Adam Schefter Expected To Be Pursued By Another Company

ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter on the field.

ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter on the field.

Adam Schefter has been the subject of some controversy this week in the world of sports media, but his name appeared in the news on Wednesday night for a different reason.

According to a latest report from Front Office Sports, a major company is preparing to make a play for the NFL insider.

Michael McCarthy and A.J. Perez of FOS reported on Wednesday evening that Caesars Sportsbook has interest in making Schefter the company’s latest major talent acquisition. The NFL insider’s current deal with ESPN expires in summer of 2022, before the start of the next season, and he’s expected to receive other offers from sports gambling companies that want to continue to establish themselves in the sports media space.

Already, Caesars has made waves, having recently hired former ESPN personalities Kenny Mayne and Trey Wingo. Schefter would be a massive addition

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Bears Rumors: Allen Robinson Not Expected to Receive New Contract Before Tag Deadline | Bleacher Report

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It appears as though Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is down to two options: Play the 2021 season under the $17.8 million franchise tag or hold out. 

According to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Bears and Robinson “are not expected to reach a long-term extension.”

On Sunday, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler predicted during an appearance on SportsCenter that Robinson would play out this season on the tag (h/t Alex Seats of 247Sports.com):

“Talks have been pretty slow. There’s a decent chance he plays this year out on the tag, They’re going to leave the door open for talks in the final days and hours and sort of hope for the best, but there simply has not been much momentum. I’m told Robinson is ready to try to put up big numbers this year and try to smash free agency in 2022. He’s

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Bears expected to ‘take their shot’

Bears to ‘take their shot’ at trading for Russell Wilson originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

The Bears keep getting connected to Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and that’s exciting fans.

But he hasn’t explicitly asked for a trade yet.

“I expect the Bears to at least take their shot here,” Jeremy Fowler said on SportsCenter. “A source told me Russell Wilson likes that they have an emerging offensive line, a good solid offensive-minded coach in Matt Nagy, and they have an intriguing market in Chicago.”

We’ve heard the reasons Wilson loves Chicago before, here comes the good stuff.

“I keep hearing from the Seattle side, the Seahawks are not going to deal him. They have nothing in the works. Russell Wilson himself doesn’t expect to be dealt right now, but Wilson is watching the situation closely because he wants more… he wants to see himself better protected, some future plans

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Global Online Fitness Market Is Expected to Reach USD 49.17 billion by 2027 : Fior Markets

Newark, NJ, Feb. 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As per the report published by Fior Markets, the global online fitness market is expected to grow from USD 5.5 billion in 2019 and to reach USD 49.17 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 31.5% during the forecast period 2020-2027.

The global online fitness market is witnessing significant growth in recent years. This growth is attributed to the access to various workout classes available at the convenience, growing demand for healthy food, increasing demand for fitness based on AR or VR, and increased need for specialized fitness sessions to achieve physical fitness. Other factors influencing the market demand include the availability of robust internet connectivity across developed and developing economies. 

Online Fitness is when a person receives fitness and nutrition coaching from a fitness or nutrition coach online. They provide coaching through a fitness app or online dashboard, which is

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