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Sport Watch: Las Vegas Raiders go with James Harden audible

07:10  23 november  2020
07:10  23 november  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

Police arrest minor in Las Vegas Adventuredome shooting that injured 4

  Police arrest minor in Las Vegas Adventuredome shooting that injured 4 One person has been arrested in connection with the shooting that occurred Saturday night at the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. © Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP Las Vegas police block a road leading to Circus Circus casino, where a shooting was reported in Las Vegas, Nov. 7, 2020. According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, authorities located the suspect, identified as a minor, shortly after arriving at the scene. Police arrived at the hotel's enclosed Adventuredome theme park at around 7:30 p.m.

The Las Vegas Raiders are looking directly at an early playoff exit. Derek Carr and Co. are done passing the ball for the remainder of the NFL season.

a person wearing a helmet holding a baseball bat: Derek Carr evoked James Harden's name while calling an audible during Sunday night's game against the Chiefs. © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Derek Carr evoked James Harden's name while calling an audible during Sunday night's game against the Chiefs.

The jokes were aplenty after Las Vegas opted to use James Harden as an audible during their “Sunday Night Football” game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Fans watching from home were thrown for a loop when Carr mentioned the former NBA MVP during an audible in the second quarter.

We’ve heard some pretty awesome audibles around the NFL in recent years. But this certainly has to take the cake. Like clockwork, the Raiders decided against passing the ball. Rather, they handed it off to Devontae Booker for a gain of six yards.

For his part, Harden’s ears have to be buzzing with him now trending on Twitter. Don’t worry, Rockets fans, this does not mean he’s been traded to Las Vegas. That would be rather odd considering that the city lacks an NBA team.

As some of you might already know, Mr. Harden has demanded a trade from the Rockets this offseason. Were the Raiders trolling the Rockets?

In any event, this was one of the highlights of a huge “Sunday Night Football” game between the surging 6-3 Las Vegas Raiders and defending champion Kansas City Chiefs.

Broncos DC Ed Donatell back home recovering after COVID-related hospitalization

  Broncos DC Ed Donatell back home recovering after COVID-related hospitalization Broncos defensive coordinator Ed Donatell required hospitalization after contracting the coronavirus, according to the team. The second-year Denver DC was hospitalized last week but discharged Sunday. Donatell, 63, has been battling COVID-19 symptoms since Oct. 31 and has missed the past three games. Donatell, who is in his third stint with the franchise, is one of a few Broncos staffers to have contracted the virus. Running backs coach Curtis Modkins did so in October, and offensive line coach Mike Munchak was in the team’s COVID protocol.

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