Sources inside Redskins Park made clear that the team sat down with Swearinger multiple times to explain that the safety should not go to the media any more with criticisms about the team. You don't put Fabian in that situation with a backup quarterback... Swearinger had previously been warned not to sound off, so the fact that he did was an issue, and that's why his release was justified .
After the game, Mayfield expounded upon his philosophy and why he's so exuberant. The former No. 1 overall draft pick just had an epic stare down of Jackson, who was hired by the Bengals after getting fired by the Browns. "I am onto now the Ravens". Previously, Mayfield gave his old coach the cold shoulder after their first meeting this season, followed by calling Jackson "fake" under a post on social media.
The goal put Rangers a point behind Celtic at the top of the league. Rodgers & Co go into these games with a single point advantage over Rangers and are three and four points clear of Aberdeen and Kilmarnock respectively, with a game in hand over all three.
The Jets were on the wrong end of some close pass interference calls throughout the fourth quarter and overtime, including on the game-winning Green Bay drive. Rookie returner J'Mon Moore fumbled a kickoff which the Jets recovered, and the Packers also allowed NY to convert a fake punt and return a kick 99 yards for a touchdown.
Paul Merson has branded United's players "A JOKE" after they turned on the style to smash Cardiff 5-1 following Jose Mourinho's sacking . However, the Red Devils legend Gary Neville is reportedly not getting carried away by the heavy win over the Bluebirds, which was the first time United had scored five goals in a single match since Sir Alex Fergurson's last game in charge back in 2013.
Former batting great Sachin Tendulkar echoed opinions that the rating given to the Perth pitch wasn't right and that it shouldn't have been rated "average". India captain Virat Kohli noted before the match the pitch is "something we're very excited about". The match was an attritional one - every session saw countless shifts in momentum as both sides engaged in a serious power struggle on a green-tinged wicket that provided deadly bounce and, sometimes, no bounce at all.