T.O. misses flight to camp GEORGETOWN, Ky. -- Terrell Owens missed his flight but got his number. When he finally makes it to town -- a little late -- he'll be wearing his familiar 81. The Cincinnati Bengals' latest addition missed his overnight flight from the West Coast and had to ... 07/30/2010 - 1:02 am | View Link
Bengals WR Terrell Owens Misses Flight; Chad Ochocinco Says It'll Be Very Disappointing To Miss Super Bowl Bengals newest wide receiver, and eventual Hall of Famer, Terrell Owens missed a red eye flight from Los Angeles to Cincinnati ... short of a Super Bowl will be very disappointing.” On T.O. changing coverages that he'll see: “The whole point is I ... 07/28/2010 - 11:39 pm | View Link
Terrell Owens Misses His Flight, Bengals Reschedule Press Conference Terrell Owens first day as a Cincinnati Bengal is getting off to a rough start. Apparently T.O. missed an early morning flight which will now cause him to miss the Bengals morning practice. The Bengals also had a press conference planned for his arrival. 07/28/2010 - 11:22 pm | View Link
T.O. arrives at camp fashionably late Owens missed an overnight flight ... T.O.-and-Ocho era. ''It's a circus,'' Palmer said. ''Him and Chad, them being them. It's funny. I was laughing.'' Palmer knows that Owens has a reputation for turning on his quarterback. Owens got a chance to join the ... 07/28/2010 - 2:00 pm | View Link
Terrell Owens Misses Plane, Jimmy Clausen, Antonio Gates Ink Deals Here’s what else is going on around the league in terms of NFL Training Camp news… The long-awaited debut of controversial wide receiver Terrell Owens with the Cincinnati Bengals is slated ... Stay tuned for the latest T.O. news and his much ... 07/28/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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The new Philippine president uses an expletive to warn key ally Barack Obama not to lecture him on human rights and, in another impromptu speech, declares a dramatic policy change in policy such as removing U. S. counterterrorism forces out of his country's volatile south.
HEMPSTEAD, N. Y. ― Republicans who wondered whether a teleprompter-less Donald Trump could retain the self-discipline of the previous month without a script to read from got their answer Monday night.
Gone was “normalized” Trump, and back came primary-season, talk-over-everybody, blustery, word-salad Trump. And it didn’t even take 10 minutes for it to start, with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton needling Trump about the $14 million in loans he received from his father on which to build his business.
Trump retorted that he had been given “a very small loan” from his father, and then went into an extended ramble that touched on other countries taking American jobs, Mexico’s value added tax, bad trade deals, the $20 trillion national debt, and on and on.
“I will bring back jobs, you can’t bring back jobs,” Trump stated flatly, just a few minutes after defending the statement he’d made prior to the 2008-09 financial crisis that he hoped there would be a housing crash so he could make money.
HEMPSTEAD, N. Y. ― Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton easily made it through Monday night’s presidential debate ― perhaps to the amazement and chagrin of her detractors, many of whom doubted she was healthy enough to do so.
Her Republican rival, Donald Trump, has long questioned whether Clinton is healthy enough to be president, saying she is “low energy” and needs to take naps.
Ford Motor Co. went on the defensive during Monday night’s presidential debate after Republican nominee Donald Trump claimed the automaker planned to send “thousands of jobs” to Mexico.
“Our jobs are fleeing the country. They are going to Mexico,” Trump said during his first answer of the first debate. “So, Ford is leaving ― thousands of jobs.