Jason Garrett joins New York Giants as new offensive coordinator, Joe Judge lauds decision

first_img WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV Last Updated: 27th January, 2020 11:32 IST Jason Garrett Joins New York Giants As New Offensive Coordinator, Joe Judge Lauds Decision New York Giants have managed to sign former Dallas Cowboys head coach and former Giants backup quarterback Jason Garrett as their offensive coordinator. COMMENT Also Read: NFL At 100: Afterthought As It Is, Pro Bowl Has Rich HistoryJason Garrett perceives the game through a different lens: Joe JudgeNew York Giants head coach Joe Judge said mutual acquaintances highly endorsed the offence-minded Garrett. Judge spoke highly of Garrett, saying that the former Cowboys man perceived the game through a different lens. The Giants, 4-12 last season, will undoubtedly be looking for a boost. They ranked 23rd in total offence this past season by yards per game, while Jason Garrett’s Cowboys were first. Jason Garrett frequently saw his Cowboys have a top 10 NFL attack since he took charge in 2010, and a few seasons before that while he was the Cowboys’ offensive coordinator.Also Read: Eli Manning Bids Farewell To New York Giants And NFL In Emotional Press ConferenceGiants hopeful of Jason Garrett improving Daniel JonesThe Giants would undoubtedly hope that Jason Garrett enhances the game of their young quarterback, Daniel Jones. Garrett will be looking for recoil in his career. The Cowboys rejected to renew his contract after they went 8-8 this past season and missed the playoffs. Under Garrett’s guidance, Dallas went 85-67 in the regular seasons and made the playoffs thrice, but on no occasion reached the NFC title game. Jason Garrett had a far from impressive playoffs record, winning two while losing three games. Garrett has other links to the Giants. His father, Jim Garrett, worked as an assistant coach for the Giants in the early 1970s.Also Read: NFL Player Antonio Brown Turns Himself In At Florida Jail The New York Giants have hired Jason Garrett as their offensive coordinator. Garrett is a familiar figure in the NFC Eastern Conference, having managed the Dallas Cowboys before his contract expired this month. He is a former Giants player, having lined-up as a backup quarterback for the New York franchise. The former Cowboys coach joins new Giants head coach Joe Judge as the franchise looks to improve on their recent record.Also Read: Baylor Hires Ex-UNC Coach Fedora As Offensive CoordinatorNew York Giants hire Jason Garrett as offensive coordinator First Published: 27th January, 2020 11:32 IST Sreehari Menon Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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Huge hunger in Tipp camp

first_imgJohn McGrath says being in command of the ball is a major part of their game. Tipp senior hurlers are working on how to use the sliotar intelligently, according to a Tipperary forward.Man of the Match John McGrath was speaking following Tipp’s convincing win over Clare on Sunday.The Premier now have two weeks to prepare for their final group game in Munster against Limerick.last_img

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Four-year doping ban for French cyclist, thrown off Tour de France

first_img LIVE TV French cyclist Remy Di Gregorio has been hit with a four-year doping ban related to a positive drugs test for EPO in 2018, the International Cycling Union said on Monday.In a previous case, the Marseille-born rider was thrown off the 2012 Tour de France on suspicion of doping after he was arrested at his team hotel during the race.Di Gregorio, 34, has always denied doping but was found guilty of possessing banned materials and received a one-year suspended prison sentence in July 2018.He eventually tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the Paris-Nice race in March 2018, and is now banned from racing until March 2022. Image credits: AP Press Trust Of India SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Last Updated: 12th May, 2020 06:03 IST Four-year Doping Ban For French Cyclist, Thrown Off Tour De France French cyclist Remy Di Gregorio has been hit with a four-year doping ban related to a positive drugs test for EPO in 2018, the International Cycling Union saidcenter_img WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US Written By First Published: 12th May, 2020 06:02 ISTlast_img read more

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IWF holds online session for campers in Patiala on mental health

first_img Indian Weightlifting Federation (IWF) on Saturday conducted an interactive online session on mental health for all core group senior (men and women) national campers at the NIS Patiala and discussed ways to tackle the problem during the COVID-19 pandemic.Counselling psychologist from Delhi, Dr Anjuman Bains was the expert speaker.Bains advised the athletes, coaches and support staff at NIS Patiala to focus on short-term weekly targets to achieve desired results and to maintain positivity in dayto day activities.All the athletes, coaches and support staff also had one-to-one interaction with Dr Bains, a release from IWF said.  COMMENT First Published: 28th June, 2020 07:11 IST WATCH US LIVE Press Trust Of India SUBSCRIBE TO UScenter_img Last Updated: 28th June, 2020 07:11 IST IWF Holds Online Session For Campers In Patiala On Mental Health Indian Weightlifting Federation (IWF) on Saturday conducted an interactive online session on mental health for all core group senior national campers Written By LIVE TV FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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Conor McGregor’s UFC 246 gear up for grabs with gloves auctioned at around £17,000

first_img 1 month ago Conor McGregor drew ire from fans for posing with Russian model on vacation in France COMMENT Arnold Dsouza MMA fans have the opportunity of a lifetime to bid for the gear used by Conor McGregor in his last-ever UFC fight. The Conor McGregor UFC 246 gear that is up for sale includes his autographed gloves, shorts and a Republic of Ireland flag. It is reported that the highest bid for his gloves currently stands at a whopping £16,200 with his shorts going for £2,700 and the Irish flag going for £1,930 at the moment.ALSO READ: Conor McGregor Shows Off Ripped Physique On Family Beach Holiday Amid UFC Return RumoursConor McGregor UFC 246 gear up for auctionConor McGregor took to Instagram to inform his 36.7 million followers that they can bid for his UFC 246 event-used memorabilia. McGregor fought and defeated Donald Cerrone at the UFC 246 main event on January 18, 2020, at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, which was incidentally his last bout in the octagon. The Conor McGregor UFC 246 gear is now up for sale with fans set for a bidding war. The 32-year-old revealed that he has partnered with FansAuthentic to auction off his memorabilia and the fan auction will run for another three weeks. WATCH US LIVE 1 month ago Mike Tyson predicts super-fight against Conor McGregor, says he would thrash Irish fighter Last Updated: 29th July, 2020 16:31 IST Conor McGregor’s UFC 246 Gear Up For Grabs With Gloves Auctioned At around £17,000 UFC icon Conor McGregor has decided to auction off his gloves, shorts and Irish flag from his last bout at UFC 246 in January, which was against Donald Cerrone. First Published: 29th July, 2020 16:31 IST 1 month ago Conor McGregor invited to train with Real Madrid by Sergio Ramos after skilful display SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV 1 month ago Conor McGregor shows off ripped physique on family beach holiday amid UFC return rumours The items up for auction include a signed pair of Conor McGregor’s fight-worn gloves and wraps, signed fight-worn shorts and a signed Irish flag. The McGregor vs Cerrone UFC 246 fight lasted only 40 seconds so the items are expected to be as good as new. So far, there have been nine bids for the gloves, seven bids for the shorts and four bids for the Irish flag. ALSO READ: Conor McGregor Announces Retirement After Notoriously Glorious UFC CareerConor McGregor retirement: Will Conor McGregor return to UFC?Following UFC 246 in January, Conor McGregor shocked the world by announcing his retirement on June 6, 2020. It was the third time in four years that a Conor McGregor retirement was announced by the Irishman on social media. In March 2016, McGregor retired for the first time but returned later that summer for a rematch against Nate Diaz.  Written By Hey guys I’ve decided to retire from fighting.Thank you all for the amazing memories! What a ride it’s been!Here is a picture of myself and my mother in Las Vegas post one of my World title wins!Pick the home of your dreams Mags I love you!Whatever you desire it’s yours ❤️ pic.twitter.com/Dh4ijsZacZ— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) June 7, 2020 2 months ago Conor McGregor’s coach John Kavanagh says Irish superstar’s retirement is final ALSO READ: Ex-UFC Champ Whittaker Back On Track With Decision Over TillMcGregor then announced his retirement once again on Twitter in April 2019 but returned in January. McGregor announced his thrid retirement last month and claimed that he’s now ‘over fighting’ as the coronavirus pandemic messed up his plans. However, McGregor has still been uploading videos and photos of his workouts on social media as he continues to remain in fighting shape.ALSO READ:  Will Khabib Nurmagomedov Return To UFC? Cormier Unsure Of His Future After Father’s DeathImage Credits – AP FOLLOW US WE RECOMMENDlast_img read more

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Club stalwart Timmy Delaney blown away by Borrisoleigh’s win

first_imgPhoto © Tipp FM Tipperary’s Borrisoleigh are the Munster club SHC champions for 2019.They beat Ballygunner of Waterford by a single point at Pairc Ui Rinn yesterday to claim the title for the first time in 33 years.Borrisoleigh’s win was one of the greatest ever displays witnessed by club stalwart Timmy Delaney. A second half Kieran Maher goal put the maroon and whites into the driving seat as they claimed the Munster title setting up an All Ireland semi final against St Thomas on the first weekend of January.Speaking to Tipp FMs Stephen Gleeson after the game former Borrisoleigh hurler and club administrator Timmy Delaney said the Munster final win was simply magnificent.last_img read more

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Rás Tailteann deferred due to Covid-19

first_imgPhoto courtesy of Rás Tailteann The organisers of the Rás Tailteann have decided to postpone this years event.The uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic has led them to defer the 5-day race which was due to start on June 10th with a stage from Dublin to Horse & Jockey.Race Director Eugene Moriarty told Tipp FM they have to consider the health of not just the riders, but their volunteers and the general public. He also said they were conscious of the workload on Gardaí, the health service and County Councils in the current climate.However the organisers have full intentions of putting the race on later in the year if possible.last_img read more

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Horse Sport Ireland Seek Designated Clinic Veterinary Application Forms for New Embryo Transfer Scheme

first_img 29 June 2017, 12:53 Veterinary Clinics can apply to become a designated clinic for the scheme via an application from which can be downloaded HEREHorse Sport Ireland is happy to announce that a fund of €75,000 will be available for a new Embryo Transfer Scheme in 2017.  This new scheme, which is being funded by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, will aim to increase genetic improvement by maximising the genetic potential of Ireland’s top class performance mares.Application forms and details of the scheme for mare owners wishing to participate in the scheme will be available early next week once the designated clinics are available.For further information on the Embryo Transfer Scheme please contact the Scheme’s co-ordinator Antonette Doran at 045 854508 or email adoran@horsesportireland.ie Home  »  Breeding News  »  Horse Sport Ireland Seek Designated Clinic Veterinary Application Forms for New Embryo Transfer Scheme Horse Sport Ireland Seek Designated Clinic Veterinary Application Forms for New Embryo Transfer Scheme Tags:last_img read more

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