Sport Tyus Bowser had surgery to repair torn Achilles
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser Thought She Needed Just a Few Hundred National Guard, Unarmed
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot. On Thursday, December 31, says the current accepted narrative, the District of Columbia mayor rang an alarm about protests at the Joint Session of Congress. In fact, the opposite is true. What the mayor did, was ask for the minimal number of National Guardsmen and women to help out the Metropolitan Police Department, and she warned that those troops should be unarmed and not directly involve themselves in any protests. Mayor Muriel Bowser sent a letter on New Year's Eve to Maj. Gen.
started every game for the Ravens this season, but the linebacker suffered an injury in the season finale that could affect his availability for offseason work.
Word after last Sunday’s loss to the Steelers was that Bowser tore his Achilles and he posted pictures from a hospital bed on Thursday. Bowser captioned one with “” and wrote that it will be in a reply on Twitter.
Bowser had 59 tackles, seven sacks, and two forced fumbles in his 17 appearances.
Bowser signed a four-year extension with the Ravens last year and has a guaranteed salary of $3 million for the 2022 season. He’ll have a salary cap number of $5 million.
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Cardinals injury updates: Will DeAndre Hopkins, J.J. Watt play in NFL wild-card game vs. Rams? .
Here are the latest updates on Hopkins and Watt ahead of Monday's game.Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and defensive lineman J.J. Watt have both missed significant portions of the 2021 regular season with injuries, but there has been speculation about the stars returning to action for Arizona's wild-card matchup against Los Angeles.