According to a Sunday morning tweet from FOXs NFL

first_imgAccording to a Sunday morning tweet from FOX’s NFL insider Jay Glazer, Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer may be close to returning from his shoulder injury.Carson Palmer flew to Denver on Fri,worked w nerve specialist last 2 days & FINALLY think got nerve to …— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 5, 2014 Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Palmer has been sidelined with a nerve problem in his shoulder for multiple weeks, only playing in the season opener against the San Diego Chargers on Monday Night Football. 0 Comments   Share   According to Glazer, Palmer believes he was finally able to get the nerve in his shoulder to “release.” If there are no setbacks, Palmer hopes to play as early as next week at home against the Washington Redskins or the following week at his former team the Oakland Raiders. Glazer later reported that Palmer met with the Cardinals in Denver on Saturday after working with a specialist who also helped Peyton Manning recover from nerve issues associated with the QB’s third neck surgery. In Denver, Arizona Sports’ Paul Calvisi tweeted a photo of Palmer throwing during warm-ups.Yes — that’s Carson Palmer throwing from about 10 yards away here pre-game #AZvsDEN— Paul Calvisi (@PaulCalvisi) October 5, 2014center_img Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Cardinals are a perfect 3-0, 2-0 without their starting QB. Drew Stanton has completed 51.6 percent of his throws for 411 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in two games as the starter. Arizona’s starting QB getting healthy is imperative as they play in the very tough NFC West with five division games remaining.last_img read more

GM Reportedly Wont Invest In Electric Pickup Truck Startup Rivian

first_imgSource: Electric Vehicle News Watch This Inside Look At Rivian: See R1T Pickup Truck & R1S General Motors would have joined Amazon in an equity stake for the Michigan-based Rivian.A proposed tie-up between the largest U.S.-based automaker and a fledgling company trying to make an electric pickup truck may be doomed, based on a new report from Bloomberg. The publication reported Friday that General Motors and Rivian have ended discussions that would have had the Detroit-based auto giant give the startup a healthy cash infusion to bring its products to market.More Rivian News Rivian Files For Trademarks On Several New Vehicle Variants The deal would have placed GM alongside Amazon as a major investor in the startup manufacturer, as the tech giant announced a strategic investment with Rivian in February that was part of a $700 million equity round. GM’s role was reportedly to help Rivian with manufacturing and parts purchasing, while GM would have received the engineering it needed to make an electric pickup truck before key rivals Ford and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles would be able to. Trucks are essential to all three of those automakers’ profits.Rivian debuted its R1T pickup truck and R1S SUV concepts in November at the 2018 Los Angeles auto show, with a promise of 0-60 time as low as 3 seconds and a range of up to 400 miles, in addition to healthy towing and payload figures. It said at the debut that it plans to start production in 2020, using the former Mitsubishi Motors assembly plant in Normal, Illinois.Bloomberg also reported that Rivian’s founder, 36-year-old R.J. Scaringe, wanted to keep the door open for future talks with GM. But he’s also said in interviews that he wants to sell the company’s technology to other automakers, meaning GM isn’t the only game in town for the startup. While a tie-up with Amazon could spur something for Rivian in the commercial market, it will likely need help with distribution to consumers before the first vehicles roll off the assembly line next year. Rivian Releases Magical New Photo Of Factory In Illinois Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on April 12, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more