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In a surprise move, the Seahawks opened the game with their third different starting center in three weeks, going with rookie Damien Lewis in place of the injured Ethan Pocic and Kyle Fuller.
Fuller started against the Rams with Pocic out with a concussion, but he suffered a high ankle sprain in the first half last week. He made it through the game but was listed as questionable this week, and Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that he would be available “if we need him.’’
That seemed to hint at other plans at center, though the choice of Lewis was surprising.
Lewis, a third-round pick out of LSU, started the first nine games at right guard and has never started a game at center. Lewis played solely guard during his two years at LSU as well as his two seasons at Northwest Mississippi Community College.
The Seahawks activated Phil
John Lewis considered suing then-all-white Troy State College after being rejected from the Alabama university as a teenager in 1957.
More than 60 years later, Lewis, the late civil rights icon, longtime Georgia congressman and Troy native, has his name on one of Troy University’s dorms as the university on Friday renamed Bibb Graves Hall — named after the late Alabama governor who won election in 1926 with the help of the Ku Klux Klan — to John Robert Lewis Hall in a ceremony attended by some of Lewis’ family, Troy University officials and two Alabama congresswomen.
“To see this happen in his hometown of Troy, in a city where he was once denied his basic right to education, he would have been overcome with pride and gratefulness,” said Lewis’ nephew, Jerrick Lewis. “My uncle would have been proud to have his name displayed on this building, and he would’ve
For Britain’s leading golfers there is a familiar route taken across the Atlantic to test their talents on the strongest and most lucrative circuit in the world.
England’s Tom Lewis is the latest to commit to America as he searches for a breakthrough that would, at last, allow him to fulfil massive potential.
Despite flashes of genuine quality, the 29-year-old has still to fully realise his spectacular early promise. It helped him lead the 2011 Open at Royal St George’s as the first amateur to shoot 65 in the Championship’s history.
Since then, Lewis – who was named after Tom Watson, with whom he played during that famous round at Sandwich – has won twice on the European Tour without becoming the force that was anticipated.
Now he has concluded he must fully commit to the PGA Tour to find out the full extent of his talents. This week Lewis
Lewis Hamilton went down in history on Sunday by smashing through Michael Schumacher’s all-time Formula 1 win record at the Portuguese Grand Prix.
He finished more than 25 seconds ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas.
Hamilton said on social media that breaking the record was beyond his wildest dreams.
In his 14-year F1 career, Hamilton has had loads of big moments and highlights – but here are five of the best ones…
1. F1 win record
Lewis Hamilton has now won 92 races, 1 more than Michael Schumacher whose record he equalled earlier in October.
Schumacher set that record 14 years ago, and lots of people thought it would never be beaten.
But now people are talking about Hamilton taking the sport into new realms and
Lewis Hamilton has unveiled eight sexy songs that will appear on his debut album.
The Formula 1 star has shown off his wild side with his first foray into music, as he previewed eight songs – which talk about drinking too much, sleeping with women and pulling on a night out – to fans on Instagram Live after spending a decade working in the studio.
In one track, he sings: “I knew it from the moment you walked through the door, you the one.
“I only saw you one time baby, I want more. You can have your way if you treat me right, I’m sure.”
And in another, the champion driver adds: “All night I’ve been drinking way too much.
“This girl I’m leaving with ain’t come with us. So run that body by me once again. This time in my bed, I’m always