Councilwoman Mary Estimé-Irvin Appointed to Serve on Florida League of Cities Legislative Policy Committee
AdvertisementThe Florida League of Cities, the united voice for Florida’s municipal governments, announced that North Miami Councilwoman Mary Estimé-Irvin was recently appointed to serve on the Florida League of Cities 2021-2022 Legislative Policy Committee, one of the League’s five Legislative Policy Committees. Legislative Policy Committee chairs, vice chairs and members were appointed by the League’s incoming President, City of Lakeland Commissioner Phillip Walker. My objective is to ensure that North Miami residents have a voice during the upcoming legislative session” says Councilwoman Estimé-Irvin. For more information on the Florida League of Cities, visit www.flcities.com. With more than 64,000 residents, North Miami is the sixth largest city in Miami-Dade County.communitynewspapers.com
Brady, Buccaneers bounce back with 46-23 win over Panthers
Brady threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns, Ronald Jones set a franchise-record with a 98-yard touchdown run, and the Buccaneers bounced back from a dreadful defeat with a resounding 46-23 win over the Carolina Panthers. Panthers coach Matt Rhule described Brady’s play as “elite” and “fantastic.”The Bucs ran the ball just five times last week. Tampa Bay racked up 544 yards on offense and outgained the Panthers 322-35 in the second half and outscored them 29-6. Chris Godwin had 92 yards receiving for the Buccaneers (7-3), who swept the season series and handed the Panthers (3-7) their fifth straight loss. Rhule said the Panthers were unaware the ball had hit the ground or else he would have just had Bridgewater spike the ball.
Undefeated Titans getting healthy after COVID-19 outbreak
The undefeated Titans are healing up from the NFL’s first COVID-19 outbreak. DeCastro will miss his third game of the season after sustaining an abdominal injury last week against Philadelphia. Johnson, Pittsburgh’s second-leading receiver, is out because of a back injury suffered on a punt return last week. Cincinnati also will be missing starting defensive tackle D.J. Eagles: RT Lane Johnson, WR DeSean Jackson, WR Alshon Jeffery, CB Avonte Maddox, S Marcus Epps, LB Duke Riley, QB Nate Sudfeld.
Falcons WR Julio Jones out again with hamstring injury
Jones had been listed as questionable after missing practice throughout the week with a hamstring injury. Even so, the winless Falcons’ secondary gets a boost with safeties Keanu Neal (hamstring) and Ricardo Allen (elbow) returning from injuries. ___PHILADELPHIA AT PITTSBURGHEagles: TE Hakeem Butler; RB Jason Huntley, WR DeSean Jackson, WR Alshon Jeffery, CB Avonte Maddox, QB Nate Sudfeld, DE Casey Toohill. Falcons: S Jaylinn Hawkins, WR Julio Jones, CB A.J. Ravens: RB Justice Hill, WR Chris Moore, QB Trace McSorley, DT Broderick Washington, DT Justin Ellis, OL Tyre Phillips.
Redskins get Allen from Panthers, trade Dunbar to Seahawks
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Redskins traded for a quarterback coach Ron Rivera is plenty familiar with. Washington on Monday acquired Kyle Allen from the Carolina Panthers for a fifth-round pick and traded cornerback Quinton Dunbar to the Seattle Seahawks for a fifth-round pick, according to a person with knowledge of the moves. Rivera coached Allen with Carolina the past two seasons before being fired. The Panthers signed Allen as an undrafted free agent out of Houston. When that didn't materialize, the Redskins traded him and could turn to Kendall Fuller in that role after bringing him back on a multiyear deal.