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first_imgAdvertisementMichelle Sung Wie (born October 11, 1989) is an American professional golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour.At age 10, she became the youngest player to qualify for a USGA amateur championship.Wie also became the youngest winner of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links and the youngest to qualify for an LPGA Tour event.She turned professional shortly before her 16th birthday in 2005, accompanied by an enormous amount of publicity and endorsements.She won her first major at the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open.Wie won several other Hawaiian local and junior events during the years 2000 through 2002.Wie played her first professional event while still an amateur in February 2002.Prior to her first win in a professional tournament, on November 15, 2009, she played in a total of 80 professional events as either an amateur or a professional.On June 22, 2014, Wie won her fourth LPGA Tour event and first major championship, the U.S. Women’s Open.She was tied for the lead with Amy Yang after 54 holes at two-under-par.She double-bogeyed the 16th hole to fall within one shot of Stacy Lewis, but birdied the next hole and parred the last hole for a final round par-70 to win by two strokes over Lewis.Image Courtesy –  Michelle Wie (Instagram)Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img(AP photos) 1 Comments   Share   “The running game goes as he goes,” Martin said.As a team, the Eagles attacked the Chargers for 214 yards on the ground.Dating back to last season, the Cardinals have held each of their last six opponents under 100 rushing yards. In addition, they have not allowed a 100-yard rusher in 17 straight games. Both marks represent the longest active streaks in the NFL.“No edge, no chance is what we like to say,” Martin said. “If we don’t seal off the edge, Chandler and everybody, then he’s going to run all day. That’s something we take week-in and week-out is setting that edge so that we can get the ball back to our interior guys so ‘Los (Dansby) and those guys can play free because when you make that short edge, it’s just make for tackles for losses and makes defense a lot easier.” Top Stories Reddick, too, will see some time at outside linebacker. The question is how much time.“That’s up to the coaches,” he said this week. “I was asked to help out there, which I’m willing to do but how much I play and how often I’m there that I don’t know.”The Cardinals drafted Reddick, the 13th overall pick, to play inside because of the ability, including dropping into coverage. But it was outside, as a defensive end, where he excelled at Temple.The plan was to bring Reddick along slowly, to have him learn from starters Deone Bucannon and Karlos Dansby. That plan, however, changed when Bucannon underwent offseason ankle surgery, costing him nearly all of training camp and the first three games of the season.Now that Bucannon is healthy, and obviously the need with Golden sidelined, the Cardinals will use Reddick some at outside linebacker, while still having some packages for him inside the box.“It’s part of the job,” Reddick said, admitting he’ll be doing a lot of learning on the fly. “This is the task that I was handed with this week, and it’s my job to be able to know everything and what I have to do come Sunday. Rushing the passer will always be the same. There’s some differences but nothing that’s too different. It was Martin who replaced Golden after Golden hurt his right knee in the fourth quarter against San Francisco. Golden has since been put on injured reserve with a torn ACL.“I’m ready for that opportunity to showcase what I can do,” said Martin, who has been known more for his special teams prowess. “This type of opportunity, it doesn’t come around often and so I got to take advantage of it, grasp it and make the most of it.”Already the Cardinals have seen Martin take hold of an opportunity. Back in training camp and the preseason, he won the No. 3 outside linebacker competition, putting him in position to spell Golden or Chandler Jones when needed.Now Martin is needed.At 6-foot-6 and 272 pounds, Martin certainly has the size to be successful. More importantly, he’s grown into the position after being drafted — third round (84th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft — out of college as a defensive end.“Stronger, being a standing-up player now for a couple more years than he was,” head coach Bruce Arians said. “When he first got here, he always had his hand in the dirt. That’s hard to do. But, he’s getting more physical.”So, while Martin possesses the size, rookie Haason Reddick possesses the speed. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img read more