Category: Forget

Forget Brett Rypien – the Denver Broncos Should Rotate QBs
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Forget Brett Rypien – the Denver Broncos Should Rotate QBs

The Denver Broncos have named Brett Rypien starting QB.Vic Fangio would be better off rotating Rypien and Jeff Driskel while Drew Lock is injured. The Broncos have alternated quarterbacks before.Switching things up under center would add interest to Week 4’s game against another 0-3 team, the New York Jets.The Denver Broncos need to forget about…

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Forget the Pandemic, There is a New Record Virus Outbreak Emerging in Asia
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Forget the Pandemic, There is a New Record Virus Outbreak Emerging in Asia

Singapore may see the nation’s largest dengue virus outbreak in history, local authorities tell CNA. Lockdown measures to combat the pandemic are reportedly leading to more dengue infections. Concerns that the new virus could overwhelm hospitals across Southeast Asia are emerging. As nations scramble to deal with the second wave of the pandemic, another deadly…

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Forget Angelina Jolie: Meghan Markle Aims to Be the Next Gwyneth Paltrow
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Forget Angelina Jolie: Meghan Markle Aims to Be the Next Gwyneth Paltrow

A royal commentator believes that Meghan Markle will launch a reimagined version of her long-shuttered lifestyle blog. She’s reportedly modeling it after Gwyneth Paltrow’s popular – and controversial – Goop brand. Rumour is that Meghan will be working with “creative masterminds” from all over the world. First, it was Angelina Jolie. Now, it’s Gwyneth Paltrow…

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Forget Earth Day: Massive Pollution in China Makes Apple Stock a Screaming Buy
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Forget Earth Day: Massive Pollution in China Makes Apple Stock a Screaming Buy

Morgan Stanley believes Apple stock is looking bullish as China slowly recovers from a coronavirus-induced lockdown. The sudden deterioration in China’s air quality suggests industrial production is ramping up again–and that includes Apple’s factories across the mainland. Apple’s share price rose more than 3% Wednesday but continues to trade well below its February peak. On…

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