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Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

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first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Foote said the difficulties that come with being a coach, one of which is longer working hours, isn’t too bad. The Detroit native said it’s not like he’s putting in the kind of hours those Ford Motor Company factory workers do. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Comments   Share   Top Stories center_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The two-time Super Bowl champion explained he wants to be called “Foote” and not “coach,” though you can forgive players for making that mistake. After all, Foote is a coach now, and while he’s on the field, he’s running the drills — not participating in them. The 34-year-old said the transition has been made easier because he’s “been the old guy anyway” on the field the last few years, but he did not really have plans to become a coach. Offered the job in his final meeting with Bruce Arians after last season, one in which the head coach told him he would be a good coach, Foote said he took a couple of days to think about it before deciding to give it a shot.And so far, so good.“The communication that he has is different than from some coaches because he’s coming out of it and just, where his eyes were as a player and he can teach young guys,” Arians said. “He has great respect from the players.”Well, mostly. “I’m getting it from both sides,” Foote said with a smile. “The players are hard on me, calling me a sellout. The coaches are being hard on me, calling me a rookie, (saying) I don’t know anything. I’m taking some abuse in there, I’m taking it. But I can handle it. I can handle it.” – / 16 TEMPE, Ariz. — Last season, linebacker Larry Foote was the proverbial coach on the field, a veteran who was productive while also being knowledgeable enough about the game to help his teammates.Now, he’s the literal coach off it, though he’s not quite used to the idea.“Got to get adjusted to people calling me ‘sir’ and ‘coach,’” Foote, the Cardinals’ inside linebackers coach, said Tuesday after OTAs. “I done put the ‘sir’ fine up on the board. Don’t call me that. But it’s fun.”last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter The winter edition of L

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first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe winter edition of LATTE‘s sister brand consumer magazine,  has been released this week and celebrates everything about travel’s fastest-growing industry: cruising. Issue 30 has been bumped up 160 pages to 176 – including 50 pages devoted to cruising and yachting – to bring readers even more of the world’s finest travel and lifestyle experiences.More Australians are setting sail on ocean cruises than ever – 1.34 million of us, or almost six per cent of the population, according to the latest figures from Cruise Lines International Association Australasia – and discerning travellers have never been exposed to such choice about where to go and which line to cruise with.The Cruise Issue pays homage to being on the water in all its forms. Find out how Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ has raised the bar for luxury at sea, venture to the Subantarctic Islands with Ponant, board Uniworld’s latest Super Ship on the Danube and sail in the wake of Portuguese explorers on a Sea Cloud windjammer. The issue also features a family exploration of the rugged Kimberley region with True North Adventure Cruises.Back on land, travel to the Yukon Territory in search of the Canadian northern lights and visit the 10 most remote hotels in the world, most only accessible by sky or sea. Editor-in-chief, Cathy Wagstaff, shares her newfound love for Sri Lanka, a diverse destination that well and truly deserves its place on the bucket-list.The 2018 Best-of-the-Best Luxury Cruise AwardsFollowing the success of the inaugural Cruise Awards last year, we have expanded our panel of expert judges to bring readers the definitive guide to luxury cruising.The 12 panellists are all leading Australian travel advisors that specialise in the luxury cruise industry, and were highly recommended to us for their outstanding knowledge of cruising.We called on their expertise to vote across 10 categories covering ocean, river and expedition cruising. In addition to the original categories, we have added the best ships for a multigenerational escape and the tour operators that elevate the cruise experience even further.Click here to see the full list of categories and winners, or go online to signatureluxurytravel.com.au/cruise-awards-2018Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more