Daily Archives: December 13, 2018

Miguel Cabrera To Be Limited In Spring Training After Biceps Surgery « Detroit News Watch

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tigers plan on watching slugger Miguel Cabrera closely during spring training after biceps surgery.   (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)   Manager Ron Gardenhire plans to check in regularly with Cabrera to determine his availability when Grapefruit League exhibition games begin in February. There’s no plan yet as to how much action the two-time AL MVP ...

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Boy Scouts Of America May File For Bankruptcy Amid Sexual Abuse Allegations « Detroit News Watch

(CBS) The Boy Scouts of America is exploring a range of options to address it’s increasingly shaky financial situation. Those may include declaring bankruptcy, with the more than century-old organization facing rising legal fees due to lawsuits over its handling of sexual abuse allegations. In a Dec. 12 letter to employees released by the nonprofit organization, Mike Surbaugh, its chief scout ...

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Slay Returns Interception For TD, Lions Beat Arizona 17-3 « Detroit News Watch

It’s an NFL cliche, the crafty cornerback fooling the rookie quarterback. That’s exactly what happened in the biggest play of Detroit’s 17-3 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Darius Slay, who tied for the lead in the NFL with eight interceptions last season, stepped in front of intended receiver Trent Sherfield, picked off Rosen’s pass and returned it 67 ...

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Lions Put DE Ziggy Ansah On Injured Reserve « Detroit News Watch

Ziggy Ansah may have played his final game with the Detroit Lions. The Lions put Ansah and tight end Michael Roberts on injured reserve Tuesday with shoulder problems. Detroit signed tight end Jerome Cunningham and offensive lineman Leo Koloamatangi from the practice squad to the active roster. Detroit kept Ansah this season with the franchise tag , but he’s dealt ...

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Leader Dogs For The Blind « Detroit News Watch

Detroit (Detroit News Watch) – Leader Dogs for the Blind was founded in 1939 by Lyons Clubs, the great humanitarian organization. The guide dog movement really hit it’s stride at the end of World War II, with many of the troops returning home in need of assistance. 1954: A blind man being taught how to control his guide dog (Photo ...

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Mahomes And Rivers Square Off « Detroit News Watch

By Steve Silverman Patrick Mahomes has thrown 43 touchdowns so far this season, a big reason his Kansas City Chiefs have the best record in the AFC. But even at 11-2, they can’t afford to take the foot off the gas. That’s because Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers sit a game back at 10-3. And guess who’s coming ...

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