On the markets at 9:50 a.m. (ET):In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index is up 7.13 points to 15,151.12.The Dow Jones industrial average gained 8.96 points to 21,541.10.The Standard & Poor’s 500 index added 2.78 points to 2,446.03.The Nasdaq composite index climbed 10.11 points to 6,271.28.The Canadian dollar was trading at 78.38 cents US, up from Wednesday’s average price of 78.16 cents US.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has joined the chorus of support for last weekend’s signing of an official cessation of hostilities between the Ugandan Government and the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), ending a 20-year conflict there that has become notorious for its use of child soldiers.UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman released a statement today urging both sides to now aim for a comprehensive peace agreement which gives priority to ensuring the welfare of children and women.Ms. Veneman also called for the prompt return of all children and women who have become separated from their families and communities in northern Uganda.“UNICEF will continue to work with partners to provide the necessary and appropriate assistance to, and protection of, the returning children and women,” she said.An estimated 25,000 children have been abducted by the LRA and forced to serve as soldiers, while UN human rights officials have said the rebel group has used numerous other children as porters and “allocated” many girls to senior officers in a form of institutional rape.The conflict in northern Uganda has also resulted in more than 100,000 deaths and forced about 2 million people to flee their homes.Last October, the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued arrest warrants against humanity against five LRA figures: the leader Joseph Kony, and the commanders Vincent Otti, Okot Odhiambo, Dominic Ongwen and Raska Lukwiya. The five men are accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity.Ms. Veneman’s remarks follow statements from Secretary-General Kofi Annan and Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Jan Egeland earlier this week welcoming the cessation of hostilities.
MILWAUKEE – Gannett Co. has reached an agreement to acquire newspaper company Journal Media Group for $280 million, giving the media giant control of publications in more than 100 local markets in the U.S., company officials announced Wednesday evening.Journal Media publications dot the Midwest and South and include the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Memphis (Tennessee) Commercial-Appeal and Knoxville (Tennessee) News Sentinel.Industry experts say the publications are a natural fit for Gannett’s strategy of maximizing short-term profits through managing the decline of publications in less competitive markets.Gannett’s “prevailing strategy is economy of scale,” which involves reducing local costs and consolidating or regionalizing many operations, analyst Ken Doctor said.“Undoubtedly, there will be some (layoffs) in any areas that can be centralized,” including technology, newsrooms, human resources, finance and some advertising, said Doctor, who is president of Newsonomics, a website that monitors consumer media.The goal is to “keep enough of a local presence to make enough people want to read you on a local level,” he said. He went on to add, “Anything else you do on a national or regional level.”Gannett’s flagship publication is USA Today, and it has used that publication’s staff to produce national content for its local products.Gannett this summer became a company that runs newspapers exclusively, having moved all of its television companies into a separate company, Tegna Inc.The merger adds 15 daily and 18 weekly papers to Gannett’s portfolio, according to the news release announcing the move.“The publications of both Gannett and Journal Media Group have a rich history, a commitment to journalism, and a dedication to informing and being active members in the communities we serve,” Robert J. Dickey, president and chief executive officer of Gannett, said in the statement. “Our merger will combine the best of each of our organizations to create a journalism-led, investor-focused company which will provide substantial value to the shareholders of both companies.”Tim Stautberg, president and CEO of Journal Media Group said the “transaction marks a critical next step in the transformation of our industry as we build local media brands that matter at a time when operational scale is a competitive advantage.”Journal Media Group was formed earlier this year, after Journal Communications Inc. of Milwaukee and E.W. Scripps Co. of Cincinnati combined their broadcasting operations under the E.W. Scripps name and spun off newspaper holdings into a separate public entity.—This story has been updated to correct the name of the television spinoff company to Tegna. Gannett Co. acquiring newspapers in Midwest, South with $280 million purchase of Journal Media by Greg Moore, The Associated Press Posted Oct 7, 2015 7:28 pm MDT Last Updated Oct 7, 2015 at 8:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
New liquor rules going into effect this week could give a boost to struggling downtown Calgary bars and restaurants.The government, through the Alberta Liquor and Gaming Commision, eased restrictions on patios. They’ll now be able to serve alcohol after midnight and until just before closing time.Downtown Business Association Executive Director Maggie Schofield tells 660 NEWS, it’s unlikely there will be noise complaints in the commercial core.“We don’t really envision a lot of issued with it, because we don’t have a terrific amount of residential,” she said. “We might be concerned about areas around hotels, although many of those have patios themselves. So we trust they will be respectful in their operations. And then we have areas like Eau Claire, where there may be some concerns.”She says it will be up to each business to decide if they want to keep their patios open later, but it will hopefully mean higher sales and more money for servers. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Cindy White Posted Aug 13, 2016 8:10 am MDT Downtown restaurants welcome patio rule change (Pexel)
Rogers Communications says Guy Laurence has stepped down as president and CEO, less than three years after the former head of Vodafone UK was brought to Canada to turn the company around following a period of lacklustre growth.The early morning announcement Monday of his departure – no reason was given – came minutes before Rogers announced its latest financial report, which showed the company’s third-quarter profit was about 50 per cent lower than during the same time last year despite a slight increase in revenue.Laurence’s replacement will be former Telus CEO Joe Natale, who led the Vancouver-based company during a period when it made customer gains against Rogers in the important mobile communications market.“We have appreciated Guy’s leadership over the last three years,” said Edward Rogers, deputy chairman of Rogers Communications Inc., a company founded by his father Ted.Under Laurence’s stewardship, Rogers finalized a groundbreaking 12-year rights deal with the National Hockey League and underwent a number of management changes that were intended to make the company more nimble.It has also navigated difficult waters in the media industry as a result of an ongoing shift towards digital publication and regulatory changes and competitive challenges that are pressuring the Rogers cable, broadcasting and publishing arms.Until Natale is on board at Rogers, the CEO’s position will be filled on an interim basis by Rogers chairman Alan Horn.“Following the transition, the board will look to Joe to take the company forward and continue the momentum we’ve established in the past couple of years,” Horn said in a statement.“His focus on the customer experience and demonstrated expertise delivering operational success makes him well suited to lead Rogers through the challenges and opportunities ahead.“During the transition, it’s business as usual.”In releasing its results Monday, Rogers said its net income for the quarter was $220 million or 43 cents per share, down from $464 million or 90 cents per share, mainly because of the previously announced shutdown of video streaming service Shomi. Analysts had estimated net income would be 89 cents per share.On the other hand, Rogers said its wireless operation – the main engine for its revenue and profit – had its biggest revenue growth and post-paid customer additions since 2010 with 114,000 net additions.Revenue for the quarter was $3.49 billion, in line with analyst estimates and up three per cent from last year’s $3.38 billion. The only major division to see a decline in revenue was cable, which slipped to $865 million from $871 million.The release of the third-quarter results on Monday was three days ahead of schedule. They had been expected before the opening of markets on Thursday.Rogers Communications is the parent company of this station, and this website. Rogers President and CEO Guy Laurence speaks at the company’s AGM in Toronto on April 21 , 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young by David Paddon, The Canadian Press Posted Oct 17, 2016 7:17 am MDT Last Updated Oct 17, 2016 at 8:54 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Guy Laurence out as president and CEO of Rogers as Q3 profit down
As a result, Nancy Valentino, senior vice president of communications and brand development, is leaving Time Inc. after 10 years. Here’s the rest of this week’s people on the move: The company made a handful of moves on the editorial side as well. Matt Bean was named senior vice president of editorial innovation—a new role where he’ll develop new editorial products and content verticals for emerging audiences and through the use of technology. Meanwhile, Henry Goldblatt was promoted to editor of Entertainment Weekly, a step up from his position as deputy editor at People. Will Lee, editor of People.com, was also named digital editorial director for People.com and EW.com. In an effort to enhance its “ability to act and speak as one company,” Time Inc. made a few big changes to the teams that carry out its message Thursday. Diane Harris was appointed as editor of Money. She had been executive editor of the magazine. O, The Oprah Magazine named Julia Fry associate publisher of advertising. Fry had been associate publisher of Condé Nast Traveler most recently. Atlantic Media’s Nextgov has brought on Mohana Ravindranath as a staff correspondent reporting on civilian technology and IT policy. Ravindranath had been at The Washington Post previously. Kevin Gray has been hired as articles editor for Popular Science. Gray had been a contributing editor for Men’s Journal. Town & Country has hired Alex Wiederin as its executive design director. Wiederin was previously at ad agency, Buero New York. Mark Josephson was named vice president and publisher of Midwest Living for Meredith. Josephson had been vice president and chief sales officer for Reader’s Digest Association. Most significantly, Jaison Blair was named senior vice president of investor relations and corporate communications. With the investor relations and corporate communications departments now merged, Teri Everett, executive vice president of corporate communications, is leaving the company. The Daily Beast has named Bill McGarry as its chief revenue officer. McGarry comes to the company after serving as executive director of digital ad sales for Hearst Magazine’s men’s group. Daniel Kile was also promoted as part of the changes, assuming the role of senior vice president, brand communications, a newly-created position. Susan Parkes, senior vice president of marketing at the company, also will temporarily head up comms for People and Entertainment Weekly until a president of the brands is named.
WILMINGTON, MA — Artemis Emslie has become an independent member of the Board of Directors of Ametros. As a highly regarded thought leader in the industry, she will provide strategic insight and guidance for the company to ensure products and services align with the company’s overall vision.“We are very excited to have Artemis on the board,” said Marques Torbert, the CEO of Ametros. “Her experience as a senior leader of a fast-growing and successful company in our space gives her a unique perspective to add to our board.”Ametros strives to enhance the lives of injured parties with innovative and affordable post-settlement solutions. Ametros focuses heavily on improving the health and well-being of its members ensuring that they live happier, healthier, and more productive lives.“I am thrilled to join the Ametros family and look forward to contributing to its continued success,” said Emslie. “Ametros has established itself as the leader in post-settlement professional administration and continues to bring innovation and settlement solutions to our industry.”With more than 25 years’ experience in the workers’ compensation and group health industries, Emslie has a keen interest in making sure injured parties receive quality health care and pharmacy services. She is the former CEO of myMatrixx (now an Express Scripts company) and led the company’s growth and transformation from a regional pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) serving injured workers and payers into a major, national PBM.Prior to myMatrixx, Emslie held senior leadership positions with several companies before launching Prosperx Solutions, a PBM auditing firm for workers’ compensation insurance providers. She currently works with the University of South Florida’s College of Pharmacy faculty to create an academic program that combines pharmacy doctoral education with business entrepreneurship.Emslie co-founded the Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation and serves on its executive board. In addition, she is a past chairman of the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) Core Funders Group. She serves on the board of directors for Paradigm Outcomes as well as on the advisory boards for the Committee for Economic Development, Business Insurance magazine, Kids’ Chance, and WorkCompCentral’s Comp Laude Awards.About AmetrosAmetros is the industry leader in post-settlement medical administration and a trusted partner for thousands of members receiving funds from workers’ compensation and liability settlements. Founded in 2010, Ametros provides post-settlement medical management services with significant medical and pharmacy discounts along with automated payment technology and Medicare reporting tools. Headquartered just north of Boston in Wilmington, Massachusetts, Ametros may be reached at 877.275.7415 or via http://www.ametroscards.com(NOTE: The above press release is from Ametros via BusinessWire.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedBUSINESS BRIEF: Wilmington’s Ametros Launches First Of Its Kind CareGuard Mobile AppIn “Business”BUSINESS BRIEF: Wilmington’s Ametros Announces Promotion Of Nicole Sauk To Chief Financial OfficerIn “Business”BUSINESS BRIEF: Wilmington’s Ametros Appoints Paul Sighinolfi As Senior Managing DirectorIn “Business”
Life-size butter sculptures of the Apollo 11 space crew are featured in the 2019 butter display presented by the American Dairy Association Mideast. American Dairy Association 35 Photos Sci-Tech Armstrong — who was born in Wapakoneta, Ohio — is considered a state icon for his trip to the moon. In addition, Armstrong bought a dairy farm in Ohio after leaving NASA in 1971. Apollo 11 moon landing: Neil Armstrong’s defining moment Tags If you want to celebrate NASA’s 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 moon landing, you might as well do it with butter.At this year’s Ohio State Fair, visitors can see highly detailed, life-sized butter sculptures of the Apollo 11 moon crew — Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.There’s also a separate butter sculpture of Armstrong in his spacesuit saluting the American flag while standing near the lunar module Eagle. This story is part of To the Moon, a series exploring humanity’s first journey to the lunar surface and our future living and working on the moon. Apollo 11: 50 years on and still just as weird 7:55 Now playing: Watch this: This butter sculpture of Neil Armstrong in his spacesuit saluting the American flag is downright legen-dairy. Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET It took 2,200 pounds (998 kilograms) of butter donated by dairy farmers. Steel frames support the weight of the butter.The sculptors worked on the butter sculptures inside a cooler at a temperature of 46 degrees Fahrenheit (7 Celsius) for 400 of the 500 hours it took to make the buttery display, according to a video from the American Dairy Association Mideast. Space fans have until Aug. 4 to see the Apollo 11 butter sculptures on display. “Ohio also has a special connection to that day, as one of our own took the first ever steps on the surface of the moon,” Jenny Hubble, senior vice president of communications for the American Dairy Association Mideast, said in a statement. Not to be outdone by the humans, there are also the traditional butter sculptures of a cow and her calf in the display. Both the cow and calf are wearing ear tags with the word “Apollo” written on them. More Apollo 11 Poppy Northcutt explains what it’s like to be part of space history Apollo: Missions to the Moon doc creates a virtual time machine Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary: Quick guide to the first moon landing Comment 1 To the Moon Share your voice NASA Space
Law enforcement officials address the media regarding updates in the Joshua Wade case. (Photo by Josh Edge, APRN – Anchorage)The Anchorage Police Department and FBI are investigating claims by convicted Anchorage killer Joshua Wade that he is responsible for three additional murders.Listen now:In 2009, Wade pleaded guilty to the 2007 killing of Mindy Schloss and admitted to the 2000 murder of Della Brown.Earlier this year, Wade gave law enforcement officials information about three other murders he claims to have committed.Joshua Wade. (APD photo)Officials believe two cases involve the unsolved murders of 38-year-old John Michael Martin in 1994 and 30-year-old Henry Ongtowasruk in 1999. Wade also says he killed another man the same night he killed Della Brown, though that victim’s identity is unknown.Anchorage Police Detective Sergeant Slav Markiewicz says law enforcement is investigating Wade’s claims and reexamining old evidence.“We keep evidence in every homicide case forever; we don’t dispose of the evidence,” Markiewicz said. “There are new advances in technology, DNA; we may analyze the evidence now in ways that we were not able to do in 1994 or in 2000.”Markiewicz was unable to go into detail about the claims, as the investigation is ongoing.Wade had been attempting to get out of his plea agreement in the Schloss case, which could have sent the case back to trial, but he agreed to drop his request and give law enforcement details on the three additional murders if they agreed to transfer him to a federal facility outside of Alaska.Karen Loeffler, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Alaska, says it’s unclear why Wade requested the transfer.“When the state came to us and the Department of Law and said, ‘Would you be willing to talk to the federal authorities about taking him,’ my answer was, ‘Who cares? He’s never gonna get out of jail. I don’t care where he serves it,’” Loeffler said. “He’s not getting anything that harms the community from us, so if we can get some closure to someone, our position was, work with the Department of Law, see what they want.”“He doesn’t get out of jail, I don’t really care what his motivation is, I just care that he never gets out.”Wade has been transferred to a a maximum-security federal prison in Indiana, where he will serve out the remainder of his life sentence without the possibility of parole.
Chief justice Surendra Kumar SinhaTwo businessmen allegedly sent a deposit of Tk 40 million into the accout of former chief justice SK Sinha, who reportedly resigned from the office amid a heightened tension with the government.The amount was said to have been withdrawn from the scam-hit private sector bank, Farmers Bank, before it was deposited at justice Sinha’s bank account.But the officials of the Anti-Corruption Commission declined to make any comment on the matter on record.However, an official concerned confirmed to Prothom Alo that the money was found at SK Sinha’s account.The commission has summonned the two businessmen to appear at on 6 May, according to letters signed by ACC director Syed Iqbal Hossain.The two businessmen have been named as Mohammad Shahjahan and Niranjan Saha.ACC officials said they had taken loans amounting to Tk 40 million from Farmers Bank by showing fake documents.Justice Sinha left the country and resigned from his post from abroad last year following a few allegations raised by the govenrment and a statement issued by the Supreme Court judges.He was widely criticised by the ruling party camp after he had led the issuance of the verdict cancelling the 16th amendment to the constitution.
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Cosmic mystery deepens with discovery of new ultra-high-energy neutrino © 2015 Phys.org The existence of such a supernova is also intriguing because, in unrelated work, a supernova of the same age and distance has been proposed as the source of rare iron isotopes buried in the Earth’s ocean crusts. The two different sets of data—cosmic rays and iron isotopes—both seem to point to the same exploding star as their source.The scientists, Michael Kachelrieß, et al., have published a paper on the signatures of supernova in cosmic ray spectra in a recent issue of Physical Review Letters.As the researchers explain, it’s difficult to extract information about the sources of cosmic rays from observations. This is partly because the galactic magnetic field that permeates empty space interferes with the cosmic ray trajectories, which makes the cosmic ray energy intensity nearly uniform. In addition, there are likely multiple sources of cosmic rays, and the signals from all of these sources overlap in the cosmic ray spectrum, which makes it difficult to extract signatures of individual sources.Despite these challenges, the researchers explain that the cosmic ray energy spectrum may still have some “memory” of individual sources, which could be encoded in small features. The researchers specifically focused on some of the puzzling features, such as why there are more than expected positrons (antielectrons) above a certain energy level. While these features appear puzzling from the standard perspective of cosmic rays and are often ignored, accounting for them is key for identifying the supernova as a cosmic ray source.”Traditionally in cosmic ray physics, one uses the approximation that the sources of cosmic rays are smoothly distributed in time and space,” Kachelrieß, a physics professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, told Phys.org. “Our paper and the related work show that this approximation should be abandoned. For the understanding of many physical phenomena, it is important to take into account that cosmic rays are accelerated in events which happen only about once per century in our galaxy.”The data also provide a way to constrain the parameters of this source: a source that was older or younger than about two million years, or a source that was nearer or further away than 100 trillion miles, would be inconsistent with the observed spectra. One possibility that the data rules out, for example, is that these high-energy cosmic rays originated from a “superbubble,” which is a region of space that is “blown” by massive star formation and large numbers of supernovae. The only plausible model of the cosmic ray source, according to the data, is an individual supernova.”We are continuing to refine our model for the cosmic ray propagation, extending it, for example, to lower energies,” Kachelrieß said. “This may have also an impact on the predictions of antimatter fluxed from dark matter annihilations or decays. Moreover, we will try with collaborators to calculate the effect of cosmic rays from this local supernova on the Earth’s atmosphere.” Journal information: Physical Review Letters (Phys.org)—High-energy protons, nuclei, and other particles are constantly showering down on Earth’s atmosphere from space, but the origins of these cosmic rays is unknown. One possibility is that the cosmic rays come from supernovae, although the evidence for this claim is limited. Now by analyzing the cosmic ray energy spectrum, scientists have been able to deduce that some high-energy cosmic rays may have originated from a two-million-year-old supernova located roughly 100 trillion miles away. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Observed cosmic rays may have come from two-million-year-old supernova (2015, November 6) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-11-cosmic-rays-two-million-year-old-supernova.html More information: M. Kachelrieß, et al. “Signatures of a Two Million Year Old Supernova in the Spectra of Cosmic Ray Protons, Antiprotons, and Positrons.” Physical Review Letters. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.115.181103 This illustration of the region surrounding our Solar System shows the estimated location of the two-million-year-old supernova, lying close to the galactic magnetic field, that may have been the source for some high-energy cosmic rays observed today. Credit: Michael Kachelrieß, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Explore further
Share Thursday, February 14, 2019 << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted by Travelweek Group Club Med to begin construction on Quebec Charlevoix this month Tags: Club Med, Openings & Renovations, Quebec QUEBEC CITY — Canada’s first-ever Club Med resort will officially break ground this month, the first step towards its highly anticipated debut in December 2020.Club Med Québec Charlevoix, the brand’s very first four-season mountain resort, will commence construction using locally sourced materials that reflect the beauty of its surroundings. The overall objective is for the property to be BREEAM and Green Globe certified, which would further enforce the brand’s dedication to minimizing its ecological impact.“We’re thrilled to start construction on Club Med Québec Charlevoix, the very first Club Med in Canada,” said Frédéric Sujobert, Vice President Operations, Groupe Le Massif and General Manager, Massif de Charlevoix. “We can feel the enthusiasm of local residents and businesses who are looking forward to the opportunities that Club Med will generate in Charlevoix.”According to Carolyne Doyon, Senior Vice President, Canada and Mexico, feedback about the upcoming opening has been “overwhelmingly positive”, with high interest coming from corporate and leisure groups.More news: Sunwing to further boost Mazatlán service with new flights from Ottawa“Due to the growing demand, we’re happy to announce the immediate opening of group bookings, which we’re expecting to represent a big share of our sales,” she said.Bookings for corporate groups (which include a minimum 20 adults, or 10 rooms) are now open for a minimum two-night stay starting December 2020. All-inclusive stays include accommodation, all-day dining, open bar, ski passes, ski lessons as well as additional resort activities. There’s also a convention center available at the resort, perfect for corporate groups.Upon completion, the 4-Trident resort will feature 302 family and couple rooms, including an Exclusive Collection space comprising high-end suites with scenic views of the St. Lawrence. It’s located less than an hour and a half from Jean Lesage International Airport in Quebec City, and will mirror Club Med’s all-inclusive ski model already widely known at its European ski resorts in the Alps.Guests will enjoy a variety of emblematic Quebec activities like ice-skating, dog sledding and sugar shack visits, in addition to a wide array of amenities including a heated swimming pool, all-day childcare, locally-inspired cuisine, biking, hiking and more.More news: CIE Tours launches first-ever River Cruise CollectionFor more information go to ClubMed.ca/Quebec-Charlevoix.
The Arizona Cardinals Broadcast Department contributed to this report It was not long ago when Dontay Moch was an incredibly intriguing linebacker prospect.A third-round pick out of Nevada by the Cincinnati Bengals, he entered the NFL as a player many believed would develop into a very useful linebacker.Said his NFL.com Draft profile, “Moch brings speed, athleticism and explosiveness to the Bengals’ lineup. Although he has limited experience playing from an upright position, he is a dynamic pass rusher with the skills to be effective as a situational rusher. He gives them a versatile option to incorporate in their exotic schemes on passing downs.” Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 0 Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Moch knows it’s a tough blow to his new team, but also feels like this is now a chance for the Cardinals to unearth some new contributors, too.And though he’s only been with the team a few weeks, Moch thinks he’s ready to step in and help.“I have been, since I’ve been out here, just staying in the playbook and so far, so good,” he said. “And I’m just going to go out there and make no errors.”How much the Cardinals will rely on Moch remains to be seen, but he expects to be used for his pass rushing abilities. Head coach Bruce Arians said Moch brings speed along with long arms, and noted Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told him he was disappointed to see the linebacker leave.“I’m anxious to see him play,” Arians said. “In practice he’s been tough to block, and he’s earned this right.”Moch recorded 28.5 sacks at the collegiate level, but has yet to take down an NFL QB in anything but a preseason game. Given an opportunity, though, the 25-year-old expects that to change. Because along with speed and power, the third-year pro said his character will help him make plays.“I’m a predator out there, I’m not prey, that’s for sure,” he said. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Things have not exactly gone according to plan. Moch was part of the Bengals’ final round of cuts in August, making the former Chandler Hamilton High School star a free agent. He was signed to the Cardinals’ practice squad on September 2, and was promoted to the active roster September 23 due to injuries.“It’s a business out here, it’s tough, and at the same time you have to understand it and come ready and be prepared,” Moch said Wednesday. “I’ve got the opportunity to come home to my hometown and do something that I was blessed to do with my life, and I’ve just got to go out there and prove it now.”Moch has appeared in just one NFL game — last season — and failed to record any stats. Injuries as well as well as a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances have slowed Moch’s progress, and he admitted to feeling some frustration with how his career has gone and how long it has taken to get a chance. However, he said it all serves as motivation to step up now that he’s getting a chance.Of course, he will be on the field Sunday when the Cardinals take on the Tampa Buccaneers because of a rash of injuries suffered by the Cards at the outside linebacker position, as Lorenzo Alexander, Sam Acho and Alex Okafor have all been lost for the season.
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