Browns QB Baker Mayfield responds to Rex Ryan’s ‘overrated as hell’ remark Jarvis Landry injury update: Browns receiver (concussion) ruled out vs. Ravens It appeared that Humphrey choked Beckham after he had already been ruled down. What’s more? It happened directly in front of an official. Here’s what it looked like. pic.twitter.com/8w4xdS4u9F— Tom Withers (@twithersAP) September 29, 2019Kitchens said it is part of a pattern of cheap shots against the three-time Pro Bowl player. Related News “I saw what you saw,” Browns coach Freddie Kitchens said after the game, according to ESPN. “He was getting choked on the ground. They get away with that because it’s Odell. I’m going to be one the phone with (NFL vice president of officiating) Al (Riveron) when I get on the bus.”Beckham, who finished the game with just two passes for 20 yards on seven targets, was often double, and even triple, covered.He had a … different response.“I’m just upset I lost my earring,” Beckham said after the game, according to the NFL Network.Humphrey ultimately apologized to Beckham. Browns coach Freddie Kitchens not giving up play-calling Freddie Kitchens was upset with a seemingly obvious disqualifying foul was never called against the Ravens.During the Browns eventual 40-25 win in Baltimore, there was an altercation between receiver Odell Beckham and Ravens defensive back Marlon Humphrey. “I ran into him after the game and apologized,” Humphrey told reporters. “It’s not really the brand of football I want to represent. The whistle blowed. It has to be over with.”Marlon Humphrey on incident with Odell Beckham Jr.: “I ran into him after the game and apologized. It’s not really the brand of football I want to represent. The whistle blowed. It has to be over with.”— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) September 29, 2019Referee Shawn Hochuli clarified the league’s stance after both players were penalized — Beckham for throwing a punch — but neither were ejected.“We didn’t see anything on the field that rose to the level of a disqualifying foul,” Hochuli said in a pool report, via the Baltimore Sun.
The migration of the great snipe Gallinago media was previously poorly known. Three tracks in 2010 suggested a remarkable migratory behaviour including long and fast overland non-stop flights (Klaassen et al. 2011). Here we present the migration pattern of Swedish male great snipes, based on 19 individuals tracked by light-level geolocators in four different years. About half of the birds made stopover(s) in northern Europe in early autumn. They left the breeding area 15 days earlier than those which flew directly to sub-Sahara, suggesting two distinct autumn migration strategies. The autumn trans-Sahara flights were on average 5500 km long, lasted 64 h, and were flown at ground speeds of 25 m s-1 (90 km h-1). The arrival in the Sahel zone of West Africa coincided with the wet season there, and the birds stayed for on average three weeks. The birds arrived at their wintering grounds around the lower stretches of the Congo River in late September and stayed for seven months. In spring the great snipes made trans-Sahara flights of similar length and speed as in autumn, but the remaining migration through eastern Europe was notably slow. All birds returned to the breeding grounds within one week around mid-May. The annual cycle was characterized by relaxed temporal synchronization between individuals during the autumn-winter period, with maximum variation at the arrival in the wintering area. Synchronization increased in spring, with minimum time variation at arrival in the breeding area. This suggests that arrival date in the breeding area is under strong stabilizing selection, while there is room for more flexibility in autumn and arrival to the wintering area. The details of the fast non-stop flights remain to be elucidated, but the identification of the main stopover and wintering areas is important for future conservation work on this red-listed bird species.