Football team – Authentic Raiders Sale http://authenticraiderssale.com/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 18:04:27 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://authenticraiderssale.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon.png Football team – Authentic Raiders Sale http://authenticraiderssale.com/ 32 32 Georgia Football 2022 roster move forms 3 key position clusters https://authenticraiderssale.com/georgia-football-2022-roster-move-forms-3-key-position-clusters/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 17:43:49 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/georgia-football-2022-roster-move-forms-3-key-position-clusters/ It’s been a busy week for player movement on the Georgia roster, with several players announcing their draft NFL decisions and others choosing to enter the transfer portal. A total of 13 players will forfeit their eligibility and enter the NFL Draft, with Devonte Wyatt and Justin Shaffer also entering the draft. Eight players entered […]]]>

It’s been a busy week for player movement on the Georgia roster, with several players announcing their draft NFL decisions and others choosing to enter the transfer portal.

A total of 13 players will forfeit their eligibility and enter the NFL Draft, with Devonte Wyatt and Justin Shaffer also entering the draft. Eight players entered the transfer portal, the two biggest names being Jermaine Burton and JT Daniels.

As it stands, Georgia will have 12 scholarship signers assuming Dillon Bell ends up signing with Georgia on National Signing Day. Ladd McConkey and AD Mitchell will be Georgia’s most productive returnees in this position.

Related: What Jermaine Burton’s transfer decision really says about Georgia football’s receiver room

Perhaps the biggest boost this position could get would be health. Kearis Jackson, Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint, Dominick Blaylock and Arian Smith have all missed time in 2021 through injury. If this quartet is able to stay healthy, Georgia’s wide receiver group should become a lot more explosive.

There is also the possibility of obtaining contributions from Arik Gilbert. He didn’t play for Georgia in 2021 but remained on the roster and was spotted on the championship parade.

Georgia’s passing offense will be aided by tight ends, as Brock Bowers led the team in all receiving categories. With Darnell Washington and freshman Oscar Delp also involved, the burden on the wide reception hall won’t be as great.

But Georgia has lost its two most talented receivers on the 2021 team. The Bulldogs will need McConkey and Mitchell to make further strides while getting key contributions from its previously injured passers.

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As a wide receiver, this position was hit hard by the NFL’s draft and transfer portal. Lewis Cine and Derion Kendrick left to play on Sunday, with Ameer Speed, Jalen Kimber, Latavious Brini and Lovasea Carroll entering the transfer gate.

Speed ​​and Kimber have already found new homes in Michigan and Florida respectively. It speaks to the talent in the room that players who couldn’t see the field in Georgia were coveted by other programs.

But it wasn’t all bad news for the Georgia high school, as two seniors will return to become super seniors. Chris Smith and William Poole will take advantage of the additional year of eligibility offered by the NCAA due to the 2020 COVID season.

Smith has started 11 games for Georgia this season and would have made it in all 15 had it not been for a season-ending knee injury. The safety finished the season with three interceptions, including one against Clemson and another against Alabama. His presence will make things much easier for whoever replaces Ciné at the other security point.

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Washington football team gets new lawyer ahead of name change https://authenticraiderssale.com/washington-football-team-gets-new-lawyer-ahead-of-name-change/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 18:30:52 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/washington-football-team-gets-new-lawyer-ahead-of-name-change/ The Washington football team promoted assistant general counsel Mali Friedman before her new name was announced Feb. 2, making her the franchise’s fourth-best female attorney in three years. She succeeds Damon Jones, who joins the Los Angeles Dodgers as assistant general manager and baseball counsel. Jones spent just over a year as the top lawyer […]]]>

The Washington football team promoted assistant general counsel Mali Friedman before her new name was announced Feb. 2, making her the franchise’s fourth-best female attorney in three years.

She succeeds Damon Jones, who joins the Los Angeles Dodgers as assistant general manager and baseball counsel. Jones spent just over a year as the top lawyer for the football team owned by billionaire Daniel Snyder.

Friedman will assume her new role on Friday as chief legal officer and senior vice president of business affairs, the Washington team confirmed. She joined the franchise last year after serving as general counsel for the rebooted XFL.

The Washington team unveils its new name after public pressure forced Snyder in 2020 to drop the club’s former nickname, Redskins, which was widely criticized as disrespectful of Native American culture.

Possible new names include Brigade, Commanders, Presidents, Red Hogs and Defenders, which was the name of the XFL team that played home games at Audi Field in Washington.

“Mali will oversee the team’s legal and business affairs function and provide organization-wide legal and strategic support,” Washington team spokeswoman Ashley Whitlock said in a statement. communicated. “Mali and Damon worked closely together to ensure a smooth transition.”

The Washington team is the latest National Football League franchise to make changes to its internal legal leadership, joining the Jacksonville Jaguars, Las Vegas Raiders, Atlanta Falcons and Tennessee Titans.

Work NHL, NBA

Friedman, a former Covington & Burling associate, previously worked for the National Hockey League and the National Basketball Association’s Golden State Warriors.

She left the Warriors in 2019 to become Vince McMahon’s top XFL attorney, where Friedman was on maternity leave when the league went bankrupt in 2020 after shutting down operations due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Friedman did not respond to a request for comment on his promotion to the top legal position on Snyder’s team.

Jones was the very first general counsel hired by Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals in 2007. He left his position with the Nationals in 2020, a year after the team won the World Series, and spent eight months as a lawyer in sports practice. in Covington, Washington.

The Washington team recruited Jones to be its top attorney in December 2020 as Snyder faced mounting legal issues over the franchise’s controversial team name and allegations of sexual misconduct by employees.

Jones made an appearance in a video the team released earlier this month explaining why new team names such as RedWolves and Wolves are no longer viable options due to branding issues.

“Thrilled” Dodgers

Jones was unavailable to comment on his new job with the Dodgers.

As head of baseball operations, Jones is the latest lawyer for an MLB team to transition to work requiring expertise in everything from analyzing player performance to contract negotiations.

“We are thrilled to have Damon join us and look forward to working with him,” Dodgers general counsel Santiago “Sam” Fernandez said in an email. “With his background and years of experience in baseball, he will be a terrific addition.”

Jones is among several Dodgers personnel appointments announced this week. He will primarily deal with matters related to baseball operations, Fernandez said, who joined the Dodgers in 1983 and is one of MLB’s longest-serving club legal chiefs.

While Jones will be doing legal work, the Dodgers’ in-house legal group, which includes associate general counsel Chad Gunderson and Daniel Martens, will also continue to assist with some baseball operations, Fernandez said.

The Dodgers made another one in addition to their ranks last year by hiring Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Courtney Moore from Munger, Tolles & Olson, where she spent nearly two years as Director of Diversity and Inclusion. inclusion of the Los Angeles-based law firm. Moore is not a lawyer.

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Whitlock, the spokeswoman for Washington, thanked Jones for her 14 months on the job.

“Damon has been a key leader on our team and has helped our organization through a period of significant change and transition since joining us,” she said.

More than a year before Jones arrived, Eric Schaffer, who took over as general counsel for the Washington team in 2012, resigned in January 2020.

Schaffer was replaced by former Deputy General Counsel Will Rawson, who served as the team’s top legal position for more than a year until he handed over to Jones. Rawson is now an attorney at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in Washington.

Jones, during his brief tenure as the Washington team’s chief legal officer, last summer recruited former Davis Wright Tremaine associate Ryan Appel for an attorney position.

Bloomberg Law reported on unsealed records last year in a lawsuit brought by the team’s former chief operating officer and general counsel. David Donovan– who left in 2011 and is now a retired partner at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr – against top litigation attorney Beth Wilkinson, who was retained by Snyder and the NFL to lead an internal investigation into the franchise .

Donovan claimed that Wilkinson used trickery to circumvent attorney-client privilege by accessing confidential records detailing sexual harassment settlements.

The NFL eventually fined $10 million against Snyder’s team but declined to publicly release details of Wilkinson’s investigation.

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Raiders fire general manager Mike Mayock after three seasons, reportedly request talks with Colts and Patriots executives https://authenticraiderssale.com/raiders-fire-general-manager-mike-mayock-after-three-seasons-reportedly-request-talks-with-colts-and-patriots-executives/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 23:35:00 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/raiders-fire-general-manager-mike-mayock-after-three-seasons-reportedly-request-talks-with-colts-and-patriots-executives/ Kirby Lee – USA TODAY Sports Two days after falling to the Bengals in the playoff round, the Raiders launched a search for new management, reportedly requesting talks with Colts and Patriots executives before telling general manager Mike Mayock that he wouldn’t. won’t be retained in 2022. Mayock was technically still employed as general manager […]]]>
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Two days after falling to the Bengals in the playoff round, the Raiders launched a search for new management, reportedly requesting talks with Colts and Patriots executives before telling general manager Mike Mayock that he wouldn’t. won’t be retained in 2022. Mayock was technically still employed as general manager when Las Vegas began targeting replacements, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, but the Raiders decided to make a switch “a few days ago,” at the time of their playoff loss, ultimately announcing Mayock official dismissal Monday evening.

In bidding farewell to Mayock, the Raiders requested interviews with Patriots director of player personnel Dave Ziegler and Colts executive Ed Dobbs for their general manager positions, according to NFL Media. This comes hours after they also reportedly asked to interview Patriots defensive assistant Jerod Mayo for their head coaching job, currently held by interim Rich Bisaccia.

Mayock was set to come under scrutiny from owner Mark Davis at the start of the 2021 season, after two straight years without a playoff appearance alongside coach Jon Gruden, who resigned in October amid of an email scandal related to the NFL’s investigation of the Washington football team.

The Raiders have improved in each of Mayock’s seasons as GM, going 4-12 the year before he joined, 7-9 in his debut, 8-8 in 2020 and 10-7 in 2021. But Las Vegas also struggled to identify or develop top draft picks and still hasn’t advanced to the playoffs since its Super Bowl in 2002. The team has also endured a number of off-field issues with players that Mayock has helped acquire, including cutting Antonio Brown, Henry Ruggs III and Damon Arnette on separate grounds. controversies.

With Mayock gone, the Raiders could soon be considering a total overhaul. Bisaccia received endorsements from players and staff following his run as Gruden’s replacement, but the team have already begun exploring replacements. Quarterback Derek Carr, meanwhile, is under contract through 2022 but could be traded or released without penalty.

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High school football: Lots of teams, individual records plummet in 2021 – Reuters https://authenticraiderssale.com/high-school-football-lots-of-teams-individual-records-plummet-in-2021-reuters/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 05:03:39 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/high-school-football-lots-of-teams-individual-records-plummet-in-2021-reuters/ By Mike Londonmike.london@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — When people talk about the 2021 football season in the coming years, they’ll have to specify spring or fall, because there were two. In the season that ended for Rowan County in November, a remarkable number of records were set or nearly set, and that goes for teams as well […]]]>

By Mike London
mike.london@salisburypost.com

SALISBURY — When people talk about the 2021 football season in the coming years, they’ll have to specify spring or fall, because there were two.

In the season that ended for Rowan County in November, a remarkable number of records were set or nearly set, and that goes for teams as well as individuals.

More records are sure to fall in 2022, as Salisbury full-back JyMikaah Wells finished his first year on the threshold of two major school records.

Wells has scored 49 career touchdowns in three college seasons, so Justin Ruffin’s 55 is just around the corner.

Wells has 3,442 rushing yards, so he’ll likely pass Dario Hamilton, who holds the Hornets career mark with 3,553, on opening night of the 2022 season.

Of course, Wells might not be able to push a new TD record far enough to hold off Salisbury quarterback Mike Geter for very long. Geter had 28 rushing touchdowns as a sophomore.

Geter fell just short of two Salisbury season records. He would have broken both with one more game. Brian Bauk still holds the record for total single-season offenses with 2,228 in 2012, while Griffin Myers (2017) still holds the record for single-season passing yardage with 1,525 in 2017.

Senior Marcus Cook broke Salisbury’s career records for receptions (85) and receiving yards (1,473).

As a team, the Hornets set a new county standard for scoring (53 points per game) and stifled the 1995 Hornets for a defensive record for fewest points allowed (5.41 per game).

The Hornets allowed 32 points in their last game at Maiden and fell just short of South Rowan’s modern county record for scoring defense. The 1978 Raiders allowed 5.09 points per game.

North Rowan pleaded for the most exciting season in county history, not only going 3-0 in overtime games, but breaking the school record for points per game (39.5) while while simultaneously challenging the school record for most points allowed per game. (31.1).

It’s true. When you went to see North Rowan, you were going to see 70 points per night on average.

North had three players who scored over 100 points, and that was something that had never happened in County on a team. Running back Jae’mias Morrow (138), receiver Amari McArthur (110) and quarterback Jeremiah Alford (106) all topped 100, though the county record (West’s KP Parks scored a ridiculous 356 in 2009) is probably safe for another century or so. .

McArthur has 21 career TD receptions after his junior season, so the school record of 23 set by Alfonzo Miller won’t last very long in 2022.

Neither is Bryson Gaymon’s school record of 1,990 receiving yards. McArthur has 1,731.

McArthur broke single-season marks for the Cavaliers this year with 1,191 receiving yards and 16 TD catches. He broke a single-game mark with 273 receiving yards (on just five catches) against North Stanly.

McArthur has 84 career catches. Thirteen Rowan receivers hit 100. The East’s Seth Wyrick topped the list with 189. Dr. Byrd set the North’s record with 142.

In addition to McArthur, West Rowan’s Peter Williams-Simpson had a 2021 season that put him on the all-time receiving list. He had 48 catches for 1,056 yards and 11 touchdowns.

West had a prolific offensive team (35.1 points per game). Senior quarterback Noah Loeblein broke a single-game school record with 371 passing yards against Central Cabarrus and broke school and county records in that game with six touchdown passes.

Loeblein finished his career ranked seventh on Rowan County’s all-time passing yardage list with 4,780. Loeblein’s 2021 season – 2,334 passing yards – ranked eighth in county history by Rowan.

Loeblein has thrown 53 touchdown passes in his career and is fifth in County history in that category, behind only Samuel Wyrick of East, Payne Stolsworth and BJ Sherrill of West and Mario Sturdivant of North.

Alford, North’s first-year QB is already making his presence felt on the all-time passing list. He’s in the top 50 after just one season with 1,885 passing yards.

The Post has tracked the 50 best passing plays in county history since the late 1960s. Loeblein’s 371-yard game against Central Cabarrus placed him fifth on the county’s list.

Alford made the list twice as a freshman. He had 296 passing yards against North Stanly and 282 against Lexington.

Alford had 23 touchdown passes in his first year. He threw five in the playoff game against Robbinsville to tie the school record.

The Post has tracked every 1,000-yard rushing season since the late 1960s.

North’s Morrow (1,301), West’s Akin Robinson (1,233) and Salisbury’s Wells (1,209) were on the list this season.

The Post has also tracked every 200-yard rush game since the late 1960s. There have been a handful of new entries this season, including a rare one by a quarterback. Alford rushed for 224 yards in the playoff win over the Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy.

West’s Robinson ran for 207 yards against Central Cabarrus.

Bulldozer Carson Carter Dowd rushed for 213 yards in his career game against Central.

Speaking of the Cougars, Hunter Burris has a few entries in the school record books for rushing yards by a quarterback. He had 930 rushing yards for the season and 188 in the game against South Stanly.

In the world of all-out attacking (meaning rushing and passing), Alford had an incredible 12-game freshman season that ranked fourth in school history and 10th in county history with 2,784 yards.

Loeblein didn’t amass many rushing yards, but he still had an all-time county top-25 season in total offense.

Loeblein finished 13th on the county’s career list for total offense with 5,097 yards.

He was special. Only 15 players in Rowan’s history have reached 5,000 – 11 quarterbacks and four running backs.

West’s KP Parks, who rushed for an incredible 10,915 yards, is by far the all-time leading rusher in the county. The next four on the list are quarterbacks – East’s Samuel Wyrick, North’s Sturdivant, West’s Sherrill and North’s Sakelo Lilly, who is perhaps the most underrated player of all time.

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Three Packers players named first-team All-Pro https://authenticraiderssale.com/three-packers-players-named-first-team-all-pro/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 17:31:11 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/three-packers-players-named-first-team-all-pro/ GREEN BAY — Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, wide receiver Davante Adams and linebacker De’Vondre Campbell were all voted first-team All-Pro, as determined by a vote of 50 members of the Associated media. Press. This is Rodgers’ fifth All-Pro selection. He was named NFL MVP in each of his previous three first-team All-Pro campaigns (2011, ’14 […]]]>

GREEN BAY — Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, wide receiver Davante Adams and linebacker De’Vondre Campbell were all voted first-team All-Pro, as determined by a vote of 50 members of the Associated media. Press.

This is Rodgers’ fifth All-Pro selection. He was named NFL MVP in each of his previous three first-team All-Pro campaigns (2011, ’14 and ’20). He was named to the second team in 2012.

Rodgers’ four first-team All-Pro selections are the most for a QB in team history. Pro Football Hall of Famer Brett Favre had three (1995-97).

Adams, who was one of five unanimous First-Team All-Pro selections, is the first Green Bay receiver to do so back-to-back since Sterling Sharpe in 1992-93. This is Campbell’s first All-Pro recognition.

Campbell’s selection is historic for the Packers. He is Green Bay’s first inside linebacker to make the AP All-Pro first team since Pro Football Hall of Famer Ray Nitschke in 1966.

Campbell, who signed with the Packers on June 9, started all 16 games he played for Green Bay and led the defense with a career-high 145 tackles (101 solo), including six for a loss.

The sixth-year veteran had two interceptions, two sacks, five passes defended, two forced fumbles and one recovery. He ranked seventh in the NFL among all tackles defensemen. Campbell was one of only three players (Derwin James, BAC; Antoine Winfield Jr., TB) with multiple interceptions, sacks and forced fumbles.

According to Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus, Campbell has only missed four tackles this season. All other linebackers with at least 80 solo tackles had double-digit missed tackles.

Still, Campbell was voted out of the Pro Bowl last month. It’s reminiscent of former Packers center Corey Linsley, who was shunned for last year’s Pro Bowl before being voted first-team All-Pro weeks later. The PA uses a 4-3 defensive lineup for the ballot, with Campbell (18 votes) earning first-team recognition along with Micah Parsons of Dallas (46) and Darius Leonard of Indianapolis (44).

“I think he’s absolutely worthy of that honor, but sometimes it takes a year to get your name really recognized for everyone to recognize him,” head coach Matt LaFleur said Dec. 23, a day after Campbell was not named to the Pro Bowl.

“But I think everyone in this football team and in this building and in the league who really knows what’s going on knows he’s been a terrific player this season for us and that’s a big reason why. we were able to have so much success not only on the defensive side of the ball, but as a football team.”

Rodgers completed 366 of 531 passes (68.9%) for 4,115 yards and 37 touchdowns with four interceptions. His passer rating of 111.9 led the league for the second straight season.

Rodgers led the league in INT percentage (0.75) for an NFL record sixth time and fourth straight season (no other QB has done so in three straight years). He was voted to his 10th Pro Bowl last month and was honored as NFL Offensive Player of the Month in December.

Rodgers received 34 first-place votes, with Tom Brady earning second-team All-Pro honors with 16.

Both Adams and Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp were unanimously selected to the first team, winning all 50 votes. Adams came a vote shy of achieving that feat last year. The eight-year-old wide receiver set new franchise single-season records for receptions (123) and receiving yards (1,553) in 2021. He was second in the NFL in receptions and third in receiving yards , while also leading the Packers with 11 touchdown receptions.

Additionally, Adams became only the sixth player in NFL history with 120+ receptions, 1,500+ receiving yards, and 11+ receiving touchdowns in a season. He was named to his fifth straight Pro Bowl in 2021, one behind the James Lofton Hall of Fame franchise record for six receivers (1980-85).

Two-time pro Bowler Kenny Clark also received All-Pro votes at defensive tackle.

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Travon Walker’s Hidden Piece That Shows Why The 2021 Georgia Soccer Team Has Become ‘Legendary’ https://authenticraiderssale.com/travon-walkers-hidden-piece-that-shows-why-the-2021-georgia-soccer-team-has-become-legendary/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 21:00:00 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/travon-walkers-hidden-piece-that-shows-why-the-2021-georgia-soccer-team-has-become-legendary/ Kirby Smart’s team-building philosophy was not better exemplified on Kelee Ringo’s game-sealing interception. It also didn’t happen when Jalen Carter blocked a basket. There was an even more telling moment in the Georgia schedule than when former replacement Stetson Bennett threw the touchdown pass to 3-star freshman AD Mitchell. The game that best shows what […]]]>

Kirby Smart’s team-building philosophy was not better exemplified on Kelee Ringo’s game-sealing interception. It also didn’t happen when Jalen Carter blocked a basket. There was an even more telling moment in the Georgia schedule than when former replacement Stetson Bennett threw the touchdown pass to 3-star freshman AD Mitchell.

The game that best shows what Smart wants and settled into his team came on a 24-yard completion at Alabama wide receiver Agiye Hall.

Georgia and Alabama aren’t the only talented schools, however. Many schools sign the top 10 classes, only to go 6-6 and play in an average bowl game. It takes a lot more than a good relationship in high school to get to a national championship game.

It takes the buy-in of the players. They need to go shopping early in the morning during the offseason at Sanford Stadium. By straining and being connected to a team.

“It was all the work we did in the offseason, getting to know each other, all the connecting pieces, just everything we did just this offseason, it’s unlike any other I’ve had “said linebacker Nakobe Dean. “That’s when I knew this team could be special and get the job done, and that they had the group of guys to do it.”

Related: “Put it on us:” Jamaree Salyer’s change of position opens offense in national championship win for Georgia

Dean had a moment similar to Walker’s. The junior linebacker snapped a safe touchdown pass to tight end Cameron Latu, despite Channing Tindall getting in his way. After the play, Dean confronted Tindall and demanded accountability. Tindall responded by sending Young on the next play to force a placement.

Some might cringe at the way Dean spoke to Tindall. But Kirby Smart said that all season it has been a player-led team. This Dean moment and Walker’s tackle is what it looks like.

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Hazing charges filed against teens after NJ high school football team investigated – NBC New York https://authenticraiderssale.com/hazing-charges-filed-against-teens-after-nj-high-school-football-team-investigated-nbc-new-york/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 01:59:30 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/hazing-charges-filed-against-teens-after-nj-high-school-football-team-investigated-nbc-new-york/ What there is to know Several New Jersey high school students have been criminally charged following a hazing investigation with the school’s football team At least four students were suspended in the fall when the school’s athletic director was put on leave, several coaches were suspended and games canceled The charges include hazing, attempted criminal […]]]>

What there is to know

  • Several New Jersey high school students have been criminally charged following a hazing investigation with the school’s football team
  • At least four students were suspended in the fall when the school’s athletic director was put on leave, several coaches were suspended and games canceled
  • The charges include hazing, attempted criminal sexual contact, criminal sexual contact, forcible confinement and harassment.

A widespread investigation into alleged hazing practices involving a New Jersey high school football team has now led to criminal charges against “a number” of the teenage students involved.

The Monmouth County District Attorney’s Office has announced juvenile complaints resulting from incidents in the locker rooms of the Wall Township High School football team between September and October last year. The charges include hazing, attempted criminal sexual contact, criminal sexual contact, forcible confinement and harassment.

Additional charges of aggravated sexual assault and sexual assault have been laid against a minor for alleged acts outside of school.

A lawyer for one of the indicted students said it was “unprecedented and blatantly irresponsible” for the prosecutor’s office to disclose information relating to the charges of minors, and to challenge the allegations of any sex crimes.

“There is absolutely nothing sexual about anything that happened in the videos or in the locker room and we can’t wait to prove it. It was about wrestling and sophomoric behavior from boys aged 15, 16 and 17 years before football training in front of the coaches – if there had been anything sexual the coaches would have stopped it, but they didn’t because it was nothing more than heckling, “attorney Christopher Adams said in a statement to NBC New York. “Adding a baseless sex charge is not only supported by facts, but nothing more than playing politics and bending to the media.”

Adams also sued the acting state attorney general, saying that if Andrew Bruck approved the release of the information regarding the juvenile charges, “he then proved he did not support the juvenile justice reforms of the administration and was not qualified “for the position.”

While the number of students facing criminal charges is not known, they follow suspensions of four student athletes late last year by school administrators. The Wall High School suspensions came at two separate times, once immediately after reports of bullying and hazing surfaced, and then at least about a week later.

Student suspensions also came after the high school’s athletic director was put on administrative leave, several coaches were suspended and games were called off. This follows several heated school board meetings that have taken place since the allegations came to light earlier in November.

“Although no information is released regarding most of the juvenile cases, the prosecutor’s office is releasing the above information today in response to intense public scrutiny regarding these matters and a high degree of disinformation circulating around them. subject, as well as in order to educate and inform the community as to the seriousness of such behavior ”, indicated Monday the statement of the prosecutor.

The prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into the locker room incident in which parents said they were captured on cell phone video.

“We hope that the lessons learned from this case will foster a renewed interest in actively teaching minors in all of our schools what conduct crosses the line of acceptability and what students should do if they are a bystander or victim of. hazing, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, “Monmouth County Acting Attorney Lori Linskey said in a statement.

Wall Township Public School Principal Dr Tracy Handerhan and other school officials have repeatedly said they could not comment due to the ongoing investigation. Handerhan detailed what the district has done since the allegations emerged.

Some parents say they are angry that the entire football team is being punished for the allegations about around six players. One berated the district for canceling the playoffs and Thanksgiving games after a year where students had already lost so much to the pandemic.

At one of the meetings in the fall, many angry parents wanted to know why they found out about the allegations through the news and not through the school, asking when district officials first found out. . Among those taking the mike were former students who say hazing has been a part of school for a long time and was bullied years ago.

Eric Duchak explained that he was dragged across the locker room floor, as well as being kicked and punched with towels, towels and helmets.

The investigation into the hazing allegations at Wall High School led to the suspension of several coaches and the exclusion from the one-game football team. Reports by Brian Thompson of NBC New York.

“I have kept this with me for 27 years,” Duchak told the school board. The former student called the latest allegation by several soccer players threatening to assault a young class man with a broom that is part of an ongoing culture.

And Marilyn Clayton, mother of a former student with Down’s syndrome, too. She says her son was bullied by members of the soccer team in 2012.

“It happened to my son, my son, and it got swept under the carpet,” Clayton said.

The Monmouth County District Attorney’s Office is investigating an allegation that a sophomore was mistaken with a broomstick by several upper class students on the football team. NBC New York’s Checkey Beckford reports.

The families of other players – who were not involved in the hazing incidents – have also hired a lawyer to protect their children’s reputations. The lawyer said in a letter to the commissioner that the ticklish effect of the new suspensions perpetuates a sense of helplessness for those only guilty by association and closeness.

“If there is a danger for a member of the school body, don’t you think that the police have already arrested someone? Said lawyer Chris Gramiccioni.

The attorney’s letter also warned that the suspensions should not be used to send a message to the community or quell public outcry, as the consequences could be too severe.

“When the kids are hanging you can’t ring that bell, they’re wasting precious education time,” he said.

While some parents seek to protect their children, others approve of the suspensions.

“I think the suspension is the only way to deal with this because it teaches other kids, ‘Oh my God, something like that, we better watch it,’” said Nancy Kowalsky, who said her son had been bullied years ago at school, but not by soccer players.

In total, three Wall High School football team coaches have been suspended, sources told NBC New York, including head coach and business professor Tony Grandinetti. He and two others were placed on administrative leave.

So far, a school board member has resigned, citing the hazing allegations as the reason.

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Eagles vs Cowboys score: Dak Prescott throws five touchdowns, breaks Tony Romo’s single season record in Dallas rout https://authenticraiderssale.com/eagles-vs-cowboys-score-dak-prescott-throws-five-touchdowns-breaks-tony-romos-single-season-record-in-dallas-rout/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 05:07:00 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/eagles-vs-cowboys-score-dak-prescott-throws-five-touchdowns-breaks-tony-romos-single-season-record-in-dallas-rout/ The Dallas Cowboys have made sure to prove their offense is one of the best in the NFL when it shoots at full blast. Unfortunately for the Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles didn’t take the game as seriously as they did with their playoff spot secured. Dak Prescott finished 21 of 27 for 295 yards with […]]]>

The Dallas Cowboys have made sure to prove their offense is one of the best in the NFL when it shoots at full blast. Unfortunately for the Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles didn’t take the game as seriously as they did with their playoff spot secured.

Dak Prescott finished 21 of 27 for 295 yards with five touchdowns and no interceptions, playing in the fourth quarter in a 51-26 rout for the Eagles. While the win is impressive for Dallas, Philadelphia seated quarterback Jalen Hurts and all of his starters aside from Jason Kelce (who lined up for the first snap), DeVonta Smith and TJ Edwards in it.

Prescott passed Tony Romo for the most touchdown passes in a season in Cowboys history at 37. He entered the game with 32 touchdowns on the night, four behind Romo for the franchise mark. (Romo threw 36 touchdown passes for the Cowboys in 2007). Ezekiel Elliott finished with 18 carries for 87 yards to give him 1,000 rushing yards this year, the fourth time in his career he has surpassed that plateau. Saturday was the first time Elliott passed 60 yards in a game since Week 6.

Gardner Minshew and the Eagles offense moved the ball well against the Cowboys first-half defense in the first half, but only managed to get seven points in the second half against the Cowboys defense. Dallas first team. Minshew finished 19 of 33 for 186 yards for two touchdowns and one interception in the loss, replacing the inactive Hurts. Kenneth Gainwell had 12 carries for 83 yards and one touchdown as Philadelphia rushed for 149 yards to set a franchise record for most rushing yards in a season. Smith had three catches for 41 yards. He passed DeSean Jackson for the most Eagles rookie receiving yards in franchise history (916) before being taken out of the game.

The Eagles can still get the No.6 seed if the 49ers lose and the Saints win. The Cowboys already have a secure home playoff game by winning the NFC East and the highest they can climb in the playoff standings is the No.2 seed, whom they’ll need help to reach on Sunday. If Dallas secures the No. 2 seed, the Cowboys will be guaranteed two home playoff games if they reach the divisional round of the playoffs.

Why the Cowboys won

Dallas argued he wanted some pre-playoff momentum after a brutal loss to Arizona that put the Cowboys out of the race for home advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. Dak Prescott and the first team offense played well in the fourth quarter and the first team defense played deep in the second half. The Cowboys got the momentum they wanted against the Eagles’ second and third team defense, as Prescott threw five touchdowns and Dallas gave in for 475 yards of attack.

Prescott looked as sharp as ever and Ezekiel Elliott rushed over 60 yards for the first time since October. Dallas will play a much tougher defense next week, so it’s hard to understand how the offense went against a Philadelphia team that clearly had other intentions in Week 18.

Why the Eagles lost

The Eagles have decided to rest all but three of the starters in this one, having already clinched their playoff spots next week. Their first team starters might not have beaten the Cowboys either, but they would have fought better. It was a 17-17 game at one point and the Eagles rushed for 149 yards, but the defense allowed Dallas to score touchdowns on seven of nine possessions. It’s hard to beat any soccer team this way, whether a coach is playing their starters or not.

Turning point

The Cowboys managed to score 14 points in the 3:40 first-half final, as Prescott went 4-for-6 for 42 yards on the go-ahead to give Dallas a 23-17 lead. with 1:48 to play in the second quarter. Prescott threw a 26-yard pass to Amari Cooper in the second and third to establish his 2-yard touchdown pass to Dalton Schultz on the drive – one that Dallas made look easy on the field.

After the Eagles played just six games trying to score before half-time, Arryn Siposs had a bad punt that amassed 21 yards and allowed Dallas to score again starting at the line of 43 yards from Philadelphia. Prescott scored 3 of 4 for 43 yards on the rush that culminated in a 9-yard touchdown pass to Schultz that gave the Cowboys a 30–17 lead at halftime – a run that only lasted 19 seconds. That practice took away any hope the Eagles had been upset and Dallas went from there.

Game play

Dak Prescott passing Tony Romo for the Cowboys single-season touchdown pass gets the nod here. Prescott found Corey Clement in the fourth quarter for his fifth touchdown pass of the game – his 37th of the season to set the record.

Prescott found Clement – an Eagles Super Bowl hero – for the 8-yard score that ended up being his last assist of the night. He finished just five yards under 300 on the night, but ended up with a 151.8 passer rating in the game.

The quote

“I really wanted to make sure some guys were healthy to get this team ready for the playoffs. The goal is to win playoff games, not just reach the playoffs. – Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni on his starters rest in the regular season finale.

The Eagles played three games in 13 days and saw their playoff spot sealed, so there was no reason to play their starters in a game where the highest seed they could win is the lead. series # 6 – which they can get anyway with a Saints win and loss for the 49ers on Sunday. Philadelphia wanted to make sure they had a week off before the playoffs, giving Hurts more time to get his ankle back to 100%.

Following

The Cowboys and Eagles will play in the playoff wildcard round next week. The date, opponent and time will be determined on Sunday evening.


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D / STs to start, D / STs to sit: Fantasy football start / sit tips for week 18 https://authenticraiderssale.com/d-sts-to-start-d-sts-to-sit-fantasy-football-start-sit-tips-for-week-18/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 12:20:00 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/d-sts-to-start-d-sts-to-sit-fantasy-football-start-sit-tips-for-week-18/ We’ve reached the final week of the NFL regular season. It also means it’s the last week of your fantasy football leagues and you could be on the cusp of fantasy glory. Whether you’re trying to lift a Championship trophy or avoid a penalty in last place, you only need one more roster this year. […]]]>

We’ve reached the final week of the NFL regular season. It also means it’s the last week of your fantasy football leagues and you could be on the cusp of fantasy glory. Whether you’re trying to lift a Championship trophy or avoid a penalty in last place, you only need one more roster this year. With that in mind, here are two D / STs to start and two to avoid in the final week of the season.

D / ST starts

Washington football team vs. New York Giants

The Giants had -10 net passing yards last week. Let it in. You who are reading this article now had MORE passing yards than the Giants last week. Additionally, backup quarterback Mike Glennon is injured and could miss the game, which will put the quarterback duties in the hands of Jake Fromm. Neither team plays for more than pride and I think the WFT defense is a great game this week.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos

The Chiefs watched the AFC No.1 seed slip away in Week 17 with a loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. These teams will meet again on Saturday for Week 18 and the Chiefs won’t know how the Tennessee Titans result for their game, so they still have to bring it to make sure they get the win. The Broncos play for nothing and when these teams met in Week 13, the Kansas City D / ST finished as an overall D / ST3 for the week.

D / ST sits

Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

While the Chiefs have to bring it for their game, the D / ST Packers are not in the same boat. They’ve already locked up the No.1 seed who brings a field advantage and a first-round pass, so there’s really nothing to play for this week. The Lions offense improved over the season and when these teams met in Week 2 the Packers D / ST finished as D / ST15 with just six fantastic points.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks

If I’m the D / ST Cardinals I’m shaking in my boots at the performance of Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf in Week 17. If that Seahawks offense clicks and catches fire to end the season, that’s bad. news for the Cardinals. Even when these teams met in Week 11, the D / ST Cardinals finished as D / ST14 overall of the week. Look for a better game to end your season.


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Washington Football vs New York Giants NFL Week 18 Odds, Games & Outlook for January 9, 2022 https://authenticraiderssale.com/washington-football-vs-new-york-giants-nfl-week-18-odds-games-outlook-for-january-9-2022/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 06:49:01 +0000 https://authenticraiderssale.com/washington-football-vs-new-york-giants-nfl-week-18-odds-games-outlook-for-january-9-2022/ The Washington football team (6-10) lost four games in a Week 18 battle against the New York Giants (4-12). For more information on betting and fantasy, sign up for the SI Winners Club newsletter. Washington vs. Giants odds On / under insights Washington has combined with their opponents to amass over 38 points in 10 […]]]>

The Washington football team (6-10) lost four games in a Week 18 battle against the New York Giants (4-12).

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Washington vs. Giants odds

On / under insights

  • Washington has combined with their opponents to amass over 38 points in 10 of 16 games this season.
  • New York and their opponents have combined to score more than 38 points in nine of 16 games this season.
  • The two teams combine to score 35.3 points per game, 2.7 short of this contest’s total.
  • These two teams give a combined total of 51.3 points per game, 13.3 more than the over / under of this competition.
  • The football team‘s games this season have an average total of 46.2 points, which is 8.2 points above Sunday’s over / under.
  • The 38-point total for this game is 6.8 points lower than the Giants’ average total of 44.8 points per game this season.
  • Washington is 6-10-0 ATS this season.
  • Washington’s games this year have topped the total on seven of 16 occasions (43.8%).
  • This year, the football team are averaging 5.0 points less per game (19.6) than the Giants are giving up (24.6).
  • Washington is 3-1 ATS and 4-0 overall this season as the team registers over 24.6 points.
  • The football team is averaging 323.6 yards per game, 33.1 yards below the 356.7 the Giants allow per outing.
  • Washington is 3-3 ATS and 4-2 overall when the team has over 356.7 yards.
  • The football team have returned the ball twice more (24 overall) than the Giants have forced a turnover (22) this season.
  • Click on it to SISportsbook and find the latest spread, moneyline, and total for Washington’s game with the Giants.
  • In New York’s 16 games this year, he has six ATS wins.
  • The Giants have been underdog by 6.5 points or more 10 times this season and have covered the lead twice.
  • New York have topped the point total in 31.2% of their opportunities this season (five times in 16 games with set point total).
  • This year, the Giants are 11.0 points less per game (15.7) than the football team is giving up (26.7).
  • New York is 2-0 ATS and 1-1 overall in games when it has accumulated over 26.7 points.
  • The Giants are 76.8 yards less per game (293.9) than the football team is giving up per game (370.7).
  • In games New York picks up for 370.7 yards, the team are 2-0 ATS and 1-1 overall.
  • This year, the Giants have turned the ball over 27 times, 11 more than the football team’s take-out (16).

Overview of the house and the road

  • New York are 3-4 ATS and 3-4 overall at home this year.
  • In seven home games this season, New York has not topped the total.
  • This season, the Giants’ home games are averaging 45.1 points, which is 7.1 more than this game’s over / under (38).
  • Washington is 3-5 overall and 3-5 ATS on the road.
  • Washington has topped the total in five of eight away games this season.
  • The average total points in away games for the soccer team this season is 45.4 points, 7.4 more than the over / under in this competition (38).

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