Before the shooting, McKnight was attempting to apologize to the man, the witness said.McKnight played three seasons for the New York Jets and one with the Kansas City Chiefs. He spent this season in the Canadian Football League, playing two games for the Edmonton Eskimos and three for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He ran for 150 yards against Toronto on Oct.
ATHENS Citigroup changed on Friday its view that Greece will almost certainly leave the euro, saying key eurozone players seem to have decided a Greek exit would do more harm than good. Bank lowered its probability of a to 60% from 90% due to a change in the attitude of euro core members toward it it said in a note to investors.probably fear its negative effects on upcoming elections (in Germany) and a diminished economic resilience in the rest of Europe, Citi added.Greece is seen missing the debt and deficit targets set out under the 130 billion euro European Union/International Monetary Fund bailout it obtained earlier this year, fuelling talk the country might be forced to leave the eurozone.But it said Greece is still more likely than not to leave the euro within the next 12 18 months, arguing that lenders are unlikely to waive part of the country huge debt to make it sustainable.a write off of official debt is agreed upon quite unlikely, in our view we think a stalemate between Greece and its international creditors will eventually lead to a withdrawal of international support leaving Grexit as potentially the only available solution for Greece. Would most likely leave the euro in the first half of 2014, Citi said.The IMF said earlier this week it expected Greek debt to peak at 182% of GDP next year and fall to 153% of GDP in 2017 a much higher level than the 120% target the country is supposed to hit in 2020 under its bailout plan.Economists at UBS said on Friday Greece would need further debt relief from creditors including official lenders, after a restructuring agreed with private creditors helped cut the country debt by about 100 billion euros earlier this year.is an insolvent country and it needs another debt relief (plan), said Martin Lueck, European economist at UBS.
Against the spread: Steelers minus 2.5.BALTIMORE over CINCINNATI, Sunday at noonPoor Cincinnati. Already struggling a bit on offense, the Bengals lose AJ Green and Giovani Bernard for the season. Meanwhile, the Ravens are in a desperate situation in the AFC North and will have to win every game they’re supposed to win to have a chance to overtake the Steelers.