Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny has ‘significant’ ACL sprain

The Seahawks may have lost another key player to a lower leg injury. Rams 28, Seahawks 12: Instant Reaction | Recap | 3 key moments Rashaad Penny, Seattle’s second-year running back, left Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams in the first quarter with an injury to his left knee. He sent an ominous-sounding tweet in the third quarter of the game, and after Seattle lost 28-12, head coach Pete Carroll delivered bad news. According to Carroll, Penny has a “significant” ACL sprain. And while he didn’t say the ligament is torn, anytime you bring up an ACL, you’re in treacherous waters. Pete Carroll says RB Rashaad Penny has a… Read More

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Seahawks’ 3 Key Moments: What went wrong against the Rams?

— Rashaad Penny (@pennyhendrixx) Well Seahawks fans, that wasn’t pretty. Rams 28, Seahawks 12: Penny hurt | Instant Reaction | Stats The Seahawks dropped a primetime divisional game to the Los Angeles Rams 28-12 on a night where not much went right for Seattle. Seattle would have clinched a playoff spot with a win or tie and also would have held the NFC’s No. 1 seed with a win. Obviously, that didn’t happen, so the Seahawks are now the No. 5 seed and hold a wild card spot with three weeks to go. So, what went wrong for the Seahawks in this critical game off a short week of practice?… Read More

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People thought Steve Harvey said the wrong name when announcing the winner of Miss Universe’s national costume contest, but it turns out he was right

Steve Harvey appeared to call the wrong name while announcing the winner of the National Costume Show at the Miss Universe 2019 pageant on Sunday. Harvey announced that the winner was Miss Philippines Gazini Ganados, and a photo of Ganados in her national costume was shown in the broadcast. But then the show cut to Harvey next to Miss Malaysia Shweta Sekhon, who was in a very different costume and told the comedian he had made an error. Harvey said that the teleprompter had given him the wrong name, much like when he called the wrong name while announcing the winner of Miss Universe 2015. But a representative for the… Read More

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Seahawks Instant Reaction: 710 ESPN Seattle on loss 28-12 to Rams

The Seahawks suffered a significant defeat on Sunday night in Los Angeles, a 28-12 loss to the Rams that took them out of the NFC West lead. Rams 28, Seahawks 12: Recap | Stats As we do after every Seahawks game, we have collected the initial impressions of the voices of 710 ESPN Seattle. This is just a preview of what you’ll be able to hear throughout the day Monday on the station. Jessamyn McIntyre – Danny and Gallant It was the worst of times… and then it got worse. While the Seahawks have proven time and time again that they’re capable of coming back from a deficit, the Rams… Read More

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Photos show the emotional moment Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi was crowned the winner of Miss Universe 2019

Zozibini Tunzi was named Miss Universe 2019 at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday. The 26-year-old hails from South Africa, and spends her time working as an activist. Her biggest passions are ending gender-based violence, and promoting natural beauty amongst women. Ninety women competed for the coveted title this year. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Zozibini Tunzi took home the 2019 Miss Universe title at the annual beauty pageant on Sunday, held this year at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. Hailing from South Africa, the 26-year-old pageant winner is the first black woman from her country to wear the Miss Universe crown. She works… Read More

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Steve Harvey’s cartel joke at Miss Universe 2019 is not going over well

Comedian Steve Harvey made a joke about cartels while speaking to Miss Colombia Gabriela Tafur Náder onstage at the 2019 Miss Universe pageant. Harvey had been discussing his infamous 2015 gaffe, when he incorrectly named Miss Colombia the new Miss Universe instead of Miss Philippines, before he made the joke. When Náder told Harvey that her country had forgiven his mistake, he said: “The cartel hasn’t forgiven me.” It was Harvey’s second joke of the night about Colombian cartels. Many on Twitter called him out, calling his jokes “ignorant” and “absolutely disrespectful.” Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Steve Harvey isn’t embarrassed about his infamous Miss Universe 2015 gaffe, and… Read More

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One of New Zealand’s most active volcanoes erupts, sending plumes of smoke into the air

One of New Zealand’s most active volcanoes erupted on Monday afternoon local time, sending huge plumes of smoke into the sky. According to the New Zealand Herald, the volcano on Whakaari, also known as White Island, began erupting at 2:15 p.m. Prime Minister Jacinda Arden said that about 100 people were believed to have been on the island when the volcano erupted, according to The Herald. It is unclear at this time if there are any injuries or damages from the eruption. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. One of New Zealand’s most active volcanos erupted on Monday afternoon local time, sending huge plumes of smoke into the sky. According… Read More

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The 18 best looks the Miss Universe 2019 contestants wore to compete in the pageant

The 2019 Miss Universe pageant was held at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday. The contestants wore a variety of outfits during the competition, including a swimwear or athletic look, an evening gown, and a final piece for the night. Many of the contestants used fashion as a way to show off their unique styles. Miss France, for example, channeled the 1920s in a tiered gown, while Miss Colombia opted for a dress with daring cutouts. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Shweta Sekhon, Miss Malaysia, wore a floral ensemble that included a table covered in food. The 22-year-old contestant is both a model and hockey player. Vartika… Read More

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Texas isn’t back: Utes’ Alamo Bowl opponent has had disappointing season so far

Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger (11) looks to pass against Baylor in an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019, in Waco, Texas. (AP Photo/Richard W. Rodriguez) | AP SALT LAKE CITY ­­­— Following Texas’ 28-21 Sugar Bowl victory over Georgia, Longhorns quarterback Sam Ehlinger sent Texas fans into a frenzy with four simple words. “Longhorn Nation … we’re baaaaack,” he said during the trophy presentation. The Longhorns had just capped off their 2018 campaign with a 10-4 record and a win over a Georgia team that lost just two games and was ranked No. 5 in the country at the time. For a program that hadn’t been to a… Read More

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