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Fourth grade quarterback shows off impressive skills in viral video

An entire industry has launched around developing the skills of young quarterbacks, with individual trainers, academies, and year-round seven-on-seven leagues popping up. As a result, young quarterbacks seem more refined than they were years ago.

On Tuesday, SportsCenter posted a video of fourth-grader Sebastian Circo out of Omaha going through passing drills. For a player that young, he has an absolute cannon and some impressive footwork. 

Even NFL quarterbacks took notice. Responding to a joking tweet that called Circo a rehabbing Zach Wilson, the Jets QB got in on the fun.

Obviously there’s a long time to go before Circo is getting real looks from colleges, but he continues to impress. The video shared by SportsCenter was posted to Instagram by a quarterback development company in Illinois called Next Level Athletix two days ago.

A local coach indicates that it is actually older footage of Circo and shared highlights from

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Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin scores 742nd career goal, passes Brett Hull for fourth place on all-time goals list

Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin continues to place his name among the all-time greats. In Friday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets, Ovechkin scored the 742nd goal of his NHL career and passed Brett Hull for sole possession of fourth place on the league’s all-time goals list.

Ovechkin got the puck past Blue Jackets goaltender Joonas Korpisalo to tie the score at 1 at the 10:19 mark of the first period. Evgeny Kuznetsov and Tom Wilson assisted on the play. 

Shortly after Ovechkin’s record-setting goal, the Capitals tweeted a video of Hull offering kudos to the 36-year-old Russian who just passed him on the all-time goal scoring list. 

“Alex, congratulations on moving into No. 4 on the all-time goal scoring list,” Hull said. “I have a great friend, Wayne Gretzky, and he has a saying whenever he makes a long putt or a great shot on the golf course.

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Joey Chestnut wins his 14th Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest with a world record-breaking 76 franks

Defending Champion Joey Chestnut wins having consumed 76 hot dogs during the 2021 Nathans Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest at Coney Island.

Joey Chestnut ate 76 hot dogs and buns in just 10 minutes on Fourth of July 2021. John Lamparski/Getty Images

  • Joey Chestnut won his 14th Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest on Sunday.

  • He ate a world record-breaking 76 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes.

  • Chestnut’s previous record was 75 hot dogs in 2020.

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Joey “Jaws” Chestnut has once again won the Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest by breaking his own record.

On Sunday, Chestnut competed in the annual food contest and secured his 14th victory in the competition. The 37-year-old ate 76 hot dogs and buns in just 10 minutes – breaking his previous 2020 record of 75 hot dogs.

Geoffrey Esper came in second place with 50 hot dogs and buns, while third-place winner Nick Wehry ate 44 franks, CBS Sports reported.

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