The teenage son of a former Miami Dolphins linebacker has been charged with killing his father and mother at their Houston home.The 16 year old was charged as a juvenile and being questioned by investigators in connection with the deaths of Antonio and Dawn Armstrong, NBC affiliate KPRC reported. Local time Friday and neither was hurt, the station reported.A stunned investigator who called the Armstrongs an “all American family” said they have not yet determined a motive.”This was an outstanding family,” Houston police homicide investigator Jimmy Dodson told KPRC. “He was an associate pastor in the area church.
He has taken an epic route to the NFL. As a middle schooler in Louisiana, he was cut from the football team twice. He spent time as the team’s water boy after the second rejection. Remember being worried, but I don think I fully understood what was going on, Devin says today. She was my mom. She was a tough, strong person, and she be OK.
No chance,” Ings tweeted.”The 6 month return to competition rule is standard across most sports for athletes returning to international competition. And necessary.”Ings also tweeted at the official account of the World Rugby Sevens series, calling on the organisation to veto Hayne’s move given he had not undergone the requisite six months of RTP (registered testing pool) testing.Being barred from joining Fiji’s sevens team would be an incredible shock for Hayne, who played eight games (one start) for the 49ers, registering 17 carries for 52 yards and six catches for 27 yards, while also returning eight punts for 76 yards.He joined the Niners as an undrafted free agent in March last year, making the cut under former coach Jim Tomsula to complete his dream transition from rugby league to gridiron.Richard Ings tweets If Jarryd Hayne had been playing in WADA compliant sport he would have grounds to reduce the 6 months But NFL is PED badlands. No chance.Meanwhile, Jarryd Hayne’s manager says the code hopping star has not considered what his next move is post Olympics after quitting the NFL.The last six months has seen Hayne linked with an NRL return to the Sydney Roosters, but both Hayne and Parramatta have claimed he had signed a lifetime deal with the Eels when he made his 2014 exit from the NRL.Hayne’s manager Wayne Beavis says he has not considered his options come August, or even if his Olympic dream is over prior to that at selection.”This is just a fantastic opportunity we want to grab and then we’ll sit down and dust ourselves off after that and consider the next move,” Beavis told Fox Sports.”Plan B has never been discussed whether its rugby union, marbles, soccer or whatever.