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Cramer’s lightning round: Centene is a long-term hold

Turtle Beach: “They actually did have earnings. It was kind of shocking. I can’t dislike it as much as I did. Let me delve into the earnings … we’re going to do some more work on it.”

DexCom: Medtronic has “made everybody a little more careful, and that’s the way I think you have to approach these stocks.

CBAK Energy Technology: “This stock has had a monster move. … [it’s] run up so much I just can’t recommend them here.”

Centene: “You just have to hold on for long term, because [CEO] Michael Neidorff’s doing a very good job.”

Brevin Jordan Highlights

Miami TE Brevin Jordan
6’3 245 lbs

Coming out of Bishop Gorman, Miami TE Brevin Jordan was one of the highest rated players at his position & so far he’s lived up to the hype. He may not score many touchdowns, but he was a top target whenever a play was needed. The Hurricanes have not had consistent QB play during his first 2 seasons, which has played a role as to why his stats aren’t as impressive as one would think when watching him play. Now that D’Eriq King has transferred to The U, Jordan & the rest of the Miami offense are expected to take a big step forward next season.

Waddle, J. – Mia (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Jaylen Waddle, WR, Miami Dolphins (6/23) Advice: The Dolphins spent the No. 6 overall pick in the NFL Draft on receiver Jaylen Waddle, and he has the chance to be the No. 1 option in the passing game in Miami in his rookie campaign. He’ll compete with DeVante Parker, Will Fuller and Mike Gesicki for targets, but Waddle has a history with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa from their time together at Alabama. Hopefully, that rapport is evident from Week 1. Waddle was impressive for the Tide; on just 133 collegiate targets, Waddle produced 1,999 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns on 106 catches. He should be drafted as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in seasonal leagues with a mid-round pick. In rookie-only drafts, Waddle should be selected as a top-five overall pick. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 3.12 — 15.12
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Born: November 25, 1998, Houston, TX

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2021 NFL Mock Draft: Denver Broncos trade up for QB Trey Lance, Florida TE Kyle Pitts lands with the Miami Dolphins at No. 6

The trades involving San Francisco, Miami and Philadelphia have reshaped the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. It now seems all but a foregone conclusion that quarterbacks will come off the board with the first three picks in the draft, potentially forcing other QB-needy teams to move up to secure one of the top-five quarterbacks before the run ends. There’s a real chance that this run ends inside the top 10 picks, as it does in my second attempt at a 2021 mock draft.

Liko’s Tap & Table

I really love Liko’s. From the atmosphere to the food and drink, you really can’t go wrong here. Patio Brunch? Check! Sunset Cocktails? Check! French fries on the menu? Check! It has everything I’m looking for. I always thought Hawaii Kai needed more low-key spots to hang out and chill with a few drinks and food. They are definitely busy, but it’s never too difficult to get a spot.

Brady, T. – TB (QB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Tom Brady, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6/23) Advice: A combination of age and the newfound love in the Fantasy community for QBs with rushing upside has kept Tom Brady’s offseason ADP down in early offseason drafts, but the lack of love is perplexing. Brady returns all of his key weapons and his rapport with stars like Mike Evans and Chris Godwin should improve in Year 2. More importantly, he should take a step forward in Year 2 of Bruce Arians’ system — the same system he caught fire in over his final 11 games in 2020. Brady finished with a 30:8 TD to INT ratio over his final 11 (including the playoffs), showing signs of locking in to a Fantasy-frinedly offensive system that is based on the vertical passing game. He’s an excellent target in Rounds 7-11 of one-QB leagues for those who want to wait. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 4.12 — 9.03
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Born: August 3, 1977, San Mateo, CA

Celebrity Snow Bunnies! Ashlee Simpson, Chelsea Handler and More Stars Who Love a Winter Wonderland

Stars on the slopes! Celebrities are getting into the winter spirit by heading to the mountains and channeling their inner snow bunny.

Some of your favorite celebs have traveled north for the winter in order to hit the ski slopes, try their hand at snowboarding or curl up by the fire in a mountain cabin. Whether they are getting in on the snow-filled fun alone or bringing their families, stars are all in on cold weather getaways.

Trump’s Bogus Voter Fraud Claims

Donald Trump is citing unsubstantiated urban myths and a contested academic study to paint a false narrative about rampant voter fraud in the U.S. and the likelihood of a “rigged” election.

Drake, K. – LV (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Kenyan Drake, RB, Las Vegas Raiders (6/23) Advice: Don’t rule out drafting Kenyan Drake if you can pluck him at a very good value. How will he fit in behind Josh Jacobs in Las Vegas? Well, Drake was actually more effective in goal-to-go carries with the Cardinals (8 of 19) than Jacobs was last year (5 of 16). The Raiders have also made mention of Drake’s receiving experience — he caught 50-plus passes in 2018 and 2019 while Jacobs averaged 1.9 catches per game in his time with the Raiders. Those could be two of several specialty roles Drake gets with Las Vegas, giving him some mild Fantasy potential. It won’t result in as many touches as he had with Arizona (15.9 carries per game in 2020) unless Jacobs gets hurt or benched for being ineffective, which would then open up Drake to more work. Ultimately, expect no more than 10 touches per game from Drake in a given week, but some of those touches could be catches and touchdowns. Round 8 or 9 feels like the right time to draft Drake as either a top-notch backup or as a starter on a Zero-RB roster. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 5.03 — 9.02
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Born: January 26, 1994, Powder Springs, GA

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A National Strategy for the “New Normal” of Life With COVID

After previous infectious disease threats, the US quickly forgot and failed to institute necessary reforms. That pattern must change with the COVID-19 pandemic. Without a strategic plan for the “new normal” with endemic COVID-19, more people in the US will unnecessarily experience morbidity and mortality, health inequities will widen, and trillions will be lost from the US economy. This time, the nation must learn and prepare effectively for the future.

Gun Laws Don’t Need Extremism… They Need Common Sense. Here’s Our Ideas For Protecting Human Lives Without Radical Gun Control Measures.

All too often the discussion about gun control abandons laws of reason and immediately turns into a political football of hyperbole and slipper slope fallacies of reasoning. The most extreme position I’ve ever heard from any Democrat is on the banning of assault-style rifles. I’ve never heard a Republican clarify that a ban on assault-style rifles is not the same as a ban on all guns. Generally speaking, most legislation is on the concept of implementing background checks on all gun sales. The vast majority of Americans agree with that position; which begs the question of who in Congress is stopping Americans from having the democratic process and why are they behaving that way?

Andrew Yang’s Taxation Policies

Capital Gain/Carried Interest Tax It’s irrational that we privilege capital gains and investment income versus earned income. The top 20% own 92% of the stock

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