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          Eli Manning’s Wife Abby McGrew Manning: 5 Fast Facts to Know      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Abby McGrew Manning, 34, is the wife of New York Giants QB Eli Manning, 37, her college sweetheart. Abby was born and raised in Nashville, Tenn. She attended Brentwood Academy, a sports powerhouse that has produced notable current NFL players such as Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey and Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Derek Barnett. Abby has two sisters, Lacey and Molly. She is also roughly one foot shorter (5’5”) than her famous husband (6’4”). Here are five more fun facts to know about Abby McGrew Manning:

 


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          Sr. Construction Sales Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, What you will do Under general direction is responsible for the sale of Johnson Controls BE offerings to mechanical contractors, designers and consulting engineers. Promote the Johnson Controls value proposition to construction community by providing business and technical solutions. Builds and manages long term customer relationships/partnerships with assigned accounts. Responsible for customer s
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          FIRST ALERT: Storms will persist through the evening hours, especially south      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Still tracking strong clusters of rain and storms, especially south of I-20. Storms are moving east and east-northeast with time and the greatest chance through the evening hours sets up along and south of a line from Fayette to Morris to Jacksonville.
          Reach Truck Operator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Do you have experience driving a stand up reach truck? Are you looking for a long term position where you can showcase your experience in driving powered industrial trucks? We need people with previous experience on a stand up reach truck for a great company on the west side off Pritchard Road. This is a temp to hire position. Bring your "A" game and this could be the last job you have to apply fo
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          Local teen hospitalized after being dragged by vehicle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A local teenager was hospitalized after being dragged by a vehicle Wednesday afternoon on the city’s north side. According to reports from Jacksonville Police, the victim is described as a Read More
          Florida Republican Gubernatorial Debate      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Republican frontrunners in the GOP gubernatorial race faced-off Wednesday in their second and final debate ahead of Florida’s August 28 th primary election, which is now less than three weeks away. The debate included Florida Agriculture Secretary Adam Putnam and U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis . The two men discussed and debated a number of hot button issues in this year’s election including healthcare, gun control and Florida’s environment – including the releases of nutrient-laden water from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee River, which is contributing to the current red tide and blue green algae crisis currently choking Southwest Florida waterways and killing marine life. The debate was held on the campus of Jacksonville University and was moderated by the University’s President Tim Cost . The event was sponsored by WJXT-TV and was carried by our sister station in the Florida Public Radio Network, WJCT-FM . In July, “Gulf Coast Live!” carried audio from the Democratic gubernatorial
          NFL Shop Completely Botches Jaguars Fan’s Jersey Order In The Worst Way      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Last season the Jacksonville Jaguars had the New England Patriots…
          Controls Systems Technician II      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, What you will do Performs assigned system commissioning using Johnson Controls configuration and commissioning tools. Troubleshoots and resolves basic HVAC mechanical, electrical, and controls problems. Responds to basic warranty calls. How you will do it Loads system-level controller software. Performs basic commissioning and system diagnostics from system-level controllers to end devices (i.e. s
          Controls Systems Designer I      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, What you will do Under direct supervision and using established standards, responsible for hardware designs and software programming for HVAC control systems to meet the intent of the project requirements. Provides detailed information and submittals to communicate design and operation to customers, consultants, Johnson Controls field installation team and subcontractors. Responds to basic warrant
          Controls Systems Technician I      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, What you will do Performs assigned system commissioning using Johnson Controls configuration and commissioning tools. Troubleshoots and resolves basic HVAC mechanical, electrical, and controls problems. Responds to basic warranty calls. How you will do it Loads system-level controller software. Performs basic commissioning and system diagnostics from system-level controllers to end devices (i.e. s
          Jaguars | Andrew Norwell a late scratch      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Jacksonville Jaguars OG Andrew Norwell (calf) has been ruled out of the first preseason game Thursday, Aug. 9, after dealing with some calf tightness during pregame warmups.
          What a difference a year makes for the Jaguars      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
It's pretty amazing how different it feels the day of the first Jacksonville Jaguars preseason game in 2018 than it did a year ago. The focus of the first preseason game last offseason was centered around quarterback Blake Bortles, and not for good reasons. Bortles had an up and down training camp
          Financial Customer Service Representative      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, I am currently assisting a fortune 500 company in filling multiple Financial Customer Service opportunities. The representative role is inclusive to an inbound phone team environment assisting clients, both internal (Financial Advisors) and external (participants in corporate sponsored retirement plans) with financial transactions and inquiries. This fast-paced work environment provides an excelle
          UI Tech Lead/.Net - Clear2Pay Consulting Americas, Inc - Milwaukee, WI      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FIS is a Fortune 500 company and is a member of Standard & Poor’s 500®Index. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, FIS serves more than 20,000 clients in over...
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          Senior Recruiter      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida Skills : recruiter, HR, taleo Description : Description: 3+ years as a Professional/ Executive Recruiter specializing in Technical Recruiting preferred -Prior experience recruiting top tier technology talent in an Agile environment and or distributed systems tech and executive level technology placements strongly desired -Prior experience recruiting tech professionals in and
          NFL protests: Why Yelpers are pouncing on Florida restaurant Beef O’Brady’s      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

In May, NFL owners unanimously approved a new policy that requires players to stand if they are on the field during the performance of the national anthem. The controversial new policy gave players the option to remain in the locker room if they so chose. This was meant to stop athletes from kneeling in silent protests aimed at raising awareness of racial and social injustice. The policy was put on hold, though, after the NFL Players Association filed a grievance, challenging it on the grounds that it infringed on players’ rights.

While the players and the league battle it out, a new player has entered the game: Beef O’Brady’s, which is not a new addition to the Jacksonville Jaguars but a Florida restaurant that’s trying to force the NFL’s hand.

According to FOX 13, the Brooksville, Florida, restaurant has posted signs explaining that it will not support the NFL this year because of its “lack of compassion and gratitude for our American service members.” While the players engaging in the protests have repeatedly stated that the protests have nothing to do with veterans, that smear tactic has been repeated by President Donald Trump and others in an attempt to undercut the players’ message.

The NFL is ostensibly on Beef O’Brady’s side, but its new policy doesn’t seem to be enough for the restaurant–which says it will not purchase the rights to air NFL games this season, noting, “Perhaps, it will make a difference if it hits their wallets.”

There’s no word on whether the NFL has noticed the diminutive protest yet, but Yelp commenters have. The restaurant’s page is now split into one- and five-star reviews, as people critique the politics and the quality of the chicken wings.


          Levine Highlights Ron DeSantis as Major Threat to Democrats      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Philip Levine is visiting campaign offices ahead of the primary election at the end of the month. Levine traveled to offices in both Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Thursday. He interacted with supporters and staff, asserting his belief that Republican front-runner Ron DeSantis poses the greatest threat to a Democratic victory in November. “This election […]
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          Retailers set import records ahead of planned and proposed tariffs      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — A new report shows that retailers — across all categories — are stocking up on Chinese consumer goods before the possibility of increased tariffs.

Imports at the nation's major retail container ports have set two new records this summer and are expected to set another this month, according to the monthly Global Port Tracker report released by the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates.

"Tariffs on most consumer products have yet to take effect but retailers appear to be getting prepared before that can happen," said Jonathan Gold, NRF's vice president for supply chain and customs policy. "We're seeing new record levels every month this summer. Much of that is to meet consumer demand as tax reform and a thriving economy drive retail sales, but part of it seems to be concern over what's to come."

Ports covered by Global Port Tracker handled 1.85 million Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units in June, the latest month for which after-the-fact numbers are available. That was up 1.6 percent from May and up 7.8 percent year-over-year. A TEU is one 20-foot-long cargo container or its equivalent.

July was estimated at 1.88 million TEU, up 4.4 percent year-over-year. August is forecast at 1.91 million TEU, up 4.4 percent; September at 1.82 million TEU, up 2.1 percent; October at 1.88 million, up 4.9 percent; November at 1.81 million TEU, up 2.6 percent, and December at 1.79 million TEU, up 4 percent.

The June number set a new record for the number of containers imported during a single month, beating the previous record of 1.83 million TEU set in August 2017. The July estimate – which is subject to revision when the numbers become final – appeared to take the record higher and August should set yet another record.

Global Port Tracker, which is produced for NRF by the consulting firm Hackett Associates, covers the ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach, Oakland, Seattle and Tacoma on the West Coast; New York/New Jersey, Port of Virginia, Charleston, Savannah, Port Everglades, Miami and Jacksonville on the East Coast, and Houston on the Gulf Coast. 

 


          Hospitalist Physician- Jacksonville, FL      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted on: 2018-08-09



Title: Hospitalist Physician
Location: Jacksonville, FL

Do you want to work for a company that Understands the Urgency, Never Gives Up, and Has the Courage to Excel in the forever changing medical industry? Then MedPartners Locum Tenens is the place for you! We have numerous opportunities for experienced Physicians with highly competitive pay rates.

The position requirements/information:

Hospitalist Physician MD or DO
BE/BC Internal Medicine or Family Practice
Specialty Interest Background in Cardiology, Pulmonology,
Infections Disease, Gerontology a plus
100% Adult
Hours: 7a 7p
5 On/5 Off Schedule
EMR: Allscripts
Med/Surg ICU managed by Intensivists
Dedicated Rapid Response Team

The benefits of working with MedPartners Locum Tenens include:
Flexibility work when, where and how often you'd like to work
Paid malpractice insurance
Pre-paid travel and housing expenses
Competitive compensation paid on a weekly basis
One-on-one attention and 24-hour access to your personal MedPartners consultant
Dedicated medical staff services that assist with credentialing and facility paperwork

MedPartners Locum Tenens is a leader in healthcare staffing throughout the United States. We specialize in placing well-qualified Physicians in Locum, Locum-to-Perm and Direct Hire staff and leadership positions. With more than 25 years of combined healthcare and Physician staffing experience, MedPartners Locum Tenens has the knowledge, resources, and proven industry commitment to help healthcare organizations and providers execute with the increasing demands of today's rapidly changing healthcare landscape.

Are you ready to make an impact with MedPartners Locum Tenens? Please apply via this website.


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          5 Democratic candidates for Florida governor to meet at town hall      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The five major Democratic candidates for Florida governor will be appearing side-by-side for possibly the last time before the Aug. 28 primary.

Jacksonville University and WJXT will host the candidates Thursday night in a town hall format.

Former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham, former Miami Beach Mayor...


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Originally posted on: http://blog.loethen.net/cwilliams/archive/2014/02/26/155536.aspx

The next 6 months are going to be pretty fun (and by fun, I mean hectic.) In addition to a couple of interesting side projects (writing & video), I'm also going back on the speaker circuit. Fortunately, I'll be able to tie a few of these stops to some "vacation" destinations.

3/18: GSP Developers (Greenville, SC)
4/22: Enterprise Developers Guild (Charlotte, NC)
5/15: WNC.NET (Asheville, NC)
7/11: Codestock (Knoxville, TN) TENTATIVE
8/07: RV.NUG (Roanoke, VA)
8/28: DevLink (Chattanooga, TN) TENTATIVE
9/13: Code Impact (Jacksonville, FL)


Taking the mystery out of CryptoCurrencies

Maybe you've heard of BitCoin, but what about LiteCoin, DogeCoin, AmericanCoin or BBQCoin? (Yes, really.) These are just a few of the available CryptoCurrencies that are showing up. If you've wondered what they are, how to get them, how they work, or what Bitcoin Mining is, then this is the talk for you.

Once you've got them, what do you do with them? We'll cover some code and show ways to leverage BitCoin and other CryptoCurrencies in your applications. Whether it's taking payments, or buying and selling the coins themselves.Taking the mystery out of CryptoCurrencies

Maybe you've heard of BitCoin, but what about LiteCoin, DogeCoin, AmericanCoin or BBQCoin? (Yes, really.) These are just a few of the available CryptoCurrencies that are showing up. If you've wondered what they are, how to get them, how they work, or what Bitcoin Mining is, then this is the talk for you.

Once you've got them, what do you do with them? We'll cover some code and show ways to leverage BitCoin and other CryptoCurrencies in your applications. Whether it's taking payments, or buying and selling the coins themselves.

          Call Center Representative      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, One of our financial vendors is seeking 5 CSRs for their Jacksonville, FL office. Start Date: 09/04/2018 *Bachelors Degree Required* JOB DUTIES • Retirement and Distribution Services is a call center based environment centrally focused around customer service. • Associates will be required to take incoming calls which will allow them to build skill sets relating to direct and indirect client inter
          Saints | Fast start for Tre'Quan Smith      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
New Orleans Saints WR Tre'Quan Smith caught four of his five targets for a team-high 48 yards in a 24-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the preseason Thursday, Aug. 9.
          Saints | Taysom Hill uses his arm and legs      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
New Orleans Saints QB Taysom Hill completed eight of his nine pass attempts for 72 yards and rushed seven times for 52 yards and a touchdown in a 24-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the preseason.
          Jaguars | Cody Kessler sharp in preseason      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Cody Kessler completed 14 of his 17 passes for 139 yards and a touchdown in a 24-20 loss to the New Orleans Saints in the preseason Thursday, Aug. 9.
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Tomberlin - Any Other Way.

Background - Tomberlin, the rising Louisville, KY-based artist, has released a video for "Any Other Way," the opener from her anticipated Saddle Creek debut album, At Weddings. On her deeply moving debut album At Weddings, Sarah Beth Tomberlin writes with the clarity and wisdom of an artist well beyond her years. Immeasurable space circulates within the album's ten songs, which set Tomberlin's searching voice against lush backdrops of piano and guitar. Like Julien Baker and Sufjan Stevens, she has a knack for transforming the personal into parable. Like Grouper, she has a feel for the transcendent within the ordinary.

Born in Jacksonville, Florida, and now based in Louisville, Kentucky, Tomberlin wrote most of At Weddings while living with her family in southern Illinois during her late teens and early twenties. At 16, she finished her homeschooling curriculum and went to college at a private Christian school she describes, only half-jokingly, as a "cult." By 17, she had dropped out of school, returned home, and begun to face a period of difficult transition in her life. The daughter of a Baptist pastor, Tomberlin found herself questioning not only her faith, but her identity, her purpose, and her place in the world.

"I was working, going to school, and experiencing heavy isolation," Tomberlin says of the time when she first began writing the songs on At Weddings. "It felt monotonous, like endless nothingness. It was a means to get through to the next step of life." In songwriting, Tomberlin found relief and lucidity she had trouble articulating otherwise. When she was 19, she wrote "Tornado" on her parents' piano, and began to develop confidence in her music. A year later, she had written enough songs to fill an album.

Throughout At Weddings, Tomberlin's lyrics yearn for stability and belonging, a near-universal desire among young people learning to define themselves on their own terms for the first time. "I am a tornado with big green eyes and a heartbeat," she sings on "Tornado," her voice stretching to the top of her range. Rich, idiosyncratic imagery - a fly killed with a self-help book, brown paper bags slashed violently open, clouds that weep over a lost love - sidle up to profound realizations about learning to be alive in this world. "To be a woman is to be in pain," Tomberlin notes on "I'm Not Scared." On "A Video Game," she muses, "I wish I was a hero with something beautiful to say."

At Weddings is laden with reverence for music itself, for the power it has to heal others and help people navigate their lives. It is a record about learning to love oneself and others without reservation, from a place of deep sincerity - a lifelong challenge whose tribulations Tomberlin articulates beautifully. "My number one goal with my music is for honesty and transparency that helps other people find ways to exist," she says. With At Weddings, this remarkable young songwriter offers up comfort and wonder in equal measure. WEBSITE.


Back in June we featured 'Seventeen' describing the song as "a seriously good singer, songwriter track, with gorgeous vocals and a beautifully crafted musical arrangement that adds even more emotion." Now we have a new video for 'Any Other Way' the opening song on 'At Weddings', a beautiful album, as is further evidenced by this adorable piece. If either of these songs have grabbed your attention, I would suggest that making a little time to explore the remaining material, will be both rewarding and delight you even more.


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Caezar - Hold On.

Background - UK natives Caezar have announced their much-anticipated debut EP ‘Hail!’ and have just shared their exciting new single with the world, titled ‘Hold On’. The group will be making their release through RG Records and have had the pleasure of having Justin Broad on board as the producer for this latest project, who has produced for names such as Jessie J, Emeli Sandé, Izzy Bizu and Corinne Bailey Rae. ‘Hail!’ also boasts mastering by formidable mastering engineer Stuart Hawkes, who’s work on artists such as Amy Winehouse, Clean Bandit, Rudimental and has been indispensable to pop music the world over. Playing alongside giant names such as Hozier, James Bay and Jack Garrett, Caezar can really hold their own in the scene and have had the pleasure of playing at the award-winning independent Barn on the Farm Festival as well as being featured on the acclaimed radio platform BBC Music Introducing, who have discovered many exceptional UK artists in the pop-rock genre such as Declan McKenna and Catfish and the Bottlemen.

Hailing from the unassuming town of Cheltenham, the two founding members of Caezar, Chris Quiqley and Rich Gills decided to take their passion for music to the next level when the pair found themselves both suffering from sports injuries that meant they would no longer be able to play rugby for their local club. It was under the lights of the rugby pitch where the two ex-players decided that they would take their previously hidden musical talents to the stage. When Zoe joined the band in 2017, the trio really found their niche. Her soft synths and sweet-as-honey backing vocals helped build on the unique crossover of pop, indie and rock elements that make up the band’s special sound.

Caezar’s single ‘Hold On’ starts off with an infectious guitar lick that sets the mood of the song - pensive but upbeat. When Chris Quigley’s vocals enter the mix, it’s easy to hear that the group can be likened to modern pop-rock heroes Imagine Dragons and Bastille. The band’s mix of skillfully-played live instruments and expertly produced electronic beats coupled with strong, melodic lead vocals creates an impressively versatile sound. While there is a clear thoughtfulness in the lyricism and delivery of ‘Hold On’, the track still manages to create an uplifting, anthemic mood, with a dash of funk thrown in, much like the work of Will Heard. The track is one that’ll touch the listener on an emotional level while still making sure that the dance floor is packed with bodies moving to the crisp, fun beats.

The band explained that, “Just because you love someone, doesn't mean it's right. ‘Hold On’ was written out of the conflicted feelings of breaking up with someone who you still love. The track was one of the first songs the band wrote, and has since come to life after years of performing the track at festivals and finally in the studio with Justin Broad.” WEBSITE.


A sophisticated yet understated guitar opening on 'Hold On' is quickly joined by some addictive and captivating vocals and background harmonies. The song is undoubtedly cool and slick, what makes it stand out is the soulful delivery and the seemingly suppressed emotion within the vocals.

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          Tickets on Sale for Nicky Wheeler Memorial Bull Riding in Jacksonville -- Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(MENAFN Editorial) Tuff Hedeman Breakout Series Raises Money for Cherokee County 4-H and FFA Celebrated cowboy philanthropist Nicky Wheeler to be remembered with local event ...
          Saints’ back-up QB battle will be fun to watch      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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It’s time! Beginning at 6 p.m. today, New Orleans Saints’ football is back.
The Saints kick off the 2018 preseason on the road facing the Jacksonville Jaguars, and there’s plenty of intrigue surrounding preseason training camp this year.
Most of that intrigue centers at the quarterback position, where the big question is who will back up 39-year-old starter Drew Brees.

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          Sharks Playoff Preview      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
JACKSONVILLE - The Jacksonville Sharks (10-6) travel up to Greensboro, North Carolina to take on the Carolina Cobras (10-5) in the 2018 National Arena... - NAL Jacksonville Sharks
          Junior Process Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Job Description: AppleOne is currently seeking Junior Process Engineer for a full time opportunity with one of our clients in Jacksonville, Florida. This position offer great benefits and salary. If you are looking to join an expanding team, please apply today. JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES " Analyze the root cause of production process issue and recommend corrective actions "Responsible for coord
          Junior Equipment Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Job Description: AppleOne is currently seeking a few Equipment Engineer for a full time opportunity with one of our clients in Jacksonville, Florida. This position offer great benefits and salary. If you are looking to join an expanding team, please apply today. JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Report to the Equipment Manager, to cooperate daily maintenance of machines, equipment and electro-mechanic
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          Labb, Hazel R.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hazel R. (Baver) Labb of Jacksonville, FL passed away July 24, 2018 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. She was born August 12, 1941 in...
          Jaguars' Bortles solid in exhibition opener against Saints      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Aug. 9, 2018 10:01 PM EDT JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Blake Bortles completed 6 of 9 passes for 53 yards and scored on a short bootleg in Jacksonville’s 24-20 loss to New Orleans in the exhibition opener for both teams Thursday night. Bortles was poised in the pocket and nearly perfect in ...
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          Jacksonville police looking for robbery suspects considered armed, dangerous      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Jacksonville police are searching for two men they say robbed several gas stations at gun point.
          Junior Process Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Job Description: AppleOne is currently seeking Junior Process Engineer for a full time opportunity with one of our clients in Jacksonville, Florida. This position offer great benefits and salary. If you are looking to join an expanding team, please apply today. JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES " Analyze the root cause of production process issue and recommend corrective actions "Responsible for coord
          Junior Equipment Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Job Description: AppleOne is currently seeking a few Equipment Engineer for a full time opportunity with one of our clients in Jacksonville, Florida. This position offer great benefits and salary. If you are looking to join an expanding team, please apply today. JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Report to the Equipment Manager, to cooperate daily maintenance of machines, equipment and electro-mechanic
          (USA-FL-Jacksonville) Account Manager 1 Ret & Dev      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Level 1 Account Manager 1 - Key Roles/Responsibilities: Monitor/track existing/new sales for delivery of solutions meeting a wide variety of customer needs for AT&T products/services/systems/solutions. With the aid of support group, identifies sales solutions. Builds/maintains network of colleagues/customers to share information and obtain service delivery information. May support resolution of customer disputes and accounts receivable discrepancies (i.e. billing, installation, customer issues). Takes initiative/accountability for producing desired results. Partnering with support, identifies and drives lifecycle sales opportunities to closure, focusing on customer service. Support contract renewal efforts for assigned accounts, generates contract addendums, and maintains contract expiration inventories. Establishes/maintains productive long- term networks/relationships with customers. Demonstrates working knowledge of the organizations entire product/service line. Partners with clients to understand business needs, issues, strategies and priorities to deliver valuable solutions. Develops responses to Request for Proposals. Identifies key trends/customer needs, leverages industry knowledge/applications, utilizes consultative skills to close sales for assigned accounts in accordance with company policy, procedures and culture. Owns account relationship and responsible for meeting revenue objectives. Demonstrates progressive record of sales achievement. May aid in devising direct sales plans/strategies. May develop strategic initiatives to grow/retain the revenue stream of assigned moderately complex accounts/projects.
          5 Democratic candidates for Florida governor to meet at town hall      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The five major Democratic candidates for Florida governor appeared together Thursday night for possibly the last time before the Aug. 28 primary at a town hall sponsored by WJXT and Jacksonville University.

They came on stage together, then took questions individually as the others went offstage....


          HVAC - SR. MECHANICAL ENGINEER - MSI International      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Job Description: HVAC SR. MECHANICAL ENGINEER Sr. HVAC Mechanical Engineer needed for MEP consulting company near Jacksonville, FL. The need is for an HVAC Mechanical Engineer experienced in building design. The HVAC Mechanical Engineer will lead projects, design projects and work with the client. The HVAC Mechanical Engineer must have a BSME, experience with LEED projects desired, AUTOCAD or REVI
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FL-Jacksonville, Job Description: AppleOne is currently seeking a few Equipment Engineer for a full time opportunity with one of our clients in Jacksonville, Florida. This position offer great benefits and salary. If you are looking to join an expanding team, please apply today. JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Report to the Equipment Manager, to cooperate daily maintenance of machines, equipment and electro-mechanic
          A win, but Payton says Saints “struggled”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
It was a win, but for Saints head coach Sean Payton, one that was unimpressive. The Saints scored the last 14 points in a 24-20 win Thursday night over the Jaguars in Jacksonville in the preseason opener for both clubs. “Early in the game, offensively and defensively, we struggled,” said Payton. “Honestly, I don’t know when we forced them to punt.” The Saints did not force a Jacksonville punt until 19 seconds left in the second quarter. The Saints winning […]
          Who Dat! Local celebrities predict how many wins & losses Saints will have this season      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saints football is back as the New Orleans Saints take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first pre-season game.  News with a Twist Reporter Kenny Lopez caught up with some local celebrities to find out what their Saints predictions are for this season!
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FL-Jacksonville, What you will do Apprentices shall perform all pneumatic control systems and mechanical equipment service and all other work coming under the labor agreement assigned by the Employer, limited only by their capabilities as determined by the Employer, at the respective apprentice rate of pay, and shall perform all assigned work under the direction of the Employer. How you will do it Troubleshoots an
          Several NFL games see players continue to protest racial injustice during national anthem      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games. That includes Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and Jacksonville.

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

In Philadelphia, Eagles...


          NITROGLYCERIN LINGUAL (Nitroglycerin) Spray [Jacksonville Pharmaceuticals, Inc.]      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Cop handcuffs 11-year-old boy for bouncing basketball, mom says      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

An overzealous cop slapped handcuffs on an 11-year-old boy who wouldn't stop bouncing a basketball after a game, the kid’s mom said.

Fatayi Jomoh was bouncing the ball after a game at the Police Athletic League of Jacksonville when an officer repeatedly asked him to stop. He didn’t — and was cuffed,...


          NFL locals roundup: Taysom Hill scores, leads Saints in passing, rushing in comeback win      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Taysom Hill used a 12-play fourth-quarter touchdown drive to help New Orleans rally past the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20...
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Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games. That includes Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and Jacksonville.

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

In Philadelphia, Eagles...


          Troop 119 spruces up Jacksonville Cemetery      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By Ashley M. Casey Staff Writer Two Eagle Scout candidates from Baldwinsville’s Troop 119 are pitching in at Jacksonville Rural Cemetery as they work toward the highest rank the Boy Scouts of America offer. With the help of his fellow Boy Scouts, Noah Gillette recently repainted the chapel. His fellow Eagle Scout candidate Josh Gizowski […]
          86141 Cartesian Pointe Drive (Berkshire Hathaway (VisualTour)) $182,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Take advantage of this exceptionally priced 3 beds, two bathrooms home in Cartesian Pointe - just down the street from the Nassau County Government Center, Florida State College campus, the the new Wildlight Community that features a new primary school and plans for extensive shopping areas, restaurants, medical center and YMCA. Convenient to A1A & Interstate 95 making an easy commute to Jacksonville and Georgia. Home has 1,732 square ft of living space with a garage for 2 cars, fenced rear yard and has been a great rental property for the owners/agents. But home could use some cosmetic TLC - so, property is currently being sold "As Is" until estimates are obtained, improvements start and the price increases. HVAC system replaced in July 2017 and side-by-side refrigerator new as of June 2018.

          Construction Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Full service General Construction Company specializing in tenant build outs and ground up construction is seeking a Project Manager to join their team. Over 30 years of knowledge and experience, coupled with high standards has made the company a leader in North Florida. Customer satisfaction continues to be of great value and the ultimate goal of every job. THE POSITION: This individual will be re
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Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games. That includes Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and Jacksonville.

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

In Philadelphia, Eagles...


          Demeritte Blasts Two Homers and Scores Five Runs in Mississippi's 16-8 Rout of Jacksonville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
JACKSONVILLE, FL - Travis Demeritte went 3-for-4 with two home runs, four RBI and five runs scored in the Mississippi Braves' 16-8 rout of the Jackson... - SL Mississippi Braves
          Mid-Level Mechanic      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Goodyear owns and operates more than 600 tire and auto service centers nationwide. We offer a fun, fast pace work environment, with competitive base pay. Our comprehensive benefit package includes medical plans, 401k, certification reimbursement and paid vacations. At Goodyear we invest in you and your future by providing excellent training for our technician, sales team and management positions.
          Customer Service Representative - Great Team Environment      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Job Description: This Customer Service Representative Position Features: ? Great Team Environment ? Growing Company ? Temp To Perm Opportunities ? Great Pay Immediate need for customer service representative seeking a great team environment with a growing company. Temporary to permanent opportunities available. Customer service is a must as well as a pleasant demeanor all the time. Will be respons
          Financial Customer Service Representative      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, I am currently assisting a fortune 500 company in filling multiple Financial Customer Service opportunities. The representative role is inclusive to an inbound phone team environment assisting clients, both internal (Financial Advisors) and external (participants in corporate sponsored retirement plans) with financial transactions and inquiries. This fast-paced work environment provides an excelle
          TSG Support Technician with Driving      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-JACKSONVILLE, Job Description: Provides support activities in an assigned area. Performs equipment exchange and recording inventory controls, software installations and program updates, troubleshooting and problem resolution on computer and Telecommunication systems. Train users on supported software and hardware with understanding of technology from a user perspective as well as technical perspective. Assist u
          Sr. Construction Sales Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, What you will do Under general direction is responsible for the sale of Johnson Controls BE offerings to mechanical contractors, designers and consulting engineers. Promote the Johnson Controls value proposition to construction community by providing business and technical solutions. Builds and manages long term customer relationships/partnerships with assigned accounts. Responsible for customer s
          Retail Direct Mortgage Sales Coach      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, FL, The Retail Direct Sales Coach will provide key support in coaching and training for Retail Direct Sales. This role will be responsible for mentoring, coaching, training and analyzing Retail Direct Loan Officers; specifically tasked with working alongside Loan Officers to provide sales coaching in an effort to increase overall performance and customer satisfaction. Responsibilities also include des
          Helpers      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Seeking helpers to assist their full time employees completing a project when they are ultimately going to be repainting a small Navy vessel. Contractors will be doing surface prep work where they will be scraping and grinding off existing paint and/or taping off areas to prep for painting. About Aerotek: We know that a company's success starts with its employees. We also know that an individual's
          Senior Recruiter      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Business Analyst (logistics/ transportation/ supply chain) FULLTIME      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Alluvion Staffing is seeking an IT Business Analyst for an immediate full time direct hire role with a client (transportation/ logistics) in Jacksonville, FL. Overview: Strong communication Agile Project Experience Must have experience in Logistics, Transportation, Supply Chain Management, etc. Preference for experience with Transportation Management Software Proficiency with the Rational Suite, i
          Construction Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FL-Jacksonville, Full service General Construction Company specializing in tenant build outs and ground up construction is seeking a Project Manager to join their team. Over 30 years of knowledge and experience, coupled with high standards has made the company a leader in North Florida. Customer satisfaction continues to be of great value and the ultimate goal of every job. THE POSITION: This individual will be re
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          Several NFL games see players continue to protest racial injustice during national anthem      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games. That includes Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and Jacksonville.

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

In Philadelphia, Eagles...


          Four Jacksonville Jaguars Players Not On Field For National Anthem      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
For the 3rd-straight year, the NFL has a National Anthem issue and it started right away during the first preseason game for several teams. Just before their game against the New Orleans Saints, four Jaguars players didn’t bother to show their faces on the field during the playing of the National Anthem. Telvin Smith, Jalen […]
          NFL locals roundup: Taysom Hill leads Saints in passing, rushing in comeback win; Luke Falk throws TD in pro debut      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Taysom Hill used a 12-play fourth-quarter touchdown drive to help New Orleans rally past the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20...
          Allstate Insurance Company.: Business Security Compliance Coordinator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Not Specified: Allstate Insurance Company.: Where good people build rewarding careers.Think that working in the insurance field cant be exciting, rewarding and challenging? Think again. Youll he Jacksonville, Florida
          86141 Cartesian Pointe Drive (Berkshire Hathaway (VisualTour)) $182,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Take advantage of this exceptionally priced 3 beds, two bathrooms home in Cartesian Pointe - just down the street from the Nassau County Government Center, Florida State College campus, the the new Wildlight Community that features a new primary school and plans for extensive shopping areas, restaurants, medical center and YMCA. Convenient to A1A & Interstate 95 making an easy commute to Jacksonville and Georgia. Home has 1,732 square ft of living space with a garage for 2 cars, fenced rear yard and has been a great rental property for the owners/agents. But home could use some cosmetic TLC - so, property is currently being sold "As Is" until estimates are obtained, improvements start and the price increases. HVAC system replaced in July 2017 and side-by-side refrigerator new as of June 2018.

          Andrew Luck makes return as Colts top Seahawks 19-17      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

SEATTLE – Andrew Luck returned to game action for the first time since the final week of the 2016 season, leading Indianapolis on a pair of field-goal drives in just over a quarter in the Colts’ 19-17 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday night.

The reintroduction of Luck as the Colts’ leader started with a 17-yard swing pass to Marlon Mack on the first play. It concluded early in the second quarter when his pass intended for T.Y. Hilton was broken up. In between, Luck was bear-hugged by Seattle All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner on a scramble run, sacked by Rasheem Green, and also showed flashes his surgically repaired right shoulder is ready to allow him to again be a premier quarterback.

Luck completed 6 of 9 passes for 64 yards, most of that coming on the opening drive when he hit 5 of 7. Luck completed passes to five receivers and threw from a clean pocket on most of his dropbacks, even with starting left tackle Anthony Castonzo not playing.

It had been nearly 600 days since Luck was last on the field, when he threw for 321 yards in a 24-20 win over Jacksonville on Jan. 1, 2017. For one night, Luck looked like his pre-surgery form.

Adam Vinatieri made field goals of 33, 51 and 45 yards in the first half, and Michael Badgley’s 34-yarder late in the third quarter gave Indianapolis a 12-10 lead. Phillip Walker added a 10-yard TD pass to Darrell Daniels early in the fourth quarter.

Luck’s counterpart from the 2012 draft, Russell Wilson, played one series for Seattle. Wilson was 4 of 5 for 43 yards and capped his only drive with a 5-yard touchdown pass to tight end Nick Vannett. It was Wilson’s first action playing in the offense of new coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, which will be heavily tilted toward the run. Second-year running back Chris Carson averaged 6.5 yards per carry in limited action.

Seattle’s defense scored with 3:15 left when an errant snap was recovered by Joey Ivie for a touchdown.

Three Seattle players ran into the tunnel leading to the team’s locker room prior to the national anthem.

Defensive linemen Branden Jackson and Quinton Jefferson, and offensive lineman Duane Brown left the field following team introductions and before the start of the anthem. They returned to the sideline immediately after it concluded. All three were among a group of Seattle players that sat during the anthem last season.

There were no other actions by either Seattle or Indianapolis players during the performance of anthem.

Indianapolis safety Shamarko Thomas was ejected late in the fourth quarter after a helmet-to-helmet hit on Seattle wide receiver David Moore.

Seattle rookie linebacker Shaquem Griffin was all over the field in his debut. Griffin led Seattle with nine tackles, flashing the speed that made him a star in college. But he was also bullied on one play when Indianapolis tight end Jack Doyle used his size to create separation from Griffin on contact and made a 9-yard reception from Luck.

The most significant injury was Mack leaving late in the first quarter with a hamstring issue. Mack had four carries and two receptions in the first quarter. He wasn’t likely to get much more action, but is still a concern going forward. Seattle backup offensive tackle Isaiah Battle limped off the field with a knee injury in the third quarter. Battle had been gaining on Germain Ifedi for the starting right tackle spot. Rookie tackle Jamarco Jones also had to be carted off in the fourth quarter after appearing to injure his left ankle.

Indianapolis also lost wide receivers James Wright and Deon Cain to knee injuries during the game.


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          8/9/2018: GOP Debate; #RealTalk; Farmers Markets; Cultural Council Symposium: Kerry Speckman      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Thursday on First Coast Connect we heard a review of Wednesday night’s GOP governor’s race debate with Director of Jacksonville University’s Public Policy Institute Rick Mullaney and FSCJ Political Science professor Daniel Cronrath (01:28). Our latest edition of #realtalk with host Charles Griggs discussed African-American owned businesses in Jacksonville with Suzanne Pickett , Executive Director of the Jacksonville Cultural Development Corporation; Ronnie King , CEO of software development company Scratchwerk LLC; JeffriAnne Wilder , Research Scientist with the National Center for Women and Information Technology and Dane Grey , and President of Elite Parking Services (27:16). We heard about National Farmers Market Week with co-founder of DIG Local Network and Atlantic Beach Commissioner Brittany Norris (36:55). Patrick Fisher with the The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville told us about his group’s upcoming Entrepreneur Symposium for Creatives . (46:00). Kerry Speckman told us
          Florida’s German Invasion      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In early summer 1942 a German submarine, U-584, lay off the coast of Florida close to Jacksonville. On June 16th it surfaced and a small rubber inflatable dinghy was launched. Four men hastily climbed into the tiny craft. They wore swimming trunks and woollen caps. They each had a suitcase containing a variety of American […]
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Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games. That includes Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and Jacksonville.

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

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          Several NFL games see players continue to protest racial injustice during national anthem      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games. That includes Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and Jacksonville.

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

In Philadelphia, Eagles...


          (USA-NC-Jacksonville) Pipe Layer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Company Overview: Barnhill Contracting Company’s success is built on the values, principles and vision of the man – Robert E. Barnhill, Sr. – whose name we proudly bear. Robert Barnhill built this company on a foundational belief that there is power in people. He was a motivator. A hard worker. A leader of leaders. His passion for people and his firm belief in the Golden Rule – treating others as you want to be treated – still drive us today. We are firm, flexible and honest. We do the right thing, every single time. We empower our leaders in the field to be decision makers. We are easy to work with – a core philosophy that is both intentional and deliberate. One that requires discipline. Grit. All of these qualities, along with our founder’s vision, have helped grow Barnhill Contracting Company into one of the Southeast’s leading contractors. Our success is built from the dedicated service of each and every one of our employees. Construction is hard work – long hours and immense pressure to meet critical deadlines – and we are proud to employ the most talented group of people in the industry. When you join the Barnhill team, you become part of the Barnhill Family. Job Description: Perform general labor duties, including a designated spotter for trucks and equipment, on a grading crew Job Duties & Responsibilities: + Performs various skilled tasks which are associated with grading and pipe installation operations. This includes but not limited shoveling or leveling stone or dirt. + Will be working in trenches and excavations so experience is essential. + Uses various tools such as shovel, broom, pick, hammer, saw, pneumatic hammer or drill, tamp, concrete saw. + May operate some types of equipment such as front loader or small compactors. + Job may include perform duties such as mason or concrete work. Minimum Qualifications & Training: + Experience / 2 years in pipe installation. + Encourage a valid NC Driver License. + Willingness to learn multiple task of the pipe operation. + Ability to abide by precise instructions and strict but necessary safety rules and policies of trenching and excavation. + Must be a reliable and trust worthy individual that will be a team player. + Maintain a good attendance and safety record. Tasks Essential to Job Functions: + The job requires the following motions: standing, walking, stretching, bending, lifting, pulling, twisting, throwing, reaching and squatting. + Requires regular lifting of 25 pounds and occasionally up to 50 pounds. + Walking and standing may require a full day of 12 to 15 hours. + Will be exposed to sometimes extreme hot and cold temperatures. + Job requires riding to and from work on personal vehicle. If the driving of a company vehicle is required then the guidelines of the company driver qualification standards must be met. What We Offer: + Choice of Health Insurance options (BCBSNC) + Dental + Short Term and Long Term Disability Insurance + Life Insurance + Paid Time Off + 401(k) + Profit Sharing + Employee Assistance Program (EAP) + Wellness Program + Corporate Chaplains of America
          (USA-CA-Long Beach) Clinical Services Trainer (Registered Nurse)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Provides standardized training programs for plan staff to improve quality, control medical costs and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations and guidelines. Responsible for the development and implementation of training curriculum for Utilization Management, Case Management, and LTSS staff. • Responsible for evaluation of training effectiveness to ensure staff understanding and readiness. • Educates staff on Molina standard programs and systems - Works with Health Plan leaders to ensure state specific regulations are included in training materials - Educates licensed staff regarding proper clinical judgment and approaches to proper decision making - Trains inter-disciplinary teams to collaborate in order to improve member quality of life and to control costs - Assists Care Review Clinicians with methods to present cases at multidisciplinary rounds - Ensures healthcare services staff understand professional standards of documentation • Implements new employee orientation for health care service staff - Provides training for current staff for new programs or key initiatives - Provides training for system implementations and upgrades - Reeducates staff when deficiencies in performance are identified. • Ensures staff attendance is recorded for trainings for record keeping and compliance. • Acts as an information and problem solving resource for healthcare services staff. • 30% travel required. Job Qualifications Required Education Completion of an accredited Registered Nurse (RN) Program and an Associate's or Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, Required Experience • 3 or more years in case, disease or utilization management; managed care; or medical/behavioral health settings. • Experience demonstrating knowledge of adult educational/ learning theory and practice. • Experience working independently and handling multiple projects simultaneously. • Experience demonstrating knowledge of applicable state, and federal regulations/requirements. • Proficient in MS/Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Required License, Certification, Association Active, unrestricted State Registered Nursing (RN) License Must have valid driver's license with good driving record and be able to drive within applicable state or locality with reliable transportation. . Preferred Education Bachelor's Degree in Nursing Preferred Experience 5 or more years in case, disease or utilization management; managed care; or medical/behavioral health settings. One year of training delivery and/or development experience. Preferred License, Certification, Association Certified Case Manager (CCM), Utilization Management Certification (CPHM), Certified Professional in Health Care Quality, or other related certification. To all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing. Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V. **Job:** **Healthcare Services* **Organization:** **Corporate* **Title:** *Clinical Services Trainer (Registered Nurse)* **Location:** *CA-Long Beach-MOLINA200* **Requisition ID:** *1804224* **Other Locations:** *US-CA-San Diego-SDSKY, US-TX-Richardson-UNITAS, US-TX-Plano-TXPLA, US-UT-Midvale-UTMID, US-SC-North Charleston-MHICH, US-CA-Sacramento-SACRAMENT, US-CO-Aurora-DENAURVO, US-IL-Champaign-CHAMPVO, US-IL-Oak Brook-OAKBROOK, US-TX-San Antonio-TXBEXAR, US-CO-Colorado Springs-COLSPRVO, US-FL-Tampa-TAMPA, US-NY-Syracuse-SYRACLI, US-FL-Tallahassee-WCOLLEGE, US-LA-Baton Rouge-BATON8591, US-UT-West Valley City-SLCCL, US-MI-Flint-MIFLINT, US-IL-Chicago-ILCHI, US-IL-Peoria-PEORVO, US-IL-Bloomington-BLOOMVO, US-TX-Houston-TXHARRIS, US-MI-Grand Rapids-GRAMI, US-TX-Irving-TXWESTRIDG, US-UT-Midvale-UTAH, US-IL-Centreville-CENTREVO, US-UT-Orem-OREM, US-TX-El Paso-TXELP, US-NM-Albuquerque-IT DATA, US-FL-Jacksonville-FLJAX, US-NY-Syracuse-SYRACUSE, US-MS-Jackson-ONEJACK, US-FL-West Palm Beach-FLWPA, US-MI-Troy-TROY, US-AZ-Tucson-TUCSVO, US-FL-Doral-MIAMI8300, US-MS-Jackson-MSFLOW, US-ID-Skyline-IDFALLVO, US-WA-Spokane-SPOKANE, US-CA-Victorville-CAVIC, US-AZ-Phoenix-PHXVO, US-ID-Kamiah-NEZVO, US-ID-Boise-BOISE17, US-TX-Edinburg-TXEDI, US-SC-Cayce-MHISC, US-OK-Oklahoma City-OKOKL, US-TX-Laredo-TXLAREDO, US-ID-Boise-BOISE16, US-ID-Boise-BOISE, US-LA-Monroe-ULM, US-NY-Ithaca-ITHACAVO, US-WI-Milwaukee-WIMIL, US-VA-Glen Allen-GLEN ALLE, US-OH-Independence-INDEPEN, US-FL-Orlando-ORLVO, US-ID-Alameda-POCATVO, US-FL-Riviera Beach-FLRIV, US-IL-East Saint Louis-ESTLVO, US-NY-Cortland-CORTVO, US-UT-Salt Lake City-SALTLAKE, US-ID-Twin Falls-TWINFLSVO, US-LA-Baton Rouge-BATON8545, US-CA-San Bernardino-SANBNRDO, US-VA-Glen Allen-VAGLEN, US-MI-Detroit-DETMI, US-OH-Cincinnati-CINCINNATI, US-WV-Charleston-CHARLESTO, US-ME-Augusta-45COMMERC, US-NY-Syracuse-NYSYR, US-NC-Raleigh-RALCTYPL, US-WA-Wenatchee-WENAT, US-NY-Syracuse-NYCLAY, US-VA-Virginia Beach-VBO2, US-WI-Milwaukee-WATERS, US-VA-Turnpike-MERIFIELD, US-FL-West Palm Beach-WPALMVO, US-MO-St. Louis-STLOUISVO, US-NM-Las Cruces-JNMLCR, US-MO-Saint Louis-STLOUIS, US-WA-Bothell-BOTHELL, US-NM-Albuquerque-NMALBT, US-DC-Washington-MHIDC, US-FL-Naples-NAPLESVO, US-TX-Irving-TXIRV, US-FL-Pensacola-PENSAVO, US-ID-Coeur d Alene-COEURVO, US-VA-Herndon-HERNDON, US-VA-Fredericksbrg-FREDVA, US-WA-Everett-EVERETTMA, US-MS-Tupelo-TUPELOVO, US-IL-Springfield-SPRINGFIEL, US-MS-Gulfport-GULFPTVO, US-NJ-Trenton-HAMILT3705, US-NJ-Hamilton-HAMILT3635, US-OH-Columbus-OHCORPX, US-WA-Vancouver-WAVAN, US-IL-Lake Forest-LAKEFRVO, US-MI-Dearborn-Dearborn, US-MS-Jackson-Jackson*
          Several NFL games see players continue to protest racial injustice during national anthem      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games. That includes Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and Jacksonville.

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

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          9 August 1891: Henry Peter Hastert is born on this day       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
August 9, 1891
David City, Butler County, Nebraska

Henry Peter HASTERT is born on this day, son of Nicholas HASTERT (1842-1913) from Mensdorf and Catherine SCHUH (1850-1918) from Sandweiler, Luxembourg. They married in Chicago, Illinois on August 22, 1871, just a couple of months prior to the devastating Great Chicago Fire. The couple moved to Nebraska, settling in David City, Butler County where relatives and other immigrants from Sandweiler had settled. Ten (known) children were born to the couple. Son Henry Peter HASTERT marries Kathryn SCHLESSER (1894-1993), born in Struble, Plymouth County, Iowa, one of also ten children born to Nicholas SCHLESSER (1844-1931) and Elisabeth NOTHEM (1861-1895), from Bissen, Luxembourg. They were married on February 10, 1880. Nicholas SCHLESSER’s village of origin in Luxembourg could be Kayl or one of the neighboring villages.
Henry Peter HASTERT dies in Los Angeles, California on May 31, 1956 and Kathryn Helen HASTERT, née SCHLESSER dies there on January 31, 1993.

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          Several NFL games see players continue to protest racial injustice during national anthem      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games. That includes Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and Jacksonville.

Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

In Philadelphia, Eagles...


          Frontier / Volaris schedules codeshare launch in late-August 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Frontier Airlines and Volaris starting late-August 2018 launches reciprocal codeshare partnership, covering service between US and Mexico, as well as domestic service within each country. A total of 51 Volaris routes and 120 Frontier routes will display both Y4 and F9-coded flight numbers.

Frontier Airlines operated by Volaris
Aguascalientes – Los Angeles
Cancun – Aguascalientes
Cancun – Chihuahua
Cancun – Guadalajara
Cancun – Leon/Guanajuato
Cancun – Mexico City
Cancun – Monterrey
Cancun – Puebla
Cancun – Queretaro
Cancun – Tijuana
Cancun – Tuxtla Gutierrez
Chihuahua – Denver
Culiacan – Phoenix
Durango – Los Angeles
Guadalajara – Austin
Guadalajara – Chicago O’Hare
Guadalajara – Dallas/Ft. Worth
Guadalajara – Denver
Guadalajara – Fresno
Guadalajara – Houston
Guadalajara – Las Vegas
Guadalajara – Los Angeles
Guadalajara – Miami
Guadalajara – Milwaukee
Guadalajara – Morelia
Guadalajara – Ontario
Guadalajara – Orlando
Guadalajara – Phoenix
Guadalajara – Portland OR
Guadalajara – Reno
Guadalajara – Sacramento
Guadalajara – San Antonio
Guadalajara – San Francisco
Guadalajara – San Jose CA
Guadalajara – Seattle
Huatulco – Chicago O’Hare
Leon/Guanajuato – Los Angeles
Mexico City – Chicago O’Hare
Mexico City – Denver
Mexico City – Las Vegas
Mexico City – Los Angeles
Mexico City – Miami
Mexico City – San Antonio
Mexico City – San Francisco
Morelia – Fresno
Morelia – Los Angeles
Morelia – San Jose CA
Oaxaca – Los Angeles
Uruapan – Los Angeles
Zacatecas – Los Angeles
Zacatecas – San Jose CA

Volaris operated by Frontier Airlines
Chicago O’Hare – Cancun
Chicago O’Hare – Colorado Springs
Chicago O’Hare – Islip
Chicago O’Hare – Jacksonville
Chicago O’Hare – Las Vegas
Chicago O’Hare – Orlando
Chicago O’Hare – Pensacola
Chicago O’Hare – Phoenix
Chicago O’Hare – Syracuse NY
Chicago O’Hare – Tampa
Chicago O’Hare – Trenton
Cleveland – Cancun
Denver – Atlanta
Denver – Bismarck
Denver – Boise
Denver – Bozeman
Denver – Branson
Denver – Buffalo
Denver – Cancun
Denver – Cedar Rapids
Denver – Charlotte
Denver – Chicago O’Hare
Denver – Cincinnati
Denver – Cleveland
Denver – Dallas/Ft. Worth
Denver – Des Moines
Denver – Detroit
Denver – Fargo
Denver – Fort Myers
Denver – Fresno
Denver – Houston
Denver – Huntsville
Denver – Jackson Hole
Denver – Jackson MS
Denver – Las Vegas
Denver – Little Rock
Denver – Los Angeles
Denver – Madison
Denver – Miami
Denver – Milwaukee
Denver – Minneapolis/St. Paul
Denver – Missoula
Denver – Nashville
Denver – New York LaGuardia
Denver – Ontario
Denver – Orlando
Denver – Philadelphia
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Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night.

In Philadelphia, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and cornerback De'Vante Bausby raised their fists during the anthem, and defensive end Chris Long placed his arm around Jenkins' shoulder. Jenkins had stopped his demonstration last December.

Defensive end Michael Bennett walked out of the tunnel during the anthem and walked toward the bench while it played. It appeared all the Steelers stood.

"Everybody is waiting for what the league is going to do," Jenkins said. "We won't let it stop what we stand for. I was very encouraged last year with the direction and that obviously took a different turn.

"I think it's important to utilize the platform as we can because for whatever reason, we have framed this demonstration in a negative light, and often players have to defend why we feel the need to fight for everyday Americans, and in actuality we're doing the right thing."

At Miami, Dolphins receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson and defensive end Robert Quinn protested during the anthem. Stills and Wilson kneeled behind teammates lined up standing along the sideline. Quinn stood and raised his right fist. There were no apparent protests by the Buccaneers.

"As a black man in this world, I've got an obligation to raise awareness," Quinn said. "If no one wants to live in unity, that's why we're in the situation we're in."

Stills kneeled during the anthem during the 2016-17 seasons and has been vocal discussing social injustice issues that inspired the protest movement by NFL players.

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a leader of the movement, tweeted support for Stills and Wilson.

"My brother @kstills continued his protest of systemic oppression tonight by taking a knee," the tweet said. "Albert Wilson joined him in protest. Stay strong brothers!"

And in Seattle, three Seahawks players ran into the team's locker room prior to the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

Defensive linemen Branden Jackson and Quinton Jefferson, and offensive lineman Duane Brown left the field following team introductions and before the start of the anthem. They returned to the sideline immediately after it concluded. All three were among a group of Seattle players that sat during the anthem last season.

Brown and Jefferson said they intend to continue the action all season. Seattle coach Pete Carroll said the team discussed the topic and decided to support individual decisions. Brown said he didn't believe there had been much progress made from the demonstrations of last season.

"Everyone was clear on my decision and understands and supports it," Brown said. "We all have different realities in this country and they understand my perspective. We're all on good terms."

In Jacksonville, four Jaguars remained in the locker room during the national anthem, and team officials said it would be up to the players to explain why they weren't on the field. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Telvin Smith, and running backs Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon joined teammates on the sideline after the anthem.

"As a man, I got certain beliefs," said Smith, who wore "Salute the Service" cleats. "You know what I mean? This is not going to become a distraction, and Jacksonville's not going to become a distraction for this team. I got beliefs. I did what I did. I don't know if it's going to be every week, can't answer if it's going to be every week.

"But as a man I've got to stand for something. I love my team, I'm dedicated to my teammates, and that's what we're talking about. I did what I did. It was love. I hope people see it and respect it. I respect views."

At Baltimore, both teams stood, but while most of the Ravens lined up shoulder to shoulder on the sideline, second-year linebacker Tim Williams stood alone in front of the bench with his back toward the field.

All of the players on each team at New England appeared to stand for the national anthem, some bowing their heads and others placing their hands on their hearts. The Patriots observed a moment of silence beforehand for Weymouth, Massachusetts, police officer Michael Chesna, who was killed last month in the line of duty.

The league and the players' union have yet to announce a policy for this season regarding demonstrations during the anthem after the league initially ordered everyone to stand on the sideline when "The Star-Spangled Banner" is played, or remain in the locker room.

"The NFL has been engaged in constructive discussions with the NFL Players Association regarding the anthem and issues of equality and social justice that are of concern to many Americans," league spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email.

"While those discussions continue, the NFL has agreed to delay implementing or enforcing any club work rules that could result in players being disciplined for their conduct during the performance of the anthem.

"Meanwhile, there has been no change in the NFL's policy regarding the national anthem. The anthem will continue to be played before every game, and all player and non-player personnel on the field at that time are expected to stand during the presentation of the flag and performance of the anthem. Personnel who do not wish to do so can choose to remain in the locker room.

"We remain committed to working with the players to identify solutions and to continue making progress on important social issues affecting our communities."

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Miami Dolphins defensive end Robert Quinn (94) raises his right fist during the singing of the national anthem, before the team's NFL preseason football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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Blake Bortles was poised in the pocket and nearly perfect in one series of work, a significant improvement from the way his preseason started a year ago.

Bortles completed 6 of 9 passes for 53 yards and scored on a short bootleg in Jacksonville's 24-20 loss to New Orleans in the exhibition opener for both teams Thursday night.

Bortles had a five-interception performance during a training camp practice in 2017 and continued to struggle during joint practices with New England. He was benched two weeks into the preseason and had to earn the starting job back.

A year later, his spot is as solid as just about anyone's on the team. It showed against the Saints.

Playing without two starting offensive linemen - left guard Andrew Norwell (calf) and right tackle Jermey Parnell (precaution) - Bortles led the Jaguars on a 15-play, 79-yard drive to open the game. He converted both third-down passes he faced and finished off the series by going untouched around the right side.

"It's a good way to start," Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said.

Saints star Drew Brees got the night off, allowing backup Tom Savage to play the first half. Savage completed 10 of 14 passes for 70 yards. Brees only played in one preseason game in 2017.

"Early in the game, offensively and defensively, we struggled," Saints coach Sean Payton said. "There's a lot we have to get cleaned up. We struggled the whole night, fundamental basic stuff. We had trouble with who's on the ball, where our split is. We've got to go back to square one with some of that because that didn't look good. It wasn't a smooth operation."

Mark Ingram, suspended the first four games of the regular season for violating NFL policy on performance enhancers, carried seven times for 23 yards and a touchdown. Ingram scored against Jacksonville's backups and after a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty kept the drive alive.

NATIONAL ANTHEM

Jacksonville cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Telvin Smith, and running backs Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon remained in the locker room during the national anthem.

"It was a personal thing, man," Fournette said. "Don't really want to get into it. Everybody has their own beliefs and certain things. ... I'm not really trying to get into it. It's just something I believe in. I ain't really trying to go into details about it. Just more focused on my teammates right now."

Yeldon said he "just didn't want to come out" during the anthem. Ramsey was no longer in the locker room when reporters entered after the game.

Smith offered the most insight, but declined to answers specific questions.

"As a man, I got certain beliefs," said Smith, who wore "Salute the Service" cleats. "You know what I mean? This is not going to become a distraction, and Jacksonville's not going to become a distraction for this team. I got beliefs. I did what I did. I don't know if it's going to be every week, can't answer if it's going to be every week.

"But as a man I've got to stand for something. I love my team, I'm dedicated to my teammates, and that's what we're talking about. I did what I did. It was love. I hope people see it and respect it. I respect views."

GAME CHANGERS

The Saints overcame a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to win. Jayrone Elliott's strip-sack set up rookie Jonathan Williams' 4-yard touchdown run with 2:16 remaining. Elliott had another strip-sack late in the game, but the Jaguars recovered.

SOLID OUTING

Jaguars backup quarterback Cody Kessler completed 14 of 17 passes for 139 yards, with a touchdown . Jacksonville acquired Kessler in a trade with Cleveland in March.

INJURIES

Saints backup cornerback P.J. Williams appeared to get the wind knocked out him while making a tackle. He jogged to the bench but later headed to the locker room. ... The Jaguars had 10 guys who didn't suit up, including All-Pro defensive end Calais Campbell (calf) and rookie defensive lineman Taven Bryan (abdomen).

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Saints host Arizona next Friday night.

Jaguars travel to Minnesota on Tuesday for two joint practices with the Vikings before their exhibition game on Aug. 18.


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The NFL says it won't punish the players who took a knee, raised fists or did not take to the field while the National Anthem was played Thursday night before preseason games.

In a statement released Thursday, the league reiterated that its new policy regarding conduct surrounding the anthem is shelved until it reaches an agreement with the NFL Players Association.

The league noted the anthem will continue to be played before every game and all personnel on the field would be "expected to stand during the presentation of the flag and performance of the anthem."

"Personnel who do not wish to do so can choose to remain in the locker room," the league added.

The Miami Herald reported that Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills, along with wide receiver Albert Wilson, knelt during the anthem before a home game against Tampa Bay.

WTVJ Miami reported that Dolphins defensive end Robert Quinn raised his fist during the song.

The Philadelphia Daily News reported that Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett walked out of the tunnel during the playing of the anthem and headed to the team bench. The Daily News said Eagles captain Malcolm Jenkins and cornerback De'Vante Bausby raised their fists.

Several Jacksonville Jaguars players were not on the field for the playing of the anthem before their preseason game against the New Orleans Saints, according to The Florida Times Union. The players included Jalen Ramsey, Telvin Smith, Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon.

During the NFL Network's television coverage of the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants game, 10 Giants were seen kneeling in unison in an end zone before the National Anthem was played.

A dozen games were played Thursday night. It was not immediately clear how many saw signs of protest.

The anthem controversy has been rumbling since 2016, when then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick knelt during the anthem to draw attention to racial injustice.

Kaepernick tweeted Thursday night, lauding the action of two players who protested.

The debate ratcheted up a notch in 2017 when US President Donald Trump said kneeling players showed "total disrespect for our great country."

After withstanding two seasons of backlash against players kneeling, raising fists and displaying other means of protest during the anthem, the NFL said it would fine teams with protesting players directly, who in turn would have it in their discretion to enforce pregame anthem observations in their own ways.

After confusion, the NFL decided to take its new policy back to the drawing board and consult with the players association.

"The NFL and NFLPA, through recent discussions, have been working on a resolution to the anthem issue," read the joint statement. "In order to allow this constructive dialogue to continue, we have come to a standstill agreement on the NFLPA's grievance and on the NFL's anthem policy."


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Aea Celestice, a black transgender woman living in Jacksonville, Florida, has the most basic of plans for the next chapter of her life: She hopes to get out of town before someone kills her.

Celestice, 32, has good reason to worry. Over the past six months, four black trans women in the city have been shot, three of them fatally.

Celine Walker, 36, was shot to death in her room at an Extended Stay America hotel near the University of North Florida on the night of the Super Bowl, Feb. 4. On June 1, Antonia “Antash’a” English, 38, was killed outside an abandoned home north of downtown. And on June 24, Cathalina James, 24, was gunned down in a room at a Quality Inn on the city’s south side.

The cases have left Celestice and others in Jacksonville’s transgender community rattled but it’s been the handling of the investigations by authorities that’s stirred outrage. In public statements and official documents, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has repeatedly identified the victims as men, refusing to call them by the names they chose to use in their lives.

The murders remain unsolved, and the insistence on referring to transgender women as men has left Celestice wondering just how much effort is being made to find the killer or killers. She wonders whether anyone outside of her community cares.

“There doesn’t seem to be a concern for anybody,” Celestice said. “I guess other people have other things going on in their lives than being concerned about a trans woman getting murdered.”

Studies show that transgender women are disproportionately likely to be victims of violent crime, not just in Jacksonville, but nationwide. Yet most local law enforcement agencies persist in handling these cases much like the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, or JSO.

The transgender community has a word for calling a trans person by the name they no longer use, one that conveys a double meaning when it involves murder. It’s known as “deadnaming.”

Across the nation, ProPublica found, some 65 different law enforcement agencies have investigated murders of transgender people since Jan. 1, 2015. And in 74 of 85 cases, victims were identified by names or genders they had abandoned in their daily lives.Our survey found that arrests have been made in 55 percent of the killings of transgender people nationwide in the last three and a half years. The overall clearance rate for murders in the U.S. is only slightly higher, at 59 percent.

Advocates say that not using the name and pronoun a person was known by can slow down an investigation during its most critical hours. People who knew the victim or who saw them in the hours before they were murdered might only have known them by their preferred name and gender.

Aea Celestice in her friend’s tattoo studio in Jacksonville (Gioncarlo Valentine for ProPublica)

“If Susie is murdered, don’t use ‘Sam,’” said Monica Roberts, an activist and journalist who tracks murders of transgender people. Roberts worries that deadnaming both prevents the community from identifying victims and fosters mistrust of police.

Police at the handful of agencies that routinely use victims’ preferred names and pronouns say not doing so can damage the agency’s relationship with the transgender community, or alienate friends and family.

“That might lose the cooperation of the friends and family — the people we need to solve the case,” said Detective Orlando Martinez of the Los Angeles Police Department.

In investigating the murders of Walker, English and James, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office says it has just followed its policy, which is to identify people based on a medical examiner’s report and whatever name and sex are listed on their state identification.

After Walker’s death, the sheriff’s office referred to her in reports and public statements as a man and released a male name to the media, one she hadn’t used in years. Friends and activists called the agency, asking officers to respect Walker and use her chosen name, but say they were told that wasn’t how the agency handled such cases.

Bailey Bolden, a transgender woman and friend of Walker’s, said JSO told her the agency can’t assume that a man with breast implants identifies as a woman. Bolden said she viewed both JSO’s refusal to call her friend “she” and her interaction with the agency as deeply disrespectful.

When ProPublica reporters emailed JSO to ask for press releases sent out about James’ murder and referred to her as a transgender woman, public information officer Melissa Bujeda corrected us. “The victim is listed as a male,” she said.

Members of Jacksonville’s LGBT community say investigators have taken a low-key attitude towards a series of murders that should trigger alarm in any city.

Jacksonville is the 12th most populous in the country, with one of the largest police forces. And yet, it is not doing what smaller cities with far fewer resources have done. For example, the New Orleans Police Department sent a liaison to a town hall with the LGBT community within two weeks of two murders of transgender women last year.

It took more than a month after the third murder for the sheriff’s office to hold a public meeting and that gathering came only after sustained pressure from advocates and trans women, including rallies, phone calls, vigils and meetings.

Investigators say they have no evidence the shootings are related. To many in Jacksonville, that misses the point, which is that the attacks have been targeted against a vulnerable group with few defenders.

For Celestice, simply being a black trans woman in the city right now feels unbearable.

“I have to get out of here,” she said. “I have a lot to offer, and it would be a shame if my life was cut short because someone decided that they wanted to kill me.”

Jacksonville is not unique. Transgender people are routinely misidentified by law enforcement officials in cities across the country.

If you watch a 2016 video on her Facebook page, you can see Amia Tyrae swaying to the tune of Beyoncé’s “Freedom.” Her eyelashes are meticulously sculpted and her lips, coated in light pink gloss, shimmer as she looks directly into the camera.

Earlier this year, Tyrae was shot to death at a motel in Baton Rouge. In reports provided to the media, police described Tyrae as a “transvestite” — an anachronistic term now widely considered a slur — and a man.

“It’s like a slap in my face,” said Alexis White, a transgender woman who described herself as Tyrae’s mother. In the transgender community, “mother” is a term of respect and devotion used for elders in the community, who often fill a familial role when people have been estranged from their birth families.

White said that hearing Tyrae described as a man was hurtful.

“Her name was Amia. She was a trans woman,” said White, “She was very sweet. She was loved by many.”

Don Coppola, a spokesperson for the Baton Rouge Police Department, said the department does not have a formal policy on how to identify transgender victims of crimes.

Pushed to explain how the department would refer to a transgender person, Coppola said police would use the person’s sex assigned at birth, noting “if it’s a male, it’s a male.”

Despite her close relationship with Tyrae, White said that the Baton Rouge Police Department never contacted her or other people she knows in the trans community to verify Tyrae’s identity.

When 24-year-old Ty Underwood was gunned down by a football player at Texas College in 2015, police reports initially noted that Underwood, who in Facebook photos has long dark hair and manicured nails, appeared to be female. Despite her appearance, and despite the fact that she had identified as a woman for years, the Tyler Police Department described her as a man throughout police records and in interviews with ProPublica.

In a supplemental police report, a detective noted that “there were no female breast (sic)” on Underwood, and later wrote that “the victim was a male dressed as a woman.” Records also show the Tyler Police Department referred to both Underwood and her friends as transvestites in internal documents describing the murder investigation.

The Dallas Police Department is one of the few local agencies that makes an effort to use preferred names and pronouns in order to build trust with the transgender community.

When Carla Flores-Pavon was found strangled to death in her apartment in Dallas in May 2018, Deputy Chief Thomas Castro of the Dallas police said the department made an effort to refer to her as “she” and “Carla” during their investigation.

“When we go out to the community and talk about somebody, we have to identify them by the way they identified,” Castro said, adding that it wouldn’t do the department any good to use a name that nobody knew her by.


Police who incorrectly describe the gender of murder victims often don’t have internal policies that account for transgender people. Tyler Police Department spokesperson Don Martin defended his department’s decision to call Ty Underwood a man, saying that the department uses whatever sex is listed on a victim’s government-issued ID.

But something as simple and critical as having the correct name and gender on a driver’s license or voter registration card can prove unattainable for many transgender people. A person who is carrying an ID that does not match their outward appearance faces a higher risk of violence or harassment.

Transgender women told ProPublica that common interactions like showing IDs at a bar, or to vote, can identify them as transgender to others — a process known as “getting clocked.” According to a 2015 survey of transgender people, nearly one-third of people who presented an ID that did not match their appearance reported being harassed, denied services or attacked.

Several women told ProPublica about job opportunities that disappeared after potential employers discovered they were transgender. Without a job, transgender people start falling through society’s cracks. They can lose access to medical care, become homeless, or be forced into sex work.

For those reasons, one of the biggest steps people take when they’re transitioning is to legally change their name and gender marker — the “M” or “F” on identity documents. But a patchwork of state and federal regulations can make those changes complicated and expensive — and for some, impossible.

“Job-wise, [changing your name] helps,” said Savannah Bowens, a 30-year-old transgender woman in Jacksonville. “I think one of the root causes to why we deal with so much in our community is jobs.”

Bowens changed her name in 2017, after an employer noticed her old name on her driver’s license and called her into the office to question her about it. She decided then that she needed to legally update her identification.

“I don’t want to become a statistic,” Bowens said about potentially losing a job. “I don’t want to have to be that girl that people see walking the streets or prostituting.”

The consequences of getting clocked range from derogatory comments to death. In 2016, Dwanya Hickerson, a former sailor in the U.S. Navy, killed Dee Whigham, a 25-year-old nurse, by stabbing her 190 times in a hotel room in St. Martin, Mississippi. Hickerson, who admitted he had been chatting with Whigham online for several months before meeting in person, claimed he “lost it” after discovering she was transgender during sex.

Name and gender changes to official documents can sometimes require court orders or come with onerous restrictions. In some states, such changes are not available to those with felony convictions, or require genital surgery that people may not want or be able to afford. For transgender people who move to states other than the ones they were born in, changing official records can be a bureaucratic nightmare.

About half the states bar felons or other people with criminal histories from changing their names. Cost can also be a factor. Name changes run from $25 to $400, though many courts will also waive those fees for people who can’t afford them.

Those who go through the court process are by no means guaranteed the desired outcome. Judges have broad discretion to deny name and gender marker changes, and it’s not uncommon for them to do so. The Utah Supreme Court heard arguments this year from attorneys representing two transgender people who were not allowed to change their gender on official documents.

“It’s a very frustrating, disjointed legal system right now for gender marker changes,” said Arli Christian, the state policy director for the National Center for Transgender Equality, or NCTE.

The NCTE rates 11 states — Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Wyoming — as the hardest places for changing a gender marker on state IDs. In those states, doing so requires body-altering surgery or a court order from a judge. The process for getting a court order can often require proof of surgery, too.

According to Christian, judges more frequently deny requests to change genders on IDs than names.

“This is not a process that should be in the courts,” Christian said. “Judges are not experts in gender identity.”

In Jacksonville, one of the victims, Antash’a English, was described by police with her correct name, but was also described as a man. That’s because English had legally changed her name, but not her gender identification on official documents. Her fiancé, Robert Johnson, said that English had wanted to change her gender ID but she didn’t know it was possible without having genital surgery.


Just last month, a transgender woman was found dead in a parking lot in Orlando, Florida. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office press release described the victim as a man “wearing a wig” and “dressed as a female.” Local news outlets soon started publishing and broadcasting stories describing the victim as a “man dressed as a woman.” The trans community responded with anger.

Monica Roberts, the Texas journalist who has been chronicling the murders of trans women for years, was the first reporter to identify the name the victim lived by, Sasha Garden. In a post published on her blog, she condemned the local media coverage.

“As you probably guessed,” Roberts wrote, “Sasha was deadnamed and horribly disrespected by the local Orlando media.”

When ProPublica first contacted the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, spokesperson Jane Watrel said that the agency uses the name and sex listed on the victim’s state-issued identification when describing homicide cases. Watrel later clarified that, after speaking to Garden’s family, the department would begin using female pronouns to describe Garden during their investigation.

In a subsequent press release, Orange County Sheriff Jerry L. Demings wrote that the department did not intend to be insensitive and apologized.

In contrast, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has not publicly acknowledged or apologized for misgendering and misnaming transgender victims, though in a recent interview with a local news station, Sheriff Mike Williams acknowledged that there had been a “lack of sensitivity” when referring to the victims.

In June, a few days after Cathalina James’ slaying, local activists and representatives from statewide advocacy organizations, gathered in Jacksonville City Hall to demand the city council do more to protect transgender women.

“Every day I wake up, I put on my clothes, I step outside, I don’t know if I’m going to make it home safe. And if I make it home safe, I don’t know if I’m going to be in one piece or not,” said Paige Mahogany Parks, a local activist, imploring the city council to investigate why so many trans women had been murdered.

“There’s no relationship with the JSO and the trans community as a whole,” she added.

Chloie Kensington, an activist and personal friend of English, said the city was mistreating trans women.

Pointing directly at the council members, Kensington vowed during the meeting, “I for one will march in every pair of damn stilettos I have to hold each and every one of you accountable.”

On June 27, JSO’s Twitter account put out a video of the car they said was driven by James’ killer. The post referred to her by the male name she was given at birth. It also said she was transgender and that she went by the name Cathalina.

A JSO spokesperson told ProPublica that the tweet was not a sign of a new policy. Using the victim’s gender and chosen name, according to the sheriff’s office, fell under the category of “additional details.”

But the pressure the trans community is putting on JSO may be having some effect. On Aug. 2, JSO announced the creation of a group of officers that will serve as liaisons to the LGBT community.

For Jacksonville resident Savannah Bowens, the transgender woman who changed her name after an employer questioned her about it, respect is worth the fight.

“There has to be somebody that says ‘I have had enough,’” she said.

“When I die? I don’t want to be called a male,” she went on. “That is not who I lived my life as, that is not my legacy, and I want to be respect as who I am. People knew me as Savannah. They knew me as she.”


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Aea Celestice, a black transgender woman living in Jacksonville, Florida, has the most basic of plans for the next chapter of her life: She hopes to get out of town before someone kills her.

Celestice, 32, has good reason to worry. Over the past six months, four black trans women in the city have been shot, three of them fatally.

Celine Walker, 36, was shot to death in her room at an Extended Stay America hotel near the University of North Florida on the night of the Super Bowl, Feb. 4. On June 1, Antonia “Antash’a” English, 38, was killed outside an abandoned home north of downtown. And on June 24, Cathalina James, 24, was gunned down in a room at a Quality Inn on the city’s south side.

The cases have left Celestice and others in Jacksonville’s transgender community rattled but it’s been the handling of the investigations by authorities that’s stirred outrage. In public statements and official documents, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has repeatedly identified the victims as men, refusing to call them by the names they chose to use in their lives.

The murders remain unsolved, and the insistence on referring to transgender women as men has left Celestice wondering just how much effort is being made to find the killer or killers. She wonders whether anyone outside of her community cares.

“There doesn’t seem to be a concern for anybody,” Celestice said. “I guess other people have other things going on in their lives than being concerned about a trans woman getting murdered.”

Studies show that transgender women are disproportionately likely to be victims of violent crime, not just in Jacksonville, but nationwide. Yet most local law enforcement agencies persist in handling these cases much like the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, or JSO.

The transgender community has a word for calling a trans person by the name they no longer use, one that conveys a double meaning when it involves murder. It’s known as “deadnaming.”

Across the nation, ProPublica found, some 65 different law enforcement agencies have investigated murders of transgender people since Jan. 1, 2015. And in 74 of 85 cases, victims were identified by names or genders they had abandoned in their daily lives.Our survey found that arrests have been made in 55 percent of the killings of transgender people nationwide in the last three and a half years. The overall clearance rate for murders in the U.S. is only slightly higher, at 59 percent.

Advocates say that not using the name and pronoun a person was known by can slow down an investigation during its most critical hours. People who knew the victim or who saw them in the hours before they were murdered might only have known them by their preferred name and gender.

Aea Celestice in her friend’s tattoo studio in Jacksonville (Gioncarlo Valentine for ProPublica)

“If Susie is murdered, don’t use ‘Sam,’” said Monica Roberts, an activist and journalist who tracks murders of transgender people. Roberts worries that deadnaming both prevents the community from identifying victims and fosters mistrust of police.

Police at the handful of agencies that routinely use victims’ preferred names and pronouns say not doing so can damage the agency’s relationship with the transgender community, or alienate friends and family.

“That might lose the cooperation of the friends and family — the people we need to solve the case,” said Detective Orlando Martinez of the Los Angeles Police Department.

In investigating the murders of Walker, English and James, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office says it has just followed its policy, which is to identify people based on a medical examiner’s report and whatever name and sex are listed on their state identification.

After Walker’s death, the sheriff’s office referred to her in reports and public statements as a man and released a male name to the media, one she hadn’t used in years. Friends and activists called the agency, asking officers to respect Walker and use her chosen name, but say they were told that wasn’t how the agency handled such cases.

Bailey Bolden, a transgender woman and friend of Walker’s, said JSO told her the agency can’t assume that a man with breast implants identifies as a woman. Bolden said she viewed both JSO’s refusal to call her friend “she” and her interaction with the agency as deeply disrespectful.

When ProPublica reporters emailed JSO to ask for press releases sent out about James’ murder and referred to her as a transgender woman, public information officer Melissa Bujeda corrected us. “The victim is listed as a male,” she said.

Members of Jacksonville’s LGBT community say investigators have taken a low-key attitude towards a series of murders that should trigger alarm in any city.

Jacksonville is the 12th most populous in the country, with one of the largest police forces. And yet, it is not doing what smaller cities with far fewer resources have done. For example, the New Orleans Police Department sent a liaison to a town hall with the LGBT community within two weeks of two murders of transgender women last year.

It took more than a month after the third murder for the sheriff’s office to hold a public meeting and that gathering came only after sustained pressure from advocates and trans women, including rallies, phone calls, vigils and meetings.

Investigators say they have no evidence the shootings are related. To many in Jacksonville, that misses the point, which is that the attacks have been targeted against a vulnerable group with few defenders.

For Celestice, simply being a black trans woman in the city right now feels unbearable.

“I have to get out of here,” she said. “I have a lot to offer, and it would be a shame if my life was cut short because someone decided that they wanted to kill me.”

Jacksonville is not unique. Transgender people are routinely misidentified by law enforcement officials in cities across the country.

If you watch a 2016 video on her Facebook page, you can see Amia Tyrae swaying to the tune of Beyoncé’s “Freedom.” Her eyelashes are meticulously sculpted and her lips, coated in light pink gloss, shimmer as she looks directly into the camera.

Earlier this year, Tyrae was shot to death at a motel in Baton Rouge. In reports provided to the media, police described Tyrae as a “transvestite” — an anachronistic term now widely considered a slur — and a man.

“It’s like a slap in my face,” said Alexis White, a transgender woman who described herself as Tyrae’s mother. In the transgender community, “mother” is a term of respect and devotion used for elders in the community, who often fill a familial role when people have been estranged from their birth families.

White said that hearing Tyrae described as a man was hurtful.

“Her name was Amia. She was a trans woman,” said White, “She was very sweet. She was loved by many.”

Don Coppola, a spokesperson for the Baton Rouge Police Department, said the department does not have a formal policy on how to identify transgender victims of crimes.

Pushed to explain how the department would refer to a transgender person, Coppola said police would use the person’s sex assigned at birth, noting “if it’s a male, it’s a male.”

Despite her close relationship with Tyrae, White said that the Baton Rouge Police Department never contacted her or other people she knows in the trans community to verify Tyrae’s identity.

When 24-year-old Ty Underwood was gunned down by a football player at Texas College in 2015, police reports initially noted that Underwood, who in Facebook photos has long dark hair and manicured nails, appeared to be female. Despite her appearance, and despite the fact that she had identified as a woman for years, the Tyler Police Department described her as a man throughout police records and in interviews with ProPublica.

In a supplemental police report, a detective noted that “there were no female breast (sic)” on Underwood, and later wrote that “the victim was a male dressed as a woman.” Records also show the Tyler Police Department referred to both Underwood and her friends as transvestites in internal documents describing the murder investigation.

The Dallas Police Department is one of the few local agencies that makes an effort to use preferred names and pronouns in order to build trust with the transgender community.

When Carla Flores-Pavon was found strangled to death in her apartment in Dallas in May 2018, Deputy Chief Thomas Castro of the Dallas police said the department made an effort to refer to her as “she” and “Carla” during their investigation.

“When we go out to the community and talk about somebody, we have to identify them by the way they identified,” Castro said, adding that it wouldn’t do the department any good to use a name that nobody knew her by.


Police who incorrectly describe the gender of murder victims often don’t have internal policies that account for transgender people. Tyler Police Department spokesperson Don Martin defended his department’s decision to call Ty Underwood a man, saying that the department uses whatever sex is listed on a victim’s government-issued ID.

But something as simple and critical as having the correct name and gender on a driver’s license or voter registration card can prove unattainable for many transgender people. A person who is carrying an ID that does not match their outward appearance faces a higher risk of violence or harassment.

Transgender women told ProPublica that common interactions like showing IDs at a bar, or to vote, can identify them as transgender to others — a process known as “getting clocked.” According to a 2015 survey of transgender people, nearly one-third of people who presented an ID that did not match their appearance reported being harassed, denied services or attacked.

Several women told ProPublica about job opportunities that disappeared after potential employers discovered they were transgender. Without a job, transgender people start falling through society’s cracks. They can lose access to medical care, become homeless, or be forced into sex work.

For those reasons, one of the biggest steps people take when they’re transitioning is to legally change their name and gender marker — the “M” or “F” on identity documents. But a patchwork of state and federal regulations can make those changes complicated and expensive — and for some, impossible.

“Job-wise, [changing your name] helps,” said Savannah Bowens, a 30-year-old transgender woman in Jacksonville. “I think one of the root causes to why we deal with so much in our community is jobs.”

Bowens changed her name in 2017, after an employer noticed her old name on her driver’s license and called her into the office to question her about it. She decided then that she needed to legally update her identification.

“I don’t want to become a statistic,” Bowens said about potentially losing a job. “I don’t want to have to be that girl that people see walking the streets or prostituting.”

The consequences of getting clocked range from derogatory comments to death. In 2016, Dwanya Hickerson, a former sailor in the U.S. Navy, killed Dee Whigham, a 25-year-old nurse, by stabbing her 190 times in a hotel room in St. Martin, Mississippi. Hickerson, who admitted he had been chatting with Whigham online for several months before meeting in person, claimed he “lost it” after discovering she was transgender during sex.

Name and gender changes to official documents can sometimes require court orders or come with onerous restrictions. In some states, such changes are not available to those with felony convictions, or require genital surgery that people may not want or be able to afford. For transgender people who move to states other than the ones they were born in, changing official records can be a bureaucratic nightmare.

About half the states bar felons or other people with criminal histories from changing their names. Cost can also be a factor. Name changes run from $25 to $400, though many courts will also waive those fees for people who can’t afford them.

Those who go through the court process are by no means guaranteed the desired outcome. Judges have broad discretion to deny name and gender marker changes, and it’s not uncommon for them to do so. The Utah Supreme Court heard arguments this year from attorneys representing two transgender people who were not allowed to change their gender on official documents.

“It’s a very frustrating, disjointed legal system right now for gender marker changes,” said Arli Christian, the state policy director for the National Center for Transgender Equality, or NCTE.

The NCTE rates 11 states — Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Wyoming — as the hardest places for changing a gender marker on state IDs. In those states, doing so requires body-altering surgery or a court order from a judge. The process for getting a court order can often require proof of surgery, too.

According to Christian, judges more frequently deny requests to change genders on IDs than names.

“This is not a process that should be in the courts,” Christian said. “Judges are not experts in gender identity.”

In Jacksonville, one of the victims, Antash’a English, was described by police with her correct name, but was also described as a man. That’s because English had legally changed her name, but not her gender identification on official documents. Her fiancé, Robert Johnson, said that English had wanted to change her gender ID but she didn’t know it was possible without having genital surgery.


Just last month, a transgender woman was found dead in a parking lot in Orlando, Florida. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office press release described the victim as a man “wearing a wig” and “dressed as a female.” Local news outlets soon started publishing and broadcasting stories describing the victim as a “man dressed as a woman.” The trans community responded with anger.

Monica Roberts, the Texas journalist who has been chronicling the murders of trans women for years, was the first reporter to identify the name the victim lived by, Sasha Garden. In a post published on her blog, she condemned the local media coverage.

“As you probably guessed,” Roberts wrote, “Sasha was deadnamed and horribly disrespected by the local Orlando media.”

When ProPublica first contacted the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, spokesperson Jane Watrel said that the agency uses the name and sex listed on the victim’s state-issued identification when describing homicide cases. Watrel later clarified that, after speaking to Garden’s family, the department would begin using female pronouns to describe Garden during their investigation.

In a subsequent press release, Orange County Sheriff Jerry L. Demings wrote that the department did not intend to be insensitive and apologized.

In contrast, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has not publicly acknowledged or apologized for misgendering and misnaming transgender victims, though in a recent interview with a local news station, Sheriff Mike Williams acknowledged that there had been a “lack of sensitivity” when referring to the victims.

In June, a few days after Cathalina James’ slaying, local activists and representatives from statewide advocacy organizations, gathered in Jacksonville City Hall to demand the city council do more to protect transgender women.

“Every day I wake up, I put on my clothes, I step outside, I don’t know if I’m going to make it home safe. And if I make it home safe, I don’t know if I’m going to be in one piece or not,” said Paige Mahogany Parks, a local activist, imploring the city council to investigate why so many trans women had been murdered.

“There’s no relationship with the JSO and the trans community as a whole,” she added.

Chloie Kensington, an activist and personal friend of English, said the city was mistreating trans women.

Pointing directly at the council members, Kensington vowed during the meeting, “I for one will march in every pair of damn stilettos I have to hold each and every one of you accountable.”

On June 27, JSO’s Twitter account put out a video of the car they said was driven by James’ killer. The post referred to her by the male name she was given at birth. It also said she was transgender and that she went by the name Cathalina.

A JSO spokesperson told ProPublica that the tweet was not a sign of a new policy. Using the victim’s gender and chosen name, according to the sheriff’s office, fell under the category of “additional details.”

But the pressure the trans community is putting on JSO may be having some effect. On Aug. 2, JSO announced the creation of a group of officers that will serve as liaisons to the LGBT community.

For Jacksonville resident Savannah Bowens, the transgender woman who changed her name after an employer questioned her about it, respect is worth the fight.

“There has to be somebody that says ‘I have had enough,’” she said.

“When I die? I don’t want to be called a male,” she went on. “That is not who I lived my life as, that is not my legacy, and I want to be respect as who I am. People knew me as Savannah. They knew me as she.”


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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Baker Mayfield and Saquon Barkley lived up to early expectations as the top two picks in the NFL draft in their first action as the Cleveland Browns beat the New York Giants 20-10 on Thursday night.

Replacing starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor late in the first quarter, Mayfield hit 11 of 20 passes for 212 yards, two touchdowns, and converted two fourth-down plays with his feet. The Heisman Trophy winner who was the No. 1 overall pick found tight end David Njoku on a 10-yard TD pass to cap a 14-play, 72-yard drive on his second series. He finished his debut with a completion on a 54-yard slant and run to fellow rookie Antonio Callaway.

Taylor, expected to be coach Hue Jackson's starter as Mayfield learns this season, hit all five of his passes in two series, including a 36-yard touchdown pass to Njoku, a New Jersey native.

Barkley, the No. 2 pick, electrified the fans at MetLife Stadium, taking a handoff from Eli Manning on the opening play from scrimmage and turning no apparent hole into a 39-yard run down the sideline in front of the Giants' bench. It set up a 42-yard field goal by Aldrick Rosas.

The Penn State running back finished with 43 yards on five carries.

STEELERS 31, EAGLES 14

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Landry Jones and Josh Dobbs each tossed touchdown passes and the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles rested several starters, including quarterbacks Carson Wentz and Nick Foles. Nate Sudfeld threw a pair of touchdown passes and two interceptions.

Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown sat for the Steelers and Le'Veon Bell still hasn't signed his franchise tender.

Jones completed all four of his passes for 83 yards, including a 71-yard TD pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster in the first quarter. Smith-Schuster made a leaping catch over Rasul Douglas at the 33 and ran untouched to the end zone.

Fitzgerald Toussaint had a 3-yard TD run and a 2-point conversion, while Dobbs threw a 29-yard TD pass to Damoun Patterson.

Sudfeld threw a perfect strike for a 63-yard TD to Shelton Gibson and fired a 15-yard TD pass to rookie Dallas Goedert. He finished 10 of 14 for 140 yards.

Wentz still hasn't been cleared for contact after having surgery to repair two torn ligaments in his left knee last December. Foles, the Super Bowl MVP, has missed a few practices with muscle spasms in his neck and shoulder.

Mason Rudolph, a third-round pick competing with Jones and Dobbs for the backup job to Roethlisberger, was 7 of 12 for 101 yards.

PANTHERS 28, BILLS 23

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Bills receiver Kelvin Benjamin's feud with former teammate Panthers quarterback Cam Newton continued before and during Carolina's preseason-opening win.

First, the two exchanged words on the field about 90 minutes before kickoff. Then they each played key roles in touchdowns drives in the first quarter.

Benjamin caught four passes for 59 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown reception from Nathan Peterman on Buffalo's first possession. Newton responded on the next possession, completing 4 of 5 attempts for 67 yards as part of an 85-yard drive capped by Christian McCaffrey's 2-yard run.

The bad blood between the two emerged last week when Benjamin criticized Newton's accuracy and questioned why the Panthers used a first-round pick to draft Benjamin in 2014. It was the latest time Benjamin has voiced his frustrations since forcing his trade to Buffalo in October.

Before the game, a video posted by The Charlotte Observer showed Benjamin chatting with Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis when Newton approached the two and attempted to shake Benjamin's hand. Newton waved away Davis, and then had a brief discussion with Benjamin before the receiver began walking away.

Newton followed and the two talked again. The discussion ended when Benjamin shrugged and turned to walk away, and Newton waved his hand at the receiver's back.

Newton finished 6 of 9 for 84 yards in two series.

BENGALS 30, BEARS 27

CINCINNATI (AP) — Andy Dalton made a solid debut in Cincinnati's revamped offense, throwing for a pair of touchdowns.

The Bengals were last in the league on offense last season, the worst finish in franchise history. They overhauled their leaky offensive line, and coordinator Bill Lazor injected more diversity into the playbook. It showed the first time out.

Dalton went 6 of 8 for 103 yards, completing four passes of at least 20 yards. He also had an interception that wasn't his fault — John Ross fell on his route and Kyle Fuller returned the pickoff 47 yards to the end zone.

The Bears (0-2) rested most of their starters during a 17-16 loss to the Ravens in the Hall of Fame game, including quarterback Mitchell Trubisky . His preseason debut didn't go very well.

Trubisky was in for two series that netted minus-1 yard on eight plays. The Bears' only first down on those series came on Carlos Dunlap's penalty for roughing the quarterback, a late hit on Trubisky. He missed on a deep sideline pass to Kevin White on his opening throw and finished 2 of 4 for 4 yards.

SAINTS 24, JAGUARS 20

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Blake Bortles completed 6 of 9 passes for 53 yards and scored on a short bootleg. Bortles was poised in the pocket and nearly perfect in one series of work, a significant improvement from the way his preseason started a year ago. Bortles had a five-interception performance during a training camp practice in 2017 and continued to struggle during joint practices with New England. He was benched two weeks into the preseason and had to earn the starting job.

A year later, his starting spot is as solid as just about anyone's on the team. It showed against the Saints.

Bortles led the Jaguars on a 15-play, 79-yard drive to open the game. He converted both third-down passes he faced and finished off the series by going untouched around the right side.

Saints star Drew Brees got the night off, allowing backup Tom Savage to play the first half. Savage completed 10 of 14 passes for 70 yards. Brees only played in one preseason game in 2017.

Mark Ingram, suspended the first four games of the regular season for violating NFL policy on performance enhancers, carried seven times for 23 yards and a touchdown. Ingram scored against Jacksonville's backups and after a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty kept the drive alive.

BUCCANEERS 26, DOLPHINS 24

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Buccaneers kicker Chandler Catanzaro made a 26-yard field goal with 23 seconds left to cap a 67-yard drive and give them the win.

Ryan Tannehill completed passes on the first four plays in his return from two serious injuries to his left knee, sparking a 40-yard drive that ended with a missed field goal in his only series.

Tannehill, seeing his first action since December 2016, was off-target on his final two throws and finished 4 for 6 for 32 yards.

Tampa Bay's Jameis Winston played the second quarter against Miami's second team and led a group of reserves to 10 points on drives of 32 and 40 yards. He went 11 for 13 for 102 yards in four series.

Winston is suspended for the first three games of the regular season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

Dolphins receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson and defensive end Robert Quinn protested during the anthem. Stills and Wilson kneeled behind teammates lined up standing along the sideline. Quinn stood and raised his right fist. There were no apparent protests by the Buccaneers.

PATRIOTS 26, REDSKINS 17

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Colt McCoy outplayed Brian Hoyer in a scrimmage of backup quarterbacks, while Tom Brady and Alex Smith stayed on the sidelines counting their money.

On the day the Patriots reportedly sweetened Brady's contract with $5 million in incentives, the reigning NFL MVP sat out the team's exhibition season opener. So did his Washington counterpart, Smith, who was traded to the nation's capital in the offseason and received a four-year, $94 million extension.

In their place, McCoy completed 13 of 18 passes for 189 yards and two touchdowns as Washington opened 17-0 lead in the first half. Hoyer struggled against the Washington starters, but drove New England to a pair of second-half touchdowns, including Ralph Webb's 8-yard run for a score followed by the catch on a 2-point conversion that gave New England its first lead.

Washington was hit with a slew of injuries, including second-round draft pick Derrius Guice, who left with a knee injury after a 34-yard run (which was negated by a penalty) near the end of the first quarter. Also needing medical attention: TE Manasseh Gardner (knee), and WR Trey Quinn, who took a hard shot in the side from Patriots cornerback Ryan Lewis and took a few minutes to get up before heading to the medical tent.

RAVENS 33, RAMS 7

BALTIMORE (AP) — Joe Flacco threw a touchdown pass on his only series of the game and rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson ran for a score.

Baltimore led 17-0 after the first period and cruised to the finish against the Rams, who rested offensive stars Jared Goff and Todd Gurley.

After sitting out the Hall of Fame Game last week, Flacco went 5 for 7 for 71 yards during a 10-play drive. The 11-year veteran overcame a second-and-25 with a 30-yard pass to newcomer Michael Crabtree and finished with a 6-yard TD throw to Patrick Ricard.

Jackson entered the next time Baltimore got the ball and coolly directed a 73-yard march in which he completed a 36-yard pass to Chris Moore and broke two tackles running for a 9-yard touchdown.

The Ravens and Rams held joint practices Monday and Tuesday, and Los Angeles coach Sean McVay indicated the work against outside opposition would enable him to rest a few of his starters in the preseason opener. He did.

PACKERS 31, TITANS 17

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Marcus Mariota looked sharp orchestrating yet another new offensive system for the Tennessee Titans. Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams needed just one series to show he was in midseason form.

Mariota was 2 of 3 for 42 yards with a 4-yard scoring pass to Darius Jennings on the opening drive of Mike Vrabel's first preseason game as Titans coach. Mariota also had one carry for 7 yards before leaving after the nine-play series.

It was a nice, if brief, start for Mariota. He's picking up a new scheme under his third head coach in four seasons.

Backup Brett Hundley did his best impression of Aaron Rodgers by hitting Adams in stride down the left sideline for a 48-yard completion.

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          Denzel Ward, Billy Price, J.T. Barrett Among Buckeyes Set For First NFL Action As Preseason Kicks Off Thursday      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

While we still have to wait a little over three more weeks to see the 2018 Ohio State football team take the field for its first game of the season, several members of Ohio State’s 2017 football team will take the field when Week 1 of the NFL preseason kicks off on Thursday night.

Former Ohio State cornerback Denzel Ward, center Billy Price, defensive ends Sam Hubbard and Tyquan Lewis, offensive tackle Jamarco Jones, linebackers Jerome Baker and Chris Worley, quarterback J.T. Barrett, defensive tackle Tracy Sprinkle and safety Damon Webb are all among the Buckeyes who could see their first NFL game action as their new teams each open their preseasons on Thursday.

Among them, the Buckeye who could draw the biggest spotlight on Thursday night is Ward – the No. 4 overall pick in April’s NFL draft – whose Cleveland Browns, already in the spotlight this preseason as the featured team on this year’s edition of the HBO series “Hard Knocks,” play the New York Giants in a 7 p.m. game that will be nationally televised on NFL Network and locally in Columbus on 10TV.

NFL Preseason Week 1 Schedule
THURSDAY
Game Time/Score TV
Chicago at Cincinnati 7:00 pm ABC6*
Carolina at Buffalo 7:00 pm  
Cleveland at N.Y. Giants 7:00 pm NFLN/10TV*
New Orleans at Jacksonville 7:00 pm  
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia 7:00 pm NBC4*
Tampa Bay at Miami 7:00 pm  
L.A. Rams at Baltimore 7:30 pm  
Washington at New England 7:30 pm  
Tennessee at Green Bay 8:00 pm  
Houston at Kansas City 8:30 pm  
Dallas at San Francisco 10:00 pm NFLN
Indianapolis at Seattle 10:00 pm  
FRIDAY
Atlanta at N.Y. Jets 7:30 pm NFLN
Detroit at Oakland 10:30 pm NFLN
SATURDAY
Minnesota at Denver 9:00 pm NFLN
L.A. Chargers at Arizona 10:00 pm  
*In Columbus TV market

Ward, who is already listed as a starting cornerback on the Browns’ depth chart, will be thrown into the fire immediately on Thursday night against a Giants team that includes one of the NFL’s best wide receivers, Odell Beckham Jr., though it’s likely that Beckham – who suffered an injury in a preseason game against the Browns last August, and ended up playing just four games in the regular season – won’t play on Thursday.

In the first couple weeks of his first NFL training camp, Ward has drawn praise from his new coaches and teammates for how he has performed as a Brown so far.

“I think that he has the ability to be one of the elite corners in this league,” fellow Browns defensive back Damarious Randall said last weekend, according to 247Sports’ Josh Edwards. “He is fast. He can run with anybody. The biggest thing that I am impressed with is his press technique. He is not scared to go up there and press anyone. That is one thing that you look for in a younger guy.”

Other former Buckeyes to watch in that game include running back Carlos Hyde, who is entering his first season as a Brown after four seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, and cornerback Eli Apple, who is looking to get back on track after a tumultuous second season with the New York Giants.

Price, Hubbard and Worley, meanwhile, will make their debuts for Ohio’s other NFL team on Thursday, when the Cincinnati Bengals open their preseason with a game against the Chicago Bears, also at 7 p.m., which will air on ABC6 in Columbus.

Like Ward, Price – the No. 21 overall pick in April’s NFL draft – is already listed a starter on his new team’s depth chart. He’s had his share of struggles early in training camp, as he adjusts to snapping the ball to a quarterback under center after rarely doing so at Ohio State, but he’s nonetheless in line to be the Bengals’ starting center and says he’s excited to take the field at Paul Brown Stadium on Thursday night.

“There's going to be nerves without a doubt,” Price said Tuesday, per Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com. “I think you're silly if you don't think there's going to be any nerves. This is your first NFL preseason start. But it's going to be fun. You've got to make sure you control what you can control and go out there and have some fun.”

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Billy Price will snap in his first NFL game when the Cincinnati Bengals open their preseason on Thursday. Sam Greene – USA TODAY Sports

Hubbard and Worley, meanwhile, should both see playing time for the Bengals’ defense on Thursday. For Hubbard, a third-round pick, it will be a realization of a dream come true, as the Cincinnati native will be playing for the team he grew up cheering for in front of his hometown crowd for the first time. For Worley, an undrafted rookie, every preseason game will be crucial for him to perform well and improve his chances of making the regular-season roster.

Another Buckeye who will certainly be of interest on Thursday night is Barrett, also an undrafted rookie who is looking to earn his way onto the Saints’ roster. As their current fourth-string quarterback, however, Barrett probably won’t see much playing time in Thursday’s 7 p.m. game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, as second-string quarterback Tom Savage and third-string quarterback Taysom Hill are expected to see most of the reps.

Of course, there are plenty of other Buckeyes to watch when the Saints take the field, as their roster currently includes an NFL-high six former Ohio State players, also including wide receivers Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn Jr. and defensive backs Marshon Lattimore, Vonn Bell and Kurt Coleman. The Jaguars also have two Buckeyes in Michael Bennett and Andrew Norwell, who is set for his first time action as a Jaguar after he said a five-year, $66.5 million deal with the team in March.

J.T. Barrett
J.T. Barrett could take his first NFL snaps in the New Orleans Saints' preseason opener on Thursday. Derick E. Hingle – USA TODAY Sports

Another intriguing game for Ohio State ties could come at 10 p.m. Thursday, when the Indianapolis Colts play the Seattle Seahawks, as both teams drafted Buckeyes this April. The Colts selected Lewis with a second-round pick, while the Seahawks selected Jones with a fifth-round pick, and that could potentially mean the former teammates even matching up against one another on Thursday. Jones is currently competing to be the Seahawks’ starting right tackle. It’s uncertain whether Lewis will be able to play on Thursday, however, as he was listed on the Colts’ injury report with a foot injury earlier this week.

Other former Buckeyes who could be on the field in that game include defensive end John Simon for the Colts, and tight end Nick Vannett for the Seahawks. Former Buckeyes and current Colts safety Malik Hooker isn’t expected to play until later in the preseason as he works his way back from a torn ACL.

Another former Buckeye who tore his ACL last season, linebacker Raekwon McMillan, is expected to play when the Miami Dolphins play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 7 p.m. on Thursday. Baker, who played alongside McMillan in Ohio State’s linebacker corps in 2016, is also expected to make his Dolphins debut on Thursday.

Sprinkle, who is looking to make the Carolina Panthers’ roster as an undrafted rookie, will get his first chance to show what he is capable of in NFL game action when the Panthers play the Buffalo Bills at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Webb, who is looking to make the Tennessee Titans' roster as an undrafted rookie, will get his first chance to play in an NFL uniform at 8 p.m. Thursday, when the Titans play the Green Bay Packers – a game that will also serve as the head coaching debut for former Ohio State defensive end and assistant coach Mike Vrabel, and as the NFL coaching debut for former Ohio State cornerbacks coach Kerry Coombs.

Marcus Baugh, an undrafted rookie tight end from Ohio State, will get his chance to play in his first NFL preseason game when the Oakland Raiders play the Detroit Lions at 10 p.m. on Friday night, in a game that will be televised on NFL Network.

Jalyn Holmes, a fourth-round pick defensive end from Ohio State, will also get a chance to make his NFL preseason debut on NFL Network when the Minnesota Vikings play the Denver Broncos at 9 p.m. Saturday.

Other former Buckeyes who will play in nationally televised Week 1 NFL preseason games include Ezekiel Elliott, Rod Smith, Noah Brown and Tyvis Powell, as the Dallas Cowboys play the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday at 10 p.m. on NFL Network; Darron Lee and Terrelle Pryor, as the New York Jets play the Atlanta Falcons at 7:30 p.m. Friday on NFL Network; and Jeff Heuerman, Bradley Roby and Corey “Philly” Brown for the Broncos.

Columbus-area viewers who want to watch Malcolm Jenkins, Cameron Johnston and Cameron Heyward in action will also have that option on Thursday at 7 p.m., as the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles’ game against the Pittsburgh Steelers will be televised locally on NBC4.

The NFL also offers an online subscription service, NFL Game Pass, which allows viewers to live out-of-market preseason games and replays of all NFL games.


Author's note: Tennessee Titans safety Damon Webb was omitted from the list of 2017 Buckeyes making their NFL preseason debuts in the original publication of this article.


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Walter Brooks, founder of Cape Cod Today, died last night at the Mary McCarthy Hospice House in Sandwich.  He was 87 years old.

In 1997 Walter established Cape Cod Today as one of the nation’s first on-line only, hyperlocal newspapers.  For the next nineteen years, Walter started every morning working on CCToday, until he sold his media assets to CTM Media in early 2016. 

Later that year Walter helped arrange CTM’s donation of the news site to the Masonic Angel Foundation through CTM’s IDW Media Charitable Foundation, Inc.  Joining us as volunteer Managing Editor, Walter worked alongside us until literally the day he died.  One could not ask for a finer, more caring mentor than Walter Brooks.

When Walter founded CCToday most in the print newspaper industry ignored the potential of online local news.  While Walter was ignored by some of his contemporaries, his remarks about print news and “the mating sounds of dinosaurs” proved all too prescient.  Walter saw the demise of old-school print newspapers decades before his contemporaries paid attention.

Positive influence on Cape Cod’s schools

Walter’s Cape Cod Today work may be best remembered for his influence on Cape Cod’s schools.  Walter saw the developing “school competition culture” years before others.  He celebrated school choice, charter choice and technical schools as bringing new options to Cape Cod’s children. 

At the same time, Walter’s articles about trends in local education and the occasional expose piece encouraged the Cape’s school districts to become some of the most transparent in the nation.

When Walter returned to Cape Cod Today after the 2016 transitions, he provided indispensable mentoring to our new team of volunteer editors and reporters.  Walter’s guidance and hard work helped us to nearly triple our readership in less than two years.

On a personal note, your publisher was honored to enjoy a 30 plus year friendship with Walter Brooks.  We did our early explorations of desktop publishing side by side.  Later I had the privilege to partner with Walter on many content pieces and investigative reports published on Cape Cod Today. 

Even as his health began to decline, we continued to speak every day. 

The last time I visited Walter, just a few days before his passing, he wanted to know the daily readership numbers and what stories we had in process.

A career of over 65 years

Walter Brooks’ career in journalism spanned over 65 years.  In that time, Walter held nearly every position there was to hold in newspapering including, retail advertising manager, managing editor, promotion/marketing director, art director, photographer, and publisher.

Among Walter’s newspaper ports of call were The Village Voice, New York Post, Greenwich CT Time, Naugatuck CT Daily News, Amherst MA Journal-Record, Enfield CT PressThe Cape Codder and MPG Communications.

Walter’s columns and travel articles have appeared in The Boston Globe, Providence Journal, Baltimore Sun, MPG Newspaper Group, Editor & Publisher magazine and many others.

Walter was born in 1930 in Waterbury, Connecticut to Walter Rollin Brooks, Sr. and mother Evelyn Mae (Clark) Brooks. He was an only child.

He was educated at the Taft School, Culver Military Academy and University of Connecticut and was a frequent lecturer on newspaper design and promotion and niche publications.

In 1960 Walter and his bride, Patricia, moved to Harwich and never left.  They raised their two sons, Todd and Jay, here. Then they enjoyed watching their grandchildren, Will and Marina, thrive here as well.

In 1988, Walter and Pat founded the Best Read Guide.  This tourism publication led to a network of franchised editions.  In 2010, Walter wrote of Best Read Guide: “In the northeast of the U.S. Best Read Guide literally dominates tourism with editions in fifteen key family vacation areas like Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod and Newport. These editions are read each year by a majority of Americans living east of the Mississippi. There are over a dozen editions in the southeast including markets like Orlando, Hilton Head, Savannah, Jacksonville, Tampa, Charleston, Augusta, St. Simon's Island, Clearwater, Kentucky, Smoky Mountains, St. Petersburg, and Daytona Beach. The American Midwest is covered with a half dozen in the Great Lakes areas plus Branson and Nashville. The latest editions include ones in Palm Springs, Vail, Aspen, Las Vegas, Anchorage and Juneau Alaska and London, England.”

Best Read Guide moved online in 1996 with capecodtravel.com which received over ten million hits a month.  Walter later started BRG Distribution Company along with weddings and kids’ tourism sites that were included in the portfolio sold to CTM Media upon his retirement.

A memorial service will be held after Labor Day and will be published on Cape Cod Today when scheduled.

 


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          NFL Players Kneel and Raise Fists During Anthem, Defying Donald Trump and Roger Goodell      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Outspoken safety Malcolm Jenkins restarted his protest movement on Thursday by raising a fist during the national anthem ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles’ preseason opener, answering the question of whether players would continue their social justice protests despite increased pressure from the league to stand down. Jenkins was joined on the Eagles sideline by defensive back De’Vante Bausby, who also raised a fist, and defensive end Chris Long, who draped an arm around Jenkins in a sign of solidarity.

Jenkins has been a leader of the protest movement over the last two years, but called off his own personal protest last year after the Players Coalition, a group he co-founded, agreed to a partnership with the NFL in which the league would contribute $89 million over seven years to projects promoting social justice causes, including criminal justice reform, law enforcement’s relationship with local communities, and education. Last year, former San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid publicly broke with Jenkins over that deal, saying he was asked to stop protesting as a condition of the NFL distributing that money.

Jenkins, for his part, publicly criticized Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones last month for implementing a team policy that required players to stand during the anthem. During pregame warmups Thursday night, Eagles players wore shirts that addressed the issues championed by the Players Coalition. Jenkins wore one himself and posted a statement before kickoff Thursday:

Elsewhere around the league, Miami Dolphins Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson kneeled during the anthem and teammate Robert Quinn raised his fist. The NFL has gone to great lengths to try to put a stop to players kneeling during the anthem, going so far as to update league rules in May to explicitly ban kneeling or sitting during the anthem. “This season, all league and team personnel shall stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem,” a statement from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell read after the policy change. “Personnel who choose not to stand for the Anthem may stay in the locker room until after the Anthem has been performed.” Under pressure from players, the league announced that the policy, which would have fined teams for noncompliance, would not be imposed until the players association’s grievance on the new rule was resolved.

An ESPN reporter tweeted that four Jacksonville Jaguars appeared to take the NFL up on its suggestion that players protest by skipping the anthem rather than kneeling during it. Telvin Smith, Jalen Ramsey, Leonard Fournette, and T.J. Yeldon all waited in the tunnel until shortly after the anthem finished, though there has been no official confirmation that they intended their actions to be a form of protest.

Update, Aug. 10, 8:50 a.m.: In a game played later on Thursday, three members of the Seattle Seahawks—defensive linemen Branden Jackson and Quinton Jefferson and offensive lineman Duane Brown—ran off the field before the anthem started playing.

Colin Kaepernick, who started the protest movement in the 2016 preseason and has since been exiled from the league, sent a message on Thursday supporting the two Dolphins players who kneeled.

Reid, Kaepernick’s former 49ers teammate who is also out of the NFL and has a pending collusion grievance against the league, tweeted an identical message from his account.

In a statement on Thursday night, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said, “There has been no change in the NFL’s policy regarding the national anthem. The anthem will continue to be played before every game, and all player and non-player personnel on the field at that time are expected to stand during the presentation of the flag and performance of the anthem. Personnel who do not wish to do so can choose to remain in the locker room. We remain committed to working with the players to identify solutions and to continue making progress on important social issues affecting our communities.”


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          NFL players protest during anthem, drawing rebuke from Trump      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

NFL players demonstrated during the national anthem at several preseason games Thursday night, protests that again drew a rebuke from President Donald Trump.

Writing on Twitter from his New Jersey golf resort, Trump said Friday that players "make a fortune doing what they love," and those who refuse to stand "proudly" for the anthem should be suspended without pay.

He contended "most of them are unable to define" what they're demonstrating against." Instead, he said, players should "Be happy, be cool!"

In Philadelphia, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and cornerback De'Vante Bausby raised their fists during the anthem, and defensive end Chris Long placed his arm around Jenkins' shoulder. Jenkins had stopped his demonstration last December.

Defensive end Michael Bennett walked out of the tunnel during the anthem and walked toward the bench while it played. It appeared all the Steelers stood.

"Everybody is waiting for what the league is going to do," Jenkins said. "We won't let it stop what we stand for. I was very encouraged last year with the direction and that obviously took a different turn.

"I think it's important to utilize the platform as we can because for whatever reason, we have framed this demonstration in a negative light, and often players have to defend why we feel the need to fight for everyday Americans, and in actuality we're doing the right thing."

At Miami, Dolphins receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson and defensive end Robert Quinn protested during the anthem. Stills and Wilson kneeled behind teammates lined up standing along the sideline. Quinn stood and raised his right fist. There were no apparent protests by the Buccaneers.

"As a black man in this world, I've got an obligation to raise awareness," Quinn said. "If no one wants to live in unity, that's why we're in the situation we're in."

Stills kneeled during the anthem during the 2016-17 seasons and has been vocal discussing social injustice issues that inspired the protest movement by NFL players.

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a leader of the movement, tweeted support for Stills and Wilson.

"My brother @kstills continued his protest of systemic oppression tonight by taking a knee," the tweet said. "Albert Wilson joined him in protest. Stay strong brothers!"

And in Seattle, three Seahawks players ran into the team's locker room prior to the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

Defensive linemen Branden Jackson and Quinton Jefferson, and offensive lineman Duane Brown left the field following team introductions and before the start of the anthem. They returned to the sideline immediately after it concluded. All three were among a group of Seattle players that sat during the anthem last season.

Brown and Jefferson said they intend to continue the action all season. Seattle coach Pete Carroll said the team discussed the topic and decided to support individual decisions. Brown said he didn't believe there had been much progress made from the demonstrations of last season.

"Everyone was clear on my decision and understands and supports it," Brown said. "We all have different realities in this country and they understand my perspective. We're all on good terms."

In Jacksonville, four Jaguars remained in the locker room during the national anthem, and team officials said it would be up to the players to explain why they weren't on the field. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Telvin Smith, and running backs Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon joined teammates on the sideline after the anthem.

"As a man, I got certain beliefs," said Smith, who wore "Salute the Service" cleats. "You know what I mean? This is not going to become a distraction, and Jacksonville's not going to become a distraction for this team. I got beliefs. I did what I did. I don't know if it's going to be every week, can't answer if it's going to be every week.

"But as a man I've got to stand for something. I love my team, I'm dedicated to my teammates, and that's what we're talking about. I did what I did. It was love. I hope people see it and respect it. I respect views."

At Baltimore, both teams stood, but while most of the Ravens lined up shoulder to shoulder on the sideline, second-year linebacker Tim Williams stood alone in front of the bench with his back toward the field.

All players on each team at New England appeared to stand for the anthem, some bowing their heads and others placing their hands on their hearts. The Patriots observed a moment of silence beforehand for Weymouth, Massachusetts, police officer Michael Chesna, who was killed last month in the line of duty.

The league and the players' union have yet to announce a policy for this season regarding demonstrations during the anthem after the league initially ordered everyone to stand on the sideline when the anthem is played, or remain in the locker room.

"The NFL has been engaged in constructive discussions with the NFL Players Association regarding the anthem and issues of equality and social justice that are of concern to many Americans," league spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email.

"While those discussions continue, the NFL has agreed to delay implementing or enforcing any club work rules that could result in players being disciplined for their conduct during the performance of the anthem.

"Meanwhile, there has been no change in the NFL's policy regarding the national anthem. The anthem will continue to be played before every game, and all player and non-player personnel on the field at that time are expected to stand during the presentation of the flag and performance of the anthem. Personnel who do not wish to do so can choose to remain in the locker room.

"We remain committed to working with the players to identify solutions and to continue making progress on important social issues affecting our communities."


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I suppose it's inevitable that I join the national chorus of people complaining about the heat. But August and Florida have never been a good combination, so I'm not surprised. We're pretty limited in what we can do outdoors in this kind of weather -- we take little early-morning walks around the neighborhood that leave us feeling as limp and faded as this flag.


My brother, mom and I went to lunch yesterday at a taco place near Jacksonville Beach with this amazing mural on the side of the building. I got a taco salad because I feel like I haven't had any vegetables in a couple of days, but of course a taco salad isn't exactly nutritious. There was romaine lettuce and a few tomatoes, and I got some "Mexican street corn" on the side -- but it had a cheese topping.

So basically, I'm living a life of no exercise and dubiously nutritious food. Welcome to America!


The bathrooms in the taco restaurant were painted with images of Mexican wrestlers. Or at least the men's room was. I can't vouch for what was going on in the women's. I should have asked my mom.


I'm sure you don't remember -- and why would you? -- but this glassware was the subject of one of the first photos that I took with my first serious camera back in 1983. It used to belong to my grandmother, and then I owned it for several years, and now my brother keeps it on a windowsill in his kitchen. The blue pieces are very lightweight "carnival glass" that I think came from Cape Cod back in the 1930s. The red one may have come from there, too, but it's better quality Anchor-Hocking in a color called ruby red -- vases like that are omnipresent on eBay, or at least were the last time I looked.

Last night we started out watching more Harry Potter, until my brother basically demanded that my niece turn it off so we could watch something else. (We switched to an old episode of "Miami Vice.") My older niece seems to be going through a Harry Potter phase at the moment -- she's very artistic, and she's been making wands and spell books and writing quills all sorts of Potteresque items. She still has a thing for dragons, too, and she uses the iPad to draw dragons and gryphons and other mythical beasts sitting in the palm of her hand. It's pretty cool -- I watched her produce one yesterday. She can work that iPad like nobody's business, and she's very imaginative in determining what the beasts should look like (why not a snow leopard?) and what they should be doing (blowing smoke?).

Today I'm moving from my brother's to my mom's, where I'll stay the next few nights on her couch. I don't want to stay too long in any one place and wear out my welcome! At least I had the good sense to replace the wine I drank at my brother's, which as far as I'm concerned is pretty much the cardinal rule of visiting anyone.
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Saints defeat Jaguars 24-20 in preseason opener

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Blake Bortles completed 6 of 9 passes for 53 yards and scored on a short bootleg in Jacksonville's 24-20 loss to New Orleans in the exhibition opener for both teams Thursday night.

Bortles was poised in the pocket and nearly perfect in one series of work, a significant improvement from the way his preseason started a year ago. Bortles had a five-interception performance during a training camp practice in 2017 and continued to struggle during joint practices with New England. He was benched two weeks into the preseason and had to earn the starting job.

A year later, his starting spot is as solid as just about anyone's on the team. It showed against the Saints.

Playing without two starting offensive linemen - left guard Andrew Norwell (calf) and right tackle Jermey Parnell (precaution) - Bortles led the Jaguars on a 15-play, 79-yard drive to open the game. He converted both third-down passes he faced and finished off the series by going untouched around the right side.

Saints star Drew Brees got the night off, allowing backup Tom Savage to play the first half. Savage completed 10 of 14 passes for 70 yards. Brees only played in one preseason game in 2017.

Mark Ingram, suspended the first four games of the regular season for violating NFL policy on performance enhancers, carried seven times for 23 yards and a touchdown. Ingram scored against Jacksonville's backups and after a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty kept the drive alive.

The exhibition game involved two teams playing for the first time since heartbreaking postseason exits.

The Saints were on the losing end of the "Minnesota Miracle" in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs. The Jaguars led New England by 10 points in the fourth quarter of the AFC championship before falling 24-20.

NATIONAL ANTHEM
  
Jacksonville had four players in the locker room during the national anthem, but team officials said it would be up to the players to explain why they weren't on the field. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Telvin Smith, and running backs Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon joined teammates on the sideline after the anthem.

GAME CHANGERS

The Saints overcame a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to win. Jayrone Elliott's strip-sack set up rookie Jonathan Williams' 4-yard touchdown run with 2:16 remaining. Elliott had another strip-sack late in the game, but the Jaguars recovered.

SOLID OUTING

Jaguars backup quarterback Cody Kessler completed 14 of 17 passes for 139 yards, with a touchdown . Jacksonville acquired Kessler in a trade with Cleveland in March.

INJURIES

Saints backup cornerback P.J. Williams appeared to get the wind knocked out him while making a tackle. He jogged to the bench but later headed to the locker room. ... The Jaguars had 10 guys who didn't suit up, including All-Pro defensive end Calais Campbell (calf) and rookie defensive lineman Taven Bryan (abdomen).

UP NEXT

Saints host Arizona next Friday night.

Jaguars travel to Minnesota on Tuesday for two joint practices with the Vikings before their exhibition game on Aug. 18.


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Aea Celestice, a black transgender woman living in Jacksonville, Florida, has the most basic of plans for the next chapter of her life: She hopes to get out of town before someone kills her. Celestice, 32, has good reason to worry. Over the past six months, four black trans women in the city have be...

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Player demonstrations took place during the national anthem at several early NFL preseason games Thursday night. In Philadelphia, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and cornerback De’Vante Bausby raised their fists during the anthem, and defensive end Chris Long placed his arm around Jenkins’ shoulder. Jenkins had stopped his demonstration last December. Defensive end Michael Bennett walked out of the tunnel during the anthem and walked toward the bench while it played. It appeared all the Steelers stood. “Everybody is waiting for what the league is going to do,” Jenkins said. “We won’t let it stop what we stand for. I was very encouraged last year with the direction and that obviously took a different turn. Need to fight for others “I think it’s important to utilize the platform as we can because for whatever reason, we have framed this demonstration in a negative light, and often players have to defend why we feel the need to fight for everyday Americans, and in actuality we’re doing the right thing.” At Miami, Dolphins receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson and defensive end Robert Quinn protested during the anthem. Stills and Wilson kneeled behind teammates lined up standing along the sideline. Quinn stood and raised his right fist. There were no apparent protests by the Buccaneers. “As a black man in this world, I’ve got an obligation to raise awareness,” Quinn said. “If no one wants to live in unity, that’s why we’re in the situation we’re in.” Stills kneeled during the anthem during the 2016-17 seasons and has been vocal discussing social injustice issues that inspired the protest movement by NFL players. Kaepernick tweets support Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a leader of the movement, tweeted support for Stills and Wilson. “My brother @kstills continued his protest of systemic oppression tonight by taking a knee,” the tweet said. “Albert Wilson joined him in protest. Stay strong brothers!” And in Seattle, three Seahawks players ran into the team’s locker room before the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Defensive linemen Branden Jackson and Quinton Jefferson, and offensive lineman Duane Brown left the field following team introductions and before the start of the anthem. They returned to the sideline immediately after it concluded. All three were among a group of Seattle players that sat during the anthem last season. Brown and Jefferson said they intend to continue the action all season. Seattle coach Pete Carroll said the team discussed the topic and decided to support individual decisions. Brown said he didn’t believe there had been much progress made from the demonstrations of last season. “Everyone was clear on my decision and understands and supports it,” Brown said. “We all have different realities in this country and they understand my perspective. We’re all on good terms.” Around the league In Jacksonville, four Jaguars remained in the locker room during the national anthem, and team officials said it would be up to the players to explain why they weren’t on the field. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Telvin Smith, and running backs Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon joined teammates on the sideline after the anthem. “As a man, I got certain beliefs,” said Smith, who wore “Salute the Service” cleats. “You know what I mean? This is not going to become a distraction, and Jacksonville’s not going to become a distraction for this team. I got beliefs. I did what I did. I don’t know if it’s going to be every week, can’t answer if it’s going to be every week. “But as a man I’ve got to stand for something. I love my team, I’m dedicated to my teammates, and that’s what we’re talking about. I did what I did. It was love. I hope people see it and respect it. I respect views.” At Baltimore, both teams stood, but while most of the Ravens lined up shoulder to shoulder on the sideline, second-year linebacker Tim Williams stood alone in front of the bench with his back toward the field. All of the players on each team at New England appeared to stand for the national anthem, some bowing their heads and others placing their hands on their hearts. The Patriots observed a moment of silence beforehand for Weymouth, Massachusetts, police officer Michael Chesna, who was killed last month in the line of duty. The league and the players’ union have yet to announce a policy for this season regarding demonstrations during the anthem after the league initially ordered everyone to stand on the sideline when “The Star-Spangled Banner” is played, or remain in the locker room. “The NFL has been engaged in constructive discussions with the NFL Players Association regarding the anthem and issues of equality and social justice that are of concern to many Americans,” league spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email.
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Ator de “Com Amor, Simon” se declara para namorado nas redes sociais ao compartilhar férias do casal.




O ator Keiynan Lonsdale, intérprete de Bram Greenfeld de “Com Amor, Simon” é só amor com o seu namorado o modelo Zak Frio e tem feito questão de compartilhar os momentos que têm passado ao lado do companheiro no Joshua Tree National Park na Califórnia.

O casal dividiu com os seguidores fotos do final de semana no local paradisíaco. “Obrigado por uns dos melhores dias da minha vida. Te amo sim!”, escreveu Lonsdale.

Já Zak também contou da experiência e aproveitou para fazer elogios ao namorado. “Um final de semana que vou lembrar pra vida. Encontre alguém com quem você pode ser 100% você mesmo. Alguém que te ajude a ser o melhor que você possa ser na vida”, escreveu.

No Twitter, ele continuou se derretendo de amores. “Keynyan, obrigado por sempre me inspirar. Obrigado por me encorajar a ser eu mesmo e o meu melhor. A vida é uma aventura louca e é uma benção explorá-la e crescer com você ao meu lado. Mágico”, declarou.

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Vaquinha online ajuda jovem gay rejeitado pelos pais a ir para a faculdade.


Com a ajuda da professora de Biologia, Seth Owen começou uma vaquinha online e conseguiu arrecadar 6 vezes mais


Após passar pela "terapia de conversão", Seth teve de sair da casa dos pais e trabalhar para se sustentar, conseguindo ingressar à universidade dos sonhos com doações na vaquinha online e arrecadando 6 vezes mais do que a meta

Seth Owen é um jovem gay americano de 18 anos que foi rejeitado pelos pais  ao assumir sua sexualidade e teve de sair de casa, mudando para o lar de amigos. Mesmo assim, ele não desistiu do seu sonho de vida de estudar e ingressar à universidade desejada. Esse sonho pôde finalmente se tornar realidade com doações em uma vaquinha online, que arrecadou seis vezes mais do que a meta colocada para pagar a faculdade de Owen.

Com a ajuda da professora de Biologia do jovem, a vaquinha online começou em junho no site “Go Fund Me”, antes do ano letivo começar nos Estados Unidos, e conseguiu alcançar na semana passada sua meta de US$ 20 mil (aproximadamente R$ 75 mil), mas ainda está arrecadando fundos e já chega à marca de US$ 140 mil (cerca de R$ 520 mil).

Quando a meta foi alcançada, Owen fez uma publicação no site agradecendo às doações e ao apoio dado a ele. “Meus sonhos se tornaram realidade por causa de todos vocês”, diz. “Durante esse processo, as pessoas foram muito amorosas e generosas e mostraram que Jacksonville é um lugar de apoio e tolerância”, comenta sobre os doadores da cidade na Flórida, onde nasceu.

O estudante ainda fez questão de pontuar e reafirmar os direitos da comunidade LGBT no país. Apesar de o preconceito ainda ser um problema, ele acredita que a reação entusiasmada das pessoas pela vaquinha mostra que  injustiças contra a comunidade LGBT não serão mais toleradas.

“Peço que continuem sendo aliados da forma que conseguirem, não só da comunidade LGBTQ+, mas também de todos os grupos marginalizados”, afirma. De acordo com informações da página de arrecadações, o jovem gay conseguiu ingressar na faculdade desejada, Georgetown University, no estado de Washington D.C., e começará os estudos em algumas semanas.

A história do jovem que conseguiu ingressar na faculdade com a vaquinha online.


Seth não conseguiu a bolsa na faculdade com a premissa de não ter apoio dos pais, mas entrou com a vaquinha online


Após passar um ano fazendo “terapia de conversão”, os pais ultraconservadores de Owen deram, em fevereiro deste ano, um ultimato ao filho. Segundo a página no “ Go Fund Me ”, ele teria que escolher entre continuar comparecendo à igreja, que não aprovava sua orientação sexual, ou sair da casa dos pais. Pelo bem-estar próprio, Owen escolheu sair de casa e morar com os amigos.

Desde então, ele começou a trabalhar para se sustentar, já que seus pais também negaram apoio emocional e financeiro devido a suas crenças religiosas. Owen nunca abaixou a cabeça e continuou a trabalhar e estudar, tornando-se o estudante com as melhores notas da classe. O estudante tentou conquistar uma bolsa para estudar na universidade com a premissa da ausência de apoio parental e não conseguiu, mas foi possível ingressar com a vaquinha online . 


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Despite yet-to-be controverted evidence showing that Nigeria’s finance minister, Kemi Adeosun, forged her National Youth Service Corps scheme exemption certificate, the Nigeria Police Force is yet to begin investigation into the scandal.

The officers, however, have swiftly commenced investigations into a similar scandal involving Ademola Adeleke, the opposition Peoples’ Democratic Party governorship candidate in Osun State.

Mr Adeleke, the senator currently representing Osun West in the National Assembly, is alleged to have forged his secondary school certificate.

The senator is also alleged to have falsified his certificate of graduation from Jacksonville State University in Alabama, United States of America.

Last week, the police invited Abass Khalib, the principal of Ede Muslim High School 1 where Mr Adeleke finished from, for investigation over the issuance of the alleged forged statement of result and testimonial to the senator.

On Sunday, Mr Adeleke said the principal’s arrest was politically-motivated and demanded his release.

But while the drama continued to play out in Osun State ahead of the September gubernatorial election, nothing has happened at the federal level where the finance minister is accused of a similar scandal but has chosen to ignore Nigerians.

It is still unclear why the police have yet to act on Mrs Adeosun’s alleged certificate forgery allegations.

Days after the scandal broke, Jimoh Moshood, the Nigeria police spokesperson, speaking on Channels Television’s breakfast show, Sunrise Daily, said the police were not aware of the scandal.

When contacted on Monday, Mr Moshood said he would return the call later. He did not and subsequent phone calls to his line were not answered.

On July 7, PREMIUM TIMES exposed how Mrs Adeosun, who was appointed a federal minister by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015, skipped the mandatory NYSC scheme after graduating at age 22.

The NYSC scheme is compulsory for all Nigerians who obtain their first degrees under the age of 30.

The corps’ only response to the scandal was a statement saying that Mrs Adeosun did apply for the document but that it would “investigate the origin of the purported Exemption Certificate in question”.

The Nigerian government’s silence in the aftermath of the scandal has continued to generate a heated public reaction with civil society organisations calling for an investigation into the matter as well as the minister’s reaction.

Last month, the Human and Environmental Development Agenda petitioned the Inspector General of Police demanding an investigation into the scandal.

Last week, another organisation, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project sent a Freedom of Information request to Sule Kazaure, the NYSC Director-General, asking him to “urgently provide information on specific details and documents on the purported exemption certificate granted to Mrs Adeosun” within seven days.

The seven-day ultimatum expires on today, August 9.

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TULSA, Okla. -- QuikTrip’s newest addition to its QT Kitchens foodservice program is a made-to-order-sandwich counter. The convenience-store retailer is testing the offerings in its home market of Tusla, Okla., as well as Wichita, Kan.

Customers can customize their subs or choose from QT’s signature combinations, including The Big Italian, 3 Meat Stack and The Gardener. The retailer is looking to create a premium feel with Choice roast beef, Genoa salami and Black Forest ham. With sandwiches starting at $3.49, however, the c-store chain is also aiming for a competitive price point.

The counters are featured at all stores in both markets and have received positive reviews, according to the company.

“Our Tulsa and Wichita customers are loyal fans, and because of their trust in our company, they give our new products a fair shot,” said Adam Fidanza, corporate sales manager for QT. “We’ve received enthusiastic comments from the subs trials in these two markets, and we’re excited for this broader launch of fresh subs in Tulsa and Wichita.” 

Sandwiches are a safe bet for QT, considering about 61% of consumers eat sandwiches about once a week, according to Technomic’s 2018 Sandwich Consumer Trend Report.  However, fast-casual sub chains such as Jersey Mikes, Manasquan, N.J., and Firehouse Subs, Jacksonville, Fla., create steep competition in the category.

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Mayo Clinic will get a new president and chief executive at the end of the year when Dr. Gianrico Farrugia takes over from Dr. John Noseworthy, who is retiring. The world-renowned health care organization based in Rochester, Minnesota, made the announcement Friday. Farrugia has been CEO of Mayo’s Jacksonville, Florida, campus since 2015. He tells […]
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NFL players demonstrated during the national anthem at several preseason games Thursday night, protests that again drew a rebuke from President Donald Trump.

Writing on Twitter from his New Jersey golf resort, Trump said Friday players "make a fortune doing what they love," and those who refuse to stand "proudly" for the anthem should be suspended without pay.

He contended "most of them are unable to define" what they're demonstrating against." Instead, he said, players should "Be happy, be cool!"

In Philadelphia, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and cornerback De'Vante Bausby raised their fists during the anthem, and defensive end Chris Long placed his arm around Jenkins' shoulder. Jenkins had stopped his demonstration last December.

Defensive end Michael Bennett walked out of the tunnel during the anthem and walked toward the bench while it played. It appeared all the Steelers stood.

"Everybody is waiting for what the league is going to do," Jenkins said. "We won't let it stop what we stand for. I was very encouraged last year with the direction and that obviously took a different turn.

"I think it's important to utilize the platform as we can because for whatever reason, we have framed this demonstration in a negative light, and often players have to defend why we feel the need to fight for everyday Americans, and in actuality we're doing the right thing."

At Miami, Dolphins receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson and defensive end Robert Quinn protested during the anthem. Stills and Wilson kneeled behind teammates lined up standing along the sideline. Quinn stood and raised his right fist. There were no apparent protests by the Buccaneers.

"As a black man in this world, I've got an obligation to raise awareness," Quinn said. "If no one wants to live in unity, that's why we're in the situation we're in."

Stills kneeled during the anthem during the 2016-17 seasons and has been vocal discussing social injustice issues that inspired the protest movement by NFL players.

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a leader of the movement, tweeted support for Stills and Wilson.

"My brother @kstills continued his protest of systemic oppression tonight by taking a knee," the tweet said. "Albert Wilson joined him in protest. Stay strong brothers!"

And in Seattle, three Seahawks players ran into the team's locker room prior to the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

Defensive linemen Branden Jackson and Quinton Jefferson, and offensive lineman Duane Brown left the field following team introductions and before the start of the anthem. They returned to the sideline immediately after it concluded. All three were among a group of Seattle players that sat during the anthem last season.

Brown and Jefferson said they intend to continue the action all season. Seattle coach Pete Carroll said the team discussed the topic and decided to support individual decisions. Brown said he didn't believe there had been much progress made from the demonstrations of last season.

"Everyone was clear on my decision and understands and supports it," Brown said. "We all have different realities in this country and they understand my perspective. We're all on good terms."

In Jacksonville, four Jaguars remained in the locker room during the national anthem, and team officials said it would be up to the players to explain why they weren't on the field. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Telvin Smith, and running backs Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon joined teammates on the sideline after the anthem.

"As a man, I got certain beliefs," said Smith, who wore "Salute the Service" cleats. "You know what I mean? This is not going to become a distraction, and Jacksonville's not going to become a distraction for this team. I got beliefs. I did what I did. I don't know if it's going to be every week, can't answer if it's going to be every week.

"But as a man I've got to stand for something. I love my team, I'm dedicated to my teammates, and that's what we're talking about. I did what I did. It was love. I hope people see it and respect it. I respect views."

At Baltimore, both teams stood, but while most of the Ravens lined up shoulder to shoulder on the sideline, second-year linebacker Tim Williams stood alone in front of the bench with his back toward the field.

All players on each team at New England appeared to stand for the anthem, some bowing their heads and others placing their hands on their hearts. The Patriots observed a moment of silence beforehand for Weymouth, Massachusetts, police officer Michael Chesna, who was killed last month in the line of duty.

The league and the players' union have yet to announce a policy for this season regarding demonstrations during the anthem after the league initially ordered everyone to stand on the sideline when the anthem is played, or remain in the locker room.

"The NFL has been engaged in constructive discussions with the NFL Players Association regarding the anthem and issues of equality and social justice that are of concern to many Americans," league spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email.

"While those discussions continue, the NFL has agreed to delay implementing or enforcing any club work rules that could result in players being disciplined for their conduct during the performance of the anthem.

"Meanwhile, there has been no change in the NFL's policy regarding the national anthem. The anthem will continue to be played before every game, and all player and non-player personnel on the field at that time are expected to stand during the presentation of the flag and performance of the anthem. Personnel who do not wish to do so can choose to remain in the locker room.

"We remain committed to working with the players to identify solutions and to continue making progress on important social issues affecting our communities."

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Philadelphia Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins, center left, raises his fist during the national anthem before the team's preseason NFL football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

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Miami Dolphins defensive end Robert Quinn (94) raises his right fist during the singing of the national anthem, before the team's NFL preseason football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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Jugadores de la NFL demostraron durante el himno nacional en varios juegos de pretemporada la noche del jueves, protestas que una vez más provocaron enojo del presidente Donald Trump.

Escribiendo en Twitter desde su resort de golf en Nueva Jersey, Trump dijo este viernes que los jugadores "hacen una fortuna haciendo lo que aman", y los que se niegan a ponerse "orgullosos" del himno deberían ser suspendidos sin pagar.

Afirmó que "la mayoría de ellos no pueden definir" lo que están demostrando en contra”. En cambio, dijo, los jugadores deberían" ¡Ser feliz, ser guay! "




En Filadelfia, el profundo de los Eagles Malcolm Jenkins y el esquinero De'Vante Bausby levantaron sus puños durante el himno, y el ala defensiva Chris Long puso su brazo alrededor del hombro de Jenkins. Jenkins había detenido su manifestación en diciembre pasado.

El ala defensiva Michael Bennett salió del túnel durante el himno y caminó hacia el banco mientras jugaba. Parecía que todos los Steelers estaban de pie.

"Todos están esperando lo que la liga va a hacer", dijo Jenkins. "No dejaremos que detenga lo que representamos". Me alentó mucho el año pasado con la dirección y obviamente tomó un giro diferente.

"Creo que es importante utilizar la plataforma como podemos porque, por cualquier razón, hemos enmarcado esta demostración de forma negativa, y con frecuencia los jugadores tienen que defender por qué sentimos la necesidad de luchar por los estadounidenses de a pie, y en realidad estamos haciendo lo correcto."



En Miami, los receptores de los Dolphins Kenny Stills y Albert Wilson y el ala defensiva Robert Quinn protestaron durante el himno. Stills y Wilson se arrodillaron detrás de sus compañeros alineados de pie a lo largo de la línea lateral. Quinn se puso de pie y levantó su puño derecho. No hubo protestas aparentes de los Buccaneers.

"Como hombre negro en este mundo, tengo la obligación de crear conciencia", dijo Quinn. "Si nadie quiere vivir en unidad, es por eso que estamos en la situación en la que estamos".

Stills se arrodilló durante el himno durante las temporadas 2016-17 y ha sido vocal hablando de los problemas de injusticia social que inspiraron el movimiento de protesta de los jugadores de la NFL.
El ex mariscal de campo de la NFL Colin Kaepernick, líder del movimiento, tuiteó su apoyo a Stills y Wilson.

"Mi hermano @kstills continuó su protesta contra la opresión sistémica esta noche al tomar una rodilla", dijo el tweet. "Albert Wilson se unió a él en protesta. ¡Quédense hermanos fuertes!

Y en Seattle, tres jugadores de los Seahawks corrieron al vestuario del equipo antes de jugar "The Star-Spangled Banner".



Los linieros defensivos Branden Jackson y Quinton Jefferson, y el liniero ofensivo Duane Brown abandonaron el campo después de las presentaciones del equipo y antes del inicio del himno. Regresaron a la banca lateral inmediatamente después de que concluyó. Los tres se encontraban entre un grupo de jugadores de Seattle que se sentaron durante el himno la temporada pasada.

Brown y Jefferson dijeron que tienen la intención de continuar la acción toda la temporada. El entrenador de Seattle, Pete Carroll, dijo que el equipo discutió el tema y decidió apoyar las decisiones individuales. Brown dijo que no creía que se hubiera avanzado mucho en las manifestaciones de la temporada pasada.

"Todos tuvieron claro mi decisión y la entienden y la respaldan", dijo Brown. "Todos tenemos realidades diferentes en este país y ellos entienden mi perspectiva. Todos estamos en buenos términos".

En Jacksonville, cuatro Jaguares permanecieron en el vestuario durante el himno nacional, y los oficiales del equipo dijeron que les correspondería a los jugadores explicar por qué no estaban en el campo. El esquinero Jalen Ramsey, el linebacker Telvin Smith y los corredores Leonard Fournette y TJ Yeldon se unieron a sus compañeros de equipo después del himno.

"Como hombre, obtuve ciertas creencias", dijo Smith, quien vestía tacos de "Saluda el servicio". "¿Sabes a lo que me refiero? Esto no se va a convertir en una distracción, y Jacksonville no se convertirá en una distracción para este equipo. Tengo creencias. Hice lo que hice.

No sé si será cada semana, no puedo responder si será cada semana.
"Pero como hombre tengo que representar algo. Amo a mi equipo, estoy dedicado a mis compañeros de equipo, y de eso es de lo que estamos hablando. Hice lo que hice. Fue amor. Espero que la gente lo vea y lo respete. Respeto las vistas".

En Baltimore, ambos equipos se mantuvieron firmes, pero mientras la mayoría de los Ravens se alinearon hombro con hombro en la línea lateral, el apoyador de segundo año Tim Williams se quedó solo frente al banco con la espalda hacia el campo.



Todos los jugadores de cada equipo en Nueva Inglaterra parecían representar el himno, algunos inclinando la cabeza y otros colocando sus manos en sus corazones. Los Patriots observaron un momento de silencio antes de Weymouth, Massachusetts, el oficial de policía Michael Chesna, quien fue asesinado el mes pasado en el cumplimiento del deber.

La liga y el sindicato de jugadores todavía tienen que anunciar una política para esta temporada con respecto a las manifestaciones durante el himno, luego de que la liga inicialmente ordenó a todos que permanezcan en la banca cuando se toca el himno, o permanecen en el vestuario.

"La NFL ha participado en discusiones constructivas con la Asociación de Jugadores de la NFL con respecto al himno y los temas de igualdad y justicia social que preocupan a muchos estadounidenses", dijo el vocero de la liga Brian McCarthy en un correo electrónico.

"Mientras esas discusiones continúan, la NFL ha acordado retrasar la implementación o aplicación de las reglas de trabajo del club que podrían dar como resultado que los jugadores sean disciplinados por su conducta durante la ejecución del himno.

"Mientras tanto, no ha habido cambios en la política de la NFL con respecto al himno nacional. El himno seguirá sonando antes de cada juego, y se espera que todos los jugadores y no jugadores en el campo en ese momento se pongan de pie durante la presentación de la bandera y la ejecución del himno. El personal que no desea hacerlo puede elegir quedarse en el vestuario.

"Seguimos comprometidos a trabajar con los jugadores para identificar soluciones y seguir avanzando en importantes problemas sociales que afectan a nuestras comunidades".

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A new school year is already here for many students around the country, while it’s just right around the corner for others. As students (and their parents) prepare themselves for what the new school season will bring, we drew up a quick guide to help find affordable school supplies that students of all ages may need — and in true Alliance for American Manufacturing style, they are also are labeled as made in the United States.

Elementary School

Crayons, Markers and More: A staple in the American grade school experience, Crayola provides kids what they need to make their colorful mark on the school year from markers and colored pencils to of course…crayons! The company has been around for more than 100 years, and still makes 12 million crayons a day at its factory in Easton, Pa. {media_1}

Pencils: Pre-sharpened and ready to use, Write Dudes USA Gold Premium Cedar No. 2 pencils have an old school flair and are Forest Stewardship Council certified, and even earned a rave review from the folks at Pencil Revolution.

Glue: Elmer's School Glue has been a classroom staple for more than 65 years, as it is washable and non-toxic. Like Crayola's crayons, Elmer's glue is also affordable — you can buy a 4 ounce bottle at retailers like Target for less than a dollar.

Construction Paper: Stock up for all those art projects with brands like Art Street Construction paper, Little Fingers Construction Paper, and Riverside Construction Paper, which are all found at leading retailers and manufactured in the United States by union workers.

Tape: Although tape is one of those supplies that students of all ages likely will use, it's probably a good idea to start stocking up early. The 3M company's Scotch Brand of tapes, from clear tape to more decorative options, continues to be manufactured in the United States.

Junior High/High School

Pens: Forget the pencils and crayons — it's time to whip out the pens. Thankfully, there are several American-made options out there, from the famous Fisher Space Pen to Pilot, which got its start in Japan but now operates a manufacturing facility in Jacksonville, Fla.

Notebooks: As students enter the note-taking phase of their education, Mead offers a variety of Made in the U.S.A. products to suit any subject, including the Five Star spiral notebooks that you can pick up at most big box stores. The classic Decomposition Book also is an eco-friendly option that comes in a slew of unique colors and designs. We also are big fans of Chicago-based Field Notes, including its Kraft Memo Books.

Binders: Need to move between several classes in the day? These affordable binders from brands like Wilson Jones and Acco will help keep things organized and your materials all in one place. If you are in the market for something with a more unique design, check out the signature binder collection from Russell and Hazel, which includes a dry erase board in the inside cover and can be personalized with a range of inserts and accessories like to-do lists and calendar sheets.

Protractor: Students taking algebra, trigonometry, calculus and more will likely need one of these essential tools, and Chartpak makes a durable and stylish protractor that is acrylic and transparent tinted.

​College/University

Bedding and Linens: Along with notebooks and pens, students heading off to college also are going to need bedding, including for those Twin XL beds popular in many dorm rooms. American Made Dorm & Home offers a wide range of stylish Made in USA comforter sets at a variety of price points, along with accent pillows, shams, curtains and more. The ABC Blanket Company, which we profiled back in June, also is a go-to option, especially for students looking to bring along a fleece or throw for the colder months. 

​Bed Risers: Here's a tip from current college students everywhere: You are going to need more storage space. Dorm Smart's bed risers come in both black and white, creating 10 to 13 cubic feet of storage under Twin XL beds.​

Storage Bins: Another helpful tip? Invest in heavy duty bins that can keep your stuff tidy, like this American-made Rubbermaid bin with a clear drop-down door to retrieve items. 

Did we miss any of your favorite American-made school supplies? Let us know on Twitter via @KeepitMadeinUSA.


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Our Friday Media Roundtable on First Coast Connect featured Florida Times-Union reporter Dan Scanlan , local talk show host Angela Spears , Jacksonville Daily Record reporter David Cawton and Florida Politics reporter A.G. Gancarski . Topics included Four major Jaguars players stayed in the tunnel while the national anthem was played prior to taking the field Thursday night. Other players did the same and one, Miami’s Albert Wilson, was the only one to take a knee. President Donald Trump blasted the players via Tweets Friday morning. The two major candidates running for the Republican nomination for governor participated in a debate Wednesday, while the five Democratic candidates participated in a Town Hall forum Thursday at Jacksonville University. The local gay teen forced out his parents home for religious reasons gets to go to Georgetown University at no cost. He will also use money raised in a GoFundMe campaign to help pay scholarships for teens facing similar situations to his.
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