A bonus for NFL fans in Week 16: 4 straight days of games
They do have a sack in an NFL-record 71 straight games and have sacked Philip Rivers 15 times during seven games while he played for the Chargers. Rivers has had two or more TD passes in five straight games. He had career bests of 10 catches for 163 yards last week, and Ridley's seven 100-yard games lead the NFL. The 19 straight seasons without losing both games to a divisional opponent is an NFL record. The Jaguars have allowed at least 24 points in each of those 13 games, an NFL record.
Training camps have a different feel in this age of COVID-19
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. From the antimicrobial mist the Denver Broncos strolled through on their way to the practice fields to the hand-held whistles for masked-up coaches, NFL training camps have a very different look and feel this year. What it does is it really creates less of an opportunity for those guys to make our football team. Were going to have to find guys with the expanded practice squad, which we have spots for four veterans. Were going to have to find the right guys to be able to expand the practice squad with, Elway said. We have to appeal to their intelligence, their pride, their responsibility that, hey, this is different, Fangio said.
Kentucky attorney general asks FBI to investigate former Governor Matt Bevin's pardons
Kentucky's attorney general has asked the FBI to formally investigate former Governor Matt Bevin's controversial pardons, two state legislators said Thursday. Last month, federal law enforcement sources confirmed to CBS News that the FBI is looking into the pardons. Melinda Mills, the sister of Baker's victim Donald Mills, told CBS Eastern Kentucky affiliate WMYT, that the family is hoping for some closure. FBI looking into pardons by ex-Kentucky governor Matt BevinMills said she hopes Baker will end up in jail after the investigation. The mother of that child, who asked to remain anonymous to protect her family, told CBS News that she wishes she'd been warned that her daughter's rapist was going free.cbsnews.com
WATCH: Texas attorneys' songful strategy on how to avoid pot convictions
Drew Angerer/Getty ImagesA pair of Texas attorneys on Monday dropped a new single that probably won't make the Billboard's Hot 100 but could keep Texans' records spotless. The song by attorneys Will Hutson and Chris Harris explains the implications of House Bill 1325, which took effect in June. With distinct similarities in the two substances, "some people are saying that Texas sort of accidentally decriminalized possession of small amounts of pot," the attorneys said on their YouTube channel. "As lawyers, we will never advise anybody to break the law," the attorneys wrote. If you are in possession of cannabis in Texas, don't volunteer your opinion as to what it is.