Editor’s note: Every Friday during the season, “Tweets You Might Have Missed” presents eight of the best NASCAR-related tweets from the week. 1.2. 3. 126.96.36.199.8.Ok… I guess she wants to go fishing at 9:30amud83dude02ud83cudfa3 pic.twitter.com/0NRJLbTdm1— Paige (@PaigeKeselowski) March 30, 2017
Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling. Eli Mooneyham As the Cleveland Browns return home from London, there are many rumors circling around the team. After consecutive 0-8 starts in back-to-back seasons, the team is looking to make moves wherever they see fit.That begs the question everyone wants to ask: Where are the Browns going to make changes?Cleveland is lacking in nearly every area, with their offense being nonexistent in most contests and their coaching staff making confusing decisions weekly. Heck, the only good thing to rave about this team is the defense, who gets left out to dry for three-fourths of the game due to a failure to score points consistently. With all of that brings the question marks that surround Hue Jackson and company.Jackson is 1-23 and is failing to gain any support from fans at this point, though he claims that he still has the backing of Jimmy and Dee Haslam. He has not only been put in a situation where he needs to create the entirety of his talent, but he also must work with a front office that knows more about baseball than football. Jackson has also been reportedly overruled on drafting quarterbacks early in the last two drafts by the front office led by Sashi Brown and Paul DePodesta, leading everyone to wonder how cohesive the front office in Cleveland really is and if everyone truly is on the same page.That’s downright ridiculous. Things like that invoke change. But where?According to a report by Ian Rapaport, the Browns are going to make personnel changes. The report doesn’t say whose job is safe and whose isn’t but it does mention that none of the personnel moves will involve firing Hue Jackson. Take that for what it’s worth, as Jimmy Haslam is not the most patient man in town. But if Hue is safe for now, that means the next move will be helping him finally produce wins. That means acquiring proven talent.The moves the Browns should make start at the wide receiver position, as there are a few options there. The Indianapolis Colts are looking to move T.Y. Hilton for the price of a second-round pick. The Browns have a slew of picks, including the Houston Texans’ second-round pick acquired in the Brock Osweiler trade. What would be a better move than to acquire a top-notch wide-out for a pick that has no guarantee will be a starter?If the Browns aren’t willing to make the move for Hilton or want to make two moves (crazy, I know), they can scoop a disgruntled Martavis Bryant from the Pittsburgh Steelers and slide the Steelers a fifth or sixth-round pick. In the span of a week, the Browns would have an actual wideout corps by two proven guys. It makes sense and with both guys longing for a change of scenery, you will get two guys looking to make a point with their new team.In reality, this is a huge bye week for the Browns front office. Make a move, save your job. Stay idle and watch, then wonder where your job security sits at with the boss. Related TopicsDeShone KizerHue JacksonJimmy HaslamMartavis BryantT.Y. Hilton
The Alaska State Troopers posted on their facebook: “We appreciate the United States Marshals Service and Anchorage Police Department joining us to make Alaska’s first year a success.” Individual numbers for the Kenai Peninsula were not immediately available. This is not only Alaska State Troopers’ first year participating, but the first year law enforcement agencies from Alaska joined the SWEEP. 2015 marked the 13th year for the nationwide Family Violence Warrant SWEEP. In 2014, 249 agencies from 26 states participated in the SWEEP resulting in 3,700 attempts to serve arrest warrants and 999 arrests made. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska State Troopers made 26 arrests of people with warrants related to family violence statewide as part of a one-day sweep in collaboration with the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. In the last 12 years, a total of 55,099 warrant service attempts were made and 11,701 warrants were served. The SWEEP is a day-long event in which law enforcement agencies across the United States attempt to serve outstanding family-violence warrants. On October 21, more than 40 Troopers, Marshals, and Court Services Officers took part in the statewide detail for the first time. Arrests were attempted in every detachment across the state. There were 147* warrant service attempts with a total of 26* arrests made.