Chris Brown Drops Nearly $100k on Magnetic Retention Grills

Chris Brown's a magnetic kinda guy ... or at least his mouth is, after he dropped a fortune to get some unique dental work done. The singer's got some shiny new gold grills -- 24 karat gold covering all 28 teeth according to his celeb dentist Thomas Connelly -- but that's not what makes 'em special.
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Free-Agent Contracts Cowboys Must Consider Before Training Camp

The Dallas Cowboys are banking on having a healthy roster in 2021. This is a team that went only 6-10 in 2020, but the return of players like quarterback Dak Prescott, tackle Tyron Smith and guard Zack Martin from injuries could be enough to put Dallas back in the playoff mix.
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WFT Camp competition preview and detailed depth chart

2020 Defensive Rookie of the Year, Chase YoungEmilee Fails. With the Washington Football Team Training Camp opening up in Richmond, Virginia this week, the excitement for the upcoming season should build quickly. Expectations for the team, led by head coach Ron Rivera, are high, with national media pundits endorsing Washington as a favorite to win the NFC East division and make noise in the playoffs.
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5 Things to Know About Vikings WR Dede Westbrook

The Vikings have added to their receiving corps, the team announced Sunday. Minnesota signed free agent Dede Westbrook, a 2017 fourth-round pick who spent his first four NFL seasons in Jacksonville. Westbrook played just two games for the Jaguars in 2020. He caught one pass for a gain of 4...
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State of the NFC East: A look at the 2021 Washington Football Team

The 2020 NFC East was arguably the worst division football has ever seen, but somebody had to win it. And the Washington Football Team, in their inaugural season under both head coach Ron Rivera and the new (maybe) temporary name, were the benefactors of that terrible division. Despite alternating between Dwayne Haskins, Kyle Allen, and Alex Smith at quarterback throughout the year, Washington finished 7-9 and won the division. Injuries forced Taylor Heinicke to start their playoff game, where Washington lost by just one score to the eventual Super Bowl champion Buccaneers.

One weakness of each NFC North team

Having recently discussed the strengths of the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, and Minnesota Vikings, the NFC North division is full of its weaknesses too, which includes the Green Bay Packers. With the Aaron Rodgers saga potentially making the difference between who wins the division, there certainly is a lot riding on the next month-plus.
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Philadelphia Eagles sign CB Steven Nelson

The Philadelphia Eagles have added some help to their secondary by signing cornerback Steven Nelson. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Nelson's contract is a one-year deal worth up to $4.125 million including incentives and a base salary of $2.5 million.

Winners and losers from the Steven Nelson signing

The Eagles finally added some serenity to their secondary yesterday by signing former Steelers CB Steven Nelson to a one-year deal. Now that the dust has settled, it’s time to look at the winners and losers from the move. Winners from the Steven Nelson signing. Avonte Maddox. There was naturally...

The Bears Are Getting a 2022 Fifth-Round Pick Back in the Anthony Miller Trade

UPDATE – It’s officially official:. And even though the return isn’t what we were once dreaming of, it’s surprisingly good from the Bears’ point of view. ESPN’s Field Yates tweets a 2022 fifth-round pick is coming to Chicago. And on the other end of things, Houston is receiving Miller and a 2022 seventh-round selection.

How to prepare for M&A, your most likely exit avenue

While it is good to strive for a billion-dollar-plus sale, a successful IPO or a SPAC deal, it is practical to prepare your startup for a smaller transaction. Global M&A hit record highs in the second quarter with a total deal value of $1.5 trillion, but smaller transactions vastly outnumber mega billion-dollar deals. The U.S. saw a total of 16,672 deals in the year ended June 31, but only 583, or 3% of that number, were valued at more than a billion dollars (FactSet). The IPO market is healthy again, but M&A still represents 88% of exits: So far this year, there were 503 IPOs and 5,203 deals, according to the CB Insights Q2 2021 State of Venture Report. After the SEC announced in early April that it was considering new guidance on SPAC IPOs, the rate of new SPAC issuances fell by around 90%.

What if 2020 Tokyo Olympics had NFL? Building football lineups for potential Team USA and Team World rosters

Around the NFL, training camps are about to get underway. Meanwhile, in Tokyo, some of the world's best athletes are going head-to-head in the Summer Olympics. American football, of course, is not part of the international competition, having appeared just twice in the Olympic Games -- in 1904 and 1932, each time as a demonstration sport rather than medal competition. But what if the gridiron were a regular part of the world's biggest athletic stage? Who would represent Team USA, and who would suit up for other countries?

LOOK: Jersey numbers, measurables for USC's summer freshmen enrollees, transfers

The Trojans updated their 2021 roster to include the remaining 12 freshmen from the 2021 class on Monday. The updated also roster also includes the five summer transfer enrollees. Here are the jersey numbers, height, weights and bios for the summer additions. WR Kyron Ware-Hudson. Number: 10. Height: 6-foot-2 Weight:...

Chicago Bears: Five players with the most to prove

When the Chicago Bears officially report to training camp on Tuesday, preparation for the 2021 regular season will officially begin as the Bears enter year four of the Matt Nagy era. The theme for the Bears roster this offseason was addition by subtraction. Chicago added to the offensive side of the ball at the expense of the defense, releasing players like veteran cornerback Kyle Fuller to invest on offense.

How Richard Sherman Can Put His Life Back Together

Share Share this on Twitter Share this on Facebook Flip into Flipboard Share this on Reddit Share via Email. I recently interviewed mental health expert Dr. Wendy Talley about Richard Sherman's breakdown and arrest. Here's what Dr. Talley said. Dr. TALLEY: "If I was his therapist, I would ask him, 'What do you think you have ruined? How can we turn this into something positive? You have an opportunity, ...Continue reading.