How is closure defined in this instance?

first_imgDear Editor,I cannot (and will not) pronounce on the guilt or innocence of the members of the Joint Services in the Lindo Creek massacre. That is the job of the chairman of the Commission of Inquiry, though I must profess my ignorance of the terms of reference of this inquiry. However, based on the many public utterances (not on the evidences presented nor on the testimonies given) of the honourable chairman of this commission, I must say that I would be very, very surprised if, in his final summation or compilation of his findings, the members of the Joint Services who went to Lindo Creek are not found to be culpable in the murder of those miners, or are found to be guilty of those miners’ murders in the first degree.If and when that happens, what next? Will these men be charged and placed before the courts? If not, how then is closure defined in this instance?Respectfully yours,Reginald Sookramlast_img read more

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9 Year-old Killed as Fire Guts House in Kakata

first_imgFire on Monday afternoon, January 12, 2015, gutted a three-bed room house in Kakata, Margibi County, burning beyond recognition a nine year old boy identified as Amos Morris.According to reports, the incident, which attracted a huge crowd to the scene, occurred in the Sugar Hill Community in Kakata. The onlookers wailed bitterly, not for the property and other valuables that were lost, but the painful death of the lad whose charred remains lay in the debris.The Liberia News Agency (LINA) correspondent in Kakata, Richard Baysah, quoted an eyewitness and chairman of the Sugar Hill Community, Edward Carter, as saying that passers-by on Monday afternoon noticed thick black smoke coming from the roof of the three bed room house.The smoking roof immediately prompted neighbours and others to quickly try to contain the situation, but little did they know that young Morris was trapped inside the house by the blazing fire and thick smoke.The resecures broke through the door of one of the rooms that was locked, but their efforts proved futile.Mr. Carter further narrated to reporters that while in the process of putting out the blazing flames with water, that rescuers discovered the charred remains of little Amos Morris, who by then had been burned beyond recognition.Mr. Carter expressed his deep regret over the manner in which little Morris met his death adding, “It was very painful and untimely.”The father of the deceased, Larry Morris, explained in tears the circumstances leading to the fire.  He said he left  his son along with his mother early Monday morning  and went to work, but was surprisingly informed via cell phone to his disbelief  that his house had been gutted by fire and his son had burnt to death.The exact cause of the fire and the name of the person who may have locked up the child have not been established, but officers of the National Fire Service Bureau assigned in Kakata, along with  Liberia National Police officers there have launched a probe into the incident.Fire incidents in Margibi County, especially during the dry season, are very common as houses are frequently gutted by fire leaving several persons either wounded or dead.Meanwhile, the Liberia National Fire Service Commander in Kakata is appealing for a fire truck to help with future fire outbreaks in the county.Lt/Col. Johnson Freeman said it was about the same time early last year that a tanker parked on a street in Kakata burst into flames, causing the death of three persons and the burning of several buildings completely to the ground.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Fort St John Huskies to hold Fan Appreciation Weekend

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – With the regular season winding down, the Fort St. John Huskies would like to show their fans some appreciation.This weekend, February 16 and 17, the Huskies will be finishing the regular season at home and will be holding a Fan Appreciation Weekend.Huskies President, Micheal Bacso, says the Huskies will be giving away free coffee for a year courtesy of Tim Horton’s.- Advertisement -“On Saturday night, we’re giving away, basically, it’s coffee for a year. Ron and Julia Bowie, who own the Tim Horton’s, are giving away a Tims Card. Basically, you can buy a large coffee every day for a year.”Bacso also says this is the last weekend that the free kids Huskies tickets can be used.“These will be the last two games that the Huskies tickets will be good for, that we give out to kids, so we recommend using them as they’re not good for playoffs.”Advertisement The Huskies Fan Appreciation Weekend is this weekend, February 16 and 17, at the North Peace Arena.On Saturday, the Huskies will be hosting the Fairview Flyers with game time at 8:00 p.m.Then on Sunday, the Huskies will be finishing the regular season as they host the JDA County Kings. Puck drop is 2:00 p.m.last_img read more

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COLEMAN: DROPPING ME FROM EURO 2012 MADE ME STRONGER

first_imgSeamus Coleman believes that his omission from Giovanni Trapattoni’s Ireland squad for Euro 2012 has made him “stronger”.The Everton full back watched Ireland’s 4-0 defeat against Spain at home in Donegal, but admitted that he would have liked to be involved in the squad.“Obviously I felt I should have been there. There’d be something wrong with you if you didn’t think you should have been there,” he told reporters. “Every player wants to be. But the manager had players he had to pick and I wasn’t playing in the position I’m playing in now, at full-back, which I think went against me a bit.“But it’s made me stronger and I’m looking forward to playing many more times for Ireland.”However, despite his Euro 2012 disappointment, the 24-year-old has since asserted his place in Giovanni Trapattoni’s plans and is in line to start against the reigning world and European champions tonight (Tues) at Yankee Stadium in New York. And the defender revealed that he is keen to pit his wits against the best players in the world“The lads who played against them last summer always talk about how good they were,” he said. “At the end of your career, you want to say you’ve played against the very best players.”  COLEMAN: DROPPING ME FROM EURO 2012 MADE ME STRONGER was last modified: June 11th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:COLEMAN: DROPPING ME FROM EURO 2012 MADE ME STRONGERlast_img read more

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Bang for the buck

first_imgThe State Board of Education has awarded $8.3 million to charter schools in high-need L.A. neighborhoods. That might seem like small potatoes compared with the Los Angeles Unified School District’s recently approved $4 billion school-construction bond, but dollar for dollar, it offers a much higher return. For that money, the taxpayers get 14 schools, all of which are expected to open in time for the 2006-07 academic year. And charters – fully public schools that are exempt from much of the government bureaucracy – are the most promising trend in education reform. The grants also include funding for two model charters that will share their program ideas with the entire district. Compared with the billions lavished on traditional public education, $8.3 million isn’t much. But in the hands of charters – and the needy families they serve – it’s hard to imagine a better public investment. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Dodgers were blue in ’05

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake Oh, and the All-Star shortstop was lost in September to an arm injury that required Tommy John surgery. Other than that? Don’t ask. The only thing that went right for the Dodgers was that they played in arguably the worst division in baseball history, enabling them to hang in the pennant chase until the final weeks of the season. They did this despite losing closer Eric Gagne for the season in spring training and getting just 72 games out of right fielder J.D. Drew, who was supposed to replace Beltre’s bat in the middle of the lineup. Is it any wonder the Dodgers finished the year 71-91 and Tracy and DePodesta were sent packing? The blow the Dodgers absorbed when All-Star Adrian Beltre bolted Los Angeles for Seattle as a free agent was the beginning of a seemingly nonstop barrage of devastating punches to one of the most storied franchises in baseball. When the body blows finally stopped, few in blue were left standing. Manager Jim Tracy lost his job, as did general manager Paul DePodesta. Left behind was a franchise in shambles, the result of a season in which two star players verbally jousted, the biggest free agent addition couldn’t stay healthy enough to remain on the field and the game’s premier closer was lost for the season because of injury. What else went wrong? Milton Bradley and Jeff Kent nearly came to blows after a game in Miami, a feud that culminated with Bradley stopping just short of calling Kent a racist. Shortly after Bradley’s outburst, he was lost for the season to a knee injury. The hits just kept coming. What went right? Kent hit .289, slammed 29 home runs and drove in 105 runs. Jeff Weaver went 14-11 and was one of the better pitchers in the league over the final two months of the season. They were the only two highlights in a year everyone would like to forget. The Dodgers tried to put the season in the rear-view mirror by letting Tracy walk – he was replaced by former Red Sox manager Grady Little – and dismissing DePodesta after just two years. DePodesta was replaced by Giants assistant GM Ned Colletti. The two new hirings signaled an end to one of the worst seasons in franchise history. For their sake, the hope is it can’t get any worse than the 2005 season. — Vincent Bonsignore, (818) 713-3612 vincent.bonsignore@dailynews.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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2018 eFields Research Report available

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Elizabeth Hawkins, John Fulton, Jenna LeeHigh quality, relevant information is key to making the right management decisions for your farm. The eFields program at The Ohio State University was created to provide local information about critical issues for Ohio agriculture. The 2018 eFields Research Report highlighting 95 on-farm, field scale trials conducted in 25 Ohio counties was released on Jan. 9. Research topics include nutrient management, precision seeding, crop management, soil compaction management, remote sensing, and data analysis and management. To help identify trial locations that are similar to your operation, each study includes information about weather, soil types, and management practices. Additionally, economic analysis was added to select trials this year. QR codes that link to videos featuring the researchers and partner farmers are available in the report.The 2018 report is now available in both a print and e-version. To receive a printed copy, contact your local OSU Extension office or email digitalag@osu.edu. The e-version can be viewed and downloaded at go.osu.edu/eFields.The eFields team has planned four regional results meetings to discuss local results and gather information about research interests for 2019. There is no cost to attend; for more information or to register for a meeting, visit go.osu.edu/eFieldsMeeting. Please plan to join us for the meeting nearest you:Southwest Region: February 13th, 9AM-12PM, WilmingtonNorthwest Region: February 20th, 9AM-12PM, WauseonEast Region: February 27th, 5-8:30PM, MassillonWest Central Region: February 28th, 9AM-12PM, PiquaWe would like to sincerely thank all of our 2018 collaborating farms and industry partners. The eFields team enjoys working with each of you and we are looking forward to continuing to learn together in 2019.Follow our social media @OhioStatePA on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or subscribe to our quarterly newsletter, Digital Ag Download (go.osu.edu/DigitalAgDownload), to keep up with the eFields program throughout the year. For more information on how to get involved in eFields in 2019, contact Elizabeth Hawkins at hawkins.301@osu.edu.last_img read more

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Building Your Own Car Rig — Commercial Insider Edition

first_imgIn this budget car rigging video, we’ll break down the mission control setup inside the car — and our experience with these techniques.In two previous tutorials, we’ve gone from building our own car mounts to learning how to use them. There are five basic equipment functions to consider:FIZ controlTrigger controlMonitors and video feedEquipment riggingLighting and powerEach one has various solutions, based on your equipment and budget. In the end, breaking down your specific vision into detailed goals — and how equipment can help you solve those challenges — will save you the most resources. 1. FIZ ControlFocus, iris, and zoom — the three critical axes of control.FIZ stands for Focus, Iris, Zoom, and each refers to a separate axis of control. Wireless control over these functions from your setup is ideal — that way you spend less time around to make adjustments. However, you probably don’t need top-of-the-line functionality — at least not yet. There’s a lot of great DSLR-aimed technology — like the DEC LensRegain — at a reasonable price that covers a single or double-axis.I currently use a single-axis (focus only) Cinegears Rattlesnake Follow Focus. But, let’s say your shot doesn’t need all this dynamic FIZ ability and you already own prime lenses. Then, simply staying with a wide angle and balancing your exposure at higher f-stops (f4+) will help keep everything in focus.Plan time to do lens swaps into your schedule or shot list. If you’re using an active lens made for your camera, you could possibly take advantage of your camera’s control application. It covers many functions, including focus, iris, and our next category: triggering the recording.2. Trigger ControlThe record trigger can save you a lot of trouble while shooting.Trigger control is a deceptively simple concept but can come to mean a lot of different things. Of course, you can always hit record on the camera and jump back into the car. But, dealing with wasted card space and skipping through useless footage in post could be an issue.My Aputure DEC Lens Adapter has a trigger feature, but it can be difficult to confirm on the camera when you’re sitting in the car. The camera app is a great option, but it can also be frustrating due to unreliable connectivity. A good solution is an external monitor since there are currently plenty of budget-friendly options. By pressing record on the device doing the actual data saving, we can be certain of recording, save some camera battery, and keep track of how much time we can capture — all while monitoring a live feed. Among other many useful features like waveforms.3. External Monitors and Video FeedMonitors are essential for just about every car rig scenario.Monitors (both with external recording functionality and not) are a must for just about every scenario. You can use a camera app for locked-off framing. However, when you want the camera to move and hit focus points, latency (the time it takes a transmitter to send data to a receiver) can be an issue. Even the largest budgets rely on cables instead, due to their reliability and speed.For instance, if I wanted to be able to record a 4K source on my Inferno, I’d currently have to use a cable. After all, mobile-friendly 4K wireless video units are new to the market.I now own a Cinegears 600MP, which is ten times more versatile than my previous pro-sumer system and has been worth every penny. For instance, I can use an HDMI output from my GH5 and then a SDI input to my monitor. If you’re ready for a wireless professional monitor solution that could be useful on any set, Teradek, again, wowed this year at NAB with a relatively affordable option. It might seem like a steep price tag initially, but it’ll save you a great deal of pain in the long run.4. Equipment RiggingRigging should always make sure your driver has clear sight and ease of motion.Rigging all this equipment is the next issue. This could require more specialized tools — like suction cup mounts, clamps, and rig arms — but they’ll be useful for years to come.Setting up next to your driver might be ideal, or maybe carefully hidden in the backseat if necessary. With a little patience, we can reuse our dual suction cups (from the earlier tutorials above) on the inside windshield. Then, use our clamp and arm to place the monitor, which we can adjust later. Long HDMI, SDI, and P-Tap extension cables are a must when working inside a car.I don’t recommend setting up in a chase car with a wireless video unit unless you have a secured location route with no public interference. This is due to the degree of coordination that’s involved with the driver. I had interference issues on my commercial in a chase car due to driving through downtown buildings. I also could’ve used my longer, yet more fragile, antennas.Having trouble with a stiff cable? Cut off the rubber where you need flexibility.5. Lighting and PowerAn inverter is a good way to power your lights and equipment while shooting in the car.In our last category, we need to consider powering all of this gear — potentially for a full day. Luckily, a car is also like a rolling generator. With a proper power inverter, we could power the monitor and some lighting to see our equipment or our subject. Check the manufacturer’s rating on the wattage you can draw and compare it to the total combined wattage of the equipment you plan to use, plus twenty percent. Your devices shouldn’t exceed the total wattage of the inverter. Do your research when choosing an inverter before going crazy with lights.But, as we begin to discuss lighting, techniques for capturing a subject in a car can be tremendously different. Control over the location, having permits, and being safe can all affect your approach. This is where two really well made videos on the Shutterstock Tutorials channel can fill you in. The first video covers what to do when you need an actor to act, not drive . . .But let’s say you just want to get a shot of someone driving, with no dialogue or other distractions. The next video helps breaks down how to shape light in a small area . . .But, when the subject is in a car — actually driving on public roads — your major consideration needs to be the driver’s ability to see properly. If your actor is hesitant at all to confirm they can see, you’re pushing it too far and should personally confirm visibility. Any direct light source aimed at the actor’s eyes will cut down their visibility greatly.Remember to check your local laws regarding what you can attach to a vehicle before entering the public domain.In ConclusionIn closing, I’d like to quickly comment on the ancient debate of talent vs. equipment and how it relates to becoming a better professional. Equipment can’t teach you how to convey a good story or land a joke, but it can certainly help you move faster and safer — as well as reinvigorate your personal excitement and the enjoyment of tackling the process as a professional.It’s taken me years to build up the arsenal of equipment I own. Each was a planned step in giving me more freedom to explore my abilities. Each a carefully planned move in tearing down the next glass ceiling. You may not own an ALEXA LF, but you can keep its functionality in mind while making upgrades to your gear set to make it a more viable rental option. Learn to find a balance between cost, functionality, and what you can endure. Always keep pushing your limits!Here is one last article with some helpful tips on getting gear at great deals. If you’re saving up, perhaps plan your purchase for holiday specials or events like Black Friday. There are also many local camera shop expos and clearance events you could keep an eye on.Interested in the track we used to make this video?“Success Story” by Vincent ToneLooking for more filmmaking tips and tricks? Check these out.Drawing the Audience’s Eye by Shaping and Cutting LightMeet the Pocket-Sized, Versatile Aputure MC Film LightThe Noise Factor: When Is Digital Noise Okay in a Shot?Exploring the Emotion and Beauty Behind UplightingFIZ Systems (Focus, Iris, Zoom) and How to Use Themlast_img read more

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How to Hold People Accountable

first_img“I don’t like being micromanaged.”People generally want to be held accountable to their commitments. They want to know that what they are doing is right and that it is going to work. They want the chance to report in on their successes and get help with their challenges.But some people resist being held accountable, complain about being micromanaged, or chafe under being asked to keep their commitments. These are most often the very people that need to be held accountable. Left alone, they aren’t good enough “me managers” to produce the results they are capable of producing.There is a difference between “can” and “will.”Most salespeople suffer from a lack of accountability. Because most sales managers fear being thought of as micromanaging they don’t hold salespeople accountable. But holding people accountable doesn’t make you a micromanager. It makes you a good coach and a good leader.Here are three steps to holding people accountable.Agree On AccountabilitiesThe first step to getting accountability right is to agree on what exactly what someone is going to be held accountable for.It’s unfair to hold someone accountable when you haven’t been clear on what you expect. You need to be very clear on outcomes. Managers who fear being thought of us micromanagers can be so soft in delivering the accountabilities that it can sound like suggestions.Make it clear, and agree on the accountabilities. It’s even better when you can allow the accountable party to help determine those outcomes; you want them to own the outcomes.Determine When You Will ReviewNo one should be surprised to discover that you want to have a meeting to discuss their progress in achieving the outcomes for which they are being held accountable.If you never check in on the accountable party, you are being irresponsible. It feels like a game of “gotcha.”If you check in too frequently, you are micromanaging. I have a friend that works for a company that updates their pipeline daily, even though their average deal cycle is 180 days. The salespeople are compelled (by force, really) to report in that nothing has changed almost daily.Schedule reviews and make them meaningful.Share Your AccountabilitiesIf you are going to hold someone else accountable, share with them your accountabilities.You are going to be accountable to keep your word and follow up. You are going to be accountable for listening, for helping discover the challenges facing the person you are holding accountable, and for helping to resolve those challenges.By agreeing to hold someone else accountable, you create an accountability of your own. Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Nowlast_img read more

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Giants quarterback Eli Manning not ready to sit just yet

first_imgUS transit worker saves man who fell on rail track PLAY LIST 01:44US transit worker saves man who fell on rail track01:29Robredo to gov’t, after accepting anti drug post: Are you ready for me?00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Manning told reporters Tuesday after the team’s workout that he didn’t hear coach Ben McAdoo’s comments on Monday’s conference call.“I didn’t hear it,” Manning said. “My goal is to prepare every week and do my job. He said that he’s gotfaith in me and to keep grinding.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“So that’s what we’re doing. I want to play. That’s what I like to do. I like to play football and play quarterback. I understand that I got a job to do and I got to do it better and do it well and get wins and if you don’t, everybody’s job is up for grabs in this league.”McAdoo said that he was impressed that Manning was a little taken aback by the suggestion of a possible replacement. Read Next Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa LATEST STORIES John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMCcenter_img New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning calls signals at an NFL football training camp Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)Eli Manning of the New York Giants looks on against the Los Angeles Rams during their game at MetLife Stadium on November 5, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Al Bello/Getty Images/AFPEAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey — Eli Manning is not ready to sit just yet.A day after New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo floated the idea that he would consider using some young players, and no position was being excluded, the two-time Super Bowl Most Valuable Player said that he definitely wants to keep playing.ADVERTISEMENT “Coach and I, hey, we communicate well,” Manning said. “We have great confidence in each other and have a good relationship. I haven’t been tested. I mean, I think, hey, he’s the coach. I’m the quarterback and just trying to keep getting better and keep working.”The Giants (1-7) face the winless 0-9 San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in Santa Clara, California.“Hey, I think both teams need a win,” Manning said. “I think you try to play your scheme. You try to do things correctly, do things right. We got to play our game. We got to be where we need to be. Make the plays that are there.”Manning knows that he missed receivers Sterling Shepard and Tavarres King on passes that could have beentouchdowns against the Rams.“I missed Shepard on a post route that we could have made,” said Manning, who completed 20 of 36 for 220 yards and two touchdowns and an interception Sunday.“We had a couple other plays. We had drops. You had just different things that keep you out of a good down and distance. There’s always little things. There’s always things you have to correct and missed plays. We’re not in that position where we can have too many of those.”McAdoo agreed with Manning’s assessment of his play.“It’s disappointing,” McAdoo said. “We had chances down the field. We got to make those throws and make those catches. It’s pro football. We got to catch them on all opportunities like that. You don’t get many in the game. It’s just incompletions and we got to clean them up.”If McAdoo wants to go to Davis Webb, the third-round draft pick from Cal, then Webb will be ready.“My job is to be the best teammate I can be,” Webb said with Manning standing in a locker immediately toWebb’s right.“That’s my priority. I’m here to help the team win. That’s my role right now. I’m confident in anything I do. I’m confident when I’m playing checkers. I have learned so much from Eli. I’m grateful to have a teammate like him. Not many can say they’re learning from a Hall of Famer and one of the best in NFL history.” Nike vows to fix NBA jerseys after shirts shredded “What do you expect?” McAdoo said. “I’m glad he said that. He’s a pro football player, that’s what he should be saying. Eli, he’s our quarterback. I have a lot of confidence in Eli. That hasn’t changed. But that doesn’t mean at some point in time, we won’t throw another guy in there to get a look at him.“Every position needs to be held accountable and every position needs to play to a high standard. The same thing goes with the coaches. And obviously, when you lose in the fashion that we lost (Sunday), it’s not good enough.”Manning has made 207 consecutive starts going back to his rookie season. If he starts this week, he will tie his brother Peyton for the second-longest streak by a quarterback in NFL history. Brett Favre holds the record with 297 consecutive starts.The Giants are still stinging from the 51-17 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.Manning was asked about the relationship with his head coach.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Manning realizes that this has been a tough season — and there are still eight more games to play.“Hey, it’s tough for everybody,” Manning said. “It’s no fun losing games and losing players and going through stretches where you’re not winning. So, a good thing is we got eight more games and an opportunity to fix it.”NOTES: The Giants reinstated cornerback Janoris Jenkins from the suspended list. Jenkins was suspended for last week’s game against his former team when he didn’t report back to the team in time for practices last Tuesday after the bye week. … After the workout, the team announced the signing of linebacker Kelvin Sheppard, who played in all 16 games for the Giants last season. The Giants are without starting linebackers Jonathan Casillas (neck) and B.J. Goodson (ankle).last_img read more

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