Report: Jacksonville Jaguars Have Released RB Carlos Hyde

first_imgGeneric photo of footballs in an end zone.(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)The new league year for the NFL kicks off in under one week. With the March 13 date looming, NFL teams are making last-minute decisions to prepare their rosters for the coming year.Earlier today, the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns agreed on a trade that sends pass rusher Olivier Vernon to the Browns for offensive guard Kevin Zeitler. Not long after, another significant name popped up on the NFL wire.Former Ohio State star running back Carlos Hyde has been released. According to a report from NFL insider Tom Pelissero, the Jacksonville Jaguars decided to move on from the running back.Here’s more from Pelissero.The #Jaguars are releasing DL Malik Jackson and RB Carlos Hyde today, source said. Cap-clearing begins in Jacksonville.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 8, 2019Jacksonville sent a fifth-round pick to Cleveland in exchange for Hyde during the 2018 season.After Leonard Fournette went down with injury, the Jaguars needed added depth at the position. Just a few months later, the team decided to move on from Hyde after he struggled to make an impact.The 28-year-old running back averaged just 3.4 yards per carry with the Browns and 3.3 yards per carry with the Jaguars last season.Despite his struggles in 2018, Hyde remains a solid change-of-pace back that would fit with the New Orleans Saints or behind another top running back.Stay tuned for the latest NFL news.last_img read more

Gardline Chairman Appointed as Co-Chair of Marine …

first_img此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定 zoom Gregory Darling, group chairman of Gardline has been appointed Industry Co-chair of the Marine Industries Leadership Council. Sharing this role with him is Rt Hon. Michael Fallon MP Minister of State for Business. The appointment is for two years and Gregory is replacing the outgoing Richard Sadler, CEO of Lloyds Register.Upon his appointment, Gregory said “I believe that I am coming in at an exciting time, as the council shifts its focus from the development and promotion of a strategy through to the delivery of that strategy. The focus of the group must now be to establish or re-invigorate methods and systems to support active exports, to build on our expertise in technology and look to secure a technological advantage for the UK marine sector, supported by the skills and resources necessary to deliver that growth.”Gregory has been involved directly with marine activities since the 1970’s, when Gardline started in Great Yarmouth at the beginning of North Sea gas exploration. He holds a business degree and has helped grow Gardline from an SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) to an extensive marine science and contracting company operating worldwide.The Marine Industries Leadership Council will encourage the Marine Industries Alliance to deliver growth in partnership with Government through an increase in the awareness of the marine sector. My location Print  Close Gardline, November 14, 2013last_img read more

Kariyawasam assumes duties as the new Foreign Secretary

Prasad Kariyawasam assumed duties at the Foreign Ministry as the new Secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.Kariyawasam joined the Sri Lanka Foreign Service in 1981. Prior to his appointment as Secretary, he served as the Ambassador for Sri Lanka to the United States of America from July 2014 to August 2017. He has held diplomatic assignments in Geneva, Riyadh, Washington, New York and New Delhi, and has served as Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the United Nations in New York and Geneva and High Commissioner to India. He has been previously concurrently accredited as Ambassador / High Commissioner to Chile, Colombia, Trinidad and Tobago, the Bahamas, Jamaica, the Holy See, Bhutan and Afghanistan. (Colombo Gazette) read more