Three field goal attempts ago Arizona Cardinals k

first_imgThree field goal attempts ago, Arizona Cardinals kicker Jay Feely was the toast of the town.In his third year with the team, Feely had just made a franchise-record 61-yard field goal to tie the game late against the Buffalo Bills. He had made 11 of his last 12 attempts, and gained a reputation for being one of the more clutch kickers in the game.Then Feely got a chance to win the game just a couple minutes later, only his 38-yard attempt was tipped at the line before hitting the goalpost. The Cardinals eventually lost in overtime. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments   Share   center_img Feely missed another field goal attempt the next week, a 47-yard try at the end of the first half against the Vikings, and now it appears the Cardinals may have had enough.According to reports confirmed by Arizona Sports’ Paul Calvisi, the team worked out free agent kicker Josh Brown Tuesday. Brown, 33, most recently kicked for the St. Louis Rams. He made just 21 of 28 field goal attempts last season, and the team decided to go in a different direction. He joined the New York Jets for training camp this year, but the team decided to stick with incumbent Nick Folk.For his career, which spans nine seasons with the Rams and Seattle Seahawks, Brown has made 80.9 percent of his field goals and 99.3 percent of his extra points. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

Antarctic glacier gets new name in wake of sexual harassment finding

first_imgThe newly renamed Matataua Glacier lies in the Royal Society Range in Antarctica. Email Peter Reicek/NSF Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! Country Last year, Marchant was found to have sexually harassed then–graduate student Jane Willenbring during field work in Antarctica nearly 20 years ago. Willenbring, now at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego, California, says she was “pleased and surprised” by the move, which she says “sends a message that this sort of thing isn’t tolerated anymore.” She calls the new name “completely appropriate.”The glacier, originally named in 1994, sits near Mata Taua Peak in the Royal Society Range. “Matataua” is a Maori word meaning “a scout before the troops,” says Louis Yost, BGN’s executive secretary. BGN made the decision in agreement with the New Zealand Geographic Board (Ngā Pou Taunaha o Aotearoa). *Correction, 19 September, 10:10 a.m.: This story has been updated to reflect BGN’s status as an interdepartmental agency. 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Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) The changes sparked by the #MeToo movement have now reached Antarctic glaciers.Last week, the Marchant Glacier was renamed the Matataua Glacier in the wake of a finding of sexual harassment against its namesake, geologist David Marchant. The change was made by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names (BGN) in Reston, Virginia, an interdepartment agency of the U.S. government.“Boston University determined David Marchant violated Title IX regulations, and U.S. policy says geographic features are to be named for people who have made extraordinary or outstanding contributions to the advancement of polar science,” says Kelly Falkner, director of the Office of Polar Programs at the National Science Foundation in Alexandria, Virginia, the lead agency for the U.S. Antarctic program. “Boston University found Marchant created an environment that was hostile and harmful to fellow researchers, particularly women. 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