Moss continues to split his time between the two teams, working with the Eskimos from the opening of training camp in June through mid-August, before heading over to the Oilers locker-room for the hockey season.
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“He shows people that there is a role for our individuals to be contributing members of our society and there’s a lot we can learn from folks like Joe.”In 1984, Moss became a locker-room attendant for the Edmonton Oilers and has been a fixture since, through four Stanley Cup championships and the more recent tough times.“Wayne ran it by the organization and the rest is history,” said Stephen Moss, Joey’s younger brother and guardian.
He then spent a couple of years practicing law before joining NBC News in 2003.
The Joltin’ Jabs gym on Sansom Street is just a few blocks away from Rittenhouse Square, but be forewarned, ye who enter — you won’t be pampered, coddled or comforted. The man responsible for your pain is sitting across from me on a folding chair, surrounded by heavy bags and speed bags hung from the ceiling — the tools of his trade.
Joey De Malavez — former pro boxer, current Philadelphia trainer du jour, future shoo-in for reality-TV stardom — wears red track pants, a white knit cap on his shaved head, and a Joltin’ Jabs long-sleeve shirt that doesn’t hide his ample biceps or the tattoos that run up his neck and down to his wrists.
Brzezinski has worked in journalism since shortly after graduating from college and has also reported for ABC and CBS.
Both were married to other people for much of the show's tenure.