first_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Comments   Share   PHOENIX – Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill sent a letter to the team’s season ticket holders last week, addressing an underwhelming 2010 season and continuing labor negotiations surrounding the NFL. Bidwill thanked fans for their support through the 5-11 season and promised the team would get back to evaluating how to reach the playoffs next year. “Our singular focus now is returning to the type of football that you have come to expect that led to back-to-back division titles, six playoff games in two years, a conference championship, and a Super Bowl appearance,” Bidwill said. Top Stories center_img Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation “We failed to meet that standard in 2010 and changes will be made. However, we remain fully confident in the plan that led to our success in recent years and remain committed to it.”Bidwill also addressed the current NFL collective bargaining agreement, set to expire on March 4, which would interrupt all football activities until the players and owners could reach a new agreement. Bidwill said he backs the league expanding from a 16-game schedule to an 18-game schedule, imposing a rookie wage scale to benefit veterans and retired players, and enhancing player safety on the field. “I know that I speak not only for myself but for all of our NFL business partners when I say that we are committed to work as hard as it takes to ensure that the game we all love emerges even stronger next season and for many years to come.” To read the entire letter the Cardinals sent to the season ticket holders, click here. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinkelast_img

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first_imgThe Uttarakhand Law Commission has recommended changes in the State’s Protection of Cow Progeny Act to declare the animal mother of the nation.“The cow should be declared Rashtra Mata in the interest of the nation and justice,” the state’s Law Commission said in its fifth report to the state government, now available to the media. Changes in the 2007 Act are also necessary for setting up veterinary centres and shelters for stray cows, and penalising cattle owners in case of cruelty to the animals, the report said. It also suggested setting up call centres and toll-free phone numbers help people report cruelty against stray cows. The Uttarakhand Assembly had also passed a unanimous resolution in September last year, seeking the `Rashtra Mata’ status for the cow. Among other suggestions, the commission recommended revival of the provision for anticipatory bail which was suspended during the Emergency, its chairman Justice Rajesh Tandon said on Wednesday. It has also suggested the repeal of several laws that have become obsolete. The laws that the panel wants scrapped mostly go back to the time when Uttarakhand was part of Uttar Pradesh. However, the Uttarakhand High Court has already ruled against the provision that blocked anticipatory bail in the state for those fearing arrest. In an order issued last year, the high court said Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) that relates to anticipatory bail shall be applicable in Uttarakhand as well. The suspension of anticipatory bail goes back to an Uttar Pradesh-specific amendment to the CrPC provision for anticipatory bail.“The provision for anticipatory bail under section 438 of the CrPC was suspended during the Emergency in 1975. But in the present circumstances there is no need to keep it suspended,’ Justice Tandon, a former judge of the Uttarakhand High Court, said.“Hence revival of the provision for anticipatory bail before regular bail under Article 21 of the Constitution of India through an amendment is imperative,” he said at a press conference. The Article relates to right to life and personal liberty. The recommendation is part of the commission’s reports submitted to the state government since the panel’s creation in January last year, he said. The commission has submitted nine reports so far, he said. The recommendations, awaiting the State cabinet’s approval, have already been presented before Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and the state Law Minister Prakash Pant, he said. The commission has recommended the passage of a Chardham Yatra Act on the lines of the Vaishno Devi Shrine Act, he said. The commission has suggested repeal of laws which have become obsolete and amendments to others to make them more relevant, he said. These include the Uttar Pradesh Advertisement Act, 1981, the Uttarakhand Tax on Entry of Goods into Local Areas Act, 2008, Basic Education Act, 1972, the United Provinces Acquisition of Property (Flood Relief) Act, 1972, The United Provinces Aerial Ropeways Act, 1972.last_img

first_imgNew Delhi, Aug 20 (PTI) Spin legend Shane Warne will talk about his extraordinary cricketing career and his life off the pitch besides unveiling several unknown facts in his autobiography which will be published this October.Ebury Press today announced that Warne’s memoir “No Spin” will have a global release on October 4.”No Spin” is the true story behind the headlines, in Warne’s own voice, and challenges some of the enduring myths and untruths that surround him.Uncompromising and compelling, it is destined to rank alongside some of the greatest sports autobiographies ever, the publisher said.Andrew Goodfellow, deputy publisher at Ebury, said, “Despite all the pain he’s inflicted on us over the years Shane Warne is still one of the most admired and celebrated cricketers to a British audience.”You simply can’t imagine the game without his unique contributions. I think his insight, no-nonsense honesty and strength of voice will make this the most read cricketing autobiography in years. At Ebury we are all very excited and honoured to be publishing such a legend.”The memoir is written with cricketer and TV presenter Mark Nicholas.Warne’s mesmerising bowling prowess coupled with his personal life (which has long been fodder for the tabloid press) has made him one of the world’s most illustrious sportsmen.Born on September 13, 1969, Warne is widely regarded as one of the finest bowlers in the history of the game. He played his first Test match in 1992, and took over 1,000 international wickets (in Tests and One-Day Internationals).A useful lower-order batsman, Warne also scored over 3000 Test runs. He played domestic cricket for his home state of Victoria, and English domestic cricket for Hampshire. He also captained the Rajasthan Royals to victory in the IPL in 2008. He officially retired from all formats in 2013 and currently commentates for Foxtel. PTI ZMN RDSRDSadvertisementlast_img

first_imgUSATSI_8084546_154512258_lowresThis is incredible.I wrote about Charlie Strong and Texas earlier this week but this is bad even for how bad things have gone so far.The Horns are playing UCLA in Dallas on Saturday night and…well…I’ll let this guy take it from here.So UCLA wins the toss and elects to defer. And then Texas chooses to kickoff. So UCLA will get it twice.— Bruin Report Online (@BruinReport) September 14, 2014 The ref even turned the microphone off to explain to the Texas captain what he was doing. And they still chose to kick.— Bruin Report Online (@BruinReport) September 14, 2014Here’s video of Strong thereafter.That’s unbelievable.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! Jim Mora was seen on the big screen mouthing “We get the ball twice?”— Bruin Report Online (@BruinReport) September 14, 2014last_img

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