While they have built a reputation of regularly cleaning house, this last house cleaning, with relatively new ownership and a targeted head coach, and a new approach in the front office, seemed like one that they wanted to see through. "We don't want to be here (at 0-10). But we also think we're on the way to a much brighter future". But there's no quote from Brown that Jackson is safe, even if the Browns lose their next six games.
The 28-year-old confirmed that he and girlfriend Dee Devlin are expecting their first child together in May 2017. In doing so, he added the lightweight belt to his featherweight title and joined Hall of Famers BJ Penn and Randy Couture as a champion in two divisions.
Los Angeles is still in the hunt for a playoff berth, sitting at 4-5. With fellow rookie quarterbacks Dak Prescott (Dallas) and Carson Wentz (Philadelphia) already having a half-season of experience under their belts, Goff has stood idly by and watched veteran Case Keenum guide the Rams to an NFL-worst 15.4 points per game, 31st-ranked offense (308.0 yards) and 25th-ranked passing offense (225.4).
The Blues may also be able to lay claim to one of the cheapest teas in West London, charging fans a solitary pound for a brew. Inflation in the same period has been 5.2 per cent. The "most popular ticket" category has been introduced by the survey as a fairer way of measuring the true cost of watching football for most fans.
More than four out of five clubs provide free tickets to community groups, charities and others who would find it hard to attend matches, with around 84,000 tickets given away last season. The most expensive cup of tea in the study is £2.50 and five clubs charge it - Liverpool, Manchester United, Bristol City , Fulham and Rangers. Gillingham's £12 admission price is for the uncovered "Town End" but nobody else can match it, with a £15 ticket at Bolton the next best.
Mark Solomon, leader of South Island indigenous Maori Ngai Tahu tribe, which has tourism and fisheries businesses around Kaikoura , said the local marae (Maori meeting place) had received 1,000 people since Monday morning. The Defense Force had also accepted an offer of help from the Japanese military, he said. "So the building is at significant risk of collapse". Nally said the building was being renovated and was empty when the quake struck.