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(CNN)After nearly six long months away, the NFL is back.

The 2022 season's preseason began on Thursday with the typical curtain raiser at the Hall of Fame game, signaling the beginning of another season of drama, excitement and the highest level of skill imaginable. And it was the perfect start to life in a new home for Josh McDaniels, the Las Vegas Raiders' new head coach who joined in January after a long, trophy-laden spell with the New England Patriots.
    His Raiders thumped the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-11, spoiling first-year Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson's debut game at the helm.
      It was a homecoming win for Jacksonville native McDaniels, who was returning to the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium where he once played for Canton McKinley High School, patrolling the sidelines he watched his father, Thom McDaniels, coach on for nearly two decades.Read MoreJosh McDaniels looks on during the first half against the Jacksonville Jaguars."Very grateful that I had (the chance)," McDaniels said afterwards. "It's the first time I've been in this Hall of Fame Game in 22 years. To have an opportunity to do that with him here and my family and plenty of people that helped me along the way, I think it was a special night for them. "You never know if you'll get this opportunity again. I really savored it. It was a good opportunity for all of us, and I think we all enjoyed it."
        In a game without most of both teams' starters -- Raiders quarterback Derek Carr and star wide receiver Davante Adams sat out while the Jaguars released a list of 21 players who wouldn't be playing including second year quarterback, Trevor Lawrence -- it was up to the more fringe players to step up. And like many preseason games without the star players, it wasn't the most polished affair. Snoop Conner is tackled by Kendal Vickers, Andrew Billings and Tashawn Bower. No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft Travon Walker was called for a roughing-the-passer penalty against Raiders backup quarterback Jarrett Stidham on the very first play from scrimmage. Walker did display why he was picked first though as he picked up a sack later in the game. There were opportunities for players to flash though, as rookie running-back Zamir White showed, rushing for 52 yards and adding 23 more through the air. And it was the Raiders' rushing attack which really tore through the Jaguars defense, finishing the game with 159 yards total rushing and three rushing touchdowns; one each from Stidham, Austin Walter and Ameer Abdullah. Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson was perfect from the field too, adding two field goals and three extra-points. Jaguars running-back Nathan Cottrell scored his team's only touchdown of the evening, catching a pass from Kyle Sloter in the endzone. Josh Thompson extends to convert a third down as he is forced out of bounds by Sam Webb during the first half. After the game, Pederson praised the effort of his team which was missing many of its starters.
          "I thought overall the effort was really good," Pederson said. "We just have to clean up. There were too many little mistakes."He added: "We made sure everybody played in this game. As we move forward, it will be a little more the starters and guys we think will be on the 53(-player roster) as we go."

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          Emma Corrin wraps up in a pinstriped jumper and cosy gilet while carrying a box of cupcakes ahead of their first performance in West End play Orlando

          Emma Corin kept their look low key on Saturday while preparing to take to the stage of West End production Orlando later in the evening.

          The Crown actor, 26 - who identifies as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns - wrapped up warm for the appearance in a pinstripe jumper and borg material gilet.

          Clad with a box of cupcakes for the trip, the Golden Globe winner was joined by a black pup while heading inside the capital's Garrick Theatre.

          Layering: Emma Corrin wrapped up in a pinstriped jumper and cosy gilet on Saturday while carrying a box of cupcakes ahead of their first performance in West End play Orlando

          The sweater and gilet combo was teamed with a pair of dark, straight leg trousers and Adidas Giselle trainers in a sky blue.

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          Sporting round-framed sunglasses, Emma appeared to be preparing for their stage debut in the play later in the evening.

          The thespian joins Olivier Award winner Deborah Findlay for the Neil Bartlett production, which kicks off Saturday 26 November 2022 and runs until Saturday 25 February 2023.

          They were snapped on Friday outside the theatre while taking part in a final day of rehearsals ahead of the show. 

          Almost show time! Sporting round-framed sunglasses, Emma appeared to be preparing for their stage debut in the play later in the evening

          Final rehearsals: They were snapped on Friday outside of the theatre while taking part in a final day of rehearsals ahead of the show 

          Emma swapped preferred pronouns from 'she/her' to 'they/them' in 2021 and has spoken out about the issue several times since.

          In a new interview with The Telegraph, they said: 'I'm definitely fortunate that I'm dealing with this now and not 10 years ago. I know a lot of gay actors who took a long time to come out because they were worried about that, but I didn't think about it.' 

          Emma added: 'I don't mind if people get my pronouns wrong, that's fine. 

          'Just try, and I'll correct you where necessary and gradually we take steps forward. It's not going to happen overnight.' 

          Pronouns: Emma swapped preferred pronouns from 'she/her' to 'they/them' in 2021 and has spoken out about the issue several times since 

          Opening up: In a new interview with The Telegraph , they said: 'I'm definitely fortunate that I'm dealing with this now and not 10 years ago

          It comes after earlier this week Emma said they hope awards ceremonies such as Oscars and BAFTAs introduce gender neutral categories.

          Emma insisted in a new interview that the awards, in their current formats, aren't 'inclusive enough' and said the change they hope for, would enable everyone to feel 'acknowledged and represented.'

          Emma said better representation within roles in the entertainment industry is needed to encourage 'an urgency' around addressing the subject.

          Having their say: Emma swapped preferred pronouns from 'she/her' to 'they/them' in 2021 and has spoken out about the issue several times since

          Emma has won a Golden Globe award for best actress for their performance as Princess Diana in series four of the hit Netflix drama, and is starring in two high profile films this year, My Policeman and Lady Chatterley's Lover.

          Speaking to the BBC's Today Programme about the possibility of gender neutral categories at major awards shows, Emma said: 'I hope for a future in which that happens.

          'I don't think the categories are inclusive enough at the moment. It's about everyone being able to feel acknowledged and represented.'

          Emma added that more representation was needed within roles in the entertainment industry to encourage 'more of an urgency' around addressing the subject.

          Role: Emma is currently preparing to take to the stage in an adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel Orlando, which was published in 1928 and explores gender identity (pictured in rehearsals)

          The Crown star asked: 'When it comes to categories, do we need to make it specific as to whether you're being nominated for a female role or a male role?

          'You can discuss awards and the representation there, but really the conversation needs to be about having more representation in the material itself, in the content that we are seeing for non-binary people, for queer people, for trans people, because then I think that will change a lot.

          'When those parts come up, meaning more people and more actors are playing those roles then I think there will be more of an urgency with which these questions will be addressed.'

          Emma has identified as non-binary publicly since 2021, and has shared their journey with their gender identity publicly on social media.

          Busy: Emma has won a Golden Globe award for best actress for their performance as Princess Diana in series four of the hit Netflix drama, and is starring in two high profile films this year, My Policeman and Lady Chatterley's Lover (pictured)

          The thespian told The Today Programme: 'Your gender identity is so much to do with how you feel and it ties into so much of how you want to be seen or are seen by people and that can be very triggering or can make you uncomfortable if you don't feel you are being seen honestly or correctly.

          'I think that it was necessary for me to be open and honest about it because otherwise I would have felt I was being perceived wrongly.'

          The film star added that they did not worry that being open about their gender identity would limit the kind of roles they got offered in the future.

          Emma explained: 'I would never sacrifice integrity or honesty because of work that I may or may not get,' they said.

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