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PARAMUS, N. Charles Barkley Suns Jersey .J. -- Graeme McDowell wasnt kidding when he said he had a lot on his mind at The Barclays. The former U.S. Open champion and Ryder Cup star announced Sunday evening that he was leaving Horizon Sports Management at the end of the year and will start managing his own business affairs. McDowell said Ireland-based Horizon "surpassed my highest expectations" in his seven years with the management company. "I am at a stage in my life where it feels right to move on to the next phase of my career, both in golf and business," McDowell said in a statement. "Im now involved with a growing number of exciting business ventures, many of which Horizon helped me establish, and as the landscape evolves so must I." McDowell closed with a 72 on Sunday and tied for 38th at The Barclays. He headed home to Orlando, Florida, where his wife was to give birth to their first child Monday morning. He is taking next week off during the FedEx Cup playoffs. "Ive had a lot on my mind this week," he said when he finished his round. "I dont think mentally I was ready for this tournament." He said he would get choked up if he kept talking about the impending birth of his daughter, and just at that moment, a baby began crying. "Thats how Ill be tomorrow morning," McDowell said. The 35-year-old from Northern Ireland holds the ninth and final spot for Europes Ryder Cup team with one week remaining to qualify. Stephen Gallacher of Scotland could pass him with a two-way tie for second in the Italian Open this week. If that happens, McDowell is likely to be a captains pick, though he would prefer to make the team. "I hope Stephen goes and does the job," McDowell said. "Hes had a great year. The Ryder Cup being in Scotland, I wouldnt begrudge him a spot on the team." The departure from Horizon was amicable, though there were no indications that McDowell was about to handle his own affairs. Rory McIlroy left Horizon a year ago in a split that has turned into a battle over fees and is still to be resolved in an Irish court early next year. McDowell praised Conor Ridge, the CEO of Horizon, and said they would remain close. "We wish Graeme well for the rest of his golf career and in his future commercial ventures," Ridge said. "His innate business acumen will serve him well as he manages his own affairs in the years ahead." Frank Kaminsky Jersey . SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. Jevon Carter Suns Jersey . The Goldeyes (10-7) lost 4-1 to the Saltdogs (8-9) Sunday afternoon before 5,834 sizzling fans at Shaw Park. The loss drops Winnipegs record to 3-4 during this past weeks seven-game homestand. https://www.thesunslockerroom.com/Tyler-Johnson-City-Edition-Jersey/ . Reyes, 26, was traded from Atlanta to Toronto in July 2010 and spent the remainder of the season in the minors. He began 2011 in the majors and made 20 starts with the Blue Jays, going 5-8 with a 5.40 earned run average before he was waived on Aug.A federal judge on Monday granted preliminary approval to a landmark deal that would compensate thousands of former NFL players for concussion-related claims. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Anita Brody in Philadelphia came about two weeks after the NFL agreed to remove a $675 million cap on damages. Brody had previously questioned whether that would be enough money to pay all claims. "A class action settlement that offers prompt relief is superior to the likely alternative years of expensive, difficult, and uncertain litigation, with no assurance of recovery, while retired players physical and mental conditions continue to deteriorate," Brody wrote. More than 4,500 former players have filed suit, some accusing the league of fraud for its handling of concussions. They include former Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Dorsett and Super Bowl-winning Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon, who suffers from dementia. The settlement is designed to last at least 65 years and give $1 million or more to retirees who develop Lou Gehrigs disease and other profound neurological problems. "This is an extraordinary settlement for retired NFL players and their families from those who suffer with neuro-cognitive illnesses today, to those who are currently healthy but fear they may develop symptoms decades into the future," plaintiffs attorneys Sol Weiss and Christopher Seeger said in a statement. NFL senior vice-president Anastasia Danias said in a statement that the league was "grateful to Judge Brody for her guidance and her thoughtful analysis of the issues as reflected in the comprehensive opinion she issued today." The original settlement included $675 million for compensatory claims for players with neurological symptoms, $75 million for baseline testing and $10 million for medical research and education. The NFL would also pay an additional $112 million to the playeers lawyers, for a total payout of more than $870 million. Ricky Rubio Jersey. The revised settlement eliminates the cap on overall damage claims but retains a payout formula for individual retirees that considers their age and illness. A young retiree with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrigs disease, would receive $5 million, a 50-year-old with Alzheimers disease would get $1.6 million and an 80-year-old with early dementia would get $25,000. Even with the cap removed, both sides said they believe the NFL will spend no more than about $675 million on damage claims by ex-players. Critics of the deal have said the league, with annual revenues approaching $10 billion, was getting off lightly. They could raise objections at a fairness hearing scheduled for Nov. 19, and ultimately opt out of the settlement. However, they would then face the risk of a protracted legal fight, and would have to prove any injuries were caused by NFL concussions and not any suffered in youth or college sports. The proposed NFL settlement had originally barred claimants from seeking a separate settlement against the NCAA, but that clause has been removed. A separate lawsuit is pending against the NCAA in Illinois. "I think the judge has forced them to make improvements," said University of Richmond law professor Carl Tobias, who teaches product liability law. "I think she always felt she had an obligation to the players, to be sure they were getting a fair deal ... given the treatment to date." The settlement would be capped at $4 million on behalf of players diagnosed with traumatic brain injury after their deaths, such as San Diego star Junior Seau or Pro Bowler Dave Duerson. Both of their families, through lawyers, have expressed concerns about the settlement. Duerson died at age 50. A family lawyer has called their projected $2.2 million award to the family "not adequate." ' ' '

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