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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Chris Clark
It means the '72 Dolphins can rest easy for another year. And it puts Denver and the Chiefs in a tie atop the AFC West at 9-1, with a rematch set in two weeks.
Peyton Manning and the Broncos returned home with their first regular-season loss in 378 days, which left them looking up at Kansas City in the AFC West standings and glowering over a game film that exposed problems in virtually every phase of their game.
The NFL's version of "Shark Week" finished with a twist few saw coming.
Peyton Manning will have a new left tackle protecting his blindside after the Denver Broncos placed Ryan Clady on season-ending injured reserve Wednesday.
With the Metro underneath and so many events there beyond hockey Verizon Center, the ice surface there has been the subject of ridicule for quite some time. So it's enough of a concern on a normal day, but with the temperature expected to approach 90 degrees Monday, the chances of bad ice increase substantially.
Mike Green flew to St. Louis to have sports hernia surgery because the Washington Capitals had a lot of familiarity with Dr. Michael Brunt.
Troy Brouwer would like to score goals. He really would.
Last season Alex Ovechkin lost his center and mentor at the trade deadline, days after losing his other linemate to injury.
The Washington Capitals turned to a familiar face yesterday as they continue to reshape their roster via free agency.
With an assist from his captain, Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee landed a veteran defenseman who can quarterback the power play. McPhee also might have found Alex Ovechkin's new best friend.
"We just keep our heads down and keep blocking — don't look at the scoreboard, don't look at the time, keep blocking your guy — like tunnel vision," Clark said.
"Stepping up into a role like this, it's not going to be hard for me to adjust," said Clark, who received a two-year contract extension on Monday. "It's not about filling a guy's shoes for me. It's about me creating my legacy, just helping the team the best way I can and doing my job."