This is Japan’s most popular messaging app

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Tiger Woods calls Dustin Johnson’s US Open fiasco ‘awful’

Tiger Woods says the rules controversy that followed Dustin Johnson down the stretch at the U.S. Open was “awful” and wasn't fair to the eventual tournament champion or his fellow competitors. Woods was watching as USGA officials told Johnson at the 12th hole on Sunday that they'd decide after his final round whether to penalize him for his actions on the fifth green.

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This webcam is actually a PC but you should still put tape over it

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Tyrod Taylor Contract: Latest News, Rumors on QB’s Negotiations with Bills

Although quarterback Tyrod Taylor is signed through the 2017 season, he and the Buffalo Bills are continuing to work on a potential extension.

Continue for updates.


New Deal Unlikely to Come Before Start of 2016 Season

Wednesday, June 22

Sal Capaccio of WGR 550 in Buffalo reported Wednesday the two sides could come to terms on an extension while the season is ongoing.

Capaccio’s report lines up with comments made by Bills general manager Doug Whaley at the team’s season-ending press conference in January. Whaley said the team would give Taylor the opportunity to show he’s worth a significant pay raise, per the Buffalo News:

He’s warranted enough for us to continue down the road to see if he can be the franchise guy of the future. I mean if you think about it, if I told you a former sixth-round pick in his first year starting went 8-6, and with his stats and his quarterback rating and what he’s brought to the team, I think it warrants him a chance to prove it. Absolutely. And the thing that we like the most about him is the locker room believes in him, we believe in him, and hopefully the fans believe in him.

Taylor originally signed a three-year deal with the Bills in March 2015, but ESPN.com’s Mike Rodak reported the third year can be voided, which means the 26-year-old can be a free agent next offseason. He’s due to make $2 million in base salary this year, per Over the Cap.

Both the Bills and Taylor have a strong incentive to agree on a new contract before then. He’s coming off an impressive 2015 season, throwing for 3,035 yards, 20 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also ran for 568 yards and four touchdowns.

Taylor is smart to try to cash in sooner rather than later. He could bet on himself and watch his value rise all the way to 2017 free agency. Or he could suffer a major injury or regress as a player, thus diminishing his future earning power.

For Buffalo, finding a starting-caliber quarterback on the open market is difficult and costly. Brock Osweiler only started seven NFL games before the Houston Texans gave him $72 million over four years. The Bills’ hesitancy to give Taylor a new contract right now is understandable, but in the event he gets off to a hot start in 2016, avoiding a bidding war down the road would be in their best interest.

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Source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2647922-tyrod-taylor-contract-latest-news-rumors-on-qbs-negotiations-with-bills

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Cuevas reaches first grass final at Nottingham Open

Cuevas reaches first grass final at Nottingham Open

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Cabrera Moves into Top 50 of All-Time Home Runs List

Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera moved into the top 50 of MLB‘s all-time home runs list Monday night, hitting a two-run homer off of Seattle Mariners pitcher Nathan Karns in the first inning of an eventual 8-7 Tigers victory, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Cabrera did the deed with a mammoth 454-foot blast to center field, giving him 423 career home runs, tied with Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre for 49th place on the all-time homers list.

It was his third long ball in the last five games, which followed a 14-game stretch in which he didn’t have any homers, though he still managed to keep his batting average right around .300 during that time.

In light of the recent hot streak, Cabrera’s season-long numbers are starting to look more like what is typically expected, with the 33-year-old Venezuelan slugger boasting a .309 batting average, .382 on-base percentage and .543 slugging percentage through 70 games.

He has 15 homers, 43 RBI and 40 runs, putting him on pace to finish the year with 33 home runs, 100 RBI and 93 runs.

Each of those numbers, while impressive by the standards of nearly any other player, would actually represent modest production for Cabrera, who already has nine 30-homer seasons to his name.

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Source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2647601-cabrera-moves-into-top-50-of-all-time-home-runs-list

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Self-Expanding Curtain Makes Your Shower Feel Like a Spacious Luxury Spa

The tiny bathtub shower crammed into your equally tiny apartment probably feels like a claustrophobic nightmare every morning. But the Curvi?s an easy way to make it feel larger, spacious, and almost luxurious?without having to knock down walls or perform any kind of renovation.

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Kubiak: Don’t sleep on Siemian to win job

Kubiak: Don’t sleep on Siemian to win job

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NFL to Interview Players Connected to Al Jazeera America Report on PEDs

The NFL will be conducting interviews with three players who were tied to performance-enhancing drugs by an Al Jazeera America report from last December.

Per Tom Pelissero of USA Today, NFL senior vice president of labor policy and league affairs Adolpho Birch said in a letter Friday to NFL counsel Heather McPhee that the league will interview Green Bay Packers linebackers Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews and Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison when their teams open training camp at the end of July.

Pelissero noted the letter said that former Packers linebacker Mike Neal, who is currently a free agent, will be interviewed “on or before July 22.” He added that an inquiry into Peyton Manning “has been progressing,” but the former NFL MVP is no longer in the union as a retired player.

Per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, all four players “are and have been willing to submit to interviews” with the main delay being related to the league and players union being unable to “reach an agreement on the scope of the interviews and other factors relevant to the process.”

The NFL has been planning to speak with the players named in the Al Jazeera America report for some time. League spokesman Joe Lockhart told NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport in May (via Austin Knoblauch of NFL.com): “We have been working with U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and Major League Baseball since these allegations were raised. Working with the NFL Players Association, we expect to talk directly to the players sometime next month.”

The allegations of PED use were made by Charlie Sly, a former intern at an anti-aging clinic, and they were shown in a documentary that aired on Al Jazeera America with athletes from the NFL and Major League Baseball named.

Sly recanted his allegations against the athletes by calling himself an unreliable narrator, per Justin Wm. Moyer of the Washington Post.

All of the athletes who were named in the documentary have denied the allegations. Manning told ESPN’s Lisa Salters he was “disgusted” by the accusations and said the notion he would take anything illegal to get back on the field is “a freaking joke.”

Matthews told reporters the allegations are “100 percent falsified, fabricated information” and that he’s never talked with or even met Sly.

The NFL’s letter states that “in fairness to all, including the players involved, we must move forward with the interviews” and they “will be advised of the specific scheduling details by separate correspondence on which the NFLPA will be copied, and of course an NFLPA representative may attend each interview should the player so request.”

Packers players report at training camp July 25. Steelers players are due to report to camp July 28.

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Source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2648333-nfl-to-interview-players-connected-to-al-jazeera-america-report-on-peds

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Facebook hires Google Fiber co-founder Kevin Lo

As Facebook continues its plan to help connect people around the world to the internet, it's finding help from Google. Recode reports that former Google Fiber exec and co-founder Kevin Lo has been hired to help Facebook make infrastructure deals for…

Source: https://www.engadget.com/2016/06/24/facebook-hires-google-fiber-co-founder-kevin-lo/

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