Will Greenwood selects his favourite five moments from the weekends rugby including a superb try from the restart for New Zealand and Noa Nakaitacis solo effort. Jason Demers Jersey . New Zealand extended their winning streak to 16 matches with their 36-17 win over Argentina in Buenos Aires. There may be some questions surrounding their second-half performance but they scored some superb tries in the first 40 minutes. The pick of them was right on the hooter when TJ Perenara finished off an amazing team try from Argentinas restart. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. Also on Wills radar was Dane Coles - most international sides would love to have the All Blacks hooker playing in the centre for them. With his pace and soft hands he would certainly not be out of his depth and showed some great ball skills in the changing room before the game in Buenos Aires. Nakaitaci scored a wonderful try for Clermont in their win over Castres and is also included in this weeks favourite five.Click on the video at the top of the page to see Will Greenwoods favourite moments from around the world of rugby.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Stuart Barnes talking points Team of the week Follow @SkySportsRugby Fixtures and results Jordan Oesterle Jersey . Both sides came closest to scoring in the first half, when Roma had a goal from Mattia Destro waved off for offside and Inters Rodrigo Palacio headed high. "A draw was a fair result. Neither squad had many chances," Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic said. Michael Grabner Jersey .com) - Jeff Teague finished with a game-high 26 points and eight assists as the Atlanta Hawks held off the Utah Jazz, 98-92, on Friday.The news broke on Tuesday that on May 28, Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino, along with 14 other retired NFL players, filed a class action concussion lawsuit against the NFL. I wrote about it here for TSN. The news also broke on Tuesday that Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino was withdrawing from his concussion lawsuit against the NFL. So why the change of heart? Probably a couple of reasons. First, Marino has reportedly been speaking with the CEO and President of the Dolphins Tom Garfinkel about joining the teams front office. Clearly, filing a lawsuit against the NFL would jeopardize his chances gaining employment with the Dolphins. The Dolphins, along with the rest of the NFL teams, will ultimately be responsible for paying out whatever money is owed to the players as a result of the concussion lawsuits. Having a plaintiff as an employee in that circumstance would be a bit awkward. So given Marinos ambitions to join the Dolphins in an executive position, the timing of the lawsuit was unusual. Before suing someone, the potential personal and professional impact of that lawsuit on the client is assessed annd discussed in great depth. Jakob Chychrun Jersey. In this case, the potential fallout was inescapable. The timing of the lawsuit was a surprise for another reason. In August 2013, the NFL announced that it had settled the over 220 concussion lawsuits involving nearly 5,000 former NFL players and their families. The league agreed to pay the players nearly a billion dollars in exchange for the players dropping their lawsuits. Before a settlement is finalized, however, the Court has to approve it. To date, it has rejected the settlement twice. Once approved, though, the settlement would bind every single retired NFL player as of the Court approval date. Since Marino retired on March 13, 2000, that would include him. So at this time, there was not a pressing need for Marino to sue the NFL. He was already covered by the potential NFL settlement. If for some reason he ends up being unhappy with the Court approved settlement (if and when that day comes), he could simply opt out of the settlement and file his own lawsuit. Every player will have that right to walk away from the Court approved settlement and file their own lawsuit. ' ' '