Bengals WR Ja'Marr Chase out 4-6 weeks with hip injury, may land on IR
Chase is dealing with a hip injury, and is expected to miss four to six weeks, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Chase met with a hip specialist on Wednesday, and is working on a recovery plan. Bengals’ WR Ja’Marr Chase is dealing with a hip injury that is expected to sideline him 4-6 weeks and makes him a prime candidate for injured reserve, per sources. Chase visited with a hip specialist Wednesday and is seeking more answers about his injury. Chase has 605 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 47 receptions through seven games for the Bengals.wftv.com
Fantasy Football Week 7 Analysis: Has a new tight end savior emerged?
In short, the two metrics that we will use each week are:Expected Fantasy Points (or xFP)Fantasy Points Over Expected (or FPOE = Actual Points - Expected Points)Why do these metrics matter? Basically, fantasy production rooted in volume (or xFP) is usually sustainable week to week. Wide Receivers: Fantasy Usage & EfficiencyJa’Marr Chase - Cincinnati BengalsWhy does the metric Expected Fantasy Points (xFP) matter? Despite that, he was still the WR4 in Expected Fantasy Points (15.7) through the first five weeks, while only ranking as the WR22 in actual points per game (12.1). Quarterbacks: Fantasy Usage & EfficiencyTrevor Lawrence - Jacksonville JaguarsFor the second time this season, Trevor Lawrence finished as a top-five fantasy quarterback.wftv.com
Backing up the swag: Joe Burrow shows out, steps up
The tricky thing about swag is, you've got to have the game to back it up. Credit Burrow and the Bengals, though; they're shrugging off the last of the Super Bowl hangover. Up next ➡️ #ATLvsCIN on FOX pic.twitter.com/IFUhYEDt7D — Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) October 17, 2022With Cincinnati's run game struggling — the Bengals only managed 75 yards Sunday — Burrow stepped up, finding six different receivers even as the Saints keyed on him. If Burrow continues to back up the swag, last year could become the norm rather than an aberration. But if Cincinnati is going to follow up on last year, it'll need to face down those challengers ... and it'll need Joe Burrow to keep on playing like Joe Burrow.wftv.com
Florida man accused of trying to rob bank with fake weapon underneath his shirt
A Florida man is accused of robbing $120 from a Chase bank by pretending to have a gun underneath his shirt, authorities said. >> Read more trending newsPaul James Sinclair, 56, of Largo, was charged with second-degree robbery, according to Pinellas County online court records. According to a news release from the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, Sinclair entered a Chase bank in unincorporated Seminole at about 1:28 p.m. EDT. The teller gave Sinclair $120 and he fled the bank, the sheriff’s office said. According to the sheriff’s office, deputies arrested Sinclair 10 minutes later in Seminole and he was booked into the Pinellas County Jail.wftv.com
Gearing Up: Equipment companies ready for post-lockout rush
“They're like, ‘Hey, he looks really good. While baseball's leading equipment companies have been in a bit of a holding pattern with their major leaguers because of the labor strife, they have been preparing to meet the anticipated rush whenever the lockout ended. “The lockout, to be honest with you, really hasn’t slowed us down,” said Ben Chase, the CEO of Chandler Bats. We've been producing pro orders all winter long regardless of where they came from.”Before COVID-19, reps from equipment companies were a frequent sight in major league clubhouses — especially during spring training. The changes they made because of COVID-19 were put to good use when the lockout disrupted the sport's usual schedule.wftv.com
Stolen backhoe used to break into Chase ATM in Chicago, police say
ATM destroyed: Thieves used a backhoe to smash at ATM at a Chase bank in Chicago. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)CHICAGO — Thieves used a large piece of construction equipment to break into an ATM in Chicago early Friday, authorities said. The backhoe was then used to destroy an ATM at the bank, located in the Rogers Park neighborhood of the city, the television station reported. (VIDEO) #chicagoFULL STORY: https://t.co/8qrVkKLxYm pic.twitter.com/H17DMh2HpK — CBS Chicago (@cbschicago) February 11, 2022The thieves then used the backhoe’s jackhammer to smash open the ATM, the television station reported. The backhoe was left in a parking lot, the television station reported.wftv.com
Police: Robber caught after trying to rob same bank again
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. — (AP) — A man suspected of robbing a Southern California bank was arrested when he returned to try and rob the same branch the following day, police said. The man entered a Chase bank in the city of Fountain Valley Monday afternoon and gave a teller a note demanding money, officials said. He fled with a “large amount of cash” before officers got to the bank, the Fountain Valley Police Department said in a statement. Late Tuesday morning, police received a call about another robbery in progress at the same Chase bank, the statement said. Responding officers arrested the 33-year-old suspect.wftv.com
How David Chase got over his fear of a Sopranos movie
“Jim and I had very little communication in those days. I thought he would be good in the role, but I didn’t want to approach it because we weren’t speaking much,” Chase said. “One day, he said, ‘What’s going on with that movie?’ I said, ‘I haven’t cast the lead character, the father; I have to do that soon.’ He said, ‘Who ya looking at?’ I told him and it was a really good, respectable actor. And he goes, ‘Oh, s---, I can’t let you do that. Alright, I’ll do it.’” And so the elder Gandolfini worked under Chase one last time before his sudden death in 2013.washingtonpost.com
Caught on camera: Libyan coast guard shoots at migrant boat
A non-profit rescue group has slammed Libya’s coast guard and the European Union after it witnessed the Libyan maritime authorities chasing a crowded migrant boat and shooting in its direction in an apparent effort to stop it from crossing the Mediterranean Sea to Europewashingtonpost.com
$50 billion accidentally deposited to Louisiana family’s bank account
Mad money A Louisiana family found that their Chase bank account had a deposit for $50 billion this week. “She says ‘Look,’ and pulls up the Chase account,” James told the television station. It was the second time this month that a person found a huge amount of money in their bank account. A Florida woman, who also had a Chase banking account, found $1 billion had been deposited to her account. After noticing the 11-figure amount in the family account, James called his bank hoping to find out how it got there.wftv.com
JPMorgan dives back into fixing health care with new venture
JPMorgan Chase will take another crack at fixing health care after a push with two other corporate giants dissolved earlier this year. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File) (Matt Rourke)JPMorgan Chase will take another crack at fixing health care after a push with two other corporate giants dissolved earlier this year. Aside from primary care, the new business also will study mental health care and ways to improve the treatment of people with chronic conditions like diabetes. Mendelson noted that all employees have the same benefits, but the company wants to address why health care outcomes can differ. Many companies have already tried fixing primary care, which is seen as a gateway to the health care system for patients and an important tool for keeping them engaged in their health.wftv.com
‘Criminal investigation’ held at home of Rochester’s mayor, Lovely Warren
Lovely Warren's home Investigators were seen at a home registered to Lovely Warren, the mayor of Rochester, New York. (Zach D Roberts/NurPhoto via Getty Images)ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A police investigation was conducted Wednesday evening at the home of Lovely Warren, the mayor of Rochester, New York, authorities said. In a brief statement to reporters, Maj. Barry Chase of the New York State Police confirmed that his department was conducting a “criminal investigation” at Warren’s home, the television station reported. He added the investigation centered around the home Warren owns, the television station reported. It is the home of Rochester’s Mayor Lovely Warren.wftv.com
GOP governor race: Who's in first depends on who's in second
The GOP gubernatorial candidate will be chosen during the party's May 8 nominating convention. Seven candidates are vying for the Republican nomination at what the GOP is calling an “unassembled convention” this Saturday. “I understand I might not be everyone's first choice,” Cox says in the ad. “She’s not anyone’s second choice. The delegates will also chose candidates for lieutenant governor and attorney general on Saturday using the same ranked-choice voting system.wftv.com
Here’s when Wells Fargo and Chase bank customers can expect their stimulus payments
ORLANDO, Fla. – Wells Fargo and Chase bank customers will not receive their stimulus payments until mid-week at the earliest. Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase told customers the $1,400 direct payments would not be processed until at least Wednesday, drawing the anger of many, especially since some people started receiving their money on Friday. Wells Fargo said it would provide all of the direct deposits “according to the effective date provided by the U.S. Treasury,” and added that it’s not holding onto the money. In a statement to FOX Business, Wells Fargo spokesperson Jim Seitz said the government will release the money in multiple phases, meaning not everyone will receive their check at the same time. AdIndividuals can again check the status of their stimulus checks via the IRS’s “Get My Payment” tool.
Space Coast’s ‘Hardest-Hitting’ K-9 breaks down barriers
TITUSVILLE, Fla. – Titusville Police K-9 “Chase” is the top dog. Chase won the Space Coast’s Hardest-Hitting K-9 competition. “Having the K-9, people can see past the uniform or the car, they can see, oh, I have a dog,” Glenn said. “Then petting the dog and seeing how friendly and sociable he is kind of breaks down a lot of barriers. “The message to kids, especially at a young age, is that we’re not anything to be scared of, or the dogs,” Glenn said.
Man accused of exposing himself to girl near Palm Bay middle school, police say
PALM BAY, Fla. – Palm Bay police say they have identified and arrested the man accused of inappropriately exposing himself to a girl near Southwest Middle School. | News 6 anchors share drama stories]Detectives say the 31-year-old approached the victim along Eldron Boulevard Friday in a black SUV. Ramos-Rodriguez asked the girl if she wanted to get into the car while exposing himself to her, according to a Palm Bay Police Department release. Palm Bay police applauded the girl for having the courage to come forward. Chase said her daughter wanted to cooperate with the police because she was afraid the suspect could expose himself to another child.
Chase Briscoe lands childhood hero Tony Stewart's No. 14
Briscoe idolized fellow Indiana native Tony Stewart and dreamed of one day driving Stewart's car. and I'd say ‘Man, the dream is to drive the 14,’" Briscoe said in an interview with The Associated Press. Much like Stewart, Briscoe is considered a blue-collar racer who lacks the family wealth needed to clear the path for an aspiring young driver. He had to earn everything on the track, yet nearly every year Briscoe's season plans were 11th hour deals. It’s why he’s ready for the NASCAR Cup Series and why we are so honored to support him.”
When COVID-19 closed Lurie’s playroom, it took away a refuge for sick children. Staffers improvised to bring toys to them — but they need your help.
Restrictive protocols meant only one parent could come, disrupting the family’s long-established routines to make hospital life easier — she now drove alone to and through the city from their home in Zion, no longer able to juggle tasks with Chase’s dad, Ben Petersen, who would get food and ensure she took care of herself too. Chase’s sister, Brooklynne, 10, also could no longer come along to the hospital, where she had gotten to know the staff.chicagotribune.com
JSO: 5 minors were in car at center of high-speed chase before police-involved shooting
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. There were five minors in a car at the center of a high-speed chase that led to a police-involved shooting, the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office told News 6 sister station News 4 Jax. The Sheriffs Office said the chase started about 11:30 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of University Boulevard and Powers Avenue. When the car hit 80 mph, according to the arrest report, the officer turned on his blue lights. According to the arrest report, the car was still going 100 mph when it hit the stop sticks. The arrest report does not even say Paige was shot, only that he was apprehended after a foot pursuit.
High-speed pursuit: Sheriff’s helicopter can’t keep up with Camaro’s speed
COCOA, Fla. – An arrest warrant has been issued for a 21-year-old man who Brevard County sheriff’s officials said nearly struck a deputy and led a 120 mph chase while driving into oncoming traffic. The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office said the warrant was ordered for Deontarrius Smith, of Cocoa. Deputies said on June 30 agents with the Gameover Task Force observed a red Camaro driving erratically and speeding through Cocoa, so assistance from the sheriff’s helicopter was requested. Officials said Smith drove into oncoming traffic while speeding, so agents ended their pursuit. According to an affidavit, the helicopter could not keep up with the Camaro’s speed.
Teens lead authorities on chase through Volusia County after attempted burglary, police say
According to a news release, Orange City Police Sergeant Jason Ward observed three subjects attempting to break into the store. Once the subjects noticed law enforcement vehicles, they got into a Black Nissan Altima and fled the scene driving southbound on North Volusia Avenue. Orange City Police Officers with the assistance of the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office successfully deployed spike strips near the intersection of Enterprise Road and South Volusia Avenue. The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office set up a perimeter and deployed a police K-9, a news release said. “The investigation also revealed the Nissan Altima was reported stolen out of Orange County on May 18,” officials said.
Credit cardholders panic as wait times to change travel stretch hours amid coronavirus pandemic
Chase's Sapphire Reserve has been named one of the best credit cards for travel by numerous experts thanks in part to its many benefits, including a $300 annual travel credit, airport lounge access and a dedicated customer support line. But this week, users took to social media to complain that Chase's customer service amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is resulting in long hold times spanning several hours. Though complaints about Chase wait times seemed to dominate Twitter, cardholders were also calling out customer service at American Express, Capital One and Bank of America, all of which have online travel booking portals for their cardmembers. But for those who booked through their credit card company's online travel portal, getting in touch with customer service to cancel or rebook has proved challenging. The customer service desk reportedly told Escobar the only refund option was a travel voucher, valid for one year.cnbc.com
New candidates join Florida D-3 congressional race
Two candidates announced this week they are running for the the Florida District 3 congressional seat a race that now boasts 16 candidates in two primaries. Ryan Chamberlin and Todd Chase both entered the race shortly after Ed Braddy, chairman of Alachua Countys Republican Party, announced he would withdraw from the race. Since 2013, the District 3 seat has been filled by Ted Yoho, who announced in December that he wouldnt run for re-election. Chase, 53, said he has a history of working for the people that he wants to take to the Congressional level. "I havent lived my life to run for Congress, but the life Ive lived has prepared me for it," he said.ocala.com
Father and son duo determined to help the homeless one meal at a time
Salt Lake City John Hansen and his 10-year-old son Chase search the streets of Salt Lake City every weekend for the perfect person to take to lunch. Their only requirement is that the person is homeless. They started Project Empathy four years ago, to share a meal with someone, listen to their story and figure out how they can help. "The homeless took me in more than the people I actually knew here," said one homeless woman named Monique. "We could and we will succeed if we have other people come out and help," Chase said.cbsnews.com
All four complaints of excessive force by Orlando Police in 2018 involved Black males
click to enlarge Photo via Orlando Police/TwitterOrlando Police received four excessive force complaints in 2018. Well, Black one is a 13-year-old boy.In the case of the Black child, OPD Officer Neal Chase kicked the boy in the chest in May 2018. Another Black man who also ignored orders the man was sitting on the ground and refused to roll over on his stomach was tased while sitting down. Another Black man, after being handcuffed on suspicion of shoplifting from a Macy's, was struck by an officer's baton three times on the legs.In February 2018, 30-year-old Jawalyn Brooks, a Black man, would not leave a downtown Orlando parking garage. Just as backup arrived, Ehlers tased Torain.Again, internal affairs investigated the officer's use of force against a suspect in a "submissive position."orlandoweekly.com
Capital One rewards will soon be redeemable on Amazon
Capital One rewards cardholders will soon be able to redeem cash back and miles via Amazon.com. The company joins American Express, Chase, Citi and Discover to provide the convenient Shop with Points redemption option to cardholders. The redemption value for cash-back credit cards will be $1 in cash rewards equals $1 on Amazon. To benefit from this new feature, you can enroll simply by adding an eligible Capital One rewards credit card to your Amazon account. Information about the Capital One credit cards has been collected independently by CNBC and has not been reviewed or provided by the issuer prior to publication.cnbc.com
ATM technology allows you to withdraw with smartphone
Bank of America joins Chase in announcing card-free technology. New ATMs will allow you to get your money with your smartphone. The move is designed to save customers' time. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the latest way technology is changing how we use money.cbsnews.com
Carjacker nabbed after high-speed chase in Denver with help from above
Carjacker nabbed after high-speed chase in Denver with help from above In Denver, a man led authorities on a violent, one-hour high-speed chase, in the middle of the morning's commute. KCNC's Kelly Werthmann reports on how a radio news helicopter helped police capture the fugitive.cbsnews.com