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Tebow to a one-year deal to play

 Tim Tebow is coming back to the NFL. After a six-year hiatus, the Jaguars plan to sign the former NFL quarterback to a one-year deal, CBS Sports' Jonathan Jones confirmed. As previously reported, Tebow will play tight end for the Jaguars. 

Tim Tebow Hes A Winner, 33, recently worked out for the Jaguars and head coach Urban Meyer, who coached Tebow during his record-setting run at the University of Florida. A former Heisman Trophy winner, Tebow went 9-7 as the Broncos' starting quarterback before spending one season with the New York Jets. He then had two uneventful stops with the Jets and Patriots before spending nearly five years in the Mets' minor league system. 

Along with playing tight end, Tebow may be asked to serve as a mentor for quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. Like Tebow, Lawrence led his collegiate team to a national championship before becoming a first-round pick. 

The most important thing for Trevor is to learn the offense, it's not to sell billboards around the state of Florida," Meyer said. "And we're going to be very cautious about that. The good thing is that's very important to him. He's not a guy, as you can see, he's not even at the draft. His focus is he wants to live here, he wants to move here, he wants to train here, he wants to win. Obviously, that's very appealing to our staff.


While Lawrence is just starting his NFL journey, Tebow is getting another opportunity to make an impact on the gridiron. The news of Tebow's signing comes just days after Fred Taylor, the Jaguars' career rushing leader, opened up about Tebow's short-lived run as an NFL starting quarterback. 

I don't think Tim got a complete fair shot in the because most of the coaches were saying, 'We need the prototypical Tim Tebow NFL quarterback,'" Taylor said on the All Things Covered with Patrick Peterson & Bryant McFadden. "And he's not that. That was just before the zone reads and the offenses changed up. And I think if Tim had been able to hold on long enough to have those offenses come to fruition, and develop them as they have been the past couple years, I think you would have saw a better quarterback.


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Between Exes Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez

 There’s not enough liquor in the world for you to get me to say something about that,” the Martian actor, 50, told Today on Tuesday, May 11, teasing that Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb recapping the exes’ Montana hangout was “the first time I heard about it.”

Though he may not have any insider info about his longtime pal, 48,Ben Affleck and Lopez, 51, he’s rooting for the former couple along with the rest of the world. “It’s a fascinating story,” the Bourne Identity star added. “I hope it’s true. I love them both. … That would be awesome.”


The Argo director and the “Dinero” songstress were previously engaged from 2002 to early 2004 after meeting on the set of Gigli in 2001. Us Weekly confirmed in April that the former couple had been

It was just the two of them on vacation together. Big Sky is a special place to Ben,” a source revealed on Monday, May 10, noting that the former flames “looked very happy together.


The Way Back star was “humbled and blown away” by the level of dedication Lopez puts into each project despite all of her already incredible accomplishments and accolades.

Ben Affleck Jennifer Lopez  She remains, to this day, the hardest working person I’ve come across in this business,” he gushed. “She has great talent, but she has also worked very hard for her success, and I’m so happy for her that she seems, at long last, to be getting the credit she deserves.





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Father’s Day is a great opportunity to thank your dad for everything he’s done for you, from teaching you how to drive, to making you cringe (but inwardly laugh) at his terrible (great) dad jokes. But it can be tough to come up with good ideas for a Father’s Day gift. You want something that your dad will actually like and use; a gift that’ll make him happy.

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The George Floyd verdict would not have happened

 The George Floyd verdict would not have happened 

The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” President Obama was fond of the saying and used it often – but it could do with a second part. The arc of the moral universe does not bend on its own. It is bent in the right direction by protesters, campaigners and dissenters. It was their hands that forced it towards justice last week, when the former police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the second-degree murder of George Floyd. We cannot celebrate and take comfort in the verdict that was meted out without acknowledging the action outside the courtroom that secured it.


But this is what some will do: claim the verdict to be a great victory, after denigrating the means by which it was achieved. The protests in the wake of Floyd’s murder have been called the largest in US and global history. They reached more than 50 countries. In the US, tens of millions of dollars were raised and invested in grassroots communities and advocacy in a diffuse, decentralised network that lobbied politicians and pushed through voter registration. It all made a deep impression on the public consciousness. Chauvin quite simply would not have been brought to trial on these charges, let alone been convicted, were it not for these tireless efforts.

Some of those politicians are now shimmying to catch a bit of Floyd’s halo. The New York mayor, Bill de Blasio, said that “justice was served” after “the reality of racism in this nation finally hit a boiling point”. But he defended police driving into protesters who had reached that boiling point, saying that it was “inappropriate for protesters to surround a police vehicle and threaten police officers”. In the UK, Boris Johnson “welcomed” the verdict, after spending last summer urging people not to support Black Lives Matter demonstrations, which he decided were “in all probability going to end in violence”. Sajid Javid, the former home secretary, tweeted, “Justice. Black lives matter”, seemingly forgetting that last year he said the organisation was “not a force for good” and demanded protesters “show some goddamn respect”.

But this is how progress is won: by not showing goddamn respect. It isn’t handed over by the benign powers that govern us, but wrested from their hands through protest, riots and civil disobedience. Chauvin’s conviction was not the only legal consequence of last year’s mobilisations. From forcing Emmanuel Macron to put reform of the French police on the table to catalysing change in newsrooms in the US, the consequences were manifold. This type of dissent is responsible for many of the rights we all enjoy today, from universal suffrage in the UK to civil rights for black people in the US.


But there is a broader reason why the protests were being written out of history the moment they began to have an impact. As such movements gain momentum, their reach becomes impossible to contain. The charge that Black Lives Matter is a radical movement is correct. For it to achieve its goals, for racial equity to be achieved, a wholesale rethinking of power relations – between boss and employee, border guard and migrant, ruler and ruled – must take place. A grand redistribution of wealth is essential. A fallen statue is not about a mindless moment of anger, it is a demand to fundamentally and honestly rethink a particular country’s history and sense of self.

The uncomfortable truth is that change comes about in ways that are disruptive and, yes, occasionally unsavoury. Those events are then sanitised and their significance minimised, so we can maintain a naive trust in the arc of history and those who govern us. Every legal system is as flawed and institutionally skewed as the country in which it exists. In the UK and the US, it has inbuilt biases in favour of the police and those who can afford the best legal representation. Those who cannot afford it, from marginalised communities, are subject to criminalisation, becoming forever felons in the eyes of the state.

But the justice system is also sensitive to public opinion and the political environment, and its outcomes are often an interplay between external pressures and internal deficiencies. Accountability for George Floyd’s death may have been delivered in a courtroom, but it began in the streets.

Arizona governor signs abortion ban for genetic issues

 Doctors who perform an abortion solely because the child has a survivable genetic issue can face felony charges. The proposal also contains a raft of other provisions sought by abortion opponents.

The measure passed the Republican-controlled Legislature on party-line votes over unanimous opposition from minority Democrats. The Republican governor is an abortion opponent who has never vetoed a piece of anti-abortion legislation.


Senate Bill 1457 moved through the Legislature in fits and starts, stalling twice before moving again amid intense pressure by abortion opponents on GOP lawmakers who opposed some of its provisions. It finally passed both chambers last week.

The abortion bill as originally written made it a felony for a doctor to perform the procedure because the fetus has a genetic abnormality such as Down syndrome, and contained a slew of other provisions, including one that confers all civil rights to unborn children. Democrats call that “personhood” provision a backdoor way to allow criminal charges against a woman who has an abortion.

In addition to the ban on abortions for genetic abnormalities and the “personhood” provision, the bill bans mail delivery of abortion-inducing medication, allows the father or maternal grandparents of a fetus aborted due to a genetic issue to sue, and bans the spending of any state money toward organizations that provide abortion care.

The measure also requires fetal remains to be buried or cremated, and it forbids state universities from providing abortion care.

“There’s immeasurable value in every single life — regardless of genetic makeup,” Ducey said in a statement. “We will continue to prioritize protecting life in our preborn children, and this legislation goes a long way in protecting real human lives."

The bill was amended twice to allay the concerns of a pair of Republicans — one worried that a woman would be forced to carry a fetus that could not survive and a second concerned that a doctors' medical decisions could be overruled by a jury. That GOP-backed amendment also clarified that the “personhood" provision does not ban in-vitro fertilization.

The Democrats issued a lengthy written rebuttal to the bill after the final amendment.

The measure was a top priority for the social conservative group Center for Arizona Policy. Its president, Cathi Herrod, routinely backs anti-abortion bills in the Legislature. National anti-abortion groups hailed its passage.


Minutes after the governor acted, Herrod sent out a news release with the subject line “Life Wins!”

“Today, Arizonans win. Arizona children diagnosed with disabilities prior to birth will no longer be discriminated against,” Herrod wrote in the release. “Arizona women will be ensured commonsense safeguards if they choose the abortion pill. Arizona taxpayers will not be forced to support abortions at public colleges and universities, and the laws of Arizona will be interpreted to value all human life.”

Abortion rights groups had rallied at the Capitol on Monday, urging Ducey to veto the measure and presenting him with petitions signed by opponents of the bill.

Democrats lamented the governor's action, including Rep. Diego Espinoza of Tolleson.

“Gov. Ducey’s decision to sign SB1457 is not pro-life. It is anti-families, anti-woman, and anti-doctor,” Espinoza tweeted. “I’m disappointed to see Arizona moving in this direction, ignoring the needs and desires of doctors, women, and families for an extreme political agenda.”

Republican-controlled legislatures in Arizona and several other states — emboldened by the possibility that a more conservative U.S. Supreme Court could overturn Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 decision that found women have a constitutional right to seek an abortion — have embraced proposals this year that could completely ban abortion. An Arizona proposal doing that, however, has not advanced.


Earlier this month, a divided federal appeals court lifted the hold on a similar Ohio law that prohibits doctors from performing abortions based on a fetal diagnosis of Down syndrome.

Judges of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals narrowly reversed two earlier decisions blocking enforcement of Ohio's 2017 law. A majority of the appeals court said the law doesn’t impede a woman’s right to an abortion.

Monday's amendment to the Arizona bill also added a legislative intent clause that included much of the reasoning the appeals court used in the Ohio decision.


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Promising Young Woman was first shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2020, and fans have been eagerly waiting to see the film since.

Starring Carey Mulligan, the film tells the story of Cassie Thomas, a 30-year-old girl dropping out of medical school, living with her parents.



Cassie's life was haunted by the rape of a classmate, Nina, while in school, its investigation was canceled.

When she learned that the perpetrator, Al, was about to be married, Cassie quickly acted to avenge Nina. 

Promising Young Woman was one of the few movies that actually hit theaters last year with the movie hitting US theaters on Christmas Day.

Meanwhile, in the UK, fans had to wait much longer when the film was only released on April 16, 2021. Upon arrival, Promising Young Woman was on Sky Cinema and broadcast service. online Sky's Now. 

Best T Shirt About The Ocean Like Seaspiracy

The human impact on Mother Nature has been a hot topic of debate since the dawn of the 21st century. With many tangible impacts to light, including global warming, damage to global biodiversity, water scarcity and extreme meteorological phenomena, it is imperative that you This road must be dealt with diligently, lest people want to find themselves homeless. 



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