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2021年10月8日 Off

Fight breaks out at Browns-Bengals game, even with limited crowd

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  • Night net American Football Browns 夜网论坛 Bengals Football fans in Ohio sure are a passionate bunch.That much is evident after six stadium officials were needed to break up a fight during the Browns' 35-30 win over the Bengals on "Thursday Night Football" — a game in which Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine allowed only 6,000 attendees because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Browns only had 6K fans in their stadium last night...and people still managed to get into a fight 💀(via @Andrewgarson_) pic.twitter.com/sjQe9QCa7U— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) September 18, 2020MORE: Joe Burrow makes 0-2 Bengals big winners after loss to Baker Mayfield, BrownsCleveland took great pains to ensure that fans could attend Thursday's game, one of four that DeWine has allowed the public to attend this year (two for the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium and two for the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium). Those safeguards include: 6 feet of social distancingMask/face covering requirementsHealth screening, on-site temperature checks and health questionnaires for all staffEnhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocolsComprehensive hygiene protocolsExtensive training, signage and communicationAccou[......]

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    2021年10月8日 Off

    MetLife Stadium turf, explained: Why Night net players keep getting injured against Jets, Giants

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  • Night net Jets v Broncos Broncos Jets 夜网论坛 American Football You might call MetLife Stadium's hosting of the New York Jets and New York Giants "double trouble," but the only "double trouble" during Weeks 2 and 3 of the 2020 Night net season at MetLife Stadium was for the San Francisco 49ers. The Night net stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey has come under scrutiny due to a rash of injuries suffered by the 49ers on the field's turf in Week 2 when they played the Jets and again in Week 3 when they took on the Giants. San Francisco lost Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas to season-ending injuries while also seeing quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and running backs Tevin Coleman and Jerick McKinnon hurt. The 49ers even admitted that holding George Kittle out of Week 3 as he recovered from injury was due in part to the poor luck they'd had on the turf. The Night net has examined the field and found nothing wrong, though. Here's what we know about the last few weeks of the MetLife Stadium turf saga.MORE: Trevor Lawrence's 10 best Night net fits Turf woes hit 49ersThe 49ers[......]

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    2021年10月7日 Off

    Cole Beasley's rap album shows the other side of Bills wide receiver

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  • NFL Bills Chiefs Chiefs v Bills American Football Cole Beasley plays wide receiver like someone with good rhythm. Clean footwork and precise timing allow the diminutive wide receiver to almost always create separation from his defender. As it turns out, Beasley definitely has good rhythm.You see, in addition to Beasley's day job as Buffalo Bills slot receiver, he's also a professional rapper. He's not hard to find — no special nickname or moniker — just search "Cole Beasley" in your preferred music service and he'll pop right up. Beasley has his own record label, ColdNation Records, and he's already released one album with new singles coming out even as Buffalo makes its playoff push. Beasley's latest two singles, "Sometimes" and "Ghosts," both were released midweek between Bills playoff games in January."It's something this man truly loves to do," Dallas-area producer Victor "Phazz" Clark told ESPN in 2019. "He will 夜网论坛be the first NFL guy to really successfully cross over into the music world and really be big — like Shaquille O'Neal was back in the day."[......]

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    2021年10月6日 Off

    Brewers' Ryan Braun regrets 65-game ban, eager to move on

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  • MILWAUKEE — While Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun doesn't think he can ever stop apologizing, he's also ready for a new chapter in his baseball career.It's been a unique offseason for Braun, the 2011 NL MVP trying to make amends with fans and teammates following his 65-game suspension last year for violating Major League Baseball's anti-drug agreement. "I don't ever know if I could apologize e夜网论坛nough for what's occurred, you know? I just continue to move forward and obviously I'll be apologetic," Braun said Sunday morning before an appearance at Brewers On Deck, the team's annual offseason fan event.Save for one heckler, Braun received a relatively warm welcome. At one point, he got a standing ovation when introduced on stage for a "Hollywood Squares" type game show. "I wish I could go back and do things differently, but I can't. All I can do is move forward and make the best of the opportunities presented to me," Braun told reporters.The event at a downtown Milwaukee convention center was Braun's first major public appearance since his admission last year that he took performance-enhancing drugs and accepted his suspension in late July, abandoning claims he was innocent.Since then, Braun has kept in touch with management and teammates. He's made at least one low-key appearance for a charity, and spoke to the media the day before Thanksgiving at a food drive at Miller Park.Braun said he thinks he's called every suite holder and many season ticket holders, an[......]

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