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    Getty New York Jets fans celebrate a selection at the 2022 NFL draft. New York Jets minicamp feels different this spring. Last offseason, it was all about the offense as Zach Wilson, Elijah Moore and Michael Carter stole the majority of the hype at practice but 2022 has been a battle. The daily theme seems to be phrases like back-and-forth, give-and-take, and iron sharpening iron. Wilson and the offense have had a few really comfortable days and a few really rocky ones — and that just goes to show that this roster is more balanced in year two under head coach Robert Saleh. The defense was not as good as fans expected it to be in 2021. It finished dead last in the end-of-year rankings and the offense wasn’t much better. Now, there’s more ebb and flow, and day two of minicamp was the perfect example of that. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Wilson’s Hot Start Is Dampened by ‘Sauce’ Play "I...
    BED-STUY, Brooklyn (WABC) -- The NYPD's Hate Crimes Unit is investigating an attack on a Jewish man in Brooklyn.Police say the suspect told an 18-year-old man in traditional Jewish clothing that he is 'going to get rid of all you Jews.'It happened around 6:15 a.m. Thursday in Bed-Stuy.The man then tried to punch the victim, but he missed and pushed him to the ground.The victim was not physically injured.ALSO READ: Onlookers urged police to charge into TX school: 'Go in there!'EMBED More News Videos Video shows parents begging police officers to charge into the Texas elementary school where a gunman's rampage killed 19 children and two teachers. ----------* More Brooklyn news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    Tucker Carlson has hit back at former Fox News colleague Carl Cameron for recent comments saying the host should be be jailed or 'end up in something worse,' for his show’s content. '“Maybe wind up in jail or maybe something worse”' Carlson said Monday, quoting comment made by the former reporter over the weekend to CNN's Jim Acosta, which criticized the host for spreading false and potentially harmful material. 'What’s "something worse?"' Carlson, 53, asked his audience, after airing a clip of the remarks from former reporter Cameron. 'We’re not sure what “something worse” is - but it certainly feels like we’re moving toward it at a very high speed at this point,' Carlson seemed to warn, before ominously adding, 'That’s the end point to talk like that - "something worse."' Carlson - who has come under fire for comments that leftist critics say support 'The Great Replacement theory, a racist ideology that allegedly inspired the accused Buffalo mass shooter and New Zealand Mosque killer - went on to criticize the left for what trying to push a narrative that he is racist.  ...
    Tucker Carlson fired back Monday after his former Fox News colleague, Carl Cameron, said he could be jailed “or worse” for his show’s content. Carl Cameron, who left the network in 2017, has been highly critical of the network’s number one rated host in recent days. The former reporter, who was a staple of Fox’s political coverage for years, joined CNN’s Jim Acosta Saturday, where he claimed Carlson’s show can lead to violence. “Do you think the Murdoch family in charge of Fox will ever pull the plug on Tucker?” Acosta asked him. Cameron, who blames Fox News for the racially-motivated mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, called for a campaign to de-platform people such as Carlson. “In this particular case, Tucker has been screaming fire in a crowded movie house for years, and that cliche really comes to the matter of what is free speech, and the fact of the matter is, if you disturb the peace by starting a riot in a movie theater, cops are going to arrest you and you might end up in jail or...
    Kanye West's new head of media and partnerships Jason Lee has denied a new claim being made about the controversial rap star. In a report that ran this Friday, a source told Page Six that Kanye, 44, had told his estranged wife Kim Kardashian that he would stop lambasting her on social media and was 'going away to get help.' However Jason, who hosts Hollywood Unlocked, has told Yahoo that the claim Kanye had such a talk with Kim is 'simply untrue.' Side by side: Kanye West's (left) new head of media and partnerships Jason Lee (right) has denied a new claim being made about the controversial rap star 'Ye monitors all headlines pertaining to him and his family daily. Most all are being fed to media by 'sources close to the Kardashians,' which have been creating a false narrative that not only is untrue but further compromises his goal of creating a healthy environment for the beautiful children he shares with Kim,' Jason claimed. 'He's been focused on taking care of himself, being a present and loving father and a creative genius...
    Kanye West has for months been lashing out at his estranged wife Kim Kardashian on social media for her parenting skills and choice to date SNL comedian Pete Davidson. And on Friday a source told PageSix that the 44-year-old rapper, who goes by Ye now, has told his ex that he will no longer make negative comments about her on social media and he is also 'going away to get help.' The two seem to have been on better terms as on Sunday they were seen talking at their son Saint's game in Los Angeles. He may be getting help: Kanye West told Kim Kardashian that 'he's going away to get help' for his anger issues, according to PageSix; seen in 2020 Together Kim and Kanye co-parent North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, four and Psalm, two.  DailyMail.com has contacted Kim's rep for comment.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Kim Kardashian is shutting down KKW Fragrance after five... 'New home, next level': The Kardashians unveil a fresh... 'You couldn't write this stuff if it was...
    Madison Summers May 7, 2021 0 Comments Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has a message for President Joe Biden. Speaking to Axios’ Jonathan Swan on “Axios on HBO,” the Vermont senator declared, “I’m not going to get everything I want. Biden’s not going to get everything he wants.” Talking about student debt, Swan said Sanders could potentially “make life more difficult” for Biden. Swan also noted Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) previously said she would not support Biden’s nominees unless he appoints more Asian Americans. Sanders, however, said that he and 49 other senators could then do that, but it would create “chaos.” Watch the video below: The full interview is scheduled to air on Sunday evening. Last month, Sanders and Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) introduced a bill, College for All Act, to “make the most substantial federal investment in higher education in the modern history of the United States,” per the press release on April 21. “The College for All Act will end the debt spiral in which too many working families find themselves,” the press release...
    Turkish super middleweight, Avni Yildirim, has the chance to beat P4P king Canelo Alvarez and become the WBC and WBA champion on February 27. The two are slated to lock horns in a main-event clash, promoted by Matchroom Boxing. However, Tony Bellew doesn’t see ‘Mr. Robot’ overpower the Mexican giant. According to the former British boxer, Canelo Alvarez will bag a lopsided win against Yildirim, before the WBO 168 lbs champion Billy Joe Saunders enters the ride. Speaking on Talk The Talk, Bellew shared his opinion on the upcoming super middleweight fight and akin to most of the fans, he billed his favor for Alvarez. “The first thing is Yildirim is at absolutely at it, he is going to get tanked. And tanked like you haven’t seen before because Canelo is just a beast and when you are competing at the levels. Yildirim is getting tanked, as simple as that, and then the minute the tanking ends, Billy Joe is going to get in,” said Tony Bellew. Read More | Everything You Need to Know About Josh Warrington’s...
    Former world champion Keith Thurman believes Manny Pacquiao shouldn’t belittle Errol Spence Jr. if they ever decide to collide inside the ring. Pacquiao, 42, hasn’t fought anyone since his victory over Keith Thurman in 2019 that saw him defend the WBA welterweight title. Meanwhile, Errol Spence Jr. has returned from a long layoff, following his horrific car accident to defend the WBC and IBF welterweight straps against Danny Garcia on December 5. So, the current welterweight champions can lock horns to unify the WBA, WBC, and IBF titles. Thurman, who has shared the ring with Pacquiao also has several common opponents with Spence Jr. and he reflected his opinion on the possible matchup. In interaction with Fight Hub Tv, ‘One Time’ pictured the clash. “I learned a lot about Pac being in there you know, man. You know I think Spence didn’t have his best performance after the lay-off. I know what it’s like to not have your best performance after a lay-off, said Thurman. However, he didn’t demotivate ‘The Truth’ and revealed why Manny Pacquiao shouldn’t underestimate...
    Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe’s Son Deacon Teases His First Single Gold futures top $1,800, tap highest intraday level since 2011 MLB Considers Umpire Joe West High-Risk, But He Plans to Work: No Virus Is Going to Get To Me Joe West is going to work Major League Baseball games this season. The 67-year-old umpire is considered high-risk by MLB doctors, but he isn't concerned because he golfs a lot and just isn't worried about COVID-19 in general. Via The Athletic: © Provided by The Big Lead “If this game hasn’t gotten me by now, no virus is going to get me,” West said on Monday night. “I’ve weathered a bunch of storms in my life. I’ll weather another one.”According to the CDC's official website as of the time this article was published, 129,811 Americans have failed to weather this storm over the last four months. Many of them in West's demographics. So how about some good old fashioned conspiracy talk to go along with the denial?“I don’t believe in my heart that all these deaths have been from...
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