Daily Archives: February 3, 2019

The Super Bowl Today Crew Talks Quarterback, Coaching Matchups For Super Bowl LIII – Detroit News Watch

(CBS LA/CBS Local) — We’re just four days out from kickoff in Super Bowl LIII, between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams, and the discussion around the game has begun to migrate towards the actual matchup. There is plenty to dissect on the field, but one of the most interesting and talked-about aspects revolves around the age and experience ...

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AG Dana Nessel To Address Civil Rights Board On LGBT Protections – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) — Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel plans to speak at a meeting in which civil rights officials could ask her to reconsider her predecessor’s opinion that state law doesn’t protect LGBT people from discrimination. The Michigan Civil Rights Commission will decide Friday whether to make the request to Nessel at its scheduled meeting in Detroit. The commission says she’s ...

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Indiana Driver Dies After Crash With Salt Truck – Detroit News Watch

MONROVIA, IN (Detroit News Watch/ AP) – Indiana State Police say one person died Friday morning when they crashed into a salt truck on I-70 in central Indiana. Police Sgt. John Perrine tells the Indianapolis Star that the crash happened about 6:15 a.m. Friday near Monrovia in Hendricks County. Perrine says the Indiana Department of Transportation salt truck pulled over ...

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Super Bowl Choir Lets Current, Retired Players Express Love For Gospel Music, Football – Detroit News Watch

ATLANTA (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Current and former NFL players get to express their love for gospel music and football each year at the host city of the latest Super Bowl. Retired Dallas Cowboys safety Dextor Clinkscale gets a chance each year to re-experience the camaraderie of playing in the NFL when the Super Bowl Gospel Choir convenes. The choir provides about 60 ...

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‘One Of The Best To Ever Play The Game’ – Detroit News Watch

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston ATLANTA (CBS) — If there’s one way to really stifle Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense, it’s to generate pressure up the middle. As a pocket quarterback, Brady’s most deadly when he has the time to stand tall while scanning the field before stepping up and delivering strikes from sideline to sideline. Take that comfort level ...

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