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    Getty Several New York Jets players celebrating after a boneheaded play by the Cincinnati Bengals. The 2021 season has been (and will be) an incredibly pivotal year for New York Jets defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. After this campaign, Gang Green must decide on his fifth-year option (they will accept it) and more importantly he’ll be eligible for a contract extension for the first time in his career. The results have been really good through the first 10 games of the season, but they could be even better. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Very Impressive to Say the Least Play 2019 NFL Draft: Quinnen Williams' journey to fulfill his mother’s last wish | NFL on ESPNAlabama's Quinnen Williams speaks on his bond with his mother, who died of breast cancer, and his journey to accomplish the one last task she gave him in the moments before she passed: to take care of his family. ✔ Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: es.pn/SUBSCRIBEtoYOUTUBE ✔...
    THE WIFE of a hero dad who sacrificed his life to save a toddler, held captive by a footballer, has paid tribute to her "generous, cheeky husband." Richard Woodcock, 38, was found dead in Odichukumma Kelvin Igweani's flat in Milton Keynes, Bucks, last Saturday. 14Hero dad Richard Woodcock, 38, was found dead in Odichukumma Kelvin Igweani's flat in Milton KeynesCredit: PA 14Kelvin Igweani was tasered and killed by police last monthCredit: BV Westfalia Wickede 14The footballer played for lower league teams in GermanyCredit: Twitter Igweani, 24, was shot four times by police last week after a taser they used to stun him failed to floor him. Mr Woodcock, a 38-year-old council highways officer, is said to have raced to help after hearing screams during a domestic dispute at the first floor property. The footballer is suspected of killing neighbour Woodcock, whose body was found on the floor of his flat. Armed cops then stormed the apartment after neighbours reported a “horrible commotion” inside. Officers found Igweani holding the seriously injured two-year-old boy captive in the bedroom. 'IMMENSELY PROUD' Igweani, known...
    A DRUG dealer was caught after cops tracked down his fingerprints from a phone photo of him holding a block of stinky CHEESE. Carl Stewart had shared the photograph on his encrypted device he used to supply drugs - with clever cops managing to analyse his prints. 2Carl Stewart was sentenced to 13 years and six months in prisonCredit: merseyside.police.uk He's the latest criminal to be jailed in connection with an international operation targeting those using a mobile encryption service to dodge detection. Stewart used the handle ‘Toffeeforce’ on EncroChat and supplied large amounts of class A and B drugs, revealed Merseyside Police. Sharing the photograph, Merseyside cops said it was "his love of Stilton" which bizarrely led to his arrest. They say he was identified after sharing an image of a chunk of M&S cheese in the palm of his hand, from which his fingerprints were later analysed by experts.  The 39-year-old, of Liverpool, was sentenced to 13 years and six months in prison at the city's Crown Court earlier today. He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine,...
    A man caught on surveillance camera snatching a gun from a shopper at a convenience store in Detroit and then aiming a different weapon at him before fleeing has been arrested for shooting another man in a separate incident. Video footage released by the Detroit Police Department shows a suspect in a red hooded sweatshirt entering a convenience store at the BP gas station at West Seven Mile Road and Wyoming Avenue on January 28. The suspect notices a 53-year-old man standing at a nearby counter with his back turned while speaking to the cashier. Within seconds, the suspect grabs a gun from the man’s pocket, WDIV-TV reported. The man appears to take a few steps toward the suspect, who then points a different gun at the man’s face. Detroit police said that the man seen in the red Nike hooded sweatshirt during a robbery at a gas station convenience store on January 28 has been arrested for a shooting unrelated to this incident The suspect is seen above reaching for a gun inside the pocket of a 53-year-old...
    Bradley Cortright February 10, 2021 0 Comments House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) is encouraging senators to vote to convict former President Donald Trump and bar him from holding future office. Schiff was asked during an appearance on CNN on Tuesday night what he would like the Republican senators to know about how they vote on whether or not to convict Trump. “You know, the job is just not that important. If the worry here is losing a primary election, there are worse things in the world. And to me, the worst thing in the world is not to do your constitutional duty,” Schiff said. He went on to warn that if the Senate votes to acquit Trump, the former president could incite violence again. “If they don’t disqualify this president after committing the most egregious constitutional crime in history, and he runs again, we will fully have to expect he will cheat, he will lie, and he will incite again and put this country through hell again,” he said. Watch the video below: "If they dont...
    (CNN)It is common that many politicians grow more popular once they leave office. That has not been the case for former President Donald Trump. On the eve of his impeachment trial in front of the Senate, new polling reveals that more Americans want him convicted than at any point during his first impeachment trial a year ago. More amazingly, more want Trump barred from holding national office ever again than had even an unfavorable rating of any president after one term in office. A new ABC News/Ipsos poll released Sunday shows that 56% of Americans are in favor of the Senate convicting Trump and barring him from holding federal office in the future. Just 43% are opposed to such an action. This is merely the latest poll to find a clear plurality for such a measure, even after Trump left office. A Monmouth University poll taken at the end of January indicated that 57% wanted him barred from holding federal office and 52% wanted him convicted by the Senate. Read MoreEvery single poll over the last month that I could...
    This is the amusing moment a cat’s ‘jailbreaking’ mission was sabotaged by his naughty furry friend. Mi Bu, a British shorthair living in south China’s Guizhou province, is filmed struggling to climb over a pet gate while being held down by his buddy, a Shiba Inu called Mi Yuan. Mr Wu, the owner who captured the scene, told MailOnline that his pair of pets had a love-and-hate friendship as they loved playing together but also annoyed each other sometimes.
    Lead impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) said Monday on MSNBC’s “All In” that the point of impeachment was to “protect the Republic” from former President Donald Trump and prevent him from holding federal office in the future. Raskin said, “We intend to show the worst presidential crime against the Republic in American history. The violence was terrifying and overwhelming. Five people died, police officer hit over the head with a fire extinguisher, police officers beat up, grabbed, pushed, shoved, jostled.” He continued, “Wednesday, January 6 was not some random arbitrary day chosen by the president and the organizers of this rally. This was the day that Congress met in joint session, the House and the Senate, to count the Electoral College votes that had been certified by 50 states and the District of Columbia, so this was the very last step in the ratification of the popular vote which meant more than 7 million votes for the Biden/Harris ticket and the Electoral College vote which was 306-232, the exact margin exactly that Trump had won by in 2016 which he...
    TERRIFYING surveillance footage shows the moment a FedEx driver was shot by a gunman as he walked out of a New York City apartment building on Monday. The 44-year-old delivery service driver was delivering packages to a building within Brooklyn's Van Dyke housing projects in Brownsville. 7Surveillance footage released on Tuesday showed the moment a FedEx driver was shot by a gunman in New York CityCredit: @NYPDDetectives He was hit at around 11:15am as he exited 395 Livonia Ave in what appears to be a targeted attack captured in the clip released by the NYPD on Tuesday. In the footage tweeted by NYPD chief Rodney Harrison, the gunman is seen holding the door for a woman and the FedEx driver. The victim is then shown walking out of the building a few minutes later with his head down and looking at what appears to be a phone. Moments later, the shooter pulls out the weapon and points the gun at the driver and fires a shot in close range at the victim's back. 7The gunman is seen opening the door...
    The Trump administration is facing criticism for an event held on the White House South Lawn for the Republican National Convention this week. But rather than being worried about the political and legal ramifications for the event, Donald Trump is reportedly relishing in the fact that he was able to hold the rally and there was nothing that anyone could do about it. Aides familiar with the situation spoke with the New York Times anonymously so that the could discuss internal conversations. They told the news outlet that Trump was happy about the way the rally came together, despite the backlash. “Mr. Trump’s aides said he enjoyed the frustration and anger he caused by holding a political event on the South Lawn of the White House, shattering conventional norms and raising questions about ethics law violations. He relished the fact that no one could do anything to stop him,” the Times wrote. The convention, which was also criticized for its lack of facial coverings and social distancing, was assembled by Tony Sayegh, an adviser to Trump, Max Miller, a deputy...
    A Connecticut fisherman trapped in the entrance to a sluice pipe after falling into the water while crabbing was rescued by police after his wife managed to hold onto him while calling 911 using Siri, dramatic video shows. Footage released by the Guilford Police Department (GPD) shows officers lifting the man out of the raging waters in the early morning hours of Wednesday using rope. Officers responded to a 911 call from an area near 200 Leetes Island Road in Guildford, a small coastal town about 15 miles east of New Haven. A woman told police that her husband fell into the water while crabbing and that he was stuck in the entrance of a sluice pipe that runs underneath a roadway. Police in Guildford, Connecticut, rescued a fisherman who was in danger of being sucked into a sluice pipe early Wednesday morning The man had been crabbing in the area and fell as the tides and currents became stronger The man's wife held onto him while she called police using the voice-activated Siri feature on her...
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