Doug has really jumped out in this camp with his quickness, his ability to pick up the offense and what we’ve given him, offensive coordinator said Tuesday. He’s really got a fresh set of legs. And that’s probably been the most encouraging thing when you watch him run out here in drills that we’ve run and the strength and conditioning stuff.
I just want to play for the Raiders and I want the Raiders to be successful, Martin said. Playing for my hometown and playing for my family that’s out here. Just show everybody that I can bounce back.
And he’s really confident the Warriors will beat the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, which begin Thursday:
As of the publishing of this post, Randall’s tweet has eclipsed 300,000 retweets. That’s a LOT of jerseys. And the Browns defensive back says there’s a 100 percent chance he delivers on the promise.
According to a report in the New York Times, the owners changed the league’s anthem policy because they were worried that continued attacks from President Trump, who has criticized the protesting players, would damage the league’s reputation. It didn’t work: Trump has continued to use the players as a talking point, suggesting in a television interview last month that they maybe shouldn’t be in the country. On Monday night, he canceled the Philadelphia Eagles’ planned visit to the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl title, with the White House listing the Eagles’ protesting players as the reason. But The Post’s Josh Dawsey and Wesley Lowery reported that Trump was unhappy that only 10 to 12 people from the team planned on attending and canceled the event to avoid the bad optics such a small crowd would create.