KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) -- The Latest on a fatal traffic crash in Arizona involving a Dallas Cowboys bus (all times local):
Four people were killed when a Dallas Cowboys bus collided with a van in Arizona.
Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Quentin Mehr says all the fatalities in the Sunday crash were passengers in the van.
Mehr didn't say what led to the crash on U.S. Highway 93 in western Arizona.
Dallas Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple says the bus had no players, only staff members on board. They suffered "bumps and bruises."
According to the Department of Public Safety, the collision occurred about 30 miles north of the city of Kingman.
The bus was en route to Las Vegas for an afternoon fan event where organizers say the team's mascot was expected to appear.
A spokesman for the Dallas Cowboys says passengers on a team-owned bus escaped serious injury in a collision with another vehicle that killed at least one person in Arizona.
Team spokesman Rich Dalrymple says people on the bus suffered only "bumps and bruises" in the Sunday crash on U.S. Highway 93.
Dalrymple didn't say if any players or staff were onboard the bus.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the collision occurred about 30 miles north of the city of Kingman, in western Arizona.
The agency said it was a fatal crash but couldn't immediately confirm the number of people killed.
The bus was heading to an afternoon fan event in Las Vegas where organizers say the team's mascot was expected to appear.
A Dallas Cowboys bus that collided with another vehicle in Arizona, killing at least one person, was heading to Las Vegas.
Charles Cooper, manager of GameWorks entertainment center in Vegas, says a fan event with 50 to 75 fans was scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday.
He says people were already waiting when an organizer called and said the event would have to be canceled because of the crash.
Cooper says the team mascot was supposed to appear. He didn't know if any players were expected.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the collision occurred about 30 miles north of the city of Kingman on U.S. Highway 93.
A Dallas Cowboys bus collided with another vehicle on a highway in northwestern Arizona, and authorities say at least one person was killed.
Team spokesman Rich Dalrymple (DAHL'-rimp-ul) confirmed a Cowboys bus was one of two vehicles involved in a crash Sunday afternoon on U.S. 93. He didn't say if the bus was carrying players or if anyone was hurt.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the collision occurred about 30 miles north of the city of Kingman.
The agency couldn't immediately confirm the number of fatalities but said a medical examiner was en route.
At least one lane of the highway has been shut down. U.S. 93 is the main route between Phoenix and Las Vegas.
Former four-star cornerback J.C. Jackson will enroll at Maryland and be immediately eligible to play for the Terrapins in 2016, according to a report from 247Sports.com.
Coming out of the high school class of 2014, Jackson as the 21st-best player in the country at his position and the No. 243 overall player in the nation according to Rivals.com.
He signed with Florida and redshirted his freshman season. In April 2015, he was charged with three felony counts of armed robbery and another felony charge of burglary stemming from an alleged home invasion in Florida.
In Nov. 2015, Jackson was found not guilty on all four charges. He did not return to play for the Gators, instead transferring to Riverside CC (Calif.).
Maryland head coach DJ Durkin is the former defensive coordinator at Florida. He served on the program's staff from 2010-14.
Maryland is losing three starters in its secondary from 2015, with senior Will Likely being the only featured player returning. That lack of depth figures to give Jackson an opportunity to start in 2016.
Less than 90 minutes after their 10-6 loss to the San Diego Padres, the Nationals wasted no time in making a pair of roster moves to pave the way for the expected returns of first baseman Ryan Zimmerman and reliever Sammy Solis from the disabled list.
The two casualties were starter Lucas Giolito, who struggled earlier in the day in his third MLB appearance, and outfielder Michael Taylor, who went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the loss. Both were optioned to Triple-A Syracuse.
Zimmerman and Solis are expected to return to the Nationals on Tuesday when they play at the Cleveland Indians. The Nats are off Monday before they begin an 11-day, nine-game road trip with stops also in San Francisco and Arizona.
Zimmerman will rejoin the Nats after rehabbing from a left rib cage strain. He has been on the disabled list since July 7. He went 5-for-12 with a homer and five RBI in three minor league rehab games with the Single-A Potomac Nationals.
Solis has been on the DL since July 8 with right knee inflammation. He pitched two rehab games, one with Potomac and one with Single-A Hagerstown. Solis gave up one run on a homer in his two total innings of work.
Giolito goes back down to Triple-A after making one start with the Nats. He allowed four runs, two of them earned, in 3 2/3 innings against San Diego. Giolito has given up six earned runs in 11 total big league innings this season.
Taylor also returns to Syracuse. He was called up on July 8 when Zimmerman was placed on the DL. Taylor is hitting .222 with seven homers and 14 RBI in 66 games this season.
With Zimmerman back in the infield, Trea Turner is expected to be the odd man out. That could mean a return to the Nats' bench, or an experiment with him in center field. Turner began learning the position several weeks ago by playing six games at center in Triple-A. With Taylor now out of the mix, he could be at the very least the team's backup option at the position.
Whether they will start him there soon, though, is hard to tell.
"I got to get Zim back in the lineup. He’s a big part of our offense," manager Dusty Baker said. "We just got to try to find a place with Zim coming back, find a place for [Turner] to play."
"I did it in Syracuse and I'll do it here if they need me to," Turner said of playing center.
"It's something that I've embraced. It's something that I'll do if they need me to."
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