US military airstrike kills thirteen terrorists in Somalia US military strike kills three terrorists in Somalia A military drone. (Getty Images)The United States military said it killed three terrorists in an airstrike targeting an ISIS-Somalia encampment in the Golis Mountains in Somalia on Sunday.The US military says this is the sixth airstrike in the last month against ISIS-Somalia and Al-Shabaab in the Golis Mountains. The airstrikes in the area have so far killed a total of 28 terrorists.AFRICOM notes that the Golis Mountains are a known area for Al-Shabaab camps and ongoing fighting between Al-Shabaab and ISIS-Somalia.AFRICOM said no civilians were killed or injured in the latest airstrike but it would release more details as appropriate as a post-strike analysis continues.“Airstrikes create additional time and space for continued incremental progress in Somalia. The last few days presented opportunities to successfully reduce terrorist influence and activity,” U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Huston, deputy director of operations, U.S. Africa Command, said in a statement on AFRICOM’s website.Somalia has been plagued by terrorism for more than a decade, perpetrated by the Al-Shabaab militant group. The war waged by the terrorists has killed tens of thousands and forced millions to flee their homes.Related US military airstrike kills three terrorists in Somalia
Former Browns wide out Terrelle Pryor has unexpectedly hit the market, should the Browns take a look at him?The story of Terrelle Pryor and his time in the NFL has been an interesting one, as he has made a successful transition from quarterback to wide out, with his coming out as a receiver coming back in 2016 with the Browns.That season he caught 77 passes for 1007 yards and four scores, but the team and Pryor couldn’t come to a deal that following offseason, as he ended up with the Washington Redskins.After one down season in which he caught just 20 passes for the Skins, he inked a one-year, $4.5 million deal, which included a $1 million signing bonus, with the Jets in March.Now – he’s free to anyone.The Jets announced today that Pryor has been released, this despite catching a touchdown pass in each of the Jets’ past two games, and overall pulling in 14 receptions for 235 yards on the season.The reason for the release is due to a a tear in his groin and is expected to miss about two weeks of play. The Jets reportedly have interest in bringing Pryor back, but that doesn’t mean the Browns can’t steal him away first.Pryor would be a great asset to a wide out core that needs help in a big way, as last week it showed in the teams’ loss at home to the Chargers, where Damion Ratley led the team with six catches.So while names like Dez Bryant and Amari Cooper have been bantered about, Pryor might be a solid fit for the team and their wide out woes.The Browns have scored an AFC North low 128 points this season. Jets are releasing WR Terrelle Pryor today, per league source. Pryor has a tear in his groin and is expected to be out about two weeks. Jets interested in bringing him back when healthy, but other teams also likely to be interested.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 20, 2018 Matt Loede Related TopicsTerrelle Pryor Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.