Sports Writer, Newsday
Covering the New York Giants for Newsday
kirotv.com — SKAGIT COUNTY, Wash. - Both north and southbound lanes of the Interstate 5 Skagit River Bridge collapsed Thursday evening, and the State Patrol said multiple vehicles and people are in the water. The collapse shortly after 7 p.m. south of Burlington and north of Mount Vernon.
newsday.com — It's Final Four weekend for men's college lacrosse and the matchups in Philadelphia are intriguing. In Saturday's opener, Duke, which has reached seven consecutive Final Fours, faces Cornell, in a game matching two of the nation's highest-scoring teams. In the second semifinal, top-seeded Syracuse, more of a defensive team the last couple of years, must try to stop high-scoring Denver, a relative newbie in the sport whose coach, Bill Tierney, won a record six national titles at Princeton.
newsday.com — Ramses II is considered the most influential of the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs and is often called "Ramses the Great." The Giants hope their sequel will be just as productive. The team brought back Ramses Barden, a free agent wide receiver they drafted in the third round in 2009.
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