Dwayne Haskins dead at 24 following currently being struck by car or truck

Former Ohio Point out star and NFL 1st-spherical draft decide Dwayne Haskins died Saturday. He was 24.

Haskins was struck by a car or truck Saturday early morning, in accordance to Florida Highway Patrol. The crash occurred all over 6:37 a.m. Florida Highway Patrol believes Haskins was making an attempt to cross site visitors lanes on foot when he was struck by a car or truck. A targeted traffic homicide investigation is open.

Haskins was pronounced useless at the scene. Interstate 595, the road on which the crash transpired, was shut down for a number of hrs next the crash.

Haskins was in South Florida education with Pittsburgh Steelers players for the 2022 NFL season.

Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin verified Haskins’ dying, contacting Haskins “1 of our hardest staff, equally on the subject and in our neighborhood.”

Dwayne Haskins spent the 2021 NFL season with the Steelers. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images)

Dwayne Haskins put in the 2021 NFL period with the Steelers. (Image by Joe Sargent/Getty Pictures)

Washington co-proprietors Dan and Tanya Snyder also unveiled a statement, calling Haskins a “young man with a great total of probable.”

Ohio Condition also confirmed the information, sending prayers to individuals who realized Haskins.

Gamers, coaches fork out tribute to Dwayne Haskins

NFL gamers, and some of Haskins’ former coaches, compensated tribute to Haskins on Saturday. Ryan Day, who was Ohio State’s offensive coordinator when Haskins was at the college, mentioned Haskins, “Had a giant coronary heart.”

Previous Ohio Condition head coach City Meyer named Haskins “a person of the best” quarterbacks to enjoy at Ohio Point out.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who played with Haskins at Ohio Condition, posted an picture of the two embracing immediately after a video game.

Steelers teammate Cam Heyward explained Haskins’ smile “was infectious.”

Immediately after an remarkable 2018 year at Ohio Point out during which he threw 50

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Alpine launch 2022 F1 car: Striking new blue and pink look revealed with colour ‘flip’ plan in place

Alpine are penultimate team to launch their car, with A522 revealed two days before first pre-season test; Blue and pink livery due to new title sponsor in BWT, while car will be predominantly pink for opening two races

Last Updated: 22/02/22 6:07am

Alpine have revealed a fresh livery for the 2022 Formula 1 season, the team in blue and pink due to a new title sponsor in BWT.

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Alpine have revealed a fresh livery for the 2022 Formula 1 season, the team in blue and pink due to a new title sponsor in BWT.

Alpine have revealed a fresh livery for the 2022 Formula 1 season, the team in blue and pink due to a new title sponsor in BWT.

Alpine have revealed a striking new livery on their 2022 Formula 1 car and a unique colour ‘flip’ plan for the opening races, as the French team look to make a big leap up the order in their second campaign.

The main A522 look is predominantly blue but also has large splashes of pink as Alpine, formerly known as Renault, celebrate a new title sponsor in BWT, who previously brought their colours to the Aston Martin team.

Alpine's new main look for the 2022 season

Alpine’s new main look for the 2022 season

In an added twist, it was revealed during Alpine’s launch that the colour scheme will ‘flip’ for the first two races of the season, meaning a dominant-pink look for the Bahrain and Saudi Arabian GPs.

Launched two days before the season starts in earnest with winter testing, Alpine are the ninth team to formally unveil their new challenger, designed to the new regulations aimed at revolutionising wheel-to-wheel racing.

They say the car unveiled in Paris was a show car, with the team to shakedown their ‘real’ challenger in Barcelona on Tuesday before the winter test.

The 'flipped' pink car Alpine will use for the first two races of the season

The ‘flipped’ pink car Alpine will use for the first two races of

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Formula 1: Haas kickstart revolutionary 2022 era with first look at new car and livery

Haas become the first team to reveal images of the 2022 car ahead of physical reveal at first pre-season test; Team stick to white-based livery from last year but big changes to car clear to see; New rules focused on improving racing with overhauled aerodynamics

Last Updated: 04/02/22 6:01pm

Haas have provided a first look at the all-new Formula 1 cars by unveiling their livery for the 2022 season, as the sport prepares for a shake-up amid the dramatic regulation changes.

The new F1 rules – introduced to help closer, more competitive and exciting racing – have been described as the biggest technical overhaul in 40 years, and Haas became the first team to release images of a 2022 design on Friday.

While not a physical reveal, with the American team’s challenger expected to look different when it hits the track, the renders do highlight the aesthetic changes and the overhauled aerodynamics, with a new floor, wings and 18-inch tyres the big changes.

Haas are set for an official unveiling of their car before the first morning of pre-season testing, just as they have done since joining the grid in 2016.

They have an unchanged driver line-up for this year, retaining Mick Schumacher – son of F1 legend Michael – and Nikita Mazepin, who joined the team as rookies last season.

Haas kick off F1 launches with ‘dramatically different’ look

The new rules offer all teams a clean slate to redesign their cars and reshape their fortunes, and Haas in particular will be looking to take advantage of that opportunity.

The team suffered their worst F1 season last year, finishing 10th and last in the standings and failing to score a single point in a car that was barely upgraded from 2020.

Haas have, however, been openly

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