Could Tim Tebow make a return to the NFL in 2021? The idea may not be so far-fetched. Tebow held a workout as a tight end with the Jaguars earlier this off-season and the team’s interest in the future Heisman Trophy winner has continued after the NFL draft. “[Tebow] has definitely come in and worked out,” Tony Khan, Jacksonville’s chief football strategy officer told Bleacher Report. “Tim has come in and worked out as a tight end. That’s not a position that we’ve seen him play, but it’s a position that he’s been practicing at with us.” Khan added that coach Urban Meyer remains intrigued by the potential addition of Tebow, noting, “Urban really believes he can help us, and I think it makes a lot of sense.” Tebow’s NFL career ended after just 35 career games, but perhaps reuniting with Meyer can reignite his career. Tebow became one of the most decorated quarterbacks in college football history playing for Meyer at Florida, tallying 145 touchdowns in four seasons. Tebow won the … [Read more...] about NFL Rumours: Urban Meyer believes Tim Tebow can help Jaguars
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If you’ve opened your phone today, there’s a good chance that you’ve already seen a post with the acronym BTW in it. Here’s what it means and how to use it. “By the Way” BTW stands for “by the way.” It’s used to insert a new idea into a conversation or to bring something up (like a reminder). It can also be used to change the subject of a discussion quickly. Even compared to other slang terms, BTW is one of the most popular acronyms on the internet. Alongside being used in millions of personal messages and social media posts every day, it can also be seen in website articles, advertisements, and even professional emails. It’s even spoken out loud in real life and has its own special pronunciation. BTW can be written in both uppercase and lowercase form. However, the lowercase “btw” is much more common, especially with the rise of mobile messaging. In the early 2000s, it was common to see it written as “B.T.W.” with periods in between the letters, but that version is no … [Read more...] about What Does “BTW” Mean, and How Do You Use It?
IMAGN 12:09 PM PT -- Tampa Bay Bucs GM Jason Licht says the team has already been in touch with Davis and they will work on ways to help him learn and grow from this experience. "Words carry weight and it is incumbent upon all of us to have a thorough understanding of the words we choose and the effect they may have on others," Licht said in a statement. 12:09 PM PT -- "We look forward to working with Carlton to find appropriate ways to learn from this experience and continue our joint efforts to put an end to all forms of social and racial injustices." The Bucs also pointed out Carlton has been an active member of the team's Social Justice Player Board and has a sterling reputation with the organization. Super Bowl champion Carlton Davis is in hot water for tweeting out a VERY offensive Asian slur -- though Davis claims he didn't know the "dark" history behind the word. "Gotta stop letting g***s in Miami," the Tampa Bay Bucs cornerback posted on … [Read more...] about TB Bucs’ Carlton Davis Apologizes for Tweeting Asian Slur, Team Vows to Help Him Learn
Elon Musk has changed his Twitter bio to include the phrase "Imperator of Mars." As of Monday morning, Musk's full Twitter bio read: "Technoking of Tesla , Imperator of Mars." In addition, the bio included a single winking emoji. It is unclear what sparked the update to his social media account, which has more than 50 million followers. The term imperator is defined as "a commander in chief or emperor of the ancient Romans," according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. The Merriam-Webster website also provided a brief history of the term, which explained that it was borrowed from the Latin word "imperātor." It said the word imperātor is defined as a: "person giving orders, commanding officer, title of honor bestowed on a victorious general by his troops, title conferred by the Roman senate on Julius Caesar and Augustus and adopted by later successors." In its guide, Dictionary.com noted that the origin of the word imperator dates to between 1570 and 1580. It lists three … [Read more...] about Imperator Meaning As Elon Musk Changes Twitter Bio to ‘Imperator of Mars’
You've seen them before. Their bedazzled signs, glittered T-shirts and homemade fan-art posters bob and weave over mob-like crowds. When the lights go down, their voices lurch into a collective unholy howl, piercing at decibel levels yet to be measured by science. Tears carve out rivers down their cheeks. Their akimbo arms reach toward Harry Styles or Nick Lachey or Paul McCartney onstage, as they ache for the connection they know in their hearts is true and real. These are fangirls. And without their unconditional faith and devotion, the boy bands they worship would have no pulpit from which to preach. Yet fangirl communities are often derided and dismissed. The term fangirl itself implies being a fan of something—or someone—so intensely that it devolves into a kind of feverish hysteria. The top definition of fangirl on Urban Dictionary describes the subculture, in somewhat dated language, as "a rabid breed of human female who is obsessed with either a fictional character or … [Read more...] about We’re Fangirling Over the Boy-Band Documentary ‘I Used to Be Normal’
Somehow, probably by infinite-looping around the Apple Park Ring until it hit 88mph, Apple was able to send tomorrow's iPhone hurtling back in time almost a year. As a result, if you spent a few hundred bucks more and learned some new gestures, you've been living the last eleven months in the bezel- and Home button-free future. But, as basically every sci-fi plot-twist ever has shown us, time travel is never without consequence. By releasing tomorrow's iPhone last year, what was Apple going to release now, today? The answer, of course, was and is — and maybe will be, temporal pardoxes are hard! — an S-type update. Because, as much as some people dislike the iterative in-betweens, nobody likes nothing. As a result, I'm sure almost every review for the next long while is going to perseverate over a single, utterly predictable question: Whether iPhone X owners who picked up their little piece of the future last year should consider upgrading to an S-enhanced present this year. … [Read more...] about iPhone XS and XS Max Review: Bigger, faster, gold-er, better