Sport Jason Peters, Jalen Reagor returning to practice for Eagles
Sen. Gary Peters opens up about his family's personal abortion story
Sen. Gary Peters, the Michigan Democratic incumbent, spoke to Elle about his first wife's lifesaving abortion. It was "gut-wrenching," he said.The Michigan Democratic incumbent shared details of the abortion his then-wife underwent in her second trimester to save her life. Peters went public with the story as his reelection campaign continues and Senate hearings begin for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
The Eagles open this week in first place in the NFC East and their bid to stay there will be getting some help from players returning from injured reserve.
Monday morning brought an announcement that the team has opened 21-day practice windows for four players who have been on the list for at least three games. Offensive lineman, wide receiver , safety , and linebacker make up the quartet.
Peters has missed three games with a toe injury and head coach Doug Pederson said last Friday that the team hasn’t decided where he’ll play once he’s back. Peters re-signed with the team to play right guard aftertore his Achilles, but moved to his old left tackle spot when went down for the year during the summer. has played in Peters’ place.
The surprisingly close Michigan Senate race, explained
Democrats can’t afford to lose the race if they want to retake the chamber. A few recent polls say it’s quite close.Importantly, that poll is an outlier — Peters has led almost every poll this year and is up by 5 points in the RealClearPolitics average. But given Trump’s unexpected win in Michigan in 2016, Democrats have reason to be wary of surprises in the state. Losing that Michigan Senate seat could be devastating for any governing agenda Democrats have in 2021.
Reagor hadafter getting hurt in Week 2. The first-round pick had five catches for 96 yards in his first two NFL games.
Edwards and Ford have both missed the last three games. All four players will be eligible to play against the Cowboys in Week 8 or they could wait to return after the bye when the Eagles meet the Giants in Week 10.
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Bill Belichick defends salary cap stance, says Patriots 'sold out' for recent Super Bowl success .
In interview with Boston's WEEI, Bill Belichick got defensive when asked about his comments that the salary cap caused depth issues for the Patriots.After Sunday's defeat to the Buffalo Bills, the Patriots have lost four consecutive games — their worst losing streak in 18 years. New England is on the fast track toward missing the playoffs for just the third time in the past two decades.