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    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer insists he still has an open competition at quarterback. Meyer declined Thursday to identify a starter for the team’s preseason opener against Cleveland on Saturday night, a puzzling decision for anyone who has watched Trevor Lawrence outperform Gardner Minshew daily in training camp. Meyer said both will play against the Browns. Lawrence, the top pick in the 2021 NFL draft, and Minshew, a two-year starter in Jacksonville, have split repetitions with the first-team offense during training camp. Meyer wants “healthy competition” at every position, including quarterback. Nonetheless, just about everyone outside Minshew’s camp expects Lawrence to be Jacksonville’s starter when the Jaguars open the season Sept. 12 at Houston. Lawrence is the No. 1 pick, the top college prospect in nearly a decade, and has simply been better than Minshew in camp. Lawrence has completed 70% of his passes in team drills, with 24 touchdowns and six interceptions. Minshew has a similar completion percentage, with 16 touchdowns and an interception. Minshew also scrambles more and throws fewer passes down the field....
    Only a handful of restaurants currently represent Denver's soul food scene, but there was a time when choices were more abundant for dressing up for Friday supper or Sunday lunch at Black-owned restaurants. One of those, which ran for more than half a century, was Pierre's Supper Club, owned and operated by Lawrence Pierre. Pierre passed away at the end of August and services were held at St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Church last week, but his 70-year-old son, Valcour "Val" Pierre, still carries on the soul food tradition. The younger Pierre says his father's restaurant opened in 1947 at West First Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard before eventually settling in at 2157 Downing Street (its second move) twenty years later. Lawrence ran Pierre's Supper Club there until he sold it in 2003; the new owner closed it three years later. Val recalls helping his dad at the restaurant when he was only ten years old. He went away to college for four years, but otherwise he's spent his whole life in food service. In 2008, Lawrence gave it one last...