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    In the end, Tom Brady's retirement lasted just 40 days.  On February 1, the most prestigious name in the NFL called time on his career after a period of reflection following Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat by Los Angeles Rams. 'I have always believed the sport of football is an 'all-in' proposition - if a 100 percent competitive commitment isn't there, you won't succeed, and success is what I love so much about our game,' Brady wrote on his Instagram. 'This is difficult for me to write, but here it goes: I am not going to make that competitive commitment anymore.' But then on March 13, he unretired with the swagger that has made him the greatest player in the game.  'These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,' he wrote. 'That time will come. But it’s not now.  'I love my teammates, and I love my supportive family. They make it all possible. I’m coming back for my 23rd season in Tampa. Unfinished business LFG (let's f***ing go).' Tom Brady...
    Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, who has used to powers of his office to attack minority populations, corporations that oppose his policies, and even redraw congressional maps to eliminate districts of powerful Black lawmakers, went one step further Monday to shape the electorate in his favor. DeSantis is believed to be laying the groundwork for a 2024 presidential run and is seen as the top Republican nominee unless Donald Trump runs – and possibly even if he does. “There is cause for concern cause if you look at – like Texas would have all these companies move from California over the years,” DeSantis said while speaking to far right-wing host Ben Shapiro. “You’d have companies move from San Francisco to Austin, and they’d bring hundreds of employees with them. and those employees would vote the exact same way that turned San Francisco into the dumpster fire that it is.” “And it’s like the leftism, they will not draw the connection between their leftist ideology and the destruction that’s all around them. And so it is a problem because I do...
    DEAR ABBY: I am writing because I’m concerned about my husband’s drinking. We have been married 35 years and we love each other very much. We are both retired. He drinks at least a six-pack of beer a day. Although he doesn’t appear to be intoxicated, I know this has to mean he is an alcoholic. Because he doesn’t drink and drive, he thinks this is fine. Besides being unhealthy and giving him a huge beer gut, it’s expensive. Your thoughts, please. CONCERNED WIFE IN GEORGIA DEAR WIFE: Schedule your and your husband’s “annual medical checkups,” regardless of how long they may have been delayed. Before you go in, the doctor should be informed that your beloved hubby imbibes a six-pack per day — at the very least. Related Articles Dear Abby: I’m used to my husband pretending he’s single, but he has gone too far Dear Abby: How can I escape this toxic woman without making her mad? Dear Abby: Should I tell my son’s bride the story that he won’t? ...
    Royal experts have insisted the Duke of York's reputation can't be rebuilt- despite settling the sexual abuse lawsuit with Virginia Giuffre after he agreed an undisclosed deal with his accuser without admitting her accusations.  Court documents filed in New York this morning revealed Prince Andrew and Mrs Giuffre, who was previously known as Virginia Roberts, have reached a 'settlement in principle' in the civil sex claim. However, while this has 'lifted a shadow from the Queen's Platinum Jubilee' and will leave the Royal Family 'tremendously relieved', it will not mean a 'return to the fold' for Andrew, royal commentators claim. Royal expert Robert Jobson told FEMAIL: 'The fact that there's been a settlement doesn't necessarily mean that [Andrew's] reputation is rebuilt. Elsewhere, Editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine Ingrid Seward added: 'The best thing he can do is disappear for a year. He must keep a very low profile, which I am sure Prince Charles will insist upon.'   A senior palace source told MailOnline today that the compensation figure is believed to be around $10million (£7.5million) - and the deal might only...
    A FRUSTRATED wife has taken to the internet to ask for help in handling her “overbearing” mother-in-law.  According to the woman, the mother-in-law treats her son like a child and does not respect her as his wife. 3A wife is fed up with the way her mother-in-law treats her husband 3The mother-in-law told her son that no one can love him the way she doesCredit: Getty In a post on Reddit, the wife opened up about some of the worrisome things her mother-in-law has said to her son and about their relationship. For instance, when the wife was taking her husband to his United States Military Entrance Processing Station, his worried mother called and said, “No one can love you as much as your mom.” “So, is she saying I can’t possibly love him enough, who says that?” the irritated wife vented in her post. The wife also recalled the mother-in-law crossing the line when she told her son he should not get married ahead of their nuptials because “people aren’t meant to be monogamous.” The upset daughter-in-law wrote that...
    Getty Sixers center Joel Embiid had 30 points and 18 rebounds during a 110-102 win over Detroit. Joel Embiid understands the growing pains Tyrese Maxey is battling as he takes over for Ben Simmons. Maxey is a self-admitted work in progress, a player committed to getting one-percent better every day. Until he gets there, Embiid plans to share the point guard responsibilities for the Philadelphia 76ers. It’s not that the 7-footer doesn’t trust Maxey – nothing could be further from the truth – but Embiid knows the offense better. He has been playing the role of “point center” for a few years now and getting his teammates involved is important for his own development. Embiid is averaging 4.2 assists per game this season, up from his career high of 3.7 in 2019. You’ll often see him bring the ball up the court and call out offensive sets. All of it is intentional, a way to assert his leadership even more. “Tyrese is more of a scorer, he can be way better as a point guard, so someone has...
    Getty Rashod Bateman catches a pass for Minnesota. The Baltimore Ravens made a bold move to select Rashod Bateman in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, and already, it seems as if that move is going to pay off. Bateman has come to the Ravens and wasted little time impressing and making himself look like the steal he can be. This offseason, Bateman has been working hard, saying the right things and looking as if he is going to be the key to unlocking what has been a dormant passing game in Baltimore. The latest Ravens news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Ravens newsletter here! Join Heavy on Ravens! Bateman continues to grind this offseason and work with his teammates, which is admirable considering his new stature with the team. He’s jumped right into the mix. The Next ???? @Primetime_jet x @R_bateman2 Video- @TNTACADEMY1 #Ravens #RavensFlock pic.twitter.com/Wpbws7xAH2 — Knox (@Ravens8lite) July 15, 2021 Not only is Bateman looking like a veteran player in terms of his preparation, he’s talking like...
    For nearly three years, the small circle of friends close to both Prince William and Prince Harry have been despairing over the searing animosity — the sheer uncompromising, bloody-minded anger — between the two Princes.  But, in April, the sad news of Prince Philip's death seemed to offer a glimmer of hope. The family gathering for their grandfather's funeral would bring the warring brothers together in an atmosphere of reflection.  Might this be the chance for some healing to develop, wondered a few of their chums?    So, without being too obvious about it, that theme of healing became an element in their friendly chats with their royal mates in the days that followed. Their friends' gentle nudges seemed to have had some effect that solemn Saturday afternoon as the two princes walked out of St George's Chapel to cross the courtyard side by side — subtly brought together by Kate, who then left the pair to the brotherly exchange of words seen on camera. For nearly three years, the small circle of friends close to both Prince William and...
    (CBS Local)- We’re just under three weeks away from the start of the 2021 NFL Draft in Cleveland, Ohio on Thursday, April 29. The three day event will see over 200 prospects have their dream of hearing their named called from the draft stage come true. For Ohio native Justin Hilliard, it would mark the beginning of a new journey in his home state where he first fell in love with the game. Hilliard was born in Cleveland and raised in Cincinnati and was always following in his older brother C.J.’s footsteps. So, when C.J. began playing football in the third grade, Justin wanted to play as well. In the early days, that meant playing up a couple of grades on his brother’s team and in turn, getting knocked around a little bit. READ MORE: 2021 NFL Draft: Benjamin St. Juste Confident Hell Make An Impact, Im A Sure Pick “Whatever team my brother was on, my parents just put me on that team. So I was playing on a third grade team as a first grader and just getting...
    Íñigo Errejón and Pablo Iglesias in Congress when they shared a political party. (Photo: GTRES) The leader of Más País, Íñigo Errejón, has clarified in Ana Rosa’s program whether or not its formation would be willing to agree with Pablo Iglesias and Unidas Podemos to achieve the presidency of the Community of Madrid in the next elections on May 4. “It must be explained in a very simple way: the absolute majorities have ended and the only way to govern is by making pacts,” said the Madrid politician, implying that he would be willing. He has even given the example that in June 2019 they proposed to Ciudadanos to reach an agreement to avoid the presidency of the ‘popular’ Isabel Díaz Ayuso. “They rejected it, I think it was a mistake for the people of Madrid and, in view, for the party itself,” he said. Errejón, in the current political context due to the multiparty system that exists, has reiterated that he would be willing to agree with whoever is necessary for Madrid to have a government. “In my opinion,...
    Chris Rock says he didn't 'jump for joy' when Joe Biden won the election and is now urging the President-elect to create a 'Supreme Court of Science' so any future crisis or pandemic can be dealt with in a non-partisan way.  The comedian spoke out about the outcome of last month's election and slammed President Trump's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in a wide-ranging interview with Deadline on Wednesday. When asked about the current climate in the US given Biden had won the election, the 55-year-old said he felt optimistic but was wary that politics would just go back to normal.  'I don't know. When Biden won, I wasn't jumping for joy. I was like Tom Hanks in Cast Away - I just wanted to hug Helen Hunt,' he said.  Chris Rock says he didn't 'jump for joy' when Joe Biden won the election and is now urging the President-elect to create a 'Supreme Court of Science' so any future crisis or pandemic can be dealt with in a non-partisan way 'You know, he's not jumping for joy when he...
    KHABIB NURMAGOMEDOV can be beaten by Justin Gaethje - if the American keeps the champion off the ground, according to the Russian's former rival Gleison Tibau. The lightweight world title is on the line at UFC 254 when the pair meet in the octagon. 6Justin Gaethje could beat Khabib Nurmagomedov if he can keep the Russian off the canvasCredit: Getty Images - Getty Khabib will be desperate to maintain his unbeaten record in the clash on Fight Island in Abu Dhabi. But Tibau reckons there is a way to end the 28-0 king's reign. The Brazilian, who pushed Khabib all the way in July 2012 but ultimately lost on a unanimous decision, believes the best way to get on top is not letting the Russian grapple on the canvas. Tibau told AG Fight: "It’s all about how well your style matches up with his. "He’s strong, he puts on an absurd amount of pressure and he has good wrestling. He’s been dominating everyone and never has a hard outing. "Our fight was pretty close, many think that I...
    DONALD Trump insisted on Friday that the only way he can lose the 2020 presidential election is if he is "cheated." Speaking Friday night at a rally in Newport News, Virginia, President Trump told his audience that "mischief" would be the only reasoning for a loss. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 5President Trump spoke on Friday night at a rally in Newport News, VirginiaCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Biden has been criticized for his lack of public appearances leading up to the electionCredit: AFP or licensors He also said it would be "stupid" to commit to a smooth transition. "I want a smooth, beautiful transition, but... this is a disaster waiting to happen - and the only hope we have, really, other than going through a long litigation in the end after its over - because we're going to win," Trump said. “We’re not going to lose this except if they cheat. Our country is at stake and it's true.”  As he admitted that a "very friendly transition" is desired,...
    He has been the old Sinatra song, all of it, a jumble of personas and personalities, going all the way back to the first day he showed up one week shy of five years ago. He’s been a puppet, a pauper, a pirate, a poet, a pawn and a king — seizing New York by the lapels, carrying the Mets through the summer of 2015, a wonder in bright neon yellow. He’s been up. And down. And over. And out. Mostly, that’s what Mets fans wanted the past couple of years: they wanted Yoenis Cespedes out. Out of their hair. Out from under a contract that he’ll never be able to live up to, no matter how many discounts, self-inflicted and otherwise, are subtracted from it. A walking contradiction: erstwhile messiah, erstwhile pariah. And maybe he’ll spend the final 59 games of this season bouncing back and forth between both again. It’s actually where the smart money sits. But in Game 1 of this 60-game dash, there was no question where Cespedes sits. In Game 1, with one swing...
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