Aug 05, 2022
Fans all say the same thing during Crystal Palace vs Arsenal as Sky Sports unveil new-look scoreboard for 2022-23 season
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FANS are not liking Sky Sports' new-look scoreboard for the 2022-2023 season.
The popular TV channel unveiled their new design during the Premier League curtain-raiser between Crystal Palace and Arsenal at Selhurst Park.1Fans are not happy with Sky Sports' new scoreboardCredit: Reuters
The new graphic doesn't include any letters, instead it is only consisted of the clubs' badges, the scoreline and the time.
And it didn't go down well with the fans as they flooded Twitter to voice their disapproval.
One suporter tweeted: "Okay now show us the real scoreboard @SkySports that is awful.
Another posted: "Not into that new scoreboard at all. Bring back the letters."
A third wrote: "Disgusting scoreboard on sky."
This fan said: "Sky sports new scoreboard, in the bin you go."
And that one tweeted: "Fix the f*****g scoreboard."
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Former Patriots WR Suffers Training Camp Injury With New Team
Getty N'Keal Harry
Former New England Patriots WR N’Keal Harry is finding it tough to catch a break.
After three underwhelming seasons with the Patriots, Harry was traded to the Chicago Bears for a 2024 seventh-round pick this offseason.
Harry has been trying to get his bearings with his new team, but a recent injury that saw the 25-year-old helped off the field could throw a massive monkey wrench in his and the team’s plans for him.
The Athletic’s Adam Jahns tweeted about Harry’s injury:
Bears WR N'Keal Harry left practice today with an apparent injury. He needed help off the field by teammates and trainers.
— Adam Jahns (@adamjahns) August 6, 2022
The Chicago Tribune’s Dan Wiederer said the injury “appeared to be a significant leg injury.”
The Bears were without WRs Byron Pringle, Velus Jones and Dante Pettis this morning. And then N'Keal Harry suffered what appeared to be a significant left leg injury during a team period.
— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) August 6, 2022
Zack Pearson of BearReport.com speculated that it appeared to be an ankle injury:
Practice is over. WR N’Keal Harry left practice about midway through. Looked like an ankle injury. #Bears
— Zack Pearson (@Zack_Pearson) August 6, 2022
Sean Hammond of Shaw Local News had a word on a potential update to Harry’s injury.
Per Hammond, Bears head coach Matt Eberflus didn’t have any new information on Harry’s lower-body injury.
#Bears head coach Matt Eberflus said he doesn't have an update on WR N'Keal Harry, who left practice with an apparent ankle injury.
— Sean Hammond (@sean_hammond) August 6, 2022
An update is likely forthcoming on Monday when the Bears are expected to return to the practice field in preparation for their preseason opener against the Kansas City Chiefs on August 13. At the very least, Harry’s availability for that game would appear to be in some serious danger.N’Keal Harry Has an Excellent Chance to Shine in Chicago
Harry has an outstanding opportunity to recharge his career in Chicago. The Bears don’t have many established receivers behind last year’s leader in receiving yards and receptions, Darnell Mooney. Harry was expected to compete with Byron Pringle, rookie Velus Jones and Equanimeous St. Brown for the other spots.
If Harry is shelved for a long time, he might lose an opportunity to make a serious impact in his first, perhaps only year with the Bears. Many Patriots fans might still be rooting for Harry to find some success in his NFL career.
After the Patriots selected him with the 32nd pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, Harry was derailed by injuries, the lack of a grasp of the Patriots’ playbook, and inconsistent play at quarterback.
In Chicago, Harry has the opportunity to build chemistry with the Bears’ young franchise quarterback Justin Fields and carve himself a niche on a team with entirely new management and coaching personnel after the McCaskey family cleaned house following a disappointing 2021 season.
Hopefully, Harry can get healthy, and an injury isn’t what decides his fate in Chicago.Patriots Notes and Quotes
- DeVante Parker Autographs Poster
The Patriots’ newest No. 1 WR, DeVante Parker, is already striking a positive cord with New England fans. Parker was captured signing a fan’s poster of him after New England’s practice session at Gillette Stadium by ESPN.com’s Mike Reiss:
DeVante Parker caps off his first in-stadium practice with the Patriots by finding a personalized poster to sign. pic.twitter.com/DVFaY1d4B0
— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) August 6, 2022
- Richard Seymour Heads into the Hall of Fame
After a sensational career with the New England Patriots and Las Vegas Raiders organization, Richard Seymour was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Seymour called Patriots owner Robert Kraft “a mentor and a friend” during his induction speech.
The Boston Globe’s Jim McBride tweeted the comments as he attended the ceremony:
Richard Seymour calls Robert Kraft “a mentor and a friend” and added “none of this would be possible without Coach Belichick.” #Patriots pic.twitter.com/Rud8OgPLGi
— Jim McBride (@globejimmcbride) August 6, 2022
- The Patriots’ Preseason Opener is Approaching
New England opens the preseason on August 11 against the New York Giants.
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