ALAMEDA -- Charles Woodson has not yet rejoined the Raiders. Even though he is scheduled to visit the team facility Tuesday, there remains a decent chance he will not return to his first NFL home.But there are far too many reasons to dismiss the possibility.For one, Woodson has been telling friends and associates of his fondness for an area with which he is familiar, having spent the formative ...
The Steelers offseason program moves into its final stage today when Phase Three kicks off with 10 days of organized team activities (OTAs) that take place over three weeks, and then leads into the team's minicamp June 11-13. This will be the first time that the majority of the team will gather for workouts, with veterans and rookies all taking part."It's a chance for the guys to ...
Redskins GM Bruce Allen said it was ';too early to tell'; whether Robert Griffin III would be ready for training camp. (The Washington Post via Getty Images) Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said Monday that it’s ';too early to tell'; whether star quarterback Robert Griffin III will be ready to participate in the team’s training camp in late July, ...
Denver Broncos on Wednesday, then left town without a contract.The Broncos have roughly $7 million in cap space and could use the veteran ball hawk in their secondary, which was burned for three long touchdown passes in their 38-35 loss to Baltimore in the playoffs.Woodson, who will be 37 this fall, was waived by ...
Houston Texans ' first spring workout on Monday as he recovers from hip surgery in Colorado. Coach Gary Kubiak said Reed is "doing really well.'' The nine-time Pro Bowler signed a three-year contract in free agency and will miss organized team activities. "The expectations are for him to leave Colorado sometime this week,'' Kubiak ...
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Look high and low, but you are unlikely to find a more bizarre, disjointed, and utterly aimless film in recent months than Stephan Elliott's horribly misguided psycho-noir "Eye of the Beholder." ...
Vikings Vice President Lester Bagley said the team’s first game in its new stadium would likely come against the Packers. (Joe Robbins/Getty Images) Minnesota Vikings Vice President Lester Bagley told a local news station that the team’s first game in its new stadium in 2016 will likely come against its biggest rival, the Green Bay ...
Ray Rice was burglarized over the weekend, and $2,000 and two guns were stolen. Baltimore County police spokeswoman Cpl. Cathleen Batton said Monday that the burglary happened between 8:30 p.m. Friday and 12:50 a.m. Saturday at the home in Reisterstown. Batton says Rice was out of town for the weekend, but a friend was staying at the home and reported the burglary to ...
set a record for coming back " from the ACL injury he suffered in the January playoff loss to the Seahawks, but the reality is that we're all in wait-and-see mode.By all accounts, RG3's recovery is going well, but even Shanahan said his star quarterback won't see the field until ...
Josh Cribbs to a one-year contract Wednesday, giving the team a versatile player that could boost the offense and special teams.Cribbs' agent, John Rickert, confirmed the deal but declined to disclose financial terms. He said Cribbs drew interest from several teams and felt the Raiders were the right fit after a visit to the team's headquarters last Monday."I think Josh felt they ...
Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam's company, Pilot Flying J.Pilot Flying J, the nation's largest diesel fuel retailer, has been alleged to have bilked customers out of rebates.Plaintiffs attorney Mark Tate confirmed to WBIR-TV in Knoxville and to the Plain Dealer in Cleveland on Wednesday that Freeh has agreed to work on the lawsuit filed after federal agents raided Pilot's ...
Nothing will ever completely replace playing the game I love, however I feel like I'm starting a new adventure and I'm genuinely excited about what lies ahead. I'm fortunate to have been given many opportunities throughout my career and now I feel it's my time to give back.
The world's best known footballer was speaking after formally announcing his retirement.
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Cancer-causing chemicals and drugs like antibiotics pollute many of America's lakes, rivers and drinking water supplies. Activated carbon filters can remove about 40 percent of carcinogens and antibiotics from these waters. But a tiny solar-powered filter made of two bacterial proteins absorbs more than 50 percent more of the pollutants.
In addition, the filter - developed by a team at the University of Cincinnati - can release the captured antibiotics so they can be reused.
Antibiotics and chemicals enter waterways through sewage and run-off from yards and farms. They can breed resistant bacteria and kill helpful microorganisms, degrading the health of aquatic ecosystems.
The nano-filters, each smaller than the diameter of a human hair, employ a protein used by drug-resistant bacteria to excrete waste, but the researchers have turned it around so it sucks compounds in. Another protein, which responds to sunlight, provides the pumping power for the filter.
Environmental engineer David Wendell, one of the developers, calls the innovation an environmentally friendly and cost-effective way to extract and recover antibiotics from surface waters. He foresees the possibility that, one day, a collection of nano-filters could be anchored downstream from urban or farming areas to capture harmful compounds in water. ...
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