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Harvey said in his conference call that not all witnesses cooperated.

A number of witnesses were offered affidavits but declined interview requests for the investigation. Harvey said that “raised suspicions” with the committee.

What she told the prosecutor’s office: In her intake interview, the alleged victim said Elliott threw her against a wall and she hit her head. “I felt dizzy,” she said.

Then, she said Elliott dragged her to the bedroom, telling her “don’t play with me.” He then tried to call the guy she had been seeing when she and Elliott were broken up, but the other guy didn’t answer, according to his accuser. She said she brought up Elliott’s past cheating.

“That’s when he grabs my neck, pins me down to the floor,” the alleged victim said during her interview. He gets on top of me, starts shaking me. I start gasping for breath.”

One idea was using NFL Network and league’s broadcast partnerships to promote the messages players are trying to send. Another was one we’ve heard, that teams and the league could fund boots-on-the-ground work in individual communities.

Back in the States, Trump’s comments about the NFL have dominated the news cycle for the last 36 hours. A few owners have already released statements, but everyone really has their eye on how the players would react to Trump. Because the Jaguars and Ravens are playing in London, their game will be the first on the Sunday schedule, and their players will have the first opportunity to respond.

People will be watching for Khan’s response, too. After the President’s comments, reporters noted that Khan was one of seven NFL owners who contributed $1 million to Trump’s inaugural committee. “I supported him in the campaign because I loved his economic policies and I thought, you know, politicians do a lot of stuff to get elected,” Khan says.

David Fizdale’s next bit of rousing press conference oratory. Ready the t-shirt presses.

In the NFL’s motion to the 5th Circuit Court, the league challenged Mazzant’s subject matter jurisdiction because the case was filed before the NFL appeal was settled. The league’s attorneys relied on labor case law that grants deference to labor arbitrators in these matters.

Love a good comeback story? Then look no further than the Grizzlies, who have somehow collected Chandler Parsons (a $94 million man who barely saw the court last year due to injuries), Wayne Selden (a highly-touted high school prospect who went undrafted), Tyreke Evans (a former Rookie of the Year who has played just 65 games combined over the last two seasons), Ben McLemore (the latest Kings cast-off to get a badly-needed fresh start), and Mario Chalmers (a two-time champ in Miami who is back after missing last season entirely) on the same roster. How many careers can Mike Conley and Marc Gasol resurrect at once?

A trigger-happier Mike Conley. The world is a better place when Money Mike comes around every ball screen ready to let loose.

When he became the first coach to win his debut at Minnesota since 1986, with the Gophers hosting and defeating Buffalo 17-7, Fleck accepted a game ball from athletic director Mark Coyle with a caveat and nod to a slogan popularized during his successful four-year run at Western Michigan.

“So we would break the huddle and [Taylor] would say, ‘Boss Man, what do I got?’ ” DeRose says. “And I’d say ‘Lawrence, you got C-gap outside, pass you got the flat.’ ”

“Okay, Boss Man,” Taylor would reply, and then he’d go out and do the things that Lawrence Taylor was known to do.

“He’s making almost every other tackle,” DeRose says. “Eventually I just said, ‘Lawrence, you’re going to go to the Hall of Fame, you’re going to Canton. I’m going back to Colorado and teaching economics, do whatever the hell you want to do, and we’ll just fill in.’”


Deshaun Watson is as unique a rookie as I remember in the NFL.

The 49ers might have chosen to wait until the offseason before attempting to sign Garoppolo, but their desire to make a move now is telling.

McSorley pulls another Tebow-like play by running in for a 6-yard touchdown to put the Nittany Lions up 28-10 with eight minutes left in the second half. A Meyer-coached team has never overcome that kind of a deficit. That pizza is just losing all sorts of flavor at the bottom of Ohio Stadium.

Iowa State is flirting with another fantastic performance after Kyle Kempt finds a leaping, tip-toeing, 6-foot-6 Hakeem Butler in the back of the end zone. Butler clearly gets both feet down, but the play is reviewed. Doesn’t matter. The call is upheld and Iowa State is up 14-0 with 3:29 remaining until halftime.

Think of Watson since he’s been drafted. He worker-beed his way through training camp, giving deference to nominal starter Tom Savage. He donated his first game check to three lunch ladies with the Texans who suffered losses in the big Houston flood.

Every night the team would end up wearing a subtle diss about Kevin Durant.

I need a little bit more than a black-and-white color scheme. The Nets have the type of uniforms worn by the villainous squad in a sports movie. Brooklyn deserves something that’s a little more vibrant.

Meanwhile, fellow receiver Snead returned to action in Week 6 but did very little in his season debut, notching just one reception for 11 yards. He was a bit of a surprise inactive in Week 7, but the wet conditions at Lambeau Field combined with his continued limited participation in practice might have set him up for a less-than-optimal outing.

Remember how shaky Carson Wentz was during the dog days of the 2016 season?

Mazzant said that he issued the injunction because this is not a matter of guilt or innocence, but whether or not the disciplinary process was applied properly.

“The Court finds, based upon the injunction standard, that Elliott was denied a fundamentally fair hearing by Henderson’s refusal to allow Thompson and Goodell to testify at the arbitration hearing,” Mazzant said in the ruling.

What Goodell is trying to do with the anthem is simple—he’s trying to build some sort of consensus between a group of players who have different interests in civil-rights issues. He feels if he pushes for a consensus too hard and tries to force all players to stand before a deliberate partnership plan with players is agreed to, too many players would splinter off, and there’d be a much larger group of players standing or kneeling for the anthem. It’s a sticky problem.

Part of it was opposing defenses making adjustments, but the issue was compounded by a lack of anyone who could make a play or draw double coverage. Similarly, Jared Goff was plagued by offensive line problems a year ago, but his struggles were also the result of life with Kenny Britt as your No. 1 target.

Last winter, Wentz picked up Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith, and while neither has lit it up Jeffery demands extra attention and Smith stretches the opposing secondary (plus, having them on the perimeter allowed Nelson Agholor to move to the slot where he has thrived). In L.A., rookie Cooper Kupp has provided Goff with a true security blanket possession receiver, while Sammy Watkins consistently tips coverages, making life much easier for the second-year QB.

Jameis Winston remains on an upward track in his third NFL season despite dealing with shoulder-related ailments the past three games.

The court also ordered the District Court of Eastern Texas to dismiss Elliott’s case entirely.

A year earlier, Telyse says Isaiah had been removed from his mother’s care after suffering abuse at the hands of a boyfriend. Both Zaevion and Isaiah had the same father, Telyse’s brother, who waved his parental rights so that Telyse could adopt the pair. She moved to a house across from Phelps Park, where the Falcons’ basketball and football club teams were establishing reputations as local powerhouses.

Darrell Johnson, a 47 year old barber from Minneapolis, was one of the boys’ first coaches, in 8-under basketball and later, football. “For someone to take in children, even them being your blood, and do what she did,” Johnson says of Telyse. “She reminds me of my mother who passed away three years ago. I was just happy to be around somebody like that, and if I could help a person like that, I’m gonna do it.”

When that happens in high school, when someone is hurt seriously, sometimes the practice just ends. But my first year at the University of Wisconsin, I remember a guy going down in practice, and he was in pain laying there on the field, and everybody stopped to look. After a couple of seconds, one of the coaches hollered:

The court finally issued its decision on Thursday, Oct. 12. The panel of three judges sided with the NFL in a split decision on the basis that the federal court that issued the injunction did not have subject matter jurisdiction. Elliott’s six-game suspension was reinstated, and the NFL said it is effective immediately.

The NFLPA asked the court to recall that mandate, but the court denied that motion.

However, Elliott’s representatives have asked for a rehearing. They petitioned the court for an en banc hearing, which would involve all of the judges in the 5th Circuit as opposed to a panel of three judges.

How much more effective would The Miztourage be with Zack Ryder and Dolph Ziggler instead of the Bo Dallas/Curtis Axel tandem?

Jordan may want something closer to his maximum salary of $35 million. He has discussed an extension, but he would earn less going that route; talks have stalled. “If they want me, yeah, I’d love to be here,” Jordan says. “But I don’t have an extension, do I? So we’ll see.” (Jordan is also negotiating without an agent. He parted ways with Dan Fegan, his old agent, after the Dallas hostage situation. “I haven’t had the best experiences with agents,” Jordan says.)

The veteran unfurled a catalog of sensational throws against Houston’s wanting secondary, tossing a pair of scoring bullets to Paul Richardson and a 53-yard bomb to receiver Tanner McEvoy during a game that saw both teams combine for 79 points, 988 yards and five lead changes. Wilson’s efforts are even more impressive as he’s doing this for an offense utterly bereft of a ground game.

A few weeks ago, I advised you to go out of your way to try to acquire LeSean McCoy (5.7 OTD), who had yet to score a touchdown on the season. Two games later, McCoy has three scores under his belt. Though he’s quickly wheeling in his OTD, it’s worth noting that Mike Tolbert (2.5 OTD, one TD) is going to vulture touchdowns if his current usage keeps up.

McCoy has seven carries inside the opponent’s 7-yard line, and Tolbert is just behind with four. McCoy entered 2017 as a strong bet for touchdown regression to the mean after he scored 13 times last season despite a 6.9 OTD. He has overcorrected a bit out of the gate this season. Expect the touchdowns to keep rolling in as the season progresses.