ESPN College GameDay analyst Desmond Howard is calling for a top 10 team to go down today. He sees one of the top teams in the country falling on the road.Washington, the No. 10 team in the country, is taking on Utah on the road tonight. Kickoff is set for 10 p.m. E.T.Howard sees the Huskies recording loss No. 2 tonight.Washington fell in its season opener to Auburn and Howard has the Huskies falling to the Utes tonight.I can’t believe what I just heard….@DesmondHoward just picked Utah with the upset— 2008 National Champions (@Reilly_kb93) September 15, 2018ESPN’s Football Power Index gives Washington a 71.8 percent chance to win tonight’s contest. The Huskies are favored by 4 points entering tonight.Kickoff is set for 10 p.m. E.T. on ESPN.
It seems like winter is (almost) here in the Northern Hemisphere, which is all the more reason to head outdoors (or at least to start planning your next big trip). In particular, bikers will find cooler riding weather and thinner crowds on the trails. If you’re looking for yet another reason to go pedaling this season — particularly if you’re a foodie — here are four of our favorite culinary-centric cycling trips.Coffee, Rum, and Cigars Outside Havana (Cuba)Cuba tops the bucket list for many Americans, more so now that the U.S. government has re-upped travel restrictions for citizens. There’s no better way to explore the country than on foot or by pedal. Backroads’ six-day Cuba Bike Tour goes well beyond Havana to explore Cuba’s beautiful white sand beaches, the farmlands of Viñales, and the island’s pristine national parks. On the food side of things, riders can sample roasted pig at open-air restaurants, dine at organic farms, and get in with premier coffee, tobacco, and rum experts for samples and demonstrations. Backroads was the first U.S.-based provider to offer bike trips in Cuba, and every tour is undertaken alongside a local. Time to go: November through May.Lamb Stew and Bosnian Coffee in Eastern Europe (Balkans)Mountain Travel Sobek’s Cycling the Country Roads of Eastern Europe trip is only for the hungriest, most die-hard cyclist. The 14-day itinerary covers nearly 350 miles of hardcore biking on paved rural roads, including the 2,000-year-old Via Egnatia built by the Romans. Riders explore ancient walled cities, beautiful mountain villages, and five UNESCO Cultural and Natural Heritage sites before finishing in Dubrovnik. The “big get” for foodies is traditional fëgesë: slow-cooked Montenegrin lamb stew cooked in milk with onions, tomatoes, peppers, spices, and cottage cheese. Along the way, there’s plenty of local cheeses, smoked meats, honey, and Bosnian coffee as well. Time to go: May through August.Fish Soup and Vino in South American Wine Country (Chile)If you’re looking for an altogether different wine country experience (assuming you’ve already ticked Napa Valley and South Australia off your bucket list), it’s time to head to Chile. The country’s wine region is undoubtedly the most prestigious, most prolific, and most beautiful in South America. ExperiencePlus!’s aptly named Bicycling Chile’s Wine Country takes riders on an eight-day, 200-mile tour (an 11-day upgrade is also available if you’re feeling ambitious) of the country’s central valley and the stunning Pacific Coast. Along the way, bikers visit charming cities and rural villages to sample local food (try the caldillo de congrio, Chile’s staple soup made from boiled fish heads and spices) and vino (we recommend Carménère, a varietal almost exclusive to Chile) at several wineries. Time to go: May or October.Guinness and Oysters on the Emerald Isle (Ireland)Wilderness Ireland/Facebook Wilderness Ireland/FacebookAre you the sort who looks to plan well in advance? Now’s the time to start thinking about Wilderness Ireland’s Biking and Yoga Escape. The six-night trip focuses on a more relaxed pedaling experience with plenty of stops for local food and drink along the way. In addition to the ever-present pint of “the black” in every pub, riders can also sample Irish craft beer. There are opportunities to shuck your own oysters, taste Knocknarea honey, and crack Mullaghmore lobster. Every day ends with a guided yoga class to relax and refresh before bed. Time to go: April and June through September. Editors’ Recommendations The Best Fun Socks for Men to Spruce Up Your Footwear Game 7 Fall Cocktail Recipes to Enjoy With Cooler Weather North Canon Drive Residence Is Worth Every Penny of Its $45 Million Price Tag The Best Podcasts to Listen to in 2019 The Best Binoculars for Birding, Backpacking, and Beyond
NEW YORK — The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local):9:35 a.m.Stocks are opening slightly lower on Wall Street as health care and internet companies move lower.UnitedHealth gave up 1.3 per cent early Wednesday and Facebook lost 1 per cent.Weight Watchers plunged 35 per cent after issuing a surprisingly weak forecast, and drugmaker Mylan slumped 13.5 per cent after also giving a weak outlook.The price of oil bounced back 2 per cent, which helped send energy companies higher.The S&P 500 index fell 5 points, or 0.2 per cent, to 2,788.The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 67 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 25,991. The Nasdaq fell 14 points, or 0.2 per cent, to 7,535.Bond prices fell. The yield on the 10-year Treasury rose to 2.67 per cent.The Associated Press
2 July 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon held meetings today in Beijing with senior Chinese officials on the second day of his visit to the world’s most populous country, discussing issues ranging from United Nations reform to climate change and the current global food crisis. Mr. Ban met with President Hu Jintao, Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi and State Councillor (Vice-premier) Dai Bingguo while in the Chinese capital.The Chinese leaders expressed their appreciation of the visit by Mr. Ban to the quake- affected Sichuan province in May, and the humanitarian assistance provided by UN agencies to China. Mr. Hu also expressed his appreciation of Mr. Ban’s work since he assumed the post of UN Secretary-General 18 months ago. The Secretary-General discussed the three inter-related global challenges – climate changes, food crisis and the need to achievement the Millennium Development Goals on time – and how they should be addressed with global responses, with his Chinese hosts.Mr. Ban told Mr. Hu that “the United Nations needs strong participation, partnership and cooperation from China. I count on your continuing leadership and cooperation.” The leaders also discussed a wide range of issues, including UN-China relations and UN reform, Myanmar, Zimbabwe, Sudan, and the Korean peninsula. Senior UN officials at the meetings described them as being very friendly and cordial.Mr. Ban started the day by visiting an HIV clinic which provides free or subsidized treatment and counselling. Together with Mrs. Ban Soon-taek, he talked to people affected with HIV, including a woman who gave birth three weeks ago, and the medical staff. The Secretary-General said HIV/AIDS remained at the top of his agenda and he praised those who work as volunteers at the clinic.The Secretary-General then visited the main Olympic Stadium in Beijing, popularly known as “the bird’s nest” because of its architectural design. He told the press that he was very impressed with what he saw and believed that the Beijing Olympics will be the most successful Games in history.He also addressed a meeting of the Global Compact China Network, stressing the need for Chinese companies to help “lay the foundation for a sustainable and prosperous future” by advancing responsible corporate practices.China is the second leg of Mr. Ban’s first official visit to North-East Asia since taking office. He will travel to the Republic of Korea on Thursday before returning to Japan to attend the Group of Eight summit of industrialized nations in Hokkaido.
The “severely stretched” United Nations-African Union peacekeeping force in Darfur, which has struggled to find enough countries willing to supply troops and equipment, should now reach two-thirds of its full deployment by the end of this year, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.Some 85 per cent of the 26,000 troops and police officers expected when the peacekeeping mission, known as UNAMID, is at full capacity should then be in place by next March, “despite the many obstacles,” Mr. Ban told a press conference at UN Headquarters, adding that he may have to adjust the figure slightly depending on the circumstances on the ground.Only about 10,000 uniformed personnel are currently deployed in Darfur, an impoverished, arid region in western Sudan that has been the centre of fierce fighting and widespread humanitarian suffering since 2003.Senior UN officials have repeatedly called on countries to provide the necessary blue helmets and equipment, particularly helicopters, so that UNAMID can carry out its mandate.Mr. Ban said today that the first Egyptian and Ethiopian battalions will be deployed by the end of this month and he has spoken with the leaders of Thailand, Nepal and Ukraine about contributing troops and equipment.“Yesterday I spoke with the Prime Minister of Thailand [Somchai Wongsawat] with a view toward securing the deployment of a Thai battalion in Darfur,” he said. “I also discussed this matter with the Prime Minister of Nepal [Pushpa Kamal Dahal] during the General Debate [of the General Assembly last month]. “As you know, the Government of Sudan has approved the deployment of both Thai and Nepalese military units. They were very positive conversations and I am assured that the Thai and Nepali Governments will move ahead as soon as possible.”Turning to Ukraine, the Secretary-General said he explored the possibility of deploying military helicopters and personnel during his meeting with President Viktor Yushchenko on the sidelines of the General Debate.“We have had subsequent discussions with the Ukrainian Defence Minister [Yuriy Yekhanurov] in New York. These efforts are continuing.”Mr. Ban warned that the situation in Darfur, where rebels are fighting Government forces and allied Janjaweed militiamen, continues to deteriorate.“We are seeing increasing attacks on UN and international [aid] staff. The UNAMID mission is severely stretched.”Yesterday a Nigerian soldier serving with UNAMID was killed following an ambush of a routine mission patrol in South Darfur state by 40 to 60 unknown attackers wearing civilian clothes. He was the ninth UN soldier to die in Darfur in the past three months.The blue helmet, who was taking part in a nine-vehicle, 50-strong patrol between Nyala and Khor Abeche when the ambush occurred near Menawashei, died during his medical evacuation to Nyala.The mission reported that UNAMID forces later captured one of the attackers and handed him to Sudanese Government police in Nyala, which is the South Darfur state capital.UNAMID said it would investigate the cause and circumstances of the attack, adding it was stepping up its patrols in the area near Menawashei.Mr. Ban strongly condemned the attack in a statement issued through his spokesperson, offering his condolences to the Nigerian Government and to the friends and family of the deceased.“Both the Government of Sudan, as well as the concerned armed movements operating in the area, bear responsibility for the provision of security and for refraining from attacks against civilians as well as UN peacekeeper,” the statement noted.Mr. Ban stressed that “all parties have a responsibility to respect the mandate and integrity” of UNAMID, which has been in place in Darfur since January this year, taking over from the under-resourced African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS). Asked by journalists today about whether the Security Council should pass a resolution suspending the International Criminal Court (ICC) indictment of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, Mr. Ban stressed that the ICC is independent and its decisions and judgements should be respected and protected. “The Sudanese Government should fully cooperate to ensure that this peace process, as well as the safety and security and deployment of the hybrid [UNAMID] operation progress as smoothly [and] as expeditiously as possible while they also look at this issue of taking very credible judicial measures to meet the expectations and requirements of the International Criminal Court.”An estimated 300,000 people have been killed in Darfur over the past five years as a result of direct combat, disease, malnutrition or reduced life expectancy, while another 2.7 million people have been displaced from their homes.Today, in Khartoum, the first meeting of the tripartite committee – comprising representatives of the UN, AU and Sudanese Government – was held to review the deployment of UNAMID and outline practical solutions to logistical and other challenges which the mission faces.The three parties agreed “to take every possible step to speed up the deployment,” according to a press release issued by UNAMID, and also backed a set of measures to achieve that accelerated roll-out.Susana Malcorra, Under-Secretary-General for Field Support, later warned that “the challenges are very high and so we do request the support of the Government of Sudan, without which we cannot achieve this objective.” 7 October 2008The “severely stretched” United Nations-African Union peacekeeping force in Darfur, which has struggled to find enough countries willing to supply troops and equipment, should now reach two-thirds of its full deployment by the end of this year, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.
The discovery of the body with a fatal head injury marked the end to the two-and-a-half-decade-long civil war with thousands of remaining LTTE cadres surrendering to the government troops.However, some Tamil nationalist hardliners had always doubted the government’s version of the story and believe that Prabhakaran may still be alive having escaped the final battle zone in 2009. With some Tamil nationalists in Sri Lanka believing that Velupillai Prabhakaran may still be alive, a Tamil National Alliance leader has said the LTTE supremo’s name could be reported to the newly setup Office of the Missing Persons (OMP), the Press Trust of India reported.M Shivajilingam, a member of the northern provincial council said that he was willing to report Prabhakaran’s name to the OMP set up by the government. Prabhakaran, 54, was declared killed by the Sri Lankan government’s troops on May 19, 2009 in Mullaivaikkal in the northern Mullaithivu district. “If his sister or the brother wants it reported to OMP I am willing to come forward on their behalf,” he said. The OMP which the government has agreed to set up under its wider UN Human Rights Council resolution obligations has run into controversy with the opposition calling it a betrayal of the government troops who defeated the LTTE.The government claims that the OMP was meant to give redress to tens of thousands reported missing in the country due to various conflicts both in the south and the north.The International Red Cross (ICRC) had last month announced results from its survey which said that over 16,000 people remain missing in Sri Lanka after the end of the conflict in 2009. (Colombo Gazette)
Stocks closed broadly lower Monday as a spike in oil prices raised fresh worries about the strength of the global economy.The U.S. and international benchmarks for crude oil each rose more than 14% after a weekend attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia. Shares in airlines and other fuel-dependent industries fell, while energy stocks, gold, bonds and other investments seen as less risky rose.On Monday:The S&P 500 fell 9.43 points, or 0.3%, to 2,997.96.The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 142.70 points, or 0.5%, to 27,076.82.The Nasdaq lost 23.17 points, or 0.3%, to 8,153.54.The Russell 2000 index of smaller company stocks rose 6.46 points, or 0.4%, to 1,584.60.For the year:The S&P 500 is up 491.11 points, or 19.6%.The Dow is up 3,749.36 points, or 16.1%.The Nasdaq is up 1,518.27 points, or 22.9%.The Russell 2000 is up 236.04 points, or 17.5%.The Associated Press
Espace : l’armée américaine lance une navette inhabitéeCap Canaveral, États-Unis – L’armée de l’air américaine a lancé jeudi soir dernier une navette spatiale sans équipage. Cette opération a été menée dans le cadre d’une mission dont l’objectif est tenu secret. La navette, baptisée X-37B, a été lancée à 19H52 (23H52 GMT) de la base aérienne de Cap Canaveral, en Floride, avec une fusée Atlas V. Fabriquée par Boeing, il s’agit d’un petit avion orbital mesurant 8,9 mètres de longueur pour une envergure de 4,5 mètres. Dans l’espace, elle sera alimentée par des capteurs solaires et des batteries au lithium. À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESALe développement de cette navette a commencé en 1999 et l’armée n’a fourni que quelques vagues détails quant à son rôle dans l’arsenal américain. Dans un communiqué, l’US Air Force a expliqué que X-37B a été conçue comme “un laboratoire orbital pour tester de nouvelles technologies et des composants avant qu’ils ne soient utilisés dans des programmes de satellites opérationnels”.Gary Payton, sous-secrétaire adjoint à la Défense chargé des programmes spatiaux, a récemment affirmé lors d’une conférence de presse ignorer la date du retour sur Terre de la petite navette. Il s’est contenté de préciser qu’elle a été conçue pour pouvoir rester en orbite pendant neuf mois au maximum.L’armée américaine a par ailleurs indiqué qu’une deuxième navette de type X-37B devrait être lancée en 2011.Le 26 avril 2010 à 11:53 • Emmanuel Perrin
MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that left a suspect dead outside a home in a Miami Gardens neighborhood.7Skyforce HD flew over the scene at approximately 1:45 p.m. Monday where several fire trucks could be seen parked outside of a home in the area of Northwest 203rd Street and 23rd Avenue, near Hard Rock Stadium.Miami-Dade Police said the suspect had two weapons, a rifle and a handgun on him. A Toyota Prius riddled with bullet holes could be seen parked near the residence.A high-powered rifle was also seen laying on the sidewalk near the sedan.Because the shooting involved a police officer, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating the incident.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Despite the Herald’s report, police did not comment on whether Churches was a suspect in the Sunday shooting.“No. At this time, we’re not able to release that information,” Miami-Dade Police Sgt. Erin Alfonso said.During the surveillance, police said the suspect came out and started shooting at officers, forcing them to fire back.According to the Herald, the shooting took place in front of his last-known address.“We did not pull him over. He came out of wherever he was, he was armed, and he began firing on officers, and luckily, none of them were injured,” Alfonso said. “They got investigative leads that brought them to this area, whether from tips or other sources, so it brought them here.”7News spoke with a family member of the suspect, but she did not confirm his identity.“We’re not gonna discredit his character to the public,” the woman said. “They’re not gonna discredit his character to the media, but right now, my family … even though we know him, we know about him, but we’re not gonna go there, and I already knew where he was this morning when I got a call, and I should’ve went up there and just got him and put him in my car and just took him to Miami Gardens. He still probably would’ve been with us.” The Miami Herald identified the suspect as 45-year-old Ronnie Churches.Quenisa Calloway, Churches’ girlfriend, said he was on his way to go and sell a gun when bullets started flying.“They were shooting back and forth at each other,” Calloway said. “Ronnie’s driver’s door was open. I could see his hand out shooting back at them. The car slowed down and stopped, and they were saying, ‘Put your hands up. Put your hands up.’ After they said that, I still heard gunshots.”The Miami Herald reported that Churches had been suspected of shooting a man outside of an Opa-locka pawn shop on Northwest 27th Avenue, Sunday.Police said the victim in that shooting, later identified as Roberto Cardenas, was shot in the face and taken to the hospital in extremely critical condition. He was later pronounced dead.Calloway said Cardenas is her brother-in-law. She said Cardenas and Churches have known each other for a long time and shared video of the two men hanging out in March.“I’m in the house, and they’re shooting at my boyfriend,” Calloway said. “I think they killed him, and I just want them to know I’m in the house. I’m not armed or anything.” Today, @MiamiDadePD Homicide Task Force and Intracoastal CST members encountered a dangerous individual and grave situation. I am grateful they survived and were not injured during the encounter. Skillful training and teamwork was in full display. #Blessed— Juan Perez (@JPerezMDPD) May 21, 2019Police said the shooting happened as officers were running surveillance and following up on leads on a weekend shooting.“First thing I initially heard was one type of gun go, ‘Pop, pop, pop,’ and then another type of gun go, ‘Pop. Pop. Pop,’” a witness said.
More than 150 developers are expected to take part in the contest, which will use Hearst APIs that provide images and other content from magazine brands to use in developing mobile apps. “Our hope is that someone will take that programming and make it more relevant to a mobile audience,” says Wiser. The best use of the Hearst APIs gets a $10,000 grand prize and potential mentorship and financing to take the idea further. Extra points are given to the developer who can figure out how to best connect readers and editors in realtime. Hearst Magazines is planning what it’s calling the ‘Hearst Fashion Hack’ during New York Fashion week. The event is a competition that courts the city’s mobile development community by inviting them to build mobile apps in a 24-hour hackathon. The idea for the competition emerged from Hearst’s development team and tech product managers who are continually challenged to come up with new ideas for mobile products and innovative technology solutions for the magazine brands. “The primary reason was to open dialog with the technology community and open up what we have going on here and maybe get some ideas we can build on,” says Hearst’s chief technology officer Phil Wiser.
A Yukon Quest dog.(Whitney McLaren /Yukon Quest)Yukon Quest front runner Brent Sass got back on the trail this morning after completing the 36 hour break mushers must take at the race’s halfway point in Dawson City, Yukon. Sass was followed about 4 hours later by Hugh Neff, with close running Matt Hall and Allen Moore about another 2 hours back. In a video posted by the Yukon Quest this morning, Neff, the race’s defending champion, down played competition as the frontrunners got back on the trail in Dawson.Listen now“We’re here to have fun,” Neff said. “You all enjoy the race, but remember it’s about the dogs and not the humans. We’re just the lucky ones who get to play with the dogs. And luckily I’ve got a team that knows where they’re going.”Quest officials shared some sad news this morning, announcing that a sled dog had died. Race marshal Fabian Schmitz says Quest veteran Yuka Honda arrived in Dawson with the expired animal early this morning.”At about 4:00, dog musher Yuka Honda came into the Dawson checkpoint and informed the race official on duty that she had an expired dog in her sled bag,” Schmitz said. “And the vet team took over. We have a pathologist that performed necropsy.”Preliminary necropsy results released later this morning show that the six-year-old male husky named “Firefly” had an enlarged heart and had ingested several dog booties. Final necropsy results will be available in coming weeks. As of earlier this morning, Schmitz said Honda had not made a decision about continuing the race.”That’s a pretty traumatic event so everybody is shocked in that moment and the volunteers, the vets, the officials and most of all of course the dog musher,” Schmitz began. “Those things are pretty tragic so of course she was very upset.”Quest mushers may face extreme cold during the second half of the race. National Weather service meteorologist Christopher Cox said a low pressure system from the high arctic is forecast to descend over interior Alaska this weekend.”Saturday and Sunday, we’re looking for mid-temperatures of 35 to 45 below zero,” Cox said.Cox notes that cloud cover could moderate readings in some areas. Quest mushers travel a route along the Yukon and Forty Mile Rivers as well as notoriously cold Birch Creek during the second half of the race.
“It’s tough to tell your dad ‘no,’ so that’s the best way I can really put that. He means that much to me as a man, so I’ve just got the utmost respect for him in general. And Steve Keim, he’s an awesome guy as well, doing a great job, all the way around. Mr. Bidwill bringing me in in ’04 and giving me an opportunity to really express myself out on the field and show how good God’s been to me, I can’t do nothing but take my hat off to all those guys, I respect them all.” LISTEN: Karlos Dansby – NFL Free Agent, former Arizona Cardinal “We’re all businessmen, no doubt, but to make that run, it don’t take much, it don’t take much at all, it don’t take much at all, it don’t take much at all,” he said.In fact, Dansby said for him it is really all about respect.“That’s why I play the game,” he said. “I play the game for the respect.”In the NFL, respect is shown in a lot of ways, one of which is money. Even if the Cardinals are interested in bringing Dansby back into the fold — GM Steve Keim told Doug and Wolf on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM earlier this week he’d have to watch film to determine if the former second-round pick can still play at a high level — their salary cap situation is such that they would likely not be able to offer the linebacker as much as some other teams might.But one advantage the Cardinals would seem to have over every other team is familiarity.“I’ll tell you one thing about Bruce Arians, though, he’s like a father-figure to me, man,” Dansby said. “So with saying that, I’ve just got so much respect for him in general, and he knows it. He can feel it. When we were around each other during that whole season, I viewed him like that, like a father figure. Your browser does not support the audio element. As for that 2013 season, the one in which he thinks he deserved some postseason hardware, the linebacker racked up 122 total tackles, 6.5 sacks, four interceptions, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.Maybe he is slowing down a bit at his age, but it’s not unreasonable to think he still has some quality football left in him.The belief is the Browns parted with him more because of money — he was two years into a four-year, $24 million contract with $14 million guaranteed — than his on-field performance, and there has been no indication from Dansby that he was upset over the move.In fact, it allows him to look for a contender to join, which would allow him a chance to chase after that Super Bowl ring.The Cardinals, of course, are a contender, and the moves they’ve made this offseason have only served to reaffirm their status. Dansby has taken notice of what’s gone on in the desert. He feels like he could be the missing piece for a handful of teams with championship aspirations, and would like to be the one to get them over the top.So, what would it take to get Dansby to Arizona for a third stint as a Cardinal? According to Spotrac.com, Dansby has earned more than $62 million in his career, so money may not be the biggest factor. At this point, after a couple of losing seasons in Cleveland, the chance to win may trump everything else. Dansby pointed to 2016 being the year of Jubilee, and believes everything that was taken from him — such as the Defensive Player of the Year award in 2013 and the Super Bowl he fell short in in 2008 — will come back to him.“That’s just how I’m operating, that’s how I’m walking, so whoever brings me in, whatever facility I’m walking into, you’ve got to know my mindset, I’m working towards that,” he said. “I can’t let nothing really distract me from that right now; I’m kind of focused and I’m in my zone right now, so whoever brings me in the building, whatever building I walk into, that’s my focus, that’s my mindset and I’m going to be working towards that.“It’s going to get contagious to the guys around me because they’re going to be seeing stuff happen that they’ve never seen before, and it’s going to be a beautiful thing.”Never a particularly quiet one, Dansby’s bravado has generally been backed up with excellent play throughout his career.Last season, the 34-year-old notched 108 total tackles along with three interceptions and three forced fumbles, and the season before he notched 93 tackles, three sacks and one interception in just 12 games. It is said you can never go home again, but Karlos Dansby has already proven that to be false once before.Might he do it again?The linebacker, who was an Arizona Cardinal from 2004-2009 and then again in 2013, was released by the Cleveland Browns earlier this week and is now in search of a new team.Is it possible that new team could be his old team?“The third time could be the charm, you know, I can’t say it couldn’t be,” Dansby told Off the Edge with B-Train on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Friday. Top Stories Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Cleveland Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby reacts after coming up with an interception in the first half of an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Aaron Josefczyk) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
Go back to the e-newsletterGet Global, the one-day MICE trade event dedicated to outbound product, continued to add to its roster of globally renowned speakers mid-April, with the announcement that Contiki Holidays veteran, Mark Carter will speak at the event.Through a new partnership with ICMI Speakers & Entertainers, Get Global has introduced an educational element for its second year. Inspiration Corner, set right on the exhibition floor, will allow buyers and sellers alike to learn from remarkable speakers with global business and travel experience. All without leaving the event space.Mark Carter has over 20 years’ experience motivating and engaging audiences, from working with Contiki Holidays as tour director and industry trainer across Europe to inspiring hundreds of workplaces.“We’ve all had to wrangle unruly delegates during an event. Mark’s experience of trying to manage thousands of 20-somethings spread in all corners of Europe, will make you grateful for your few hundred corporates on one island!” said Get Global co-founder, Donna Kessler.As Mark says, “a tour bus is a petri dish of human behaviour, and is the best way to get to know exactly how to work with all different types of people.” His stories will make you laugh, gasp but above all, challenge the way you think.”“It was important to listen to the feedback we received from our inaugural event in 2017. By inviting stimulating speakers to the Inspiration Corner, we can deliver an educational element at Get Global and give our attendees access to motivators they may not ever get the chance to see speak,” said Gary Bender, co-founder of the one-day event.Combining his raconteur narrative, quick wit and vast experience, Mark Carter is a Get Global speaker not to be missed.Get Global – Where the World Meets, will be held at the International Convention Centre, Sydney on Friday 20 July 2018.Go back to the e-newsletter
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