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New York, NY ( - New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland have been chosen as the NFLs Offensive and Defensive Rookies of the Month for November. Beckham topped all NFL players with 593 receiving yards in November, while his 38 catches for the month were the second-most in the league. The dynamic wideout eclipsed the 100-yard mark three times over that stretch and became the first rookie in NFL history to record 90 or more receiving yards in five games for a single month. The 2014 first-round picks outstanding month was highlighted by a 10-catch, 146-yard, two-touchdown performance against Dallas on Nov. 23, in which Beckham produced one of the seasons most unforgettable plays by making a one- handed 43-yard grab for a touchdown. Borland led the entire NFL with 70 tackles, 10 of which went for a loss, and added two interceptions as well as a fumble recovery in overtime that set up the winning kick in a Week 10 victory at New Orleans. The Wisconsin product was named the NFCs Defensive Player of the Week for a 12-tackle, two- interception effort against the Giants in Week 11. Ahtyba Rubin Seahawks Jersey. The 45-year-old Schumacher suffered serious head injuries when he fell and hit the right side of his helmet on a rock in the French resort of Meribel on Dec. 29. The seven-time F1 champion has been in an induced coma in Grenoble University Hospital since then, although his condition stabilized following surgery after initially being described as critical. Bobby Wagner Jersey.Y. - New York Jets rookie safety Calvin Pryor sat out practice while he recovers from a concussion, although coach Rex Ryan says the first-round pick is "making strides. 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Defender Marco Palacios scored on a header, forcing Toronto to settle for a 1-1 draw with Pumas of Mexico in a CONCACAF Champions League Group C match at BMO Field. "Before the game we would be happy with one point, but after the game you have to be a little disappointed that you have given the game away," said Toronto FC head coach Aron Winter. Palacios scored on a header early in the second half following a corner kick to give Pumas the tie when Toronto had hopes of making a first-half goal by Peri Marosevic stand up. The draw gives Pumas eight points from their five games in the group while Toronto and FC Dallas each have seven. FC Dallas will play winless Tauro FC of Panama on Wednesday in the fifth game for both teams. Toronto plays at Dallas on Oct. 18 in the final Group C match for both teams. Toronto will need some help now to advance beyond the group stage. The game between Toronto and Pumas was much more competitive than when the teams met in Mexico City on Sept. 14. Pumas won 4-0, scoring all their goals in the first half. "You can never compare TFC with Pumas because theyre working with a bigger budget, a bigger roster, theyre not in a rebuilding period like we are," Winter said. "They have more quality than us and theyre a very good team. Last year they won the championship in Mexico and that says a lot." "You looked at the way we played against Pumas, it was a completely different than how we played them in Mexico," Marosevic added. This time Toronto had the lead at the half. Toronto made one substitute at the half with defender Doneil Henry replacing striker Danny Koevermans as Toronto played five at the back to try to protect it. Winter said after the game Koevermans was feeling fatigued and he wanted to put in a fresh player. Palacios tied it with a header from the centre of the box in the 51st minute as he beat centre back Andy Iro. It came off a cross from Erick Vera after a corner kick. "Its as simple as turning on a switch and just staying on your guy," Marosevic said. "Obviously it happens but its been happpening to us kind of often.dddddddddddd We need to realize we have to be strong in the box and every single person has to take responsibility." A couple of minutes after defender Richard Eckersley was taken out of the game with an injury in the 75th minute, Ryan Johnson nearly put Toronto ahead with a shot to the upper-left corner but keeper Odin Patino made the save. Winter said he will know more tomorrow about Eckersley, one of Torontos more industrious players, who appears to have a hamstring injury. Pumas hit the post with less than 10 minutes to play when a shot hit Iros head and banged off the right post. Keeper Milos Kocic made a save off a free kick by Javier Cortes two minutes into stoppage after Ashtone Morgan picked up a yellow card for his foul. Pumas had the better of the play in the first half but Toronto scored in the 35th minute on a goal by Marosevic. Koevermans has been the main goal scorer for Toronto in recent games, but this time he was the playmaker. Johnson headed the ball off a long pass to Koevermans feet and the striker played it back to Marosevic who placed his shot neatly into the lower right corner. "Koevermans saw me at the top of the box, laid it off and I saw a wide-open corner," Marosevic said. "All I had to do was pass it in." The goal came after Pumas had had the better chances. Michelle Castro forced Kocic to make the first save of the match in the eighth minute after Torontos Nick Soolsma gave up the ball. Marosevic had Torontos first shot in the 17th minute but didnt get a strong shot and goalkeeper Patino handled it easily. A couple of minutes later Pumas were unfortunate when Diego De Buen hit the left post with a booming shot from outside the penalty area. Toronto FC was without Torsten Frings, Terry Dunfield and Mikael Yourassowsky because of yellow card accumulation. Pumas, meanwhile, opened with four starters from the side that started the game against Toronto in Mexico City. Notes: Toronto FC has three games left in the MLS season with the next one Saturday at BMO Field against the New York Red Bulls. ... Joao Plata is still out with a strained hamstring. ... Eric Avila, who came to Toronto on Aug. 2, has not played because he is cup-tied to FC Dallas. wholesale jerseys  cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap soccer jerseys wholesale jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '

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