Ex-Giants coach Ben McAdoo rips Ereck Flowers, Nate Solder, Eagles’ track record

Ben McAdoo broke his silence by throwing down the hammer on the NFC East and the Giants offensive line. He liked other moves. Once in the running to be Eagles head coach, Ben McAdoo is facing a true Philadelphia welcome the next time he visits. The reception won’t be much friendlier in Dallas or Philadelphia. Or the next time he sees either of the Giants starting offensive tackles. McAdoo, the ex-Giants coach who was fired in December, broke his silence Thursday without offering any real explanation for all the things that went wrong for the Giants last season or his ugly ending after benching quarterback Eli Manning. Instead he praised… Read More

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Hurricanes sign forward Lucas Wallmark to two-year contract

The Carolina Hurricanes have signed forward Lucas Wallmark to a two-year contract. The first year is a two-way contract that pays $650,000 at the NHL level. The second year is a one-way contract valued at $700,000. [NEWS] #Canes Sign Lucas Wallmark (@LWallmark) to Two-Year Deal Wallmark’s contract is a two-way deal in 2018-19 and a one-way deal in 2019-20. : https://t.co/DJy4LAOfCg pic.twitter.com/2OKpW1EzRm — Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) July 12, 2018 Wallmark, 22, had one goal in 11 games with the Hurricanes last season. He spent most of the season in the AHL with the Charlotte Checkers where he led the team in scoring with 17 goals and 55 points. …read more… Read More

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Optio3 raises $2.5M for enterprise IoT operations management software

Optio3 CEO Sridhar Chandrashekar. (Photo via Optio3) Seattle startup Optio3 has raised $2.5 million for its enterprise IoT management software that helps real estate and transportation companies gain insights into their connected devices. The funding came from angel investors and McKinstry, the construction company that also uses Optio3 to monitor building systems. Founded in 2016 by former Microsoft and ServiceNow engineers, Optio3 provides visibility, management, analytics, and more to companies that use an array of IoT devices — everything from security cameras to card-readers to HVAC systems. The original premise of Optio3 was to take the founders’ experience building IT operations management software and apply it to the world of… Read More

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Ex-Rutgers player K.J. Gray charged with marijuana possession in June incident

Gray was pulled over by East Brunswick police, receiving a criminal summons and six traffic tickets. Former Rutgers football player K.J. Gray was charged with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana in June after a traffic stop by East Brunswick police, according to a complaint summons obtained by NJ Advance Media. Gray also received six traffic tickets, according to records, including careless driving and driving with an open container of alcohol. Gray was dismissed from the football team on Wednesday for an unspecified violation of team rules. But two individuals with intimate knowledge of the situation told NJ Advance Media that Rutgers was not aware of the incident… Read More

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In explosive interview, Trump says Theresa May’s Brexit plan will ‘kill’ a US-UK trade deal

President Donald Trump has said British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plans will “probably kill” any US-UK trade deal.The US president made an explosive intervention into British politics in an interview with The Sun published Thursday.His remarks seem certain to cause political chaos in the UK and could imperil the prime minister’s leadership. President Donald Trump has said British Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposed Brexit plan will “probably kill” off any chance of a UK-US trade deal. Here’s the front page of The Sun for Friday:… …read more Source:: AOL.com       

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Police reviewing nearly 90 closed sexual assault cases under Philadelphia Model

Nearly a third of all sexual assault cases reported in the first quarter of 2018 are being re-examined by the Calgary Police Service under the Philadelphia Model pilot project. Named after the city where the program originated, the Philadelphia Model allows independent agencies to work with police to review cases of sexual assault which were closed as unfounded or cleared otherwise. According to data from police, 299 sexual offences were logged in the first three months of 2018. Staff Sgt. Bruce Walker with the Calgary police sex crimes unit said 89 cases closed between January and March are currently under review. He said the service will be reviewing closed cases… Read More

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