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Redskins release D.J. Swearinger after critical comments on defensive coordinator

Swearinger was a second-round pick by the Houston Texans in the 2013 NFL Draft and has played for the Texans, Tampa Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals and Redskins during his career. That's probably documented. I try to give my insight, but you know, it doesn't work. Ultimately it may have been off-the-field issues that led to Swearinger's release, but on the field he was putting together another nice season, as stated below by Field Yates of ESPN.

Guardiola stays cool despite shock Man City defeat

City had led through Ilkay Gundogan but two goals in three minutes overturned the scores at Palace led 2-1 at the break. "We have lost but we are only looking at ourselves game to game". That wasn't the only shock of the day as Chelsea were beaten 1-0 at home by Leicester . 'So I think he's a big difference. Guardiola, who came under criticism for his team selection before and after the game, has defended his decision to leave stars Sergio Aguero and De Bruyne on the bench.

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Hurricane Florence lashing Carolinas with heavy rain, flooding

A weather station in Atlantic Beach recorded a total of 12.73 inches for a 24-hour period. Coastal towns in the Carolinas were largely empty, and schools and businesses closed as far south as Georgia. Cheryl Browning lives with her husband and son, who has terminal cancer, in Richlands, North Carolina . Soren Rundquist, Environmental Working Group's director of spatial analysis, said if the rainfall projections hold up, the flood waters will simply take what was sprayed on the fields with ...

A.M. Update: Florence weakens slightly as approaches NC coast

SC officials say more than 400,000 people have evacuated the state's coast and more than 4,000 people have taken refuge in shelters as Hurricane Florence approaches. But Hill said many residents still remained in their homes, possibly hoping to ride out the hurricane. Just as Hurricane Florence closes in on the Southeast, the area covered by hurricane-force winds has doubled - meaning far more people will get blasted with winds 74 miles per hour or greater.

Isaac Is Now A Hurricane; Helene Gains Strength

Navy ships off Virginia's coast were preparing to sail out of the path, a North Carolina university has already canceled classes and people have begun stocking up on plywood, bottled water and other supplies. He said it could even be as big as Hurricane Hugo back in 1989, which killed 49 people and caused $7bn (£5.3bn) in damage. SOUTHEASTERN N.C. - The National Weather Service has placed parts of New Hanover County under a coastal flood advisory through midnight.