Justin Rogers The Detroit News Published 3:10 PM EST Jan 10, 2019 Allen Park — It's all quiet on the offensive coordinator front, so it felt like a good time to do a Detroit Lions mailbag. What is a going on with the OC search? With no news or rumors about it, I am afraid they are just going to hire from within. — @kered316 Understandably, there are a lot of questions about the offensive coordinator opening, and I'm here to tell you I know almost nothing. That's a more difficult thing for me to write than you to read, trust me. The organization is in lockdown in regards to the process, and based on the reporting of others, including those at top national outlets, they're running into the same brick walls with their sources. And coaching is almost always a trickier topic to unearth information. The circles are tighter, the agent information isn't easily accessible, so unless there's a leak from the organization or those being interviewed, we … [Read more...] about Detroit Lions mailbag: What should be done at offensive coordinator?
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Antrim's new chairman Ciaran McCavana speaks to Brendan Crossan about his hopes for the county during his stewardship. The St Enda's, Glengormley clubman wants to see Casement Park rebuilt, more progress made at Dunsilly and the Gaelfast project to flourish... BC: Were you nervous ahead of the count for the new chairman position? CMcC: I was a bit nervous at around five o’clock; I felt like I was going onto the pitch to play a championship match. But then I put it in perspective. What’s meant to be is meant to be. BC: You topped the poll with 74 votes… CMcC: I was delighted to get through after the first count because there was supposed to be two counts. I was really happy to get the majority and it gave me a boost in confidence and I hope I can bring the county together as one. BC: Give people an idea of your GAA background… McMcC: In my playing days, I wouldn’t have been known for my silky skills. Some might even say I was more of a carthorse than a … [Read more...] about New chairman Ciaran McCavana ready for the challenges that lie ahead in Antrim
KATIE Price has told friends she's planning to buy a £50,000 Range Rover - even though she can't afford it. The cash-strapped star - who recently had to borrow £22k from a pal so she could avoid being declared bankrupt - wants to treat herself to a new motor for Christmas, The Sun Online can reveal. The star had access to a £63k Range Rover when she was dating millionaire Alex Adderson - but now they're now longer together, that perk has gone out the window. Katie's famous bright pink 4x4 is damaged and not fit for her to be seen in, so she wants an upgrade. A source told us: "She’s looking for a new motor now that she can’t drive Alex’s and her pink Range Rover is damaged. "She’s bragging about finding herself a new motor and wants to spend about £50,000." Katie Price strips off to beg for toyboy Kris Boyson back Katie's friends can't see how she'll afford to buy such a costly motor and have urged her to think a little more sensibly. The pal … [Read more...] about Katie Price boasts she’s buying a £50,000 new Range Rover for Christmas after bankruptcy hell
PUBLISHED: 15:37 10 December 2018 | UPDATED: 15:37 10 December 2018 Caroline Culot Selling your home? Make sure your paperwork is in order says Sharron Tennant, from Spire solicitors. Pic: www.gettyimages.co.uk If you are thinking about selling your home in the New Year, you may want to make sure you have the right paperwork, records and certificates in place in order to make the process smoother. Being prepared for any potential enquiries will help to avoid delays along the way. Sharron Tennant, from Spire solicitors, discusses. Selling your home? Sharron Tennant, from Spire solicitors. has some pertinent advice. Pic: www.spiresolicitors.co.ukShould I throw away old papers relating to my property?It is tempting to throw away old papers when spring cleaning or thinking of moving home, but anything relating to renovation or upgrading a property should be kept safe and sound, to avoid problems and delays when you come to sell your house.If the tradesperson … [Read more...] about Thinking of selling your home in the New Year?
Christmas tech buying can be a minefield for the uninitiated, an unknown realm of jargon and specs to make you lose hope when you would rather be wrapped up in a Christmas jumper tucking into mince pies. Fortunately, our team is here to help. We have picked out the best laptops, the best mobile phones, the top speakers and coolest cameras to provide great gifts for every kind of tech lover in the family. So even if you can't separate your RAM from your megapixels, there should be something worth buying here. The Telegraph team has tried out or had exclusive first looks at hundreds of different gadgets this year. Not everything is worth your Christmas cash, and some deals look too good to be true. But if you are planning on making a tech purchase here are our favourites of the last year. Sonos One from HAY What we like about it: Sonos speakers are still some of the best smart home speakers you can buy, and now you can enjoy them in a range of exclusive colours. The … [Read more...] about The best Christmas tech gifts for 2018 chosen by our experts