Daily Archives: November 18, 2021

Jets fans slam NFL analysts for passing over Zach Wilson in the QB re-draft. Let’s get this party started. We’re already seeing rookie quarterback re-drafts left and right after only ten weeks in the NFL. I’d like to state right away that it’s important not to put too much faith in hot takes like these, which often involve a lot of hindsight and a lack of bravery on the part of analysts who were bullish on the exact same prospects months before. Similar two-win records for the New York Jets and Jacksonville Jaguars have failed to provide the sense of…

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Tarik Cohen, a running back for the Chicago Bears, speaks out about his knee injury and recovery. Tarik Cohen, the Chicago Bears’ running back, hasn’t spoken to the media about his recovery from a torn ACL he suffered in Week 3 of the 2020 season. Cohen has been on the physically unable to perform list for the entire season, and all indications are that he will not play at all this year. Cohen was still noticeably favoring his surgically repaired knee in early October, according to Brad Biggs of The Chicago Tribune, and he may not return until 2022. On…

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Heat’s 41-year-old power forward silences critics: No More “Mascot” The Miami Heat’s front office has been chastised for keeping power forward Udonis Haslem on the active roster so long after he has passed his prime. Many fans believe the 41-year-old veteran is a waste of a roster spot because he rarely plays, or that he is nothing more than a well-paid “mascot.” Haslem, on the other hand, is flipping the script when no one expects it. Sure, Haslem is the NBA’s oldest active player, currently in his 19th (!) season, but he can still play. Join the Nokia Newson Heat…

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‘Something Special,’ says Eagles’ All-Pro. During his decade-long tenure with the Philadelphia Eagles, Fletcher Cox has been a part of some memorable squads. People’s ears perk up when he says this year’s team – the one that was supposed to be rebuilding – has “a chance to do something special.” That nugget came from the Super Bowl champion tackle while discussing the Eagles’ thriving new offense. After committing to running the football, they’ve won two of their last three games. Cox and his defensive teammates were able to relax on the bench as a result of this. Over the last…

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Nicole Franzel reveals she had COVID-19 symptoms for a month before she was diagnosed. Nicole Franzel, the winner of Big Brother 18′′, shared her family’s experience with COVID-19 on her Instagram story on November 15th. Nicole had previously expressed her illness on social media, but this was the first time she revealed that she and her husband, fellow “Big Brother” alum Victor Arroyo, had both tested positive for COVID-19. She also revealed that she and her parents had been sick for the past month. Nicole claims to be feeling better, but Victor is “10x” sicker than she is. Victor “Arrow”…

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Former Nets All-Star Chris Paul explains why he is ‘jealous’ of him. The Brooklyn Nets’ big three of Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie Irving are currently the center of attention. This isn’t the Nets’ first attempt at putting together a super team. The Nets had a star-studded team when they first arrived in Brooklyn in 2012, with All-Stars Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Joe Johnson, and Deron Williams among them. While the Nets’ core four had limited success, they were still one of the best groups of players to ever grace an NBA court. Join the Nokia Newson Nets newsletter…

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Judge Dismisses MSNBC’s James Morrison and Irene Byon The man accused of following a bus full of jurors was identified as James Morrison by the judge presiding over the Kyle Rittenhouse trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. According to NBC, he is a freelancer and that the incident was misinterpreted. Morrison’s name was released in court on November 18, 2021, by Kenosha County Judge Bruce Schroeder, who referred to him as James Morrison, despite the fact that he is also known as Jamie Morrison. Morrison claimed that his supervisor was Irene Byon, who works for MSNBC in New York, according to Schroeder.…

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A versatile offensive lineman has joined the Atlanta Falcons. The Atlanta Falcons have brought in a versatile offensive lineman. The Atlanta Falcons added depth to their shaky offensive line by signing offensive tackleguard Rick Leonard to their practice squad on Wednesday, according to his NFL agent Brett Tessler. The Atlanta Falcons recently added Rick Leonard (OTG, FSU) to their practice squad. The former fourth-round pick of the New Orleans Saints spent last season and the preseason with the Washington Football Team before being injured. Brett Tessler (@TesslerSports) on November 17th, 2021. The Falcons made this move after the release of…

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Mark Andrews of the Ravens praises ‘Offensive Genius’ Greg Roman. Ravens’ Mark Andrews praises Greg Roman, the ‘Offensive Genius.’ Baltimore Ravens fans (and quarterback Philip Rivers) have been slamming offensive coordinator Greg Roman after a season-worst offensive performance against the Miami Dolphins last week, but tight end Mark Andrews spoke out in support of Roman during his press conference yesterday. Roman, who was the Ravens’ tight ends coach when he was drafted in 2018, is an offensive genius, according to Andrews. Roman has thrived since being promoted to offensive coordinator in 2019, scoring 21 touchdowns in the last three seasons,…

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According to reports, Barcelona has already begun negotiations on two summer signings. According to the report, Barcelona is already working on two summer acquisitions. Barcelona and new coach Xavi are busy preparing for the summer 2022 transfer window, when the club’s financial situation is expected to improve, and have already identified two targets. Mateu Alemany, the director of football at the Catalan giants, has stated that due to financial constraints, the club will not be able to sign new players in January 2022, but that the club will be in a better financial position by the end of the season.…

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