The Panthers started its investigation Friday, and informed the league of the probe the same day. It remains to be seen exactly how this will impact the investigation. "We have work to do to achieve this goal, but we are going to meet it", Drummond said in a statement. Neither the Panthers nor the National Football League has provided any details on the specific nature of the allegations against Richardson.
The former 155-pound champion beat up and dominated another former champion in Robbie Lawler on Saturday night at UFC Fight Night Winnipeg, earning a unanimous decision victory (50-45, 50-45, 50-45). As far as entertaining any other fights, dos Anjos prefers to wait for Woodley and he has no interest in even addressing a comment from No. 3 ranked contender Colby Covington on Twitter where he called the Brazilian a "filthy animal" following his win.
The Jurgen Klopp's men will be playing away at Arsenal this Friday before hosting Swansea City on Boxing Day, while Bournemouth will face Chelsea next in a Carabao Cup quarter-final clash. Klopp made three change from the side that drew 0-0 with West Brom earlier this week. While there was lots for those Liverpool fans watching the game on Sky Sports to be pleased about, plenty of them made it known that they were far from happy with Martin Tyler's commentary on the game.
A Zane Gonzalez 45-yard field goal, which was set up by a Corey Coleman 16-yard catch with two seconds remaining in the half, made the score 17-10 at the half. Nose tackle Brandon Williams fell on it for the Ravens' sixth defensive touchdown of the season. The 96-yard TD drive was the longest for the Cleveland since a 98-yard TD drive in 2010 against Kansas City according to ProFootballReference.com.
The Glasgow club lost 4-0 at Hearts in the Scottish Premiership for its first defeat in any domestic competition since May 11, 2016 - a period of 585 days. And any slim hope of a Celtic fightback was extinguished when goalkeeper Craig Gordon brought down Ross Callachan, Milinkovic burying the penalty for his second of the day.
Southampton will travel to Premier League champions Chelsea on Saturday afternoon and Mauricio Pellegrino will have been boosted by the news that he has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the test. Sometimes I can be too honest, but I like to speak very honest with my players with our fans also. "This league is very hard and every game you have to put 120 per cent of yourself, otherwise you risk to lose or draw and to drop points".