ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 08: Terrell Lewis #24 of the Alabama Crimson Tide reacts to an interception during the third quarter against the Georgia Bulldogs in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 8, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)Terrell Lewis has the talent to be the next game-breaking edge rusher out of Alabama. His health hasn’t cooperated to this point in his college career.In the 2017 season opener against Florida State, Lewis suffered what proved to be a season-ending elbow injury. He needed surgery to repair a ligament, which cost him the remainder of that season.After recovering from that setback, Lewis tore an ACL in the summer of 2018, costing him all of last season. He missed this spring as he finished his recovery.Now, just over a week away from the season opener against Duke, Lewis is finally back to where he wants to be, and is working to break into the Alabama rotation at linebacker.From AL.com:“I’m 100 percent, I would say,” Lewis said. “There’s nothing that’s holding me back from doing anything. I feel real good now. … As far as the spring, strength-wise, I wasn’t where I wanted to be as far as being able to hold the point of attack and go against 300-pound linemen. But now, staying focused with rehab and stuff like that got me right. And getting stronger and then just getting more comfortable with being back on the field, that helped me a lot.”His ability is starting to flash in a major way at Crimson Tide practice as well. The AL.com piece describes a drill in which Lewis made offensive tackle Tommy Brown, a current backup for the Tide and a class of 2018 four-star player, look pretty bad. Saban was just yards away observing, and had some nice things to say about how Lewis has fought back from injury.“He’s worked hard all summer,” Tide coach Nick Saban said in early August. “We keep these Catapult (GPS tracking) numbers on guys in terms of what their explosive movements are and how much they can duplicate it, and he’s back to a level higher than he was before he got hurt two years ago. So we’re really pleased with the work that he’s done and how he’s recovered.”Terrell Lewis should have plenty of opportunity to show off the five-star talent he brought to Tuscaloosa this fall. Hopefully, his body finally gives him that chance.[AL.com]
More than 50 people who have been evacuated from their homes are currently at the rest centre, where several British Red Cross volunteers are on hand to provide support.The army is working to make the bomb safe but the operation is likely to last until at least Friday afternoon, the council said. A north west London council says the army will be working to defuse a suspected WW2 bomb until Friday afternoon at the earliest #Willesden pic.twitter.com/XhlY9KTDi2— Global’s Newsroom (@GlobalsNewsroom) March 2, 2017 Superintendent Nigel Quantrell said: “I would like to thank the community for their continued support as we and our partners deal with this incident.”I can assure you that we are working very hard resolve the situation. The public’s understanding and cooperation is deeply appreciated.” The Nazi bomb has lain undisturbed for over 75 yearsCredit:PA Two schools and nearby homes have been evacuated after a suspected Second World War bomb was discovered on a building site.A huge cordon is in place and roads have been closed after the unexploded device was found near Brondesbury Park in Brent, north-west London. School and homes were evacuated after the discoveryCredit:Universal News And Sport Malorees Junior School and Marylebone Boys’ School had been evacuated and a 200 metre cordon is in place at the scene, Brent Council said.A rest centre has been set up at St Martin’s Church on Mortimer Road, Kensal Green, for residents affected by the disruption. The Second World War bomb was discovered on a building site in BrentCredit:PA The army has been called in to deal with the bomb while police and the fire service also remain on the scene, Brent Council said.Police said they were called to The Avenue, near the junction of Willesden Lane, at around 11.30am on Thursday following the discovery. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.