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A 2-year-old boy was discovered by himself Wednesday near the railroad tracks in Ukiah, and nearby the child’s younger brother was found dead, the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office said.

The two had been reported missing earlier that afternoon by a parent. The man who had reportedly been left in charge of them could not be found.

The first indication that the children were in trouble was a call to the sheriff’s office at 4:50 a.m. Wednesday by a passer-by who was concerned about a man walking with two small children on Ukiah’s main commercial strip. Deputies who went to the area couldn’t find the three.

Several hours later, at 1:20 p.m. Wednesday, the call came from the parent that their sons, ages 2 and 1, were missing after being left in the care of a man at a Ukiah motel.

As deputies were searching for the three, a call came in around 4 p.m. from a person who had found a child alone and “in distress” by the railroad tracks about three-quarters of a mile from the area of the pre-dawn sighting. The boy was apparently suffering from heat-related symptoms and was taken to a hospital.

At 4:20 p.m., a search of the area turned up the body of the younger boy.

The sheriff’s office put out the photos and description of the man from the motel as a person of interest in the case.

On Thursday afternoon, a Hopland tribal member called the sheriff to report that the man was on the tribal rancheria, about 20 miles from Ukiah. He was detained and booked into Mendocino County Jail on suspicion of murder.

The suspect, a 32-year-old Ukiah man, is not the boys’ father, a sheriff’s spokesman said.

The boy’s cause of death had not been determined; an autopsy was scheduled for Friday.

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Getty Las Vegas Raiders WR Davante Adams.

It hasn’t taken long for Davante Adams to show the Las Vegas Raiders just how dominant he is. He’s widely regarded as the best wide receiver in the NFL and that shouldn’t change despite him playing for a new team this season. Adams is so good that he frequently embarrasses even the best defensive backs.

Second-year Raiders cornerback Nate Hobbs learned that the hard way at training camp. A video appeared online of Adams’ break off the line of scrimmage being so quick that Hobbs just froze and got beat badly.

[email protected] says @tae15adams “is the best route runner in the league” ????

You agree?

(via @raiders)

— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) August 7, 2022

Hobbs is one of the Raiders’ best cornerbacks so this wasn’t the best look for him. The video was never actually supposed to see the light of day. Adams revealed that he sent the video to former NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver Chad Johnson for teaching purposes and he wasn’t supposed to post it online. He also praised Hobbs as one of the “best young” defensive backs he’s been around.

This was supposed to be strictly for Chad given he asked for teach tape. He struggled to contain his enthusiasm which is why this clip is on social media. Never wanna put my teammates out there like that…Nate is one of the best young DB’s I’ve been around.

— Davante Adams (@tae15adams) August 7, 2022

One bad training camp play shouldn’t change opinions on Hobbs. He could be one of the Raiders’ most important players this season. Adams is on another level right now but most cornerbacks struggle to cover him.

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Adams Hype out of Control

Adams is quickly becoming one of the most hyped Raiders players in team history. The team hasn’t won a playoff game since 2002 and the fan base is desperate to turn things around. Adams can certainly help make that happen. Raiders fans have quickly adopted the wide receiver as a member of the team and the hype is getting out of control.

According to the NFL Player Association, Adams is the seventh-highest selling jersey in the entire league. He’s sold more jerseys than superstar quarterbacks like Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes. The fact that he’s sold so many jerseys is a testament to how popular he’s already gotten among the Raiders fan base.

Adams Repped Cliff Branch Shirt at Preseason Game

One of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history finally got inducted into the Hall of Fame recently. Cliff Branch was a player who many couldn’t understand why he wasn’t in the Hall of Fame. He was a three-time Super Bowl champion, a four-time Pro Bowler and one of the greatest deep threats the NFL ever saw.

The legendary wide receiver died in 2019 so he wasn’t alive to attend his Hall of Fame induction ceremony. That didn’t stop many from celebrating Branch. Adams was one of the many people to show his support by repping a Branch shirt during warmups ahead of the Raiders’ first preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Davante Adams is representing 2022 @ProFootballHOF inductee Cliff Branch in warmups. ????????#NFL | #RaiderNation

— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) August 4, 2022

Adams grew up a fan of the Raiders so he should be quite familiar with Branch. He’s one of the players that Adams should be chasing. It was long overdue but Branch is finally where he belongs in the Hall of Fame. Upon his retirement, Branch’s 1,289 playoff receiving yards were the most in NFL history. He played his best football in the most important games and that’s what the Raiders are hoping to get from Adams.

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