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    Detroit Lions' new superstar rookie Aidan Hutchinson has dedicated his dominant weekend performance to a five-year-old leukemia patient with a heart-wrenching video on his social media. Hutchinson - the No. 2 overall pick in the 2022 Draft, produced another brilliant display for the Lions in their 36-27 win over the Commanders. And speaking after the game, he admitted Hudson Gazsi - a fellow Michigander - was a source of fuel for him during the game. 'This game is dedicated to Hudson, who is a kid who just got diagnosed with leukemia,' Hutchinson said following the Lions' 36-27 win, via ESPN.  'He's a big Lions fan, he's from my area. I sent him a video before the game. He was cheering me on.  'I'm just happy to have good games to spread causes to kids like that. Just raise a lot of awareness for things like that.' Hudson Gazsi has received support from Aidan Hutchinson during his battle with leukemia Hutchinson dedicated his stellar performance on Sunday to the sick five-year-old This was the video @aidanhutch97 left for Hudson before the game.Hutch...
    Chris Rock opened up about his past experiences being bullied and how it led him to let people 'walk all over' him in a podcast earlier this year. The 57-year-old comic, who was slapped by Will Smith after making a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith's hair at Sunday's Oscars, appeared on the Fly on the Wall with Dana Carvey and David Spade podcast January 12, where he recounted his past experiences and how it impacted him as an adult. Rock said he had been 'bullied ridiculously' as a child, adding, 'Half of the bullying was because I was just a little guy. Then I got bused to school and the bullying was because I was [a] little guy and I was Black. I was getting double bullied.' The latest: Chris Rock, 57, opened up about his past experiences being bullied and how it led him to let people 'walk all over' him in a podcast earlier this year. The comic was seen at Sunday's Oscars at the Dolby Theatre, where Will Smith, 53, infamously slapped him  Rock recalled an incident in which...
    JAKE PAUL was warned 'no amount of training' could prepare him to fight Khabib Nurmagomedov in MMA. The YouTuber was welcomed to the cage by Khabib, in the UFC legend's Eagle Fighting Championship. 3Jake Paul called out UFC legend Khabib NurmagomedovCredit: Reuters 3Khabib retired from MMA unbeatenCredit: Alamy But Paul insisted he would only sign with Nurmagomedov if he could fight the unbeaten and retired Russian straight away. The American, who competed as a high-school wrestler, had previously teased a switch to MMA by posting a video throwing leg kicks. Still, despite his recent session and prior grappling background, former UFC champion Michael Bisping advised him against ever fighting Khabib. Bisping, 42, said on his YouTube channel: "For Jake Paul to be going out there and saying he will fight in MMA against Khabib, I mean what the f*** is that? "No amount of training from Khabib or from anyone is gonna have you beating Khabib, yes he did a little bit of wrestling when he's at school. "Guess what, I haven't researched Jake Paul's wrestling credentials....
    BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots traded a second-round pick to Atlanta in 2019 to acquire wide receiver Mohamed Sanu. It didn’t work out. Sanu caught just 26 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown in eight games with New England, and he made one catch for 11 yards in the Patriots’ lone playoff game that year. Sanu was under contract for 2020, but the Patriots released him prior to the start of the season. READ MORE: Patriots Rookies -- Including Mac Jones -- Reporting For Training Camp On Tuesday Speaking on the DNP-CD Sports Podcast this week, Sanu explained that he was released after refusing to take a pay cut. “I mean, it was business,” Sanu said. “Like I couldn’t — I mean, I wasn’t gonna take a pay cut. So it was just — I earn what I earn. I’m not gonna take a pay cut just ‘cuz of whatever y’all have going on. If y’all are gonna release me, y’all are gonna release me, which was cool. I’ll always bet on myself. I’m a hard-working guy and I...
    A new report says Tucker Carlson was seeking an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin prior to his public comments claiming that the National Security Agency was monitoring his communications. Axios’ Jonathan Swan reported Wednesday that Carlson “was talking to U.S.-based Kremlin intermediaries” about arranging an interview, and that sources said government officials “learned about Carlson’s efforts.” Carlson learned that the government was aware of his outreach — and that’s the basis of his extraordinary accusation, followed by a rare public denial by the NSA that he had been targeted. Axios has not confirmed whether any communications from Carlson have been intercepted, and if so, why. Carlson said on his show last week that the NSA “is monitoring our electronic communications and is planning to leak them in an attempt to take this show off the air.” The NSA put out a rare statement responding to Carlson and saying he “has never been an intelligence target.” Swan reports that when reached for comment the NSA pointed back to that statement, writing, “The NSA is denying the targeting of Carlson...
    PHOENIX -- The suspect in a shooting spree targeting pedestrians and vehicles throughout metropolitan Phoenix on Thursday is a teenage security guard who allegedly told police he believed people were after him in the wake of a separate shooting he was involved in while working at a restaurant last month, according to court documents.Ashin Tricarico, 19, of Surprise, Arizona, was charged Friday with first-degree murder, aggravated assault, drive-by shooting and endangerment in connection with the shootings, which left one person dead and a dozen others injured. There may be additional charges based on the investigation, police said.He is being held on $1 million bond, according to jail records. Attorney information was not immediately available.Police said Friday they have not yet identified a motive in the complex case, which involved at least eight different shooting incidents over the course of a 90-minute period Thursday morning throughout the West Valley, according to the Peoria Police Department, which is leading the investigation.The victims ranged in age from 19 to 56, police said. A 56-year-old man was fatally shot, and three other victims suffered...
    The family of the gunman who killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis on Thursday night is apologizing as more is being learned of the victims. Ex-employee Brandon Scott Hole, 19, has been identified by the police as the shooter who opened fire in the facility's parking lot and inside the building. Seven others were injured while more than 100 people worked inside, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said.  His family claims that they tried to get Hole help prior to Thursday's tragic shooting, for which no motive has yet been given. 'We are devastated at the loss of life caused as a result of Brandon’s actions; through the love of his family, we tried to get him the help he needed,' the family said on a statement to the Indianapolis Star on Saturday. 'Our sincerest and most heartfelt apologies go out to the victims of this senseless tragedy,' the statement continues. 'We are so sorry for the pain and hurt being felt by their families and the entire Indianapolis community.' Pictured: A body taken Friday from...
    Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe described himself as “honored” to accept Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam’s endorsement in his 2021 gubernatorial bid. However, McAuliffe previously called on Northam to resign following his 2019 blackface scandal. Northam served as lieutenant governor from 2014 to 2018, when McAuliffe was Virginia’s governor. Governor Northam has been leading Virginia through this crisis so he knows exactly what it’s going to take to rebuild from the pandemic: bold plans and tested leadership. I am honored to have his support. https://t.co/q7ktlLqFpB — Terry McAuliffe (@TerryMcAuliffe) April 8, 2021 “Terry’s strong record of delivering for Virginians is exactly why we need him as our next governor,” Northam said in a statement to the Associated Press. In response, McAuliffe tweeted that he was “honored to have his support.” The two later appeared together at an event at the Norfolk waterfront. Norfolk, VA. April 8, 2021. Go Big, Be Bold. Thank you, @RalphNortham! pic.twitter.com/AcI3PCsuHl — Terry McAuliffe (@TerryMcAuliffe) April 8, 2021 McAuliffe previously called on Northam to resign after a photograph on Northam’s medical school yearbook page...
    Former Tennessee Titans lineman Isaiah Wilson was reportedly arrested in January prior to his trade. According to BroadwaySportsMedia.com, the infamous NFL draft bust was arrested at gunpoint in Georgia after an alleged high-speed chase. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The incident report claims that Wilson was driving as fast as 140 miles-per-hour and didn’t stop as police chased him, according to the same BroadwaySportsMedia.com story. From @glennonsports: Prior to trade from #Titans, Isaiah Wilson was arrested at gunpoint in Georgia https://t.co/r11mdN9Wqh — Broadway Sports (@BroadwayTN) March 24, 2021 Eventually, his vehicle crashed and an undercover ICE agent held Wilson and a female at gunpoint until local police arrived at the scene. Police allegedly found weed and acid in the vehicle BroadwaySportsMedia.com reported that Wilson was charged with “fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer for a felony offense; speeding in a construction zone; reckless driving; marijuana possession of less than one ounce; possession and use of drug-related objects; and reckless conduct.” Wilson as eventually traded to the Dolphins, and Miami promptly cut...
    Washington apparently wanted no part of Alex Smith prior to his incredible comeback. Smith destroyed his leg during a 2018 game against the Texans, and many people thought he’d never play again. Well, according to him, his own team didn’t want to see him return. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) GRAPHIC WARNING! Oh, maaan. That’s a shocking injury for Alex Smith. Never like to see that???? #NFL #HOUvsWAS pic.twitter.com/0JWCFxlGNV — Michael Randall (@MickRandallHS) November 18, 2018 Smith told QG the following about the situation in a recent interview: They never thought I was coming back. No one there. I did all my rehab outside of the building…When I decided to come back, I definitely threw a wrench in the team’s plan. They didn’t see it, didn’t want me there, didn’t want me to be a part of it, didn’t want me to be on the team, the roster, didn’t want to give me a chance. Mind you, it was a whole new regime, they came in, I’m like the leftovers and I’m hurt...
    A man was shot and killed during a gun battle with NYPD officers in Queens this afternoon after allegedly opening fire on them as they tried to arrest him in connection to a quadruple shooting.   According to police and witness reports shared on the Citizen app, gunfire erupted at 12.30pm on Thursday at the intersection of 144th Avenue and 182nd Street in the Springfield Gardens section of Queens.   Two police officers with NYPD's Violent Felony Warrants Squad were seeking to arrest a suspect when he pulled out two guns and shot at them.  The Springfield Gardens section of Queens became the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Thursday afternoon  NYPD CSI Unit officers are pictured gathering evidence at the intersection of 144th Avenue and 182nd Street  Police were possibly responding to a domestic violence situation when they were involved in a confrontation  A white Audi is seen crashed into the back of a black Chevy SUV in the middle of the road at the scene of the shooting  The cops returned fire, striking the gun-toting man in...
    Jacob Blake, who was shot seven times in the back by a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was also tased twice prior to the shooting according to the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ). The incident began when officers received a call that Blake was at his girlfriend’s house and was not supposed to be there, according to the Wisconsin DOJ. Police then reportedly tried to arrest Blake, but were unsuccessful. Officer Rusten Sheskey tased Blake but it failed to stop him. Officer Vincent Arenas did so as well, also failing to stop Blake. Video shows Blake then walking around his car as the officers have their guns drawn. Blake opened the driver’s side door and leaned forward. At that point, Sheskey shot Blake in the back seven times. A Wisconsin police officer yesterday shot Jacob Blake 7 times in the back. His 3 children were in the car, watching their father being shot. This is America. On August 28th, we will be marching against police brutality in Washington, DC, demanding justice. pic.twitter.com/ibrPD66Y1t — Martin Luther King III (@OfficialMLK3) August 24, 2020...
    Trump defends gun-wielding St. Louis couple 22 chains including Walmart, Macys, and Gap will require customers to wear masks. Heres the full list. Alexander Gustafsson on sparring Fabricio Werdum years prior to UFC on ESPN 14: I beat him bad ABU DHABI – It appears there’s a bit of history between Alexander Gustafsson and Fabricio Werdum. © Provided by MMAJunkie Gustafsson (18-6 MMA, 10-6 UFC), the former three-time UFC light heavyweight title challenger, will move up to heavyweight to face former champion Werdum (23-9-1 MMA, 11-6 UFC) on Saturday at UFC on ESPN 14, which takes place at Flash Forum at Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, and airs on ESPN. Though Gustafsson is entering a new weight class, he’s already quite familiar with Werdum, he said. When asked about a sparring session in 2012 where Werdum claims he got the better Gustafsson, “The Mauler” set the record straight and revealed he actually got the better of the Brazilian, and even “broke his nose.” “We had a good sparring,” Gustafsson told reporters, including MMA Junkie, on Tuesday at UFC on...
    POTEET, Texas – Multiple former members of the Poteet City Council said they received no information about city administrator candidate Eric Jiminez’s criminal history prior to hiring him for the position in late 2017. Additionally, Poteet’s city secretary said late last month that a review of Jiminez’s personnel records revealed that there is no background check on file for him. The apparent lack of vetting of Poteet’s highest ranking employee comes as hours of video and audio evidence gathered by law enforcement against Jiminez has been made public. “I was screaming, ‘Eric don’t do this!‘”In late September 2016 Jiminez, at that time a lieutenant with the Seguin Police Department, contacted another supervisor and said he had been involved in an incident with his girlfriend at her home in Cibolo, according to a Texas Rangers report obtained by the KSAT 12 Defenders through an open records request. During the incident Jiminez had repeatedly used his department-issued stun gun to subdue the woman, the report states. Records show the woman, who KSAT 12 is not identifying because she is a victim of...
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