Sie sind vermutlich noch nicht im Forum angemeldet - Klicken Sie hier um sich kostenlos anzumelden

Die Junge Mittelalter-Community heißt euch Wilkommen. Hier findet Ihr alles Rund ums Mittelalter wie z.B.: Schwert infos,Infos über frühere Religionen und Musik

Sie können sich hier anmelden
Dieses Thema hat 0 Antworten
und wurde 35 mal aufgerufen
jcy123 Offline

Beiträge: 6.543

29.03.2019 02:31
but things look encouraging after speaking to him and his wife, Christina. Fisher did not provide details about the nature of Q Antworten

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Rams say defensive end Robert Quinn is in stable condition after checking himself into a hospital with an illness thats unrelated to football.Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday that Quinn is still undergoing tests but things look encouraging after speaking to him and his wife, Christina. Fisher did not provide details about the nature of Quinns medical issue.He is feeling much better, Fisher said. He kept saying to me over and over, `Coach, I just want to get back and get my body right and get on the practice field as fast as I can.The sixth-year pro from North Carolina and 2011 first-round draft pick has two sacks this season along with two forced fumbles, giving him an NFL-best 19 since 2013.He has been with the Rams for his entire NFL career, emerging as a key starter and the top pass-rusher on their vaunted defensive line. He played in the Rams 9-6 road victory over the New York Jets on Sunday.Quinn, 26, underwent back surgery last December and spent much of the offseason recuperating. He has started six of the Rams nine games this season while overcoming a series of minor injuries.Quinn was diagnosed with a tumor below his brain while in high school. The tumor has caused headaches when it isnt properly drained, but Quinn has said the tumor is checked regularly.Along with his standout play, Quinn has made headlines this season for his decision to raise a fist during the national anthem before every game. Following the lead of San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Quinn called it a silent protest against police brutality and other racial injustices.---For more NFL coverage: and Nike React On Sale .S. -- Nikolaj Ehlers registered a hat trick for the third straight game and Jonathan Drouin had a goal and five assists as the Halifax Mooseheads hammered the host Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 10-1 on Tuesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Nike React Discount . The Americans, skipped by John Shuster, seized the advantage in the eighth end by scoring five points for a 7-3 lead. The Czechs pulled two back in the ninth, but Shusters team of third Jeff Isaacson, second Jared Zezel and lead John Landsteiner ended with another point to secure the last Olympic berth on offer. . Jason Zucker and Matt Cooke also scored for Minnesota, which has won five of six. Kuemper made five saves in the first, nine in the second, and nine in the third. The rookies best save came with 2:17 left in the third period when he denied former Wild forward Matt Cullen from just outside of the crease on the right side. Wholesale Nike React . They hope to persuade the other team owners and commissioner Roger Goodell to put pressure on Redskins owner Daniel Snyder to drop the nickname they find offensive. "Given the way the meeting transpired," Ray Halbritter, an Oneida representative and leader of the "Change the Mascot Campaign," said Wednesday, "it became somewhat evident they were defending the continued use of the name. Nike React Sale . -- Quarterback Will Finch threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns, and Yannick Harou rushed in two scores as the No. EUGENE, Ore. -- There was one more hurdle to clear for Devon Allen.?He breezed through the first 10 during his win in the 110-meter hurdles at the U.S. Olympic trials, finishing with a time of 13.03 that qualified him for a spot on the roster for Rio.The 11th and final hurdle came after the race, as he cleared the barrier separating spectators from athletes at Hayward Field, in stride and in search of his parents and friends, who werent difficult to spot in their bright green Team Allen T-shirts.He never slowed down after clearing the 10th hurdle, sprinting past the finish line and hurdling over the fence and into the stands, not stopping until he reached his father, Louis.I couldnt even hear, said Allen, a sprinter and wide receiver at?Oregon. It felt like a football game. It felt like Autzen Stadium after a touchdown. Theres just a roar, you cant hear yourself think.Securing an Olympic bid realizes a long-held dream for Allen, one that was almost thrown off course during a lengthy rehab process after a knee injury in the Ducks College Football Playoff semifinal appearance in the 2015 Rose Bowl Game. Allen missed the subsequent track season and played sparingly last football season, but maintained the goal, farfetched as it seemed to many, of making it to the 2016 Olympics.There was no sign of lingering pain or soreness -- which he said only sometimes exists in the morning -- when he cleared the path to the stands to celebrate with his family and the other thousands in attendance at Hayward Field.Saturdays achievement was the culmination of the most eventful two days of Allens life, for reasons that arent solely athletic. Two days prior, at 8:30 a.m. at a shallow spot on the Willamette River in Eugene, Allen was baptized, with his mother, father and stepmother, teammates (from both the track and football teams), a chaplain and a football trainer in attendance.Thats more rewarding than an Olympic berth, said Allens hurdling coach Jamie Cook. To find that, its fantastic.Even though Allen was raised in a religious family, he was not baptized as a child. He chose that morning because it was a rare occasion when botth his dad and mom, who have been divorced since he was young, were both in town.dddddddddddd?He also invited a few close friends but when he arrived at the river there were a few more folks there than anticipated. Then another car showed up, and another three teammates arrived by bike.Its pretty cool to have a lot of people who care about you and care about how youre doing as a person, Allen said, rather than just as an athlete.It was during Allens time away from track and football that he found himself drawn closer to religion.Allens father Louis said his son was soul searching, but Allen said it had more to do with the fact that for the first time during his college career he had free time. He wasnt expected to be working out or training with teammates. He was expected to be rehabilitating, and as he improved physically he found himself spending more time with the Oregon football team chaplain and feeling better emotionally and spiritually.I guess I had a lot of time to just think, Allen said.He spent the spring of 2015 rehabbing and when the NCAA Track & Field Championships were set to commence in Eugene, he decided to go to the Dominican Republic on a service trip with other athletes. The motivation was part service, part him finding a good reason to not be at Hayward to watch someone else win the race he wanted to win.So as Arkansas Omar McLeod won the 2015 NCAA title, Allen mixed concrete to be used for basketball courts and swing sets in the Dominican countryside, far away from a TV or a Wi-Fi signal.Earlier this year, even after he regained the ability to compete in track, he found himself still engaged in his religion and knew he wanted to be baptized. He just needed to find the right time and the right place.The right time was on Friday, just before he kicked off his Olympic journey. The right place was in Eugene. The right environment was with his teammates and family who brought him to this place.And for Allen, it was the right starting line for two very different races. ' ' '



M.C. Klein

Listinus Toplisten Hier gehts zu  Mittelalter Top 100
Xobor Erstelle ein eigenes Forum mit Xobor