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Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who shares an agent with Deshaun Watson, believes the quarterback has played his last down for the Houston Texans. ESPN has reported Watson is willing to hold out and pay fines to force a trade, but the Texans haven’t given in — yet.

Here’s a quick look at the latest updates on the six teams who might try to trade for Watson.

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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?

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How Trumpists Prey on Loneliness, and Loneliness Preys on Trumpists

The story of our era may be one about loneliness, isolation, and a lack of community. Scientists tell us that social isolation is as bad for your health as smoking or not getting adequate sleep. COVID-19 took an already bad situation and made it worse. Meanwhile, (anti)social media does nothing to solve the problem, and likely exacerbates it.

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Supreme Court rejects final Trump bid to nullify 2020 election results

The Supreme Court on Monday denied a bid by former President Trump to nullify his electoral loss in Wisconsin, rejecting the former president’s final pending appeal over the results of the 2020 election.

In an unsigned order without noted dissent, the justices declined to take up Trump’s lawsuit alleging Wisconsin election officials violated the Constitution by expanding absentee voting amid the global coronavirus pandemic.

The justices’ move brought an end to Trump’s scattershot and ineffective legal campaign to overturn President Biden’s victory and added to the abysmal post-election court record of Trump and his allies, which included more than 60 losses and just one narrow win.

Pittman Jr., M. – Ind (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Michael Pittman, WR, Indianapolis Colts (6/23) Advice: Michael Pittman enters his second season as a potential breakout candidate and should be drafted around the ninth or 10th round in most leagues as the first Colts receiver off the board. As a rookie, Pittman earned the trust of the coaching staff immediately, playing 92% of the snaps in Week 2 and consistently playing 80% or more of the snaps after coming back from IR in Week 8. We saw glimpses of the second-rounder’s upside, especially with a five-catch, 90-yard performance in the Colts’ playoff loss to the Bills, and he may end up emerging as the top option for Carson Wentz in Year 2. Don’t draft Pittman expecting you’ll be able to rely on him as a starter for Week 1, but he’s an excellent depth piece with upside. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 7.01 — 11.01
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Born: October 5, 1997, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA

Davis, M. – Atl (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Mike Davis, RB, Atlanta Falcons (6/23) Advice: Mike Davis has flashed at times in his career with both the 49ers and Bears, but it wasn’t until joining Joe Brady’s Panthers offense that we saw his true talent shine. What makes Davis a strong Fantasy asset is his ability to impact the game both as a runner after contact and as a receiving option. He joins an Atlanta offense loaded with talent across the board, and the Falcons didn’t draft a running back. With a workload similar to the one he took on in 2020 in Christian McCaffrey’s offense, Davis can be an RB1 in 2021, and he’s slam dunk value at his current ADP. Even if unexpected RBs eat into his workload, the offense is likely to be productive enough for Davis to return plus value on his ADP. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 3.01 — 9.09
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Born: February 19, 1993, Lithonia, GA

Cousins, K. – Min (QB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Kirk Cousins, QB, Minnesota Vikings (6/23) Advice: Cousins is best drafted as a No. 2 quarterback in the double-digit rounds, but he’s one of the more reliable options you can say that about. Cousins has finished as a top-12 quarterback in five of the past six seasons. So why don’t we draft him that way? For starters, it’s difficult to compare 2015-18 Cousins to what he’s been the past two years. The Vikings have morphed into one of the most run-heavy offenses in football, which is why Cousins missed the mark in 2019, and needed a career-best 6.8% touchdown rate to sneak into the top 12 in 2020. Even with the emergence of Justin Jefferson, you should expect Cousins to regress back towards his career norm in 2021, which means he won’t crack the top 12 passers unless Mike Zimmer has a complete change of heart. Cousins’ reliability does make him an excellent second quarterback in a two-QB league. (CBSSports.com)
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Kyler Murray – Ari (QB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Kyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals (6/23) Advice: It’s expected that Kyler Murray will be one of the first three or four quarterbacks taken in every draft. A modest improvement in passing and a massive jump in his rushing production propelled him to huge weekly numbers — 32.1 points per game — until he hurt his shoulder in Week 11. Then he ran and scored a lot less and averaged an ugly 17.8 points per game to end the year. People will draft Murray for his rushing prowess, but what if the Cardinals ask him to rush less to keep him from getting hurt? It’s a risk factor, but it shouldn’t be a deciding one. Rather, the Cardinals did little to improve their run offense this offseason and drafted flashy catch-and-run speedster Rondale Moore to help boost Murray’s passing efficiency. Figure Murray’s legs to still be involved, especially in the red zone where he had nine of his 11 run scores in 2020. A favorable schedule outside of the NFC West helps. That makes him worthy of a pick immediately after the likes of Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. If your league takes quarterbacks early, he’ll be among them and won’t be a good value, but if you can swipe him in Round 4 (or later), you’ll feel great. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 2.02 — 5.10
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Born: August 7, 1997, Bedford, TX

Fact check: Arizona audit hasn’t found 275,000 fraudulent votes

After three months, an audit of Arizona’s 2020 election results has surfaced no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Former President Donald Trump and his supporters say otherwise.

Since the audit began in late April, misinformation about its findings has spread on social media. Trump and his allies have falsely claimed an entire election database was deleted, that more than 70,000 mail-in ballots counted in Maricopa County – home of Phoenix – were never sent, and that the audit found 250,000 fraudulent ballots.

Now the number has ticked up to 275,000.

“Already the Arizona Audit has found 275,000 potential fraudulent ballots – in just ONE county!” reads the caption of a July 26 video with more than 4,600 likes on Instagram.

No Evidence of Busing Voters to N.H.

White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller doubled down on President Trump’s unsupported claim that thousands of voters were bused in from Massachusetts to vote illegally in New Hampshire.

Moore, R. – Ari (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Rondale Moore, WR, Arizona Cardinals (6/23) Advice: Stout, speedy receiver Rondale Moore is a terrific fit for the Cardinals offense. Blazing fast with very good hands, Moore spent the majority of his time at Purdue catching short- and mid-range throws and then making a play after the catch. He was excellent at it — 71% of his receiving yardage came post-grab. That plays perfectly with the Arizona offense and Kyler Murray under center. There is an injury history with Moore, but he should nonetheless unseat Christian Kirk as the Cards’ second-most effective receiver in short order and has appeal as a PPR sleeper worth a pick after Round 10 (dock him a round in non-PPR). He’ll go a round sooner in long-term formats like Dynasty start-ups, and he has real appeal as a late first-rounder in rookie-only drafts. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 9.04 — 15.11
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Born: June 9, 2000, New Albany, IN

Washington Football Team Teases New Nickname, Rebrand for 2022 NFL Season

The Washington Football Team won’t change its name until the 2022 season, but the process will be documented through the newly launched site WashingtonJourney.com.

“We’ve transitioned from our old name. Now it’s time to write a new legacy,” the site states. “The future of Washington Football arrives in 2022.”

Sanders, M. – Phi (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Miles Sanders, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (6/23) Advice: Miles Sanders was expected to be a breakout candidate in 2020, but he failed to deliver in his sophomore campaign. Heading into Year 3, he could face some competition for touches, but he’s still worth buying back into as a No. 2 Fantasy running back in all leagues. Sanders should be selected in Round 2 or 3 in all formats. Injuries to Sanders and the offensive line hurt his production in 2020 and, instead of seeing his Fantasy points per game rise from 13.6 in 2019, he slipped to 13.4 last year. But he still averaged 5.3 yards per carry. And, more importantly, he averaged 18.3 PPR points per game in three starts with Jalen Hurts. The Eagles added plenty of bodies this offseason to compete for touches with Sanders (including Jordan Howard and Kerryon Johnson, plus Boston Scott is still there), but most of them profile as backups, although the addition of rookie Kenneth Gainwell could impact Sanders in the passing game. Still, there’s reason for optimism about Sanders this year. He might have failed as a breakout in 2020, but he can easily rebound this year. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 2.02 — 4.04
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Born: May 1, 1997, Pittsburgh, PA

Zach Wilson Highlights

BYU QB Zach Wilson
Junior 6’3 210 lbs

After an impressive 2020 season, BYU QB Zach Wilson is finally getting the recognition he deserves. Before the season, he wasn’t even thought to be “draftable,” but now some view him as a potential No. 2 overall pick right behind Clemson star Trevor Lawrence. Justin Fields, Trey Lance & Kyle Trask are also viewed as top QB prospects.

While Wilson may not win the Heisman, it’s incredible that he’s even getting this kind of attention. The most impressive thing about Zach Wilson has been his arm strength. Most people knew about his mobility & playmaking ability outside of the pocket, but he’s shown that he can stay in the pocket and deliver a beautiful deep ball like Josh Allen & Patrick Mahomes from time to time. It’ll be interesting to see how he’s viewed as a draft prospect throughout the draft season.

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Washington Football Team’s addition of QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could spell a career year for WR Terry McLaurin

Few wide receivers have been dealt a tougher hand than Terry McLaurin during his first two seasons in the league, but that could all change thanks to the free-agency acquisition of quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.

The veteran signal-caller agreed to terms with the Washington Football Team on a one-year deal worth $10 million, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Monday. He will enter training camp as the presumptive Week 1 starter, with competition from Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen.

2021 NFL training camp: Biggest questions, roster projections for all 32 teams

NFL training camp for the 2021 season opened last week for the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers, who will play in the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 5. The reigning champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened camp Sunday, while the rest of the league followed Tuesday.

The NFL got back to a semi-normal offseason schedule with seven new head coaches taking over for the Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers, New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles.

Bill Gates: More than 50% of business travel will disappear in post-coronavirus world

The coronavirus will fundamentally alter the way people travel for and conduct business, even after the pandemic is over, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said Tuesday. “My prediction would be that over 50% of business travel and over 30% of days in the office will go away,” Gates told Andrew Ross Sorkin during the New York Times’ Dealbook conference.

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