Press Association Hanrahan brought his side back to within a point but hooker De Marchi surprisingly popped up on the end of a flowing move and outpaced Munster full-back Hurley to score. Half-time substitute James Downey quickly won a penalty from which Hanrahan cut the deficit and it sparked a dramatic second-half comeback. Butler’s try and Hanrahan’s conversion put Munster 19-18 up, before Stander’s try extended their cushion. Filippo Ferrarini wasted a three-on-one chance to bring Zebre back into the game and replacement fly-half Keatley converted his own try to round off Munster’s win Zebre went in at half-time 18-9 ahead after tries from Luciano Orquera and Andrea De Marchi but tries Paddy Butler, Denis Hurley, CJ Stander and Ian Keatley helped Munster to the win. Two JJ Hanrahan penalties gave Munster an early lead but Orquera halved the deficit and then crossed for the opening try after catching Munster off guard with a quick tap penalty. A second-half resurgence from Munster denied Zebre their first ever win in the RaboDirect Pro12 as the Irish province recorded a 43-21 victory.
NFL free agency news: Le’Veon Bell bound for Jets He may not regret sitting out, but he missed not being on the gridiron even though it may have done him some good.”It sucked not having to playing football,” he said. “Resting and letting my body heal…. this is the best I’ve literally ever felt in my life.” Le’Veon Bell on regrets on sitting out the year: “The decision I made… I don’t regret anything that happened. Who can I say if I played on a franchise tag, if I do get hurt, do I sit hear with the NY Jets with a beautiful deal?”— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) March 14, 2019Bell opted to not play on the franchise tag with the Steelers after the team tendered him for the second straight year.He officially signed a four-year, $52.5 million deal with the Jets on Thursday. Related News Le’Veon Bell has no reservations about skipping the 2018 season with the Steelers.”The decision I made… I don’t regret anything that happened,” he said on a conference call, via the NY Daily News. “Who can say if I played on a franchise tag, if I do get hurt, do I sit here with the New York Jets with a beautiful deal?” Le’Veon Bell: “It sucked not having to playing football… Resting and letting my body heal…. this is the best I’ve literally ever felt in my life.”— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) March 14, 2019The 27-year-old running back also expressed his appreciation for fans in Pittsburgh.”Steeler Nation and the fans have done so much for me,” he said. “I wish those guys the best.”Le’Veon Bell on the Steelers drama: “Steeler Nation and the fans have done so much for me. I wish those guys the best.”— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) March 14, 2019