The coach though admitted there are about five o

first_imgThe coach, though, admitted there are about five or six plays that would have to be removed from the game plan if Ellington is unable to go because no one else on the team can do them.“Other than that, just keep on rolling.” Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Ellington said he hurt the knee when he turned to make a cut toward the end of Thursday’s practice, but noted he feels better Friday than he did the day before.“I’m good to go,” he said. Granted, that kind of goes against what Arians said, but Ellington is banking on the next couple of days giving him enough time to heal.“That’s a lot of rest, two days,” he said. “I’m going to continue to rehab and get to Sunday and kind of get out there and run around a little bit.”A sixth-round pick out of Clemson last April, Ellington has emerged as one of the team’s most dynamic playmakers. A running back, he has gained 441 yards on just 73 carries and caught 28 passes for 247 yards. He’s scored three total touchdowns.Should Ellington miss the game, Rashard Mendenhall and Stepfan Taylor would figure to pick up the slack, with Alfonso Smith also being in the mix for some additional work. “Just one guy out,” Arians said of the blow that would be not having Ellington. “There’s still a bunch of guys who are capable of taking his place, and we’ll make our adjustments that we need to make.” Comments   Share   TEMPE, Ariz. — It came as a bit of a shock when Andre Ellington’s name appeared on Thursday’s injury report for the Arizona Cardinals.Coach Bruce Arians said the rookie “tweaked” his left knee near the end of practice Thursday and is a “game-time decision” after missing practice Friday. Arians said Ellington’s injury isn’t serious, but “we want to be careful with him.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

March 28 2018On March 24th two representatives f

first_imgMarch 28, 2018On March 24th, two representatives from Arcosanti exhibited at the Prescott Job Fair, organized by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce. Specifically seeking a Financial Controller and HR Generalist, Shannon and Jesse from the Public Relations Department spent the day meeting potential candidates, talking about work life at Arcosanti and sharing information on internships. More information about these open positions will be posted on our website in the near future.(photos by Shannon Mackenzie and Jesse Fernandez, text by Shannon Mackenzie)last_img

Swedish public broadcaster SVT has signed a sixye

first_imgSwedish public broadcaster SVT has signed a six-year deal with transmission services provider Teracom to distribute its existing channels plus two additional services in HD on the country’s terrestrial network.The deal will see Teracom continue to transmit SVT’s channels SVT1 and SVT2 on its network, along with two additional services, Barnkanalen/SVT24 and Kunskapskanalen (Knowledge Channel), which will air from next year.Per Björkman, head of distribution at SVT said free-to-air terrestrial broadcasting remained a central platform for SVT and that the broadcaster was pleased that the entire Swedish population would now have access to all its channels in HD.last_img

Disneyowned Marvel Studios has unveiled more deta

first_imgDisney-owned Marvel Studios has unveiled more details about its forthcoming slate of movies and TV series, which will be more integrated than ever before and will form part of the slate for upcoming streaming service Disney+.The Mouse House-backed Marvel Studios revealed the so-called ‘Phase Four’ stage of its Marvel Cinematic Universe over the weekend, which will include a raft of movies and Disney+ series.The shows for streamer Disney+, which is set to launch in November, will include storylines and context that will then be referenced in movies.New shows include Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first animated project, What If…?, which will debut on Disney+ in the summer of 2021. Actors from existing Marvel shows will feature in the series, which will explore a series of alternative realities.Also on the slate is Jeremy Renner-fronted Hawkeye, which will debut in the autumn of 2021 and again refers to the character’s experiences in the recent Avengers: Endgame movie.Other Disney+ series include Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which will become available in autumn next year and also follows on from events in the recent Avengers movie, along with WandaVision. The latter will provide further context for movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will premiere in May 2021, while Tom Hiddleston-fronted series Loki will debut on Disney+ at the same time.The shows come five months after Netflix axed the last of its remaining Marvel titles on its platform, The Punisher and Jessica Jones. That came after a months-long cull of Marvel titles, which included cancellations of Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Daredevil.Netflix had previously inked a pact with the Disney company in 2013, but that was ended as the Mouse House prepared to launch Disney+.last_img read more