The woman said she began to feel sick once they were in Irvin’s room and recalled fighting him off before she awoke the next morning to find the former football star getting ready to leave the hotel. The woman returned home and called 911, telling cops she believed she had been drugged and raped. She later took a medical exam.
“I’ll be probably heavily more involved than I’ve been since I’ve been here,” Bowles said at the annual league meetings in Phoenix. “It’s just the way I feel as a coach, and have evolved to, and where I need to be. To understand everything from that (offensive) standpoint, I need to be heavily involved.”
Ben McAdoo caused Giants fans to skip a heartbeat and run to their cardiologists Tuesday when he suggested that Smith, the newly signed ex-Jet train wreck, is in line to be the heir to the Manning throne when Eli calls it quits or the Giants ask him to leave.
“Sometimes you’re late to work. It’s life. It’s not life threatening,” the coach said. “…Sometimes your alarm clock isn’t going to go off.”
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Hof, who runs multiple bordellos in Nevada and has been featured in HBO’s “Cathouse” series, said he plans to open a Raiders-themed location to coincide with the launch of the team’s new $1.9 billion stadium in 2020.
Vice president of officiating Dean Blandino said last week that league action is needed at the line of scrimmage.