Trev Talks – Kinder Morgan Court Decision

first_imgThis week on Trev Talks, we discuss the recent court decision that stopped construction of the Kinder Morgan pipeline.  Alan Yu of Fort St. John for LNG joins Trevor to talk about the decision and what it means for our region and the country.They also discussed LNG, Prime Minister Trudeau, Premier Notley and of course all things Energy.You can watch the Youtube version of the show above or watch it on Facebook below. Listen for Trev Talks every Friday at 10 a.m. on Moose FM and shared live on Facebook and Youtube.last_img

UNP warns will hit back at convention

The United National Party (UNP) warned that it will “hit back” at any attempt to disrupt the party convention tomorrow.UNP MP John Amaratunga said that there were reports of attempts by some groups to disrupt the convention tomorrow. The UNP is expected to announce some radical changes during the convention at Sirikotha.Amaratunga told the Colombo Gazette that no one will be allowed to disrupt the convention from outside or inside. There is strong opposition to the current UNP administration with calls for UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe to step down. (Colombo Gazette)

Football Confidence is the key for Ohio State right tackle Isaiah Prince

OSU then-sophomore offensive lineman Isaiah Prince (59) waits for the ball to snap during the first half of the Buckeyes game against Nebraska on Nov. 5. The Buckeyes won 62-3. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Former Photo EditorThey were all in redshirt sophomore right tackle Isaiah Prince’s head; the often-vicious criticisms, complaints and calls for him to be replaced. These critiques came early and often negatively affecting his mindset which, in turn, resulted in poor play. “Every time I’d make a mistake, I’d hang my head and I’d be so frustrated,” Prince said Monday. “It would just build up play after play after play.”But, Prince is different this year. At least that’s what his teammates and coaches say about the second-year starter.Prince, whose function resembled that of a turnstile against the Penn State defensive line in the fourth quarter of the Buckeyes’ only regular-season loss last season, was called one of Ohio State’s most improved players by coach Urban Meyer at a press conference Monday afternoon.“That’s not just out there in practice, but with (strength and conditioning) coach Mick (Marotti) with the bend and with all the things he’s struggled with,” Meyer said. “He’s a very serious player right now.”The long-term project to reinvigorate the offensive lineman’s mental psyche began months ago. After Ohio State’s thrilling 30-27 double-overtime win over Michigan on Nov. 28, 2016, Meyer sat down with Prince to reinforce the confidence he had in the right tackle entrusted to protect redshirt senior quarterback J.T. Barrett.“(Meyer) was just like, ‘You’ve got to keep going, I still trust you to get the job done. It’s your first year starting and you’re going to make mistakes,’” Prince said. “He just gave me that reassuring confidence to go out there and keep going”According to his teammates, that message was well-received.In the days leading up to the Fiesta Bowl against Clemson and, once again, in spring practice, redshirt senior center Billy Price lauded his attitude. Senior left tackle Jamarco Jones barely let a reporter finish his question in an interview Monday after practice before jumping in to extol Prince’s confidence level heading into the 2017 season.“He’s very confident right now. Everybody in the program is confident in him too from what he’s done these first couple weeks,” Jones said. “We always knew what he could do, it’s just a matter of going out there and doing it whether it’s execution of fundamentals or whatever it was.”OSU junior offensive tackle Isaiah Prince (59) walks down the sideline during the Spring Game on April 15. Scarlet beat Gray 38-31. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Former Photo EditorOffensive line coach Greg Studrawa believes the solution to Prince’s struggles with confidence is simple: the right tackle must be shown why he made the mistakes.“When guys start making mistakes, the first thing they do is get down on themselves, Studrawa said. “What you’ve got to do is revert back to your training, trust your technique. And that was his first time starting. He made some mistakes. He saw those, he’s worked on those.”Studrawa said his attention to detail isn’t close to where it was last year. In 2016, the Buckeyes gave up an average of 2.15 sacks per game, the most per contest by the program since 2012. The 28 sacks allowed ranked them as the 71st-best at keeping the quarterback off the grass in the country. Prince wasn’t the only culprit in the weaker-than-normal Ohio State pass protection, but he stuck out in a line including Jones, a true freshman in right guard Michael Jordan and two first-team All-Americans – center Pat Elflein and Price.When looking back on the film, Prince said he has worked on playing lower and improving his footwork as he believed his pass protection skills weren’t where they needed to be last season.Jordan echoed Meyer, praising Prince as one of the most improved players on the team. He added that Prince has honed his ability to drop back in pass protection and has even been working with younger lineman, specifically freshman Thayer Munford.So, after dealing with a year’s worth of criticism, is Prince tired of talking about last year and ready to move on to the upcoming season? He claims he isn’t.“I learned a lot from last year,” Prince said. “I mean, without last year, I wouldn’t have had this growth. I’m just thankful for it.” read more

Innocent teenager shot dead on towpath was in the wrong place at

first_imgA “wholly innocent” 16-year-old boy was “in the wrong place at the wrong time” when he was shot dead on a canal towpath, a jury has heard.Lewis Dunne was on his way to a shop when he walked into the path of four men lying in wait with a loaded weapon and with “murderous intent”, Liverpool Crown Court was told.The shooting in Vauxhall, Liverpool, was said to be the culmination of a series of incidents in the area on November 15 last year between two groups of males which involved the deliberate ramming of vehicles, chases and violence on the streets of the city.Opening the prosecution case, Ian Unsworth QC said: “Put shortly, at the time of the fatal attack upon Lewis Dunne the defendants were intent on revenge. Lewis Dunne was ‘in the wrong place at the wrong time’Credit: Liverpool Echo “They had obtained a deadly loaded firearm and acting as a group they sought revenge upon those they opposed and who they had had trouble with earlier that day.”Lewis Dunne was not involved in any of those previous incidents. He was simply on his way to the shop at the time that he lost his life.”Whether he looked like one of the opposing group or whether they simply believed he was one of the opposing group, they used the gun to shoot him dead as he unwittingly walked into their path.”The prosecutor added: “Lewis Dunne had no axe to grind with these men. He had done nothing wrong.”Three of the men who took part in the “cowardly attack” alongside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal were in the dock, Mr Unsworth said, but police had not yet been able to identify who they say the fourth man was.Jake Culshaw, 25, of no fixed address, and brothers Paul Martin, 25, and John Martin, 20, both of Ince Avenue, Anfield, deny murder.The prosecutor told jurors at Liverpol Crown Court: “There is no direct evidence to to say which of those four men pulled the trigger and shot Lewis Dunne.The simple fact is this – he was shot in the back by one of a group of four males who had walked in darkness along that canal towpath armed with a loaded lethal weapon.”That we cannot say which person actually shot him does not matter.”In short, we suggest on a proper analysis of the evidence … each of the three defendants bears the responsibility for the death of Lewis Dunne.” Lewis Dunne was 'in the wrong place at the wrong time' Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

Black students reluctant to apply to Cambridge University due to lack of

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Students also had anxieties around whether they would have enough money and whether they would fit in, he added.Prof Virgo made the comments at a panel discussion on Wednesday evening, convened by the investment bank J. Stern & Co as part of a series of seminars on education.Universities are under pressure from the higher education regulator to admit more students from ethnic minorities and disadvantaged backgrounds.Last year it emerged that six of Cambridge’s colleges admitted fewer than ten black British students in five years. The university said at the time that  it cannot change diversity “on its own” and called for parents and schools to encourage ethnic minorities to apply.  Naomi Kellman, founder of Target Oxbridge, a programme to assist black students with Oxford and Cambridge applications, said the question about hairdressers “comes up really frequently”. “If you are from a majority group you assume you will be catered for, anywhere in the country can manage your hair,” she said. “But if you have afro hair, the expertise is needed. Things that are really basic and simple become quite a big challenge.”As well as asking about the academic demands of courses at Oxbridge, black students are also concerned about what kind of food and night life will be on offer, Ms Kellman said. Professor Graham Virgo said the “unexpected” finding arose during research into what deters black students from considering the institution The “unexpected” finding arose during research into what deters black students from considering the institution Black students are failing to apply to Cambridge because there is a lack of Afro-Caribbean hairdressers in the city, the university’s pro-vice-Chancellor has said.The “unexpected” finding arose during research into what deters black students from considering the institution, according to Professor Graham Virgo.Speaking at an event held at King’s College, Cambridge, he said this was one of the barriers that black students face in applying to the university. “We have been doing some quite detailed research, particularly with black students, particularly in London, looking at obstacles to applying to Cambridge and thinking about Cambridge. And number three on the list was hairdressers,” he said.Prof Virgo, who is a QC and expert in criminal law as well as Cambridge’s senior pro-vice-Chancellor for education, said this revelation sent a “really important” message to the university.The research, which involved surveying some Cambridge undergraduates and sixth form students, was carried out in preparation for a new campaign aimed at encouraging more black students to apply to the university.  Cambridge has a number of hairdressers including the Afro European Beauty Centre, which says on its website it specialises in “Afro and European hair care for both men and women”. However, Dr Tony Sewell, CEO of Generating Genius, a charity that encourages youngsters from underrepresented backgrounds to pursue STEM subjects, said a lack of hairdressers is not the reason why black students are put off from applying. “It may be another lame excuse – kids need to get more resilient and get with it,” he said. “As a minority,  you will have to be confronting a situation where you are the only one. You have to face that and learn how to adapt to that. That’s the key issue.”Sir Peter Lampl, chair of the social mobility charity the Sutton Trust, said “cultural differences” mean that some ethnic minority students are more likely to apply for a university in their home town rather than move away.”This difference is holding some young people back in terms of going to their local university when they have the potential to go to a much higher ranked university,” he said.“Part of this is about cultural differences with many students worrying that they won’t fit in.” The “unexpected” finding arose during research into what deters black students from considering the institution “[We asked] what is the obstacle, what is stopping you from thinking about Cambridge? The real message was about hairdressers,” Prof Virgo said. “It’s unexpected but we need to look at applying to Cambridge from their eyes. For those students this is their concern. Really being able to engage with these perceptions enables us to say ‘how are we going to respond to that?’” Professor Graham Virgo said the “unexpected” finding arose during research into what deters black students from considering the institution read more

GPLs CEO apologises for prolonged power outages in Region 2

Businesspersons and residents also visited the new plant site. The three new generators can be seen in the backgroundFollowing the less than favourable quality of service residents and business owners have been dealing with in the Pomeroon-Supenaam (Region Two) district, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Guyana Power and Light (GPL), Albert Gordon has apologised for the discomfort residents are experiencing.The CEO was at the time speaking at a recent meeting with acting Region Two Chairman Nandranie Coonjah, Councillors of the Regional Democratic Council (RDC), the business community and residents in Anna Regina on the Essequibo Coast.Gordon touched on matters relating to the present situation and future plans for the Anna Regina Power Station. He was accompanied by his Public Relations team and local staff. The GPL CEO informed the gathering that four of the Caterpillar generators are up and running, while noting that his staff is working tediously to repair the others. He added that he will be pay special attention to the region’s electricity supply.During the question and answer segment, businessman Nizam Barakat questioned the long time taken by GPL to get the new power station up and running. The businessman lamented that he was part of the Wärsillä Plant Construction and everything was completed in three months.Chief Executive Officer of GPL, Albert Gordon at a meeting with Regional Chairman (acting) Nandranie Coonjah and RDC CouncillorsIn response, Gordon indicated that when he took office as CEO, all arrangements were already in place for the New Anna Regina Power Plant. He assured that he is presently working on a 20-year plan for GPL nationwide and promised to bring a more reliable source of electricity to the Guyanese people. Questions were also asked about hydro power and he said that is also being considered.Robert Lewis, Vice President of the Essequibo Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ECCI) said his main concern was if the three new generators are capable of meeting the region’s electricity demand. GPL responded saying the Anna Regina Power Station will need another generator to be able to carry the full peak hour load; at present each one of the new generators is capable of 1.8 megawatts each.Residents were told that a survey will be done to assess the region’s full electricity needs after which GPL will equipped the power station to meet the full demand with excess power in case of additional needs. A suggestion was made to purchase current from local companies in the region and the CEO said that he is already looking at the possibility to do so. After the meeting, a tour was given of the new building site which is scheduled for completion in November and commission in early December 2018.In late August, the ECCI had called on Government to intervene to alleviate the blackout situation since residents, especially the business sector, expressed their fear of losing millions of dollars in cool storage items. ECCI President, Suean Seewnarayan told <<<>>> the commerce in the region was collapsing due to the poor service offered by GPL.  She revealed that businesses were dumping products and those who have standby generators are pumping thousands of dollars into fuel and maintenance costs.The Chamber had said Government was silent on the very important issue. “No one is saying anything about the new power plant at Anna Regina which is far from completion and residents are losing confidence in the Government for not providing answers. If this power failure is not given immediate attention, the entire economy of the region will collapse,” the Chamber President noted last month. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedPermanent fix for Essequibo blackouts by December- GPL CEOAugust 29, 2018In “Business”Blackout woes for Essequibo continues as GPL trying to fix problemsJuly 8, 2018In “Business”Essequibo Coast GPL generator reportedly moved to Bartica for RegattaApril 1, 2018In “latest news” read more

AMAZING Serbian girl Andrea Mijailović scores 40 goals in away win

Her name is Andrea, like the biggest Serbian handball star Andrea Lekić. The 19-years old Andrea Mijailović, left back of the third league team ORK Loznica, wrote the special chapter of handball history by scoring 40 goals for only 60 minutes! Her team beat ORK Mladost in Požarevac 59:23, led by amazing Andrea’s performance.She netted only  7 goals from 7-meter shot.PHOTO: FB PRIVATE Andrea Mijailović ← Previous Story Season is over for Kai Hafner Next Story → ThSV Eisenach sack Petković – Chalepo is “fireman”

Hero saves man from burning car

first_imgJames Bray was in the right place at the right time early Saturday morning to pull a man out of a burning car … until things started to go wrong.As flames crept up the trapped driver’s legs, Bray said, “I thought, ‘Am I going to watch this man die?’”But Bray kept going, slicing through the driver’s seat belt with a knife he keeps on a key chain. And then — with the help of two passengers who’d escaped from the crashed vehicle — Bray was able to pull the injured man through the car window.Capt. Bob Carroll, commander of the first Vancouver Fire Department unit to arrive at about 2 a.m. Saturday, said he will recommend Bray for a lifesaving award.“He saved the driver from burning up,” Carroll said in a report to department officials.The driver was Brian J. Hall, 22, Vancouver police said in a news release Saturday. Hall was transported to the Legacy Health System burn center in Portland with what were described as serious injuries. He was a patient there Saturday evening; his condition was unavailable.According to a police report, Hall’s BMW was traveling at a high speed when it hit the utility pole at the intersection of McLoughlin and Grand boulevards. The Vancouver Police Department’s traffic unit is investigating the accident. It is unknown if alcohol or drugs were a factor.last_img read more

Baidu unveils its camerabased Apollo Lite selfdriving suite

first_img Autonomous Vehicles Auto Tech Share your voice 34 Photos Baidu Self-driving cars Driverless cars speed up traffic Self-driving cars 1:33 Enlarge ImageThis series of ten camera feeds is how Baidu’s Apollo Lite sees the world. Baidu Chinese ultra-globo-megacorp Baidu has spent the last few years developing its Apollo open-source self-driving car platform, which, like many other systems currently being developed, relies on a combination of cameras, ultrasonic, radar and lidar sensors all working in concert to achieve autonomy.That could be about to change, though, because on Wednesday Baidu announced its new Apollo Lite system, which it says uses 10 cameras and no lidar or radar to achieve Level 4 autonomy. Baidu also claims that its cameras can detect and identify objects at distances of over 700 feet from the vehicle.So, what exactly does Level 4 Autonomy mean? It’s the second-highest level on the road to fully autonomous, driverless cars. The Society of Automotive Engineers defines it as being when a “vehicle can itself perform all driving tasks and monitor the driving environment — essentially, do all the driving — in certain circumstances.  The human need not pay attention in those circumstances.”Read more: Self-driving car explainer, level by levelThose certain circumstances could be anything from only being allowed to operate in a specific geographical area (aka geofencing), during certain times of day, or in certain weather conditions.”A robust vision-based system is critical to the safety of autonomous driving, especially in high-speed situations where real-time sensing is critical,” Liang Wang, head of Apollo’s technical committee, said in a statement. “Apollo Lite further strengthens Baidu’s sensor fusion based L4 autonomous driving system that leverages the capabilities of camera, Lidar and radar to achieve the ‘true redundancy’ necessary for a safe and fully autonomous driving experience.”A system like Apollo Lite is appealing for automakers and developers because of the inherently low cost of a camera-based system compared with a system with multiple lidar sensors, but it seems unlikely at this point that it would ever be the sole basis of a fully Level 5 autonomous vehicle. 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better More From Roadshow Now playing: Watch this: 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback review: Goody two-shoes Post a comment 0 2019 Audi Q8 review: Stop worrying and love the roof Tags Byton packs the next decade’s tech into electric SUVlast_img read more

Classical language status to Marathi under consideration

first_imgNEW DELHI: A proposal for granting classical language status to Marathi is under active consideration, Union Culture Minister Prahlad Patel informed the Parliament on Tuesday. In a reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Patel pointed out that the Madras High Court had disposed off writ petitions and declined to interfere in the matter. “The proposal is again under active consideration in consultation with other ministries and committee of linguistic experts through (the) Sahitya Akademi,” the minister said. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us As of now, six languages — Tamil, Telugu, Sanskrit, Kannada, Malayalam and Odia — have been given the status of classical languages. The criteria adopted by the government to determine the eligibility of a language for classical status includes its recorded history over a period of 1500-2000 years, body of ancient literature, whether its literary tradition is original and not borrowed from another speech community and other yardsticks.last_img read more

Logitech G300 mouse brings elite gaming features for only 40

first_imgSolar keyboards are nice, but those stray photons aren’t going to do much for your gaming performance. For that you need to add a decent mouse to the mix, and Logitech has just the thing for you: the new Gaming Mouse G300.Underneath the slick, sculpted exterior of the G300 you’ll find a 2500 DPI optical sensor capable of a USB-maxing 1 millisecond report rate for stutter-free control. Its symmetrical profile suits both right and left-handed gamers, and even those who utilize a claw grip on their mice.The G300 also features nine programmable buttons so that you can wire frequently used commands for easier access. You can also store three different profiles in the G300, either for other gamers or to provide yourself with multiple options. Logitech also trumpets the G300’s durability, saying it’ll handle at least 10 million clicks — which should let you rack up plenty of frags before you have to retire it. Those clicks are backed by a generous three-year warranty, too.As the pièce de résistance, Logitech has thrown in illuminated accents on the sides of the mouse and they’re capable of displaying just about any hue you choose.While the G300 packs a number of the same features as Logitech’s battle-hardened G9, there’s one major difference: the price tags. Where the G9 will run you somewhere in the neighborhood of $80, the G300 is expected to hit the street at around $39.99. You won’t get touches like customizable weights at that price, but you’re still getting plenty of mouse for just two Hamiltons.More at Logitechlast_img read more

Playing just the right keys

first_imgDelhi brings Un Argentin A Paris by Christine Chareyron –Pianist, a musical night and melodious experience for all the piano lovers on Wednesday on 4 September at Alliance Francaise de Delhi. Christiane Chareyon is an established pianist and a piano teacher at the Music School of Suresnes. After studying at the national Music College of Grenoble followed by the higher National Music School of Paris, she also practiced under the supervision of Jean Fassina. She has also has a passion toward s Dramatic Arts,which she studied at National Music school at Chambery and then at the National Music College of Grenoble. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’She will be playing pieces from repertoire of Astor Piazzolla an Argentinan composer. Regarding Piazzolla, Christine Chareyon says herself that playing her pieces brings each time something new nothing is ever fixed and settled .It is mostly a unique and sharing experience.She induces another type off rhythm in her concerts with brief talks based on texts directly linked with the pieces played. Her intention is to carry the audience in an experience that is wider and wider.last_img read more

Church spoils the daddies

first_imgWord Of Faith Ministries spoiled the dads of the congregation on Sunday morning for Father’s Day.The daddies looked dashingly handsome in their “Sunday Best”, ready to spend the day with their loved ones.The Sunday School children put on plays, sang songs, recited poems and rendered dance items to show their dads just how cherished they are.After a well-planned programme, a scrumptious lunch was served to all.The fathers certainly felt special on the day!Other churches in Ladysmith and surrounding areas also used the day to treat and spoil the man they call “dad”. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsitelast_img

Air NZ ups stake in Virgin Blue

first_imgEarlier this week Air New Zealand paid up to NZ$188.9 million to acquire a substantial shareholding in Virgin Blue, as part of its plan to obtain 14.99 percent of the carrier’s shares. Air NZ notified the Australian Stock Exchange and New Zealand Stock Exchange of its substantial shareholdings in Virgin Blue but Air NZ chief executive Rob Fyfe said the carrier has no intention to make a takeover bid. “This investment in Virgin Blue is part of Air New Zealand’s strategy to develop scale and reach in this region,” Mr Fyfe said. “The Tasman alliance with Virgin Blue was the first step in this strategy. “This investment cements the emerging relationship between our two airlines and demonstrates the confidence we have in Virgin Blue both as an entity and as a partner for Air New Zealand.” The airline received approval for the purchase of 14.99 percent from the Australian Foreign Investment Review Board.According to the airline its shareholding keeps the total foreign ownership of Virgin Blue below 49 percent. Air NZ purchased 14.99 percent of Virgin Blue shares Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more

With more than 110m in travel insurance claims pa

first_imgWith more than $110m in travel insurance claims paid out from Covermore last year, the value of adding travel insurance to your holiday really is a no brainer.According to DFAT, one in 10 Australians travel overseas without insurance. Covermore said around six percent of their customers claim on their policy each year. The claims rang from smaller claims for lost, but valuable items (like a smartphone) or a visit to a private medical centre, to major, life-saving cases, such as a $700,000 claim for a customer who was in a sky-diving accident in the US.Case studies on travel insurance claims include medical assistance and business class flights home for a traveller who was ‘fit to fly’ after he had a stroke in Barcelona, Spain. Having travel insurance meant an ambulance was arranged to the customer’s hotel when his wife called the 24/7 medical assistance team to find out what they should do. Covermore oversaw his medical care and managed their logistics. Their claim came to $27,000.Hearing outcomes like this is reassuring for travellers taking out travel insurance, offering piece of mind. Travel agents selling travel insurance can do so with confidence. The best way agents can inform clients about why they need travel insurance is to ask them what they want in an insurance policy and then talk about the benefits they are seeking. It often helps them to realise how travel insurance can help them to keep travelling.Cover-More notes that policies provide several industry-first benefits, including cancel-for-any-reason cover, cover for mental illnesses, access to an Australian-based GP no matter where you are in the world with our 24/7 Travel GP, and new-for-old luggage replacement.They also offer travellers direct payment of their hospital bills, access to first-world medical care at no cost – whether it’s available in the country they are in or if they need to be medically evacuated to a hospital equipped to treat them, unlimited cover for medical and dental, and quick online claims.Covermore executive general manager, sales and distribution, Michael Stein said “we obviously and wholeheartedly standby the statement, ‘if you can’t afford travel insurance you can’t afford to travel.’”“Travel insurance is meant to protect travellers from the unforeseen and unexpected, whether it’s accessing medical assistance for a mental illness that develops while they’re travelling, whether they need to cancel their trip for any reason, whether they need to see a doctor in New York City, or access a lifesaving medivac from a cruise in the South Pacific.”Michael adds that not all policies are equal, so it’s vital that travellers shop around and choose a policy that best fits their needs rather than settling on the cheapest policy.To learn more about Covermore Travel Insurance, agents can get in touch with our National Support Team at NationalSalesSupport@covermore.com.au. Agent AdviceCovermoretravel insurancelast_img read more

Derrick Hall satisfied with Dbacks buying and se

first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments   Share   Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Beleaguered Cardinals left tackle Levi Brown knows the spotlight is on him, and it’s likely brighter than usual after allowing three sacks — two of which led to fumbles — in Sunday’s 27-24 loss to St. Louis. “I can handle it,” Brown said. “The spotlight’s always on me. I get back to work Wednesday and I’ll do what I gotta do.”The line allowed pressure on 15 of Carson Palmer’s 44 dropbacks, according to Pro Football Focus, with Brown and right tackle Eric Winston each allowing five. Though Pro Football Focus gave Brown a -2.8 grade in pass protection, he was the only Cardinals offensive lineman to grade positive for run blocking. – / 27 Head coach Bruce Arians said a left tackle’s struggles stand out more than any other position on the line, and while Brown “reverted back” to bad habits in technique at times, he was able to stop Rams defensive end Robert Quinn “a bunch,” and was effective in the run game. “You do poorly on four plays (three sacks and one holding penalty), they’re really going to stand out at left tackle,” Arians said. “When you give up the big ones and there are sack-fumbles, there is concern. But I think they are correctable.”Cardinals general manager Steve Keim had a slightly different take on Brown’s struggles. “There’s no way to sugar coat it,” Keim told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Monday. “I take it personal, because it wasn’t good enough. And I think it starts with me. It comes down to making sure that (offensive coordinator) Harold Goodwin and (offensive line coach) Larry Zierlein continue to work with him.” Brown and Arians said much of his struggles are technique related, specifically regarding his hand placement in pass protection. “Obviously what they told me is correctable,” said Brown, who saw his first regular-season action since 2011 on Sunday after suffering a torn right triceps last preseason. “Whether there was or wasn’t rust, that’s not the result I wanted to get.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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