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first_img Top Stories Larry should have a massive year. The Japanese Fighting Fish is going to draw single coverage more times than he’s seen in the last three seasons, combined. Michael Floyd is trending to eclipse last year’s 1,000-yard season and should have a monster year. His understanding of the offense, commitment to being a great player and overall athleticism has improved…and this is weird. It doesn’t typically happen where scouts are talking about somebody improving their athleticism but the evidence is there: Floyd is smoother, not nearly as stiff as he once was in the hips and upper body and he’s catching the ball more naturally than I’ve ever seen him. Ted Ginn Jr. can run and is a threat merely because he can still run by many DBs. John Brown is getting ready to explode on the national scene. John Carlson does nothing but catch balls all over the field every day. And the TD that was called back on Saturday is just a shadow of what he can do, especially in the red zone. And now you have to get the ball to Ellington? The Cards have a great problem on their hands: they have weapons. And this is one more reason why I think Carson Palmer is going to get paid after this year! If they can protect him, he’s going to explode. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling – / 31center_img Andre Ellington is running receiver routes. He has all camp but I’ve noticed more of this lately, the final manifestation of an offense that will try to get him the ball in many different ways. He motioned out of the backfield and ran one of the prettiest 5 routes I have ever seen. He’s going to represent a nightmare match-up whether they put a safety on him or a backer. There are so many ways the Cards can get him the ball but…that really got me thinking. The Cards have so many weapons and one ball. Getting Ellington the ball is paramount but making him the focal point may prove to be a ruse in the end. There’s only one ball. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img

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Bandits rob businessman at traffic light

first_imgAn East Coast Demerara businessman was left traumatised after bandits on a motorcycle robbed him at a Main Street, Georgetown traffic light.The incident occurred just after midday on Wednesday, in front of the Finance Ministry.Guyana Times understands that the businessman had just left a Water Street, Georgetown bank and was on his way home when he was attacked. It is believed that he was tailed by the bandits from the bank.According to reports reaching this newspaper, the businessman was in his Toyota Hilux pickup along with another person at the traffic light, at Main and Lamaha Streets, Georgetown when two men rode up alongside them on a CG motorcycle.This newspaper was told that the pillion rider jumped off the bike and tried to open the door of the pickup; however, it was locked. This prompted the bandit to whip out a firearm and discharged a single gunshot into the window. The gunman then grabbed a bag, containing an undisclosed sum of cash, from the men in the pickup, before joining his accomplice on the motorcycle and speeding away.Eyewitnesses related their shock at the speed at which the perpetrators operated.“All this happened in less than 20 seconds. What was chilling is how easily these guys operate… That was criminally motivated; that’s our reality. I’m still in awe at what I just witnessed,” one eyewitness, who was also in his vehicle at the traffic light, wrote in a social media post.Luckily, no one was injured in the incident. The Police are investigating the matter and are reviewing CCTV footage obtained from the area.Of recent, there have been many robberies committed by thieves on motorcycles across the country. However, some good investigative work by Police detectives recently saw the arrest of a 26-year-old serial robber of Lot 86 Nelson Street, Mocha Arcadia, East Bank Demerara, who is believed to have used a motorcycle with his accomplice to commit a spate of robberies on gas stations and supermarkets along the East Coast of Demerara (ECD).Uriel Mentore was charged and placed before the courts on six counts of armed robbery and attempted robbery between October 19 and November 11, 2016, during which he stole in excess of $3.3 million in cash and valuables.The first charge states that on October 19, he robbed Shivo’s Supermarket at Nonpareil, ECD; then on November 3, he robbed Wisdom Supermarket at Vryheid’s Lust, ECD; and the following day, he attempted to rob Daily’s Supermarket located at Park Street, Enterprise, ECD.The accused was also charged for robbing R Prashad’s Service Station located on the Mon Repos Railway Embankment, ECD on November 5, attempting to rob the Shell Gas Station at Ogle, ECD on November 9, and robbing Viscom Electronics at Mon Repos Public Road, ECD on November 11, during which he was nabbed.The Police had confiscated the motorcycle and two full-faced protective helmets that are believed to have been used during the commission of the crimes. Mentore was remanded to prison until December 15.last_img

North Peace Cultural Centre launches ‘Snow Day’ event

first_imgThe North Peace Cultural Centre is introducing the first annual Snow Day — a free art day for kids of all ages.Tomorrow, the Cultural Centre will be offering holiday activities and entertainment from 10 AM to 4 PM.Kids of all ages can drop off their favourite toy for the annual Stuffed-Animal Sleepover at the library tonight and pick it up at 9 AM the next morning.- Advertisement -There will be arts and crafts stations, Pastel Drawing in the loft,  Ornament Painting with the Peace Arts Gallery Society, and Dance Workshops.The Library will be hosting “Family Discovery Storytime: Mini Masters”, and the Christmas Artisan Market will also be open on this day for parents to peruse and enjoy, featuring works by artists in the Peace Region.Children can also get their photo taken with Santa, as well — from 12 PM – 3 PM, as well.Advertisement Holiday movies will also be playing in the Theatre, with free popcorn.last_img

Transfer rumours and paper review – Tuesday, December 16

first_imgHere’s the top transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers…Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is eyeing Norwich keeper John Ruddy, 28, as a replacement for dropped Simon Mignolet. (Daily Star)Arsenal are weighing up a double swoop for Roma striker Mattia Destro and Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik in the January transfer window – if they can offload enough players to fund it. (Metro)Juan Cuadrado has grown frustrated with life at Fiorentina and could force a move to Manchester United in January. (Daily Star)Roma have ruled out selling star midfielder Kevin Strootman to either Manchester United or Chelsea in January. (Daily Express)Southampton are ready to rival Manchester United for wantaway Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder. (Daily Mail)Tottenham are looking to loan out Emmanuel Adebayor in January. Midfielder Mousa Dembele is also likely to leave White Hart Lane next month. (Daily Mirror)Atletico Madrid are interested in re-signing Fernando Torres if Chelsea allow the striker to join them on a free transfer. (Daily Mail)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Exclusive – Murphy tells Liverpool’s owners: ‘You would be crazy to sack Rodgers’Exclusive – Get Balotelli out of Liverpool! Former Reds ace urges Rodgers to ditch misfiring MarioAnother Liverpool blow? Defender to snub the RedsTottenham to lose out on strike target?Manchester City flop set for Juventus switchlast_img

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