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Philadelphia police expect more arrests from Super Bowl celebration mayhem

Eagles fans went wild following the team’s first Super Bowl victory, lighting fires and causing other damage in downtown Philadelphia, but as of Monday afternoon, police had only arrested four individuals.
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Police commissioner Richard Ross told he expects that number to grow, after officials finish reviewing video, social media posts, and other evidence.
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But the Philadelphia Fire Department kept everything in perspective in announcing its daily statistics for the entire city. February 4 daily totals: 781 EMS incidents, 153 fire Incidents, 7 structure fires, 1 Super Bowl championship.

The Jets are always interested in adding Matt Joyce Youth jersey cornerstones to their defense, and Key should fit right in with Leonard Williams and Jamal Adams to give the team one of the rising defensive units in the game, provided the Jets aren’t scared away by his off-field red flags.

Trump continued. Though many of our Nation’s service members are unable to be home with family and friends to enjoy this evening’s American tradition, they are always in our thoughts and prayers. We owe these heroes the greatest respect for defending our liberty and our American way of life. Their sacrifice is stitched into each star and every stripe of our Star-Spangled Banner. We hold them in our hearts and thank them for our freedom as we proudly stand for the National Anthem.

We send our best wishes for an enjoyable Super Bowl Sunday. May God bless and protect our troops, and may he continue to bless the United States of America.

President Trump has been relentless on the issue and even mentioned the subject during Tuesday’s State of the Union address. When talking about a young boy who decorated veteran’s graves with flags, Trump said, it’s why we proudly stand for the national anthem.

Cardinals find new coaches for cornerbacks, running backs

The Arizona Cardinals are dipping into the collegiate ranks for their new cornerbacks coach.

Harbison, 59, has been the co-defensive coordinator and outside linebackers coach for the Ragin’ Cajuns since 2015.

Harbison brings 26 years of college coaching experience at both offensive and defensive positions to the Cardinals. He played one season for the Bills in 1982.

Ajayi and Clement offset the loss of Sproles. Mychal Kendricks, Najee Goode and Dannell Ellerbe all helped in the effort to replace Hicks. Rookie kicker Jake Elliott had a good season and made a pressure-packed, 46-yard field goal late in the Super Bowl to put the Eagles up by eight points.

And last but far from least was Foles stepping in for Wentz. It’s another reminder for teams like the Texans, who lost Deshaun Watson to injury and didn’t have a quality No. 2 quarterback.

The Vikings ranked No. 1 in overall defense and scoring defense last season, allowing 275.9 yards per game and 15.8 points per contest. The Vikings, however, also allowed 456 total yards in a 38-7 blowout loss to the Eagles in the NFC Championship.

Edwards, 50, interviewed for the Bears’ open head-coaching job in January before Chicago tabbed former Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy to replace John Fox. Edwards, who has coached 20 years in the NFL, has been Minnesota’s defensive coordinator since 2014.

So the sweeter deal he extracted from the Patriots to remain their offensive coordinator had better include some “head coach-in-waiting” language, as some have theorized, because any other NFL team that would offer him that position at this point would have to be extremely naive.

Honestly, what would be more childish than dragging an organization through more than a month of interviews and negotiation and an agreement, all the way to within 20 hours of your public celebration, and then deciding, um, never mind?bills_030

Ben Roethlisberger went 13 of 25 for 63 yards when targeting receivers who weren’t Brown.

10. Tom Brady, quarterback, Patriots (3): It’s going to be weird not seeing Brady in uniform for the first four games. That’s why his first game back from the Deflategate suspension — Oct. 9 at Cleveland — will be the most eagerly anticipated game involving the Browns in decades. And you just know Brady will be on a mission when he returns. Watch out, NFL.

Chiefs: The Chiefs gave up a third-round pick this year and their first-rounder in 2018 to trade up for Patrick Mahomes II, hoping they have found an eventual successor to Alex Smith, who turns 33 in May. Mahomes, a gunslinger with dodgy mechanics, will have the luxury of learning. Look out for third-round pick, Toledo RB Kareem Hunt, who could get a lot of immediate action with the Chiefs so thin at RB. Hunt rushed for 1,475 yards and caught 41 passes as a senior.

Chargers: Clemson WR Mike Williams, at 6-foot-4, 218 pounds is the perfect receiver for Philip Rivers. He is a productive, big-play receiver who wins balls in the air and often made Deshaun Watson look good with spectacular catches. Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp, picked in the second round, can play tackle or guard and should compete immediately for a starting job.

I know Kirk Cousins is poised to potentially become the league’s first $30 million man, but I wouldn’t blame the Washington Redskins for letting the coveted QB1 walk out the door. In a league where franchise quarterbacks, particularly those making $20 million-plus per year, are expected to carry their teams to the winner’s circle, I can understand why Jay Gruden and Co. are hitting Cousins with the old “HOP” (Hold on, playa!) label before cutting a check.

North Dakota-Boston College hockey from MSG on Saturday, 7:30 p.m. on CBSSN. Ben Holden and Dave Starman with the call, former Devil, Ranger, Hab and Alaska-born Latino Scott Gomez making his sportscasting debut, as between-benches reporter.

After skipping all of training camp, Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell went out against Cleveland and played liked he skipped all of training camp, which wasn’t a good thing for the Steelers. Fortunately for the Steelers, they had Antonio Brown, who seemed to eager to make up for the lost offensive production from Bell.

Brown caught 11 passes for 182 yards in the game, which was good news for Pittsburgh, because without Brown, the Steelers offense did nothing. The Steelers also got some surprising production from tight end Jesse James, who caught six passes for 41 yards and two touchdowns. Before Sunday, James had only caught four touchdowns in his entire career. As for Brown, the 182 yards marked the sixth time he’s hit the 180-yard mark in his career.

What happened the day and night before. Geez. The Bengals might have won — we’ll never know, but they led 13-6 in the third quarter — had it not been for the previous 24 hours.bills_003

Clippers coach Doc Rivers and assistant Mike Woodson were ejected with seven seconds left, two of four technicals the team received in the final 4:50.

The founder of Papa John’s International will step down as CEO next month, handing over his company just weeks after making controversial remarks about national anthem protests by NFL players, for which the company later apologized.

John Schnatter, who is featured on Papa John’s pizza boxes and in the chain’s commercials, will be replaced by Chief Operating Officer Steve Ritchie on Jan. 1, the company announced Thursday. Schnatter, 56, is still the company’s largest shareholder and will continue to serve as chairman of the board.

“I want to put the focus back on our people and pizza,” he said.

Good thing for Pat Shurmur that the Giants didn’t take a “what have you done for us lately?” approach to hiring their next head coach. Instead, New York proved willing to overlook the dismal NFC title game showing by the Vikings, for whom Shurmur was the offensive coordinator, against a divisional archrival in the Eagles, no less.

On Monday, the day after Minnesota was drubbed by Philadelphia, 38-7, the Giants announced they had hired Shurmur, with whom they had been linked. He replaces Ben McAdoo, who was fired with four games left in the regular season, after which Steve Spagnuolo took over as interim coach and guided New York to a 1-3 record, completing a 3-13 season.

Their second straight loss dropped the Clippers into ninth place in the Western Conference, a half-game behind Denver for the final playoff spot.

The Wolves led by five early in the fourth quarter only to have the game devolve into a back-and-forth affair in which neither team led by more than three until the final 2:44.

That’s when the Wolves pulled away to a 121-114 lead on a 3-pointer by Namanja Bjelica and five straight points by Teague.

It was the smart decision-making of not allowing us to lose the game on a possible poor play. In fact, many folks probably remember one of the only times Eli did throw in No. 22’s direction. It came on the game-winning drive, and Samuel had a chance at a leaping interception on the sideline. Fortunately, he dropped it. The very next play, David Tyree caught a ball with his helmet, and the rest is history.cowboys_097

So why did they drop a spot in this week’s rankings?

The Houston Texans’ handling of an injury to quarterback Tom Savage was called into question after video showed him striking his head against the ground and shaking as he lay disoriented on the field.

Savage, who also appeared to spit up blood, came out of the game and entered concussion protocol but initially returned to the field, replacing T.J. Yates on the team’s next possession.

Strength of schedule — only the Seattle Seahawks have faced easier opponents among NFC teams.

Buffalo Bills Head Coach Sean McDermott decided to shake things up a bit this week and benched quarterback Tyrod Taylor in favor of fifth-round pick Nathan Peterman. It didn’t go well. Peterman was intercepted on five of his 14 passes, one for a pick-six, before Taylor was called on in relief in the second half.

Peterman finished the game with a 17.9 passer rating, more than half what it would have been if he just threw those 14 passes away (39.6).

Quarterback Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons’ offense appears to be back on track. Ryan completed 19 of 27 passes for 195 yards and two touchdowns in Monday night’s 34-31 win over the Seahawks, his fourth straight game with two touchdown passes, and the team is now scoring 2.1 points per drive, eighth-best in the NFL. However, they have some difficult matchups ahead, limiting their playoff chances to just 26 percent heading into Week 12.

Parks, who had a history of activism before the boycott, told the authors of “The Thunder of Angels: The Montgomery Bus Boycott and the People who Broke the Back of Jim Crow”:

“But when that white driver stepped back toward us, when he waved his hand and ordered us up and out of our seats, I felt a determination cover my body like a quilt on a winter night. I felt all the meanness of every white driver I’d seen who’d been ugly to me and other black people through the years I’d known on the buses in Montgomery. I felt a light suddenly shine through the darkness.”

The president praised her “courageous” act of resistance and its broader impact Saturday on social media:

“Her courageous act inspired a young Christian pastor, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr, along with thousands of others in Montgomery to join the movement and boycott the city bus service .?.?. Soon millions of others across the country joined the Civil Rights Movement and helped secure the freedom and the equality that is every American’s birthright.

He will reportedly appeal the suspension.

Rob Gronkowski may have said the right things after his late, dirty hit left Tre’Davious White with a concussion, but that apparently had no effect on the NFL, which suspended the New England Patriots tight end for one game.

The Patriots won their first Super Bowl in 2001, when Tom Brady stepped in for an injured Drew Bledsoe and led New England to an upset of the Rams in Super Bowl 36. Brady has taken New England to the Super Bowl seven times and was named MVP in four of their five wins. The 40-year-old quarterback has shown no signs of slowing after leading the NFL in 2017 with 4,577 passing yards.

Prepare yourself for one of weekend’s premier strength-on-strength matchups when the NFL’s top receiving tandem of Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster square off against the league’s finest cornerback duo in Ramsey and Bouye. To the surprise of nobody, Pro Football Focus ranked Brown as the league’s best player at his position, with Smith-Schuster (No. 22) and Martavis Bryant (No. 64) rounding out the pecking order. Ramsey — clocking in as the league’s second-ranked cover man — and Bouye (No. 6) are joined by Aaron Colvin (No. 57), who could see plenty of time against Smith-Schuster in the slot.

That formula works against Shanahan and McDaniels. The Falcons and Patriots remain in the playoffs and they cannot be hired while their teams continue to play. Will someone be willing to wait?

Both have interviewed with the 49ers. McDaniels interviewed with the Rams. Shanahan was scheduled to do so but had the interview canceled because of weather-related travel issues for the Rams’ contingent. The Rams, at least for now, seem to be focused on McVay, who is youthful but promising after helping Kirk Cousins to become a 4,900-yard passer this season in D.C. Neither McDaniels nor Shanahan has been linked to the Chargers’ job at this point.

It still seems likely that one of the two will end up in San Francisco as Kelly’s replacement. But if even one of them ends up without a head coaching job, that would be a fairly major upset based on what was expected when this hiring cycle began.

Keenum vs. Foles for NFC title provides reminder of best path to Super Bowl

Either the Vikings or the Eagles will be playing in Super Bowl XLII. That means either Nick Foles or Case Keenum will soon be an NFC championship-winning quarterback.

When the conference’s top two playoff seeds take the field Sunday, this title game will have a different feel from those in recent memory. But it’s far from an anomaly.

Keenum and Foles each have plenty of warts, but their teams keep winning because the quarterbacks are doing what they’ve been called upon to do — nothing more, nothing less. Keenum is more the gunslinger, required to take shots to speedy downfield targets in Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen to fit Shurmur’s Air Coryell stylings, even if it means an interception here and there. Foles is locked into what Pederson wants out of him in the West Coast offense, getting the ball out quickly and getting into a rhythm in a short-to-intermediate passing game, even if means a limitation here and there.

Take a look, in the broader view, at the quarterbacks of this season’s playoff teams.

There is New England’s Tom Brady, the ultimate franchise quarterback. There were fellow former league MVPs Cam Newton of Carolina and Matt Ryan of Atlanta. There were likely Hall of Famers Drew Brees of New Orleans and Ben Roethlisberger of Pittsburgh. There were five other quarterbacks, in addition to Newton and Ryan, taken first, second or third overall in the NFL draft: Bortles, Wentz, the Los Angeles Rams’ Jared Goff, Kansas City’s Alex Smith and Tennessee’s Marcus Mariota. That leaves only Keenum and Buffalo’s Tyrod Taylor as true outliers, if you count Wentz as the quarterback who got the Eagles to the postseason.

Here, USC runs the ball to the left. As the running back approaches the line of scrimmage, he spots a lot of traffic up front and opts to bounce his run outside. Foster mirrors the movement of the back, working outside to get to the edge and stop the back from turning the corner. As the back attempts to cut inside to avoid the cornerback working in from the sideline, Foster arrives and delivers a huge hit that stops the back after a minimal gain.

Rams coach Sean McVay looked like ‘deer in headlights’ against Falcons

Sean McVay was the prince of the NFL this season, as the rookie head coach led the Rams to an 11-5 record and the NFC West title.

But the 31-year-old looked like an overmatched deer in the headlights during the Rams’ 26-13 loss to the Falcons in the wild-card playoffs Saturday, according to ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown crew.

I have won it plenty of times. Again, it’s hard to even answer that question. There’s really no basis for it. It’s hard to I don’t know. I just shake my head.

On former backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo allegedly being denied initial treatment at the TB12 Sports Therapy Center…

It is so far from any truth that I know, or any characterization of my relationship with my teammates. I have never denied anybody anything in regards to TB12. I have always found it very flattering when teammates go there. Again, I think this speaks to someone whether it is the writer himself, or whoever he spoke to, what agenda they might have in painting some type of picture. …

I have a great relationship with all my teammates. I certainly did with Jimmy. I loved working with Jimmy. We had a great time together. I wish him nothing but the best, like always. Just like all my teammates, really. I think that is just how I feel about him.

On feeling liberated after Garoppolo was traded to the 49ers midseason…

With the Titans a first down away from victory, it appeared that Derrick Henry was stripped of the football by Marcus Peters. Derrick Johnson then scooped the ball and ran it towards the end zone for a score that would have put the Chiefs up 27-22 with 1:47 left.

Like: His closest friend, Ryan Shazier, should be recognized as “the best middle linebacker in football.” And: The Steelers’ defense should be taken more seriously. “Keep focusing on the offense,” he said. “We’re going to keep holding you to 14 points.” And then this: “I’m just gonna say it. We’re gonna win the Super Bowl.”

His defensive teammates concurred. All anyone noticed was the Steelers’ star-studded offense—Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, Le’Veon Bell.?.?.?. But, they pointed out, the front office had transformed their unit since 2014, when Pittsburgh used the 15th pick on Shazier, now the most beloved player on the team. Everything they did—and everything they would do—revolved around him.patriots_379_19c6c5763f82384d-180x180

Jalen Ramsey has had a Space Jam ‘Monstar’s secret stuff’ bottle in his locker all season

Jalen Ramsey was just answering questions about the Jaguars’ upcoming playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and — wait a minute. What’s that in his locker?

It’s a bottle that says Monstar’s secret stuff! Kind of like in Space Jam!

So at least something nice came out of this miserable season. In the meantime, Browns fans will just have to wait until next year, like they’ve done every year since coming back in 1999. They’ll take any positive news they can get.

“My brain processes [routes] weird, like Diggsy,” Thielen elaborates. “We’re visualizing, thinking: BOOM!”

Aron’s last lesson was the hardest. For five years, starting when Stefon was in grade school, he watched his father suffer from heart problems. With Stephanie at work Stefon became a caretaker, cutting his dad’s hair, measuring out his medication, cooking his oatmeal every morning—until Aron passed away in January 2008, at 39, leaving his son with a sense of patriarchal purpose.

The two linebackers had enjoyed a football bromance all offseason, working out together and laying out their goals. Shazier planned to lead the team in interceptions, and Williams would pace Pittsburgh in sacks—Shazier insisted his friend was capable of replacing Lawrence Timmons, the latest stalwart to depart. They had both seen it before, the team’s organic approach to football operations: Heyward replacing Brett Keisel, Mitchell replacing Troy Polamalu. . . .

The idea of Williams as an essential cog in the league’s most improved defense would have seemed a stretch back in 2013, when Williams received a last-minute invitation to the Senior Bowl—only after Manti Te’o had dropped out. (Just one scout, with the Steelers, deigned to speak with Williams in that game’s lead-up, but his first question—“What’s Bjoern Werner like?”—gave away his intentions.) The Steelers drafted Williams mostly because coach Mike Tomlin had an affinity for Florida State linebackers—and if they cut him, Williams had a backup plan in mind already: He would become a high school principal.

Taylor eventually got up, and Nathan Peterman entered the game for Taylor on a fourth-and-3, down 10-3 with 1:17 to go after a 10-second runoff. Peterman ran for a first down with 1:07 left in the game.patriots_036_28860665926e528d-180x180

Patriots push back against bombshell ESPN report

By late morning Friday, Kraft, Belichick and Brady had released a joint statement, lamenting the need to respond to multiple media reports that have speculated theories that are unsubstantiated, highly exaggerated or flat out inaccurate, adding, The three of us share a common goal. We look forward to the enormous challenge of competing in the postseason and the opportunity to work together in the future.

The fundamental differences between Belichick and his football-first Patriot Way and Brady with his TB12 Method, that includes body coach and business partner Alex Guerrero, led to cracks appearing this season, ones that even all the success apparently couldn’t cover.

But more than likely, Spriggs hear his named called Round 2, which is probably too early for the Bengals to draft any offensive lineman outside of center.Remove or add teams to and from your list of favorites Remove or add reporters to and from your list of favorites.Garciaparra looked perfect, the old-timey player the old-timey uniform.He’s going to be looking for more than that next year.

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Washington fans probably recognized the scene Tuesday that was them in 2004, when Joe Gibbs came back, handed the keys by another longtime fan-turned-young-owner, Dan Snyder. The buzz lit up the whole metro area. It didn’t last.

The appeals to the glory days rarely do, right down to the reunions of the great names in team history, hanging around and reminding all of how it used to be and serving only to make the current days look even worse.

It wasn’t my head, it was my eye, Newton told reporters after the game. My helmet had came down low enough over my eye lid and got pressed by a player’s stomach, I believe. I thought maybe somebody stuck a finger in my eye.

New NFL concussion protocol dictates players who show gross motor instability or significant loss of balance must now be evaluated in the locker room rather than on the sideline as long as those reactions don’t appear to be the result of foot or leg issues. Under that definition Newton should have gone to the locker room but Rivera disagrees. patriots_015_3069a66c4478c5bf-180x180