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    FOOTBALL is back on TV with NFL teams fine-tuning their preparations for a new season. The 32 franchises will all play at least three preseason games to get ready for kickoff in September. 1NFL teams are getting ready for the season starting on September 8Credit: Reuters Preseason started with the Hall of Fame game between Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars. That game on Thursday 4 August was LIVE on NBC and one of three games this month on FREE national TV. But there's plenty more national broadcasts this month across NFL Network, ESPN and Amazon. Here is how to watch the preseason action. READ MORE SPORT STORIESHEADS UP Brett Favre makes shocking revelation about concussions during his 20-year careerMODEL BEHAVIOR NFL quarterback's model wife is '33 and thriving' in stunning bikini picture Which preseason games are on national TV? In total, there are 28 LIVE national TV broadcasts during preseason from August 4 to 28. The majority of those are on NFL Network - 22 in total. ESPN will also show two games live, while there's one each on...
    (CNN)It was technically a home game for the Atlanta Falcons home game, but with the array of colored jerseys on display providing a vivid backdrop at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, it was as much a gathering of footballer lovers.Face-painted rival fans sat side by side, buying rounds of drinks for one another, enjoying the opportunity to watch the sport they love, but have been deprived of for two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.The NFL was back in London as the Falcons beat the New York Jets 27-20 in front of a crowd of 60,589.If the game was hosted on British soil in front of mainly British fans, Sunday's proceedings started with some traditional American razzmatazz. Kyle Pitts celebrates after completing a catch against the New York Jets.Shortly after the English national anthem had been blasted out, Marisha Wallace sung "The Star-Spangled Banner' -- from atop the state-of-the-art Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.Read MoreIf the event was impressively choreographed, there were some hiccups: the Falcons appeared to have forgotten their net into which kicker Younghoe Koo would normally use to...
    New York Jets: The case for (and against) Julio Jones Geoff Magliocchetti May 26, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditAccoladed receiver Julio Jones wants out of Atlanta; should the New York Jets inquire for his services? ESM investigates… Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones is ready to recolor his wings. A shade of green could well be in the cards. Jones declared he was “out of” Atlanta during a candid, impromptu phone call shared by Fox Sports host Shannon Sharpe during Monday’s edition of Undisputed on FS1. There’s been no confirmation over whether Jones knew he was on air but, in perhaps an attempt to interrupt the rare lull on the NFL calendar, hypothetical trades involving the fantasy football godsend have resurfaced. Jones The accoladed receiver’s de facto trade request serves to end his decade-long tenure in Atlanta. Several teams will undoubtedly embark on a full assault for his services and the crowded resume that comes with it. Should the New York Jets be among them? ESM investigates… For: Fantasy Football Jones has been a staple...
    Facts and figures of the 2021 New York Jets schedule (UPDATING) Geoff Magliocchetti May 12, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditAs the 2021 NFL schedule leaks out, ESM has facts and figures for every happening involving the New York Jets. As the New York Jets’ schedule emerges, ESM has everything you need to know about their 2021 slate… (All times ET and subject to change for Weeks 5-17)  Week 1: 9/12 @ Carolina 1 p.m. ET, CBS/Paramount+  Revenge is a dish potentially served early for Sam Darnold, as he won’t have to wait long to see his former employers. Darnold won’t be the only bearer of green involved in this Week 1 tilt, as other ex-Jets on the Carolina roster include Robby Anderson, Pat Elflein, Juston Burris, and Frankie Luvu. This marks the Jets’ first visit to Charlotte since 2013, and they’re 1-3 all-time at the establishment now known as Bank of America Stadium (the lone win coming in 2001). The Jets’ last two openers came against the Buffalo Bills and they open with...
    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has invited Major League Baseball to play the 2021 All-Star Game in New York instead of Atlanta after controversy over a new voting law in Georgia - but critics say that voting laws in the Empire State are more restrictive than in Georgia. 'Racist voter suppression laws are now hurting Georgia's voters AND its economy. Georgia Republicans should be ashamed,' Schumer, a New York Democrat, tweeted Saturday after MLB announced it would pull the game from Atlanta. 'We would welcome @MLB to come to come play the All-Star Game in New York where we are working to make it easier, not harder, to vote,' he added. However, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has accused New York of having more restrictive voting laws then his own state does, saying bluntly: 'It's easier to vote in Georgia than it is in New York.' Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has invited Major League Baseball to play the 2021 All-Star Game in New York instead of Atlanta after controversy over a new voting law in Georgia MLB said...
    New York : After 18 people died within a week after shootings at massage parlors in Atlanta and a supermarket in Boulder, lawmakers are calling for stricter regulation of firearms. which could lead to an increase in sales. On Tuesday, President Joe Biden asked Congress to pass gun control legislation that Democrats introduced earlier this month. “I do not need to wait another minute, much less an hour, to take common sense measures that will save lives in the future,” said the president in addition to calling for the strengthening of the background check system. Why is the demand for weapons increasing? In the United States, the arms market has seen an increase in demand as authorities and legislators discuss the introduction of stricter regulation. Fears of future restrictions have led gun owners to stock up on more guns and ammunition. During January 2013 gun sales soared in the weeks after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, which left 27 people dead, most of them children. At the time, former President Barack Obama and Democrats in Congress pushed for...
    New York : NYC’s Chinatown has the highest concentration of Chinese in the Western Hemisphere. Photo: ANGELA WEISS / . / . NYPD deployed officers from its Critical Response Command (CRC) to Asian communities around the city yesterday, following reports of local attacks and shootings at massage parlors in Atlanta that left eight dead. Many of the victims in Georgia were women of Asian descent, authorities said. A 21-year-old man was arrested hours after a chase. “While there is no known link to #NYC, we will deploy assets in our large Asian communities across the city as a precaution,” tweeted last night. NYPD Office of Counterterrorism, without giving more details. Since the beginning of the pandemic, New York has been the scene of several alleged “hate attacks” or prejudice against Asian-looking residents, some verbal and some physical, in the Metro, Chinatown and other neighborhoods. Between Sunday and Monday of this week, there were three victims in two incidents in Manhattan, the NYPD reported, without announcing detainees. At around 1:20 p.m. Sunday, a 25-year-old woman and...
    New York : The Justice Department filed charges against the suspect. Photo: Sarah Silbiger / . MIAMI – The Hispanic American Yolanda herrera was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison for organizing various shipments from – from Mexico to the Port of Tampa, West Florida, informed judicial sources. Herrera, 43 years old and resident of Georgia, had pleaded guilty in 2020 to the charges of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and heroin and attempted possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and heroin. Numerous containers with methamphetamine and heroin on the “Leticia” cargo ship According to court documents, between October 24, 2018 and March 18, 2019 Herrera organized and coordinated the shipment of numerous containers with methamphetamine and heroin on board the cargo ship “Leticia”, which traveled repeatedly from Altamira (Mexico) to the port of Tampa. In an inspection it was discovered that within some stone blocks to build fountains included in a shipment transported in a container to Tampa were 14 packages with 50 kilos of methamphetamine and 3 kilos of heroin. Homeland Security Investigations...
    New York : Villa San Carlos advanced thanks to the opponent’s error from eleven steps. Photo: Alex Livesey / . For many it was a ridiculous shot, for others it was simply a common mistake, but the reality is that the charge in the penalty shootout of Gonzalo Coronel cost his team elimination, the Atlanta, of the Argentina Cup at the hands of the modest Villa San Carlos. The match ended 0-0 in regular time, but since there had to be a qualifier for the round of round of 32, the teams went to penalties to define it. That was where the Atlanta player missed his shot, charged in a very peculiar way. The score for shots was 3-3, when It was Coronel’s turn to collect the quarter and surprised with his career before the shot, since he moved away from the ball until three-quarters of the court, then he ran and stopped on the edge of the large area to change rhythm and jog towards the ball, then, before touching the ball he gave...
    New York Knicks (3-3, seventh in the Eastern Conference) vs. Atlanta Hawks (4-2, fifth in the Eastern Conference) Atlanta; Monday, 7:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Eastern Conference foes Atlanta and New York face off on Monday. Atlanta finished 20-47 overall and 14-20 at home in the 2019-20 season. The Hawks averaged 24.0 assists per game on 40.6 made field goals last season. New York finished 21-45 overall and 15-28 in Eastern Conference games a season ago. The Knicks averaged 15.7 points off of turnovers, 15.3 second chance points and 41.9 bench points last season. The teams meet Monday for the first time this season. INJURIES: Hawks: Onyeka Okongwu: out (foot), Tony Snell: day to day (foot), Kris Dunn: out (right ankle), Danilo Gallinari: out (ankle), Rajon Rondo: day to day (left knee). Knicks: Obi Toppin: out (calf), Alec Burks: day to day (ankle), Frank Ntilikina: day to day (right knee), Dennis Smith Jr.: day to day (quad), Omari Spellman: day to day (right calf). ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from...
    A man who was accused by an Atlanta woman of savagely beating and threatening to kill her after meeting her on the dating app Hinge has been captured in New York, where a woman who was about to go on a date with him recognized his photo from social media and alerted the police. The Atlanta Police Department on Tuesday confirmed the arrest of Benjamin Pancher in Kent, New York, on a warrant charging him with kidnapping, false imprisonment and aggravated assault.  Fancher, 31, has waived an extradition hearing and is expected to be returned to Atlanta by November 25 to face the criminal charges stemming from his alleged attack on his Atlanta date, Brittany Correri, last week. Scroll down for video  Police in Kent, New York, have arrested Benjamin Fancher, 31 (left), in connection to the November 11 attack on his Atlanta date, Brittany Correri (right)  An Atlanta security guard took this picture that appears to show Fancher beating  Correri laying on the ground. The guard intervened and stopped the attack  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1...
    New York Yankees: Good news and bad news in disappointing loss to Atlanta Braves in Game 1 of doubleheader By: Alexander Wilson August 26, 2020 PrevPreviousTrevor Rosenthal makes sense for the Yankees and Mets as a deadline addition ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Yankees were punished in the first game of the doubleheader against the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday afternoon. After a rainout on Tuesday, the game was pushed to Wednesday at 4 PM, and it didn’t seem like the Yankees brought their best selves to Atlanta. Losing 5-1, rookie pitcher for the Braves Ian Anderson struck out six batters and allowed just one hit over 6.0 innings. It was a fantastic outing for the Braves, leaving the Yankees wondering what went wrong. Ultimately, it was their bats that failed to produce once again. Good news and bad news for the New York Yankees following the loss to Atlanta: GOOD NEWS: There wasn’t much good news from the Yankees’ loss to the Braves, aside from Luke Voit, who smashed his 11th homer...
    New York Mets star Yoenis Cespedes has gone missing, failing to show up at the Atlanta Braves stadium for Sunday's game and leaving the team unable to contact him.  Brodie Van Wagenen, the Mets' general manager, who represented Cespedes when he was an agent, announced on Sunday afternoon that the 34-year-old had failed to show up to the ballpark. 'He did not reach out to management with any explanation for his absence,' Van Wagenen said in a statement released by the team shortly after the game started.  'Our attempts to contact him have been unsuccessful.' Yoenis Cespedes was expected to show up at the ballpark on Sunday afternoon in Atlanta The Mets issued a statement saying they had not been able to get in touch with the player The Cuban-born player last played for the team on Saturday night, losing the second of their four-game series to the Braves.  They will play them again on Monday in the final game of the series, then on Tuesday play the Washington Nationals.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    A new study suggests the vast majority of Black Lives Matter protesters are white and mostly all march within their own cities – contradicting claims made by officials that acts of rioting and looting have been stoked by ‘outside agitators’. Mobilewalla, a consumer data and analytics company, released the new report Wednesday detailing the demographic breakdown of the George Floyd protesters in four major cities: Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis and New York. Observing the mobile data of 16,904 activist across three days of protests between May 29 and May 31, analysts found a substantial majority of those in attendance were white, with the highest percentage in Minneapolis (85%), followed by Los Angeles (78%), and Atlanta and New York (both at 76%). Comparatively, just 18 percent of the protesters were African American in Atlanta, 11 percent in Minneapolis, 13 percent in New York and 3 percent in Los Angeles. Hispanic and Asian American participation was less than 10 percent in all four cities. The study also indicated that lion’s share of the protesters were in fact not outsiders but locals to...
    Protests around the killing of George Floyd intensified and continued to spread across the country on Friday, with at curfews being issued in Minnesota after several demonstrations turned violent. An 8 p.m. curfew was put in effect in anticipation of further violent protests in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where Floyd died Monday. A video circulated after his death appearing to show Floyd pinned to the ground by police who ignored his pleas for help. Curfews were also in place in St. Paul and neighboring suburbs, while the National Guard was also deployed in an attempt to control crowds. Protesters continued to march through the city despite the measures, although more dramatic scenes emerged in other locations throughout the country. In Atlanta, Georgia, protesters broke windows and sprayed graffiti on the walls of CNN's headquarters during a protest on Friday night. Vandals also reportedly targeted police cars, breaking windows and setting some of the cars on fire. Police deployed SWAT teams and used tear gas and rubber bullets to control the crowd. At least seven people were arrested, according to CNN. Authorities in...
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