NFL free agency: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie ends retirement, signs with Redskins

first_imgRodgers-Cromartie has 30 career interceptions, 451 tackles (394 solo) and 146 passes defensed.The move continues the remake of the Redskins’ secondary. Washington signed safety Landon Collins earlier this week to a six-year, $84 million contract, but lost Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in free agency to Chicago. NFL free agency news: Adrian Peterson returning to Redskins Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie’s “retirement” lasted less than five months.The Redskins announced Friday they have signed the two-time Pro Bowl cornerback. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. It’s a Blessing, now watch me work 🤫🤫. #httr #thanfulA post shared by @ humblecro on Mar 15, 2019 at 10:36am PDTThe 32-year-old Rodgers-Cromartie announced on Instagram Oct. 30 he was retiring from the NFL, stepping down after seven games with the Raiders when his playing time dwindled.Selected by the Cardinals with the No. 16 overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, Rodgers-Cromartie has been remarkably durable, appearing in at least 15 games in nine of his 11 seasons. He has also played with the Eagles, Broncos and Giants.center_img Related News View this post on Instagramlast_img read more

Guidelines Being Drafted to Reopen Orlando’s Theme Parks in Phases

first_imgLines for rides will include tape markings to keep customers six feet apart.The plans calls for the theme parks to reopen in several phases.Phase one would allow the parks with a 50 percent capacity. Phase two increases to 75 percent capacity, as long as coronavirus conditions improve.Staff members who are 65 years of age and older would be encouraged to stay home during the first two phases.The governor announced during a Wednesday afternoon news conference that his “SAFE. SMART. STEP-BY-STEP. Plan to Re-Open Florida” will begin with Phase One this Monday, May 4 for most of the state. If you or your children are missing Mickey Mouse, Cinderella, Captain America, the Hulk, and the rest of the Disney cast, plans are officially in the works for their comeback.Yes indeed, the major theme parks in Orlando are developing a framework to reopen.The Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World has been closed since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.Meanwhile, movie releases have been postponed and workers there began taking furloughs last week.Universal Orlando also temporarily closed all of its parks last month.With Gov. DeSantis announcing plans to reopen Florida beginning next week, Orange County leaders are drafting their own guidelines for some of the world’s biggest attractions to get back in business as soon as possible.Those guidelines include face masks for all employees, touchless hand sanitizer stations at all ticket entry locations, turnstiles, and at the entrances and exits to all attractions.In addition, all railings and surfaces must be wiped down after every use.Staff members will be required to undergo temperature checks. Orange County Government also says that anyone with flu-like symptoms must stay home. Courtesy: Orange County Governmentlast_img read more