close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 10 Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 10 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com New York Jets’ star running back Le’Veon Bell is striking out with fans after he was spotted bowling in New Jersey, despite being out with the flu the night before his team struggled to get a win against the even worse off Miami Dolphins. Bell did not participate in Thursday and Friday’s practice because of an illness and on Saturday he was officially ruled out for Sunday’s game against Miami because of the flu, head coach Adam Gase said. ODELL BECKHAM JR. ASKING OPPONENTS TO GET HIM OUT OF CLEVELAND, FEELING ‘LOST’: REPORTS But on Saturday, Bell was pictured at Boonton Lanes in New Jersey from approximately 10:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m., when the bowling alley closes, the New York Post reported, citing sources. The report alleges that Bell had alcohol on his table but it was not … [Read more...] about New York Jets’ Le’Veon Bell seen at bowling alley with alcohol night before missing game because of flu: report
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Antonio Brown had a stellar debut with the New England Patriots. Whether he will have an opportunity for a repeat performance this week will be up to the NFL. Brown led the Patriots with four catches for 56 yards and a touchdown during New England’s 43-0 win over of the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Now as the Patriots prepare to host the New York Jets this week, Brown and the team must again wait and see if looming sexual assault and rape allegations against him will make him subject to discipline under the NFL’s personal conduct policy. On Monday, the NFL declined to comment on when it was meeting with Britney Taylor, a former trainer of Brown who filed a civil lawsuit in Florida last week alleging he sexually assaulted her on three occasions between 2017 and 2018. But the league told the Patriots last week that it planned to open an investigation into the matter. Brown has denied the allegations made in the lawsuit. Darren Heitner, a lawyer … [Read more...] about Antonio Brown’s status in question after strong debut with Patriots
In discussing last week his company’s partnership with the NFL, Jay-Z was asked about Colin Kaepernick and said, among other things, “I think we’ve moved past kneeling. I think it’s time for action.” Three NFL players have continued to kneel during the national anthem to bring attention to issues of racial injustice and police brutality, and two of them have made it clear that they have a problem with Jay-Z’s comments. On Monday, it was Kenny Stills’s turn to express disappointment with the rapper and business mogul. Stills, a wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins who has been protesting before games with teammate Albert Wilson, told reporters at his locker, “Some of the ways that [Jay-Z] answered his questions, talking about, ‘We’re moving past kneeling,’ like he ever protested. He’s not an NFL player. “He’s never been on a knee. Choosing to speak for the people like he had spoken to the people.” … [Read more...] about Jay-Z has “moved past kneeling.” Some NFL players have a problem with that.
(CNN)The New England Patriots are finished with wide receiver Antonio Brown. "The New England Patriots are releasing Antonio Brown," a Patriots team spokesperson said in a statement on Friday afternoon. "We appreciate the hard work of many people over the past 11 days, but we feel that it is best to move in a different direction at this time." Brown -- who played in his lone game in a Patriots uniform last Sunday, scoring a touchdown against the Miami Dolphins -- took to Twitter on Friday afternoon, thanking the Patriots for the opportunity and saying, "The marathon continues." Later, he added: "Just got fired on a Friday." Thanks for the opportunity appreciate @Patriots pic.twitter.com/envfHEd6N8— AB (@AB84) September 20, 2019 "If I'm lying then I'm flying " pic.twitter.com/tHzQhn2qz4— AB (@AB84) September 20, 2019 Thank you pic.twitter.com/CBXWTfajFy— AB (@AB84) September 20, 2019 The marathon continues— AB (@AB84) September 20, 2019 Just got … [Read more...] about Antonio Brown released by the Patriots as NFL continues look into accusations
Tom Brady has clout, and his indignation may have saved the NFL’s 100th season from being ruined by the refs even though he backtracked like he was avoiding Shaq Barrett. Yellow flags flew at an alarming rate over the first two weeks of the season, and Shawn Hochuli’s crew called 20 infractions Thursday night in the Titans-Jaguars game — starting on the very first play from scrimmage — that kicked off Week 3. With 15 flags thrown in the first half, eight of them for offensive holding, Brady said he’d seen enough and was turning off the game. By the time the Bears bamboozled Case Keenum into five turnovers Monday night, officials were throwing half as many flags for offensive holding as they had been before the weekend. The NFL made backside offensive holding a point of emphasis this season, asking officials to flag what’s known as a “lobster block” where O-linemen wrap their arms around a defender when blocking on the backside of running … [Read more...] about When Tom Brady talks, the NFL listens — and acts