NFL free agency rumors: Chiefs have serious interest in CB Ronald Darby The move would pair Coleman with former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan Tevin Coleman is reuniting with his old coach.The former Falcons running back is signing a two-year, $10 million deal with the 49ers, according to ESPN. He tallied 2,340 rushing yards and 1,010 receiving yards with 29 total touchdowns in four years in Atlanta.Coleman will join a backfield that includes Matt Breida and Jerick McKinnon, who missed the 2018 season due to a season-ending leg injury, in San Francisco. 49ers signing Tevin Coleman to a two-year, $10 million deal, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13, 2019Coleman rushed for 800 yards and four touchdowns for the Falcons last season and also caught 32 passes for 276 yards and five TDs. Related News NFL free agency news: Chargers secure DT Brandon Mebane for two more years
FAIR HAVEN – Local residents came out to Fair Haven Fields June 15 to celebrate their town at Fair Haven Day. There was a climbing wall and bounce houses sponsored by various local businesses, giving children many opportunities for having fun. A favorite spot for the kids was a classic truck filled to the brim with bags of popcorn, all donated by Brennan’s Delicatessen. Face painting and colorful bandage wraps were also available. Mayor Ben Lucarelli and state Sen. Declan O’Scanlon were in attendance for the grand opening of a new toddler-friendly play set for the Fair Haven Fields playground, made possible through the fundraising efforts of local resident Cristina Stanley. All present enjoyed live music, great food and fun games with fireworks at the end of the night. Photos by Patrick Olivero
The Beautiful Game kicked off its World Cup Championship Thursday in Brazil, and while most of the public was at work, a few interested fans were locked in front of the television cheering on their favourite team.On opening day it was the Faraguna house in Nelson that was decked out in the Croatian colours as Guido and Boris Faraguna got together to support their homeland. Unfortunately a questionable penalty call ruined the day for Croatia, losers 3-1 to host Brazil.Action continues today with three games.At 9 a.m. Mexico battles Cameroon; at noon defending champion Spain takes on Netherland before Chile and Australia meet at 3 p.m.All games are on CBC Television.