ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Eager Bridge, Temporary Closure The Eager Bridge on Route 201, about one kilometre east of the intersection of Highway 10, is closed to traffic until 4:30 p.m. today, Oct. 20, and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 21, to repair the bridge deck. A detour route is marked on Highway 10, Highway 1, and Byard Road. -30-
Rabat – Béni Mellal Two people were killed in a road accident, on Monday evening, on national road n8 linking the cities of Béni Mellal and Marrakech.The accident, which took place at 9.30 p.m. at the Ouled M’barek rural commune in the Beni Mellal province, was caused by a four-wheel drive hitting a motorcycle.The motorcycle driver died instantly and his engine skidded off the road and killed another person, a security source said.
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says during talks on the resolution on Sri Lanka submitted to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), the main concern was on the judiciary and not the security forces.Speaking at the National Management Conference in Colombo today, the Prime Minister said that questions were raised on the strength of the judiciary. The Prime Minister however said that the domestic process to address concerns on incidents related to the war will not be mainly at the court but in ensuring National unity and reconciliation. The Prime Minister said that the Truth Commission will include a compassionate council which will look for compassion.He said that simply pursuing a legal process will be never ending so after discussing with all parties concerned it was decided to go ahead with a Truth Commission which best suits Sri Lanka. (Colombo Gazette) He said there was a concern Sri Lanka’s judiciary may have suffered particularly after former Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake was impeached and removed from office by the former Government. “Everyone agrees that we should find out the truth. We have to look at the victims. About compensation and what else we can do for them. As one of the members in the TNA told me, all that we do will not bring the dead back to life. But let us ensure it will not happen again and there is unity,” he said.He said that the Government, through a domestic mechanism, will establish a Missing Persons office, Special Counsel and Truth Commission.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “They were picking piglets up, cuddling them – there was a lot of screaming going on. Piglets don’t want to be cuddled. Then unfortunately, they were putting the piglets back in the wrong pens. A farmer has accused vegans of crushing two piglets to death after causing a stampede during their efforts to cuddle the newborn pigs.200 vegans from the group “Meat the Victims” stormed a farm in Lincolnshire in order to protest against pork.However, in their efforts to raise awareness about the “cruelty” of pig farming, they were accused of causing distress to the animals and inadvertently causing the death of two. Farmer Sylvia Hook, from Sandilands Farm on Newark Road in Laughterton, said the vegans terrified her family and caused damage to the farm.She told Lincolnshire Live: “About 50 of them all piled into a farrowing house, immediately the sows are jumping up and down.“It’s caused the death of two young piglets through being squashed and two other piglets I’ve had to be taken away to get up and running again.” The farmer added in an interview with BBC Look North: “The sows were very stressed initially with all the noise and the commotion, jumping up and down, squashing piglets, causing general havoc.
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Greenpeace demande à l’Afrique du Sud d’abandonner ses projets nucléairesL’organisation écologiste Greenpeace presse l’Afrique du Sud d’abandonner ses projets d’investissement dans le nucléaire, à six mois de la conférence de Durban sur le réchauffement climatique, alors que le pays envisage de s’équiper de nouveaux matériels. Le directeur international de Greenpeace, le sud-africain Kumi Naidoo a indiqué dans un communiqué que “l’énergie nucléaire nous détourne dangereusement du développement nécessaire de l’énergie propre pour éviter un changement climatique catastrophique. L’énergie nucléaire fournit trop peu, trop tard et avec un coût trop élevé pour l’environnement”. L’écologiste souligne que l’Afrique du Sud “devrait jouer un rôle de pointe aussi bien en ce qui concerne ses propres choix énergétiques que pour démystifier les fausses solutions énergétiques au catastrophique changement climatique telles que le nucléaire”.À lire aussiLa fusion nucléaire pourrait bien devenir prochainement une réalitéCette intervention a lieu alors que le pays construit à Medupi la plus importante centrale au charbon du monde, une installation qui sera, à terme, en mesure de fournir 4.800 Mégawatts (MW). De plus, pour faire face à la crise énergétique que l’Afrique du Sud a connu en 2008, le pays envisage de se doter, dans les prochaines années, de nouveaux équipements qui pourraient produire plus de 50.000 MW supplémentaires dont 9.600 seraient d’origine nucléaire. Le tout coûterait 860 milliards de rands, soit 89 milliards d’euros. D’autant que l’Afrique du Sud doit accueillir à Durban du 28 novembre au 9 décembre prochain, la Conférence internationale sur le réchauffement climatique.C’est la raison pour laquelle le dirigeant de Greenpeace demande à la ministre de l’Energie, Dipuo Peters, de réexaminer le rôle du nucléaire en Afrique du Sud bien que celle-ci ait annoncé en mai que le pays n’abandonnerait pas son programme nucléaire et ce, malgré les évènements qui venaient d’avoir lieu au Japon avec la catastrophe de Fukushima. Pourtant, Kumi Naidoo presse la ministre de décréter un moratoire sur la construction de nouveaux réacteurs atomiques, au moins jusqu’à l’évaluation complète des implications de Fukushima, indique romandie.com.Le 5 août 2011 à 18:26 • Maxime Lambert
During a press conference this Tuesday, Pep Guardiola revealed that he doesn’t expect a more mature version of left-back Benjamin Mendy.In football there are players like Benjamin Mendy, who are different from the rest, they have a more jovial demeanor as they can’t seem to have an off switch and manager Pep Guardiola knew this when he first signed the Frenchman from AS Monaco.Ever since he got to Manchester City, this player has always shown a predilection for the more active way of life, the one that isn’t necessarily as private as perhaps the manager would like.Pep Guardiola has learned to separate the player from the public persona with Mandy and other players, but the Frenchman is the one who has given him a more challenging relationship.From the very start at Manchester City, Pep Guardiola repeatedly stated that he never really appreciated the social media life that his defender led, Mendy vowed to slow it down a bit but he never really did it.Now after a couple of years have passed, it appears that the Catalan manager has finally given up on his pursue to stop Mendy from being so public with his life and he has finally accepted the Frenchman for who he is.🗣 | Pep Guardiola: “Benjamin Mendy is in the squad tomorrow (against Burton). Maybe on the bench.”#FPL #FantasyPL #FFScout #GW24 #mcfc pic.twitter.com/6y3xXxq5NU— Fantasy Football Scout (@FFScout) January 22, 2019On Tuesday, when asked about this public persona that Benjamin Mendy has on all his social media accounts, Guardiola explained why he doesn’t have a problem with it anymore.The Catalan manager will be happy as long as the payer responds on training and on the pitch, he doesn’t care about the stuff outside work anymore.“I am delighted with Benjamin,” Guardiola told a news conference via Four Four Two.“I am sad because we were not able to play him because of injuries but that sometimes happens.”“The way he is training, the way he is in the locker room… you cannot imagine how much the people love him. I am delighted – I just want to use him more! That’s all.”“I am not unhappy with Mendy [using social media heavily]. I am not here to change his mentality. His way, the way he lives… is what it is. When we bought him, we knew it.”Solskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“So, when we are talking about training sessions, always it’s perfect but he is active on social media. He likes to be. It is what it is.”“We try to convince him, but I’m not his father! [I tell him]: ‘Be focused on your job and what we have to do. You are young, and you can be one of the best left-backs, but it’s up to you,’” he added.Pep Guardiola: Benjamin Mendy ‘needs to be focused’ to achieve potential https://t.co/OYoao9X0Z6 pic.twitter.com/SsCpZHlnCg— Prem Brew (@prembrew) January 23, 2019After hearing Pep Guardiola speak frankly about Benjamin Mendy’s lifestyle, thinking about the poor way in which Jose Mourinho managed this with Paul Pogba at Manchester United is inevitable.The Portuguese manager truly hated this side of the French midfielder, they were always at odds for several reasons but one of the biggest disagreements they had was due to an Instagram story that Pogba posted after Manchester United was eliminated from the FC Cup by Derby County.We could see Paul laughing on a short video right after the Red Devils were eliminated in penalties, this was the origin of the already famous argument between the two of them on next morning’s training session after the infamous defeat.Pep Guardiola takes a very different approach to this with Benjamin Mendy, he prefers to understand his players instead of trying to limit him and this has brought a very peaceful relationship between the two.Even if Pep Guardiola doesn’ like the whole circus that is the social media lifestyle, he understands that times have changed and everybody has to adapt to the new era.‘I’m not his dad’ – Guardiola won’t change much-loved Mendy https://t.co/3P2ThhhBvl pic.twitter.com/KZXk9nDGia— Cleansheet (@Cleansheet) January 22, 2019What’s your take on players who love using social media for everything? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) – A former Palm Beach Gardens officer faced a judge and pleaded not guilty, Friday.According to court documents, Jones, a drummer, had left a gig before dawn when his SUV broke down on the PGA Boulevard off ramp on Interstate 95, in Palm Beach Gardens, Oct. 18. A fellow band member tried unsuccessfully to jump-start the vehicle, then left Jones, 31, to await a tow truck along the dark off ramp in the affluent city north of West Palm Beach.Nouman Raja remains on house arrest as he faces charges of manslaughter and attempted first-degree murder.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Seventeen-year-old Toksook Bay teen Byron Nicholai released an album recently. His Yup’ik songs have been popular in the YK Delta ever since he started uploading his performances to his Facebook page. Now they’re available on a variety of common online music sites.Download AudioByron Nicholai released a 12-track album. Photo: Nicholai’s Facebook page, ‘I Sing. You Dance.’Nicholai recently recorded a 12-track album now available on Google Play, Spotify, Amazon and most recently iTunes under the album name “I Sing, You Dance.”Nicholai says he first got the idea to record and sell his songs from the comments on his “I Sing. You Dance.” Facebook page.“People wanting to buy CDs: ‘Where can I buy a CD?’ ‘Where do you sell your CDs?’ and I told them that I don’t have a CD yet, and then they were saying, ‘Well, you need to make one cause I want to buy one,’” said Nicholai.Nicholai says the opportunity to professionally record his music arose after he was introduced to Frozen Whitefish band member Mike McIntyre who is also the owner of a new business, Yuk Media.McIntyre founded the company in June with mission of bringing Yup’ik culture into the mainstream media as a means of preserving the culture for future generations. Nicholai became the first client. McIntyre says their project started under a pressing deadline: the Alaska Federation of Natives convention in mid October.McIntyre says they discussed business over pizza and were able to record the songs in about five hours. Nicholai recorded some traditional songs passed down from family, friends and teachers; like the song called “Tarvautnauramken,” or “Let me bless you.” It’s a song about performing a blessing to drive away evil spirits or sickness. Another song fans will notice is his signature song called ‘I Am Yup’ik.’They say the album also features three new songs Nicholai came up with during the recording.“One of my favorites is ‘Ellu’urtaataunga,’” said McIntyre. “We were sitting there and he starts singing something, and I’m like, ‘What was that?’”“Yeah I just made that up.” said Nicolai. “Mike’s like we need to put that in the album you should record it and sing it again.”After that Nicholai freestyled a couple more songs.While the album is available online they haven’t produced CDs yet but McIntyre says they hope to order a thousand to sell by Christmas.Nicholai’s performed for Secretary of State John Kerry and other dignitaries at the White House in Washington, D.C., over the summer. But he says now he’s focusing on his schooling. He’s turned down a few requests for performances. He is in his senior year in high school and wants to finish school on time so he can get back to traveling and performing. He a plans on going to college at the University of Alaska Anchorage. He says the location will make it easier to travel for performances. He plans to major in education and minor in Alaska Native studies.Mike McIntyre started the Yuk Media Company last summer in June, winning the 2015 Best in the West Small Business Competition. He hopes the company will be the route local artists in the YK Delta will take when they want to introduce their work to the mainstream. He plans to record another local artist, Bobby Gregory, in the near future but he says his company will welcome anyone with open arms.
3D printing, also known as rapid prototyping or additive manufacturing, used to be the manufacturing industrys best kept secret but now the technology is being used to transform many industries, including medicine.Over the past year, hospitals around the world have begun talking about their burgeoning use of 3D printing in health care, from 3D printing an entire skull, to rehearsing incredibly complex surgeries and creating implants for reconstructive surgery.If I didnt have 3D printer technology, I wouldnt be able to do my work, Dr Muhanad Hatamleh, a senior clinical maxillofacial prosthetist at Kings College Hospital, told IBTimes UK at the 3D Printshow 2015 in London.3D printing is revolutionising every aspect of the medical industry. It saves time, it saves more lives and it improves the efficiency of the surgery as well.There are also great hopes for bioprinting, such as 3D printing human cells. The technology is still in its infancy but great strides have been achieved in the past few years.Alan Faulkner-Jones, a research associate with the Biomedical Microengineering Group at Heriot-Watt University, has been researching bioprinting for the past five years and has created Biogenitor, a 3D printer that is able to produce pluripotent stem cells.It is currently possible to grow stem cells in a laboratory, but since the cells are on a petri dish, they are 2D and do not behave the same way as cells in the body do, because they do not have surrounding cells to take instructions from.At the moment, drugs are tested by first testing them on small animals, then large animals, then human trials, but then the drugs dont work anymore, because youve tuned them to the response the animals had, Faulkner-Jones told IBTimes UK.By replacing all of that with microtissues, you can then straightaway tune the drugs to humans, and it also allows you to do personalised medicine, because you can use patient-specific cells, and you can work out how a person would respond to a particular medicine and then personalise the medicine for that person.Retaining 3D structureInstead, he has been developing a 3D printer that is capable of fabricating cells protected within hydrogel so that they retain their 3D structure.Faulkner-Jones said: Cells are never two-dimensional in the body and they lose a lot of functionality on a flat dish. But if you put cells within hydrogel and then you print structures the sam way you would using standard layer by layer additive manufacturing, then you can build up a three-dimensional structure and the cells are much happier.Gartner analyst Pete Basiliere says the most exciting use of 3D printing is to make medical devices.By 2018, we expect that there will be 2.3 million 3D printer units sold, he told IBTimes UK. Medical devices are the most exciting [use case]. But when you think about the personalisation thats available in prosthesis, implants, dental and restorative surgery, its just phenomenal. Close
Lightning strikeA one-year old boy was killed after being hit by a bang caused by thunderbolt in Baluigasa village of Satkhira’s Sadar upazila on Saturday.The deceased was Bilal Hossain, son of Md Ibrahim Hossain Khokon of the village.Officer-in-charge of Sadar police station Maruf Ahmed said that the child died on the way to a nearby hospital after he had fallen sick hearing the sound of the lightning strike.
If you thought the Angry Birds franchise was dead just because Rovio had released Bad Piggies you were wrong. LucasArts and Rovio have teamed up to bring an Angry Birds Star Wars game to iOS and Android on November 8.The game is traditional Angry Birds gameplay mixed with Angry Birds Space, Star Wars characters and locations, and promises to be much more than just regular Angry Birds dressed as Star Wars characters. No actual gameplay has been shown just yet, but expect to be flinging birds across your favorite planets including Hoth, Tatooine, and maybe there will be a boss level where you’ll have to fling birds into a pig-shaped Death Star.This partnership isn’t just good for one new game, though. In true LucasArts style there’s a whole lot of merchandise also launching before Angry Birds Star Wars comes out. So far there’s a Jenga game which involves flinging rebel birds from their X-wing-mounted catapults into a piggie Death Star, an At-At Attack Battle Game so you can build an At-At and then fling yet more rebel birds into it, and a figure pack which will include Chewbacca, Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, and R2-D2. The boxes are modeled on the 1980’s collectible Kenner packs (remember those?) to give a nostalgic feel.It may be a cheap way for both Rovio and LucasArts to make money, but that merchandise will be too much to resist for both Star Wars and Angry Birds fans alike. We can only hope the actual game will include some hilarious clips from the film done Angry Birds style, I think that would really make for a good crossover.via PocketGamer
Donald Trump Demands ‘6G’ Rollout ‘As Soon as Possible’China Preps 5G Coverage For World’s Longest Sea Bridge A decades-old networking protocol used by global mobile providers may have put U.S. phone users at risk.Federal officials acknowledged the vulnerability in a previously undisclosed letter from the Department of Homeland Security to Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), obtained by The Washington Post.Dated May 22, the memo describes Signalling System No. 7 (SS7), a set of protocols developed in 1975 that allows cellular customers to move between networks as they travel.AdChoices广告More than 40 years old, the program features little security, according to the Post, which warned of spying by foreign intelligence agencies and criminals.“I don’t think most Americans realize how insecure U.S. telephone networks are,” Wyden said in a statement, published by the paper. “If more consumers knew how easy it is for bad guys to track or hack their mobile phones, they would demand the FCC, and wireless companies do something about it. These aren’t just hypotheticals.” Stay on target The @FCC can & should conduct an independent assessment of the security of U.S. phone networks, identity which networks are lagging behind, & then force those companies to up their security.— Ron Wyden (@RonWyden) May 30, 2018In a separate letter addressed to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai, Wyden revealed that a major American wireless carrier suffered an SS7 breach, in which consumer data was accessed.“Although the security failures of SS7 have long been known to the FCC, the agency has failed to address this ongoing threat to national security,” he wrote.The FCC declined to comment beyond saying that it “received and [is] reviewing” the letter.Initially created as a way for telecom companies to exchange information as they routed calls, Signalling System 7 now performs number translation, local number portability, prepaid billing, SMS, and other mass market services for various firms.Anyone with a modicum of tech savvy could hack their way into the network and pretend to be a carrier requesting customer information.SS7 tracking systems around the world create millions of “malicious queries”—messages seeking unauthorized access to data—each month, the Post reported. The most advanced operations can monitor dozens of people for hours at a time, sending alerts if they get close to specific areas or each other.“The FCC must now take swift action,” Wyden wrote, “using its regulatory authority over the wireless carriers, to address the market failure that has enabled the industry to ignore this and other serious cybersecurity issues for decades.”He requested a response from Pai by July 9.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Though, Union Health Minister JP Nadda has hailed the budget as balanced, progressive, pragmatic and pro-people, various stakeholders have raised their reservations over the budgetary allocation for the heath care sector. Talking to Millennium Post, JNU Professor Ritu Priya said: “The budget is not in the best interest of poor. The government had promised to provide at least 50 life saving drugs for free, which cannot be accomplished with this small amount of the Budget.” Also Read – Need to understand why law graduate’s natural choice is not legal profession: CJI“The Health Ministry had demanded a minimum Rs 50,000 crore from the Finance Ministry to expedite primary health care treatment plans for the poor. Now, how the Health Minister will fulfill those promises?” asked the NJU professor, who is associated with Centre for Social Medicine and Community Health (CSMCH) department. It’s worth mentioning that the Health Ministry and CSMCH work in tandem over policy formulations for public health care.Notably, the present allocation is Rs 2011 crore lesser than the last year’s final outlay which was Rs 35,163 crore after cutting down from the total Rs 39,237 crore announced in the Budget 2014-15. “I have allocated Rs 33,152 crore to the health sector. I urge states to utilise their enhanced resources effectively in these areas,” Jaitley said while presenting the Union Budget in the Lok Sabha.As an initiative to boost the public health sector in the country, the government has also decided to set up six new AIIMS-like institutes in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Himachal Pradesh, Assam and Bihar.
For the second year in row, Costa Rica has been left off the “World’s 10 Best Ethical Destinations” list posted by the Ethical Traveler Foundation.This year’s list valued the country’s natural beauty and wide variety of options for ecotourism. However, Costa Rica failed to make the cut overall because of its “lack of freedom for environmentalists and the issue of child prostitution,” according the report.Costa Rica has traditionally appeared on the annual list, but was removed in 2010 for similar reasons.In 2011 it reentered the list and remained for two years, even topping the 2013 list before being removed from the 2014 list, and now the 2015 edition.The countries that made the 2015 list — “in alphabetical order, not in order of merit,” warns the report — are Cabo Verde, Chile, Dominica, Lithuania, Mauritius, Palau, Samoa, Tonga, Uruguay and Vanuatu.Ethical Traveler draws up the list after researching the quality of developing countries on social and environmental issues, focusing on four general categories: environmental protection, social welfare, human rights and animal welfare.They also take into account reports from nongovernmental organizations such as Freedom House, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, Reporters Without Borders, UNICEF, the World Bank and various LGBT resources.Ethical Traveler is a nonprofit organization founded by the San Francisco-based Earth Island Institute. According to their website, it works “to empower travelers to change the world.” Facebook Comments Related posts:Ecotourism conference highlights local sustainable businesses in Costa Rica Travel Guide Highlights Rural, Community-based Ecotourism Dúrika Foundation and Reserve: Experiencing Ecotourism at Its Greenest Private Sector Helps Promotes Ecotourism
IMAGE: Discovering ChicagoTwenty of Australia’s top-selling Globus family of brands’ agents have just returned from a mega 11-day tour of the Southern States of the USA, in celebration of their annual Supertour, with stops in Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee and Louisiana. The hand-crafted itinerary shined a light on the locations that have played an integral role in the evolution of American Music – from rock and roll, to country and the blues. Highlights included celebrating Memorial Day in Chicago; visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, exploring Elvis Presley’s home, Graceland, and experiencing the best kind of blues in Memphis. The tour culminated in New Orleans, giving agents the opportunity to explore the French Quarter and immerse themselves in Cajun cuisine, with a cooking demonstration and dinner at the New Orleans School of Cooking, before exploring the city’s iconic party culture on buzzing Bourbon Street.To wrap-up Supertour in style, agents donned their finery for a garden party-themed gala night, at the former rooftop coffee warehouse turned event space, The Chicory, with views over the city. Rooftop Supertour wrap-up partyThe destination for next years’ Supertour will be announced in September and agents can earn their place on the 2020 trip by selling as many Globus family of brands’ products including Globus, Cosmos, Avalon Waterways or Monograms between 1 March 2019 – 29 February 2020. agentsfamilGlobus family of brandsSouthern StatesSupertourUSA
Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “You eventually have to find something, whether that’s in the draft or some aging vets.”One of the other options Cole mentioned, William Hayes, chose to re-sign with the Los Angeles Rams, which took another potential option off the board. But Cole’s point is that the Cardinals are not necessarily going to be hung out to dry.“But just because the prize guys on the shelf, you didn’t pick them off, I wouldn’t panic just yet,” he said. “This is still a really good team.” Your browser does not support the audio element. LISTEN: Jason Cole, Bleacher Report NFL reporter Top Stories 0 Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Free agency is always an exciting time for NFL fans, as some of the league’s most notable players change teams while high-dollar contracts are handed out.It’s important to remember, though, that while teams can and have added some talented players this way, the best franchises usually find the bulk of their key talent via the draft.On top of that, the best teams are rarely the most active — at least in the early days of free agency — so a team getting off to a slow start may not really be reason for concern. Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin (22) eludes Miami Dolphins defensive end Olivier Vernon (50) on a run during the first quarter of an NFL preseason football game Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack) That’s the feeling Bleacher Report NFL writer Jason Cole has with regards to the Arizona Cardinals, who won 13 games last season but as of Wednesday afternoon had yet to make a splashy free agent signing.In fact, the Cardinals have mostly made headlines for the players they’ve whiffed on.“It’s been a pretty good team for the last two years now, almost three, but really the last two years,” he told Bickley and Marotta on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Wednesday. “In 2014 the real hesitation there was, or the real problem was the injury to Carson Palmer.“So to me, the base of this team is really, really good.”The Cardinals have reportedly been interested in a collection of pass rushers, but so far the best ones on the market have chosen to sign elsewhere. Cole understands Arizona’s desire to upgrade the pass rush, but isn’t fretting over their struggles in addressing the need.“Do you need to overpay and spend 12, 13 or 14 million dollars on Olivier Vernon right now,” he asked, before word came out that Vernon had agreed to a deal with the New York Giants that is worth $85 million over five seasons, with $52.5 million in guaranteed money. “No — you can hold out a little bit and be a little more patient. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires
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