Wednesday, October 10, 2012

ALDS, Bounty Scandal Suspensions Upheld/Reduce & NFL w/ RG3 & Brian Cushing: 10/10, Vol. 245, 1st Editon

We watch and we wait Lord we anticipate, the moment, you choose to appear. We worship, we praise until there's no debate and we recognize you're already here!  Good morning and welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema on Gospel Radio better than when you heard it yesterday! I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y!  It’s Time To Get It On!

The Oakland A's believe after
the SHUT OUT over the
Detroit Tigers
The American League was back on the diamond last night as Game 3 was played between the Oakland A’s and the Detroit Tigers and the A’s wanted to make sure the they extended the series as they SHUT OUT the Tigers 2-0 as Brett Anderson pitched 6 strong innings with 6 K’s as the A’s cut the Tigers series lead to 2-1.

Roger Goodell upholds bounty
suspensions for two and reduced
 suspensions for two others

In news that I broke on my Twitter @ceejaysports yesterday, National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld the suspensions of two the suspended players involved in the New Orleans Saints Bounty Scandal and reduced the punishment for two others.  Jonathan Vilma, who had received the harshest punishment with being suspended for a year, will remain suspended, but will keep the six weeks’ worth of game checks as he had been on the physically unable to perform list and defensive end Will Smith’s suspension will also remain intact, which is four games.  Scott Fujita, linebacker now with the Cleveland Browns had his suspension reduced from three games to one and free agent Anthony Hargrove had his suspension trimmed by one game to seven. As a result of Goodell’s decision, Fujita, Smith and Hargrove will receive a total of $1,042,649 in back pay.  The players do have 72 hours to appeal and if they do, they would be allowed to play until the completion of the appeals process.

For your NFL Quick Hits, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has been cleared to practice without contact Wednesday, according to a report by The Washington Post, linebacker Brian Cushing is out for the season with a torn left knee ligament, leaving the unbeaten Houston Texans without their top tackler and one of their emotional leaders, and finally, the Washington Redskins cut Billy Cundiff on Tuesday, the second time the kicker has been released this season and signed former UCLA placekicker Kai Forbath.

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