#1

game in the final set where

in Dein Style bei Doc Dress.de 03.01.2020 10:24
von jinshuiqian0713 • 955 Beiträge

INDIANAPOLIS -- Trent Richardsons new NFL home has all the features hes wanted. The Colts expect their newest player to become a workhorse running back, grow alongside a young franchise quarterback and carry them into the playoffs for years to come. Its a big change from Clevelands perpetual rebuilding project. One day after the Browns called Richardson to say hed been dealt for a first-round draft pick in 2014, Richardson arrived to a locker room that had his new teammates hooting and hollering, a horde of reporters hanging on every word and the familiar sight of Browns fan Condoleeza Rice watching practice. "Its another chapter in my life and with that Im going to have a chip on my shoulder," Richardson said. "I am going to play football like I know how to play football. However it goes with the Browns, good luck to the Browns the rest of the season, but other than that, Ive got to be here playing football." The Colts (1-1) gave up a draft pick they hope will come at the end of the first round next year to obtain the 5-foot-9, 225-pound Alabama alum. Cleveland gave away three picks to move up one spot and take Richardson just last year. He never quite fit the newest offensive system in Cleveland. Indy now has a quarterback, Andrew Luck, and a running back, Richardson, who were both Heisman Trophy finalists less than 24 months ago and were ranked by most scouting departments as the best players at their positions coming out of college. Colts general manager Ryan Grigson has somehow corralled five of the top 100 players drafted in 2012 -- all of them on offence. Along with Luck and Richardson, the No. 1 and No. 3 overall selections, Indy also has tight ends Coby Fleener, a second-round choice, and Dwayne Allen and receiver T.Y. Hilton, third-round picks. Fleener, who turns 25 on Friday, is the oldest of the bunch. For Grigson, the deal was too good to pass up. He and Cleveland CEO Joe Banner, who worked together previously in Philadelphia, started talking early this week and it didnt take long for Grigson to work something out. Its his 16th trade since coming to Indy in 2012. "You always want to surround a great player like Andrew with weapons, and we had a need at running back," Grigson said. "So we went out and got one." They found a back that the Browns (0-2) gave up on after playing just 17 career games. Richardson rushed for 950 yards as a rookie despite playing most of the season with two broken ribs. This year, under new management, Richardson had only 31 carries for 105 yards. The back Hall of Famer Jim Brown once described as "ordinary" never demonstrated the explosiveness Cleveland new coaching staff wanted. Grigson and the Colts, who are transforming last years vertical game into a more balanced offence that features power running, didnt have the same scouting report. Coach Chuck Pagano referred to Richardson as a "rolling ball of butcher knives" and called him a perfect fit in this system. "All I know is, I got a couple texts from some players I used to coach and it was Wow, congrats and thank you," said Pagano, the Baltimore Ravens former defensive co-ordinator. "And you know why they said thank you, because hes out of the division. That tells you right there. Hes a game-wrecker." Over the past week, starting running back Vick Ballard (right knee), left guard Donald Thomas (quad) and Allen (hip) all landed on season-ending injured reserve. The trade overshadowed those losses and created an instant buzz around town and inside Indys locker room. Richardson will now get a crash course on the Colts offence and is likely to play this weekend at San Francisco. Its still unclear whether Richardson will start over Ahmad Bradshaw, who made his first start with Indy in Sundays 24-20 loss to Miami. But one thing is clear: Richardson is considered one of Indys cornerstones. "We did not bring him in here to, I guess, be the water boy on Sunday," Pagano said. "Hell be ready to roll." Richardson couldnt have asked for more. After trading his No. 33 jersey in for a white No. 34 practice jersey, he said the shock of being traded was starting to wear off and he promised to spend these next few nights pulling all-nighters with Indys playbook and getting comfortable. All he has to do now is fit into his new home. "People cant just stack nine in the box no more," he said. "You think youre going to stack nine in the box, Andrews got an arm for you and you got Reggie Wayne and T.Y. out there, and you got our tight ends that are going to work, too." Notes: After putting Allen on injured reserve, Indy promoted rookie receiver DaRick Rogers from the practice squad to the active roster and signed receiver Danny Coale to the practice squad. ... Pagano said linebacker Pat Angerer (knee) and safety Antoine Bethea (toe) were held out of practice Wednesday but were expected to return Thursday. Safety LaRon Landry (ankle) is listed as day-to-day. Pagano also said receiver David Reed (concussion) was a full participant in practice Wednesday and was feeling well Thursday. DeAndre Yedlin Jersey . Both sides came closest to scoring in the first half, when Roma had a goal from Mattia Destro waved off for offside and Inters Rodrigo Palacio headed high. "A draw was a fair result. Neither squad had many chances," Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic said. USA Soccer Gear . Cincinnati has lost back-to-back games in overtime, wasting a chance to take a commanding lead in their division. https://www.cheapusasoccer.com/351j-west...jersey-usa.html. Jonathan Crompton led the team to a 40-9 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Crompton threw three touchdown passes - two to Duron Carter and one to Brandon London - and Sean Whyte connected on four field goals to power the Alouettes to the win. Keegan Rosenberry Jersey . Brandon Morrow allowed five runs on six hits over three innings. He struck out two, walked one and hit a batter. Edwin Encarnacion had a two-out, bases loaded two-RBI double in the third inning. Sean Johnson Jersey .C. -- Duke sophomore Rodney Hood is entering the NBA draft.BASEL, Switzerland - Top-seeded Roger Federer beat big-serving Ivo Karlovic 7-6 (8), 3-6, 6-3 Saturday to reach a ninth consecutive Swiss Indoors final and his 11th overall in his hometown of Basel.Federer, who is looking for his sixth Swiss Indoors title after finishing runner-up in the past two editions, will meet David Goffin after the Belgian kept up his remarkable form by defeating teenage wild card Borna Coric 6-4, 3-6, 6-3.Federer racked up three match points in his final service game but needed just one, winning with a backhand volley at the net to please the partisan crowd.Im unbelievably happy, Federer said. I never thought I would be this successful ever at this tournament. So clearly Im overjoyed and I hope I can play another good match tomorrow and enjoy the final.Karlovic hit 33 aces but it was not enough to secure what would have been just his second victory over Federer in 12 meetings.I think he served his best against me ever, Federer said. It was very impressive for how long, how big he served. It was close, I didnt expect to break anymore in the third set, so I was very happy to get that and then bring it home.Karlovic went close to breaking serve late in the first set but sent a return into the net, and Federer took the lead after a closely-fought tiebreaker which he won with a crosscourt backhand that landed just inside the far corner.The players only lost a combined three points on their serve in the fiirst seven games of the second set before Karlovic earned a break.ddddddddddddFederer upped his game in the final set where a run of 12 consecutive points saw the 33-year-old Swiss break at love as well as winning two love service games.For Goffin, it was his 43rd victory in 45 matches since his straight-sets loss to Andy Murray at Wimbledon, and it sent the 23-year-old Belgian into his third Tour-level final.It means a lot, Goffin said. It wasnt my best match today, but emotionally it was a tough one. Im really happy. I have nothing to lose tomorrow.The seventh-seeded Goffin wasted three match points before converting his fourth attempt when his Croatian opponent returned a smash long.Coric had upset Rafael Nadal on Friday to announce himself as one of the rising stars of tennis, and the 17-year-old reaffirmed that early in the match. He raced across from the other side of the court to return a shot which Goffin had seemingly perfectly placed over the net — and which appeared impossible to reach — before landing the ball just inside the baseline to the gasps of the crowd.Goffin made the decisive breakthrough in the fourth game of the final set, sealing the break with a precise backhand down the line.Coric missed the chance to break straight back as Goffin thwarted him with an ace. The Belgian double-faulted twice on match point and sent a backhand volley long before finally grabbing his fourth opportunity. ' ' '

nach oben springen


Besucher
0 Mitglieder und 1 Gast sind Online

Wir begrüßen unser neuestes Mitglied: onedayshot
Forum Statistiken
Das Forum hat 5227 Themen und 5229 Beiträge.

Heute waren 8 Mitglieder Online:
createmailed, jigyasaS, ketoburnmax1, ketoburnmax89, onedayshot, SamThur, toxiburnprice, ZomatoCoupons


| FAQ