NFL World Reacts To Latest Julio Jones Speculation

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Detroit Lions v Atlanta Falcons

Will Julio Jones be playing for the Atlanta Falcons in 2021?

The All-Pro wide receiver is reportedly on the trading block. Jones is rumored to be interested in a trade out of Atlanta. The former Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver has spent his entire NFL career with the NFC South franchise.

However, that could change heading into the 2021 season.

Jones is rumored to be on the trading block and multiple NFL teams are believed to have interest. The New England Patriots are reportedly one of those teams.

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The Falcons have been listening to trade offers on Julio Jones for some time. Count the Patriots among those kicking the tires on acquiring the perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver.

New England has had internal discussions about Jones, NFL Network’s Mike Giardi reported.

The Patriots could look to pair Jones with former NFC

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Giants are ‘Sneaky Contenders’ for OT Penei Sewell: Report


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Quarterback Daniel Jones #8 of the New York Giants and the offense huddle against the Baltimore Ravens.

The New York Giants pulled the trigger on a blue-chip offensive tackle prospect with the No. 4 overall selection in last year’s NFL Draft. Yes, Andrew Thomas’ on-field production was up-and-down as a rookie, but the outlook from within the organization remains sky-high on the 22-year-old.

With that said, when you have the opportunity to potentially snag what ex-NFL head coach John Mora (and so many others) dubbed a “generational talent,” you don’t concern yourself with the drawbacks of double-dipping at the same position two years in a row — especially when protecting Daniel Jones is the No. 1 priority in East Rutherford.

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Longwood’s Tra’Dayja Smith comes in at No. 5 on ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 : Augusta Free Press

Tra’Dayja Smith. Photo by Mike Kropf/Longwood Athletics.

Longwood women’s basketball got a turn in the national spotlight Wednesday morning courtesy of senior Tra’Dayja Smith’s appearance on SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays on ESPN.

Smith became the latest Lancer featured on ESPN’s daily countdown of the top 10 plays in all of sports, earning the No. 5 spot for her self-assisted inbounds scoring play in the fourth quarter of the Lancers’ 54-52 win over USC Upstate Tuesday night.

The highlight saw the Lancer point guard showing off her veteran savvy in crunchtime, bouncing an inbounds pass from the baseline off a USC Upstate defender, collecting it and taking it to the basket for a go-ahead layup.

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Degenkolb, Jakobsen top start list for GP Vermarc Sport

John Degenkolb (Lotto Soudal) and Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck-Quickstep) will headline the start list for the GP Vermarc Sport, the first kermesse of the post-COVID19 racing season with professional teams.

Mathieu van der Poel is not on the start list, but his Alpecin-Fenix teammates Tim Merlier, the current Belgian champion, and German sprinter Alexander Krieger are among the 169 starters, as is Victor Campenaerts, racing as an independent.

The race is set for Sunday in the Flemish Brabant town of Rotselaar, home to the clothing manufacturer that supplies Lotto Soudal and Deceuninck-Quickstep.

The organisers plan for no spectators at the start and finish, with a neutral roll out of 4km followed by ten laps of the 15.4km circuit plus 6km for a total of 164km.

Only riders, one mechanic, one attendant and a team sports director will be allowed at the start finish for each team, and face masks are

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