Algerian Human Rights NGO Denounce Brutal Arrest of SubSaharan Migrants

Casablanca – The Algerian League for the Defense of Human Rights (LADHH) has denounced the “brutal arrest of Sub-Saharan migrants prior to their expulsion from Algeria.This came after Algerian authorities arrested 1,400 sub-Saharan migrants in the Algerian capital in less than a week.The NGO estimates 1,400 sub-Saharan migrants arrested in the Algerian capital in less than a week and placed in detention camps in Algiers or taken to Tamanrasset in the extreme south of the country for deportation. The League also notes that these heavy-handed arrests extended to foreigners in normal migration situations in Algeria. These arrests were not followed by any explanation from the authorities and LADDH criticized these detentions as taking the form of a “raid.”In the wake of the hunt for these migrants, a senior Algerian official accused sub-Saharan nationals of spreading AIDS in Algeria. Farouk Ksentini, president of the National Consultative Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (CNCPPDH), has gone so far as to say to a local newspaper that “these diseases are considered habitual and normal in those communities,” referring to the sub-Saharan community in Algeria. read more

Pillays security advisor here

Previously, Mathai had a long list of appointments in the field of security, Chief of the Middle East Region at UN Department of Safety and Security at UN Headquarters in New York, Chief Security Advisor at UN International Independent Investigation Commission in Lebanon, Security Coordination Officer at Office of the UN Security Coordinator in New York, Country Security Advisor at United Nations, Iraq and Chief of Security at UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo.  (Colombo Gazette) The Chief Security Advisor to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay was in Sri Lanka ahead of the scheduled visit by Pillay to the country.During his stay Abraham Mathai and his team visited the east and called on the Commander Eastern Naval Area, Rear Admiral Rohan Amarasinghe this week and held cordial discussions on a range of topics which were of mutual interest, the Navy said today. Mathai manages security operations of the Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR ) world-wide and as a member of the senior management team, he participates in organising policy issues. read more

UN envoy voices concern over rocket attacks from southern Lebanon

On numerous occasions, both in reports to the Security Council and various statements, the UN has called on the Lebanese Government to exercise its control over all of its territory, said Staffan de Mistura, the Personal Representative of Secretary-General Kofi Annan for Southern Lebanon, in a statement from Beirut.In a briefing to the Security Council yesterday, Terje Roed-Larsen, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East, also mentioned the incidents of firing from inside the Lebanese territory.”So far this year, there have been at least six incidents of firing of rockets from within the Lebanese territory apparently directed across the Blue Line,” said Mr. de Mistura, adding that Monday’s incident was the third firing in the past six weeks.While noting that Beirut has committed itself “to halt such infringements and have attempted to identify and arrest the alleged perpetrators,” he urged the Lebanese Government to “redouble its efforts to ensure that such dangerous violations cease immediately.”He also called on all parties “to do their utmost to continue the relative calm that still exists and remind them that one violation does not justify another.” read more

Governments becoming more effective in tackling illegal logging UN reports

“By focusing on success stories it is really the first study of its kind to outline remedial actions instead of just dwelling on the problem of illegal logging,” UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) forest expert Eva Muller said.Best Practices for Improving Law Compliance in the Forest Sector, a joint report of FAO and the UN-sponsored International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), highlights successful efforts to combat illegal logging in 11 countries: Bolivia, Cambodia, Cameroon, Ecuador, Honduras, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Mozambique, Nicaragua and Peru.Measures include the enrolment in Ecuador of independent professional foresters to ensure that operators are complying with laws and regulations, the promotion in Cambodia of a system in which local communities own and manage forests, helping to limit forest crime, and Gambia’s streamlining of harvesting guidelines, making it easier for small-scale forest operators to comply with regulations and abide by the law.Although it is too early to quantify the success of the highlighted measures, some are producing visible improvements, ITTO expert Steven Johnson said. “By sharing these successful case studies, ITTO and FAO hope to provide guidance to other countries wrestling with the problem of illicit logging,” he added.FAO’s most recent Global Forest Resources Assessment found that while the world’s rate of net forest loss is slowing, deforestation is still happening at an alarmingly high rate – about 13 million hectares per year. Most of that loss occurs as a result of forests being converted to agricultural land, but illegal logging plays a role too.According to World Bank estimates, governments lose revenues totalling around $5 billion annually as a result of illegal logging; overall losses to national economies of timber producing countries add up to an additional $10 billion per year.Beyond financial impacts, illegal logging also leads to unsustainable forest management, distorts timber markets and can exacerbate income disparities, note FAO and the ITTO. read more

LNH PSG stopped in Montpellier

8.Nantes8323242:2358 1.Paris SG8701270:21414 LNHMontpellier handballparis saint germain 6.Nimes8413253:2549 4.Cesson Rennes8512207:20811 2.Montpellier8602260:22812 10.Toulouse8224227:2186 ← Previous Story Tremblay sign Mladen Bojinović until summer 2017! Next Story → Olsson after PSG defeat: “32 goals… too much” 9.Dunkerque8314215:2187 14.Chartres8017199:2431 3.St. Raphael8602229:22012 11.Ivry8305221:2406 13.Tremblay8107194:2182 Paris Saint Germain suffered the first defeat in the LNH season 2015/2016! The biggest rival Montpellier Handball stopped “invicible” super team from the City of Lights – 32:31. The hero of triumph was a goalkeeper Vincent Gerard who saved 19 balls. In his team, Bonnefond netted seven goals, while on the other sided, Hansen and Narcisse scored six goals each, but that wasn’t enough to prevent their team from losing the derby match.Montpellier : Gérard (19 saves), Toumi (2/2), Simonet (5/6), Dolenec (3/8), Guigou (1/3), Borges (2/3), Bonnefond (7/12), Fabregas (4/4), Gajic (5/9), Macksovsek (2/2), Gaber (1/1)PSG : Omeyer (10 saves), Annonay (2 save), Mollgaard (2/3), Vori (2/3), Kounkoud (1/1), Barachet (4/8), Abalo (3/3), Hansen (6/10), Narcisse (6/7), Honrubia (1/2), N. Karabatic (3/8), M’Tima (3/7)VIDEO:LNH D1 2015-2016 J08 MONTPELLIER PARIS by LNHSTANDINGS: 12.Aix8134228:2505 7.Chambery Savoie8413229:2249 5.Creteil8422229:23310 read more

Premier talks TCI future at Business Outlook

first_img Seven speakers featured at FortisTCI Business Outlook Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#FortisTCIBusinessOutlook, #magneticmedianews, #tcibusinessoutlookasuccess Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, May 1, 2017 – Providenciales – TCI BUSINESS OUTLOOK is looking good after its first edition yesterday.  A smashing success it seems as rave reviews continue to come for the TCI Business Outlook staged at the Shore Club Resort by FortisTCI and its sponsors.Seven timely topics covered by seven highly experienced, skilled and knowledgeable leaders in government, corporate, diplomatic, tourism and energy sectors.    A capacity crowd for the event, with varying sectors from around the country represented in the room.We heard from a millennial and an executive of one of the sponsors of the TCI Business Outlook, Darron Hillaire of FLOW.    “To extract or at least create more events as such for our community, because it allows us to be drawn into a pool of conversations that we need to be having as far as investment is concerned, as far as commerce is concerned, as far as business is concerned.    One of the speakers actually spoke to the changing frame of business, our millennials, and the needs and expectations and skills and just the personality that they’re bringing into business.”The full day Outlook was carried live on 4News, as Digicel was also a sponsor.#MagneticMediaNews#FortisTCIbusinessoutlook#tcibusinessoutlookasuccesslast_img read more

TTD seeks bankers help to deal with accumulated coins soiled

first_imgTirumala: TTD special Officer, A V Dharma Reddy on Sunday reviewed with the Bankers on the issues related to Parakamani, the sorting and counting of the offerings made in the Hundi in Lord Venkateswara temple. Explaining on the functioning of Parakamani wing, the SO placed before the bank officials some long pending issues like the stagnation of Indian coins, Foreign Coins currencies, cut notes, soiled notes etc.offered by the pilgrims in Srivari Hundi. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us He said although the Federal and Andhra Banks have been doing the counting and transporting of coins on a day-to-day basis, still, there are accumulated stocks of coins and he sought other banks also to come forward to find a solution to the coins. He also appealed to bank representatives to provide support in the task of handling the clearance of cut notes, foreign notes and coins, soiled notes, foreign cheques and current Indian coins and come out with a concrete solution after negotiating with their Bank Heads in a week’s time. Also Read – TDP flays government for sand problems Advertise With Us Reddy exhorted the banks to extend support as a part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) agenda as the TTD was engaged in many social and welfare activities apart from its religious activities. The SO also informed the Bank officials to enhance the remunerations of the out-sourced workers in the Laddu counters maintained by them and also asked the bank officials to ensure prompt staff attendance at the laddu counters. TTD FACAO Ravi Prasadudu, DyEo Parakamani Venkataiah, DyEO Treasury Devendra Babu participated in the meeting.last_img read more

Global stocks gain on oil boost dollar fades vs yen

first_imgGlobal equity markets advanced Friday, buoyed by a jump in oil prices, but were lower for the week as the dollar gave up early gains against the yen.Stocks on Wall Street and in Europe were lifted by energy names, with Brent and U.S. crude oil jumping more than 6 percent as drawdowns in U.S. crude stocks fed hopes a punishing global glut that has persisted for nearly two years may be nearing a tipping point.Global benchmark Brent crude futures LCOc1 jumped 6.4 percent to settle at $41.94 per barrel, scoring their biggest weekly gain in five. U.S. crude futures CLc1 closed up $2.46, or 6.6 percent, to $39.72, up nearly 8 percent for the week.The STOXX 600 Europe Oil and Gas index was up more than 3 percent while the S&P energy index .SPNY climbed 2 percent as the top-performing sectors in each region, tracking the rise in crude prices.”Clearly if you are looking at it from an index perspective, the stronger commodities are having a bit of a positive effect,” said Nick Kalivas, senior equity strategist at Invesco PowerShares in Chicago.”The market still remains very focused on energy as kind of an indicator of economic health and credit risk that I don’t think has faded yet.”The Dow Jones industrial average rose 35 points, or 0.2 percent, to 17,576.96, the S&P 500 gained 5.68 points, or 0.28 percent, to 2,047.59 and the Nasdaq Composite added 2.32 points, or 0.05 percent, to 4,850.69.Even with Friday’s modest gains, the S&P 500 suffered its biggest weekly decline in two months.MSCI’s index of world shares .MIWD00000PUS rose 0.68 percent but was down 0.55 percent for the week. The FTSEurofirst 300 closed up 1.2 percent, but still notched a fourth straight weekly decline, its longest losing streak since October 2014.Much of the volatility this week has been fueled by the yen’s surge against the dollar, which caught many market participants off-guard and increased speculation Tokyo could intervene in the currency market to halt the rally.The dollar briefly traded above 109.00 yen, recovering from its first break below 108.00 since October 2014 on Thursday. Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said the government would take steps to counter “one-sided” moves in the yen in either direction.However, those gains faded late in the session and the dollar was last off 0.04 percent at 108.16 yen, for a weekly fall of 3.1 percent.Sharp appreciation of the safe-haven yen against the dollar is often a warning sign of broader financial market stress and investor risk aversion, which has been exacerbated this week by growing uncertainty surrounding the U.S. economic and policy outlook.Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, in a conversation with former Fed chairmen on Thursday, said the U.S. economy is on a solid course and still on track to warrant further interest rate hikes.New York Fed President William Dudley on Friday said the central bank must approach further rate hikes cautiously and gradually because of lingering external risks to the U.S. economy, despite some strength at home and welcome hints of inflation.The comments helped push benchmark 10-year Treasuries US10YT=RR down 9/32 in price to yield 1.784 percent after they hit a low six-week of 1.685 percent on Thursday.last_img read more

Doctors Say Kids Separated From Parents At Border Face Toxic Stress Serious

first_img Share GABRIEL C. PÉREZ / KUTThe Gateway International Bridge separates Brownsville, Texas, from Mexico.Pediatricians are warning that a federal policy separating parents and children at the U.S.-Mexico border poses serious long-term health issues for children. In some cases, they say, the separation could cause “irreparable harm.”Efren Olivares, director of the Racial Economic Justice Program at the Texas Civil Rights Project, says dozens of people are coming into the U.S. through the Texas border, in particular, without documentation. In many of those cases, he says, their children are promptly being taken away before officials determine whether they qualify for asylum.“Before any of that is decided, their children are being taken away without the parent being informed of where the children are going, where they may see them again, and what the conditions are being detained in,” Olivares told reporters during a conference call last week.Health care advocates say this practice, which has been going on for months, will likely result in lasting health issues. Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, the CEO and founder of the Center for Youth Wellness, says the policy is “a recipe for toxic stress.”“When kids are going through stressful situations, being kept together with their parents or their caregivers is actually critically important to prevent these long-term health problems,” she says.Harris says toxic stress is the result of the “absence of a buffering caregiver who can help the child be able to regulate their stress response.” That can take an emotional and physical toll on a child.“We are talking about double the risk for asthma,” she says. “We are talking about increase risk of learning and developmental problems, increase risk for infections, autoimmune disease. And over the long term, we are talking about increase risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, Alzheimer’s, mental health issues – all kinds of health conditions.”Besides the toll this takes on the individual child, Harris says, this policy comes with a considerable public health cost.The American Academy of Pediatrics released a statement last month warning about the effects of stress on those children, some of whom are very young.“In fact, highly stressful experiences, like family separation, can cause irreparable harm, disrupting a child’s brain architecture and affecting his or her short- and long-term health,” says Dr. Colleen Kraft, the group’s president.In an article in The New England Journal of Medicine published in June 2017, physicians warned about the possible health effects of the Trump administration’s then-proposed policy to separate families.“If children are unnecessarily and traumatically removed from their parents, their physical and mental health and well-being will suffer,” authors of the article wrote. “The effects of traumatic experiences — especially in children who have already faced serious adversity — are unlikely to be short lived: cumulative adversity can last a lifetime, even increasing the risk of early death.”The Trump administration has said the policy is aimed at deterring people from entering the U.S. without documentation. In the meantime, officials are sending those children to live with other families.“The children will be taken care of — put into foster care or whatever,” President Trump’s chief of staff, Gen. John Kelly, told NPR last month. “But the big point is they elected to come illegally into the United States and this is a technique that no one hopes will be used extensively or for very long.”Harris says, however, that sending those children to live with strangers will not “mitigate the damage of being separated from their parent or caregiver.”“That strongest bond is between parent and child,” she says. “There is no replacement for that healthy bond between parent and child.”last_img read more

Stand Up Baltimores I Am The Change Youth Empowerment Conference

first_imgThe “I Am The Change Youth Empowerment Conference” is  on April 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Poly-Western High School located at 4600 Falls Road, Baltimore, Md. 21209. The event is being put on by Stand Up Baltimore and Empowering the Minds of Maryland’s Youth, two youth focused non-profit organizations. The purpose of the conference is to provide an open forum for dialogue between students, school administrators, school police and community activist to discuss ways to organize and enact real change through enhancing leadership skills, building self-esteem and developing more holistic youth.  Ages 13-19 are welcomed. For more information contact Catonya Lester at 443-296-2075.last_img read more

State Fire dept plans to train Puja club members on firefighting mechanism

first_imgKolkata: State Fire and Emergency department is planning to impart special training among the representatives from various clubs on firefighting mechanism before the Pujas.State Fire minister Sujit Bose on Sunday shared his department’s plan in this connection. He was addressing a gathering in Basirhat sub-division of North 24-Parganas where he inaugurated a new fire station near Badartala-Itinda road. The fire station has come up at an estimated cost of Rs 3.66 crore. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataSpeaking on the occasion, the minister said that a workshop would be conducted by the state Fire and Emergency department where representatives from various clubs in the state would be given training on how to take precautionary measures to check fire incidents. It was often found that the Puja organisers are not aware of how to extinguish the flames in and around a Puja pandal. Sands are often kept near the pandals but the members are not properly trained to address the crisis. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateIt would be extremely handy if the Puja organisers and the members of the local clubs are properly trained with basic ideas as to how a fire incident should be handled before the firefighters reach the spot, Bose added. He also mentioned here that comprehensive training would be provided to the club members on how to check if there is a minor incident of fire. Director General of Fire Jag Mohan who also attended the programme maintained that the department is taking up a number of steps to modernise the firefighting system in the state. Online service has been introduced to issue fire licenses within less time. Bengal has the record number of fire stations, he said. Basirhat MP Nusrat Jahan and the district’s administrative officers were also present at the event.last_img read more

The Lakers Would be Smart to Trade LeBron for Zion

first_imgThe Lakers would be smart to trade LeBron for ZionColin set off the critics yesterday when he said that the Lakers would be smart to trade LeBron James for Duke Super Frosh Zion Williamson if a deal was available. In reality, the deal will probably never happen, but it’s not crazy to say that trading an aging LeBron on the downside of his career for the best prospect since…well, LeBron James, with his entire career ahead of him.Colin has been a fan of LeBron’s for his entire career, but this is strictly a business decision. If Magic and Rob Pelinka could make it happen, they would be smart to pull the trigger. Guests:Nick Wright, Dean Blandino, Jerome Williams, and Nick Swisher. Also:– NFL rule changes will create more problems than they solve– The Bucks replace the Raptors as the NBA’s try-hard regular season team– Rick Carlisle is better off with Dallas than the Lakerslast_img read more

Nyle DiMarco breaks down four big myths about sign language

first_imgGAYSTARNEWS- Today (23 September) is International Day of Sign Languages, so Nyle DiMarco wants to dispel four huge myths. Nyle DiMarco. | Photo: Instagram The model then came out as ‘sexually fluid’ that same year.Nyle DiMarco helps explain the importance of National ASL Day. | Photo: Nyle DiMarco / InstagramA year later, he competed in and won Dancing with the Stars – making him the first LGBTI winner of the show.He’s a huge advocate for the deaf community and posted an amazing Twitter thread earlier this year on American National Sign Language Day.He also recently shut down a columnist who said burqas are disrespectful to deaf people.See also:New fantasy children’s book features a gay love story on the high seasSame-sex couple reach Dancing with the Stars grand finalThese LGBTI celebrities support March For Our Lives and demand gun reformGot a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading…center_img eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) The ‘sexually fluid’ deaf model took to Twitter to wish everyone a happy National Deaf Awareness Month for September.Nyle DiMarco on holiday. | @nyledimarco / InstagramHe tweeted a thread on Wednesday (19 September) about myths surrounding deaf children and sign language.He wrote: ‘There are many misconceptions about how a deaf child acquires [sign] language. I’m going to tell you FOUR COMMON MYTHS’.Myth 1:Nyle DiMarco then tweeted: ‘Bizarrely, there are doctors/early interventionists/audiologists that tell hearing parents not to expose their deaf child to sign language because it would hinder the ability to learn English.‘FALSE.‘A foundation in sign language helps your deaf child learn how to read and write,’ he tweeted.Myth 2:According to DiMarco, there are people who think sing language is not a language.He tweeted: ‘Sign language is a full language with its own grammar, syntax, and structure.’Myth 3:DiMarco then tweeted: ‘People believe that sign language will hurt a deaf child’s ability to speak.‘FALSE.‘Early exposure to sign language actually supports the learning of speech,’ he wrote.Myth 4:The last myth Nyle DiMarco wants to break is that parents of deaf children need to be fluent in sign language before their kids can learn how to sign.‘FALSE,’ DiMarco said. ‘Parents with deaf child can learn sign language together.’Nyle DiMarco comes outNyle DiMarco rose to fame when he won reality television series, America’s Next Top Model in 2015. Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  : read more

Indias Maruti Suzuki shuts riothit car plant

first_img Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates The body of Avnish Kumar, the human resources manager, was found badly charred in a conference room after the rioting. Of 90 injured managers and executives, 24 with arm and leg fractures are still being treated in hospitals, Maruti Suzuki said.“What has happened is an absolute shocker to us,” chairman R.C. Bhargava told reporters Saturday.Bhargava said a new wage accord was being negotiated with the workers’ union but there were no other outstanding labor issues.He said production would not be resumed at the factory in Manesar in the north Indian state of Haryana “until we are able to identify the causes and apply correctives” to guarantee the safety of managers and workers.The Manesar plant makes 550,000 vehicles a year, including Maruti Suzuki’s most popular cars, the Swift and the DZire.The company said the unrest on Wednesday was sparked when a worker beat up a supervisor. It said the union prevented management from disciplining the worker, blocked exit gates and “held the executives hostage.”The Maruti Suzuki Workers Union, in a statement Thursday, offered a different version of events, saying a supervisor had abused and made discriminatory comments to a low-caste worker. Associated PressNEW DELHI (AP) – India’s largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki, said Saturday it will not resume production at a factory hit by rioting during a labor dispute until an investigation is complete into the causes of the violence, which killed one executive and injured dozens of others.The plant, one of two operated by the company in India, halted production on Wednesday night because of fire damage caused by the rioting. The company is a subsidiary of Japan’s Suzuki Motor Corp. Top Stories 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Sponsored Stories More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Top holiday drink recipes Bhargava asked the Haryana state government to assist in investigating the violence. “We want to know the cause and who was behind it,” he said.The Press Trust of India news agency said police have arrested 88 Maruti workers on charges including murder and damaging property.Labor unrest is a growing concern in India, as inflation squeezes workers’ salaries. The widespread use of contract workers by companies eager to sidestep India’s strict labor laws adds to friction.Maruti Suzuki suffered three crippling strikes in 2011 which cost it market share and blocked production of tens of thousands of vehicles.Honda, Ford, General Motors and Hyundai, among others, have also struggled with labor unrest in India.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family 0 Comments   Share   last_img read more

APG Australia a global airline services company

first_imgAPG Australia, a global airline services company, has been appointed by Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA), the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to act as its general sales agent representative in Australia. The airline says the agreement with APG Australia will promote SAUDIA’s network from Australia, with new fares and enhanced services. “SAUDIA is in the middle of a major international expansion program as a part of its Transformation 2020 initiative. International passenger growth from outside Saudi Arabia grew 30% in 2017 and we are looking to maintain this growth,” said SAUDIA Vice President Network Sales, Richard Nuttall.“We have made major product investments and our widebody fleet now has average age of three years. Last year SAUDIA was named ‘World’s Most Improved Airline 2017’ by Skytrax. SAUDIA is also a member of the Skyteam Alliance. We believe this is a great time to expand our presence in Australia, and we are very pleased to have APG as our partner.”The airline carried 32 million passengers in 2017 and is set to grow its fleet to over 200 aircraft by the end of 2020. SAUDIA currently flies to 90 destinations across four continents with a fleet of 147 narrow and widebody aircraft. airlinesappointmentsSAUDIAlast_img read more

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first_img Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments   Share   National Team running back T.J. Logan, front, of North Carolina, avoids a tackle by American Team defensive linebacker Lucas Wacha (57), of Wyoming, during the second half of the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl football game in Carson, Calif., Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. The National Team won 27-7. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo) TEMPE, Ariz. — There are certain traits coaches look for.When it comes to Bruce Arians, speed is at the top of the list.Therefore, it makes perfect sense that Arizona spent its second fifth-round pick, No. 179 overall, on North Carolina running back T.J. Logan.Logan, after all, posted the fastest 40-yard dash time at the Combine for a running back at 4.37 seconds, and the sixth-fastest time of all players.“T.J. Logan was a guy that we had focused, and Coach and I had talked about, since the Combine,” Cardinals GM Steve Keim said. “Not only did his foot speed and his explosiveness excite us, but the things that he can do in our offense — where we ask our backs out of the backfield to catch the football — when you watch tape of T.J., he really jumps out at you with the flare routes and some of the different things he does in space.”center_img An experienced kick returner, Logan said he has practiced returning punts but never did it in a game because the team already had someone at that spot.“Kick return was just my thing, it was just something I just had a knack for, so I guess they just kept me there,” he said.Last season, the Cardinals ranked 16th in the NFL, averaging 21.8 yards on 25 kickoff returns. They were even worse when it came to punts, finishing 30th in the league.Suffice to say, Logan should have a chance to contribute right away.“Any way I can help, rather if that’s kick returning, catching punts, being on kickoff team — it doesn’t matter,” Logan said. “I just want to contribute.”Follow Adam Green on Twitter Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling A 5-foot-9, 196-pound back, the initial comparison for Logan in Arizona is Andre Ellington.“His explosiveness — been looking for back who can do some of the things that David (Johnson) does,” Arians said. “He’s more of an Andre Ellington than David, (but) moving Andre out to wideout will give him a chance to be, obviously, the kick returner, and that back who is explosive.”So, maybe, an even faster LaRod Stephens-Howling.“I pride myself on being able to run by guys,” Logan said. “I feel like if he’s not as fast as me, I’ll try and leave him in the dust. That’s the big thing.”Last year, as a senior, Logan he ran for 675 yards and seven touchdowns on 120 carries while adding 244 yards and three scores on 29 catches. He also averaged 33 yards on 21 kick returns, two of which he took back for touchdowns.In four seasons with the Tar Heels, he amassed 2,165 yards and 19 touchdowns on the ground, 663 yards and four touchdowns through the air and five total return scores.With the Cardinals, he is likely to see most of his action on special teams, though he sees himself as more than just a specialist.“I feel like if I’m out there on the field I can make guys miss, I can make big runs, I can finish runs,” he said. “I’m looking for the home run; I’m not just going to be satisfied with running out of bounds or nothing like that.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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