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Measuring Tom Brady’s fantasy impact on his Buccaneers teammates – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog

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TAMPA, Fla. -- When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take the field for training camp, they’ll be seen not only as playoff contenders with Tom Brady as their quarterback, but also as a team capable of enormous fantasy football production. Here’s a closer look at how Brady can rebound from a down year in fantasy last season, and how he’ll make an impact for the Bucs' receivers, running backs and tight ends in coach Bruce Arians’ offense.Where will the ball go?Brady’s 263.68 fantasy points in 2019 were the lowest of his career since his 258.56 points in 2016, when he played
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Here’s How To Use Chipotle’s Virtual Farmers’ Market To Make Burritos At Home

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many restaurants and fast food chains have been forced to stop indoor dining at their establishments, and instead take orders online or by drive through only. While Chipotle is doing takeout and delivery in most of its locations across the U.S., the company is also taking the next stop by delivering fresh ingredients to customers' doorsteps so they can make their own versions of Chipotle favorites at home. If you're interested in creating some healthy meals from scratch, here’s how to use Chipotle’s Virtual Farmers’ Market, powered by Shopify.On June 30, Chipotle announced its new
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Lifestyle

Full Moon Solar Eclipse in Capricorn, July 2020

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This July 4th weekend is filled with complicated planetary transits, namely the conjunction the Moon in Sagittarius makes to the South Node. The energy around that transit is a beacon for change, asking you to stick to what you do know and learn to listen. On July 5, the lunar eclipse in Capricorn—the last of this summer's eclipses—will feed into our desire for truth. A lunar eclipse suggests that secrets and hidden information will be released. During the eclipse, the Moon will make a conjunction to Jupiter, the planet of expansion and abundance, and oppose Mercury Retrograde in Cancer—a transit
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Tv Shows

Unsolved Mysteries: Berkshires UFO Theories

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UFOs? In this economy? Netflix's reboot of Unsolved Mysteries is predominantly a true-crime endeavor (think, the mysterious death of Rey Rivera or the disappearance of Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès), but the fifth episode ventures into the realm of science fiction. Or does it simply venture into fact? On Sept. 1, 1969, dozens of witnesses reported seeing an unidentified flying object in different parts of Berkshire County. Unsolved Mysteries interviewed several eyewitnesses in the area at the time. Tom Warner was at a friend's house, where he was supposedly taken by a beam and then disappeared momentarily. Nearby, Melanie Kirchdorfer had
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Movies

‘Songbird’ coronavirus film receives “do not work” order over safety issues

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A forthcoming pandemic-themed film made by Transformers producer Michael Bay has been issued with a “do not work” order over safety issues. Songbird, a movie centred on a coronavirus-style pandemic, has been given an order by the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). The reasoning is because the producers allegedly “have not been transparent about their safety protocols” amid the current crisis. A union representative confirmed the news in a statement obtained by The Hollywood Reporter (THR) yesterday (July 2), adding that SAG-AFTRA takes safety protocols “very seriously”. They claim that Songbird‘s producers “have
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Basketball

What people in the NBA are saying about the Orlando restart and the coronavirus

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As the NBA calendar resumes and teams prepare for the conclusion of the season in Orlando, Florida, few franchises have been more representative of the myriad concerns than the Los Angeles Lakers. The West's top seed has faced positive coronavirus test results in the immediate aftermath of the league shutdown, family tragedy and personal decisions on how to participate in a time of intense social unrest. And that's before determining whether or not to play basketball again this season.Guard Avery Bradley opted out -- citing potential COVID-19 concerns for his 6-year-old son and a commitment to strengthen his community --
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‘Something’s got to change’ – How the Vikings are pushing for social justice

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Anthony Harris wrestled with the consequences of what he wanted to do versus the potential outcome.The Minnesota Vikings safety was on his way to the grocery store one evening in early June when he noticed a police car driving through his neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia, his offseason home. He thought about pulling over and putting on his flashers to get the officer's attention.Harris wanted to talk. Human to human -- Black man to white police officer -- about the events taking place across the nation. The unrest and activism began after George Floyd was killed while in custody of the
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Andrew Thomas is Prepping for His First NFL Season with Burritos, Zoom Meetings, and Piano Breaks.

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Andrew Thomas says his roommates understand the deal: For multiple hours a day, he’s going to be posted up in the dining room area of their apartment, doing Zoom calls with teammates and coaches on the New York Giants.In April, Thomas was selected with the fourth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, and the Giants are hoping their highly-rated rookie will anchor their offensive line for a decade or more. But Thomas, like many other recent draftees, hasn’t even signed a contract—a side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic that has disrupted the traditional NFL offseason schedule. For now he’s
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Lifestyle

Swagger’s Fitness Editorial – SWAGGER Magazine

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 This week’s Editorial is focusing on all things fitness. COVID has disrupted everyone’s work out routines, some for the better, some for the worst. We have rounded up the highest quality home workout gear, Fitness studios, supplements, and athleisure wear. At Swagger Magazine, our hopes are this roundup invigorates you to keep going or get started again inspired by the best of the best. At HomeOPTPOPTP is a leading provider of innovative physical therapy, fitness and wellness products developed by renowned experts. The Stretch Out Strap® & The Extra-Long Stretch Out Strap®The Stretch Out Strap® delivers the benefits of assisted stretching without
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