friend Doug.
Constructive criticism and comments are always welcome and appreciated.
You can follow Christopher on Twitter @ChrisHowland5
Chris you have some great Mets Articles......my son Bryan has just started to write Mets articles for the Bleacher report can you give us any advise? good luck RK
Jose Reyes trade: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/566118-jose-jose-jose-time-is-right-for-mets-to-trade-short-stop-jose-reyes
Part I of my Mets preview for 2011. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/629155-low-expectations-come-on-out-and-meet-the-2011-new-york-mets-part-i
Finally, someone who can see the potential in the Seahawks
got that article done...next time I'm breaking it down into parts.
I'm writing an article detailing the offseason priorities for every NFL team this offseason...BAD IDEA! It's a monster, and I've already lost interest, but I'm 10 teams in, so I'm not deleting it.
Word of advise...never do a slide show that long...
The B/R internship has been rewarding, as I've had a few articles posted on sites like NHL.com and Philly.com.
Be aware, however, that it is time-consuming. One day a week you will need to be free from 9-5 and they will send you anywhere from 1-4 stories to write in that time period. You will also be responsible for writing at least two freelance pieces and one homework assignment, which is an assignment topic picked by the editors and given a deadline.
It's been fun, but you really need to make sure you have the time.