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Major incident at Irving Oils St John NB refinery

first_imgFire and some kind of explosion at Irving refinery. Avoid the area. Still awaiting more details. pic.twitter.com/S19ohX7z0e— Rock 88.9 (@Rock889FM) October 8, 2018One Facebook user living nearby reported feeling a “bed-shaking explosion” at around 10:15 a.m. local time.Irving said on Twitter that they are “actively assessing the situation” and they will share more information when it becomes available.We can confirm that a major incident has occurred at our Saint John refinery this morning. We are actively assessing the situation at this time and will share more information when available.— Irving Oil (@irvingoil) October 8, 2018Saint John police tweeted that they were responding to the incident, and asked people to stay away from the area. ST. JOHN, N.B. – Irving Oil says a “major incident” happened at its oil refinery in Saint John, N.B., on Monday morning.The company did not provide details, but numerous photos and videos posted to social media show fire and a thick plume of black smoke coming from the refinery.This happening right now, massive explosion and fire at Irving oil refinery. pic.twitter.com/tucyb5K65S— Ian Hutchison (@saintjohn601) October 8, 2018last_img read more

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HERE ARE ALL THE FREE MOVIES AT YONGEDUNDAS SQUARE THIS SUMMER

first_imgAdvertisement Facebook The main movie lineup has been announced and, not to worry, chairs will be set up so you won’t have to sit down on the ground.Here’s a list of the films screening in YDS this summer.Tuesday, June 26Movie: Festival Express (2003)Tuesday, July 3Movie: It Might Get Loud (2009)Tuesday, July 10Movie: Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man (2005)Tuesday, July 17Movie: Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002)Tuesday, July 24Movie: The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years (2016)Tuesday, July 31Movie: 20 Feet From Stardom (2013)Tuesday, August 7Movie: Amy (2015)Tuesday, August 14Movie: Shine A Light (2008)Tuesday, August 21Movie: What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015)Tuesday, August 28Movie: Long Time Running (2017) By BlogTO Free outdoor movies are coming back to Yonge-Dundas Square this summer to save you the price of seeing a $15 flick in theatres.What better way is there to spend an evening than hanging out in YDS and catching a rock-inspired flick: this year the theme is “Rockumentaries.”The movies are scheduled for every Tuesday at 8 p.m., from the end of June until the end of August, and each screening will be opened with a short from the Live at Massey Hall series, showing off live concert recordings of next generation Canadian musical talent at Massey Hall. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment center_img Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement Twitterlast_img read more

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Security Council working group urges action to demobilize child soldiers

11 May 2007The United Nations Security Council Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict has demanded that the parties in Sri Lanka and Nepal demobilize all child soldiers without delay, as it also examined new reports on children caught up in fighting in Uganda and Somalia. In messages addressed to the Sri Lankan rebels known as the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), as well as the so-called Karuna faction – which split from them and now supports Government troops – the Group, meeting yesterday, called for the cessation of child recruitment, respect for safe zones for children and guarantees of humanitarian access to all areas, according to the Office of the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict. Addressing the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), which are now engaged in a peace process under UN monitoring, the Working Group called for the immediate liberation of child soldiers without waiting for further stages in that process.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, Radhika Coomaraswamy, welcomed the actions of the Working Group.“These recommendations send a strong message to the LTTE, a repeat offender who has been on the Secretary General’s list of violators for four years and to the Karuna faction-TMVP. They have to stop grave violations of children’s rights, especially the recruitment and the use of children in the conflict in Sri Lanka,” she said.“In regard to Nepal, we hope that the children who remain in the ranks of the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-M) will be demobilized and reintegrated in their communities without delay,” added Ms. Coomaraswamy.During the Working Group meeting, Ms. Coomaraswamy gave a briefing on her recent visit to Lebanon, Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory. The Group was established pursuant to by the Security Council in 2005 to promote the protection of children in armed conflict through a monitoring and reporting mechanism, and to recommend actions on the issue to the UN system.Mr. Ban’s report on Somalia, also presented to the Group yesterday, estimates that more than one third of the victims who were killed and injured in fighting there in 2006 were children, with violence in Southern and Central Somalia is characterized by grave child rights violations. In addition, he says, continued fighting in and around Mogadishu between the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) and remnants of the Union of Islamic Courts forces has resulted in more casualties and violations against children in 2007. “The recruitment and use of child soldiers by the TFG and other armed groups is a significant concern,” he says.The report says that humanitarian access in Somalia has been severely compromised, with serious implications for children. In the absence of a functioning police and judiciary, crimes against civilians, including women and children, are committed with impunity. In the Uganda report, Mr. Ban said he was “deeply concerned over the absence of any concrete signs regarding the release of children associated with various forces.” The conflict in the northern part of the country, which began in 1986, pits the Government and local forces against the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), the rebel group which has become notorious for abducting children and then using them as soldiers or porters, while allocating many girls to senior officers in a form of institutional rape.He urged the leaders of the LRA to take immediate steps to end child recruitment and the use of child soldiers, and to immediately release all children to child protection agencies. He also called upon Ugandan Government forces to allow independent monitoring visits to military barracks to determine the existence of any child soldiers either in their ranks or in the ranks of allied local defence forces. read more

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Ohio State womens basketball uses strong second half to beat Michigan 6150

Ohio State junior guard Raven Ferguson (31) dribbles the ball during a game against Old Dominion Nov. 22 at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. OSU won, 75-60.Four players scored in double figures for the Ohio State women’s basketball team Thursday, as the Buckeyes took down Michigan, 61-50, in Ann Arbor, Mich.OSU (13-9, 3-3) was led in scoring by junior guard Raven Ferguson, who came off the bench to score 16 points on 7-14 shooting.The game started off much like the first meeting between the two squads, which took place on Jan. 5, in Columbus, as the Buckeyes once again shot poorly from the field in the first half – just 28.6 percent.The Buckeyes found their stride in the second half.OSU shot an impressive 60 percent from the field in the game’s final 20 minutes, while holding the Wolverines to 29.4 percent shooting.Despite being outrebounded and turning the ball over 18 times, the Buckeyes’ reserves dominated, as junior guard Maleeka Kynard and Ferguson combined for 28 of OSU’s 30 bench points while Michigan only received six points from their bench.Kynard, who averages just 14.2 minutes per game this season, played a career high 31 minutes and tied a career-high with 12 points in the win.Likely due to her improved play of late, senior center Ashley Adams earned a start over fellow senior center Darryce Moore and was one rebound shy of a double-double, recording 11 points and nine rebounds in the Buckeye victory. It was Adams’ eighth start of the season.Sophomore guard Ameryst Alston, who leads the team in scoring this season with 17 points per game, scored just 11 points, seven of which came at the free throw line.Michigan was led in scoring by junior guard Shannon Smith who scored a game-high 17 points.The Buckeyes will attempt to keep the momentum from win over their rival going Sunday, as they are scheduled to play Michigan State (12-7, 4-2) at 12:30 p.m. read more

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Accurate mine project studies – essential

first_img In an analysis published Tuesday, Haywood Securities metals analyst Kerry Smith, a professional engineer, said the decision by Teck Cominco and NovaGold to suspend the Galore Creek project “calls into question the quality of other feasibility studies. This recent development now calls into question the quality of other feasibility studies conducted by engineering firms for large projects, such as Pebble, Donlin Creek, Fruta del Norte, Cerro Casale, Fort Hills, Pascua Lama, Andacollo sulphides,” he suggested. However, Smith blames neither Hatch Engineering, which prepared the original 2006 feasibility study for Galore Creek, nor AMEC, which reviewed the original study and found that capital costs would be significantly higher. The original $2 billion estimate has now more than doubled to US$5 billion.“Part of the problem is the difficulty is accurately estimating the capital cost for a project of the scope of Galore Creek in a tight mining construction market where costs are rising rapidly and competition for skills is high,” Smith noted. For instance, costs are particularly painful in developed, capitalistic, industrial nations in North America, western Europe and Australia. The competition for labour and materials is particularly acute for miners operating in these countries as permitting and project timetables grow lengthier.As Standard and Poor’s credit analysts recently noted in an analysis of mining M&A activity, new greenfield investment is typically more risky and costly for mining, representing “quite a step-up in capital expenditure levels, partly caused by major cost increases.” Meanwhile, “the limited availability of qualified labor and equipment, plus higher cost energy and raw material inputs” are also pushing up project expenses. In a remote area without much infrastructure, such as the Galore Creek location in British Columbia, building or obtaining the required infrastructure can be particularly costly. The cost for tailings and water diversion is now estimated to be about 40% of the overall project capex, or equal to the “previous total capital cost estimate at $2 billion,” according to Smith.Mining project feasibility studies are typically prepared to an accuracy of +/-15% for capital expenditures. However, steel, fuel and labor costs for mining projects planned several years into the future are very difficult to forecast and estimate during the current economy in which these prices change almost weekly. Smith advises that “in reality, the only way to really accurately estimate costs is to complete detailed engineering and obtain firm quotes for construction-a process that would be extremely expensive.” Although Teck spent six months conducting due diligence on the Galore Creek project-with the assistance of consultants,” Smith noted that “the company has suffered some loss in credibility as its due diligence was obviously not adequate for a large investment like Galore Creek.” Teck admitted it relied heavily on the results of the original Hatch feasibility study “and should have spent more time reviewing the results in greater detail,” Smith said. Nevertheless, he added, “Teck has no doubt learned a valuable lesson from all of this, and will conduct more thorough reviews on its other development projects (Andacallo, Petaquilla, and Fort Hills) to ensure that the estimates for these projects are reasonable and accurate.” Meanwhile, Smith claimed that “the accuracy of the estimated capital costs is likely to be better defined for smaller than for larger projects such as Galore Creek, a new greenfield development with significant infrastructure costs. For example, in August 2006, the Andacollo Hypogene [copper-gold mine] brownfield expansion had a pre-production capital cost of $336 million based on average annual production of 157 Mlb of copper and 59,2000 oz of gold. The scope of such smaller projects is much less, and we would not expect to see significant capital cost increases at Andacollo.”Forex concerns, such as stronger Australian and Canadian currencies, are also making mining company projects more vulnerable to cost inflation. A number of mining projects may not be commercially viable, when based on historical long-term price averages. S&P stresses that “the long-term price assumptions used by resource companies to justify their investment in growth projects is probably the most important factor in ensuring an appropriate capital return for risk.”“There is a heightened risk that companies may over-expose themselves on themselves to the risk of lower prices, on the assumption that high prices are here to stay. We know for example that mining companies have tended to revise upward their own internal price assumptions, for investment purposes”. IM, is debating international project studies in the December 2007m issue, with contributions being lined up to keep the debate going in 2008. Dorothy Kosich, on Mineweb, yesterday noted that Haywood Securities’ Kerry Smith has suggested the suspensionof the Galore Creek copper-gold-silver project due to capex concerns may indicate broader issues regarding major greenfield mining project studies. last_img read more

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Levy on banks of €150 million a year until 2016

first_imgTHE GOVERNMENT HAS confirmed that domestic banks will be subject to a levy from next year until 2016.Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the levy would raise a total of €150 million from next year for the next three years.Noonan said that levy will will be on the same basis as the one that yielded over €100 million each year from 2003 to 2005.In his budget speech this afternoon, Noonan did not provide details on the contribution from each bank but said that the individual levies will be will be broadly based on the amount of tax paid on deposit interest in 2011.Similar levies are in place in other EU members according to Noonan who says that full details will be made available in the upcoming Finance Bill.Read: LIVEBLOG: Budget 2014 as it happens >Poll: Can Irish people learn to trust banks once more? >last_img read more

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Powerful quake strikes Afghanistan tremors felt in Pakistan

first_imgA 5.7-MAGNITUDE earthquake struck Afghanistan today, the US Geological Survey said, with strong tremors felt in the capital Kabul and Islamabad in neighbouring Pakistan.The quake struck at 9.25am GMT at a depth of 65 kilometres, 25 km northwest of Jalalabad, the main town in eastern Afghanistan close to the Pakistani border, the USGS said. Pakistan’s meteorological office put the magnitude at 6.2.There were no immediate reports of any damage.Afghanistan is frequently hit by earthquakes, especially in the Hindu Kush mountain range, which lies near the juncture of the Eurasian and Indian tectonic plates.In June 2012, two quakes in the area triggered landslides that killed at least 75 villagers.The tremors came a week after a powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake centred in Iran affected thousands of people in remote southeastern Pakistan and killed 41 people.Pakistan was hit by a 7.6-magnitude earthquake on October 8, 2005, that killed more than 73,000 people and left about 3.5 million homeless, mainly in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir and parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.Read: Quake jolts China’s Sichuan, killing over 150 and injuring more than 5,500>last_img read more

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Wijnaldum expecting rotations at Liverpool

first_imgLiverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum feels that coach Jurgen Klopp will need his whole squad available ahead of their upcoming fixturesThe Reds have begun their Premier League campaign by winning all four of their opening games with Klopp having only made one change to his starting lineup.The German has also only used 16 players so far.But, with the Champions League and EFL Cup coming up this month, Wijnaldum is expecting changes with Liverpool set to play seven games in just three weeks.“It’s going to be a really important period for us – not only because they’re big games, but also because we play a lot of games. I think in these kinds of periods you need your whole squad,” Wijnaldum told the club website.“I don’t know why everyone was like, ‘Oh, tough group’. I think every group is tough. We know that Paris Saint-Germain are a good team.Roberto Firmino, LiverpoolVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“We played Napoli already in the pre-season and we won 5-0. But we still know they are a good team and there were situations in that game where there was stuff to deal with.”Liverpool struggled against Brighton and Hove Albion and Leicester City in their last two league matches.“We have to do things better, but the result is the most important thing,” added Wijnaldum.“During the season we have to grow and [when in] this kind of situation [so] the next time you make it less hard for yourself. I think you have to play football in those kinds of situations and that has to be improved during the season.”Liverpool have made their best start to a top-flight campaign since 1990/91.last_img read more

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Police charge man for stealing Cadillac fleeing officers

first_imgSOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – An arrest has been made after a wild Halloween night chase in Southwest Miami-Dade.Police arrested 20-year-old Raziel Binelo after he drove a stolen Cadillac and led officers on a chase, Monday night, through a neighborhood near Southwest 84th Street and 72nd Court.Binelo reportedly refused to stop, leading police to open fire. Eventually, the 20-year-old bailed out of the Cadillac and began to flee.Police were able to track him down and bring him into custody.Binelo now faces multiple charges, including aggravated assault on an officer and eluding police.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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WATCH DAngelo Russell did everything but vomit on himself in committing horrendous

first_imgNot all turnovers are created equal. Ask D’Angelo Russsell. Last night, the Lakers guard turned a harmless in bound pass into a horrific turnover without even being guarded.Russell did the old “let the ball roll at your feet” trick to save precious seconds from ticking away, but screwed the pooch when he attempted to pick the ball up.He ended up kicking the ball away, tripping over himself, and somehow managed to look like he had never played basketball before tip-off.There are bad turnovers and there are BAAAAAAAAD turnovers. This tour de force is the latter.The Lakers future: DeAngelo Russell ?? pic.twitter.com/RWWgLdiXfX— Tailgate Sports (@_tailgatesports) March 13, 2017last_img

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3 Supreme Court justices maintain substantial stock holdings

first_imgWASHINGTON (AP) — New personal financial disclosures from the Supreme Court show that Chief Justice John Roberts and two other justices are maintaining significant investments in individual companies’ stock.The details of investments held by Roberts, Justice Samuel Alito and Justice Stephen Breyer are in annual financial reports released Thursday by the federal judiciary.Roberts holds stock worth $250,000 to $500,000 each in Time Warner Inc. and Microsoft Corp., and smaller investments in other technology and communications companies. Top Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Breyer was forced to sit out a patent case in the spring that involved Cisco Systems, Inc., because he owns up to $100,000 in Cisco stock. Breyer’s largest holding, worth more than $1 million, is in British media and education company Pearson PLC. Breyer’s wife, Joanna, is part of the family that founded the company.Alito continues to invest in Exxon Mobil Corp. and other energy stocks, as well as pharmaceutical companies and Boeing Co. Alito also sold several stocks in 2014, including shares of Coca-Cola Co. worth $15,000 to $50,000. That stock sale in April 2014 allowed Alito to take part in a Supreme Court dispute between Coca-Cola and Pom Wonderful.Federal law allows judges to defer taxes on any money they make when they sell a stock in order to avoid a conflict of interest.The reports were released later than in past years, seven weeks after all but one were filed. Alito filed an amended report on Tuesday, but it was unclear what had been changed.The Administrative Office of U.S. Courts, the central repository for federal judges’ disclosure forms, had earlier attributed the delay to seeking clarifications from some of the justices at a busy time of the year for them. Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 0 Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Sponsored Stories Men’s health affects baby’s health too 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Daylast_img read more

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Mexican berry growers sales dip amid US border

first_img Mexican berry growers’ sales dip amid U.S. border … The United Fresh Produce Association says that the proposed closure of the U.S.-Mexico border would create “economic uncertainty” for the fresh produce industry, urging broader discussion on immigration reform instead.It said that on March 27, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner Kevin McAleenan stated that CBP will be reassigning up to 750 CBP officers from ports of entry along the southern border to assist U.S. Border Patrol with the processing of migrant crossings along the border.It explained that because of the large reassignment of CBP officers, importers and exporters should expect to see “a slowdown in the processing of trade” along the U.S.-Mexico border for an unspecified period.CBP will be forced to close some processing lanes, potentially in the ports of El Paso, Laredo, Tucson and San Diego, it added. In addition, officials at the port in Nogales, AZ have announced closing commercial border traffic on Sundays. “These steps will cause significant harm to growers, wholesale distributors, transportation companies, grocery stores, restaurants and most importantly, U.S. consumers,” United Fresh said.”On behalf of the fresh produce industry and the broad cross-section of members we represent, we urge the Administration to reconsider these steps that would profoundly interrupt our ability to bring fresh, healthy produce to all Americans. If these actions are implemented, the Administration will cause millions in economic losses while increasing costs to consumers across North America.”It said that fresh fruit and vegetables are the most perishable and sensitive to timely inspection and delivery of any farm products, with delays of even a few hours affecting companies’ revenues.”Already, inspection delays are being felt from El Paso to San Diego costing farmers, truck drivers and companies of all sizes. In fact, the San Diego Association of Governments and California Department of Transportation have indicated that even an extra 15 minutes of wait time could generate as much as $1 billion in lost productivity and 134,000 lost in jobs annually.”The solution to our immigration problems is not closing the border or slowing commercial traffic, but for Congress and the Administration to work together on real immigration reform.”That is why our association continues to call upon our nation’s leaders to get on with sensible reform that ensures a legal workforce for agriculture together with a functional border.” April 02 , 2019 You might also be interested inlast_img read more

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Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “I see his character being someone who will respond extremely well.”Williams didn’t play poorly in Week 1. Quite the opposite, really.“Other than the two plays I think I played good,” he said. “You can watch the film, see my technique, how I was covering guys, sticking to guys. Other the two plays I feel like I had a good game.”Those two plays, however, factored directly in New England’s two touchdowns, the only two times they found the end zone in a 23-21 win.On the first, Williams was beaten by Chris Hogan for a 37-yard touchdown on the Patriots opening drive. A miscommunication on coverage was blamed. The second saw Williams matched with Malcolm Mitchell. The defense was good, but Williams made a play on the ball, missed and Mitchell ran 28 yards on 3rd-and-7 to the Arizona eight-yard line. LeGarrette Blount scored one play later, putting the Patriots up 17-7 five minutes into the second half.Williams played every one of the Cardinals’ 71 defensive snaps. Nos. 8 and 43, however, are the only ones anybody remembered, or chose to focus on after the game.“It’s just guys that never played the position before, never played football before is going to have their opinions and those opinions don’t count or don’t matter,” said Williams, referring to the criticism. “The only opinion that matters to me is my coaches and my teammates. Other than that, I don’t care.” Arizona Cardinals cornerback Brandon Williams (26) during an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) In other words, the learning curve is a steep one.“It’s every game, every play adds a stack to my learning curve, to my experience, to how I see things, how I feel things,” he said.This week, Williams’ challenge, as well as the entire Cardinals secondary, will be a tall one, literally.Tampa Bay’s two best receivers each stand 6-foot-5 in Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson. Evans led the Buccaneers with five catch for 99 yards and a touchdown in their season-opening win in Atlanta.It remains to be seen how the Cardinals will choose to defend the pair; though it’s safe to assume the 6-foot Williams will see plenty of footballs thrown his way.“You can’t hide him,” Peterson said, smiling. “He has to grow up, and at some point, he’s going to have to take the bull by the horn and wrasslin’ with it at the end of the day. But I believe Brandon is definitely showing some progress of getting better and going into the right direction.”Follow Craig Grialou on Twitter The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Comments   Share   And how did his teammates feel he played?“I thought Brandon had a solid game. He doesn’t look like he’s, I guess, beat. He has that same confidence, and that’s what I like about Brandon. He’s not going to shy away from the challenge,” cornerback Patrick Peterson said. “I was a rookie; I was in that position before. Hell, I was getting beat as well. It just comes with growing pains.”That the Patriots went after Williams was not a surprise. It’s what teams did in the preseason as well, and what teams will continue to do.“You’ve got to invite the challenge, that’s one of the things that my Coach (Kevin Ross) harps on, especially when we talk one-on-one is you’ve got to invite the challenge,” he said. “With that being said, the fact that I’m going to get picked on, I mean, that’s evident. People telling me that is like telling me I got a game on Sunday. Like, duh. Like I play across from the best DB in the game right now and I just started playing the position, so, I mean, duh. It is what it is.”Counting preseason, Williams has played cornerback for all of 18 games, 13 of which came in college after he made the switch from running back his senior year at Texas A&M. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling TEMPE, Ariz. — To be a successful cornerback in the National Football League, a player must have confidence and a short-term memory. Great ball skills are a must, too.The Arizona Cardinals believe Brandon Williams possesses all of the above. It’s why they selected him in the third round, the 92nd overall pick, in April’s NFL Draft.Williams also possesses another trait.“Players that are good or special players, in my eyes, are guys that are critical of themselves first; and I think he has that kind of character and I think it will be evident this week and how he’s prepared (in practice) and we’ll all see Sunday in how he performs when he plays,” defensive coordinator James Bettcher said. Top Stories last_img read more

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JJ Nelson Current 15 receptions 214 yards 2 T

first_imgJ.J. NelsonCurrent: 15 receptions, 214 yards, 2 TDsProjection: 30 receptions, 428 yards, 4 TDsOf all the projections that are likely to fall short, this one ranks at the top. Slowly but surely, Nelson has carved out a key role within the offense, and after an 8-catch, 79-yard, 2-TD performance in Carolina has been declared a starting receiver. Now, his hold on the job is anything but secure, as more proven options in Michael Floyd and John Brown are still around, though if Nelson stays healthy there is little reason to think he will not continue to be a big part of what the Cardinals do, and the more he is out there the better rapport he should build with Palmer. Nelson will not catch eight passes every game, but he should crush the projections, at least in terms of receptions and yards. Touchdowns may be a bit tough to come by.Michael FloydCurrent: 19 receptions, 257 yards, 3 TDsProjection: 38 receptions, 414 yards, 6 TDsFew players have been more disappointing than Floyd, who in a contract year was expected to be as good as he’s ever been. The Cardinals have tried to get him the ball — he’s been targeted with 44 passes — but his catch rate of 40 percent is easily the lowest on the team, and makes him the only receiving target who has caught fewer than half of the passes sent his way. Some of the throws were off target, yes, and others leave him needing to make a tough catch in traffic, but he’s shown an ability to make those plays in the past and this season has also struggled with drops. Arians believes Floyd is in for a strong second half, though it’s fair to wonder if that will be possible as his role has been diminished. Floyd will probably surpass his projections — at least in catches and yards — though will fall considerably short of where people expected him to be when the season began. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo David JohnsonCurrent: 156 attempts, 705 yards, 8 TDs; 35 receptions, 407 yards, 0 TDsProjection: 312 attempts, 1,410 yards, 16 TDs; 70 receptions, 814 yards, 0 TDsIn terms of rushing attempts, chances are Johnson’s total will finish a little below the projected number. Last season, just one player — Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson — topped the 300-carry mark, as he finished with 327. The next closest was Tampa Bay’s Doug Martin, who had 288. In terms of rushing yards, Johnson will find it difficult to reach that projected number as his offensive line has become decimated by injury and he faces tougher defenses, though he’s proven to be pretty good no matter who is blocking or trying to stop him. Johnson figures to see an uptick in his receiving numbers with a leaky offensive line forcing the ball to be thrown more quickly, and his final totals should reflect that.Markus GoldenCurrent: 29 total tackles, 6 sacks, 4 tackles for lossProjection: 58 total tackles, 12 sacks, 8 tackles for lossGolden has been quite good for the Cardinals in his second season, though he has slowed down a bit of late. After collecting six sacks in his first five games, Golden has now gone three games without one, which makes you wonder if his current pace is sustainable. A high-motor and effort player, Golden figures to have his ups and his downs as he continues to develop as a pass rusher, and should finish with double-digit sacks. Twelve, however, may be a bit of a stretch. Carson PalmerCurrent: 177 completions in 282 attempts, 2,068 yards, 10 touchdowns, 6 interceptions, 24 sacksProjection: 354 completions in 564 attempts, 4,136 yards, 20 touchdowns, 12 interceptions, 48 sacksPalmer’s numbers are a bit off because he missed one game, though when you look at the projections he seems to still be on pace for a solid season. His overall numbers should be a bit better if only because the second half of his season should feature eight games instead of seven, though losing left tackle Jared Veldheer to injury will not help his cause. Palmer seemed to find his rhythm some in the Week 8 loss to Carolina, throwing three touchdown passes and looking pretty sharp. Should that continue, his final touchdown total should be higher, and his interception total a bit lower than the projection. As for the sacks, the numbers are a bit skewed after an eight-sack day in Carolina, and would crush the 41 times the veteran was brought down in 2013.Tony JeffersonCurrent: 56 total tackles, 1 sack, 2 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveriesProjection: 112 total tackles, 2 sacks, 4 passes defensed, 4 forced fumbles, 4 fumble recoveriesJefferson has been great for the Cardinals this season, stepping into a larger role and showing that he can do more than just help in run support. He has helped the defense limit some elite tight ends, and has proven to be a valuable member of the secondary. His final numbers are not likely to be too far off of the projected total, especially if Tyrann Mathieu misses significant time with his shoulder injury. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactcenter_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals wide receiver J.J. Nelson (14) runs for a first down after the catch as Seattle Seahawks cornerback DeShawn Shead (35) makes the tackle during the second half of a football game, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Comments   Share   Larry FitzgeraldCurrent: 56 receptions, 554 yards, 5 TDsProjection: 112 receptions, 1,008 yards, 10 TDsSave for a rare drop early in the loss to Carolina, Fitzgerald has been quite good this season, though it’s a different kind of good than before. Should his pace hold, his reception total would be a career high, though his yards per catch average would be a career low. He would also reach double-digit touchdowns for the first time since 2013. Depending on how Arizona’s offense evolves going forward, Fitzgerald is not likely to see fewer passes go his way, though the Cardinals would certainly like to get him the ball in spots that would allow him to gain some yards after the catch. Assuming he stays healthy, Fitzgerald should top the 100-catch mark once again and may approach the projected number, though his yards should increase. The touchdown total is about right.Chandler JonesCurrent: 24 total tackles, 5 sacks, 2 tackles for loss, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveriesProjection: 48 total tackles, 10 sacks, 4 tackles for loss, 4 forced fumbles, 4 fumble recoveriesJones was brought in to be an elite pass rusher, and for the most part he has been exactly that. Using his speed, length and athleticism, the former New England Patriot has been a terror for opposing offenses, and a difficult guy to block. He has at least one sack in five of the team’s eight games, though has just one over the last four. His overall projection seems to be about right, though he’s perfectly capable of producing a stretch of games that allows him to surpass it. The Cardinals’ bye week coming eight games into the season offers a great chance not only for a much-needed break, but also some pretty simple statistical analysis.Want to project a player’s season? Just double their stats.With that nugget out in the open, we can admit not a lot of math skill went into this story, which takes a look at some projections — both good and bad — and tries to determine which are likely to persist as well as those that are likely to fall off (or improve).last_img read more

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first_imgOne play after catching a six-yard pass to convert a 3rd-and-4, Cardinals tight end Ricky Seals-Jones caught a 29-yard pass for a touchdown and 13-0 lead at the 4:44 mark of the second quarter. With that score, Seals-Jones became just the third rookie tight end in franchise history with at least three touchdown receptions in a season, joining Robert Awalt (6 in 1987) and Doug Marsh (4 in 1980).It was quite the first half for Arizona pass-rusher Chandler Jones. Twice he sacked Bortles, twice he tackled Fournette for a loss and he also added one pass defensed. He finished with four total tackles, all for loss. Jones now has 12 sacks this season, thus becoming the first player in franchise history with 11+ sacks in back-to-back seasons since Freddie Joe Nunn did so in 1987 (11.0) and 1988 (14.0).Held under 30 rushing yards in each of the past two weeks, Cardinals back Adrian Peterson carried the ball seven times for a 5.1 yard average, including a long of 10, in just the third quarter. Peterson entered the fourth quarter with 15 carries for 65 rushing yards, or 10 more yards than he had against the Seahawks and Texans in the previous two games combined. He finished the game with 79 rushing yards on 20 attempts for a 4.0-yard per carry average. He also had four catches for 20 yards. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling STAT OF THE GAME4: Dawson’s game-winner was his fourth made field goal of the game and his seventh straight.HE SAID IT“Well, it felt good, but I got to give credit to the guys up front,” said Dawson, speaking to sideline reporter Paul Calvisi on the field moments after the win.NOTED– Gabbert recorded multiple touchdown passes in back-to-back games for the second time in his career.– Jones recorded his 15th game with multiple sacks. Only J.J. Watt (16) has more such efforts since 2013.– Seals-Jones went into the locker room soon after his touchdown catch to be evaluated for a concussion.– Deone Bucannon limped off the field and into the locker room with a right ankle injury in the first quarter.– Kerwynn Williams exited the game and went into the locker room with injured ribs in the second quarter.– With the victory, the Cardinals improved to 8-1 at home against teams from the AFC South under Arians.– With the victory, the Cardinals improved to 3-2 against the Jaguars, having won the past three meetings.– The Cardinals won the coin toss and deferred, something the team has now down only twice this season.– Among the Cardinals listed inactives were John Brown (toe) and Corey Peters (ankle). Arizona Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson (4) celebrates his game winning 57-yard field goal during the second half of an NFL football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. The Cardinals won 27-24. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) 1 Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact GLENDALE, Ariz. — Redemption.Having missed a half-dozen kicks this season, Phil Dawson made good on all four of his field goal attempts. That last proved to be the game-winner, a 57-yard career-long make with one second remaining to lift the Arizona Cardinals past visiting Jacksonville, 27-24, at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday afternoon.The Arizona victory snapped a two-game losing streak and ended the Jaguars’ season-long, four-game winning streak. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories – Olympic gold medalist and Arizona resident Michael Phelps cranked The “Big Red” Siren during pregame.UP NEXTAnother home game.The Cardinals host the L.A. Rams on Sunday. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:25 p.m. with pregame coverage beginning four hours earlier on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station.It’s the second of two meetings this season.The Rams beat the Cardinals in Week 7, 33-0, in London, and they’ve beaten the Cardinals in each of the past two matchups in Arizona.Overall, the series, which dates back to 1937, is even at 38-38-2. – / 51 THE BADHard to fault a team that holds its opponent to 70 total yards — and just 30 rushing yards — in the first half, but here’s one area that the Cardinals need to improve upon: Penalties. The Cardinals were flagged seven times, six in the second quarter alone. Two of those were false start penalties, including one on Jermaine Gresham, his fourth such penalty this season and 10th overall.After being held to 70 total yards in the first half, the Jaguars opened the second half with a 75-yard scoring drive. Bortles scored from one yard out on 4th-and-goal, pulling the visitors to within 16-10 at the 7:33 mark of the third quarter. Earlier on the seven-play drive, Bortles, on a designed run, rushed for 28 yards, by far the Jaguars’ best play to that point of the game.For the second straight game, Gabbert turned the ball over twice in the fourth quarter. He fumbled and was intercepted. The fumble was recovered by former Cardinals end Calais Campbell and returned 10 yards for a touchdown, handing the Jaguars their first lead of the game, 17-16, at the 12:10 mark of the period. On the interception, Gabbert was throwing to Chad Williams and never saw Barry Church. Prior to Dawson’s heroics, Cardinals quarterback Blaine Gabbert completed passes of 10 and 12 yards to put the Cardinals (5-6) in position for their first home win since Week 6. He finished 22-of-38 for 241 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.The Cardinals led for much of the game. They jumped in front 13-0 and had a 16-10 advantage entering the fourth quarter. And that’s when the real fun began.There were two lead changes and one tie in the final period; the latter coming after Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles scored on a 17-yard run, his second rushing touchdown of the game to make it 24-all.On the ground is where Bortles had most of his success.Facing the NFL’s No. 1 rushing offense, the Cardinals held the Jaguars (7-4) to 91 yards. Bortles had 62, while Leonard Fournette was limited to 25 on 12 carries.The Cardinals still have not lost three games in a row under head coach Bruce Arians.THE GOODFor only the third time this season, the Cardinals’ defense recovered a fumble. Even better, the Cardinals’ offense converted the turnover into points, a 42-yard field goal that extended the lead to 6-0 at the 9:00 mark of the first quarter. The fumble was caused by Josh Bynes, who knocked the ball loose from Chris Ivory on the back’s first carry of the game). 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