Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams arrested after car accident, according to report

Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams was arrested on a charge of public intoxication Saturday morning after allegedly crashing his Lamborghini into a pole and leaving the scene of the accident, according to a report by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Police in Frisco, Texas, responded to the accident at approximately 4:45 a.m., according to a statement the department gave the Star-Telegram. The driver of the car allegedly fled the scene, and Frisco Police discovered it was registered to Williams.

“I don’t even know if we can get there,” Pegula told The Buffalo News . “I know fans in Buffalo don’t want higher ticket prices, they don’t want PSLs (personal seat licenses). The state doesn’t want to give you any money, the city doesn’t … We don’t have a billion-and-a-half dollars sitting around. We used it to buy the team.”

The stadium underwent $130 million in renovations in 2014 that were partly funded by public money, though the improvements were considered to be a short-term upgrade.

When LeBron is on Smart, a smaller Cavs defender — JR Smith or Kyle Korver — is often stashed on Morris. Boston might want to poke at that matchup. Morris’ bully-ball represents boring, retrograde hoops, but when he has a mismatch, it might be the best way to use him.

In 2010, Tepper bought a vacation home; a $50 million, 6,200-square-foot oceanfront property in the Hamptons belonging to Joanne Corzine.

Tepper has purchased a $50 million mansion that was owned by the ex-wife of a man who had denied Tepper of a partnership years prior. His plans for the property likely will include tearing down the mansion. He said of the purchase: “You could say there was a little justice in the world.”

Tepper claims to have popularized the phrase “It is what it is.”

During a gala reception after Tepper made a hefty donation to Carnegie Mellon in 2003, one of his college friends played a video tribute that included a segment called “Cindy Perl: Thanks for Nothing,” based on Tepper’s high school girlfriend. Said Tepper’s friend to New York Magazine: “Everybody in your life, there’s one person you want to rub their nose in it. After a five-year relationship, she said to him, ‘David, I love you, but I don’t think you’re going to be able to support the lifestyle I want.'”ravens_181

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