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Rams’ Nickell Robey-Coleman received death threats after no-call in NFC championship “As a direct result of the said incident, plaintiffs herein have been left bereft and with no faith in the National Football league for fairness despite the league’s own rules to correct such errors, along with emotional anguish, monetary loss for ticket holders, who purchases tickets with the presumption of integrity and fairness,” the lawsuit read, per the Advocate.The Rams went on to win the NFC championship game, 26-23, in overtime and advanced to Super Bowl 53, where Los Angeles will face the Patriots on Sunday. U.S. District Judge Susie Morgan, however, denied the request Thursday, according to the New Orleans Advocate.Saints season-ticket holders Tommy Badeaux and Candis Lambert filed the lawsuit last week, according to the Advocate, which claimed Saints fans suffered incredible damages from the missed call. The damages included mental anguish, emotional trauma and loss of enjoyment of life, among other aspects. Related News A judge has ruled in favor of the NFL as part of a Saints-related lawsuit following controversy for a botched call in the NFC championship game.The lawsuit, which was filed in New Orleans Civil District Court, requested to have NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell enforce a rule that would allow the end of the Saints-Rams game to be replayed due to the missed pass interference call late in the fourth quarter because of “extraordinarily unfair acts.”
Last year’s winners Calabar High School and Edwin Allen High School will retain their team titles at this week’s ISSA-GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships. That’s the conclusion contained in the 2016 Champs Preview magazine. Published on Friday, the Preview gives Calabar a 34-point margin over Kingston College in the boys’ contest.The boys’ prediction contrasts the 15.5 point difference between the two schools last year and indicates that Calabar, captained by sprinter Fabian Hewitt, will hoist the Mortimer Geddes Trophy for the fifth time in a row.Edwin Allen are expected to have a huge edge over evenly matched teams from St Jago High, Hydel High, and Holmwood Technical. Last year, the Edwin Allen team beat the rising Hydel unit by 100 points. A similar winning spread is predicted by the Preview this year. Success would give Class Two sprinter Shellece Clarke the chance to lead her team to accept the accolades when the meet ends on Saturday, March 19.outstandingThe magazine’s Champs predictions include a win in the Class Three girls 100m for St Lucian Julien Alfred of St Catherine High, and double gold for Calabar’s outstanding Christopher Taylor in the Class Two 200m and 400m. Taylor, reigning Class Two 100m and 110m hurdles champion Dejour Russell, and Michael Stephens are expected to carry the day for Calabar with dominance in Class Two with Warren Barrett throwing his way to glory in Class One.After his recent shot put mark of 19.89 metres, Barrett has a chance to not only break the one year old record of 19.52m by Demar Gayle but also to approach the 20-metre barrier.The Preview says that Edwin Allen are strong on the track and in the field and credits the Frankfield-based school with 13 predicted wins. Accordingly, those successes are distributed across the sprints, middle and long distances, throws, jumps and relays.• Hubert Lawrence has attended Champs since 1980.