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Eddie Ray Jersey Sale

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (KFSM) — A Tahlequah man was shot and killed by law enforcement following an hour-long standoff, according to our CBS affiliate News on 6.

News on 6 reports Eddie Maxwell had already shot his wife before officers arrived. He then pointed his gun at officers and himself.

The shootings took place at an apartment in the 600 block of Pamela Street around 8 p.m. Wednesday (Nov. 6).

The sister of 40-year-old Rachel Maxwell told police Rachel had just been shot in the head by her estranged husband, Eddie Ray Maxwell Sr.

The sister, not knowing where Eddie was, ran from the apartment when she called 911.

When police responded to the apartment, Eddie was found in the living room with a revolver in his hand, according to News on 6.

Tahlequah Police Chief Nate King told News on 6 that he attempted to talk Eddie down, but when it was getting nowhere he called the Cherokee Nation Marshals for help.

After the Marshals took over, King said one marshal fired multiple shots, hitting Maxwell and killing him. King said Maxwell had a gun, and the marshal had no choice but to shoot.

King says the first shot was fired by Eddie, who shot Rachel in the head at close range. King said a long and heated argument between the couple led to her murder.

“It was an eerie feeling inside the apartment,” King told News on 6. “And we’re pleading with him, trying every angle we could to get him to put the gun down. He just wasn’t having it.”

King said that Eddie kept saying he wasn’t going back, and that he believes he was referencing prison.

By the time officers were able to reach Rachel, she was already dead.

OSBI is now investigating the evidence and body camera footage from the incident.

Jerry Rush Jersey Sale

LAS VEGAS – Competing at the first PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Unleash The Beast World Finals of his career, Jared Parsonage (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan) recorded the first qualified ride of his career at the most prestigious event in bull riding Thursday night inside T-Mobile Arena, finishing tenth in Round 2.

One of two Canadians competing in Sin City, the Saskatchewan man covered Cool Customer (D&H Cattle/Flinn) for 81.5 points to collect 5 world points. Parsonage remained No. 39 in the world.

Parsonage, who was dispatched by Good Night Robicheaux (Dakota Rodeo/Chad Berger/Clay Struve/Diamond Willow/Riley Samford) in 3.52 seconds in Round 1, is now tied for 16th overall in the event.

Ahead of Friday night’s Round 3, the 26-year-old drafted Roulette (Frontier Rodeo Company) as his next bovine athlete opponent.

Dakota Buttar (Kindersley, Saskatchewan) remains on the hunt for his first qualified ride of the 2019 PBR World Finals.

After Concealed Carry (Rockin R Bucking Bulls/Jerry Rush) bested him in 1.72 seconds in Round 1, the three-time Glen Keeley Award winner nearly covered YETI PBR World Champion Bull contender Fearless (D&H Cattle/Buck Cattle/Tommy Julian) Thursday evening, but was sent to the dirt in a close 5.56 seconds.

In Round 3, Buttar selected Accelerator (Terrell/Smith).

Apart from the fierce PBR World Finals action, Thursday night’s competition also bore witness to the revealing of the initial roster selections for the 2020 WinStar World Casino and Resort PBR Global Cup USA, presented by Monster Energy.

Parsonage and Buttar, alongside Jordan Hansen (Okotoks, Alberta) were the first three picks for the new coaching staff of Scott Schiffner (Strathmore, Alberta) and Tanner Girletz (Cereal, Alberta).

Round 2 of competition also featured the first out for one of the 10 Canadian bucking bulls that were tapped to compete stateside by PBR Livestock Director Cody Lambert.

From Outlaw Buckers Rodeo Corp., Fish Camp got the better of Daylon Swearingen (Piffard, New York) in 2.33 seconds to earn a 43.75-point bull score.

In the bull pen, Round 3 will feature four Canadian bulls. Those match-ups are: Finning Lil Shorty (Flying Four Bucking Bulls) vs. Cliff Richardson (Gresford, New South Wales, Australia); Homegrown (Eno Bucking Bulls) vs. Ryan Dirteater (Hulbert, Oklahoma); Wild Child (Outlaw Buckers Rodeo Corp.) vs. Marco Eguchi (Poa, Brazil); and Happy Camper (Two Bit Bucking Bulls) vs. Luciano de Castro (Guzolandia, Brazil).

On a raucous Thursday night inside T-Mobile Arena that bore witness to three 90-point rides, 2017 PBR World Champion Jess Lockwood (Volborg, Montana) delivered a monstrous 91.5-point ride in Round 2 of the 2019 PBR Unleash The Beast World Finals to chip away at world No. 1 Jose Vitor Leme’s (Ribas do Rio Pardo, Brazil) lead atop the standings. The Montana man is now within 609.16 points of the top spot.

Prior to the on-the-dirt action, the match-up against Spotted Demon (Julio Moreno/Dallas Schott) was one that forebode a potentially career-defining moment for Lockwood. Just one year prior, the Julio Moreno bovine athlete propelled Eguchi to the Lane Frost/Brent Thurman Award, an honor given to the athlete who records the high-marked ride at the PBR World Finals, when he was covered for a massive 94 points.

Further adding to the significance of the showdown, Lockwood had twice prior failed to make the 8-second buzzer on Spotted Demon during 15/15 Bucking Battles. Lockwood was first bested in San Jose, California in 2016 in 4.67 seconds, and then sent to the dirt in 4.66 seconds in Sacramento in 2017.

This time, however, Lockwood’s grit and determination to capture his second World Championship propelled him to a qualified ride. His 11th 90-point ride of the 2019 season netted him $20,000 and a crucial 180 world points.

The world No. 2 rider cut No. 1 Leme’s lead from 789.16 points to 609.16 points.

On the World Finals event leaderboard, the 22-year-old is presently fourth as one of four riders to be a perfect 2-for-2 thus far at the most prestigious event in bull riding. In Round 1, he rode Silver Back (Mason/Smith Bucking Bulls) for 86.5 points.

Of the Top 3 contenders for the season’s World Championship, Lockwood was the lone rider to earn a qualified ride.

Leme’s bid for another 6-for-6 performance at the World Finals came to an end at the 1.9-second mark aboard Danny Boy (D&H Cattle Co./Gordon/OK Corralis) when he was marked for a slap.

Outlaw’s second qualified ride was denied when he was bucked off his re-ride bull Apper’s Mind Freak (Jo-Z Bucking Bulls/K Bar C Bucking Bulls/Spark-Lin Acres) in 4.1 seconds. Earlier in the evening, Outlaw opted to take his re-ride despite covering Magic Train (Phenom Genetics/Sankey Pro Rodeo) for 84.25 points.

Outlaw remains 1,715.83 points behind the No. 1 ranking, and is now 1,106.67 points behind No. 2 Lockwood.

Apart from the world’s Top 3, Round 2 of the 2019 PBR World Finals belonged to Cody Jesus (Window Rock, Arizona) who topped the night with a 92-point ride aboard Lil 2 Train (Jane Clark/Gene Owen).

Jesus’s fourth 90-point ride of 2019 propelled him to a $35,000 payday and garnered 300 world points. He gained two spots in the world standings, climbing from No. 20 to No. 18.

On the overall event leaderboard, Jesus is tied for first alongside Round 1 winner Eduardo Aparecido (Gouvelandia, Brazil) who was bucked off in Round 2 by Soup in a Group (Dakota Rodeo/Chad Berger/Clay Struve/Wilks Ranch) in an ever-close 6.26 seconds.

Competing for what would be his historic fourth YETI PBR World Champion Bucking Bull title, SweetPro’s Bruiser (D&H Cattle Co./Buck Cattle Co.) propelled Cody Teel (Kountze, Texas) to a third-place finish in Round 2 after being ridden for 91 points.

For Teel, the draw was a familiar one, yet resulted in a much different outcome than his prior three meetings with the bovine athlete. Facing off twice in 2017, the D&H Cattle Co. bull first bested Teel in 2.69 seconds during the Iron Cowboy Major in Arlington, Texas, only to beat him in a swifter 1.9 seconds later that year during the 15/15 Bucking Battle in Thackerville, Oklahoma. The duo then met in Duluth, Georgia in 2018. Teel nearly covered SweetPro’s Bruiser but was dispatched in 6.15 seconds

Finally reaching the 8-second buzzer, Teel collected $15,000 and 125 world points courtesy of the ride, remaining No. 6 in the world.

Teel is now 2-for-2 in Sin City and third in the overall event after riding Skeeter Peter (Owens/Smith) for 88.25 points on the opening night of competition.

Fourth in Round 2, and another flawless rider inside T-Mobile Arena, is first-time World Finals rider Richardson. As the first rider to explode from the chutes, the newly minted Team Australia rider for the 2020 PBR Global Cup USA, set the evening’s tone early, riding Cochise (Jane Clark/Gene Owen) for 89.5 points.

Richardson earned $10,000 and 95 world points, allowing him to climb from No. 36 to No. 32 in the world standings.

Rounding out the Top 5 in Round 2 was Matt Triplett (Columbia Falls, Montana) who covered Magic Poison (Frontier Rodeo Company) for 89.25 points, collecting $6,000 and 75 world points. He climbed one spot in the world standings to No. 16.

Recording the eighth-best score of the second round, Rookie of the Year contender Alan de Souza (Taubate, Brazil) is the final rider to be flawless thus far.

His Round 2 ride was earned aboard Texas Comfort Air’s First Blood (Cooper/Scruggs Bucking Bulls) for 86.5 points to collect 25 world points. He climbed from No. 26 to No. 25 in the world, yet remains ninth in the Rookie of the Year race.

Making his World Finals debut as an alternate after two-time PBR World Champion J.B. Mauney (Statesville, North Carolina) was unable to compete after dislocating his shoulder in Round 1, Junio Quaresima (Meridiano, Brazil) was the top performer in the race amongst the first-year pros.

Quaresima covered Ain’t Easy Being Me (D&H Cattle/Craig Moore) for 87 points to finish sixth in Round 2 and net $3,000 and 50 world points.

Mason Taylor (Maypearl, Texas) was the only other rookie contender to reach the 8 seconds, scoring 85.75 points atop Classic Man (Humpz and Hornz/Megan Ibrahimi) to conclude Round 2 ninth and collect 10 world points.

Third in the race, Taylor now trails standings leader Dalton Kasel (Muleshoe, Texas), bested by Oz (TNT Bucking Bulls/Hart Cattle Co.) in 3.9 seconds, by 641.25 points.

Paralleling the fierce World Championship and Rookie of the Year races, the intensity was ratcheted up in the bid to be crowned the 2019 YETI PBR World Champion Bucking Bull.

Heartbreak Kid (D&H Cattle/Buck Cattle/Erwin Cattle) climbed from No. 4 to tie for No. 2 in the standings after earning a World Finals best 46.5-point bull score for his swift 1.32-second buckoff of Lucas Divino (Nova Crizas, Brazil). He now trails No. 1 Smooth Operator (Dakota Rodeo/Julie Rosen/Clay Struve/Chad Berger) by 0.22 points after beginning the night 0.28 points back.

Smooth Operator was marked 46.25 points during his first trip at the PBR World Finals to retain his No. 1 ranking. The bovine athlete bested Dylan Smith (Ararat, Virginia) in 6.99 seconds.

No. 2 Smooth Wreck (Dakota Rodeo/Chad Berger/Clay Struve/Diamond Willow) was marked 45.5 points for his 3.92 seconds worth of work against reigning Rookie of the Year Keyshawn Whitehorse (McCracken Springs, Utah), while now No. 4 Fearless was scored 44.25 points when he bucked off Buttar in 5.56 seconds. Fearless is now 0.45 points behind No. 1 Smooth Operator.

SweetPro’s Bruiser remains No. 5 in the race after earning a 44.25-point score in his trip with Teel. He is 0.64 points removed from the top spot.

The 2019 PBR World Finals continue with Round 3 on Friday, November 8 beginning at 7:40 p.m. PT inside T-Mobile Arena.

Fans can relive all the action from Round 2 starting at 8:00 a.m. ET on Friday, November 8 on or via the mobile app.

PBR Unleash The Beast
2019 PBR Unleash The Beast World Finals
T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas, Nevada

Event Leaders (Round 1-Round 2-Round 3-Round 4-Round 5-Round 6-Event Aggregate-Event Points)

Cody Jesus, 0-92-0-0-0-0-92.00-300 Points.
(tie). Eduardo Aparecido, 91.25-0-0-0-0-0-91.25-300 Points.

Cody Teel, 88.25-91-0-0-0-0-179.25-220 Points.
Jess Lockwood, 86.5-91.5-0-0-0-0-178.00-215 Points.
Chase Outlaw, 88.5-0-0-0-0-0-88.50-152.5 Points.
(tie). Dalton Kasel, 88.5-0-0-0-0-0-88.50-152.5 Points.

Cliff Richardson, 85.75-89.5-0-0-0-0-175.25-105 Points.
Jose Vitor Leme, 88-0-0-0-0-0-88.00-75 Points.
(tie). Matt Triplett, 0-89.25-0-0-0-0-89.25-75 Points.

Junio Quaresima, 0-87-0-0-0-0-87.00-50 Points.
(tie). Leandro Machado, 87.25-0-0-0-0-0-87.25-50 Points.

Luciano De Castro, 0-86.75-0-0-0-0-86.75-35 Points.
Ryan Dirteater, 86-0-0-0-0-0-86.00-25 Points.
(tie). Alan de Souza, 79.25-86.5-0-0-0-0-165.75-25 Points.

Mason Taylor, 0-85.75-0-0-0-0-85.75-10 Points.
Alisson De Souza, 79.75-0-0-0-0-0-79.75-5 Points.
(tie). Jared Parsonage, 0-81.5-0-0-0-0-81.50-5 Points.

Rubens Barbosa, 0-71.25-0-0-0-0-71.25
João Ricardo Vieira, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Cooper Davis, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Marco Eguchi, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Derek Kolbaba, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Daylon Swearingen, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Ezekiel Mitchell, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Lucas Divino, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Claudio Montanha Jr., 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Stetson Lawrence, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Cody Nance, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Taylor Toves, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Dakota Buttar, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

J.B. Mauney, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Joe Frost, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Keyshawn Whitehorse, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Michael Lane, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Brady Fielder, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Dylan Smith, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Scottie Knapp, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Colten Jesse, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Ramon de Lima, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Ouncie Mitchell, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Austin Richardson, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Daniel Tinsman, 0-0-0-0-0-0-0.00

Brennan Scarlett Jersey Sale

For the 321st time, Tom Brady will step onto an NFL gridiron on Sunday. The New England Patriots quarterback will face the Houston Texans for the 12th time — an opponent he historically does well against (10-1).

There is no denying, on the Texans’ end, that playing against Brady is special. The 42-year-old is widely considered to be the greatest of all time, and continues to play at a high level.

Texans outside linebacker Brennan Scarlett knows the mystique Brady brings to the field, and that the Houston defense will have to work against it.

“I think everybody in the league respects Tom Brady as a great quarterback,” Scarlett said. “As one of the greatest players to play this game. So, you know, it just puts that much more pressure on us to prepare this week and go out there and execute.”

On the season, Brady has passed for 2,942 yards, 15 touchdowns and five interceptions on a 62.2% completion rate, good for an 88.5 passer rating. His Patriots stand at an AFC-best 10-1.

What makes Brady so good, despite his age?

“In order to be that great of a quarterback, you have to be cerebral and you got to know what’s going on the field pre-snap and post-snap,” said Scarlett. “And, I think he’s probably one of the best doing it or that has done it.”

The Texans are no stranger to Brady’s abilities. Two years ago, he led a last-minute comeback to give Deshaun Watson his first defeat as a starter. The next season, his Patriots cruised to a win in the regular season opener.

Brady has Houston’s number.

If the Texans want to extract revenge, Scarlett and the rest of the pass-rush will need to step-up. With Brady playing behind a subpar offensive line, he is susceptible to pressure. Romeo Crennel’s defense must dial-up the pressure.

Jerron McMillian Jersey Sale

The NFL fined Green Bay Packers safety Jerron McMillian $21,000 for his hit on Martellus Bennett in Sunday’s 38-10 loss to the New York Giants. McMillan believes that happened because of the way Bennett behaved on the field.

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“I guess it’s for the well-being of whoever was down, because I guess he was crying and whatnot,” McMillian told on Thursday. “I guess something was wrong with him, but it was a clean hit. I think they more so threw the flag because of his reaction instead of the actual contact.”

McMillian isn’t the first to have this complaint. Some players believe the NFL often fines on the result of a hit rather than the contact itself.

“(The coaches) said, ‘I don’t know what else to tell you. I don’t want to change anything different about what you did,’ ” McMillian said. ” ‘You lowered your target, you led with your shoulder, it wasn’t helmet to helmet.’

“I don’t know what (the referees) are looking for me to do. I can’t pull up, I’m already coming full speed. You can’t just stop.”

Bennett was hit in the end zone a moment after an Eli Manning pass sailed by him.

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The Packers have had a player fined three weeks in a row, leading McMillian to float a conspiracy theory.

“I think (the NFL) has got a hit out on us,” McMillian said. “We’re trying to play a physical football game, and it calls to be physical in this game of football. Just to have rules and regulations on to how and to where to hit a player, it’s hard.

“You want to go all out, you want to leave everything on the field, but that’s a little bit of an aspect of the game they’re trying to take away. They’re trying to take it away.”

Those are a lot of accusations from the rookie. But 21 stacks is a lot of cash for a fourth-round draft pick. We can understand his frustration.

Wesley Duke Jersey Sale

Pintor, inventor, escultor, matemático, arquiteto e cientista, o italiano Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) é um dos maiores mestres do Renascimento e seus estudos influenciam até hoje o desenvolvimento científico da humanidade.

Para celebrar todo esse legado, a Biblioteca Nacional recebe a exposição “Alma do Mundo – Leonardo 500 anos”, com obras raras, livros, vídeos, trabalhos de novos artistas que dialogam com esse gênio e muito mais. E o melhor: é TUDO 0800!

Autorretrato de Leonardo da Vinci
Crédito: Divulgação -Biblioteca Nacional
O autorretrato de Leonardo da Vinci é uma das obras em destaque na exposição
Com curadoria de Marco Lucchesi, presidente da Academia Brasileira de Letas e estudioso da obra de Da Vinci, a mostra teve forte influência do livro “A Divina Proporção”, de Luca Pacioli, que aborda a questão da tridimensionalidade com 60 ilustrações do próprio mestre renascentista.

Esse livro do século 15 foi restaurado recentemente e está entre as 70 obras do acervo da Biblioteca Nacional que foram trazidas por D. João em 1808, com a chegada da Família Real ao Brasil.

A proposta da exposição é apresentar ao público um lado menos conhecido de Da Vinci, relacionando seus estudos e obras com a geometria fractal contemporânea, a matemática dos fluxos e a técnica de conservação de cadáveres.

Gravura que reproduz o quadro A Última Ceia de Leonardo Da Vinci
Crédito: Divulgação -Biblioteca Nacional
A exposição “Alma do Mundo – Leonardo 500 Anos” reúne 78 obras, entre gravuras, ilustrações, vídeos e outros materiais sobre o gênio Renascentista
Um vídeo do IMPA (Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada), por exemplo, apresenta como a tela da “Monalisa”, a partir de movimentos lentos baseados em princípios matemáticos de fluxos, vai se transformando em um sapo e em várias outras figuras.

Já o Instituto Fractarte de São Paulo apresenta vídeos brilhantes de explosões fractais, resultado de um cálculo de mais de 10 trilhões de sinais. Isso se relaciona à obra de Leonardo porque ele imaginava uma espécie de fim do mundo a partir de uma grande explosão.

estudo de simetria para A Monalisa de Leonardo da Vinci
Crédito: Divulgação -Biblioteca Nacional
A exposição sobre Leonardo Da Vinci foi inspirada no livro “A Divina Proporção”, de Luca Pacioli, que aborda a questão da tridimensionalidade na obra do renascentista
Outras atrações são fósseis humanos plastinados, trazidos do Museu de Ciência e de Vida da Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, que evidenciam os estudos de anatomia dos quais Da Vinci foi precursor e revelam a relação entre arte e ciência.

A exposição ainda exibe obras de artistas contemporâneos que dialogam de diferentes maneiras com o trabalho do renascentista, como Israel Pedrosa, Roberto Moriconi, Wesley Duke Lee, Pietrina Cecchaci, Ana Maria Maiolino, Angelo Venosa, Nazareno, Valtercio Caldas e Amador Perez.

Estudo para engenhoca inventada por Leonardo Da Vinci
Crédito: Divulgação -Biblioteca Nacional
A exposição é gratuita e fica em cartaz até fevereiro de 2020
A exposição “Alma do Mundo – Leonardo 500 anos” pode ser conferida gratuitamente até 28 de fevereiro de 2020, com visitação às segundas, das 12h às 17h; de terça a sexta, das 10h às 17h; e aos sábados, das 10h30 às 14h30 (entrada permitida até 30 minutos antes do fechamento.