Buffalo Bills Rb Jonathan Williams Not Guilty In Drunk Driving Case

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Great day for Buffalo Bills running back Jonathan Williams -- who fought his 2016 drunk driving arrest ... And Won. TMZ Sports broke the story ... Williams -- a 5th round pick out of Arkansas in 2016 -- was pulled over in Fayatteville, Ar on July 14 when cops suspected he had been drinking. Williams had admitted to drinking a 40 oz. before getting behind the wheel, but refused to take a breathalyzer ... leading to his arrest. He begged cops to
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Horror Highlights: Q&A with Dead West Director Jeff Ferrell, Rings, The Burningmoore Deaths

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“Revenge never dies” in Dead West, the new film from writer/director Jeff Ferrell. And with the road trip revenge thriller coming out on DVD via Rlj Entertainment this Tuesday, we caught up with Ferrell for our latest Q&A feature. In today’s Horror Highlights, we also have photos from last week’s Los Angeles fan screening of Rings and the trailer and release details for The Burningmoore Deaths.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Jeff. How and when did you first come up with the idea for Dead West?

Jeff Ferrell: The idea for Dead West was born during the shooting of my first movie, Ghostlight. One night after filming, I was with the lead actor, Brian Sutherland, in his hotel room. We were drinking beers and throwing ideas around, when he suddenly said, “I really wanna play a serial killer. Write
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Buffalo Bills Rookie -- Drunk Driving Arrest Video ... 'Officer, I Just Got Drafted' (Video)

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[[tmz:video id="0_g5l552v9"]] TMZ Sports has obtained footage from the night Buffalo Bills rookie running back Jonathan Williams was arrested for drunk driving ... and at one point he begs the officer for mercy because he just got drafted.  Williams -- who was selected in the 5th round of the 2016 Draft -- was pulled over on July 14th in Arkansas.  The cop clearly suspects Williams is drunk and gives him various field sobriety tests including "walk the line" -- Williams bombed that.
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New York Television Festival Crowns Independent Pilot Competition Winners

New York Television Festival Crowns Independent Pilot Competition Winners
The New York Television Festival announced the winners of its Independent Pilot Competition on Saturday night.

Top honors went to comedy pilot “New Partner” and drama pilot “Riftworld.” See a complete list of winners below.

“It’s an exciting time to love TV, create TV and develop TV – across all platforms – and this year’s Festival harnessed this excitement as fans, executives and independent artists celebrated this art form,” said Nytvf Founder and Executive Director Terence Gray. “We saw a real uptick across the board in the quality of submissions this year, resulting in strong engagement by industry decision-makers, and a record number of meetings taking place throughout the week between these partners and our Official Artists.”

Best Comedy Pilot: “New Partner

Created by Quinn Beswick and Josh Margolin (Los Angeles, CA)

Welcome to the the cursed existence of Ron Robinson, a cop who can’t stop getting his partners killed.
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Stop What You're Doing and Watch This Emt Vogue to Rihanna (We Can't Get Enough of Him)

EMTs are known to save, but this guy is absolutely Killllling It. New Jersey's own, Jonathan Williams, was filmed via a dash cam having a dance party in his ambulance. Sure, it's maybe a little dangerous to vogue while you drive, but this guy's voguing is Sickening. Plus, he's just so happy. The song that turned him up? Rihanna's "Pour It Up." Nonetheless, New York's CBS 2 reports Williams "got reprimanded" by his boss. Williams says, "I was out of service and heading home. I'd never do that with a patient on board." As for the tweeted he got from RiRi (see below)? "I was flabbergasted—totally, utterly flabbergasted."
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5 Halfbacks Who Will Run Through College Football In 2014

Since the days of Walter Payton, Franco Harris, and Barry Sanders, the Running Back has evolved into one of the best if not the best athlete on the field today. A combination of speed, power, and agility are characteristics of the best running backs on the professional and college level today. Some of the most prolific players in football history excelled as Heisman Trophy winners and NFL MVPs, without them, football would be a much different sport than we know it as today.

Here are five of the best Running Backs in College Football who will leave defenses in the dust in 2014:

Honorable Mentions:

Travis Greene, Bowling Green (279 carries, 1,594 yards, 11 TDs)

-The former Wide Receiver found his calling in the backfield for the Falcons in 2013, rushing for 1,594 yards, good for 11th nationally and 2nd in the Mid American Conference this year.
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Crystal Palace 0-1 Spurs – Match Report

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Tottenham Hotspur were the victors at Selhurst Park today in their opening game of the season against newly promoted Crystal Palace.

Spurs got things underway with new signing Roberto Soldado kicking off alongside Gylfi Sigurdsson.

It was a cagey start from both teams as they found their feet, with neither goalkeeper really being tested in the early stages.

The first real chance came in the eighth minute when Mousa Dembele drove forward and found Danny Rose on the left wing. The full back crossed to give Roberto Soldado his first sniff of goal, but the Spaniard headed both high and wide.

Spurs started to take charge and, just a minute later, Kyle Walker and Aaron Lennon combined to threaten down the right, but Lennon’s final ball was deflected out for a corner which came to nothing.

Two minutes later, another Spurs debutant – Paulinho – thought he was through on goal,

Wales 0-0 Republic of Ireland – Match Report

There wasn’t much to inspire either set of spectators in this drab draw in Cardiff’s Millenium Stadium on Wednesday night, as Wales and the Republic of Ireland played out a 0-0 scoreline.

The best of the chances fell to West Brom striker Shane Long, who had 2 good chances either side of the break. Paddy Madden and Robbie Brady also had good chances for the visitors, who dominated a dreadful match. Neither side managed a shot on target in the first half; the first save of the game was made by Sunderland keeper Kieran Westwood; diving to smother a Craig Bellamy free-kick.

Wales looked frankly toothless without the talismanic Gareth Bale, who watched from the sidelines, and will not relish their final qualifying games, unless they can seriously improve their form. Ireland were on top for much of the second half, and their inability to take chances will worry their Italian manager Giovanni Trappatoni.

Crystal Palace Premier League Preview 2013/14

A preview of Crystal Palace’s Premier League season including ‘player to watch’ and position prediction.

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It has hardly been the ideal preparation for their return to the Premier League after an 8 year absence, with manager Ian Holloway becoming increasingly frustrated with the process of player recruitment. Back in the big time, Palace are being linked to a plethora of players on a daily basis. It is hard for fans to get too excited as it is obvious that many of the links are either a result of lazy journalism or agents desperate to get their prized assets in the shop window. In a recent interview following a link with Celtic defender Efe Ambrose, Holloway admitted to not knowing who he was.

One player who has been constantly linked is Arsenal’s forgotten man, Marouane Chamakh (Editor’s Note: A player who had a medical at Palace on

TV highlights 27/05/2013

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The Story Of Now

10pm, ITV

Fittingly, there's quite a bit of filler on this history of the Now That's What I Call Music! franchise, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Screenwipe's own Barry Shitpeas would be hard-pressed to top, say, Sean Paul's memories of those early vinyl versions ("I used to smell it. I used to look at the pictures for hours"). However, as Dom Joly says, this is undoubtedly "social history" of a kind; and thanks to industry wheeler-dealing, it certainly helped to give some lesser-sung artists a bigger platform. Ajc

Britain's Got Talent

7.30pm, ITV

The oddballs have been buzzed out of the building and now the ratings rhino hits a week of live semi-finals in which the
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Scotland vs Wales: Team News, Match Preview & Likely Line-Ups

Home Nations rivals Scotland and Wales will face-off tomorrow at Hampden Park, with both sides needing a win to keep any hope alive of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The two bottom sides in Group A met last October at the Millenium Stadium with Wales emerging victorious thanks to a Gareth Bale double. James Morrison had earlier scored for the Scots and Steven Fletcher had a goal disallowed but like much of Craig Levein’s tenure as Scotland manager luck was not on their side.

Chris Coleman also has not endured the best of times as a national team manager. However, he picked up his second win as Wales manager in February when Austria were beaten 2-1. This gives them some momentum going into this match. Scotland also have a new sense of optimism with former Celtic boss Gordon Strachan now at the helm and he will be

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