Daily Recaps

Daily Recap – February 9, 2023


The Detroit Lions have announced that Shaun Dion Hamilton has been promoted from a WCF Minority Coaching Assistantship to Assistant Linebackers Coach. Detroit hired Hamilton for the assistantship last summer immediately after cutting him in training camp.

DeMeco Ryans was named AP NFL Assistant Coach of the Year, receiving 35 of the 50 first-place votes. Ryans had already been named assistant coach of the year by the PFWA.

Josh Jacobs was named FedEx Ground Player of the Year. As part of the award, Federal Express donates $20,000 to the HBCU of the player’s choice. Jacobs is designating Langston University (an HBCU in Oklahoma) for the $20,000 contribution.

Jalen Hurts’ Channelview opponents recall his play against them.

The New York Post has the draft story on how DeVonta Smith was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles ahead of the New York Giants, who coveted him. The Athletic is the latest to look at Smith’s history of coming up big on the biggest stages.

Derrick Henry weighs in on recent coaching and front office changes with the Tennessee Titans.

The XFL announced the 51-man opening day rosters for each of its teams today. Former Alabama players who made opening day rosters are: AJ McCarron (St. Louis), Dallas Warmack (St. Louis), Thomas Fletcher (Seattle), Chris Owens (Seattle), Ben Davis (San Antonio), and Maurice Smith (Vegas).

Jay Shaw overcame some mechanical problems to finish 8th overall (out of 107 vehicles) at the Can-Am UTV King of the Hammers championship. Shaw was 5th in the Pro Mod UTV class.

Saketh Myneni and partner Yuki Bhambri advanced to the doubles semifinals at the ATP Dallas Open with a three-set win today, marking the first time Myneni has reached the semis of an ATP 250 level event.

Media Appearances

Links to press conferences and other media appearances from today:

Emmanuel Bor appears on Carrie Tollefson’s running podcast.

Mark Ingram and Josh Jacobs both appear on today’s Up and Adams from Radio Row.

Super Bowl Week Injury Reports

Practice Reports – Thursday:
  • Did Not Practice – N/A
  • Limited Participation – Landon Dickerson (elbow, resting player)
  • Full Participation – N/A

Scenes and Highlights


  • None

Game Results


Trophy Hassan II Rd 1:
Dicky Pride – 76, +3, T39

Lalla Meryem Cup Rd 1:
Polly Mack – 73, E, T13
Camilla Lennarth – 78, +5, T65

Astara Golf Championship Rd 1:
Wilson Furr – 68, -2, T37
Frankie Capan – 72, +1, T93

WM Phoenix Open Rd 1 suspended (dark).
Trey Mullinax: -1 thru 10, T19
Lee Hodges – 72, +1, T59
Justin Thomas: +1 thru 12, T59
Davis Riley: +2 thru 14, T82
Michael Thompson: +3 thru 10, T105


ATP Dallas Open, Doubles Quarterfinal:
Saketh Myneni / Y Bhambri defeated 3-seed Cash / Patten 2-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-8).


King of the Hammers UTV Championships
Jay Shaw – 3:06:17.500; 8th overall; 5th in 4900 Pro Mod UTV classification.

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