The Republic also reported that Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a Republican who is in his own tough re-election fight, said Saturday was his seventh time standing with Trump. Except the Democratic nominee made a decision to stay put. Princeton historian Julian Zelizer said the toxicity of the campaign will be remembered not simply as a fluke wrought by Trump but as part of a trend.
Police also reportedly found an unspecified amount of marijuana and a gun in the vehicle. The Camden County Prosecutor's office is reportedly investigating whether or not Huff's gun was registered. In seven games this season, he has 13 catches, only 72 yards, as he's averaging just 5.5 yards per catch, and a touchdown. Huff's arrest comes at a time when the Eagles are rumored to be pursuing wide receivers before the trade deadline, which is at 4:00 p.m.
The Seahawks traded three draft picks - selections in the first, third and seventh rounds - for Harvin and gave him a six-year, $67 million deal in 2013. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the details of Harvin's contract with the Bills. Williams was taken to a hospital for evaluation but was later cleared to travel back to Buffalo with his team.
The emails were discovered as part of an investigation into former NY congressman Anthony Weiner , who is suspected of having sexually charged communications with a 15-year-old girl. "He might have taken the first step of actually having looked at them before he did this in the middle of a presidential campaign, so close to the voting", Podesta said on CNN's "State of the Union".
No player since 1962 has scored at least 40 in his team's first three games. Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors came away with a win against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, and it was met with a resounding "meh." James could organize team dinners, take the team to Tribe games - and everyone shows up.Despite blowing a 3-1 lead to the Cavs in The Finals, the Warriors did have real team chemistry in the last few years.
Wyatt also provided a statement from Titans general manager Jon Robinson. The 35-year old Tennessee Titans receiver chose to retire despite holding a meaningful role in the offense through the first five weeks, and delivering the TD catch in Detroit that secured the Titans' first win of the season.