article with TSL author and blogger John L. Sutter article The New York Times on Wednesday published an article titled How to Read a News Article With TSL Author and Blogger John L Sutter.
The article details the article’s methodology, which was not explained in the original article.
The Times said the article is based on a process that Sutter described as “not an exact science, but a lot of trial and error” and which he explained could be done by a trained expert.
Sutter, a longtime NFL reporter, is known for his blog.
He also co-hosts the Sports Illustrated Podcast.
The Associated Press has obtained a video of former Colts lineman and defensive tackle Paulick reporting from Denver on Saturday.
The Denver Post first reported the video of Paulick on Saturday evening.
Paulick played in 11 NFL seasons for the Colts from 1996 to 2005, recording 17 sacks and 11 forced fumbles.
The video shows Paulick walking into a Denver restaurant on the night of Saturday’s Broncos game against the Minnesota Vikings, where he was in attendance for the first time since he left the team in 2015.
The AP reported that Paulick was not in uniform.
The Associated Sports Editors and The Associated World News Editors have been in touch with Paulick.
The NFL Players Association, the NFL Players Health and Safety Advisory Committee and the NFLPA are among the groups that have contacted Paulick and requested he step away from his duties, the AP reported.
Updated September 28, 2018 11:30:58 The Pittsburgh Steelers are reportedly dealing with three players with injuries.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter Brad Edwards broke the news on Twitter on Thursday morning.
Edwards reported that defensive tackle Anthony Chickillo was listed as day-to-day and was listed in serious condition after injuring his shoulder during a Week 2 game against the San Francisco 49ers.
“A knee injury suffered during a game by linebacker Anthony Chickill is the latest in a long list of injuries to the Steelers’ defensive line,” Edwards tweeted.
Chickillo has been on injured reserve since suffering a serious shoulder injury against the Washington Redskins on Nov. 4.
The news came just hours after cornerback Darius Slay suffered a hamstring injury during a preseason game against New Orleans Saints.
Slay is listed as doubtful for Week 3.
Steelers defensive tackle Antonio Smith has also been listed as out with a hamstring issue.
The Steelers are expected to use the final three preseason games to evaluate defensive line depth.