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Kardashian fans believe Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are set to make a big announcement soon after sharing new pictures

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Kardashian Fans Claim That Kylie Jenner And Travis Scott Appear Unhappy In The Latest Photos Of Them Together

KARDASHIAN fans have expressed that they believe Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are set to make a big announcement soon after showing a sign in new photos.

Kylie, 24, and her rapper boyfriend Travis, 31, are yet to reveal the new nickname of their five-month-old son, who was previously named Wolf at birth.


Kardashian fans claim that Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott appear unhappy in the latest photos of them togetherPhoto credit: Splash
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Fans mocked Kylie for holding hands with her rapper beau, as some commented that Travis looks “reluctant” to hold her handPhoto credit: BackGrid

The photos in question were taken during a date night between the parents of two children recently.

In it, the Kylie Cosmetics founder wore her hair down in a long-sleeved orange dress, while the Sicko Mode artist rocked a long-sleeved tee and jeans.

The couple appeared serious and grumpy in many photos, leading fans to speculate as to whether or not the couple is happy and whether a breakup announcement is on the horizon.

Pictures from the date night were reposted to a popular Kardashians’ Reddit board, where fans are giving their opinions on what appears to be an unhappy couple.

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One person wrote, “You look depressed,” while another added, “He doesn’t look happy in that.”

A third fan simply said, “Man he really isn’t that into her.”

Other Redditors focused on the couple’s body language, with one commenter writing, “Oh wow her body language is so stale. They clearly don’t look like it [they’re] in a loving/caring relationship.”

A second fan added, “This is the saddest hand holding I’ve ever seen,” while a third added, “This is the most uncomfortable hand holding ever.” He looks like a kid trying to act like a big boy who doesn’t need his mommy.”

The mocking of the handgrip continued with one Redditor commenting, “He seems reluctant to hold her hand,” and another asking, “Why is he so ashamed of holding her hand?”

Questions about Kylie and Travis’ relationship generally flooded the comments thread.

“Omg do you think they like each other?” one person asked, while another asked, “He looks like he doesn’t want to be there? I wonder what they even talk about when they go out?”

One Redditor jokingly replied, “I’m probably still trying to come up with a name for the baby formerly known as Wolf.”


The pair were also spotted in LA heading to celebrity hotspot Craig’s in West Hollywood on Sunday.

Kylie Jenner accessorised her dress with black mules, a silver embellished bag and black wraparound sunglasses.

She slicked her hair back into a sleek updo and framed her features with muted makeup.

Travis Scott, on the other hand, kept things casual in a gray tee, light-colored jeans and trainers.

The couple, who have two children together, later held hands as they exited the exclusive eatery.


Kylie welcomed her second child, a son, with Travis Scott in February 2022.

While she has shared photos and videos of her son, she still has not revealed the child’s name.

She admitted that she and Travis changed their second child’s nickname.

The beauty mogul wrote on her Instagram Story: “FYI, our son’s name isn’t Wolf anymore.

“We just didn’t feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere.”

The baby’s full official name at birth was Wolf Jacques Webster.

He takes his middle name and last name from his father, 30-year-old Travis Scott, whose real name is actually Jacques Berman Webster II.

It’s possible that Kylie and Travis could just swap middle and first names, or lose the Wolf name altogether.

Kylie has been accused of stealing her former friend Tammy Hembrow’s name.

Caitlyn Jenner told Entertainment Tonight that while she knew the baby’s new name, it was the secret Kylie and Travis would share.

“When you have a little kid, you know the little baby is coming out and you think what it’s supposed to be, but then you put your arms around it and you play with it and you spend time with it and you’re like, ‘I don’t know know if that name fits, maybe it’s a different name,” Caitlyn explained.

Kylie shared a YouTube video dedicated to her baby boy titled “To Our Son.”

The clip featured messages from the entire Kardashian family, including sisters Kourtney, 42, Kim, 41, Khloe, 37, and Kendall, 26.

The clip documented her pregnancy journey with her second child.

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Towards the end of the sweet video, Kris Jenner, 66, sent an emotional message to her grandson ahead of his birth.

She began, “To my new grandchild – I can’t wait for you to come here – I think of you every day and I am so excited to meet you and welcome you to the family.”

Kylie Jenner And Travis Scott Leave Dinner At Craig'S In West Hollywood


Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott leave dinner at Craig’s in West HollywoodPhoto credit: Splash
Kylie Jenner And Travis Scott With Their Daughter Stormi Webster


Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott with their daughter Stormi WebsterPhoto credit: Getty
Travis And Kylie Welcomed A Second Child In February This Year But Have Yet To Release Their Son'S Name


Travis and Kylie welcomed a second child in February this year but have yet to release their son’s namePhoto credit: Getty

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Andrew Warren, fired by Governor DeSantis for refusing to prosecute abortion-related crimes, pursues reinstatement

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A Florida prosecutor has sued Governor Ron DeSantis (R) seeking reinstatement after he was removed from office for pledging not to pursue cases stemming from the 15-week abortion ban in Florida and potential bans on gender-affirming care.

Hillsborough County State’s Attorney Andrew Warren (D) argued his Aug. 4 suspension was unlawful on First Amendment grounds and called his removal a “retaliation” by DeSantis against a critic and political rival, according to a federal complaint filed Wednesday in the Northern District of Florida.

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In a video message, Warren said that in addition to violating his free speech rights, DeSantis broke Florida law.

“He violated the Constitution of Florida by removing me from office without any legal justification, rejecting the results of a fair and free election,” Warren said.

DeSantis’ office dismissed Warren’s federal complaint as “without merit.”

“It’s no surprise that Warren, who was suspended for refusing to follow the law, is filing a lawsuit without legal basis to challenge his suspension. We look forward to responding in court,” a DeSantis spokesperson said in a statement.

Warren has been in office since 2016 and won re-election in 2020 with over 53% of the vote.

DeSantis suspending Warren and replacing him with someone he chooses sets an ominous tone for democracy in Florida, Louis Virelli, a law professor at Stetson University College of Law, told The Washington Post.

“One small step from here is if, as governor, I don’t think a state attorney is tough enough for a particular crime, I’m going to replace you with someone I prefer,” Virelli said. “That takes precedence over voter choice.”

Virelli said the complaint is one of the few options available to Warren if he wants to keep his job.

Part of Warren’s argument in the complaint is that the Florida Constitution limits dismissal to genuine incompetence or inability to do the job and breach of legal duty.

“Warren is being punished for what he said and not for what he did,” Virelli said.

Shortly after Warren was suspended, her office’s communications manager was told she had to resign and be paid throughout the month – or be fired on the spot.

Melanie Snow-Waxler, who began her role with the state’s attorney’s office in May, was fired Aug. 12.

“This unlawful termination is part of a troubling pattern of retaliation,” his attorney, Ryan Barack, said in a statement this week.

DeSantis and Warren are ideological opposites who have publicly argued over topics including abortion, covid restrictions, criminal justice and transgender rights.

In June, the day the Dobbs vs. Jackson decision was made, effectively ending the federal right to abortion access, Warren joined dozens of prosecutors across the country in signing a pledge that they “would refrain from using resources limitations of the criminal justice system to criminalize personal medical decisions”.

In 2021, Warren signed a similar joint statement with other elected prosecutors saying health care decisions should be a matter of “private discretion” and said they would not use their office to “promote the criminalization of gender-affirming or transgender health care”.

The DeSantis administration pursued aggressive policies to increasingly restrict medical treatments like puberty blockers and hormone therapy; just last week, the state banned people from using Medicare coverage to help pay for gender-affirming care.

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Since Warren’s suspension, he and DeSantis have been at odds over the nature of the suspension. While Warren called his suspension “temporary” in his filing, DeSantis’ office said Warren was no longer the Hillsborough County 13th Judicial Circuit prosecutor after the governor nominated Susan Lopez, a Republican judge who supported Warren’s opponent in 2016.


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Google will disconnect its IoT Core service in August 2023 – TechCrunch

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Google Will Disconnect Its Iot Core Service In August 2023 – Techcrunch

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Hellooo, Crunchy McCrunchface! (What we call Daily Crunch readers is still a work in progress.)

Super excited to share something twice as awesome with you: the culmination of months of work by Zack is finally live – we’ve launched the spyware scanner tool TheTruthSpy, where you can see if your phone has been compromised by various spyware hacks. Dust off that IMEI and find out if you have been 1337 hax0red.

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TechCrunch’s top 3

  • Move it or lose it: Google Cloud is shutting down its IoT Core service, giving customers until next year to find another partner to handle this aspect of their business. Google has its reasons, but the move doesn’t sit well with some customers. Ron see you.
  • Popping bottles: Robinhood competitor eToro has agreed to buy Gatsby, a fintech company that is also targeting the Robinhood empire. Mary Ann writes that eToro sees the Gatsby integration as a way “to provide US users with a safe and easy way to trade options and give them more flexibility to use new strategies.”
  • No party here: Airbnb is taking its anti-party stance more seriously and has introduced new technologies in the US and Canada aimed at screening potential violators at the time of booking, Ivan reports.

Startups and VCs

Swiss startup Typewise is showing the power of sticking with it: the team behind the patented text prediction technology is now part of Y Combinator’s S22 cohort. It earned a spot in YC (and its standard backing of $500,000) after pivoting to focus fully on the b2b market – aiming to meet demand for productivity gains in areas such as customer service and sales. . The pivot was crucial, Natasha L explore in this fabulous interview that is well worth reading.

The other article that made us say “Oh?!” is RebeccaExponent Energy’s article and its path to unlocking 15-minute fast charging for electric vehicles. The company just raised a Series A round of $13 million and is targeting commercial fleets, where the pressure to run vehicles is much higher than in personal cars.

More more more:

  • They will make you famous if you give them equity: VSC Ventures adds $14 million (its fund now totals $21 million) to its storytelling and checkbook business model, Natasha M reports.
  • earn money for web3: The moolah sinks, as CoinFund launches new $300M web3 fund to invest in early-stage crypto, Jacqueline reports.
  • Like HR, but automagic: HR startup HiBob’s valuation jumps 50% to $2.5 billion as it raises another $150 million, Paul reports.
  • From funding circle to superpayments: Funding Circle co-founder unveils new fintech company, Super Payments, as it raises $27 million for its cashback loyalty program-like game, Paul reports.
  • Big Bag of Climate Money: We like HarrisThe story of this VC, which went from a “literally zero” experience to a fund of 100 million dollars.
  • FFS Haje: All we can say is that this title would have been dangerously edgy if the company’s product had been “hit”, “fit” or “smart”. hajewho is now probably warned for his horrible puns.

Choose your angel: find out how they invest and what motivates them

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The “choose your fighter” meme dates back to the video game Mortal Kombat, but it’s also relevant for early-stage founders looking for an investor.

Making money is a priority for all angel investors, but according to Mack Kolarich, vice president of Assure Analytics, most of them “also have a second or third motivation that drives them to invest in startups. “.

In a TC+ guest post, he outlines several factors entrepreneurs should consider when looking for investors: Are they supporting a local ecosystem? Do they write direct checks?

“Armed with this knowledge, you can strategically select the right partner for your business,” says Kolarich.

(TechCrunch+ is our membership program, which helps founders and startup teams grow. You can register here.)

Big Tech inc.

It’s kind of a TikTok day. The social media giant launched its US Midterm Election Hub in the app today. The company has partnered with a group of organizations, including the National Association of Secretaries of State, Ballotpedia, and voting assistance programs, to provide information such as state-by-state election information, details on how to register to vote and who is on their ballot. Sarah and taylor also write that TikTok is learning from the 2020 election and will take a broader stance to stamp out misinformation.

Meanwhile, taylor reports that Meta has its own plans for how Facebook will handle its election coverage, including disabling political news ads a week before the midterm elections and banning posts that provide misinformation about the voting process — per example, by distorting the voting conditions.


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Argentine ambassador to China rails against ‘demonization of communism’ in Beijing state media

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Argentine Ambassador To China Rails Against 'Demonization Of Communism' In Beijing State Media

Argentina’s Ambassador to China Sabino Vaca Narvaja chastised those who ‘demonize communism’ and praised the Chinese Communist Party in a interview given to the Chinese state world times tuesday.

Opposition to communism “revives Cold War misconceptions”, Vaca Narvaja lamented.

The interview is part of what has become a growing emphasis in Argentine foreign policy on obsequious pronouncements about China under socialist President Alberto Fernández, who himself revered the corpse of mass murderer Mao Zedong during a visit to Beijing this year.

“’Without the Communist Party, there would be no new China. These words succinctly encapsulate the basic reason why China has achieved unprecedented progress in human history,” Vaca Narvaja told world timesreferring to the lyrics of one of the oldest musical propaganda pieces used by the Chinese Communist Party.

Vaca Narvaja said he heard the song during the Chinese Communist Party’s centenary anniversary in Tiananmen Square in 2021 – the site where the historic massacre of thousands of students and protesters took place.

In this file photo from June 5, 1989, a Chinese man stands alone to block a line of tanks heading east on Changan Boulevard in Beijing. in Tian’anmen Square. (AP Photo/Jeff Widener)

The ambassador, who adopted the Chinese name “Niu Wangdao” as his own, was appointed as the head of Argentina’s diplomatic mission to China in 2020. The pro-China ambassador has been instrumental in strengthening China’s influence over the southern nation -American since 2021, starting with the arrangement which allowed China to send 15 million doses of a vaccine against the Chinese coronavirus from the firm Sinopharm to Argentina.

Sabino Vaca Narvaja, who has never been shy with his affinity towards communist China, is the son of Fernando Vaca Narvaja, a former member of the left-wing guerrilla Montoneros who actions a granddaughter of Argentina’s far-left Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (no relation to Alberto Fernández).

The Argentine Ambassador was strongly critical in the past for his excessively pro-China positions. Vaca Narvaja represented defense of the Chinese genocide of the Uyghur people by claiming that there is “harmony in Xinjiang”.

In reality, China has illegally detained between 1 million and 3 million Uyghurs and other minority groups in occupied East Turkestan since 2017 in concentration camps, forcing detainees into inhumane conditions such as physical and sexual abuse, torture, forced labor and forced sterilization. China has also engaged in mass sterilization campaigns to limit the number of non-Han ethnic people born in the region.

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A protester from the Uighur community living in Turkey, holds an anti-China sign during a demonstration in Istanbul. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)

Vaca Narvaja was quick to damn Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for her visit to Taiwan this month.

“We are sure that this visit was a provocation for China, and a problem for the whole international community,” the ambassador said.

In This Photo Released By The Presidential Office Of Taiwan, United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Center Left, And Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen Arrive For A Meeting In Taipei, Taiwan, Wednesday, August 3, 2022. U.s. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Meeting With Senior Officials In Taiwan Despite Warnings From China, Said Wednesday That She And Other Congressional Leaders In A Visiting Delegation Showed That They Would Not Abandon Their Commitment To The Self-Governing Island.  (Taiwan Presidential Office Via Ap)

In this photo released by the Taiwan Presidential Office, United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, center left, and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen arrive for a meeting in Taipei, Taiwan, Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2022. (Taiwan Presidential Office via AP)

The Government of Argentina supported Condemnation by Vaca Narvaja of President Pelosi’s visit shortly thereafter.

President Fernández traveled to Beijing in February to meet dictator Xi Jinping and officially joined China’s predatory Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) at this meeting. President Fernandez took advantage of his official visit to Beijing to lay a wreath honor of Mao, considered responsible for the murder of tens of millions of people, in his mausoleum.

Cases of Argentine ambassadors siding with the countries they were sent to rather than their own are not limited to China alone. On Tuesday, Argentina’s ambassador to Venezuela, Oscar Laborde, tacitly sided with the socialist regime of Nicolás Maduro in indicating that the Venezuelan-Iranian cargo plane suspected of having links with Iranian terrorism that the Argentine government grasped August 11 was instead “kidnapped,” echoing the narrative adopted by Venezuela’s socialist regime over its own.

During her presidency, Fernández de Kirchner was also accused of making deals with the Iranian government to help cover up her role in the deadliest terrorist attack in the country’s history, the bombing of 1994 against the Argentinian-Israeli Mutual Association (AMIA). The prosecutor who built the case against Kirchner, Alberto Nisman, has been found dead a gunshot wound to the head the day before he was due to present his case against Kirchner to the Argentine Congress in 2015.

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Last man jailed for 1976 Chowchilla bus abduction will be released, officials confirm

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Last Man Jailed For 1976 Chowchilla Bus Abduction Will Be Released, Officials Confirm

CHOWCHILLA, Calif. (KFSN) — It was a crime that captured the nation.

A Chowchilla bus with 26 children and a driver on board, ambushed by three armed kidnappers who buried them alive.

46 years later, two of the three convicted kidnappers have been released.

And now, the day many have dreaded for decades – the third co-conspirator has also been granted parole.

On July 15, 1976, as a bus driver and 26 children were traveling on the bus, a van suddenly appeared and blocked the road.

Frederick Newhall Woods IV, 24, and brothers James Schoenfeld, 24, and Richard Schoenfeld, 22, held them captive in a box truck at a rock quarry north near Livermore.

The men planned to demand a ransom for their return, but the children and their driver escaped hours later.

The three brothers were arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment.

In June 2012, at age 57, Richard Schoenfeld was granted parole and released from prison. Three years later, his older brother James was released.

On Wednesday, officials with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said Fred Woods had been granted parole.

Prosecutors considered Woods to be the mastermind of the crime.

ABC30 spoke to Larry Park, who was only 7 at the time of the abduction. He admits to still being traumatized by the incident and says he struggled with addiction for most of his life.

“Hardly a day goes by that I don’t think about this incident,” he said.

The trauma led to schizophrenia and addiction for Park, but now, decades later, he’s chosen forgiveness.

“It is possible to forgive and it is possible to find peace,” he says.

Woods was granted parole after appearing before a parole board 17 times.

Madera County District Attorney Sally Moreno said she fought to keep Woods behind bars.

“Has he demonstrated that he has been rehabilitated? And he hasn’t. As recently as 2019, he was disciplined for running businesses out of jail or prison,” Moreno said.

But after his parole was reviewed this week, the decision became official. Woods will soon be released from California Men’s Colony in San Luis Obispo.

“The kidnapping was about the money. When they arrested him, he was busy selling the rights to the movie to a Hollywood agent. It was always about the money. And those kids got into it. between him and the money and everything he had to do to get the money he would have made to those kids, including burying them alive,” Moreno says.

Some of those who defended him at his final parole hearing were unlikely supporters. Larry Park was among them.

“You come to a point where you realize that this hatred and resentment and bitterness that I’ve held all my life for these three men – Fred, Richard and James – I just want them to find some peace and comfort and have a good life,” Park says.

DA Moreno and other kidnapping survivors who participated in the parole hearing were convinced that Woods was not ready for release.

“Anything he has to do to make more money, he’ll do it. Anyone who gets in his way, you better watch out,” Moreno said.

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Man charged with St. Paul murder 15 years ago found and arrested in Florida

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Tajiddin Akbar, Who Was Charged In 2007 With Murder In Ramsey County And Has Had A Warrant For His Arrest Since, Was Arrested In Florida In August 2022. (Courtesy Of The Broward County Sheriff'S Office)

A St. Paul murder suspect who was charged 15 years ago and never stood trial was arrested last week in Florida.

Gov. Tim Walz announced Wednesday that he issued a warrant for the interstate extradition of Tajiddin Akbar at the request of Ramsey County Attorney John Choi.

The Ramsey County attorney’s office charged Akbar in 2007 with participating in a drive-by shooting on St. Paul’s West Side, and a warrant was issued for his arrest at the time.

Tajiddin Akbar (Courtesy of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office)

On March 7, 2007, 20-year-old Robert Renville was fatally shot with a high-powered rifle, possibly an AK-47, while sitting in a car near Ohio and Stevens streets, according to authorities. There may have been a dozen shots fired and two other people in the car were wounded in the shooting.

Lionell Thomas, Lamont Wilson and Akbar were charged the same month as the shooting. Thomas and Wilson pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and attempted murder in what prosecutors say stemmed from a dispute over a $100 cocaine deal gone bad.

Police described Akbar, who was 25 at the time, as “armed and dangerous” in 2007. Now that he’s in custody in Broward County, authorities in Minnesota and Florida will work together to extradite him back to Minnesota to face trial.

“Bringing someone who commits such an egregious act in our community to account does not have an expiration date in Ramsey County,” Choi said in a statement.

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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow says his appendix ruptured, prompting surgery

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Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow Says His Appendix Ruptured, Prompting Surgery

CINCINNATI — What initially looked like an uneasiness for Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow turned into a more serious and urgent matter, he said Wednesday.

At his first press conference since his appendectomy on July 26, Burrow said his appendix had ruptured, prompting surgery. The third-year player will continue his progress on Wednesday as he takes part in team drills in training for the first time since the procedure.

It’s part of the plan to prepare Burrow for the start of the regular season on Sept. 11.

Burrow said he was looking to gain weight and get his body back to pre-surgery shape ahead of the team’s Week 1 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He said he didn’t expect to play in the pre-season. “I think it will be okay,” Burrow said. “We have a good plan when it comes to nutrition and the weight room and all that. I’m feeling good right now and I’m going to keep feeling better.”

Information available at the time indicated that it was more of a routine procedure. However, that turned out not to be the case once Burrow was examined.

“It wasn’t normal appendicitis you heard about,” Burrow said. “I didn’t really feel much. I just got checked out and had a bit of discomfort, so we thought we’d get it checked out. Turns out I had it. So we had to fix it.”

While Burrow was on the mend, he watched practices from a medical cart. Even though he couldn’t participate, Burrow said he wanted to be with his teammates so he could mentally get back on track with defending champions AFC.

“You’re in the hospital for several days and you start to feel like a sick person,” Burrow said. “So you want to hang out with the guys and feel healthy again.”

He declined to reveal how much weight he had lost as a result of the operation. Burrow said doctors allowed him to start throwing footballs two weeks after the procedure.

On Sunday, he ramped things up with his first official practice. He participated in individual drills and took all throwing reps in a 7-on-7 drill, a cue that signaled how good he was feeling. Burrow said he didn’t have the preferred speed on his throws, a side effect of the surgery.

“When they cut you up and do all that stuff, your heart is going to lose muscle and strength just to get that back,” Burrow said.

This marks the last preseason anomaly for Burrow since entering the NFL. In 2020, his rookie preseason was disrupted by COVID-19 and featured no games. Last year, Burrow played a series in the preseason finale after major knee surgery ended his rookie season.

“I would love to have a normal offseason at some point,” Burrow said. “It would be great. To start the season feeling as good as possible, but that hasn’t been the reality for three years. Make the most of what you have.

“We will try again next year.”


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