April 22, 2024

WATCH: Derek Carr Screamed at by Saints Teammates as Frustrations Boil Over

The Saints got a somewhat unexpectedly tough fight from the 1-11 Panthers on Sunday, and some of the Saints players took out their frustrations on each other. After Derek Carr took a sack on a critical 3rd and short play, Saints center Erik McCoy decided to let Carr hear it. Oh boy.. the #Saints players

Derek Chauvin’s Request for Another Trial in George Floyd’s Murder Rejected

Former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin’s appeal for another trial was rejected on Monday, the news coming after he was sentenced to over 20 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. The Minnesota Court of Appeals made the decision regarding the request for a trial to occur outside Hennepin County, the Star Tribune reported:

Saints’ Derek Carr reveals Raiders only allowed him to talk with one team for potential trade before release

New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr opened up about the last few days of his time with the Las Vegas Raiders and said he was willing to be traded from the team. Carr was released from Las Vegas after the franchise failed to find the right suitor in a trade. Carr had a no-trade clause […]

Dershowitz: Derek Chauvin Conviction Should Be Reversed on Appeal

ANDREW INNERARITY/REUTERS Renowned defense attorney and Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said Tuesday that the conviction of former Minneapolis, Minnesota, police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd should be overturned on appeal because of the public intimidation of the jury and the judge’s refusal to sequester the jury. Dershowitz noted…

‘Bye B*tch Have Fun in Prison!!’: Hollywood Stars Celebrate Derek Chauvin Verdict

Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars took to social media Tuesday after Derek Chauvin was found guilty in the death of George Floyd. The Minnesota jury found Chauvin guilty of second-degree manslaughter, second-degree murder and third-degree murder. Hollywood stars, including Chris Evans and Michael Moore, chimed in to express their adamancy that justice had been served…

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