Former Pro Bowl tight end Kellen Winslow II was arrested in Encinitas, Calif. on Thursday following a call to police regarding a residential burglary, according to KUSI News.
Police were called Thursday afternoon regarding a possible burglary as a neighbor in a mobile home park saw a black male he didn’t recognize enter a home. After the person confronted the unknown individual, the man alleged got back into his black SUV and drove away. Police later stopped a vehicle with the driver, Winslow, being identified as the person that had entered the home.
Jackson won the Heisman Trophy for his play at Louisville during the 2016 season and picked up several other honors over his final two college seasons. He was an effective weapon as both a passer and a runner, although questions about how much he’d develop in the former area helped keep him from going at the top of the first round.
Jackson is behind Joe Flacco in Baltimore as he starts his professional career and the length of time he spends in the No. 2 role will be partially determined by how well the veteran does during the 2018 season. Should it look a lot like the last couple of years, Jackson’s wait may not turn out to be an extended one.
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Chiefs 20, Washington 20: Washington had to settle for a 40-yard field goal from Dustin Hopkins after wide receiver Josh Doctson dropped what should’ve been the potential game-winning touchdown on third-and-2. Kirk Cousins made a great pass right into Doctson’s hands, and he just couldn’t hang onto it upon hitting the ground.
Cleveland’s prize for last year’s 1-15 campaign was the right to draft Garrett, an athletic freak who terrorized opposing passers for three seasons at Texas A&M. Unfortunately, a severe ankle sprain kept him out of the team’s first quarter of the season the aforementioned 0-4 start.
Without Garrett in the lineup, the Browns have fielded an average pass rush, ranking 16th in the league in sack rate. While the rookie’s gaudy numbers at Texas A&M were padded by big performances against non-Power 5 opponents, the man who lit the NFL Combine aflame with his ridiculous performance should be able to use that raw talent to put opposing tackles on roller skates en route to the pocket.
Plus: Who are the league’s top quarterbacks now that Aaron Rodgers is likely out for the season? And who will be the NFC’s two wild-card teams come January?
Mike Clay, NFL writer: Chargers over Broncos. When these teams met in Week 1, the Chargers fell behind 24-7 before mounting a furious comeback that fell short after a Younghoe Koo field goal was blocked in the final seconds. The Chargers will be at home this time around, and a two-game winning streak seems to have them back on track after an 0-4 start. Denver, meanwhile, has lost two of three and could be without Emmanuel Sanders.
Domonique Foxworth, The Undefeated senior writer: Redskins over Eagles. Philadelphia is currently considered the best team in the NFC. The hype is well-deserved, but the difference between the Eagles and Washington is minor. This game could go either way, but I like Washington to even the season series with a win in Philly.
Bears fans, here are the positives about the franchise reportedly reaching a contract agreement Thursday with Tampa Bay quarterback Mike Glennon.
The Buccaneers really liked Glennon and, according to the Tampa Bay Times, were offering a deal that would have made him the NFL’s highest-paid backup at an $8 million per-year average if he re-signed. He’s got a strong arm and he looked damn good in practice,” one team source told Sporting News.
Friedrich was part of the four-man rotation in its early stages, though he pitched on three days’ rest only three times in seven starts. In fact, the four-man rotation wasn’t strictly followed; Rox pitchers started just 20 times on three days’ rest in 55 games to which it applied. Colorado went to a straight five-man rotation after Chacin returned from the disabled list on Aug. 21. Chacin never went on three days’ rest at all.
The one constant in the whole deal was the pitch limits: Friedrich, Chacin and everyone else had them, and Rockies hurlers averaged 76.3 pitches per start over the 97 games of the experiment. The maximum pitch count by a starter in that period was 97, by Jeff Francis. The minimum was 53, by Drew Pomeranz.
That range makes the Rockies’ experiment relevant to today’s game.
Let’s fast-forward to 2016: Major league pitchers threw 100 or more pitches in just 35.7 percent of starts last season, per baseball-reference.com. That’s the lowest percentage over the past 10 seasons (40.7 percent in 2007 was the previous low). A plurality of pitchers (49.2 percent) lasted between 80 and 99 pitches last season. Pitchers failed to crack 80 pitches in the remaining 15 Cheap Basketball Jerseys UK percent Cheap Authentic Jerseys From China of starts. That’s the highest such percentage since ’07.