McCarthy won't link Bennett cut to retirement

1:23 PM ET GREEN BAY, Wis. — Mike McCarthy would not directly connect the dots between tight end Martellus Bennett’s retirement talk and what led to his unexpected release Wednesday. Instead, the Green Bay Packers coach called it “an injury situation.” The Packers waived the veteran tight end with the designation that he “failed to disclose a physical condition.” The move ended a rocky stretch that began with Aaron Rodgers’…

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Auburn's Pearl: Hope to put review behind us

1:11 PM ET AUBURN, Ala. — Chuck Person, Emanuel “Book” Richardson, Tony Bland and Lamont Evans were among the eight people indicted Tuesday in New York City. Each is facing multiple federal charges in connection with the college basketball corruption case. Auburn hired a law firm to perform an internal review of the program in the immediate aftermath of assistant coach Chuck Person’s arrest by the FBI in connection to…

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'Jhulan's presence reason for Bengal signing' – Deepti Sharma

Annesha Ghosh / © ESPNcricinfo Ltd India allrounder Deepti Sharma has been roped in by Bengal for the upcoming senior women’s domestic season. The prospect of being under the guidance of a senior player from the national side – in this case Jhulan Goswami, who captains Bengal – outweighed other parameters. “I’m happy I’ll be spending this domestic season Jhulu di ,” she told ESPNcricinfo. “My job is to work…

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Pigeons Sound the Alarm with Whistling Feathers

A crested pigeon in flight. (Credit: Geoffery Dabb) When the crested pigeon of Australia flees potential foes, it can raise an alarm — not by calling out vocally, but with whistling feathers in its wings. These new findings may be the first proof of an idea Darwin proposed nearly 150 years ago suggesting that birds could use feathers as musical instruments for communication. Birds are known for the songs they…

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'Duty Hours Up!' Says Pilot. Passengers Go To Delhi From Jaipur By Bus

Jaipur: Forty passengers of a Jaipur-Delhi flight of Alliance Air, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Air India, had a harrowing time after the pilot refused to fly, saying his duty hours were over. Officials said some of the passengers were taken to Delhi by road while others were provided hotel accommodation and the rest were sent in another flight this morning. “The pilot’s duty-time got over and therefore, he could not…

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Delhi Government Ensures No Price Surge In Ola, Uber As Odd-Even Returns

New Delhi: As the Delhi government is set to implement the odd-even scheme from Monday to curb the escalating pollution levels in the national capital, it also promised to ensure no price surge in cab services by Ola and Uber, as commuters would be prone to fall short on transport options. Surge pricing is a policy implemented by private taxi companies when the demand for taxis is high. To make…

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Kumkum Bhagya November 9, 2017 full episode written update: Pragya comes with women activists to Abhi’s house

By Srishty Arora Written by Srishty Arora | Mumbai | Published:November 9, 2017 11:03 pm Kumkum Bhagya November 9, 2017 full episode written update. Episode starts with Abhi missing Pragya and talks to her toy that he fought with Purab and prays for Pragya to return home soon. Song plays in the background and he remembers the moments he shared with Pragya. On the other hand, Pragya comes with members…

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When two Baroda rookies stunned Mumbai

12:16 PM ET Annesha Ghosh in Mumbai Not many had turned up at the Wankhede Stadium to watch Mumbai in action on the opening day of their 500th Ranji fixture. The few that did – scattered across the Sunil Gavaskar Pavilion – were in with the hope of watching the Prithvi Shaws and Ajinkya Rahanes make a statement of Mumbai’s fabled supremacy on their home turf. Much to their dismay,…

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Vegas picks Duke, but bettors side with Sparty

12:08 PM ET No. 1 Duke’s undeniable talent has the Blue Devils atop the rankings entering the 2017-18 season. But BPI’s projections say the Blue Devils’ youth could equal a bumpy road to Selection Sunday. It’s never too early to start looking toward March. So with the open of the season hours away, Joe Lunardi runs through the field. The No. 1 seeds won’t be a surprise. But that doesn’t…

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Pressure Cooker Turkey with Dijon Gravy

By Coco Morante 1 Sear the turkey: Pat the turkey dry with a paper towel. Season them on all sides with the salt and pepper. Select the “Sauté” setting on your pressure cooker and heat the oil. (Or sear on the stovetop if your pressure cooker doesn’t have this setting.) Sear the turkey parts in batches, taking care not to crowd the pan too much. Sear thighs and half-breasts for…

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