Steelers at Browns Official Wednesday Injury Report

first_img Matt Loede WednesdayCB Damarious Randall (knee) LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE Practice Report LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE Related TopicsBrownsSteelers WednesdayLB James Burgess (concussion), CB E.J. Gaines (knee)center_img Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. WednesdayLB Genard Avery (glute), DT Trevon Coley (ankle), TE Seth DeValve (quadricep), WR Josh Gordon (hamstring), T Desmond Harrison (knee) Today is the first official injury report for the 2018 season as the Browns and Steelers get set for battle Sunday in Cleveland.Here’s a look at the report distributed earlier today by the NFL. CLEVELAND BROWNS PITTSBURGH STEELERS Practice Report WednesdayTE Vance McDonald (foot)last_img read more

Middle school roundup: Elm Grove, Greenacres to play for 8th-grade title

first_imgThe Elm Grove Eagles and Greenacres Mustangs will meet for the Bossier Parish middle school eighth-grade district title next Tuesday at Airline Stadium.The Eagles and Mustangs both improved to 4-0 in district play with victories Tuesday. Elm Grove defeated Benton 30-0 at Benton, and Greenacres downed Haughton 30-14 at Airline Stadium.The other eighth-grade game this week between Rusheon and Cope scheduled for Bossier High’s Memorial Stadium was moved to Thursday.In seventh-grade action Tuesday, Haughton improved to 4-0 in district play with a 48-20 victory over Greenacres, and Benton rallied late for a 22-16 win over Elm Grove.If Cope defeats Rusheon Thursday, Haughton and Cope will play for the seventh-grade title next Tuesday at Haughton.At Benton Tuesday, Amani Larry had a hand in three touchdowns to lead the Eagles to the eighth-grade win.He scored on a 1-yard sneak, returned a kickoff 65 yards for a TD and passed 60 yards to Nick Cannon for another. Larry also passed to Anthony Papason for a two-point conversion.Zeke McKnight scored the Eagles’ other touchdown on a 10-yard run. Contravious Morris scored two conversions.Elm Grove coach Mark Tabor said Caleb Shearin, Alec Crain and Papason were among the defensive standouts. He also cited the play of Miguel Espino and Deyrion Eloph on the offensive line.This group of Elm Grove eighth-graders is 17-0 overall over the past two seasons.Benton had its chances but couldn’t put the ball in the end zone. The Tigers looked like they were going to tie the game in the second quarter but the Eagles stopped the drive with an interception at the 1.Brad Fream made some nice throws. Ethan Yarbrough had a catch that put Benton in scoring position.In the seventh-grade game, Elm Grove took a 16-14 lead late in the game on Tyler Jacobs’ 60-yard fumble return and Samorii Dooley’s conversion run.But Benton drove down the field and scored on a swing pass from Bryson Connell to Bobby Smith to get the win.Elm Grove’s other TD came on a pass from Drake Fontenot to James Corley. Dooley scored the conversion.Dooley rushed for 70 yards on 10 carries and Peyton Lewis had 30 on six. Tabor said Adam Johnson did a good job of blocking up front. He said Jacobs and Tobias Spoon were among the defensive standouts.At Airline, Greenacres’ Trey Taylor continued his outstanding season, scoring on runs of 3 and 7 yards and returning an interception 65 yards for a touchdown in the Eagles’ eighth-grade victory. Hunter Clemens caught two conversion passes from Kourtnee Samuels.Cade Nelson also scored a TD for the Mustangs. Jonathan Lacour had an interception.Haughton led 14-6 at the half. Coach Darin Walker said Gavin Roe and Trenton Seets both ran the ball well. Landon Thompson competed seven passes. Walker also said the defense played well.Keyshawn Davis continued his outstanding season for the Haughton seventh-grade squad, scoring four touchdowns. Trenton Contario and Tristan Sweeney also scored TDs.CJ McWilliams completed nine passes, including two for touchdowns. He also had a hand in four conversions.Sweeney and Kilian Malena led the defense, Walker said. Malena had an interception.— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.comNote: The above report was compiled from information received from coaches. It includes all reports received by 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22.Total by CNBC CatalystDiscover the battery that can store solar power through the winter.Total by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoInstant Voice TranslatorInstant Voice Translator (43 Languages) Takes Hong Kong By StormInstant Voice Translator|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystBlockchain Is Changing the Game for Trade Financing. Here’s How It’s Driving Future Global Trade.StanChart by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles find each other in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

Georgia blew early chances in embarrassing 38-10 home loss to Alabama

first_imgAlabama defensive lineman D.J. Pettway (57) stops Georgia tailback Nick Chubb (27) at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. on Saturday October 3, 2015.Alabama defensive lineman D.J. Pettway (57) stops Georgia tailback Nick Chubb (27) at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. on Saturday October 3, 2015.ATHENS, Ga. — As much as I disagree with Georgia’s first play from scrimmage, looking back on it, it was good call.Alabama was geared up to stop Nick Chubb. So the Bulldogs called play action off Chubb and Greyson Lambert went deep to Malcolm Mitchell, who had redshirt freshman Marlon Humphrey on him.Mitchell had Humphrey beat, but Lambert’s pass was underthrown and wound up incomplete.Had Lambert and Mitchell connected, that gets the crowd going in all that rain and Georgia sets the tone of using the pass to set up the run. I’m more of the type that you do what you do best in the big games and to me, that play sent the wrong message. It almost conceded to the notion Georgia couldn’t run the ball on Alabama despite having one of the nation’s best backs.Plus I thought the rain would make Georgia commit more to the run, but Lambert threw the ball four times on Georgia’s first six plays. On the other side, Alabama coach Nick Saban said the weather made him stick even more to the run-first game plan.Now I could harp about that first call all day, but the bottom line is Georgia was doing the job on Derrick Henry early, winning the battle of field position, but went scoreless in the first quarter. That set the tone for what wound up being the worse home loss for Georgia in 20 years as it crumbled, 38-10, to Alabama.“We got whipped and, we all know it and we’ve got to so something about it,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said after the game. “We’ll watch the film and face the truth and look at ways we can improve. We as coaches have to make decisions to do that.”However, the Bulldogs blew early chances to take command.The Bulldogs got the ball off a Henry fumble and ended up having to punt after three plays and two of those were passes. Georgia went 3-and-out on its first three possessions. Had six total in the first half and the final drive last two plays and ended with a sack before time ran out in the second quarter.On the fourth drive, the Bulldogs drove inside the red zone, settled for a field goal, but Alabama was called for a personal foul. That moved the ball to the Alabama 8, but Georgia drew a 15-yard facemask penalty, lost 12 yards on Lambert’s sack and fumble and lost five more yards on Chubb’s screen play. Had Lambert not connected with Terry Goodwin for 26 yards, Georgia would have blew that chance to score. Marshall Morgan ended up tying the game, but at that point, Alabama was thinking, OK, we’re not doing anything on offense, but neither are the Bulldogs.Next thing you know. Derrick Henry pops a 30-yard touchdown run. Georgia goes 3-and-out again. The Bulldogs then start their next offensive drive with a false start and Alabama ended it by blocking punt and scoring off it to go up 17-3.Georgia goes 3-and-out again on the next series. See a pattern. With momentum going, Jake Coker takes a shot deep and hits freshman Calvin Ridley for a touchdown to go up 24-3.Game over. The rain was falling and Georgia’s hopes of winning were getting washed out in the process, but the Bulldogs blew early opportunities to win the game.“The dam broke and unfortunately, we just didn’t have enough counterpunches to get back in it,” Richt said.last_img read more

Other Sports Fate Of Tokyo Olympics Will Possibly Be Known In Three Months: International Olympic Council Member

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Tokyo: Dick Pound, the longest-serving member of the IOC, estimates there’s a three-month window to decide the fate of the Tokyo Olympics, which are being threatened by the fast-spreading coronavirus from China. Pound, in an exclusive interview with The Associated Press, did not sound alarmist over the coronavirus. But he did speak frankly about the risks facing the Olympics, which open July 24. Pound has been an International Olympic Committee member since 1978, 13 years longer than current President Thomas Bach. “You could certainly go to two months out if you had to,” Pound said, which would mean putting off a decision until late May and hoping the virus is under control.”A lot of things have to start happening. You’ve got to start ramping up your security, your food, the Olympic Village, the hotels, The media folks will be in there building their studios.” And if it got to the point of not going ahead, Pound speculated “you’re probably looking at a cancellation. This is the new war and you have to face it. In and around that time, I’d say folks are going to have to ask: ‘Is this under sufficient control that we can be confident about going to Tokyo, or not?'”China on Tuesday reported 508 new cases and another 71 deaths, 68 of them in the central city of Wuhan, where the epidemic was first detected in December. The updates bring mainland China’s totals to 77,658 cases and 2,663 deaths. South Korea now has the second-most cases in the world with 977, including 10 deaths. Clusters of the illness are now appearing in the Middle East and Europe. This could signal a new stage in the spread of the virus with four deaths reported in Japan.Pound encouraged athletes to keep training. About 11,000 are expected for the Olympics, and another 4,400 for the Paralympics, which open on Aug. 25. “As far as we all know you’re going to be in Tokyo,” Pound said. “All indications are at this stage that it will be business as usual. So keep focused on your sport and be sure that the IOC is not going to send you into a pandemic situation.” The modern Olympics dating from 1896 have only been cancelled during wartime, and faced boycotts in 1976 in Montreal, in 1980 in Moscow and 1984 in Los Angeles, all in Pound’s memory. The Olympics in 1940 were to be in Tokyo, but were called off because of Japan’s war with China and World War II.Dick Pound has been an International Olympic Committee member since 1978, 13 years longer than current President Thomas Bach. (Image credit: Getty Images)Pound called uncertainty a major problem and repeated the IOC’s stance that it’s depending on consultations with the World Health Organization, a United Nations body, to make any move. So far, the games are on. “It’s a big, big, big decision and you just can’t take it until you have reliable facts on which to base it,” Pound said. He said whatever advice the IOC is now getting, “it doesn’t call for cancellation or postponement of the Olympics. You just don’t postpone something on the size and scale of the Olympics. There’s so many moving parts, so many countries and different seasons, and competitive seasons, and television seasons. You can’t just say, we’ll do it in October.”Moving To Another CityUnlikely If changes have to be made, Pound said every option faced obstacles. Pound said moving to another city seemed unlikely. “To move the place is difficult because there are few places in the world that could think of gearing up facilities in that short time to put something on,” Pound said. London mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey has suggested the British capital as an alternative.Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike suggested that was an inappropriate offer, using the virus as political campaign fodder. Pound said he would not favor a dispersal of events over various venues because that wouldn’t “constitute an Olympic Games. You’d end up with a series of world championships.” He said it would be very difficult to spread around all these sports in a 17-day period with only a few month’s notice.Staying in Tokyo but moving it back a few months would be unlikely to satisfy North American broadcasters, whose schedules are full in the fall with American football, college football, European soccer, basketball, baseball, and ice hockey. Of course, other world broadcasters also have jammed schedules.”It would be tough to get the kind of blanket coverage that people expect around the Olympic Games,” Pound said. “It’s certainly tougher than it would have been in 1964 in Tokyo when you didn’t have the saturation sports schedule on television. How about delaying for a year, but staying in Tokyo? Japan is officially spending USD 12.6 billion to organize the Olympics, although a national audit board says the country is spending twice that much. Then you have to ask if you can hold the bubble together for an extra year. Then of course you have to fit all of this into the entire international sports schedule.”Also Read | Japan Football League Tournament Suspended Due To Coronavirus, Uncertainty Increases Over Tokyo OlympicsPound said the IOC has been building up an “emergency fund” for such circumstances, reported to be about USD 1 billion. That could fund international sports federations who depend on income from the IOC to operate and the IOC itself. “This would be what you normally call a force majeure,” said Pound, a Canadian lawyer by training, using the legal phrase for “unforeseeable circumstances. It’s not an insurable risk and it’s not one that can be attributed to one or the other of the parties. So everybody takes their lumps. There would be a lack of revenue on the Olympic Movement side.”last_img read more

Hasselbaink pleased for Washington after first QPR goal

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Washington must be patient in search for QPR goal – JFHQPR submit offer for Iceland forward BodvarssonQPR boss rules out midfielder signingQPR v Watford – as it happenedWashington off the mark as QPR beat WatfordQPR knocked back by Spurs in bid to land PritchardQPR expect Bidwell to quickly shake off ankle problemWashington determined to prove himself at QPRPolter on accents, the future and how he turned things around at QPR Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink said he was pleased for Conor Washington after the striker finally scored his first QPR goal.Washington, signed from Peterborough in January, headed in with his first touch after coming on as a substitute in Rangers’ 2-0 win against Watford at Loftus Road, where Sebastian Polter also netted.AdChoices广告“I’m very pleased for Conor – very happy,” said boss Hasselbaink, whose team will start their Championship season against Leeds next weekend.“He’s a goalscorer but I’ve asked him to do a little bit more. He’s now playing in the Championship and needs to do other things as well.Washington made 15 appearances for Rangers last season“He is trying and he is improving. Goals will help him and I’m pleased that he’s got that one off his shoulder.”However, Washington faces competition for a place in the Rangers side.The club are keen to sign Iceland forward Jon Dadi Bodvarsson, who will compete with Polter for the role of target man if he moves to west London.And Hasselbaink is reluctant to deploy Washington in a wide role in order to accommodate him.The Dutchman explained: “If you’re going to put them on the wing then it has to be for the right reasons at the right time.“You also don’t want to take too much away from him. We want him to play as much as possible to his strengths.“He’s competing against other strikers and that’s normal. Competition should bring the best out of him and when he gets his chance he needs to keep it.”‘More positive’Rangers’ performance in the final friendly of their pre-season campaign was a marked improvement on their display at Burton on Tuesday.“It was more positive than Burton. We looked good together and the organisation was vital,” Hasselbaink said.“It was very positive, but let’s not carried away. There’s still work to be done and we can still get stronger.“I want to make sure that even when we don’t have the ball we control and dictate.”last_img read more

Europe stops transfer of CSKA

first_imgThe management and the sports and technical staff of CSKA are thinking about a solid offer that came for the striker Ali Sow, Tema Sport writes. The offer is from a club from an eastern country.However, the “Army” is in no hurry to accept. The reason is that the team has an excellent chance for a strong raid in the Europa League. In the second qualifying round, the Reds will meet BATE Borisov, and if successful, they will face the winner of the pair B36 Torshavn (Faroe Islands) – THC (Wales).Winbet – double the thrill of the game! (18+)Ali Sow is the main striker in the squad of Stamen Belchev and at this stage the “Army” are not willing to part with him. At least not until the team’s European campaign is over. However, the position of the management may change with an offer of more than 3 million euros.In the winter, Al Ahly (Cairo) had a solid interest in the Gambian. Then the management of CSKA acknowledged three serious offers. If Ali Sow is sold, the Army will certainly attract a new striker, although Stamen Belchev also has Ahmed Ahmedov, Tonislav Yordanov and Tomi Yuric in the same position.efbet League – season 2020/2021Championship standingsFollow with BLITZ: Transfer summer 2020 in efbet Leaguelast_img read more

Astros cheating scandal: Jim Crane claims players will apologize during spring training

first_img WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US Astros using cameras to steal signs, a breakdown— Jomboy (@Jomboy_) November 12, 2019 Houston Astros cheating scandal has been one of the major talking points in Major League Baseball (MLB) in recent weeks. Recently, MLB found Astros guilty of sign-stealing in their World Series title-winning season in 2017. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred subsequently released a statement, penalising Astros of $5 million and 4 draft picks along with suspensions to several key Astros officials including GM Jeff Luhnow and AJ Hinch. Astros owner Jim Crane addressed the media on the scandal stating that players will apologise during the spring training. In 2017, Houston Astros beat Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series in 7 games. However, multiple reports released in late-2019 revealed that Astros used a camera positioned in the centre field to steal signs during games. A team member would then watch the feed and pass on the opponents’ sign to the hitter. MLB’s investigation revealed that Astros developed a player-driven system using illegal electronics to decode signs during the game. Reports state Astros used the illegal means in 2017 and 2018.Along with a $5 million fine, Astros GM Jeff Luhnow and manager A.J. Hinch were handed 1-year suspensions. They were subsequently fired by the Astros. Former assistant GM Brandon Taubman was also suspended for one year. However, MLB decided against handing out penalties to the Astros players. Alex Cora, who was the Astros’ bench coach in 2017 was fired by Boston Red Sox. Carlos Beltran, who was with the Astros in 2017, also parted ways with New York Mets.Also Read | Beanballs, Boos, Lost Legacy? Astros cheating scandal, MLB Brace For Fallout Also Read | Astros cheating scandal: Team SACKS GM Jeff Luhnow, AJ Hinch After MLB SuspensionHowever, during a media session, Jim Crane revealed that the team plans to get together during the spring training and issue an official apology. Crane added that the entire team is currently split up. Crane says players will first formulate an apology together then address the media on the scandals. He concluded that his side is willing to apologise and move forward for the 2020 MLB season.Also Read | MLB: Cody Bellinger Rants About How Astros Cheating Scandal Is Ruining The Integrity Of BaseballAstros cheating scandal Sujay Chakraborty Last Updated: 22nd January, 2020 17:39 IST Astros Cheating Scandal: Jim Crane Claims Players Will Apologize During Spring Training Astros were recently found guilty of stealing signs during their World Series title-winning season in 2017. Owner Jim Crane says players will apologise soon. Astros owner Jim Crane said when the team assembles for Spring Training the players will come up with a plan to address the sign stealing saga publicly and will apologize for their role in the events that led to MLB’s sanctions.— Alyson Footer (@alysonfooter) January 22, 2020center_img LIVE TV COMMENT Alex Bregman on sign-stealing saga: “The Commissioner came out with a report, MLB did their report and the Astros did what they did. They made their decision on what they’re going to do.”More from Bregman in this video:— Brian McTaggart (@brianmctaggart) January 18, 2020 First Published: 22nd January, 2020 17:39 IST Written By Also Read | Astros’ Jose Altuve Denies Wearing Electronic Devices During Games, MLB ConcursAstros held their annual FanFest event at Minute Maid Park over the weekend. However, social media was furious after no player opted to comment on the scandal. Astros third baseman Alex Bregman avoided questions about the scandal while Jose Altuve expressed his defiance stating ‘Astros will be in the World Series again’. FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Lewis Hamilton’s vegan diet fuels Sam Bird to glory in Formula E’s season opener

first_img What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night.center_img Amazing Controlled Building Demolition You Probably Haven’t Seen Before Omg this is awesome 🙂 LEWIS HAMILTON’S vegan diet has fuelled Sam Bird to glory in Formula E’s season opener.Londoner Bird put his win in Saudi Arabia down to a summer transformation – which saw him go vegan and lose six kilos.Lewis Hamilton has been publicly passionate about his vegan dietCredit: EPAHamilton, 34, as made his passion for going vegan public and Bird has taken note and gone on to reap the rewards in the opening race.Bird said: “I wanted to push myself, I set myself a target – I entered myself into a half marathon, I’ve enjoyed the process and the application.“My wife has made me go vegan, I can’t pretend that I am fully doing it – but I can definitely feel a difference in myself.“I have more energy, I’m lighter on my feet and I’ve got a spring in my step.“I have lost six kilos – myself, Jean-Eric Vergne and my wife really believe in it. “The best racing driver probably of all time is an avid vegan.“There’s something in it, there really is.”Andre Lotterer, Tag Heuer Porsche, celebrates on the podium Sam Bird, Envision Virgin Racing, on the podiumThe Virgin driver fought from fifth to win the Diriyah ePrix – becoming the only driver to win a race in all six FE campaigns.Bird battled through the field leaving Mercedes, Porsche and BMW in his wake.The 32-year-old’s victory comes on the fifth anniversary of his and Virgin’s maiden FE race win in Malaysia.Tag Heuer Porsche have big ambitions as they make their debut in Formula E Source: Motorsport – read more

The final four: Darby Stanchfield burger-loaded to direct tonight’s “Scandal”

first_imgABC/Richard Cartwright(LOS ANGELES) — Darby Stanchfield’s Abby Whelan can be tough as nails on Scandal, but the actress admitted to ABC Radio that stepping behind the camera to direct tonight’s episode — one of only four left in the series — was intimidating.“It was so much. It was like drinking from a fire hose. I mean, you had to make five thousand decisions a day,” she tells ABC Radio.  “I’m not even exaggerating.”Like any challenge, directing “The Noise” took some fueling up, Stanchfield recalls.“I had so much adrenaline and I was working so hard that I was constantly, I was like, you know, a 14-year-old teenager who just got done swimming a hundred laps,” she says.  “Like, I needed food all the time because it was exhausting. I went to In-and-Out at least four times when I was directing.”Nerves aside, Darby said her co-stars made calling the shots on set easy.“Even…you know, the veteran actors who’ve been, you know, acting much longer than me, they were like, ‘Direct me. Go ahead!’” the actress says.  “You know, they, I mean, I got in there and I, you know, offer suggestions or try this or that and it was so fantastic to feel that respect and like, ‘We know this is your first time but we’re just gonna trust you,’ and I had a blast.”So is there a secret to directing Scandal? “The secret is these actors kind of direct themselves!” Stanchfield laughs, “So I’m just calling action.”  Check out Darby Stachfield’s handiwork when Scandal airs tonight at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

White House to send team to Singapore in case Trump-Kim summit takes place

first_img Related iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — The White House is still planning to send a team to Singapore in case a summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un happens after all.White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement that a “pre-advance team for Singapore will leave as scheduled in order to prepare should the summit take place.”The statement comes after news of a surprise meeting Saturday morning between Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in to discuss a potential summit between the North Korean leader and Trump.Trump announced earlier this week that he was canceling the planned June 12 summit with Kim. But, on Friday evening, the president tweeted that such a meeting could still happen on that date.The last time — two weeks ago — that a White House delegation traveled in advance of the planned summit, they were stood up by their North Korean counterparts.The surprise meeting between the North and South Korean leaders on Saturday, held in a village on the north side of their shared border, was to exchange opinions about holding a successful summit between Kim and President Trump, and on how to implement steps that Kim and Moon agreed to in their last meeting on April 27, the South Korean president’s office said.It is unknown whether North Korea requested the meeting first, but sources told ABC News that it was arranged in the morning. Moon is expected to announce details of the meeting at a press conference on Sunday, according to his office.At the meeting, Kim was with his sister, Kim Yo-jong, and his top aide, Kim Yong-chol, in charge of inter-Korean affairs. Moon was accompanied by South Korea’s national intelligence service chief, Suh Hoon.The White House has not yet responded to a request for comment on Saturday’s meeting. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more