Receiver River Cracraft gets third elevation as Dolphins also call up tackle Larnel Coleman for Bills game

Make it three elevations in three weeks for Miami Dolphins wide receiver River Cracraft.

The Dolphins announced Saturday they have elevated Cracraft and offensive tackle Larnel Coleman from the practice squad to the game-day roster for Sunday’s 1 p.m. kickoff against the Buffalo Bills at Hard Rock Stadium.

NFL rules in 2022 allow a team to bring up a practice-squad player three times without contractual consequences, so Miami uses its final free call-up on Cracraft and has one remaining for Coleman.

If the Dolphins want to promote the same player beyond the third occasion, they have to sign him to the active roster to be assured of keeping him. Should the team want to send him back to the practice squad yet again, it would have to release him first, making him eligible to be claimed by other clubs.

“You make these decisions every week for what’s the best thing for the football team that week in the given matchups,” coach Mike McDaniel said on Friday about a potential looming decision with Cracraft. “If we get to that point where he’s lost all that eligibility, then we have to cross that bridge.”

Cracraft, who is in his sixth NFL season, mostly on the practice squads of the Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers, is coming off a Week 2 outing where he scored his first NFL regular-season touchdown. The 2-yard score early in the fourth quarter at the Baltimore Ravens sparked a comeback from down 21 points to win 42-38. Cracraft played 16 offensive snaps in Baltimore, many while Tyreek Hill was off the field dealing with cramps.

Elevating Coleman gives the Dolphins an eighth offensive lineman for Sunday against Buffalo as the team is currently carrying only seven on the active roster with starting right tackle Austin Jackson on injured reserve.

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Ravens LT Ronnie Stanley ruled out of Sunday’s game vs. Patriots; OLB Brandon Copeland promoted from practice squad

Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley has been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots, delaying his season debut at least another week.

Stanley (ankle) was listed as doubtful on Friday’s injury report after practicing Wednesday and Thursday as a limited participant. He sat out Friday’s practice with what coach John Harbaugh called a recovery day.

Stanley has yet to fully participate in a practice this season. He played in just one game last season before undergoing his second straight season-ending ankle injury.

Harbaugh said Friday that Stanley is “getting to the point where it’s kind of week-to-week, day-to-day-ish. Again, it comes back to him feeling like he’s going to be playing at his best. That’s really what it boils down to. Very sound. Very strong. He’s in great shape, maybe the best shape that I’ve seen him in some ways since he’s been here. … He’s doing really well that way. So when he feels like he’s ready to go out there and be Ronnie Stanley at his best, then he’ll be out there.”

With Stanley and Week 1 starter Ja’Wuan James (torn Achilles tendon) both unavailable, Patrick Mekari is again expected to start at left tackle.

The Ravens on Saturday also elevated outside linebacker Brandon Copeland (Gilman), whom they signed Wednesday, and wide receiver Raleigh Webb from the practice squad for Sunday’s game. The Ravens have just two full-time outside linebackers on their active roster, Odafe Oweh and Justin Houston, after losing Steven Means to a torn Achilles tendon in Week 2. Free-agent signing Jason Pierre-Paul’s deal has not yet been finalized.

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Angel City FC grateful going into final home game

Angel City Football Club’s home debut in the NWSL Challenge Cup proved that the club had the attention of soccer fans.

The announced attendance was 6,307 on that March 19 evening, but by halftime, the 10,000-seat Titan Stadium was near capacity.

That carried over nearly a month later at the regular-season debut as 22,000 filled Banc of California Stadium.

That will likely be the case again in Sunday’s regular-season home finale as the Angel City hosts Racing Louisville FC.

Angel City has recorded three sellouts so far and is averaging 18,000-plus per home game.

“I would describe it as an honor,” Angel City coach Freya Coombe said of the first season. “To be a part of this process, it has been unbelievable in terms of the opportunity and how the team feels about what we’re doing as a club. The ups and downs, the emotional … it’s been an emotional roller coaster, going back to some of our results in the Challenge Cup to now.

“The appetite for the players to keep getting better, to keep driving the standard. It’s been a roller coaster, but a big privilege to be a part of. It feels like such a journey and it’s not just the numbers, it’s the quality of the fan engagement and the quality of the fan experience and how we all interact on game day. I’ve never seen anything like that in this league. It’s brilliant to a part of.”

After spending the month of September on the road, Angel City circled these last two home games as critically important to their playoff goals.

Angel City (8-7-5, 29 points) kept those hopes alive with the win over the Washington Spirit on Wednesday and will need another win to do the same Sunday. Angel City enters the week one point behind the Chicago Red Stars for the …read more

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Aaron Judge stuck on 60 homers as Yankees beat Red Sox 7-5

The Yankees got three home runs Saturday to beat the Red Sox 7-5 at Yankee Stadium, but the sold-out crowd of 47,611 left the ballpark disappointed. For the fourth straight game, the Bombers’ slugger Aaron Judge did not hit a home run, remaining one away from tying the 61 year old American League and franchise record of 61.

With homers from Gleyber Torres, Oswaldo Cabrera and Anthony Rizzo, the  Yankees (93-58) won their sixth straight game and closed within three games of clinching the AL East division title.

For the first time since he hit his 60th home run of the season, Judge was challenged by a pitcher. Nick Pivetta went at him with three fastballs in the first inning, striking him out. In the third, Pivetta came with three fastballs, dropped in a knuckle curve and then got him to fly out to center on another fastball. In the fifth, Pivetta was a little more cautious but did challenge him with a 2-1 fastball down the middle which the slugger was late on and fouled off.

They battled to a full count before Judge walked after seven pitches. In the seventh, with the shadows over home plate making it even harder for the hitters to see, John Schreiber used his sinker to set up his slider to battle back from 2-0 to 2-2. Judge fouled off two hanging sliders before John Schreiber got him on a checked swing at a 93-mile-an-hour fastball. That was the first time in this stretch of waiting that Judge showed any emotions. He muttered to himself as he started walking back and waved his hand dismissively at first base umpire Chris Conroy who had called him out on the checked swing.

It has been 18 late appearances since Judge hit No. 60 on Tuesday night.

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River Cracraft gets third elevation as Dolphins also call up Larnel Coleman for Bills game

Make it three elevations in three weeks for Miami Dolphins wide receiver River Cracraft.

The Dolphins announced Saturday they have elevated Cracraft and offensive tackle Larnel Coleman from the practice squad to the game-day roster for Sunday’s 1 p.m. kickoff against the Buffalo Bills at Hard Rock Stadium.

NFL rules in 2022 allow a team to bring a practice-squad player up three times, so Miami uses its final free call-up on Cracraft and has one remaining for Coleman.

If the Dolphins want to promote the same player beyond the third occasion, they have to sign him to the active roster. Should the team then want to send him back to the practice squad, it would have to release him first, making him eligible to be claimed by other clubs.

“You make these decisions every week for what’s the best thing for the football team that week in the given matchups,” coach Mike McDaniel said on Friday about a potential looming decision with Cracraft. “If we get to that point where he’s lost all that eligibility, then we have to cross that bridge.”

Cracraft, who is in his sixth NFL season, mostly on practice squads of the Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers, is coming off a Week 2 outing where he scored his first NFL regular-season touchdown. The 2-yard score early in the fourth quarter at the Baltimore Ravens sparked a comeback from down 21 points to win, 42-38. Cracraft played 16 offensive snaps in Baltimore, many while Tyreek Hill was off the field dealing with cramps.

Elevating Coleman gives the Dolphins an eighth offensive lineman for Sunday against Buffalo as the team is currently only carrying seven on the active roster with starting right tackle Austin Jackson on injured reserve.

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Rams must limit Cardinals ‘escape artist’ Kyler Murray

GLENDALE, Ariz. — First, Rams outside linebacker Justin Hollins examined the situation, saying the Raiders’ defense appeared fatigued on the wild 2-point conversion that Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray converted last week that covered 85 yards of grass and took 21 seconds to conclude.

Hollins then attempted to understand what the Raiders’ defense must have felt after allowing perhaps the longest 2-point conversion in NFL history, which ignited Arizona’s comeback victory after trailing 23-7 in the fourth quarter.

“I looked at it and I was like, ‘Man, that would definitely suck.’” Hollins said. “That would definitely suck. We would have to find a way to get him on the ground or something.”

Hollins was then asked if the combination of physical and mental fatigue after allowing an improbable 2-point conversion would demoralize his team. That’s when the imagination stopped for Hollins.

“I don’t know how I would have felt because I don’t think they would have converted it on us,” Hollins said. “I think we would have came at it with a different approach.”

Hollins referred to Murray as an escape artist, but the Rams are confident they are disciplined enough to get Murray on the ground if they find themselves in similar scenarios Sunday when they face the Cardinals at State Farm Stadium for their first NFC West clash and road game of the season.

The key to containing Murray from extending plays and scrambling for yards, according to Hollins, is to keep fresh rotations with the edge rushers and defensive linemen.

The Rams had concerns with their depth at outside linebacker, especially after Leonard Floyd hurt his knee in practice last week. As a result, they added former UCLA product Takkarist McKinley from the Tennessee Titans’ practice squad and signed him to their active roster.

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Three people die in three separate traffic crashes along the Front Range overnight

Three people died overnight in separate traffic crashes along the Front Range, according to the Colorado State Patrol.

A single-vehicle crash happened at about 2 a.m. Saturday on U.S. Highway 285 near Conifer, said Sgt. Troy Kessler, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman. The driver of a Chevrolet Silverado was northbound on 285 when he failed to negotiate a curve and the pickup truck ran off of the road and rolled, Kessler said. The driver, a 24-year-old Lakewood man, was thrown from the truck. He died at the scene. He was not wearing a seatbelt. A passenger, a 24-year-old Glendale man, suffered a minor hand injury. He was wearing a seat belt.

At about 10:15 p.m. Friday a motorcyclist hit a pedestrian in Adams County on Federal Boulevard near West 64th Avenue, Kessler said. The pedestrian died at the scene. The driver of the Harley Davison, a 53-year-old Westminster man, suffered serious injuries. The pedestrian was crossing Federal, outside of a crosswalk, when the northbound motorcycle hit him. The motorcyclist laid down the bike in a futile attempt to avoid striking the pedestrian.

A single-vehicle crash happened at about 2 a.m. Saturday in Weld County at the intersection of County Roads 64 and 27, Kessler said. The driver, a 24-year-old Greeley man, died when his 2010 BMW ran off of the road. A passenger, a 25-year-old Eaton man, suffered minor injuries.

All three crashes remain under investigation.

 

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100-year-old who ‘risked life and limb’ in Second World War receives honorary degree

Kathleen Roberts has become one of the oldest people to ever receive such an honour (Picture: SWNS)

Kathleen Roberts has become one of the oldest people to ever receive such an honour (Picture: SWNS)

A 100-year-old woman who ‘risked life and limb’ during the Second World War has become one of only two centenarians to be given an honorary degree.

Kathleen Roberts is the only surviving member of the ‘Women of Steel’.

The group kept Sheffield’s steel industry from collapse with months of gruelling work after the outbreak of war.

Kathleen was just a teenager when she was sent down the city’s mines.

She and the other women enlisted worked gruelling 72 hour weeks while being paid less than men doing the same job.

Thousands of Sheffield women, from all types of backgrounds, worked in the mines as everything from heavy machine operators to crane drivers.

The conditions were poor and their dirty air raid shelters filled of rats. If the air raid siren did go off, the women would simply instead don tin helmets and continue their work.

But despite the setbacks, the Women of Steel still successfully kept Sheffield’s steelworks industry running.

Kathleen campaigned for years to get recognition for the Women of Steel (Picture: University of Sheffield / SWNS)

But they were later told they were ‘surplus to requirements’ and dismissed without thanks. The group was even encouraged not to speak about what they had been through.

But Kathleen eventually did raise her voice, and helped launched a seven-year campaign to preserve the legacy of the Women of Steel.

The 100-year-old has now been made an Honorary Doctor of Engineering at Sheffield University – recognising her efforts both as a female steelworker and campaigner.

‘You can’t learn everything in a book’, was her key advice following the award.

‘Embrace every opportunity that enables you to follow your dreams’ advised Kathleen (Picture: University of Sheffield/SWNS)

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Buy Now Pay Later Report: Market trends in the ecommerce financing, consumer credit, and BNPL industry

Buy now, pay later solutions are continuing to grow in popularity as people seek alternative methods of financing.
The BNPL industry will rack up $680 billion in transaction volume worldwide in 2025
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Buy now, pay later (BNPL) solutions, which allow consumers to pay in interest-free installments, are continuing to grow in popularity as people seek alternative methods of financing—a trend exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. And with the swelling market comes heightened competition amongst financial services companies.

BNPL solutions are growing in popularity as people seek alternative methods of financing.

Below, Insider Intelligence breaks down how some of these companies stack up, and what business models they are adopting to find success within the shifting market. 

Ecommerce Financing Growth During COVID

The coronavirus pandemic accelerated ecommerce market growth, which in turn increased the demand for easy online financing options. Because BNPL products are native to online shopping, the surge in ecommerce boosted these providers’ reach. 

The rise of ecommerce amid the pandemic has sparked BNPL market growth.

The pandemic left millions of consumers unemployed and financially insecure, and in need of greater flexibility with their purchases. On the other hand, many consumers actually paid off debt during the crisis, making interest-free BNPL solutions an attractive alternative to racking up another high credit card balance. 

Buy Now Pay Later Market

The BNPL industry has modernized layaway and installment payments to offer consumers flexible payment options for their purchases. Compared to credit cards, intended to be used repeatedly, BNPL solutions are applied to individual transactions—appealing to consumers who want to make less of a financial commitment, even on lower ticket items.

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Ted Cruz was booed by a Texas audience when he said his plan to end school shootings is putting more police officers in schools

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks during the America First Agenda Summit, at the Marriott Marquis hotel July 26, 2022 in Washington, DC.

Ted Cruz was met with a booing audience when he said his plan to stop school shootings is putting more police in schools.
Cruz commented on gun control efforts and the Uvalde school shooting at the Texas Tribune Festival.
A responsive audience jeered at Cruz at some points, demanding age restrictions on assault weapons.

Sen. Ted Cruz was met with boos from a Texas audience when he said that his plan to combat school shootings is placing more police officers in schools. 

Cruz spoke about guns and other contentious topics at the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin on Saturday, where he was met with a responsive audience. 

“Whenever you have a mass murder … you have Democrats in Washington, the step they immediately go to is we need to take away firearms from law-abiding citizens,” Cruz said, prompting sparse applause. “OK, you can clap for that except for the minor problem that it doesn’t work. If the objective is to stop these crimes, gun control is singularly ineffective.”

Cruz argued that gun control measures punish “law-abiding citizens” instead of criminals, though the audience seemed to disagree with him at some points.

“If you want to stop crime,” Cruz said, “you target the bad guys. You target the criminals, the felons, the fugitives. You prosecute them, you put them in jail, you get them off the streets, and you also enhance security at vulnerable targets.” 

Cruz has made similar comments before in defense of the National Rifle Association, which he said “stands up for the rights of every American,” Business Insider previously reported. Cruz has received the most donations from gun rights groups among other Texas lawmakers, according to Axios. 

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Bill Gates says political polarization ‘may bring it all to an end’ and could even lead to a civil war

Bill Gates is sounding the alarm on political polarization in the US.
“Political polarization may bring it all to an end, we’re going to have a hung election and a civil war,” he told Forbes recently.
Gates, who has been the target of many conspiracy theories over the years, also pointed out the dangers of misinformation.

Bill Gates usually focuses on issues like poverty and infectious diseases through his charitable foundation, but another problem on his mind is the polarization of US politics.

“I admit that political polarization may bring it all to an end, we’re going to have a hung election and a civil war,” he recently said in the keynote conversation at this year’s Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy. “I have no expertise in that. I’m not going to divert my money to that because I wouldn’t know how to spend it.”

Political polarization, he says, goes hand-in-hand with another issue: the spread of misinformation.

“The polarization and lack of trust is a problem,” he continued to Forbes. “One of the best-selling books last year was a book by Robert Kennedy, saying that I like to make money and kill millions of people with vaccines. It’s wild that sells well.”

Over the years, Gates and ex-wife Melinda French Gates have donated billions to vaccine research, development, and delivery through their foundation. Gates has been the subject of conspiracy theories that claim he puts microchips in vaccines to track people. Earlier this month, Gates said people have yelled such accusations at him on the street.

“People seek simple solutions [and] the truth is kind of boring sometimes. Anybody who’s got good innovations on reducing polarization, getting the truth to be as interesting as the crazy stuff, that would be well worth investing in,” Gates told Forbes.

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Motorcyclist suffers serious injuries when he hits moose on Guanella Pass roadway

A motorcyclist was seriously injured Friday when the rider hit a moose on Guanella Pass, the moose died in the crash.

The incident happened at about 6:10 p.m. on Park County Road 62 on the Grant side of the pass, said Sgt. Troy Kessler, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman.

The motorcyclist, identified as Adam Lamb, 44, of Colorado Springs, was southbound on CR 62 riding a 2016 KTM, when he hit the moose in the roadway, Kessler said. The motorcycle then hit a roadside post and Lamb was thrown from the enduro dirt bike. He suffered serious injuries including broken arms.

Investigators suspect that alcohol and excessive speed contributed to the crash, Kessler said. An investigation is ongoing.

 

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Bishop Amat football player alleges assault by two Damien coaches

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A Bishop Amat High football player alleges he was assaulted by two Damien High football coaches following a football game and postgame altercation between the teams Friday night.

Jesse Ramos, the father of Bishop Amat senior running back Aiden Ramos, confirmed Saturday morning that his son filed an incident report with the La Verne Police Department on Friday night, alleging two coaches on the Damien football staff assaulted him during a postgame fracas and left him with a bruise under his left eye.

According to his son, Jesse Ramos said words were exchanged and a coach grabbed his son’s shoulder pads and ripped his helmet off. “There was also another coach involved, but all the details will come out,” he said.

The La Verne police department is investigating a battery charge in which a 19-year-old alleges two subjects battered him, and one involves a Damien high football coach. The incident allegedly happened following Friday night’s football game between Bishop Amat and Damien. pic.twitter.com/asIXbP7Kga

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La Verne Police Lt. Jason Prows confirmed that an investigation into a battery charge involving coaches from Damien High stemming from Friday’s game is underway.

“The incident occurred after the football game between Damien High School and Bishop Amat High School on September 23, 2022,” Prows wrote in a press release. “A 19-year-old Bishop Amat student alleges two subjects battered him, and at least one of the subjects involved is a Damien High School Football Team coach.

Calls to Damien head coach Matt Bechtel and Damien athletic director Jeff Grant were not returned.

Following Bishop Amat’s 35-7 victory over Damien, Bishop Amat coach Steve Hagerty refused to shake Bechtel’s hand. Bechtel appeared to confront Hagerty about it as players were continuing to shake hands.

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Tony La Russa will not return to manage the Chicago White Sox this season

Manager Tony La Russa will not return for the rest of the season at the direction of his doctors, the Chicago White Sox announced Saturday in a statement.

“After undergoing additional testing and medical procedures over the past week, doctors for Tony La Russa have directed him to not return as manager of the Chicago White Sox for the remainder of the 2022 season,” the statement read.

The Sox have been without La Russa, 77, since Aug. 30, when they announced less than an hour before a game against the Kansas City Royals that he would not manage that night at the direction of his doctors.

The next day the Sox said La Russa was out indefinitely and would undergo further testing with doctors in Arizona.

La Russa attended a ceremony for former pitcher Dave Stewart on Sept. 11 in Oakland, Calif.

“Health ain’t nothing to mess with,”La Russa said before the event. “I got checked in Chicago and the reason I flew to Arizona is because that’s been the place since the ‘90s I’ve had physicals. They addressed it, they fixed it, now it’s just a question of regaining strength. Don’t mess with health.”

He told Janie McCauley of the Associated Press he had a pacemaker inserted for his heart.

La Russa is second all time among major-league managers in victories. The 2014 Hall of Fame inductee won World Series titles with the Oakland Athletics (1989) and St. Louis Cardinals (2006, 2011).

Bench coach Miguel Cairo will continue as the acting manager for the remainder of the season. The Sox are 13-10 since Cairo took over Aug. 30.

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Giants’ Kayvon Thibodeaux expected to make NFL debut on grand MNF stage

Kayvon Thibodeaux arrived at the Giants on the big stage as April’s No. 5 overall NFL Draft pick in Las Vegas.

So it’s only fitting that he’s expected to make his NFL debut under the bright lights of Monday Night Football against the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium.

“Big games like this, whether it’s the National Championship, Super Bowl, Monday Night Football, where everybody is watching, I wouldn’t say it adds pressure to me,” Thibodeaux said this week. “But if you do better, it will amplify. We’re in New York.”

Thibodeaux’s long-awaited debut has been delayed by a sprained right MCL injury sustained on Aug. 21 in a preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

He’s been wearing a brace on the knee, and he’s listed as questionable officially for the primetime game. But all signs pointed to the rookie from Oregon playing, barring some unforeseen last-minute change of plans.

Thibodeaux was going full speed in live drills against offensive linemen, despite being listed as limited in practice. He said he was able to “open it up” and was “definitely confident” after making “a lot of progress” in his rehab.

There is actually a chance that both Thibodeaux and second-year pass rusher Azeez Ojulari (right calf) make their season debuts to reinforce a defense that could be without Leonard Williams (sprained right MCL).

“I hope so,” head coach Brian Daboll said, when asked if he were confident they’d both play. “They’ve taken good steps. I think they are much better than they were the week before. Hopefully, they’ll have a good day here, and we’re moving in the right direction with those guys.”

Thibodeaux, 21, should help a Giants pass rush that has struggled to get to opposing quarterbacks without blitzing. But he also demonstrated strong run defense in the preseason, and that could be a big boost against …read more

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Rammstein delivers a blazing concert at the Coliseum full of thunder, fire and flame

Till Lindemann of Rammstein performs at the LA Memorial Coliseum...

A concert like the one German industrial metal band Rammstein played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Friday practically demands you play Never Have I Ever as you consider what in the world you just witnessed.

As in: Never have I ever seen the singer of a band repeatedly blast a huge cauldron with a literal flamethrower while the keyboard player ducks down inside to avoid incineration.

Yeah. That happened.

Till Lindemann of Rammstein performs at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

The German metal band Rammstein performs on the first of two nights at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

Till Lindemann of Rammstein performs on the first of two nights at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

Rammstein performs on the first of two nights at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

Paul Landers of Rammstein performs on the first of two nights at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

Till Lindemann of Rammstein performs at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

Rammstein performs on the first of two nights at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

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