It was a big day today for three former Crimson Tiders, as Jonathan Allen, Bradley Bozeman, and Dalvin Tomlinson were all nominated by their respective teams for the prestigious Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. The award (formerly known as the NFL Man of the Year Award) recognizes a player’s off-field charitable works and on-field excellence, and has previously been won by Marty Lyons (1984), Dwight Stephenson (1985), and Derrick Thomas (1993).
JaMychal Green was interviewed by the Denver media today, and stressed that he’ll bring a toughness to the team. Here’s the full clip of his media session today.
Stephanie Meadow named Irish Times / Sport Ireland Sportswoman of the Month for November.
Former Alabama sprinter and Olympic gold medalist Pauline Davis-Thompson announced that she’s planning to publish a memoir. Titled “The Girl Who Ran Sideways,” the book should be released in early 2022.
Cheyenne Knight was named as the new brand ambassador for Empower Retirement, a retirement plan administrator.
Minnesota has officially announced the Hale Hengtes signing today. He’ll be on the Commissioner’s Exempt list until he clears COVID-19 protocols, then will go on the active 53-man roster.
Ray Perkins is honored on the backpage of the New York Daily News.
Here is Part 2 of Rashaan Evans’ appearance on Barstool Sports’ “3 Min Tryst.”
Quinnen Williams announced today that his foundation will be giving $50,000 to 100 single-parent families in the Birmingham area for the holiday season. Applications available at Q’s website.
- Hale Hentges – Signed by Indianapolis and placed on Commissioner’s Exempt list.
Week 14 Practice Report – Thursday:
- Did Not Practice – James Carpenter (groin), Julio Jones (hamstring).
- Limited Participation – Kenyan Drake (hip), Da’Shawn Hand (groin), Josh Jacobs (ankle), J.K. Scott (right quad), Irv Smith Jr. (back), Tua Tagovailoa (left thumb).
- Full Participation – Ryan Anderson (knee), Mark Barron (illness), Jerry Jeudy (ankle), Terrell Lewis (knee).
VOLLEYBALL CEV Champions League, Pool D. Kaliningrad 3, Stuttgart 0 (25-23, 25-20, 25-20). Krystal Rivers (STU) – 16 points (3 break points), 15 kills, 3 blocks, 1 ace. GOLF US Women’s Open Rd 1: Lauren Stephenson – 72, +1, T37 Janie Jackson – 74, +3, T75 Cheyenne Knight – 75, +4, T89 Kristen Gillman – 79, +8, T145 Benedetta Moresco (a) – 80, +9, T149 WAPT Kingwood Island Championship Rd 2: Lakareber Abe – 74-74, +4, T9 ECGT Eglin Team Championship final: Steven Setterstrom / W Hunter – 60-72-64, -20, 7th FOOTBALL Los Angeles Rams 24, New England 3. A’Shawn Robinson – 2 tackles Terrell Lewis – inactive Damien Harris – 11 rushes, 50 yds; 1 catch, 0 yds; 1 FR Anfernee Jennings – 1 tackle