first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling “No, because we have so many good leaders. Just in his room alone, you’ve got Pat, Rashad, Jerraud; they’re all more than capable leaders. They’ll take care of him too.”On how Rashad Johnson is progressing from his injury:“He should practice this week.”On whether he expects Andre Ellington to return this week:“We’re hoping we can get a different shoe on him that’s comfortable.”On whether there will be increased playing time for D.J. Swearinger:“Yeah, his role will increase each week. He played extremely well and that’s another bright spot.”On the offensive line’s performance last night in the run game:“They blocked pretty well. We had a pretty clean pocket all night, except for a couple plays. But yeah, that was one of our better efforts.”On Arizona’s defensive adjustments against Philadelphia’s offense in the second half:“It’s the same story with that offense. They come out hot and you’ve got to match the tempo. Then you see it all and it kind of slows down real fast for you. But, they still hit a big pass where we busted a coverage and gave them an 80-yarder.”On whether Palmer dislocated a finger on his hand:“It popped out, but it’s fine.” He started with an opening statement:“Injury-wise, Tyrann (Mathieu) has a torn ACL. He’ll miss the season. Josh Mauro has a calf. He’ll probably be a week, hopefully. Josh played a heck of a ball game. Very happy for obvious reasons; it’s very bittersweet when you lose a guy like Ty.”On how Mathieu is reacting to the news:“He just found out.”On what type of adjustments Arizona will now make due to Mathieu’s injury:“Just like we always have. Jerraud (Powers) will move into nickel. We’ll see what roster moves we make, if we make any. Tony (Jefferson) played well. D.J. (Swearinger) played well. Hopefully, we’ll get Rashad (Johnson) back and just keep on moving.”On what his personal feelings are on Mathieu’s injury:“He’ll be fine. He’ll bounce back and be ready for next year.”On why Mathieu is his “favorite”:“Yeah. We have a little different bond just because of where he came from and where I came from. I’ve just gotten really attached to him. I love the player, but I love the person more.”On the season that Mathieu has had:“He’s set goals and he was attaining them. I thought he should be right there with Pat (Peterson) for Defensive Player of the Year. I don’t think there was any doubt that he was having that type of season. It’s a shame with two games left. It’s always a non-contact injury when these things happen.” Top Stories Comments   Share   Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly, left, and Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians meet after an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015, in Philadelphia. Arizona won 40-17. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) On how to recover from the emotional toll of Mathieu’s loss:“We go to work Wednesday. Nothing’s changed. They’re not going to cancel the game. We’ve been through this many, many times.”On whether he was with Mathieu when he found out he would be missing the rest of the season:“Yeah.”On whether he’s surprised that it’s a torn ACL because of Mathieu’s reaction after the injury initially occurred:“He felt very relieved because he was walking fine. He’s still walking fine and it’s just that the MRI says differently.”On when Mathieu will undergo surgery:“It will take a couple weeks because it’s going to swell. Then you get the swelling down. As soon as possible, so that we can get him back as fast as possible.”On whether the good news is that recovery time for ACL injuries is a lot shorter than in years past:“Oh yeah. Just look at what Carson (Palmer) did, and what other guys have done. I’m sure he’ll attack it with the same passion he did the last time and he’ll be ready to roll.”On whether this injury is the same knee as in 2013:“No. Other knee.”On how disappointing it would be to see a lot of Green Bay fans in the stands this upcoming Sunday: TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, now in his third year with the team, meets with the media the day after every game.In this space, we will highlight some of what Arians had to say, and Friday he talked about his team after it routed the Philadelphia Eagles 40-17 Sunday night, giving them their 12th win along with the NFC West title. The celebration was muted, however, as safety Tyrann Mathieu left the field with minutes remaining after suffering an apparent knee injury, the severity of which had not been disclosed before Arians met with reporters. On whether he popped the finger back in or did he just tape it up:“They popped it back in. Taped it up.”On whether the finger injury could be a problem moving forward:“No, I don’t think so.”On whether Palmer performed better than what his stats show:“That was about a 400-yard game. All we had to do is catch them. Just catch them. I think John (Brown) was pressing. The 1,000-yard thing was in his head. He’ll get it. Just don’t press. Just catch the damn ball.”On whether he made a concerted effort to get the ball to other players after John Brown’s initial drops:“No. I ain’t throwing it. That’s Carson’s job. He grabbed him by the neck a couple times, ‘I’m going to keep throwing to you. You can drop them. I’m going to keep throwing them, so start catching them.’”On what he looks for in the maturity of a running back:“Just his preparation. We drafted the talent. We knew what the talent was. You never know the maturity of the guy. He’s a very mature guy. Comes to work every day and his preparation is flawless. What he does on the field, athletically, doesn’t surprise me at all.”On what’s at stake this weekend against Green Bay:“A bye. That would be huge, to get everybody healthy and not have to play the first week. Probably will see them again, one way or the other, here or there. Or Seattle, here or there; not at their place, but here. So, it’s another big game.”center_img Your browser does not support the audio element. “There’s going to be. So, get used to it. Hopefully, as our young fan base grows – again, we had a bunch of good fans in Philadelphia. Hundreds of them and it was great to see. But, so many of those tickets belong to brokers, but I know our young fan base isn’t going to sell their tickets.”On what he saw out of D.J. Swearinger yesterday:“Nothing different. Just more opportunities. The more opportunities he gets, the better he’s going to be.”On how strong David Johnson ran yesterday:“Like I said, nothing he does any more surprises me. It’s expected. He set a nice bar for himself. He still did a good job in pass protection and he’s a heck of a receiver, and we look for those types of plays every week.”On whether there are challenges or whether it’s a good thing for a player to go from a lesser workload to a greater workload as the season progresses:“He is fresher at this time of year, having not carried the ball that many times during the season. It’d be great to get Andre (Ellington) back and have all three of those guys. And Steph (Stepfan Taylor) jumped in there and played good, so that’s one room I don’t worry about.”On whether there’s any concern that Mathieu’s loss as a team leader will affect the team: On whether it impacts him at all, knowing that they might face Green Bay again in a short amount of time:“No. We’ve had scheduling things in the past where we played the same team two out of three weeks, three or four times.” – / 14 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo LISTEN: Bruce Arians, Cardinals head coach Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img

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first_imgWalter Palmer Now In Hiding: May Face 15 Years In Zimbabwe Prison For Poaching #CecilTheLion— Quad Finn (@Quad_Finn) July 29, 2015 The Internet is in an uproar this week over the recent killing of a well-known lion in Zimbabwe. Walter J. Palmer, a Minnesota dentist, allegedly baited the lion out of a national park by dragging a dead animal behind a car at night. Palmer shot it with a crossbow. The wounded lion escaped and wasn’t found by Palmer and his fellow hunters until 40 hours later, when they killed it with a rifle.This would all be perfectly legal had the lion not been a resident of Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, a protected area. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature estimates that trophy-hunting tourists legally kill some 600 lions each year. Dr. Jane Smart, the Global Director of IUCN’s Biodiversity Conservation Group, said in an interview that the 600 figure is several years old and the actual number is probably a little bit higher than that. Given that there are only about 30,000 lions left in Africa, this represents an annual loss of roughly 2 percent of the total lion population to legal hunting, and a considerably larger share of the population of healthy adult male lions, which hunters typically prize.U.S. tourists — wealthy ones, given the high costs involved — account for the majority of lions killed for sport in Africa. A 2011 report by the International Fund for Animal Welfare found that between 1999 and 2008, Americans brought home lion “trophies” — heads, pelts and whatnot — representing 64 percent of all African lions killed for sport during that period. And that number is rising: “Of these trophies, the number imported into the United States in 2008 was larger than any other year in the decade studied and more than twice the number in 1999,” the report found.The dwindling lion population cannot sustain hunting losses like this indefinitely, the IUCN found in its report. Last year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declined to list African lions as “endangered,” which would have banned the importation of recreational lion trophies to the U.S. Instead they listed lions as “threatened,” which allows the domestic trade in lion trophies to continue. Some of the other animals the American Walter Palmer has killed. We have to stop this horrific killing of animals.— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) July 29, 2015 Related posts:US dentist named as killer of Zimbabwe’s beloved Cecil the lion Delta, American and United ban shipments of ‘big five’ hunting trophies Little has changed 1 year after slaying of Costa Rica conservationist Jairo Mora Suspected poaching ring leader arrested, accused of killing tapir Such beautiful creatures are killed for no good reason. Hoping #WalterPalmer be punished for such horrid actions.— Anaï (@anai_scooby) July 29, 2015 Safari Club International, the hunting group Palmer belongs to, hailed the ruling as a victory for hunters. The Club maintains an online record book where hunters can track their kills of lions and other big game animals and compare their rankings with other hunters. “You can submit your score and method of kill for any species, and it will interactively show you where you would rank in the book if your entry was submitted today,” the Web site says. An image of an example ranking page shows scores and rankings for kills of African lions.Safari International says there are records of over 2,000 lions killed in its online record book. A November 2014 blog post highlights the top 10 African lions killed, with photos of hunters posed next to their prizes. “The African lion is one of the most challenging and dangerous hunts,” the copy reads. “Virtually anyone who imagines an African Safari envisions the big maned lion charging the implacable hunter shouldering his European double rifle. This handout picture taken on Oct. 21, 2012 and released on July 28, 2015 by the Zimbabwe National Parks agency shows the much-loved Zimbabwean lion called “Cecil.” Zimbabwe National Parks/AFPIn reality, lion hunting doesn’t appear to require much in the way of skill. Many hunter-tourists are guided by teams of locals and professionals. Adult lions are not particularly afraid of humans, making it relatively easy to get close to one. They spend the majority of their day sleeping.Hunting groups like Safari Club International maintain that hunting lions helps conserve them. They promote the positive effects of hunting in African communities. They argue that “hunting plays a role in raising the value of the African lion and discourages poaching.”In a phone interview, IUCN’s Jane Smart said that well-regulated trophy hunting can be a net benefit for lion populations. “What is clear is that overall the trophy hunting must be carefully regulated, otherwise it casts the whole trophy hunting industry into ill-repute,” she said. “There is a payback for communities if we can do it in a regulated way. However unpleasant people find this, this can be a good conservation technique.” She stressed that habitat destruction and illegal poaching were even bigger threats to the lion population.In a statement to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Palmer expressed regret. “I had no idea that the lion I took was a known, local favorite, was collared and part of a study until the end of the hunt… I deeply regret that my pursuit of an activity I love and practice responsibly and legally resulted in the taking of this lion,” he said. © 2015, The Washington Post Facebook Commentslast_img

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