EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – JANUARY 08: A detail of the official National Football League NFL logo is seen painted on the turf as the New York Giants host the Atlanta Falcons during their NFC Wild Card Playoff game at MetLife Stadium on January 8, 2012 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)The 2019 NFL Combine came to a close this weekend after the best college football players in the country showed off their talent for scouts. Several impressive performances sent players rocketing up draft boards.However, one player that did not work out, may have risen the most. Former Oklahoma star Kyler Murray showed up to the combine to be measured, but did not work out for scouts.Murray chose not to throw or run, but still saw his stock rise. After the stood over 5-foot-10, that’s all scouts needed to see from the two-sport star.Although he didn’t display his skills at the combine, Murray is now the co-favorite to go No. 1 overall.According to odds released by one sportsbook, Murray and Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa are the favorites to be the No. 1 pick.Odds To Be #1 Draft PickNick Bosa + 110Kyler Murray +110Quinnen Williams +450Josh Allen +1200Dwayne Haskins +1400Drew Lock +4000Rashan Gary +6000(Source: @FDSportsbook)— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) March 5, 2019The Arizona Cardinals – who hold the No. 1 pick – have been tied to Kyler Murray since the close of the 2018 NFL season.Although the team drafted Josh Rosen with the No. 10 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft, new head coach Kliff Kingsbury could choose to draft his own quarterback rather than ride with the guy a previous regime brought in.The draft kicks off on April 25.
“I condemn the violence and call on all belligerents to respect and protect humanitarian workers who provide assistance to thousands of people affected by conflict in the country,” said Humanitarian Coordinator Marc Vandenberghe in a statement issued in Bangui, the capital of the CAR.He strongly condemned the attack against a World Food Programme (WFP) food convoy on 18 July near Baboua, in the north-western part region. The convoy of 20 vehicles escorted by the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) peacekeepers, received gun shots that fatally wounded the driver and his vehicle immediately reversed causing injuries to other passengers. “Humanitarian access continues to be hampered by various constraints in the country, particularly violence against civilians and humanitarian workers,” the humanitarian coordinator said. “The upsurge in armed attacks on the Main Supply Route 1 from the west of the country threatens the continuity of humanitarian activities in the country.”He underscored the urgent appeal of the humanitarian community in the country to all parties to the conflict to refrain from attacking humanitarian workers, “and they allow them to do their jobs and save lives safely in the whole country.”More than two years of civil war and sectarian violence have displaced thousands of people in CAR amid ongoing clashes between the mainly Muslim Séléka alliance and anti-Balaka militia, which are mostly Christian. The United Nations estimates that some 450,000 people remain displaced inside the country while thousands of others have sought asylum across the borders.