Reggie Bush’s civil lawsuit seeks damages after 2015 injury in St. Louis
Reggie Bush’s civil lawsuit against the owners and operators of the former Edward Jones Dome and the now Los Angeles Rams began in a St. Louis courtroom Tuesday. The former NFL running back claims he injured his knee, ending his season, when he slipped on a concrete ring of death as he was pushed out of bounds in a November 1, 2015, game against the Rams.
Bush played for the 49ers at the time.
He played 13 games for Buffalo in 2016 but had only 12 carries.
Brickley was an unrestricted free-agent forward when McPhee selected him, coaxed by a fifth-round pick from the Hurricanes to lay off their other exposed players. The 25-year-old ended up leaving for the Panthers, with whom he had 12 points in 44 games. McPhee said there would be some throwaway picks. This was one of them, but he got a draft pick out of it.
Even for a team that seems to be in perpetual salary-cap hell, the Blackhawks didn’t have much to offer. It was either van Riemsdyk or Marcus Kruger ($3.1 million cap hit). The Blackhawks preferred getting Kruger’s contract off the books, so they sacrificed the young defenseman. The Golden Knights shipped both to Carolina. They didn’t get much in return, but again, they didn’t have a lot to offer.
With JaVale McGee getting three point-blank shots at the rim, the Warriors opened the third quarter with a 9-3 spurt and it wasn’t long before they took their first lead on Curry’s two free throws.
Durant scored 24 in the first half, when the Warriors attempted 13 free throws to zero for the Cavs, a disparity that induced further wrath on the officials from Cleveland fans still stinging from the now infamous reversed call in Game 1.
The Ducks wanted to protect defensemen Josh Manson and Sami Vatanen. They loved Shea Theodore, too, but were willing to put him out as a sacrifice as long as Vegas took on Clayton Stoner’s burdensome contract. The Ducks likely don’t regret this; they traded Vatanen for Adam Henrique, while Manson had a great season. Plus, they didn’t have to give up draft picks. Meanwhile, 22-year-old Theodore impressed many in Vegas, and the impending restricted free agent should be a big piece of the Knights’ future. Stoner was buried on injured reserve.