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    A 31-year-old Kentucky man was charged with attempted murder after he stabbed a cop in the face while police were trying to arrest him for an outstanding warrant, according to a report. Harold Sanders Jr. was arrested for Attempted Murder of a Police Officer, Disorderly Conduct 2nd Degree, Resisting Arrest, and his outstanding warrant. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Authorities said Sanders became confrontational during the arrest, pulled out a knife and stabbed one of the arresting officers in the face. The cop’s injuries are not life-threatening.Frank Miles is a reporter and editor covering geopolitics, military, crime, technology and sports for FoxNews.com. His email is Frank.Miles@foxnews.com.
    COVID, hurricanes, wildfires, politics: 2020 is an American nightmare thats wearing us out Restaurants need to brace for 18 more months of extreme challenges — and the election is about to make things worse Week 2 NFL player props, best bets, picks, predictions: Expert says Miles Sanders goes over 81.5 total yards The Las Vegas Raiders will play the franchise's first game in Sin City when they host the New Orleans Saints at $2 billion Allegiant Stadium on Monday Night Football. Established in 1960 as the Oakland Raiders, the franchise called Oakland and Los Angeles home before relocating to Las Vegas beginning this season. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the game will be played without fans in attendance. There are...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders, Philadelphia 76ers center Kyle O’Quinn and Penn State head football coach James Franklin are among some of Pennsylvania’s most popular coaches, players and retired players urging people to vote by mail this November in a new ad. Eagles mascot Swoop also made an appearance. The video ends with the slogan “Democracy is a team sport.” It was made in partnership with Pennsylvania’s Department of State.
    Getty Miles Sanders of the Philadelphia Eagles The conversation for best backs in the NFL better start including Miles Sanders’ name. The Eagles feature back declared himself “100-percent, ready to go” for Sunday’s showdown against Los Angeles. That means no limitations for his injured hamstring, open up the whole playbook and “just let it loose.” Sanders is out to earn some respect and work toward his preseason goal of winning NFL MVP honors. “Honestly, personally, my main goal is just to get respect,” Sanders told reporters on Friday. “I want to be noticed as one of those top backs because I am, and I believe I will be. And that just comes with me just grinding every day,...
    Our Week 2 RB rankings are full of “questionable” backs dealing with injuries, as usual. James Conner’s mysterious Monday night ankle injury still has us doubting his Week 2 availability, and Phillip Lindsay could miss out, as well. Recent updates suggest Miles Sanders is trending toward being active, though, and so is Duke Johnson, so it’s not all bad for RBs this week. Of course, that might not make your fantasy start ’em, sit ’em decisions any easier.  For updates on key pass-catchers, such as Chris Godwin, Kenny Golladay, Courtland Sutton, DeVante Parker, and George Kittle, click here. For all the latest fantasy injury news and updates, check back here and on Twitter @SN_Fantasy.  WEEK 2 FANTASY: Sleepers | Busts | Start...
    James Conner’s injuries frustrated fantasy owners for most of last season, and it looks like the injury bug has returned in 2020. Benny Snell Jr. shone in his absence and will be a popular waiver wire target. That’s not the only RB injury we’re watching heading into Week 2 – Phillip Lindsay was also hurt Monday night, and the Eagles’ backfield has both Miles Sanders and Boston Scott with some question marks heading into a matchup with the Rams. Impacts on players like Melvin Gordon and Corey Clement could mean changes in our running back rankings as the week goes on and we hear more news on these injuries. For all the latest fantasy injury news and updates, check back...
    Harry Styles Joins the Cast of Olivia Wildes Dont Worry Darling - See Who Else Is on Board New Master Suite: Worth the Investment? NFL injury report: Miles Sanders out, Mike Evans upgraded to questionable, Courtland Sutton questionable Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season has arrived, and there are already plenty of big injuries with Miles Sanders, Mike Evans and Courtland Sutton all landing on the injury report. © Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports If Courtland Sutton is inactive, rookie Jerry Jeudy will step in as Denver’s No. 1 receiver and will be a great play in fantasy. While the NFL came out of training camp with most of its stars healthy, we’ve seen quite a few players...
    Getty Boston Scott #35 of the Philadelphia Eagles. Operating again Miles Sanders has been lauded as a probable breakout fantasy soccer candidate all offseason. Nonetheless, his quest to take action must wait not less than yet another week because the Philadelphia Eagles’ second-year again has been dominated out for Week 1’s recreation towards Washington with a hamstring damage. With Sanders on the mend, the Birds will flip over their backfield to backup Boston Scott, ought to your fantasy workforce do the identical? Comply with the Heavy on Fantasy Fb web page for all the most recent rankings, updates, & perception!Boston Scott’s Fantasy Outlook vs. WashingtonRegardless of his diminutive 5-foot-6-inch, 203-pound body, Boston Scott isn’t any stranger...
    Getty Boston Scott #35 of the Philadelphia Eagles. Running back Miles Sanders has been lauded as a likely breakout fantasy football candidate all offseason. However, his quest to do so will have to wait at least one more week as the Philadelphia Eagles’ second-year back has been ruled out for Week 1’s game against Washington with a hamstring injury. With Sanders on the mend, the Birds will turn over their backfield to backup Boston Scott, should your fantasy team do the same? Follow the Heavy on Fantasy Facebook page for all the latest rankings, updates, & insight! Boston Scott’s Fantasy Outlook vs. Washington Despite his diminutive 5-foot-6-inch, 203-pound frame, Boston Scott is no stranger to carrying a large workload for...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Eagles will be without two starters for their opener Sunday. The Eagles announced Saturday RB Miles Sanders and DE Derek Barnett are out against Washington. Both Sanders and Barnett are dealing with hamstring injuries. They were originally listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report but were downgraded to out Saturday. They won’t travel to Washington. Game Status Update: DE Derek Barnett and RB Miles Sanders have been ruled out for tomorrows game in Washington and will not travel. https://t.co/BEc4RLzr1x — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) September 12, 2020 In his rookie season last year, the 23-year-old Sanders ran for 818 yards and three touchdowns in 16 games (11 starts). He also caught 50 balls for 509...
    Getty Eagles RB Miles Sanders struggled in his rookie debut Miles Sanders won’t be making the trip from Philadelphia to Washington. Neither will Derek Barnett. Both starters were ruled out for the Eagles’ season opener, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Sanders has been dealing with a hamstring issue since Aug. 19. Ditto for Barnett. The team had been downplaying the severity of each player’s injury since training camp started. Huge losses on both side of the ball. Source: Eagles’ RB Miles Sanders will not make the trip to Washington and, due to a hamstring injury that had him listed as questionable, is out for Sunday’s opener against the Washington Football Team. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 12, 2020...
    When the Eagles take on Washington this Sunday, they’ll unfortunately be without speedster Miles Sanders There are some monster expectations for running back Miles Sanders with the Philadelphia Eagles this season. However, things will be put on a brief hold for him. This week, Sanders has been trying to battle through a nagging hamstring injury to get himself ready for the Week 1 showdown against the Washington football team. However, it was announced on Saturday afternoon that he won’t be suiting up and won’t even be traveling with the team so he can stay in Philly and focus on his recovery. Source: Eagles’ RB Miles Sanders will not make the trip to Washington and, due to a hamstring injury that...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH/PHILADELPHIA (KDKA) — Philadelphia Eagles Running Back Miles Sanders is donning a helmet with Antwon Rose II’s name on the back it for the Eagles’ season opener on Sunday, according to a USA Today report. (Photo Credit: Miles Sanders/Instagram) Sanders posted a photo of the helmet to Instagram on Friday. Sanders grew up in Pittsburgh and attended Woodland Hills School District, the same school district Rose II attended. However, Sanders’ game status is questionable due to a hamstring injury. Stay up to date with the KDKA app, which you can download here.
    Week 1 is finally here, and what would an NFL week be without checking in on running back injuries. Fantasy owners who are counting on Miles Sanders or David Montgomery could be in luck, though, as there’s more optimism about their respective injury situations than there was early in camp. And if Devine Ozigbo was a waiver pickup or late-round sleeper for you, he has already let you down and handed the backfield in Jacksonville over to James Robinson, one of our Week 1 RB sleepers. (At least that’s one start ’em, sit ’em decision that’s a little easier now, right?) For updates on injured WRs Mike Evans, Deebo Samuel, and more, click here. For the latest fantasy injury news...
    NEW YORK (AP) — A magnitude 3.1 earthquake struck in East Freehold, New Jersey, early Wednesday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. Residents took to social media to express their shock at the rare occurrence. Hundreds of people as far away as Philadelphia and Long Island, New York, contributed to the USGS’ “Did You Feel It?” map, reporting only weak or light shaking and no damage. “It would be very surprising for us to see anything more than you know, damaged shelves or picture frames falling off of windows,” said Robert Sanders, a geophysicist with the survey. The USGS said the earthquake happened about 2 a.m. and was centered 1.25 miles (2 kilometers) south, southeast of the center of East...
    EAST FREEHOLD, N.J. (AP) — A magnitude 3.1 earthquake struck in East Freehold, New Jersey, early Wednesday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. Residents took to social media to express their shock at the rare occurrence. Wow…yes I felt it. #earthquake #newjersey pic.twitter.com/aqgbu4PAr2 — Celeste Carrasco (@CELESTECARRASC0) September 9, 2020 there was an earthquake……in new jersey……… — winnie the pooh⁷ (@mvgicshopp) September 9, 2020 so the west coast is burning and new jersey had an earthquake? k. #apocalyptic — Allegra (@_allegranicole) September 9, 2020 Earthquake in New Jersey. — LEX (@lexee4_) September 9, 2020 I really thought the earthquake was Philadelphia being nuked ???????? — erica ???? (@golddvstwoman) September 9, 2020 Hundreds of people...
    Week 1 of the NFL season is finally here, and that means it’s time for fantasy football owners to really start worrying about injuries. Now it’s not just about drafting for the whole season — it’s about making your Week 1 start ’em, sit ’em decisions. So, if you have Miles Sanders, David Montgomery, D’Andre Swift, Deebo Samuel or Mike Williams, there’s some cause for concern. Fortunately, we have the latest injury updates and news to try and make the most informed start-sit decisions.  For the latest fantasy injury news and updates, check back here and on Twitter @SN_Fantasy.  DOMINATE YOUR DRAFT: Ultimate 2020 cheat sheet Miles Sanders injury update Reports coming out of Eagles camp have been a...
    In case you haven’t been paying attention to the calendar, kickoff for Week 1 of the NFL season is less than two weeks away. Mind-numbing, isn’t it? That means time is running out for your fantasy football draft prep. Keeping a close watch on the daily news is paramount for you – research as many site rankings and/or draft room Average Draft Position (ADP), because they haven’t had enough time to correct themselves and reflect what is happening in drafts right now. Good thing you’ve got this Stock Watch. Here’s what’s going on right now, with a lot of RBs dominating this week’s report. MORE FROM FANTASY ALARM: Draft Guide | Ultimate NFL Package Ryquell Armstead, Devine Ogizbo stock rising The release...
    Miles Sanders shared running duties with Jordan Howard last season and still led all rookies in scrimmage yards, setting a Philadelphia Eagles franchise record in the category. He’ll be the go-to guy in the backfield this year. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Sanders had 818 yards rushing and three touchdowns and caught 50 passes for 509 yards and three TDs for the NFC East champions. After Howard left for Miami in free agency, the Eagles didn’t add a veteran back. The coaches believe they could lean on Sanders with Corey Clement and Boston Scott playing complementary roles. “Miles can do it all,” assistant head coach Duce Staley said. “And when you have a guy like Miles that...
    Getty Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette Leonard Fournette is formally a free agent after the Jaguars kicked him to the curb. Actually. Jacksonville head coach Doug Marrone claimed the workforce tried to commerce their disgruntled working again however there was no market. The Jaguars couldn’t get “something” for Fournette, not “a fifth, a sixth, something.” There are actually mounting considerations about his perspective, perhaps as a “locker room most cancers,” and rumors that he desires a profitable long-term contract extension. Nicely, the previous fourth total choose from 2017 and his 2,631 dashing yards in 36 video games ought to be a classy identify to signal someplace. A change of surroundings would possibly...
    Getty Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette Leonard Fournette is officially a free agent after the Jaguars kicked him to the curb. Literally. Jacksonville head coach Doug Marrone claimed the team tried to trade their disgruntled running back but there was no market. The Jaguars couldn’t get “anything” for Fournette, not “a fifth, a sixth, anything.” There are now mounting concerns about his attitude, maybe as a “locker room cancer,” and rumors that he wants a lucrative long-term contract extension. Well, the former fourth overall pick from 2017 and his 2,631 rushing yards in 36 games should be a trendy name to sign somewhere. A change of scenery might do the 25-year-old a world of good, to re-energize and...
    No position is more prone to busts than running backs. Between injury, poor performance, workload and now COVID, there are any number of factors that can work against even the highest of picks to undermine their fantasy output. Because injuries are difficult to forecast among stalwart running backs (look at Saquon Barkley last season), it is best to look at performance history, coaching tendencies, backfield competition or a combination of those factors when determining potential workload. In an earlier piece we discussed our dislike of the high draft status of Clyde Edwards-Helaire, the poster boy for our no-offseason COVID worries regarding RB usage, so let’s focus on others. One coaching tendency that sticks out, among RBs being taken in the...
    No position is more prone to busts than running backs. Between injury, poor performance, workload and now COVID, there are any number of factors that can work against even the highest of picks to undermine their fantasy output. Because injuries are difficult to forecast among stalwart running backs (look at Saquon Barkley last season), it is best to look at performance history, coaching tendencies, backfield competition or a combination of those factors when determining potential workload. In an earlier piece we discussed our dislike of the high draft status of Clyde Edwards-Helaire, the poster boy for our no-offseason COVID worries regarding RB usage, so let’s focus on others. One coaching tendency that sticks out, among RBs being taken in the...
    PHILADELPHIA — Eagles managing back Miles Sanders is week-to-week with a lower-body personal injury, the staff introduced. The early indicator is that the harm is not severe and that the group is trying to be smart and careful, with the priority of obtaining Sanders prepared for the time. “He will be all set to engage in,” a supply claimed. Sanders, 23, set team data for scrimmage yards (1,327) and hurrying yards (818) by a rookie though ending eighth in the NFL in all-goal yards (1,641) last season. He did all of that irrespective of commencing the year as the No. 2 driving Jordan Howard and actively playing 53% of the offensive snaps. 1 Linked The Eagles...
    Getty Rookie Miles Sanders is ready to take the NFL by storm. Even if the reports indicate it’s not a serious ailment, it’s still alarming to see Miles Sanders’ name on the Eagles’ injury report. The Eagles endured a light walk-though-style practice on Wednesday as a slow drizzle dampened the field in South Philly. Sanders was listed out with a lower-body injury and the running back is considered week-to-week. He was joined by tight end Dallas Goedert (upper body), cornerback Sidney Jones (upper body), running back Boston Scott (lower body) and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox who had a planned “maintenance” day off. According to The Athletic‘s Zach Berman, the Eagles aren’t concerned about Sanders’ injury as the team...
    Getty Eagles RB Boston Scott ran for three touchdowns as the Eagles clinched the NFC East on Sunday afternoon in New Jersey. Much of the talk this summer has centered on the Eagles’ new receivers. Maybe the attention should be in the backfield. It seems like Miles Sanders’ name gets brought up in every single conversation regarding the offense, from coaches to teammates to fantasy football owners. There has also been considerable hype surrounding Boston Scott and “Super Bowl Corey” Clement in recent days. After the first day of “live” padded practices, Carson Wentz talked at length about the “versatility” his running backs bring to the table. Their ability to create mismatches in the passing game could be...
    Getty Eagles center Jason Kelce sees an incredibly motivated Carson Wentz. Jason Kelce noticed Carson Wentz’s bulked-up physique in a slightly different way than most people did. The Eagles All-Pro center referred to it as “dad weight” and thinks the quarterback added some pounds to prevent injury. Two years removed from a fractured back — and three years after a season-ending left knee injury — Wentz put an emphasis on taking better care of his body in the offseason. Kelce was quick to comically comment on the extra padding. “He’s got some dad weight going on, which I’m sure will be very good for injury prevention,” Kelce told reporters on Tuesday, “and I think that it looks a...
    MEMPHIS, TN (WREG) — A Michigan man is making the trip of a lifetime and paddling more than 2,000 miles down the Mississippi River. Nate Denofre has been paddling in his 17-foot canoe along the Mississippi River with only his wife, Christa, and his dog, Marci, for the past 90 days as they work their way to the gulf coast. He’s not only making history, but he’s also defying all the odds against him. “The river doesn’t judge you for what you look like; it judges you for what you accomplish,” Denofre said. “It’s pure.” Denofre is embarking on a journey many are too afraid to go on. Starting at the tip of the Mississippi River at Lake Itaska in...
    Getty Eagles RB Miles Sanders Regrets? Miles Sanders had just a few coming off his record-setting rookie marketing campaign in Philadelphia. The second-year operating again out of Penn State advised reporters on Sunday that he was upset about not profitable Rookie of the 12 months. Sanders felt he “may have been within the dialog” and he’ll use that as motivation as he steps into the characteristic again function for the Eagles this yr. “Undoubtedly needed to win Rookie of the 12 months, positively thought I may have been within the dialog for Rookie of the 12 months,” Sanders stated. “However that simply places a much bigger chip on my shoulder however I...
    Getty Eagles RB Miles Sanders Regrets? Miles Sanders had a few coming off his record-setting rookie campaign in Philadelphia. The second-year running back out of Penn State told reporters on Sunday that he was disappointed about not winning Rookie of the Year. Sanders felt he “could have been in the conversation” and he’ll use that as motivation as he steps into the feature back role for the Eagles this year. “Definitely wanted to win Rookie of the Year, definitely thought I could have been in the conversation for Rookie of the Year,” Sanders said. “But that just puts a bigger chip on my shoulder but I don’t really think about it too much. That was last year. I...
    Miles Sanders, Philadelphia Eagles. (Photo by Kyle Ross/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Don’t overlook Miles Sanders as he enters year two of his NFL career.  The Philadelphia Eagles took Miles Sanders in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft and he continued the tradition of Penn State running backs getting drafted high. Sanders didn’t get to have the rookie campaign that he’d have liked due to having to split time in the Eagles backfield with Jordan Howard, but it was still a very impressive season for the Penn State product. Miles Sanders showed the Eagles why he merited that second-round pick in all 16 regular-season games, with 11 of those being starts. He rushed for 818 yards and three...
    Getty Duce Staley has been the associate head and running backs coach in Philadelphia for a few years. Silence all that noise about the Eagles adding a veteran running back, or needing to limit Miles Sanders touches. Eagles assistant head coach Duce Staley knows he has his bellcow on the roster. Staley, who oversees the running backs room, told reporters on Friday that he believes Sanders is fully capable of carrying the load out of the backfield in 2020. There had been persistent rumors, including some coming straight from head coach Doug Pederson, that Philly was in the market for another back — a thunder to Sanders’ lighting, much like the Eagles tried last year with Jordan Howard....
    EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY - DECEMBER 29: Running Back Miles Sanders #26 of the Philadelphia Eagles has a long gain against the New York Giants in the rain in the first half at MetLife Stadium on December 29, 2019 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Al Pereira/Getty Images) Miles Sanders is someone to watch in year two for the Philadelphia Eagles. Miles Sanders was a workhorse for the Philadelphia Eagles offense in the backfield in 2019. He was selected with 53rd  pick in the second round of last year’s draft and became a viable asset in both the running and passing game. He carried the ball 179 times for 818 yards (4.6 yards per carry) and found the end...
    Getty Philadelphia Eagles Operating again Miles Sanders. (Picture by Patrick Smith/Getty Pictures) Miles Sanders is about to be the function again in Philadelphia this 12 months. He’s additionally upping his management off the sphere. Sanders, who led all rookies with 1,641 all-purpose yards in 2019, took outing from his coaching on Tuesday to answer to President Donald Trump’s diatribe on nationwide anthem protests. The second-year working again out of Penn State stated “suppose we care” in response to Trump calling kneeling a “signal of nice disrespect.” The tweetstorm appeared to be prompted by a number of baseball gamers demonstrating through the taking part in of the “Star-Spangled Banner” previous to first pitch....
    Getty Philadelphia Eagles Running back Miles Sanders. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Miles Sanders is set to be the feature back in Philadelphia this year. He’s also upping his leadership off the field. Sanders, who led all rookies with 1,641 all-purpose yards in 2019, took time out from his training on Tuesday to reply to President Donald Trump’s diatribe on national anthem protests. The second-year running back out of Penn State said “think we care” in response to Trump calling kneeling a “sign of great disrespect.” The tweetstorm seemed to be prompted by several baseball players demonstrating during the playing of the “Star-Spangled Banner” prior to first pitch. Think we care
    Getty Eagles RB Miles Sanders The Philadelphia Eagles have a need … a need for speed. And two skill players are showing that need off in Florida. Miles Sanders and DeSean Jackson are down in Tampa working out together and posting videos of their training sessions. In one particular video, the two men line up next to each other and sprint 40 yards down the football field. Jackson, considered one of the fastest guys in the NFL, surprisingly gets beat in the foot race. Sanders reached 20.9 miles per hour on the gun while Jackson clocked in at 20.4 miles per hour. Miles Sanders has joined DeSean Jackson in Tampa for workouts Who wins in a race?...
    Getty Eagles RB Boston Scott gathered 156 all-purpose yards on Monday night time versus New York. The Eagles will probably make use of a backfield-by-committee method in 2020. However one operating again plans to take advantage of his restricted snaps. Boston Scott just lately instructed NBC Sports activities Philadelphia that he needs to be the group’s Offensive MVP in 2020. That ranked on the prime of his objectives for the upcoming seasons, together with staying wholesome and accessible for a full 16-game schedule. “I need to be the Offensive MVP. I need to deliver that to my group,” Scott instructed the Eagle Eye podcast. “These are objectives that I need to accomplish....
    Getty Eagles RB Boston Scott accumulated 156 all-purpose yards on Monday night versus New York. The Eagles will likely employ a backfield-by-committee approach in 2020. But one running back plans to make the most of his limited snaps. Boston Scott recently told NBC Sports Philadelphia that he wants to be the team’s Offensive MVP in 2020. That ranked at the top of his goals for the upcoming seasons, along with staying healthy and available for a full 16-game schedule. “I want to be the Offensive MVP. I want to bring that to my team,” Scott told the Eagle Eye podcast. “Those are goals that I want to accomplish. I want to be in the league for 10 years....
    Getty The Seahawks have reportedly shown an interest in Carlos Hyde. Let’s end the talk about the Eagles adding a veteran running back. They had a chance to get one and he slipped through their fingers. Philadelphia was reportedly in the mix to sign Carlos Hyde in free agency but the asking price was too high and GM Howie Roseman wouldn’t up his offer. Instead, the 1,000-yard rusher inked a one-year deal worth an estimated $4 million with the Seattle Seahawks. The Eagles wouldn’t budge from their $1 million limit. While the team has been linked to Devonta Freeman and LeSean McCoy in recent weeks, no deal has been finalized and talks have simmered down. The Eagles brought...