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Daily Recap – October 5, 2020


Quinnen Williams’ pending felony gun charges were dismissed today by the Queens District Attorney’s office. The charges stem to an incident in March at LaGuardia Airport, where Williams had not properly stored a firearm prior to boarding a flight.

Damien Harris was activated off Injured Reserve just prior to New England’s game this evening. For the game, Harris started, and rushed for 100 yards on 17 carries, including this 41 yard run to end the 3rd quarter:

With his first reception tonight, Julio Jones set a new franchise record with 809 career receptions. He would end up with 4 catches in the first half before re-aggravating his hamstring injury, and didn’t return for the second half.

Dicky Pride finished T1 at the qualifier for this week’s SAS Championship on the Champions Tour. This will be his 4th Champs Tour event this year, despite no status (2 sponsor exemptions, 2 qualifiers). He’s 66th on the Schwab Cup list despite only having played 3 events.

Zane Waddell is the latest guest on the Inside with Brett Hawke podcast. Great interview that gives you a lot of discussion about the finer points of swimming technique.


  • Damien Harris – activated off Reserve – Injured list by New England.

Injury Reports

Monday Practice Report

Did Not Practice – O.J. Howard (Achilles)

Game Results


SAS Championship Monday Qualifier:
Dicky Pride – 66, -5, T1; qualifies

Kansas City 26, New England 10.
Damien Harris – 17 rushes, 100 yards.
Anfernee Jennings – 1 tackle.
Green Bay 30, Atlanta 16.
J.K. Scott – 2 punts, 81 yds. Avg – 40.5, Long – 44, TB – 1, In 20 – 0.
Julio Jones – 4 catches, 32 yds
Calvin Ridley – 0 catches (5 targets)

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