DALLAS — Wide receiver J.j.
Watt said he is “very excited” to return to the field after missing six weeks with a knee injury.
The Eagles linebacker is expected to return Sunday against the Washington Redskins.
Watt suffered the injury in a 27-14 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 10.
The Eagles have two days off before they play the New York Giants in their first home game since Jan. 1.
“I’m going to do everything I can to be out there,” Watt said.
“Hopefully I can play tomorrow.”
Watt has missed the past six games due to the injury.
He missed five games in 2016 with a torn patellar tendon and missed five with a fractured fibula in his left knee.
King Coquihala Highway Patrol says it has been in touch again with King’s Highway patrol office in Coquitlima, BC, where they have “no information” about a man who is wanted for a number of charges in Coquimshaws Highway Patrol operation.
The RCMP says they are investigating a vehicle theft in Coqihalla, and an assault on a Highway Patrol officer in Kelowna.
The suspect was described as a white male, between 20 and 30 years old, between 5’10” and 5’11” in height, standing at least 180 centimetres tall, wearing a dark blue hoodie with a white pattern.
He was last seen wearing a grey hoodie, a blue sweat shirt and black pants.
This is a developing story.
More to come.
The man who allegedly caught a trooper urinating in his car on Interstate 94 was charged with public urinating and possession of a drug paraphernalia.
A Ketchum, Idaho, police deputy told Wooten the man who called 911 to report the man was urinating on the road near the Highway Patrol Office was arrested after the deputy noticed the man’s breath smelled of alcohol.
Wooten said the deputy saw the man take a drink from his cup before driving off, according to Ketchamans Public Information Officer Brad Wootens.
Wollersheim said the trooper, who is on paid administrative leave, was taken to the Ketchums jail.
A public information officer for the Kettle Mound Police Department told WOWT 13 News that officers were patrolling the area where the alleged incident took place and saw a man urinating.
The officer contacted the KMPD Highway Patrol office, which has an officer on administrative leave.
Wodens said the incident has been investigated by the KPD Highway patrol.
After a crash that left five people dead, a man called 911 and told dispatchers he had been driving through a dangerous area near Highway 395 in Los Angeles.
It was the first call for assistance from the man, who identified himself as Kevin Scott.
The call, made over the phone, was picked up by the police, and the officer who answered the call went on the road to investigate.
He found the vehicle abandoned and the occupants dead in the road.
On the 911 call, Kevin Scott told dispats that he had driven his vehicle into a wooded area near the highway and that he thought it was a deer carcass.
At first, the caller seemed confused and didn’t believe him, but later, the dispatcher clarified that Kevin Scott had driven into a forest.
Scott told dispaters that he was going to the emergency room because of the injuries he had sustained.
Officers arrived at the scene of the crash and immediately arrested Scott.
He was booked into jail on suspicion of murder and attempted murder and was being held without bail on Wednesday, according to police.
Kevin Scott is facing two counts of felony murder and two counts each of attempted murder, aggravated vehicular homicide, and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. Read more: