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Tuesday’s “first call” presented the Cowboys defender’s situation this week as the Steelers prepared for a trip to Dallas.
Team Raven made history in the defeat to Steelers Sunday. John Harbaugh is defending his team’s coronavirus practice.
And Antonio Brown̵7;s legal team is working overtime ahead of his Tampa Bay Buccaneers debut.
Dalton or DiNucci?
Steelers are ready for Sunday’s match in Dallas. And Cowboys is still not sure who will be their full-back.
Former Pine-Richland defender Ben DiNucci played in the center of the game as the team lost to Philadelphia Eagles Sunday. He started for Andy Dalton, who was concussed by former Steelers defender Jon Bostic two weeks ago in Washington.
And, according to Jon Machota of The Athletic, Dalton has yet to erase the concussion ritual.
Mike McCarthy said there were no major injuries to announce leaving last night’s match.
He said Andy Dalton has not officially deleted the concussion protocol. Cowboys hope that happens soon and Dalton will kick off on Sunday
– Jon Machota (onjonmachota) November 2, 2020
DiNucci is 21 out of 40 for 180 meters. He was fired four times, and he didn’t throw any touches. Former Pitt Panther did not make any interceptions. But he stumbled twice on the road to lose 23-9.
Make history fail
Although the Steelers beat the Baltimore Ravens 28-24 Sunday, but Raven has made history.
In Mark Ingram’s absence, Ravens had a massive historic balance strike with Lamar Jackson, JK Dobbins & Gus Edwards.
Baltimore became the first team to have three players with more than 15 attempts to leap in a game since the 1981 Bears (Walter Payton, Matt Suhey & Willie McClendon), according to Elias.
– Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) November 2, 2020
And according to CBS, on Sunday, Raven had been the first team at least since 1950, both overcoming their opponents by more than 200 meters and outperforming them and losing.
So, better to say, the Steelers made history by offsetting Raven’s history.
Former Steeler Antonio Brown is trying to pull out the civil lawsuit he is facing.
Why? Because, believe it or not, it’s good for his career.
A delay of the hearing date will ensure no cases are resolved until the end of the NFL season. Without continuity, harmful court testimony (including any sworn admission) could jeopardize his play (and work) status with the Bucs.
– Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) November 3, 2020
As ProFootballTalk.com points out, “obviously he wanted the trial date to be delayed. While the requirement may arise entirely from the intersection of the pandemic and legal system, any delay after the end of the NFL season is in Brown’s favor. “
Right now, Brown is watching for Sunday against New Orleans Saints. And believe he was reporting to Tampa Bay in excellent condition.
No surprises. Brown’s dedication to fitness was never an issue. His dedication to the team, the league and the rules of the city often matters.
His bucs may need help. They barely beat the struggling New York Giants 25-23 on “Monday Night Football”.
Harbaugh on Humphrey
Baltimore Ravens manager John Harbaugh is defending corner-back Marlon Humphrey – and his rest of the players – after diagnosing coronavirus Humphrey.
He asserted that his team was not lax in implementing the protocol before they lost to the Steelers. And that Humphrey tested positive for covid-19 before the Steelers game simply because, it was a pandemic and he was positive.
Not because he broke the rules.
“Our guys did a great job of that. If we had people acting irresponsibly, we’d get over it all.” pic.twitter.com/Kq9BZzuf9L
– Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 2, 2020
AGREE. I buy that. I do.
What I wonder is how does a guy who shows signs of illness get home on Wednesdays. Then, presumably, test negative on Thursday and Friday and play on Sunday… without giving a positive result until the result is back on Monday.
What I wonder is not how did Humphrey get sick. That’s how the doctors let that happen, or the test doesn’t find out sooner.
Tim Benz is a writer of Tribune-Review. You can contact Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter. All tweets can be reposted. All emails may be published unless specified otherwise.
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