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08.10.2019 04:04
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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams had a few cautionary words of advice for Marcell Dareus, in welcoming his teammate back to practice Tuesday. Its time, Williams said, Dareus realized he has put his young and promising career in jeopardy after being charged in two separate arrests last month involving drug possession and a car accident. "Im hoping that this is kind of a watershed moment for him, because hes at a pivotal point," Williams said after Dareus reported for the start of the Bills three-day mandatory minicamp. "Hopefully, its to a point where its kind of an epiphany, and he comes alive and turns the corner and does his best." Williams, a team captain, is taking a tough-love approach with Dareus, a player hes spent the past three years mentoring. "I think hes heard (advice) from a lot of different levels, whether it be from his teammates or coaches, and Im sure the front office," Williams said. "So if you cant get it from those three levels, maybe youre not going to get it." Dareus, the Bills 2011 first-round draft pick, returned to practice for the first time since he and coach Doug Marrone agreed that the player take two weeks off to sort out his legal problems. Its unclear what Dareus has been doing during his time away. The Bills announced before practice that Dareus will not be made available to reporters this week so that he can focus solely on football. Dareus was escorted off the field by a team official following practice. Hes been off since May 30. Thats when shortly after participating in a voluntary practice, Dareus crashed his 2012 Jaguar into a tree near a busy suburban Buffalo intersection after allegedly racing teammate Jerry Hughes. Dareus was charged with reckless endangerment and ticketed for several traffic violations, including drag-racing. Dareus was scheduled to appear at Hamburg Town court on Tuesday, but that was pushed back to July 1 in part so that he didnt miss practice. Four weeks earlier, Dareus was arrested in his native Alabama and charged with possession of synthetic marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Rod Giddens, the attorney representing Dareus in Alabama, said hes still awaiting word from prosecutors as to whether theyll accept a plea deal in which Dareus entered a pre-trial intervention program to have the charges reduced or dismissed. Dareus troubles actually come from the end of last season when he was benched during each of the Bills final two games because he was late for team meetings. General manager Doug Whaley intends to meet with Dareus following the Bills final practice on Thursday, when the team takes a month before opening training camp July 20. "Ill just have a little sit-down with him when we leave, so everybodys on the same page," Whaley told The Associated Press. "The thing right now is hes back focused straight on football. Its great that hes back. And I think he thrives in a situation like this where its all football." On the field, Dareus returned to his familiar starting spot alongside Williams. In one team drill during the non-contact practice, Dareus showed off his power and speed by bullying past guard Kraig Urbik to break up a potential pass. On the next play, Dareus spun off Urbiks block and filled the hole to stop a run. Coach Marrone has stuck by Dareus, while expressing disappointment in saying the player has made "some poor decisions." "I just want to make sure that Im clear that everyone understands that I believe in Marcell, and I will do everything I can to make sure that we can get him on the right track," Marrone said two weeks ago. "Im going to do everything I can to help a 24-year-old man make better decisions." NOTES: LB Manny Lawson and DL Alan Branch reported for the mandatory minicamp after both skipped the teams voluntary sessions this off-season. Lawson said he found it important to take time off from football and be with his family. ... TE Scott Chandler was excused from practice for personal reasons. Starting LT Cordy Glenn was absent due to an illness. ... Rookie OT Seantrel Henderson missed practice due to travel delays. Trevor Richards Jersey . Each day, provides the latest rumours, reports and speculation from around the NHL beat. Duck Calling With several marquee centres available via trade and expected to be available via free agency, the Anaheim Ducks could be primed to be big players in the coming days. Joe Maddon Jersey . Petersburg of the KHL. Belov was a free agent last summer when he signed a one-year contract with the Oilers. In 57 games this season he had one goal and six assists with 34 penalty minutes in Edmonton. . The Raptors have been outscored 88-66 in the opening quarter over a three-game span to begin the month of February. Their most recent loss, 109-101 in Sacramento on Wednesday, was eerily similar to Saturdays defeat at the hands of the Trail Blazers. Brendan McKay Jersey . As each game passes (each has played close with the exception of last night) it becomes clearer just how evenly matched these two teams are and how one mistake, or one bad inning, is likely to sway the result. Brandon Lowe Jersey . -- Jim Furyk was 10 shots worse and right where he wanted to be Saturday in the BMW Championship.Maui, HI ( - Russell Henley fired an 8-under 65 on Friday as he grabbed a 1-stroke lead after the opening round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Henley won The Honda Classic in 2014 to earn his spot in the winners-only field. He birdied five of the first seven holes and carded eight birdies in a bogey-free round on the Plantation Course at Kapalua Resort. The 25-year-old played this event last year after winning the 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii. Henley failed to break 70 and he finished in 27th place last year. Sang-Moon Bae is one stroke back at minus-7. Jimmy Walker, a three-time winner last season, carded a 6-under 67. He was joined in third place by Patrick Reed, Scott Stallings, Ben Martin and Robert Streb, who sits atop the FedExCup points list. Defending champion Zach Johnson opened with a 5-under 68. He shares eighth place with world No. 11 Matt Kuchar, John Senden and Chris Kirk. J.B. Holmes, Steven Bowditch, Kevin Streelman, Matt Jones, Brendon Todd and Nick Taylor are one stroke back at minus-4. Henley poured in a 21-footer for birdie on the first and made his second birdie at the third. After a par on the fourth, Henley rolled in back-to-back 5-foot birdie putts at five and six. At the seventh, Henley converted a 32-foot birdie effort to move to 5-under and within two of the lead. He ran off four straight pars from the eighth before he poured in a 26-foot birdie putt on the 12th. Henley parred his next three, including the 15th, where he made a 12-footer for par after losing his second shot in the trees left of the fairway. I was prepared after tthat shot for whatever score I was going to make, and I knew I was just going to keep trucking, said Henley of his second shot at 15.dddddddddddd After a trio of pars, Henley grabbed a piece of the lead with a 22-foot birdie putt on No. 16. Henley reached the green in two at the par-5 18th and 2-putted for a closing birdie, which gave him the lead. We had a good wind today and the course is firming up. My second year here, I feel a lot more comfortable, Henley admitted. I feel good (on these greens). I like Bermuda grass. Both my wins have come on Bermuda grass. Seventeen and 18, I hit four perfect shots coming in. Bae also carded his first birdie of the day at the second. He kicked off a hot stretch of golf with a 19-foot birdie effort at the fourth. Bae followed with a 2-putt birdie at the par-5 fifth. The reigning Open champion birdied three straight from the fifth, all from 15 to 19 feet out, to make it five in a row. That gave Bae a brief 4-shot lead at minus-6. Around the turn, Bae stumbled to a bogey at the 11th. He atoned for that mistake with a short birdie on No. 14. Bae made it two in a row as he dropped in a 10-foot birdie putt at 15 to get to 7-under. He closed his round with three straight birdies. I started really, really good on the front nine. I made a lot of putts. It was a pretty easy nine (holes), Bae said. NOTES: Henley has the first-round lead for the first time in his career ... Kuchar needed just 10 putts on the front nine, and he finished the round with 26 putts ... Johnson opened with a 67 last year when he beat Jordan Spieth by a single stroke. ' ' '

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