Yahoo Sports’ Matt Harmon and Dalton Del Don discuss the RB situation in Los Angeles, including why fantasy managers should take a chance on the former Seminole in 2021.
Yahoo Sports’ Matt Harmon and Dalton Del Don discuss the RB situation in Los Angeles, including why fantasy managers should take a chance on the former Seminole in 2021.
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Just like so many painful playoff losses in their past, the Browns came up achingly short — inches from a game-swinging play, inches from a last chance. Cleveland's turnaround season ended Sunday in heartbreak. “For now," said quarterback Baker Mayfield. “It's definitely going to sting.” Unable to take advantage of Kansas City superstar Patrick Mahomes being out with a concussion, the Browns let backup quarterback Chad Henne make two huge plays in the final two minutes and lost 22-17 in the divisional round. After trailing 19-3, the Browns (12-6) fought back and were in position to maybe end the Super Bowl champions' one-year reign. But Cleveland couldn't stop Henne from scrambling for 13 yards on a third-and-14, then completing a short pass on fourth down to Tyreek Hill with 1:14 left to push the Chiefs into the AFC championship game for the third straight year. “It came down to us on defence and we let it slip,” said Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett, who played most of the game with an oblique injury. ”We had two opportunities. We didn’t make it happen. It was right in front of us and we just didn’t get it done.” So close. So Browns. While this post-season loss won't be stamped with a nickname like “The Drive” or “The Fumble" — the most notable playoff misses for a franchise finally back on its feet — it was nearly as painful for the Browns and their fans. “It hurts,” said first-year coach Kevin Stefsanksi, who missed Cleveland's wild-card win last week in Pittsburgh with COVID-19. "There is a finality to this one when you do not get it done in the playoffs, and that really hurts. I appreciate how our guys battled. They fought like they do every single week, and it just was not enough today.” While the last sequence was especially hard to stomach, the Browns missed a huge chance late in the first half that would have ripped momentum away from Mahomes and the Chiefs (15-2). With the Browns trailing 16-3 with 1:42 left before halftime, Mayfield completed a 25-yard pass to wide receiver Rashard Higgins, who caught it while stumbling near Kansas City's 5-yard line but managed to keep moving toward the goal line. Higgins launched himself toward the corner pylon, extended his arms and got blasted from the side — and in the helmet — by Chiefs linebacker Daniel Sorensen, who dislodged the ball, which rolled out of the end zone for a touchback. So instead of cutting Kansas City's lead to six, the Browns were back on defence and Mahomes quickly drove the Chiefs for a field goal to take a 16-point halftime lead. Stefanski praised Higgins' tenacity on the play, but said the receiver made a mistake in reaching out and leaving the ball exposed. “I will never ever doubt Rashard Higgins’ effort or our guys’ effort,” Stefanski said. "Our rule there is not to reach the ball out when it is first-and-goal, and he knows that. Again, appreciate his effort. He battled like he always does, but we have to fight that urge because it is such a big loss if it does end up being a touchback.” And has been the case all season, there was other adversity for the Brown to overcome. Rookie left tackle Jedrick Wills injured his ankle on the first offensive play and was done. Then his backup, Kendall Lamm, hurt his elbow and the Browns were again forced to play reserve Blake Hance, who came off the bench a week ago to play guard against the Steelers. Hance, or “that guy named Blake” as Mayfield calls him, spent 16 weeks on the Jets' practice squad and only met Stefanski on Thursday. Despite the obstacles, and with Mahomes out after he was thrown down hard by Cleveland linebacker Mack Wilson in the third quarter, the Browns came back. Kareem Hunt muscled his way in on a 3-yard TD run to pull the Browns within five. When Henne was intercepted by Karl Joseph on Kansas City's next possession, it looked like Cleveland, one of four teams to never make the Super Bowl, might pull off a stunner. However, Kansas City's defence dug in and forced the Browns to punt with 4:19 left. Cleveland would never touch the ball again after Henne's heroics. As they watched on the sideline, Mayfield and his offensive teammates felt that with one last chance, the Chiefs were finished. “We did, and I think that is what hurts the most,” he said. “They went for it because I think they could feel that, too." There will be time for the Browns to reflect on this strange season. For the first time in forever, the future looks bright. “We have a hell of a team all around,” Garrett said. “We showed that we can go to the AFC championship. We were just one play away. We just have to make that play.” ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Tom Withers, The Associated Press
Gutsy or insane? Depends on the outcome. Andy Reid's gamble on fourth-and-inches at the Kansas City 48 with 1:14 remaining in Sunday's 22-17 divisional-round win over Cleveland fits the category. That it succeeded will become legend among Chiefs fans. Had it failed, well, who knows? The fact Reid had backup quarterback Chad Henne, in for the concussed Patrick Mahomes, throwing to Tyreek Hill in the flat to clinch the victory added yet another element of suspense. “We go through all those Saturday night with the quarterbacks, those situations: ‘Fourth-and-1 to win the game, what do you want?’” said Reid, who never once thought about punting on fourth down. “My coaches were on board, they all did a great job with the spot, with the calls, everything — they were spot-on. It was a great job.” That play is part of a pick-6 of great jobs — and great flops — with gutsy calls. PHILLY SPECIAL The Eagles led New England by three points approaching halftime in the Super Bowl for the 2017 season. They had fourth-and-goal at the Patriots 1. Coach Doug Pederson called a timeout and consulted with quarterback Nick Foles at the sideline. Foles suggested “Philly Philly” and Pederson immediately concurred. Foles lined up in the right slot as the direct snap went to Corey Clement. He took two steps left and pitched to tight end Trey Burton — a former quarterback — rolling right. Foles slipped uncovered into the end zone and caught Burton's precise pass. Philadelphia went on to win its first Super Bowl. ICE BOWL Not even in frigid Green Bay does it get much colder than the minus-13 degrees on the last day of 1967. The Packers trailed Dallas 17-14 when they began a drive that covered 67 yards and 2 feet. With time enough for one play, Packers coach Vince Lombardi could have called for a tying field goal. But he recognized the toll the conditions had taken, so Green Bay decided to go for a winning touchdown. Bart Starr got it on a quarterback sneak, deciding to keep the ball rather than hand off in the icy conditions. The Packers then won their second Super Bowl. ONSIDE KICK They rarely work, particularly at the end of games when everyone expects it. But with the element of surprise ... Saints coach Sean Payton was counting on that when he had his rookie punter, Thomas Morstead, who handled kickoffs, try “Ambush.” New Orleans trailed Indianapolis 10-6 to start the second half of the February 2010 Super Bowl. Morstead said he wasn't scared about doing the first onside kick in a Super Bowl before the fourth quarter, “I was terrified.” Morstead’s kick bounced toward and off Colts receiver Hank Baskett and through the legs of the Saints' Chris Reis, who somehow corralled the ball in a huge pile. The Saints went on to score and, ultimately, win their only NFL title. FAKE PUNT In the 1990 NFC championship game, the New York Giants stunned San Francisco, which was seeking a third consecutive trip to the Super Bowl after two title runs. The Giants used the kicking game and defence for the victory, getting five field goals in a 15-13 win. A key to the upset: a fake punt from their 46-yard line in the fourth quarter, trailing 13-9. Coach Bill Parcells sent out Sean Landeta to kick, but the snap went directly to linebacker Gary Reasons, the up-back in the formation. Reasons ran down the middle of the field — and ran and ran — for 30 yards. Soon, New York had another field goal, and won it with a fifth three-pointer. NO BEAST MODE After blowing a 10-point lead to New England, the Seahawks were in position to still win the 2014 NFL championship and repeat as the Super Bowl winner. They got to the Patriots 1 in the dying seconds thanks in part to a spectacular juggling catch by Jermaine Kearse. On second down, despite having powerhouse running back Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch ready to carry the ball into the end zone, offensive co-ordinator Darrell Bevell called for a pass. Cornerback Malcolm Butler stepped in front of Ricardo Lockette in tight quarters at the goal line and intercepted the pass, preserving the New England victory. ___ AP Pro Football Writers Josh Dubow, Simmi Buttar and Dennis Waszak Jr. contributed. ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Barry Wilner, The Associated Press
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HONOLULU — Three shots behind with six holes to play, Kevin Na birdied three straight holes and finished with an up-and-down birdie from behind the 18th green for a 5-under 65 and a one-shot victory in the Sony Open. Na won for the fifth time in his PGA Tour career, and this one looked unlikely when he three-putted for bogey on the 12th hole at a time where there was no room for mistakes. He answered with birdie putts of 15, 10 and 6 feet, and the winning shot was out of the right rough on the par-5 closing hole at Waialae and ran just over the back of the green. He chipped to tap-in range for his last birdie. Na finished one shot ahead of Joaquin Niemann and Chris Kirk, and only one of them got a consolation prize. Abbotsford, B.C. native Nick Taylor finished in a three-way tie for 11th place at 17-under par. Taylor fired a 3-under 67 in his final round. Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont., shot a 4-under 66 to end his tournament in a six-way tie for 19th place at 15-under. Brights Grove, Ont. native and 2003 Masters champion Mike Weir finished in a tie for 47th place. Niemann chipped in for birdie from 55 feet on the par-3 17th and got up-and-down with a long bunker shot on the 18th hole for a 66. Even so, he was runner-up for the second straight week in Hawaii. The 22-year-old from Chile was 45-under par in two events without a trophy to show for it. Kirk closed with his fourth straight round of 65 — that wasn't enough to win on a soft Waialae with no wind — and his tough pitch from below the 18th for birdie proved to be massive. Kirk stepped away from golf in May 2019 citing alcoholism and depression, a bold move that is paying off. He was given a medical extension to make up for lost time, and this was the final event for him to regain full status. Needing nearly 150 FedEx Cup points at the Sony Open, his tie for second was worth 245 points. As for Brendan Steele, it was another year of disappointment in paradise, this one more of a slow leak. Steele last year had a two-shot lead with two to play and wound up losing in a playoff. This time, he made an 18-foot eagle putt on the ninth hole to take a three-shot lead into the back nine. He three-putted the easy 10th hole from nearly 80 feet, and his game was so tentative the rest of the way that he didn't have a birdie chance inside 30 feet until the 17th hole. That was from 10 feet to tie for the lead, and he missed that. Steele also failed to birdie the 18th and closed with a 69. Na won for the fourth consecutive season, and he attributed the late surge to being happy at home with his wife and two children. He looked comfortable even when the Sony Open appeared to be slipping away. Once he made the 15-footer on the 13th hole, he started walking them in. “I knew there was a lot of birdie holes left,” Na said. “I was having fun out there.” Webb Simpson matched the low score of the final round with a 64 and tied for fourth along with Steele and Marc Leishman, shot shot 30 on the back nine. Na finished at 21-under 259 and is assured of returning to Hawaii for two weeks next year, starting with the Tournament of Champions at Kapalua. That course can be too big for him. Waialae proved to be a perfect fit. Doug Ferguson, The Associated Press
The U.S. Justice Department said on Sunday that it had arrested an elected official from New Mexico who had vowed to travel to Washington with firearms to protest the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. According to documents posted on the Justice Department's website, Couy Griffin, a New Mexico county commissioner and founder of a group called "Cowboys for Trump," was arrested in Washington on charges related to the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Griffin was among the thousands who stormed the Capitol building in an attempt to block Congress from certifying Biden's victory over President Donald Trump, according to charging documents. Authorities say he returned to New Mexico after the riot, where he said at a Jan. 14 meeting of the Otero County Council that he planned to drive back to Washington with a rifle and a revolver to protest Biden's inauguration this Wednesday. It was not immediately clear whether Griffin was carrying firearms when he was arrested on Sunday. He has been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority.
Three shots behind with six holes to play, Kevin Na birdied three straight holes and finished with an up-and-down birdie from behind the 18th green for a 5-under 65 and a one-shot victory in the Sony Open. Na won for the fifth time in his PGA Tour career, and this one looked unlikely when he three-putted for bogey on the 12th hole at a time where there was no room for mistakes. He answered with birdie putts of 15, 10 and 6 feet, and the winning shot was out of the right rough on the par-5 closing hole at Waialae and ran just over the back of the green. He chipped to tap-in range for his last birdie. Na finished one shot ahead of Joaquin Niemann and Chris Kirk, and only one of them got a consolation prize. Niemann chipped in for birdie from 55 feet on the par-3 17th and got up-and-down with a long bunker shot on the 18th hole for a 66. Even so, he was runner-up for the second straight week in Hawaii. The 22-year-old from Chile was 45-under par in two events without a trophy to show for it. Kirk closed with his fourth straight round of 65 — that wasn't enough to win on a soft Waialae with no wind — and his tough pitch from below the 18th for birdie proved to be massive. Kirk stepped away from golf in May 2019 citing alcoholism and depression, a bold move that is paying off. He was given a medical extension to make up for lost time, and this was the final event for him to regain full status. Needing nearly 150 FedEx Cup points at the Sony Open, his tie for second was worth 245 points. As for Brendan Steele, it was another year of disappointment in paradise, this one more of a slow leak. Steele last year had a two-shot lead with two to play and wound up losing in a playoff. This time, he made an 18-foot eagle putt on the ninth hole to take a three-shot lead into the back nine. 'I was having fun out there' He three-putted the easy 10th hole from nearly 80 feet, and his game was so tentative the rest of the way that he didn't have a birdie chance inside 30 feet until the 17th hole. That was from 10 feet to tie for the lead, and he missed that. Steele also failed to birdie the 18th and closed with a 69. Na won for the fourth consecutive season, and he attributed the late surge to being happy at home with his wife and two children. He looked comfortable even when the Sony Open appeared to be slipping away. Once he made the 15-footer on the 13th hole, he started walking them in. "I knew there was a lot of birdie holes left," Na said. "I was having fun out there." Webb Simpson matched the low score of the final round with a 64 and tied for fourth along with Steele and Marc Leishman, shot shot 30 on the back nine. Na finished at 21-under 259 and is assured of returning to Hawaii for two weeks next year, starting with the Tournament of Champions at Kapalua. That course can be too big for him. Waialae proved to be a perfect fit.
SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — North Korea’s rubber-stamp parliament has passed decisions made by a major ruling party meeting where leader Kim Jong Un vowed to bolster his nuclear deterrent and established plans to salvage a dismal economy. The North’s Korean Central News Agency said Monday that members of the Supreme People’s Assembly during Sunday’s meeting unanimously supported the development plans for the next five years that were revealed during the Workers’ Party congress that ended last week. The assembly also approved a major reshuffle of the Cabinet, which Kim had criticized over failures in economic policies. KCNA said six of the Cabinet’s eight premiers were replaced. North Korean premier Kim Tok Hun, who has led the Cabinet since August after his predecessor was sacked, said during a speech at the assembly that “serious mistakes” were observed while the Cabinet implemented the previous five-year development plan that ended last year. Reports and images from state media suggested Kim Jong Un did not attend the assembly. State media also didn’t mention a reshuffling of the State Affairs Commission, the government’s highest decision-making body that is led by Kim. Meetings of the Supreme People’s Assembly are usually brief, annual affairs that are intended to approve budgets, formalize personnel changes and rubber-stamp policy priorities set by Kim and the ruling party leadership. During the party congress, Kim called for accelerated national efforts to build a military arsenal that could viably target Asian U.S. allies and the American homeland and announced a long wish-list of new sophisticated assets, including longer-range intercontinental ballistic missiles, nuclear-powered submarines, spy satellites and tactical nuclear weapons. The North showcased some of its most advanced strategic assets during a nighttime military parade on Thursday, including what appeared to be a new ballistic missile designed to be fired from submarines. Analysts say Kim is clearly trying to pressure the incoming U.S, administration of Joe Biden, who inherits a derailed nuclear diplomacy from President Donald Trump that imploded over disagreements in exchanging the release of crippling U.S.-led sanctions against the North and the North’s disarmament steps. Kim also used the congress to announce new national development plans for the next five years to salvage his broken economy. Some analysts say the prolonged sanctions combined with pandemic-related border closures and natural disasters that wiped out crops last year are possibly setting conditions for an economic perfect storm in the North that destabilizes markets and triggers public panic and unrest. Kim Tong-Hyung, The Associated Press
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Twitter on Sunday temporarily suspended the account of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Republican U.S. Congresswoman from Georgia who has expressed racist views and support for QAnon conspiracy theories online. Greene's account was suspended “without explanation," she said in a statement, while also condemning big tech companies for “silencing” conservative views. The 46-year-old businesswoman and political newcomer was elected to represent Georgia’s 14th District in November. She's gained large followings on social media in part by posting incendiary videos and comments and has also embraced QAnon, a far-right U.S. conspiracy theory centred around the debunked belief that President Donald Trump is waging a secret campaign against enemies in the “deep state” and a child sex trafficking ring they say is linked to Democrats. Before noon Sunday, Greene posted a clip from an interview with a local news outlet in which she condemned Georgia election officials and expressed support for debunked theories claiming that voting machines, absentee ballots and other issues led to widespread fraud in the state during the presidential election. Twitter responded to the tweet, and others, with a message that called the election fraud claim “disputed,” and saying it posed "a risk of violence.” A statement from Greene’s team on Sunday included screenshots from Twitter which appeared to show the company informing the congresswoman she had violated its rules and would be prohibited from interacting with content on the site for 12 hours. Greene urged Congress to “act to protect free speech" in her statement. The action comes a little more than a week after Twitter banned Trump from the platform, citing “the risk of further incitement of violence” following the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol this month. As of Jan. 12, Twitter had also suspended more than 70,000 accounts associated with QAnon as it attempted to rein in harmful activity ahead of the presidential inauguration. Twitter has said it is taking action against online behaviour “that has the potential to lead to offline harm" after the mob of Trump supporters violently stormed the Capitol building on Jan. 6. The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Greene's suspension. Sophia Tulp, The Associated Press
HOUSTON, Jan. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Media Advisory - TC Energy Corporation (TSX, NYSE: TRP) (TC Energy or the company) today announced a new sustainable energy initiative for the Keystone XL Project. The company will achieve net zero emissions across the project operations when it is placed into service in 2023 and has committed the operations will be fully powered by renewable energy sources no later than 2030. This announcement comes after an extensive period of study and analysis, and as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to sustainability, thoughtfully finding innovative ways to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, while providing communities with reliable energy needed today. “Since it was initially proposed more than 10 years ago, the Keystone XL project has evolved with the needs of North America, our communities and the environment,” said Richard Prior, President of Keystone XL. “We are confident that Keystone XL is not only the safest and most reliable method to transport oil to markets, but the initiatives announced today also ensures it will have the lowest environmental impact of an oil pipeline in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. Canada and the United States are among the most environmentally responsible countries in the world with some of the strictest standards for fossil fuel production.” Following the successful implementation of this initiative, TC Energy expects to be among the top 10 corporate renewable sponsors in North America. Additionally, this is expected to eliminate more than three million tonnes of CO2 equivalent emitted every year in GHG emissions – the equivalent of approximately 650,000 cars taken off the road. As part of this announcement, TC Energy is expected to spur an investment of over US$1.7 billion in communities along the Keystone XL footprint creating approximately 1.6 gigawatts of renewable electric capacity, and thousands of construction jobs in rural and Indigenous communities. As part of its continued commitment to working with union labor in the U.S. and Canada, Keystone XL has also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) to work together on the construction of TC Energy owned or sourced renewable energy projects. “With our continued commitment to safety, creating family-sustaining, middle class jobs, NABTU is pleased to announce our agreement with TC Energy to ensure building trades labor constructs renewable energy projects along the entire Keystone XL route,” said NABTU President Sean McGarvey. “This will help to meet KXL’s commitment to achieving net zero emissions by 2023, create the power capacity required to operate the pipeline from renewable energy sources and create thousands of jobs between now and 2030 – jobs for the highly skilled women and men of the building trades.” By implementing this initiative, Keystone XL will eliminate the impact of GHG emissions from the project’s operations. Additionally, Keystone XL will allow responsibly produced Canadian oil to be safely transported into the United States from many producers who have set their own net zero emissions goals. Canadian Oil Sands producers have cut emissions intensity by 21 percent in recent years and they are expected to fall another 27 percent by 2030. Net zero emissions will be achieved when the pipeline is placed into service by purchasing renewable energy from electricity providers; if not available, Keystone XL will instead purchase renewable energy credits (REC) or carbon offsets. The company is committing that additional renewable sources along the pipeline’s route will be developed to power Keystone XL’s operations by 2030, phasing out any potential REC or carbon offsets and meeting power demand with new renewable electricity generation. “At TC Energy, we are firmly committed to being part of the transition to the next generation of energy sources. Climate change is a serious issue and we have an important role to play in managing GHG emissions while balancing the need for safe, reliable and economic energy,” said François Poirier, President and Chief Executive Officer of TC Energy. “Today’s announcement is directly in line with our goal of doing what’s right for our communities and signifies Keystone XL’s commitment to strengthen efforts to create a sustainable future for all.” Investment spurred in renewable power resources is expected to add to the more than $100 million of property taxes Keystone XL will generate annually for local governments along its route, supporting critical economic recovery and growth. Keystone XL has changed considerably since it was originally conceived, and this project will serve as the gold standard for responsible and sustainable energy infrastructure development. In addition to its green initiatives, Keystone XL announced the signing of Indigenous communities as equity owners, and that the project will be constructed under a Project Labor Agreement, ensuring 100 percent of construction is done through union labor. For information on Keystone XL and its green commitment, visit KeystoneXL.com. In addition, you can review TC Energy’s 2020 Report on Sustainability. Additional Statements from Notable Organizations Regarding Today’s Announcement Canadian Building Trades Executive Director Sean Strickland: “At a time of economic uncertainty, this will create thousands of jobs on both sides of the border; creating opportunities for underrepresented groups, including Indigenous peoples all along the KXL route. At the Building Trades, we continue to invest in training for our members to work on new forms of renewable technologies, that create jobs while continuing to meet our energy needs. Our brothers and sisters in Alberta, Saskatchewan and throughout the US where KXL passes through will see positive benefits from this project.” About TC Energy We are a vital part of everyday life — delivering the energy millions of people rely on to power their lives in a sustainable way. Thanks to a safe, reliable network of natural gas and crude oil pipelines, along with power generation and storage facilities, wherever life happens — we’re there. Guided by our core values of safety, responsibility, collaboration and integrity, our more than 7,500 people make a positive difference in the communities where we operate across Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. TC Energy’s common shares trade on the Toronto (TSX) and New York (NYSE) stock exchanges under the symbol TRP. 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