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He could also refuse to sign off on a subpoena of Trump if the president refuses to voluntarily speak to investigators. Trump said at the news conference that he wanted the Mueller probe to end, calling it "very unfair".
Tarboro's favorite running back was the subject of much of the Saints' defensive gameplan, and was kept from being his truly explosive self, but still finished with a rushing touchdown and 68 yards on 13 carries to go with six catches for 11 yards.
But, Vick clearly didn't feel the same way. saying the old, cell-phone-under-the-goal-post routine is bad for the sport!
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Mueller is investigating Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 election and any collusion by Trump's campaign. Senate from Utah, also tweeted that the Mueller probe should be allowed to proceed "to its conclusion unimpeded".
Horn's end zone call, however, was even more costly, with the National Football League levying a $30,000 fine for the Saints standout's celebration.
"I paid a tribute to him, tried to get the crowd going a little bit more, set the tone, have fun out there, giving people a show", Thomas said, according to ESPN. Thomas hadn't talked to Horn about the celebration prior to the game. "I felt like I had an opportunity to make it happen, put the game away and make a call". On top of that, Horn also went out and ordered Thomas #13 jersey, which he plans to wear when he attends any future Saints events.
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But there's a lot of good coaches out there. "We had a meeting with the senior players last night (Sunday) and have a pretty good idea how we want to play against New Zealand".
Horn, now 46, told Jeff Duncan of The Times-Picayune he was working out by himself in a gym in MS when he witnessed Thomas' tribute.