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What I read today: Cancellationsby Jimmy Morris on August 11, 2020 at 10:00 pm
Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports John Glennon wrote about Jeffery Simmons and A.J. Brown taking the 2nd year jump at Broadway Sports Media. There is a really good chance that both of those guys are nationally talked about among the best at their respective positions this time next year. The Big 10 officially announced the cancellation of their football season today. The Pac 12 did the same. We can debate whether or not this is necessary if you want, but what I really don’t understand is how they can have students in dorms on campus going to classes but not play football. And of course the news that Vic Beasley failed his physical. That dude has been nothing but a disaster since training camp started. Hopefully he will pass a physical soon and get on the field, but I’m not holding out hope that it happens anytime soon. I would steer away from signing any other EDGE guys from Clemson. #justkidding #kindof
Titans waive OLB Reggie Gilbert, place OLB Vic Beasley on NFI listby Justin Melo on August 11, 2020 at 8:31 pm
Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports The Tennessee Titans made a pair of roster moves Tuesday afternoon and it goes from bad to worse for Vic Beasley, who was placed on the team’s Non-Football Injury (NFI) list. Beasley can re-join his teammates at practices upon passing a physical. This means that Beasley took 10 days to report to training camp and has now landed himself on the NFI list. It’s safe to say that the Beasley era in Tennessee has gotten off on the wrong foot. It can only get better from here, right? In addition to this, Paul Kuharsky is reporting that the reason for the move is because Beasley actually failed a physical. So Vic Beasley took 10 days to report, went through the process of passing three COVID-19 tests in four days and then failed his physical. #Titans— Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) August 11, 2020 The Titans have not confirmed that report at this time. The Titans also waived/injured linebacker Reggie Gilbert. Gilbert was acquired by the Titans in a trade late in the 2019 preseason. The move was made in attempt to bolster the team’s depth at the outside linebacker position. Gilbert wound up playing in 11 games last season while making five starts. He finished the year with 24 tackles, a sack, seven quarterback pressures and three special teams tackles. These moves leave the Titans a little thin in the pass rushing department currently. Jadeveon Clowney is still a free agent. I’m just saying...
And we are live!by SB Nation NFL on August 11, 2020 at 7:15 pm
Photo by Matthew Maxey/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Welcome to Coral. Hello, all. Today, we’ve launched our new commenting platform, Coral, on this site. You can try it out below, or on any article here. As the pre-launch article said, we know it’s missing a few key pieces that might be important to you, and we’re continually evolving and improving it. Just like when we launched the previous platform, on day one it wasn’t perfect (in fact, almost everyone told us they hated it), and so we’re asking for a little patience as we grow. We’re launching here first to learn what matters most to you, to help us learn and develop the next set of features. We already have a bunch of improvements in the pipeline, which will be released before the season begins. And do keep tell using what you like and what you want to see more of (respectfully, please) – we’re here and we’re listening. There are a bunch of new things we think you’ll like: you can change the default sort across articles (Newest, Oldest, Most Recs, Most Replies), ignore annoying commenters (just click on their name), you can embed Twitter and YouTube really easily (just drop in the URL, no need to find the embed code), and we even allow you to Rec yourself (be sure to check yourself first.) Also, don’t panic: comments are only temporarily disabled on FanPosts – they’ll be back –and your old comments will return too, we’ve just archived them for now. This is all part of a big investment in SB Nation communities, and we will continue to evolve the platform over the coming months and years to support you, the best fan communities on the internet. We’ve written an FAQ to cover most of the common questions about how the system works, and we know you’ll let us know below what you think. Also, here’s an update on the features and improvements we’re already working on. This site is great because you are. Thank you for being here.
Announcement: We have a new commenting system coming todayby SB Nation NFL on August 11, 2020 at 2:00 pm
Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Coral will launch on Music City Miracles this afternoon. Today is a big day for Music City Miracles commenters: we’re going to be moving our comments to a brand new platform. This site is part of the first series of sites in the rollout. Yeah, we hate change too. Here’s why we’re doing it: we’ve been using the same commenting platform for more than a decade, and the tools from our earliest days aren’t built for the modern web. Making fixes and improvements to the original system gets tougher every year, and it’s not sustainable moving forward. And so we’re starting out with a new tool, called Coral. It’s not complete yet, but it does have many custom features that have been on many of our wish lists for years. We know it’ll take a bit of getting used to. We ask only that you give it a chance, try it on a few articles, and then tell us honestly what you think. This is a constant work in progress – we know it’s missing a few key pieces that might be important to you, and we’re continually evolving and improving it. Check out the latest about those coming improvements below. Just like when we launched the previous platform, ten years ago, on day one it wasn’t perfect, so we’re asking for a little patience as we grow. We’re going live now to learn what matters most to you, to help us learn and develop the next set of features. We already have a bunch of improvements in the pipeline. Tell us what you like and what you want to see (respectfully, please) – we’re here and we’re listening. This is part of a big investment in SB Nation communities, and we will continue to evolve the platform over the coming months and years to support you, the best fan communities on the internet. Some important information about the launch: Your old comment history won’t be migrated on day one, but we’ve kept it safe and will be bringing it back. We’ll be temporarily removing comments from FanPosts and FanShots, as well. We appreciate your patience through these changes. The new platform will be on all our articles on this site starting this afternoon, using the same login as always. Thanks as always for being here.
What I read todayby Jimmy Morris on August 10, 2020 at 10:00 pm
Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports This is a post I have thought about planning daily for a while. It’s going to be called “What I read today.” It will focus on different articles that caught my attention throughout the day. Some will be about sports and some won’t. It will hopefully be something that helps us all do a little more reading and broaden our horizons. The first thing I want to point out a book I recently finished called Mindset. This is a fantastic read for anyone that leads an organization, coaches or is breathing. Some teachers in Williamson County here in Tennessee have started their own school. There is a big opportunity for this kind of stuff with everything that is going on. I love seeing people that see a need and create a business to meet that need. It is good for everyone! On a day dominated by college football talk, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey had some really good thoughts: Best advice I’ve received since COVID-19: “Be patient. Take time when making decisions. This is all new & you’ll gain better information each day.” @SEC has been deliberate at each step since March...slowed return to practice...delayed 1st game to respect start of fall semester..— Greg Sankey (@GregSankey) August 10, 2020