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Daily Recap – August 30, 2021


Mac Jones has signed an endorsement deal with Boston-based footwear brand Nobull. Jones will endorse the brand’s training gear and appear in commercials. Jones posted the following video on Instagram.

In other Mac Jones news, he gets some supreme compliments from former NFL players Rodney Harrison, Dan Orlovsky, and Charlie Batch.

Jalen Hurts has signed an endorsement deal with athletic apparel and footwear company Eastbay. Hurts becomes the company’s first-ever brand ambassador.

Jalen Hurts also did an interview with Complex recently, which was published today.

The Philadelphia Eagles have removed Landon Dickerson from the Non-Football Injury list, clearing the way for him to start practicing with the team (which he did today). Dickerson would have potentially been sidelined for the first six weeks of the season had he remained on the NFI list past tomorrow’s deadline to reduce the team’s roster to 53 players.

Ryan Kelly was placed on the Reserve / COVID-19 list today due to being a close contact to a Colts staffer who is COVID-positive. Kelly can return to the team if he continues to test negative and show no symptoms over the next five days.

Here’s more info on Irv Smith Jr.’s knee surgery, which will be performed this week.

Minkah Fitzpatrick was involved in a scrum with Pittsburgh received Chase Claypool at practice today.

Fanatics Live is streaming an interview with Bill Battle, where he discusses his new book, The Master’s Plan.

Media Appearances

Brian Vogler appears on the latest installment of Rodney Cooper’s Locker Room Talk with Coop.

Scenes and Highlights


  • Landon Dickerson – removed from the Non-Football Injury list by the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • Ryan Kelly – placed on the Reserve / COVID-19 list by the Indianapolis Colts.
  • Cole Mazza – waived by the Los Angeles Chargers with an injury designation.
  • Robert Foster – waived off of the Reserve / Injured list with an injury settlement by the Miami Dolphins.
  • Peyton Wilson – assigned to the Columbia Fireflies of the Low-A East League.
  • Kyle Kaufman – released by the Ogden Raptors.

Game Results


Paralympics Men’s Wheelchair Basketball
Great Britain 70, Australia 69.
Michael Auprince – 7 minutes, 6 points
Jannik Blair – 23 minutes, 2 points

Paralympics Men’s Wheelchair Basketball
Canada 63, Colombia 52.
Bo Hedges – 40 minutes, 10 points.


Athletes Unlimited
Team Osterman 15, Team Warren 2,
Haylie McCleney (OST, CF) - 1-3, 1 double, 2 RBI, 2 runs.


Ogden 13, Missoula 2.
William Freeman - 0.2 IP, 1 R, 1 H, 2 BB, 0 K.

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