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an impact. and throws that pick six that gives the jaguars the lead. a little handshake there. >> cris: worst part for defensive guys when you have a pick six you've got to go right back out there. offense, you go back, have some gatorade or whatever. defense you have to go play again. >> mike: sam ficken with the extra point and the jaguars just about halfway through this fourth quarter now lead 26-21. chris, we spoke of it earlier, the injury that happened to tony romo on thursday night in seattle on the scramble. in the very first series of the game. fractured the l-1 vertebrae as he was hit from behind by cliff avril. varied reports on the length of time he'll be out. cowboys keeping the window a little more open than some of the media reports that are out
there, putting in more of a six-plus-week time frame. needless to say multiple injuries. sensitive area that really changes your quality of life in addition to your ability to come back and play football. they're going to be as cautious as possible before romo does come back to play football. >> cris: and there were social media and cliff avril, a lot of people screaming and yelling about him. he was tomahawking down, trying to get the ball out, as he should on the play. so let's stop that completely. for tony romo this now is a pretty good streak. and i think for the dallas cowboys and for tony romo as a husband and a father you start thinking about bigger things than football at some point. i hope he's fine. hope he's back playing again. but also hope he's doing whatever's best for him and his family. >> mike: celebration penalty at the back end of the touchdown pushes the kickoff spot back to
the 20 yard line. on this play as well. tony mcrae brings it out to the 30 yard line. >> cris: third offsides penalty of the night. >> referee: offsides, kicking team number 36. cincinnati has accepted the option of adding the five-yard penalty to the end of the kick return. first down. >> mike: so they'll get it at the 45 yard line. >> cris: he's had better than very good preseason. i've watched -- i think i've seen them all. and he has been pretty special. maybe not completely what he was the last game that he was the first two. but when you have jason witten
making plays like that, they have confidence in him. dez bryant really came out strong before this week. after the second preseason game saying this guy's got it now, we'll find out if he does or not. >> mike: new quarterback for the bengals. he throws underneath and completes. antwane grant out of western kentucky picks up the first down. >> cris: go pick up the newspaper tomorrow. jacksonville keeping it rolling. 26-21. they're going win it all this year, jacksonville is. there's our guy. monte kichb. former defensive coordinator down with the tampa bay buccanee buccaneers. >> mike:monte kiffin's path int sected with gus bradley in tampa. there were days they were together in tampa. derrick brooks, terrific
linebacker. and then gus went to seattle. actually there with jim mora first, then pete carroll a couple of years. then the enthusiasm, the defensive skill. it was a big part of what that defense looks like now in the pork with pete carroll and gus bradley. now gus has been here starting his fourth year as the head coach hp >> cris: what did monte say? you can only take so many walks on the beach. i'm ready to come back and coach again. he is so much fun. i love production meetings. we'd go in there and talk to him. once in a year he would gather the troops. and they never knew when it was going to come. he would get up and he would bring the boom box in and james brown "i feel good" would come sxon he would do it wire to wire and they would lose their minds. what a defense they had in tampa. >> mike: bruce arians. tom moore out to arizona. these older coaches at the end of their careers but still want
to be around the game. hand-off goes with tra carson. and for the players and the coaching staff as well, somebody with that kind of experience, that reservoir of knowledge to share -- they've seen it all a thousand times. so when it happens in your building, how great is it to have somebody like that, say well, how do we go about navigating this, coach? >> cris: gus bradley brought up lou holtz recently, give him some advice. lou holtz, talk about seeing it all now. he's one of the great guys and great characters that this game has ever seen. >> mike: second and 11 for wenning. here's michele again. >> michele: i talked to malik jackson. he played with monte kiffin as a coach at usc and jackson told me kif's been doing this for a long time, he's got a lot of wisdom and i can pick his brain. he said it's great to have a dictionary like that around to
go and ask for knowledge. >> mike: that's a perfect time to describe a veteran coach, a dictionary to get the answers from. >> cris: it doesn't have all the same words in it that the other dictionary has. but dictionary's a good word. >> mike: third and 11. jaguars rushing four. wenning's on the move. and he keeps it alive and gets the first down at the 26 yard line. >> cris: if you're andy dalton, you run out of bounds there. if you're keith wenning, you go get the first down. you can see he was processing the whole thing here, and he saw the boundary, no, i'm going to cut that one back, keep this drive going, we're going to win this game. >> mike: one thing keith wenning did in his career at ball state, he was the comeback kid. he had ten career comebacks during his time at ball state. he was there for four years. >> cris: i guarantee whitworth said you would have been out of
bounds on that one. mar >> mike: wenning gets hit as he puts it up field for russell. russell played his college back on the mac at toledo. flag down. this is a bengal team that opened 8-0 last season. before finishing 12-4. >> referee: illegal motion, offense number 80. five-yard penalty. repeat first down. >> mike: here's how they get started this season. >> cris: i tell you, that jets defense is going to be something. that defensive line sort of like the old days of the jets when they could play in pittsburgh right away. of course renewed that rivalry. and what happened in the playoff game, that'll be a great one. and then right to denver. >> mike: and mooim miami's short term. miami's a thursday night game. you saw the games with dallas.
then they go to london much like the jaguars do every year. the bengals get their opportunity to go to london. they'll face washington. pretty good game. see it at wembley. passed right in the perfect spot. pulled in by john peters. end of the roster tight end. >> cris: nick marshall i think jumped in there it got his hand on this one. he had do coverage on the boundary and then comes in and makes the play here. we talk about offensive guys making plays. defensive guys trying to make the team too. >> mike: nick marshall's an offensive guy. he played quarterback in his college days. terrific stuff at auburn. corner blitz coming. tried to run the other way. snubbed out by the defensive part at jacksonville. chris smith. the jaguars, we mentioned playing in london that marvin lewis will do against the team he used to coach for as an
assistant at the redskins. jacksonville has played over there the last few years and they extended their deal. they'll play one home game a year now through 2020 over in london. they have somebody over there who works as a full-time representative of the jaguars. fan club over there called the union jags. >> cris: i was listening to some of the jag radio show and they were giving shout outs to the london crowd. it was like 3:00 in the morning or whatever over there. >> mike: wenning is brought down. ryan davis. >> cris: i think gus bradley and todd wash want to win this game. they're throwing some stunts and some blitzes. stunt blitzes. they're getting after them. want to walk out of here with a win. >> mike: shane wynn back to receive the punt.
4:20 to go. dropped. it will be placed down nonetheless at the 5 yard line. we mentioned the green bay opener, then to san diego. division game playing indianapolis over in london. then the early bye for the jaguars. >> cris: i get green bay, and that's going to be a challenge. but it's at home. but after that they can play with those teams. so we're going to find out about jackson vil jacksonville and if they have stepped up the way they think they have, those are games they can be competitive with. >> mike: that london game a home game. the first four are technically home and three of the next four come on the road. this will be accepted penalty
number 22 on the night. >> referee: this was one infraction. defense number 91. five-yard penalty. remains first down. >> mike: michele? >> michele: well, i'm with andrew whitworth. we were just discussing the large number of penalties. but none by andy dalton. what a very nice smooth start for you guys tonight. he took a big leap last season before injuring himself. what are you expecting from him this year? >> continue to be him. same guy we've had all this time we've been together. i mean, he's a guy that just his attitude, he leads our troops. we go as he goes. we're excited to have him back there. >> michele: yeah, excited to have him back. it was tough to lose him for the playoffs. and then the way you guys were knocked out of the playoffs was excruciating to say the least. as a leader on this team how do you expect this team to respond from that loss? >> to continue what we've been doing on the streak of getting to the playoffs. and that's answering playoffs and answering the bell every week trying to prove the kind of
football team we are. we're excited for that chance to go out and prove we're a good football team and earn that opportunity again to get in the playoff and take advantage of it. >> michele: you've been proving it a long time. this is your 11th season. how long do you think you want to do this? >> i don't know. it's still fun. i'm enjoying it. all these new rules we have. it makes it pretty easy on the big fellas. the vets. it makes it pretty nice on it. i'm growing the beard out and the gray. i really want the young guys to feel out how old is this guy that's blocking me every play? that's the thing. it's fun. i'm still having a good time. >> mike: i wonder if people know that about offensive linemen, how fun, how funny you are. what's thing biggest misconception built big guys up front? >> that we're entertaining. we don't get a lot of attention but our room's entertaining. we make fun of each other. we give each other a hard time. and i think we're the guys that toughen each other in our room. we make each other tough. and sometimes some of the guys joke, they call us the mean girls. it's like you mess up around us, we're getting after you. that's just the o line group.
it's a hard way to go. >> michele: i think i need to stay out of that room. i'm not very good with the mean girls andrew, thank you so much. >> hey, thank you, appreciate it. >> michele: guys, what do you think? mean girls? >> cris: i'm going to tell you what. if you've ever been around the offensive plooin, that's who you always want to play cards with, believe me. the poker night always involves a lot of offensive linemen because they are hilarious. when michele asked the first question about andy dalton, i guarantee you andrew's brain was going are you really going to ask me about the quarterback again? here i am on national television, come on, michele. but he was polite. and then eventually it comes out. >> mike: third and one. and the stop here will force jacksonville to punt it away. cincinnati going to take their final time out as ryan brown came in to make that play. whitwor whitworth, by the way, turns 35
in december. >> cris: here we go. brown going to come right down hard inside to make that play and keep this game alive. nicely done. get late in these games and people that still have their legs underneath them and can make those quick moves like that can turn a game. andrew whitworth, he has been one of the steadest offensive linemen, ranked fourth in pro football focus a season ago. of all the left tackles. he just does not give up sacks. year after year you'd look at his numbers. he grades out terrific. unbelievable. >> mike: and no number to measure those intangibles that we talked about. leadership within this team. jaguar territory.
at 494 with 4:41 to go. we talked about it. but here's andrew whitworth. getting a little older. he talked about the beard. but look at the consistency. ranked sixth, second, fifth, sixth, second, first. one of the years he played a lot of guard not because he wanted to. his team needed him and they had somebody else that could play tackle. he went inside, never flinched. had a great year playing guard as well. he is the kind of guy you want to build a franchise around. i had one of those in cincinnati myself in old anthony munoz. if you get the left tackle position settled, a lot of other things fall into place. >> mike: 3:40 to go. wenning back in the game. he bounces that one incomplete. talk about whitworth and solidifying that position, finding a young one. we had mentioned a couple times with cincinnati, jeff fisher,
cedric ogbuehi. when you take first and second-round offensive tackles in that same draft lavt last year, you think they're going to throw in year two, but because of their injuries they've been held back, and it's the veteran whitworth still there and eric winston's had to step in at left tackle. >> cris: did a nice job. >> mike: wenning hit that time as he fired it out toward john peters and it was incomplete. jordan tripp out of montana with pressure. >> cris: going to get old here we wgo, the old pittsburgh steelers blitz right there. as a running back you don't know who to pick up. and finally the cornerback picked up one on the end. we've seen it all night. we talked about paul gunther and that aa blitz. it's about getting immediate pressure on the quarterback. so many times you don't have time to run around the edge to
get there. >> mike: third and ten, jaguars running around disguising their coverage. bengals flinched. >> referee: false start, offense number 48. five-yard penalty. remains third down. >> mike: third and 15. you mentioned todd walsh earlier. there he is. another great defensive coordinator. we said what are you about off the field? >> cris: he said i like harleys and skull tattoos. up and down both arms he has nothing but skull tattoos. he wears a lot of long-sleeve shirts i guess. >> mike: for the national tv games. first year as defensive coordinator. he was in tampa and seattle with gus bradley. peterson picked up the flag a moment ago, only gets two yards. pullard, who has the go-ahead touchdown for the jaguars, makes
the tackle. >> cris: got to give the jags credit. they have hung in there. these guys, we talked about it, the guys trying to make the team on the tail end, they're attacking. they're coming out here to win the game. >> mike: kevin huber will punt it again. shane wynn back to receive. ninth punt for huber. bengals will touch it inside the 10 yard line. jacksonville. 2:46 left. try to run this baby out, get a couple of first downs and get away with the win. >> cris: one of the guys we talked about, nick vigil, trying to work his way into the line-up. unquestionably going to be on
this football team. pretty good at getting off blocks. missed this tackle. i remember that one earlier on. and then here is the way that they like to hug those li linebackers up. you try to make the running back block you by thinking you're blitzing. and if he can get out and get past you because nobody would have you in man coverage, always a little cat and mouse game. >> mike: banyard takes it up to about the 10 yard line. i don't think they have to run another play before the two-minute warning. we'll see. you talk about the linebackers, cris, with cincinnati, vontaze burfict we mentioned is not playing tonight. marvin lewis choosing not to play him in the preseason ease faces the three-game suspension for repeated on-field violations. no reason to risk or expose to any injury. burfict has not been in the
line-up for the beng alz. won't be until week 4. >> cris: he is the identity of this football team now. no matter what else you want to say, vontaze burfict has changed the perception of the toughness of the cincinnati bengals. some good, some not so good. >> mike: two-minute warning. jaguars leading by five.
♪ ♪ i'm so excited ♪ and i just can't hide it ♪ i'm about to lose control and i think i like it ♪ ♪ i'm so excited ♪ and i just can't hide it ♪ and i know, i know, i know, i know i want you ♪ >> mike: two minutes left here in jacksonville. jaguars by five. taking through the pulse of what happened here tonight.
adam jones hurt before the game. a.j. green during the game. but a.j. told michele that it was nothing serious. jacksonville's offense struggled, the first team in the first half. andy dalton and the bengals offense looked sharp. a.j. mccarron followed him and did the same. jacksonville has come back late here. 15 points in the fourth quarter. taking a five-point lead. 26-21. and that will cinch it there as the bengals are out of time outs. banyard, who's done a nice job running the ball here in the second half, iced this one and he was the difference maker. the pass by licata, intercepted by hayes pullard iii. >> cris: a night he will never forget. interception return for a touchdown. non-reported on a pass thrown till now the backfield. do we have a start of the game during preseason or -- >> mike: you want to give it to him?
>> cris: what do we have for a prize? any food left? twinkies? >> mike: you played in this stadium in the florida-georgia game. don't we have an old cris collinsworth florida jersey we could send him? >> cris: i'm sure he'd be thrilled. this thing looks a little different than it did in the old world's largest cocktail early days. they've really done a nice job here. set the table. now it's up to gus and the guys to win football games. >> mike: in the division where there are questions, we'll see how osweiler deals with houston. tennessee's offense looked good last night against the raiders. the afc south is one of those divisions where if you're not sure how it's going to play out, who the heavy favorites are. we'll see how jacksonville eases their way into the season. this is their first win. they close up the preseason at atlanta. cincinnati will host the aforementioned. a.j. green running across the field at the end of the game as this one wraps up.
>> it's true, though. >> mike: quick week for both of these teams. as we said, the last preseason game is on a thursday. so a tight four-day turnaround. get that game done. take care of the roster, take care of business. thank you, pal. it's been fun. >> cris: a lot of fun. we'll see you on the road this year, right? >> mike: looking forward to it. looking forward to the 2016 season. nfl kickoff weekend beginning thursday september 8th. rematch of super bowl 50 followed by the return of "sunday night football" on september 11th. coming up next except on the west coast your local news followed by "dateline." in the truck. cris collinsworth, michele tafoya, the entire outstanding "sunday night football" team. mike tirico saying good night from jacksonville. >> announcer: nbc sports thanks you for watching this special presentation of the national football league.
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toddler killed. a child not even 2 years old is struck by a car on a west philadelphia street. what's the boy's family is saying tonight. cyclist sex assault. a woman groped by a man on a bike after similar sex crimes around the city. and drunk before takeoff. two pilots arrested, accused of drinking just before their flight to new jersey. >> nbc 10 news starts now. >> good evening. i'm denise nakano. we begin with a toddler hit and killed by a car in west philadelphia tonight. an suv hit the boy head-on along
merion avenue tonight. nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal spoke to the family. >> reporter: the boy's family tells me his name is amin. he's not even 2 years old. philadelphia police continue to investigate. this does appear to be an accident. the driver unable to see that little boy darting out between two parked cars. family members grieving on this west philly block want people to remember this little boy n learn from the tragic accident. just 23 months old, the child was visiting his grandmother on merion avenue. >> we call him scooty. good little boy. >> reporter: his cousin says the boy was on the sidewalk when he darted in between two parked cars out into open traffic. >> by the time he ran on to the street it was too late. >> reporter: a woman driving this trail blazer hit the boy head-on. he was rushed to c.h.o.p. wudied
from his injuries. the driver cooperated on scene. >> the car ran him completely over. had to come out and get him from up under the car. >> your heart wants to go out to him and especially the person that hit him, too. she had kids in the car. it hit her very hard. >> reporter: there's no indication the driver was speeding but the neighborhood says they've long had problems with traffic and children playing close to the street. >> there's a lot of children to the block. but that doesn't mean nothing. a lot of people flying up this block all the time. we've got kids out here. it's dangerous. >> reporter: the family tells us the boy lives here in west philly though not from this block. he was visiting family members. as of tonight, police continue to interview that driver. in west philly, randy gyllenhaal. three people are recovering following a single vehicle crash in port richmond today. the crash happened near
cumberland and richmond streets. police say children ages 15 and 11 were passengers in the car and that street racing may have led to the crash. another car involved did not stop and took off from the scene. one person we spoke to said it's an all too common occurrence in that area. >> there's kids out here. a lot of racing here. got to stop this. really, really got to stop this. >> the driver is also being investigated for a possible dui. no word on any charges. new tonight, charges filed against a woman who is accused of vandalizing two cars last year at the home of philadelphia d.a. seth williams. delaware county officials are handling the case. the incident hapt at williams' home in overbrook. according to the report, two vehicles had the tire slashed. stacey cummings surreasonndered police and is facing multiple
charges. no word for a motive on the alleged crime. another woman sexually assaulted by a man on a bike in south philadelphia. this latest woman was walking on bainbridge around 11:00 last night. police say that's when a man rode by on a bicycle and groped her. police don't know yet if this is the same man wanted for a similar crime on august 13th. the man in this video reached out and touched a woman as he pedaled past her. the same type of crime happened several times throughout philadelphia recently. if you recognize the man in this video, you're asked to contact police. mercer county prosecutors say an off-duty trenton police officer shot and killed a man at a party both were attending saturday night. witnesses say alfred was in a dispute at a party at wayne and roosevelt last night. he got his brother's gunth in shot his brother in the hand when he tried to wrestle it away from him. witnesses and prosecutors say
the off-duty officer grabbed the gun and took out his own service weapon. >> i'm going to my aid to aid my brother. i have to get you off my brother. i have to stop that. i have to. >> members of trenton's liberian community are demanding a full and transparent investigation. police are not yet identifying the officer or commenting on his job status. in delaware county, cleanup efforts are under way after a house goes up in flames in swathmore. this was the scene after crews put out the flames at the home on yale avenue. fire officials say the fire was under control in less than an hour. no injuries were reported. a pleasant night outside with a lot less humidity. let's get a check on the first alert neighborhood forecast with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> and this is our sixth heat
wave so far. n tomorrow we are still going to be around 90 degrees. take a look at our temperature trend. friday and saturday we hit 93. today we hit 90. heat wave number six. as we go into monday, still around 90 in the afternoon. tuesday, still around 90. if you look at the bottom of the screen, by the end of this week, a pretty big cooldown. here is the forecast. if you're waking up in allentown, if that's when you're walking outside, 71 degrees. williamington, 73. philadelphia 74. atlantic city 73 degrees tomorrow. pretty comfortable for the morning hours. and as we go through the afternoon, still high. coming up, we'll talk about how long the 90s will last. also pretty active tropics. i'll show you the track of two different systems that we're watching closely and also your labor day weekend forecast. that's all coming up in about ten minutes. now to decision 2016. we will soon find out where
donald trump stands on immigration. the republican tweeted tonight that he'll make a speech on the subject wednesday in arizona. today's head of the republican national committee appeared on "meet the press" outlining what he thinks trump will say. >> you're not going to have a pathway to citizenship with donald trump. that's off the table. there is no method by which someone is here illegally that is going to become a citizen and jump the line as hillary clinton wants to do. >> trump recently said it was possible that he would soften his stance on immigration. he once promised to deport the estimated 11 million people living in the u.s. illegally. earlier today, trump hosted a debate prep meeting at a somerset county, new jersey home. former fox news chairman roger ailes, rudy giuliani and chris christie were among those taking part. later in the day, governor christie was in northeast
philadelphia for the philadelphia republican party's clambake. our cameras caught him walking into the event. attendees enjoyed chowing down on seafood and listening to live music. now to democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton. her supporters are attacking trump tonight for having zero events in inner cities. this after he recently started courting minority voters. clinton's running mate is set to make his own push for votes in pennsylvania. tim kaine is set to campaign in erie and lancaster tuesday. on wednesday, he'll head to the lehigh valley. the senator from virginia will appear at the hanover township community center in bethlehem for an organizing event. donald trump could still win big, even if he loses the election. there's a thought that the nation's highest office may not be trump's end game. find out what some think trump's other goal could be right now on
the nbc 10 app. two united airlines pilots suspected of intoxication were arrested. they bwere about to get into th cockpit of a plane headed to new jersey. the pilots were to fly from glasgow, scotland, to newark, new jersey, with 141 passengers on board. instead that flight was delayed for ten hours while the airline found replacement pilots. the pilots, ages 35 and 45, were taken off the flight and are still in police custody. they face charges connected to britain's transport safety laws, and they'll be in court tomorrow. a $50,000 reward is now on the table to find the person who killed an 8-year-old girl in camd camden. gabby hill carter was taken off life support friday. the little girl was playing across the street from her home on spruce street wednesday when several men started shooting at each other. she was caught in the crossfire
if you can help find her killer, you're asked to call police. all the kids here have one thing in common. they've experienced the death of someone close to them. this weekend they attended campfirefly in south jersey. once a year, the camp has a weekend dedicated to grieving childr children. the kids spend the time canoeing and doing other fun activities but they also receive counseling and other support to help them cope with their loss. >> i like to see the smiles on sunday when it's time to leave. that's what it does for me. it's a great thing for the kids. >> the camp is for grieving children between the ages of 7 to 14 from burlington, camden and gloucester county. up next, barely a second to spare. a new jersey cop caught on camera pulling a man off the train tracks just before the train passed by. see exactly how close it was. the call of castaways.
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of the path of a speeding train. that is officer victor ortiz. this is video from friday morning. you can see officer ortiz struggled with the man before pulling him away just seconds before the train enters the frame. officer ortiz is a 15-year member of the transit police. officials say ortiz's actions are a reminder of the daily sacrifice that members of the force put forth each time they put on a uniform. legendary singer juan gabriel has died. the 66-year-old died of natural causes today in santa monica, california. 48 hours earlier, he performed in los angeles. and tonight he was supposed to perform in el paso, texas. gabriel is considered one of mexico's greatest performers and composers. two people were killed, including a fire chief. and after a bus being driven by an unlicensed, undocumented immigrant crashed into a fire truck. the bus was carrying workers
heading to the baton rouge area to assist with flood relief. police say criminal charges are coming for the honduran driver of that bus. a passenger in a car that was also struck by the bus was killed. 41 people were injured, but are expected to recover. the u.s. coast guard says two stranded mariners were rescued friday after crews saw their sos in the sand on an uninhabited island in microniecia. a u.s. navy aircraft crew spotted the pair on the beach and gave their location to the coast guard in guam. the two had been missing since august 19th. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, a nice day today. still going to stay nice for tomorrow. the radar showing some rain to our west. we don't have to worry about that. we'll stay nice and dry tonight and tomorrow and still hot in the afternoon. if you look at the bottom of the screen, the seven-day forecast is scrolling. we'll see some big temperature
changes by the end of this week. in the meantime, near 90 degrees to start the week. we'll stay again around 90 tomorrow, tuesday, wednesday. technically right now in heat wave six. we did hit 90 degrees today. we'll see some changes towards the end of the week. cooler temperatures start to move in and low 80s by friday. so big changes going into your labor day weekend. you'll like that labor day weekend forecast. we'll show you that coming up in just a bit. otherwise we're talking about the tropics. tropical depression nine has formed. also tropical depression eight. so we're watching both of those. both getting close to the u.s. one could be moving into florida very soon. i'll show you that in a second. here's your forecast for tomorrow. if you're in reading, 89 degrees. sunny skies. bethleh bethlehem, 88. phoenixville, 98. still hot. humidity fairly comfortable. nothing extreme. if you're in new jersey,
haddonfield, 90. trenton also around 90 to start your week. along the shore, atlantic city, 86. if you're in avalon, temperatures in the upper 80s and sunny. rehoboth beach, 87. wilmington, around the low 90s. here's a look at the tropics. florida and just south of florida, tropical depression nine. also tropical depression eight right off the north carolina coastline. and the one i think is going to be our main concern for the u.s. will be tropical depression nine. look at eight first since it's the closest to us. this one still a tropical depression. could become a tropical storm. could skim the north carolina outer banks here. we'll be watching that closely. it's expected to curve out to sea. not expected to impact us. we'll be watching that forecast closely still several days out. now tropical depression nine. this one just south of the florida keys and key west. this one is expected to become a tropical storm moving into the warm waters of the gulf of mexico, especially on wednesday. we'll see more of a right-hand
turn. a lot of models are suggesting this. from the florida panhandle to ft. myers, possible a tropical storm. could see five inches or so of rain from this system. then it would be moving into the atlantic at this time. we watch it very closely. at this point it doesn't appear to be impacting our weather. of course, we know things can change as we go farther out. we'll keep our eyes on this. also your labor day weekend forecast. we'll look at that one coming up. i'm danny pommells at csn. today was the end of the road for a pair of veterans hoping to catch on with the eagles. we'll tell you about today's surprising roster cuts and who is breathing a sigh of relief. final cuts coming next week. hello!
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this is "sports desk" brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. >> danny pommells from csn. howie rosen and doug pederson are going with a youth move am at wide receiver. a pair of veteran receivers highlighted eight roster cuts. rueben randle, he is just 25 years old and scored eight touchdowns last season for the giants. he caught just five passes for 26 yards this preseason. and former ram chris givens also got the heave-ho after just one catch this preseason game. jordan matthews, nelson agholar and paul turner are receivers headed for the final 53-man roster. cuts made by 4:00 p.m. next sunday. the regular season opener is september 11th against the
cleveland braowns. sam bradford completed 17 of 20 passes in last night's win. one was an interception off agholor's hands he should have caught. a 54-yard drive ended in a field goal. >> to execute the way we did, it was nice. i was really happy with the communication up front at the line of scrimmage. i thought our tempo in and out of the huddle was really good. getting to the line quickly. overall, i thought the execution was great. something we can build on going forward. >> carson wentz, his second straight preseason game with a hairline fraction. the plan has always been for him to watch n learn this season. next week's preseason finale may be the final chance for him to play this year. doug pederson didn't rule it out. >> he worked out tonight again and went through a full workout.
and he's, you know, he's in a position to possibly play next week. he is still a little bit sore. we'll monitor that. we'll make sure he's rested here the next couple of days. i don't want to jeopardize him by any stretch of the imagination there. at the same time if he's ready to go, he'll play next thursday. >> to baseball now. a.j. ellis took the news hard after learning the dodgers traded him to the phillies as part of the carlos ruiz deal. he moves from a contender to a phillies team way back. today he made his phillies debut at citi field. here's ellis at the backstop making his presence feld. top of the third. 190 feet for home. her man des lays down the bunt. great heads-up play. catches and throws in one motion. attempt at small ball unsuccessful. mets up 1-0. another chance to score for the
phils. two on, one out. jimmy drops in for a base hit. phils make the last out at home. this time coming away with the tying run. top seven, big spot for ellis at the plate. that finds the warning track and one-hops the wall. the newcomer delivers a go-ahead rbi. ellis' only hit of the afternoon but they came through to trigger a four-run seventh for the phillies who win it, 5-1. who could forget the debut by the dragons in the little league world series. today's game was a nail-biter. close game. powerhouse squad from seoul, south korea, taking on the undefeated u.s. champs from edgewell, new york. does this one end well for them? the kids from south korea looking to jump out on top. what a catch from james fellows. makes it look routine as he robs him at the wall. u.s. has two on for connor rush.
blooper over the drawn-in infield. 1-0 new york. top six. 2-1, south korea threatening. one strike away from the win. ring them up, send them down. the strikeout to end it. the u.s. takes their first little league world series title since 2011. breaking the drought, 2-1. that's your look at sports. i'm danny pommells. we'll be right back.
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now to the very latest to the earthquake in italy. tonight italian authorities want to know where negligence or fraud in adhering to building codes played a role in the high death toll. 290 people died in last week's quake. meanwhile, investigators are trying to keep organized crime from getting big construction contracts to rebeuild many of te towns. hope is fading that more survivors will be found in the rubble. pope francis dedicating sunday's prayer services to the victims. he also announced plans to visit this region himself. italian museums pitched in as
well, donating the proceeds on sunday to help survivors. a monsignor will leave for italy to witness history next week. mother theresa will become saint theresa. >> she was humble. she was holy. and she was humorous. >> for monsignor michael mannion, mother theresa was more than a spiritual leader. she was his friend and mentor. her teachings still motivate him today. we spoke with monsignor mannion after his final mass before his pilgrimage to rome for the canonization ceremony of mother theresa. mannion recalls the miracles that paved the way for her sainthood. >> official ones would be monica basra, the woman from india whose huge tumor dissolved, and i believe the second miracle, i believe brazil, a man that had
numerous brain tumors. and through her intercession, we believe those tumors also dissolved. >> reporter: mannion's relationship with the soon to be saint spans decades. he shared a picture when he was ordains. others she took when she visited washington praying and greeting pilgrims. mannion was in vatican city for the beloved mother's beativication. next sunday he'll witness pope francis declare her a saint. he tells us he hopes to return a better servant. >> i feel i can pay it forward spiritually so it makes a difference in the life of another. >> reporter: monique braxton, nbc 10 news. a wedding to remember for one delaware county family and their guest. see that guy in the hat there? that's tim mcgraw. ♪ some day i hope you get the chance ♪
>> this is video from the reception of lisa white and paul getz. during the father/daughter dance, mcgraw came out on stage and sang while lisa danced with her father. mcgraw stuck around and performed a few other hits and then posed for pictures. nearly 5,000 runners raced through the streets of philadelphia today. the philly 10k began just after 7:30 this morning. and people who took part ran 6.2 miles through the city ending at fifth and pine. we spoke with some of the racers before the start. >> we're in the middle of training for a marathon. we thought this is a good option to incorporate into our training. >> i do them all. i'm an avid runner. usually kelly drive, martin luther king drive and it gets boring going the same route. running through the streets of philly is cool. >> a portion of the proceeds
from the registration fee will support charity groups such as the american heart association, back on my feet, and philadelphia reads. now the question is, when is it okay to leave kids home alone? a mother is charged at the delaware beach for doing just that while she went to go pick up dinner. plus, switched at birth. two men learn they were sent home with each other's families. and it is the second time this has happened in their community. details are next.
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before a flight to new jersey. they were scheduled to fly 141 passengers from scotland to newark. thanks for staying with us. i'm denise nakano. this is the first time this year pilots have been arrested for alleged intoxication. nbc's morgan radford explains how experts say this time the system worked. >> reporter: authorities say the two pilots are 35 and 45. their identitied still not
confirmed. they were supposed to be flying unooi united flight 162 with 150 people on board. but then confusion. one passenger tweet, what is going on. police in the tunnel. very little information. the pilots were arrested, suspected of being drunk. >> if you are uncomfortable with a member of your crew, you don't fly with them. the safeguards that are in place did, in fact, work. >> reporter: the entire crew was replaced and the flight was delayed ten hours, finally landing in newark last night. >> a pilot getting on a plane drunk, absolutely concerns me. >> reporter: united said the two pilots have been removed from service and their flying duties. we're complying with authorities and will conduct our own investigation. a flight to philadelphia canceled and a local pilot
charged. in march, john mcgwire failed two breathalyzer tests before takeoff. he pleaded no contest and was put on probation. a jetblue pilot flew 151 passengers from orlando to new york while allegedly under the influence. just yesterday, a reminder of the great responsibility pilots have. after an engine problem forced a southwest flight to make an emergency landing in florida. passengers praised the pilot. >> we're definitely grateful we were safe and watched over and we had good pilots. >> reporter: as for the two pilots arrested this weekend? they're being held at a police station in scotland. listen to this. for the second time in less than a year, two men from the same remote canadian community have discovered they were switched at birth. david case, the man in the white cap and leon swanson were swapped in a