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    Getty Mac Jones #10 outplays former MVP QB Matt Ryan in Week 11. Heading into the 2021 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons––holding the No. 4 overall pick––had just one quarterback on their roster. So, naturally, it was presumed that the Falcons would elect to take Ryan’s successor with a pool of elite rookie quarterbacks to choose from. Instead, the Falcons went with “generational” tight end Kyle Pitts out of Florida. Did they make the right move? Longtime NFL Network journalist and radio host, Rich Eisen, of The Rich Eisen Show, believes Atlanta made the wrong choice turning to Pitts. “They should have chosen a quarterback or they should have traded back, Eisen said in a recent episode. “They shouldn’t have taken Pitts––that taking Pitts and not taking Mac Jones or Justin Fields or trading back and using all of that to get more draft –––is going to be something that we’ll be talking about for years to come.” Play Do the Atlanta Falcons Regret Not Drafting Matt Ryan’s Successor? | The Rich Eisen ShowRich Eisen and company...
    (CNN)Who are you?Yes, it's a deep existential question, but I would argue that it's one from which so much about us springs.We live in an era where there is much debate, discourse and division over identity politics.That's why I find the timing of some of the new entertainment releasing this week so timely and interesting. Three things to watch Read More'Passing' (From left) Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson star in "Passing."This film, adapted by writer-director Rebecca Hall from the famed 1929 novel of the same name by Nella Larsen, won raves at this year's Sundance Film Festival.Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga star as two Black women who can "pass" as White, with each of them choosing to live on opposite sides of the color line during the height of the Harlem Renaissance in late 1920s New York City. The former childhood friends are reunited via a chance encounter, and their lives both become more complicated as they intertwine.The story was all the more intriguing to me, given that my book club recently read "The Personal Librarian" by Marie Benedict and...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Some gifts, such as a candle or a bottle of wine, are great in the moment or for the short-term. Others make memorable keepsakes or are so personal they can’t be re-gifted. Here are some gifts that, besides amusing and delighting the receiver now, are meant to be cherished for years. CUSTOM CLUTCH: Newport, California, designer and boutique owner Talia Hancock sells hand-beaded clutch handbags that can be customized with letters and colors. If there’s a bride-to-be on your list who is changing her name, she might love a clutch with her maiden name on one side and her married name on the other. A new sorority pledge might impress her sisters with a clutch made with her school’s colors and the Greek letters. Or how about a clutch adorned with your kids’ names? “The sky’s the limit,” said Hancock. She prefers to facilitate orders through the “text to order” option on her TALIA Instagram account so she can have a dialogue with customers. Clutches are $198 for one-side customized, $238 for two-sided. CUSTOM DENIM JACKET:...
    A drunk driver who caused a 100mph 'chain reaction' crash on a California highway that killed a young mother while he was on his way home to Las Vegas from a party was convicted of second-degree murder.  Irving Abel Aguilar-Calixto, 25, was found guilty of second-degree murder in Orange County Superior Court on Tuesday for causing a series of crashes on Interstate 405 in August 2018 that killed 24-year-old Maria Osuna and injured five other people, including Osuna's infant baby.   Aguilar-Calixto, who lived in Nevada, had decided to drive 260 miles to Las Vegas after a night of drinking with his friends at an Airbnb in Anaheim. His blood-alcohol level was 0.20%, more than twice the legal limit of 0.08% in California, at the time of the crash.  Scroll Down For Video:  Irving Abel Aguilar-Calixto's wrecked Dodge Challenger following the deadly collision in 2018 Irving Abel Aguilar-Calixto, whose blood-alcohol level was reported to be 0.20% is captured laid out on the side of the road  First responders arrive to the scene of the 'chain reaction' collision on the  that...
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — The Celtics have been bad to start this season, and it seems like it’s just getting worse. READ MORE: Celtics Blow 19-Point Second Half Lead, Lose To Bulls, 128-114Boston hit a new low Monday night, dropping yet another home game as the team blew a 19-point, second-half lead to the Chicago Bulls at TD Garden. The 128-114 loss dropped the Celtics to 2-5 on the season, the team’s worst start since a 1-6 beginning to the dreadful 2006-07 season. The Celtics were outscored by 32 points over the final 13 minutes of the contest, as the offense came to a screeching halt in the fourth quarter. Boston shot under 22 percent for the final frame, hitting none of the eight threes the team attempted. Getting to the free throw line could have probably stooped the bleeding, but the C’s attempted just one freebie in the fourth. All of that led to an embarrassing 11-point quarter for Boston. Instead of a quality win over one of the league’s hottest teams, the Celtics are...
    By Jocelyn Noveck | Associated Press Rarely have the hues of black and white, cinematographically speaking, looked so beautifully lush as in “Passing,” the hugely impressive directorial debut of actor Rebecca Hall. But at its core, this film is about shades of gray. Which is to say, motivations, desires and ambitions are even more layered and textured than the visuals in this quietly compelling film, which takes place in Prohibition-era New York and explores ideas of race, identity and the toxic ripples of a painful lie. Adapted by Hall from the 1929 Nella Larsen novel of the same name, “Passing” looks at two sides of the racial divide through a pair of women, childhood friends who have a chance meeting years later. The women, played by the extraordinary duo of Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson, are Black, but they have made drastically different choices: One lives as Black, the other is “passing” as white. The tale is of deep significance to director Hall: her own American grandfather was Black but passed for many years as white, she says. She grew...
    Rarely have the hues of black and white, cinematographically speaking, looked so beautifully lush as in “Passing,” the hugely impressive directorial debut of actor Rebecca Hall. But at its core, this film is about shades of gray. Which is to say, motivations, desires and ambitions are even more layered and textured than the visuals in this quietly compelling film, which takes place in Prohibition-era New York and explores ideas of race, identity and the toxic ripples of a painful lie. Adapted by Hall from the 1929 Nella Larsen novel of the same name, “Passing” looks at two sides of the racial divide through a pair of women, childhood friends who have a chance meeting years later. The women, played by the extraordinary duo of Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson, are Black, but they have made drastically different choices: One lives as Black, the other is “passing” as white. The tale is of deep significance to director Hall: her own American grandfather was Black but passed for many years as white, she says. She grew up in Britain and...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The President’s big domestic agenda includes proposals for child care programs, universal pre-kindergarten, and an extension of the child tax credit.But it’s still not clear if Democrats have the votes to pass it. On the campaign trail, Joe Biden made a lot of promises. One of the biggest was free community college for all and free pre-kindergarten for every 3 and 4-year-old. READ MORE: Wild And Timberwolves Win Big Saturday, United TiesBut the President has had to scale back his proposals recently. Community college is now out, a casualty of drawn-out negotiations with his own party. Two senators, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, have forced the President to make some big cuts in order to get their support. READ MORE: Family Mourns 'Loving' And 'Gentle' St. Paul Man After Fatal Hit-And-RunThe Child Tax credit is also being scaled back. Since July millions of families have been getting checks of  $250 to $300 a month for each child in their household. Progressives want to make that permanent, but for now, it looks like it...
    Washington & Lee University (W&L) in Lexington, Virginia, told student members of the school’s College Republicans group to stop passing out flyers in favor of the state’s Republican gubernatorial candidate, Glenn Youngkin, according to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). “I was shocked when I found out that we couldn’t disseminate campaign materials on campus,” said the president of W&L’s College Republicans chapter, Lillian Gillespie. “I hope that publicizing this story gives students on both sides of the aisle more agency and liberty.” Washington & Lee University (Bob Travis/Flickr) Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin speaks with members of the press after voting early, Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021, in Fairfax, Va. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) A university administrator told the student group they could not advocate for candidates actively running for office, and incorrectly blamed the school’s tax-exempt status to justify the censorship, said FIRE. The organization is now calling on W&L “to immediately clarify that it will allow student groups to openly support political candidates.” The alleged move by W&L is bizarre, given that the College Republicans is a student organization...
    Republican students at Washington & Lee University in Virginia have been banned from displaying campaign material in support of GOP gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin, claiming lobbying for a politician violates the private university's policy and threatens its tax-exempt status. During an annual activities fair at the liberal arts school in Lexington on September 12, College Republicans President Lillian Gillespie displayed campaign materials at the club's booth in support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin in time for the November 2 elections, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education reported.  But soon after, members of the club were told by Director of Student Activities Kelsey Goodwin that their display violated the private university's policy and that they had to remove all materials endorsing political candidates.  The College Republicans were trying to drum up support for Youngkin, who was trailing Democrat Terry McAuliffe in August 47 percent to 42 percent but now the race is now tied at 46 percent, according to the latest poll by the Monmouth University Polling Institute.  College Republicans President Lillian Gillespie (pictured) has argued that students should be able to advocate for...
    (CBS Chicago) — The Green Bay Packers have once again jumped out to an early lead in the NFC North race. Aaron Rodgers is in his usual elite form leading a balanced Packers attack. Most recently they disposed of the Bears, who are still finding their way with Justin Fields. Elsewhere in the division, Kirk Cousins is making plays and generally giving the Minnesota Vikings a chance to win. Jared Goff, like the rest of the Detroit Lions, are stuck in football purgatory. Rolling into Week 7, the Packers face another favorable matchup, when the Washington Football Team comes to town. The Lions look for that elusive first win against the Rams in Los Angeles. And the Bears travel to Tampa Bay to face the defending Super Bowl Champion Buccaneers. The Vikings have a bye. READ MORE: 'Don't Be Shocked By Anything When These Two Teams Get Together': CBS Sports' Rick Neuheisel Previews LSU-#12 Ole Miss And 3 More GamesSportsLine‘s Larry Hartstein breaks down NFC North matchups in Week 7. All times listed are Eastern. Washington Football Team @ Green...
    A 17-year-old Florida teen was shot dead by police after pointing a 'military-style rifle' at officers who were responding to calls that the boy was targeting passing cars with what turned out to be a pellet gun, officials said.  Alexander King, 17, of Tarpon Springs, Florida, was fatally shot by police at 9.30pm on Saturday after witnesses called 911 about King waving a 'military-style rifle' at passing cars at the North Pinellas and Tarpon Avenues intersection in Tarpon Springs, Florida.  King - who had two felony arrests - raised his weapon at police when two officers arrived on the scene, according to Tarpon Springs Police Chief Jeffrey Young.  The Tarpon Springs High School student had posted the gun on his Instagram page on March 24, writing: 'New airsoft vietnam era M14. I absolutely love it.'  Alexander King, 17, was fatally shot by police after several witnesses called cops and reported the teen waving a military-style rifle at passing cars at the intersection of North Pinellas and Tarpon Avenues in Tarpon Springs, Florida, officials said King, a junior at Tarpon Springs...
    Texas State Reps. Mary Ann Perez (center) and Christina Morales (right) with Texas House Democratic Caucus members to discuss voting rights and the 56th anniversary of the Voting Rights ActTom Williams/CQ Roll Call/AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.It took Texas Republicans less than 30 days to pass redistricting maps for Congress and the state legislature that will help them retake the US House in 2022 and entrench control of state politics for the next decade. Meanwhile, it’s been 230 days since the House of Representatives passed federal legislation—the For the People Act—that would roll back the gerrymandering and voter suppression enacted by GOP-controlled states such as Texas, but the Senate has taken no action to protect voting rights while Republican-dominated states relentlessly undermine them. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has scheduled a vote on his party’s new voting rights bill, the Freedom to Vote Act, for Wednesday but there is still no plan for overcoming a GOP filibuster to pass it. To understand the high costs...
    Old-school Nintendo games wed like to see rebooted 21 Life Hacks From Warren Buffett That Anyone Can Use © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad It looks like Rashod Bateman‘s time has finally come. The Ravens’ first-round pick opened his first NFL regular season on the injured reserve list after having core muscle surgery, but has been practicing for the last couple of weeks and offensive coordinator Greg Roman said on Thursday that Bateman had a chance to be active for Sunday’s game against the Chargers. On Friday, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that he expects Bateman to play. The Ravens have ruled Sammy Watkins out with a hamstring injury, which opens up a spot in the lineup for the rookie. If he does make his debut, it would come less than a week after Lamar Jackson set a career high with 442 passing yards and the hope in Baltimore is that Bateman is part of continued improvement in the passing department. Ravens rule Sammy Watkins out, expect Rashod Bateman...
    Superstar Howie Mandel was reportedly rushed to the hospital Wednesday after he suddenly passed out while outside his local Starbucks in southern California. The 65-year-old comedian and TV personality was reportedly at the coffee joint with his wife Terry and some friends in Los Angeles when he reportedly lost consciousness, fell over and landed flat on the cement, TMZ reported. Howie Mandel passed out at a Starbucks and was taken to a hospital. https://t.co/udDsLtLuJS — TMZ (@TMZ) October 13, 2021 The “America’s Got Talent” judge was reportedly conscious and sitting up by the time LA paramedics arrived, the piece noted. He was then taken to a nearby hospital. (RELATED: Howie Mandel Apologizes) People magazine reported the superstar was reportedly undergoing tests for suspected low blood sugar while there. Mandel recently shared with fans that he had undergone an endoscopy and a colonoscopy, the outlet noted.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Howie Mandel (@howiemandel) “Colonoscopy,” he captioned the post. “Recovery audition.” His post on social media included video of him in a hospital bed...
    Howie Mandel was transported to a hospital in Los Angeles after he visited a local Starbucks with his wife and friends and ended up passing out, according to a report. Per TMZ, the "America’s Got Talent" judge, 65, fell over before he was placed on a cement bench when folks nearby called paramedics to the scene. After helped arrived, Mandel was alert but as a precaution was reportedly rushed to an area hospital. HOWIE MANDEL OPENS UP ABOUT LIVING WITH OCD AND ANXIETY, SAYS COMEDY HELPS HIM COPE The 'America’s Got Talent' judge is believed to have fainted due to low blood sugar. (Mike Windle/Getty Images) Reps for Mandel did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment while the Los Angeles Fire Department did not have a comment. ‘AGT’ JUDGE HOWIE MANDEL FEARS CORONAVIRUS, SAYS HE'S ‘NOT INHALING’ Meanwhile, TMZ reported that people at the coffee shop said Mandel frequented that specific location and were left puzzled as to what might have happened when Mandel went down seemingly out of nowhere. 'AGT' JUDGE HOWIE MANDEL CALLS MEDIC...
    More On: howie mandel Germaphobe Howie Mandel doesn’t want to end up like Howard Hughes Simon Cowell to be bedridden from spinal surgery for six more months Simon Cowell could soon return to ‘America’s Got Talent’: Howie Mandel How Hollywood’s biggest germaphobe, Howie Mandel, is currently coping Howie Mandel is on the mend after fainting at a local Starbucks. The “America’s Got Talent” judge lost consciousness at his local Woodland Hills outpost of the coffee chain on Wednesday while grabbing a cup of Joe with his wife and friends, TMZ reported. Mandel, 65, was laid out on a cement bench while the paramedics arrived. He was then rushed to a hospital in nearby Tarzana, Calif. In photos obtained by the outlet, Mandel was able to sit up on his own while receiving pretreatment from the Los Angeles Fire Department. A source told the outlet that doctors believe he passed out from low blood sugar, but tests are being run. The former “Deal or No Deal” host is known for his germaphobia and OCD and he told Page Six last...
    President BidenJoe BidenMajority of Americans concerned about cyberattacks on critical groups: poll Labor secretary says 194K jobs added in September was 'not the best number' Biden task force has reunited 52 families separated under Trump: report MORE on Monday called for the defeat of anti-LGBT bills in state legislatures and for Senate passage of the Equality Act to mark National Coming Out Day. “Despite the extraordinary progress our nation has made, our work to ensure the full promise of equality is not yet done,” the president said in a statement on Monday. “Anti-LGBTQ+ bills still proliferate in state legislatures. Bullying and harassment — particularly of young transgender Americans and LGBTQ+ people of color — still abounds, diminishing our national character.”  He called state legislation targeting the LGBT community “discriminatory.” Several bills have passed in states that are widely considered anti-LGBT and states such as Texas, Arkansas, and Tennessee have taken up measures that would place restrictions on transgender people. The Equality Act would prohibit discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. The House passed the measure largely along party...
    20 excellent art documentaries 9 Best Deals in Costco’s October Coupon Book The news continues to get worse for the 2-3 Seattle Seahawks as it pertains to star quarterback Russell Wilson and the injury to the middle finger on his throwing hand that sidelined him during Thursday's prime-time loss to the Los Angeles Rams.  © Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports Russell Wilson has already undergone surgery on his middle finger. It was learned earlier in the day that Wilson suffered a ruptured middle-finger tendon and would likely require surgery at some point. Since that time, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has reported that specialist Dr. Steven Shin already completed the procedure on the one-time Super Bowl champion.  "Wilson is expected to be out for roughly six weeks due to the complicated nature of the operation, which required screws to stabilize Wilson's finger," Rapoport added.  Assuming the timeline is accurate, Wilson will probably miss at least five games total: Matchups against the Pittsburgh Steelers (Oct. 17), New Orleans Saints (Oct. 25), Jacksonville Jaguars (Oct. 31), Green Bay Packers (Nov. 14), and Arizona...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Tonight at SoFi Stadium the Chargers installed a “Bolt Up” sign covered in pink where fans were encouraged to sign the name of someone they know who had, or currently is battling cancer. This initiative is part of the NFL’s “Crucial Catch” program to fight cancer through early detection and risk reduction. “People are really excited to see Breast Cancer Awareness here at SoFi Stadium,” said Silvia Constanza, a representative of the American Cancer Society. “People are wearing pink, we’re passing out ribbons, we’re passing out Cancer Information, bracelets and bandanas.” Coaches and players who are not in uniform are wearing special “Crucial Catch” shirts and sweatshirts.  More information on the campaign can be found on the NFL official website.
    HOUSTON (AP) — Trapper Pannell ran for a 4-yard touchdown to complete a fourth-quarter comeback and FCS top-ranked Sam Houston edged Stephen F. Austin 21-20 on Saturday. The Bearkats, playing without banged-up starting quarterback Eric Schmid, got a 26-yard TD pass from Keegan Shoemaker to Ife Adeyi then took advantage of a short field following a Lumberjacks punt from the end zone in driving for the go-ahead score. The Lumberjacks’ Chris Campos, who kicked a 49-yard field goal earlier, was wide right with a 51-yard try with 40 seconds remaining. At the end of the third quarter, Stephen F. Austin recovered a high snap at the Sam Houston 9 and Trae Self passed to Lawton Rikel for a TD on the next play to lead 20-6. Shoemaker, a transfer from Louisiana-Lafayette where he was Patriot League rookie of the year in 2019, was 16-of-29 passing for 222 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Self was 17 of 34 for 215 yards passing with two touchdowns and a pick. Xavier Gipson made nine catches for 100 yards and a...
    Chuck Cast: Where Are They Now? Bathroom Remodel Ideas on a $1,000 Budget or Less It's not every day that one of the greatest players ever gets to watch his own record be broken by another of the greatest players ever. But that's very likely going to happen on Sunday when Drew Brees watches Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the New England Patriots.  Brady needs just 68 yards to eclipse Brees' all-time NFL record of 80,358 passing yards, and it's hard to imagine he won't break that against the flailing Patriots. Brees, the recently-retired New Orleans Saints quarterback, is now an analyst with NBC Sports and will be on hand to watch Brady break his record.  Brees isn't in his feelings about it at all. In fact, he's happy. "I'm a firm believer that records are meant to be broken," Brees said on Tuesday via ESPN. Brees is more than happy. He actually wants Brady to break his record, and to get it done as early in the game as possible.  "I'd be all for Brady just...
    3 dead, 7 hospitalized: What caused fatal Amtrak derailment in Montana? Federal investigation underway After a Michigan doctor wrote about combative COVID-19 patients, most of them died © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad New Orleans’ defense has given New England’s offense fits, and the Saints lead 14-7 at halftime. It took until 11:34 in the second quarter for the Patriots to gain a first down, and when that happened running back James White ended up getting carted off with a hip injury. He was shortly after ruled out for the contest. Through 30 minutes, New England has just five first downs and is 2-of-8 on third down. Quarterback Mac Jones is 10-of-19 passing for 105 yards with an interception. The Patriots have just 21 rushing yards. On the other side, the Saints have made a clear effort to get the ball to running back Alvin Kamara, who has 16 touches. He has 54 yards on 13 carries plus 29 receiving yards on three catches with a touchdown. Quarterback Jameis Winston...
    An Illinois man in a passing car was wounded when gunmen opened fire on a Paterson street, authorities said. Police who converged on the area took 19-year-old Casmir Smith into custody shortly after 4:30 p.m. Saturday and charged him with aggravated assault and weapons offenses. He remained held Sunday in the Passaic County Jail. The 50-year-old victim from Oak Forest, IL was in a car on Presidential Boulevard approaching West Broadway when “multiple actors began shooting at unknown persons, with one of the bullets piercing the victim’s windshield and striking him,” Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Paterson Police Chief Ibrahim Baycora said in a joint release. He was taken to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center for treatment. Authorities withheld his identity. Police, meanwhile, nabbed Smith a short time earlier in the area of Broadway and Church Street.
    An Illinois man in a passing car was wounded when gunmen opened fire on a Paterson street, authorities said. Police who converged on the area took 19-year-old Casmir Smith into custody shortly after 4:30 p.m. Saturday and charged him with aggravated assault and weapons offenses. He remained held Sunday in the Passaic County Jail. The 50-year-old victim from Oak Forest, IL was in a car on Presidential Boulevard approaching West Broadway when “multiple actors began shooting at unknown persons, with one of the bullets piercing the victim’s windshield and striking him,” Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Paterson Police Chief Ibrahim Baycora said in a joint release. He was taken to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center for treatment. Authorities withheld his identity. Police, meanwhile, nabbed Smith a short time earlier in the area of Broadway and Church Street.
    A MAN has shocked doctors after he was able to pee out a number two and urinate from his bottom. The 33-year-old had sought help from medics after experiencing a range of painful symptoms. 3The image above shows a CT scan of the back of the man's prostate which is filled with gasCredit: Jam Press 3The image above shows a  VCUG (voiding cystourethrogram). This reveals the demonstrating evidence of a fistula on the urethra and rectumCredit: Jam Press His symptoms included passing a stool through his penis and leaking semen from his anus. A report in medical journal Cureus, found that he had a condition called fecaluria. This is when a ‘substantial amount’ of both urine and semen is passed through the anus and where you also urinate fecal matter. He was also found to have another condition called pneumaturia. This is when you pass gas in your urine. Experts led by Frank L. Ventura, a medical student at Internal Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch in Galvesto, Texas, US, revealed that the man had previously been in a coma....
    Former University of Hawaii standout and NFL quarterback Colt Brennan died of an accidental drug overdose, a new toxicology report revealed.  Brennan had fentanyl, methamphetamine, amphetamine and ethanol in his system when he died on May 11 at the age of 37 after being found unresponsive in a California hotel room, accodring to the report.  His father, Terry, told ESPN that his son had been treated at a rehabilitation clinic in the months prior to his death, before he 'ingested something laced with fentanyl and never regained consciousness.' 'He was really into [the treatment program],' Terry told ESPN following his son's death in May. Former University of Hawaii standout and NFL quarterback Colt Brennan, pictured, died of an accidental drug overdose, a new toxicology report revealed Pictured: Washington Redskins quarterback Colt Brennan (5) during a preseason game against the New York Jets at Giants Stadium. The Redskins beat the Jets 13-10 'It involved a lot of physical activity and he liked it. He was working with soldiers who had come back from Afghanistan and Iraq with similar problems.' 'He was...
    Notre Dame quarterback Jack Coan dominated Sunday night during a 41-38 win over Florida State. The Fighting Irish earned a massive overtime win to start their season, and the former Wisconsin star put up legit Heisman numbers during the win. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Notre Dame Football (@ndfootball) Coan finished the game with 366 passing yards and four touchdowns on 26/35 passing in his first ever game playing for Brian Kelly. I expected Coan to do very well this season, but I didn’t expect him to blow the door of its hinges like this in game one. Four touchdowns and 366 passing yards! That’s just an absurd stat line for his first game since 2019. A lot of people might have forgotten how great he was. Well, they’re going to remember now. He’s making damn sure of that. Jack Coan drop it in a BUCKET pic.twitter.com/k3x3UQpItO — Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 6, 2021 Meanwhile, Wisconsin ran Coan off...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Patriots fans caught a small glimpse of J.J. Taylor last season. This year, that figures to change. READ MORE: Crush Of College Students Returns To Boston As Rental Market Rebounds The undersized and elusive running back made the initial 53-man roster, surviving the end-of-summer cutdown day for the second straight season. Yet while he played a very small role on last year’s team — he ran the ball 23 times and caught one pass, while returning four kicks and one punt — he’s made some significant improvements that will allow him to be on the field a whole lot more in 2021. Longtime Patriots running backs coach Ivan Fears couldn’t hide his excitement when asked about the second-year back on Wednesday morning. “As a runner? As a runner, this son-of-a-gun, I’ll tell you what: He’s gonna cause some people some problems,” Fears said. “He’s little as [heck], and people kind of find it hard to find his butt. When he goes to the line, they can’t find him. So that makes it exciting...
    The ravages left by Hurricane Ida began to take hold on Sunday afternoon, where they were seen roads covered by floods, buildings destroyed and thousands of people cut off due to power failures in southeastern Louisiana. The storm surge made landfall in Port Fourchon, and it has begun to open a path of destruction and innumerable material losses through its advance by the state. A video in the town of Golden meadow, located approximately 20 miles north of Porth Fourchon showed destroyed buildings, with collapsed walls and vehicles being washed away by the hurricane. “We are receiving calls from people trapped in the rooftops and we are working to try to reach them”Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Timothy Soignet told The Weather Channel that they are trying to rescue as many people as possible. To carry out rescue work, managers have had to navigate the danger when navigating through downed power lines and debris between the strong storm surge to gain access to residents who called for help. “It is quite intense here”Soignet pointed out. Reports from the town of Grand...
    A heartbreaking video posted online Thursday showed Afghans handing a baby to military troops at the Kabul airport to escape the Taliban. Fox News obtained the somber footage depicting an adult handing a child off to a service member over a barbed fence at the Kabul airport, which is currently surrounded by Taliban militants. It is unclear in the video if the troops who accepted the child were American or an ally of the U.S.  AFGHANISTAN COLLAPSE: STATE DEPT SAYS 6,000 PEOPLE PROCESSED FOR EVACUATION AT KABUL AIRPORT The fence was crowded with people desperate to get into the airport and escape the country as the Taliban continues to consolidate power. The shocking scene took place as the fallout of Biden administration's bungled troop withdrawal continues to unfold in Afghanistan. Thousands of Americans are trapped in Kabul and the Biden administration is continuing to work to get them out. The State Department said on Thursday that 6,000 Americans have been processed for evacuation. Two thousand Americans were evacuated in the last 24 hours, per the Pentagon. "Since Aug. 14 we’ve...
    Charlie Daniels’ loved ones are still feeling the great loss of the country music icon. The singer passed away in 2020 after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke at age 83. "We were shocked," Daniels’ manager David Corlew told People magazine on Thursday. "Some of us are still in shock. None of us really believe that we’re going to live forever. But because of Charlie’s energy level and his attitude towards work, we didn’t see his passing coming. We were just waiting out the COVID. If Charlie was still with us, we’d have 300 dates on the books. Of all the parts of his career, entertaining people is what he loved the most." According to the outlet, Corlew was planning the 2020 Volunteer Jam before the coronavirus pandemic impacted the globe. At the time, Daniels was eager to headline the show set for Sept. 15, 2020, in Nashville, "a job he enjoyed for decades." The star called the Nashville area home since 1967. CHARLIE DANIELS: I BELIEVE THE AMERICAN DREAM IS STILL ALIVE, I LIVE IT EVERY DAY Charlie Daniels...
    Three brothers died after passing out in a manure pit at their family's livestock farm in Ohio. Tim Leedy/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images Three brothers — Gary, Todd, and Brad Wuebker — were fixing a pipe in a manure pit in Ohio. First responders found the brothers unconscious in the pit. All three men died at local hospitals. Manure pits, used on livestock farms to contain large amounts of animal waste for fertilizer, are known to produce toxic fumes. 10 Things in Politics: The latest in politics & the economy Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Three brothers working on a farm in Ohio died after passing out in a manure pit from fumes. Local news site Hometown Stations first reported that the three men — Gary, Todd, and Brad Wuebker — were fixing a pump inside a manure storage pit at their family's livestock farm in the village...
    ST. HENRY, Ohio (AP) — Three brothers who were trapped in a manure pit on their livestock farm after being overcome by fumes have died, authorities said. Rescue crews found the men unconscious and unable to move in the pit Tuesday afternoon. They were fixing a manure pump before they passed out from the fumes, said St. Henry Fire Chief Matt Lefeld. READ MORE: Barrel And Flow Fest Requiring COVID-19 Vaccines Or Negative Test Authorities identified the victims as Gary, Todd and Brad Wuebker. All three were taken to area hospitals and later pronounced dead. READ MORE: Number Of Children Admitted To UPMC Childrens Hospital With COVID-19 Continues To Rise Manure pits are common on large livestock farms and are used to store waste before it is used as fertilizer on fields. But the pits can produce dangerous gases including hydrogen sulfide, methane, carbon monoxide and ammonia. Some of those gases can lead to headaches, dizziness, breathing trouble and deaths, according to the Ohio State University Extension. MORE NEWS: Doctors Concerned About Kids Missing Their Routine Vaccinations (Copyright 2020 The...
    ST. HENRY, Ohio (AP) — Three brothers who were trapped in a manure pit on their livestock farm after being overcome by fumes have died, authorities said. Rescue crews found the men unconscious and unable to move in the pit Tuesday afternoon. They were fixing a manure pump before they passed out from the fumes, said St. Henry Fire Chief Matt Lefeld. Authorities identified the victims as Gary, Todd and Brad Wuebker. All three were taken to area hospitals and later pronounced dead. Manure pits are common on large livestock farms and are used to store waste before it is used as fertilizer on fields. But the pits can produce dangerous gases including hydrogen sulfide, methane, carbon monoxide and ammonia. Some of those gases can lead to headaches, dizziness, breathing trouble and deaths, according to the Ohio State University Extension. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Osama bin Laden's final days were marked by rage and frustration because he 'could not stand being out of the spotlight' as the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks approached, a new book reveals.  Details of the Al-Qaeda leader's life are laid bare in The Rise and Fall of Osama bin Laden, by journalist and CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen, published by Simon & Schuster on Tuesday.  The biography reveals that a decade after the devastating 9/11 attacks, bin Laden felt he was being 'ignored' while holed up at his compound in Pakistan in 2011, a feeling which 'gnawed more than anything.'  With the Arab Spring roiling the Middle East - which Al-Qaeda had no role in - the terrorist leader felt that 'history was passing him by.'  He began to be consumed by paranoia, at one point asking one of his wives when she last visited the dentist fearing a tracking chip had been put into her mouth. He also micromanaged the affairs of Al-Qaeda, even writing up a 10-page memo that detailed how many palm olive trees should...
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