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21 Apr 19
NATION AND STATE

America’s newest generation is growing up in a marijuana environment that is unlike anything ever seen in the U.S. Generation Z has never experienced an era where marijuana was looked upon as a “scourge”, or the source of extreme political ire – instead, they have only known an era where cannabis is being relentlessly pushed […]

20 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
DID you know that the air around you could be damaging your skin and hair? It’s time to shore up your defences. We’re all aware of the devastating effect pollution has on the planet. But while the consequences on the environment are clear, other effects are less well-known. However, they could actually be staring you in the face (literally). We share a selection of products from the high street which will help protect your skin and hair from damage caused by pollution Air contamination can have a serious impact on your appearance. People who live in highly polluted areas are more prone to blemishes, oily skin, premature baldness, a dry scalp and irritated skin. And the UK has some of the worst offenders – for example, London breached EU and UK air pollution limits for the whole of 2019 on March 18. “Signs of environmental damage, such as rough skin, inflammation and premature ageing, can be a direct result of pollutant particles,” says Dr Dendy Engelman, consulting dermatologist for Elizabeth Arden. And the damage doesn’t end there. “Dust, lead and smoke from pollution can cover the surface of the head, which can remove moisture from the hair and scalp, leaving it dry, flaky and prone to balding,” says Redken’s James Pryce from Larry King salon. [bc_video video_id=”5845512588001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stacey Dooley investigates the horrifying impact of fast fashion… claimed to be the second-worst industry for pollution”] So how can you protect yourself from the effects of pollution? Check out our handy guide. Spot of bother Breakouts can be frustrating. And while you might think you’ve done everything to try to tackle them, your usual go-to formulas might not be doing the trick if your blemishes are caused by pollution. Nanoparticles, the most harmful components of pollution, can be up to 20 times smaller than human pores, so without adequate protection they can penetrate skin easily. The Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash has AHAs that reach deep into the pores “When they become trapped in your skin they can cause a build-up of sebum, which can lead to acne,” explains aesthetic doctor Maryam Zamani. What can you do to combat it? One of the best products for ridding the skin of spot-causing pollution particles is an AHA cleanser such as Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash, £32. Containing a combination of lactic and glycolic alpha hydroxy acids, it reaches deep into pores and dissolves excess oil and grime. Follow up with Avène’s A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, packed with vitamin C and E Follow with an antioxidant-rich serum containing a powerful mix of vitamins. We love Avène A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, £26, which is packed with vitamin C and E – known to brighten and restore the skin’s natural defence barrier. Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash, £32 from Look Fantastic — buy now Avène A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, £26, from Boots — buy now Dry spell For skin and scalps that are already sensitive, dry or sore, pollution can worsen the situation. “Eczema rates are higher in polluted areas because pollution causes the skin’s barrier to weaken, and this can make skin flare up,” explains Maryam. So what can you do to keep irritation at a minimum? The CeraVe Moisturising Cream’s high levels of ceramide will keep your skin barrier strong “Look for face creams that contain high levels of ceramide. This waxy lipid helps to keep the skin barrier strong, which is vital for shielding it from outside aggressors,” explains Maryam. We love CeraVe Moisturising Cream, £14.50. Your scalp can react just as badly as the skin on your face, with pollution being a key cause of hair loss and lack of growth, according to James. Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo will get rid of built-up nasties “Toxins in the air can enter the bloodstream via the scalp, hindering your body’s capability to generate hair fibres,” he explains. “This, in turn, can lead to hair loss and a dry, irritated, flaky scalp.” The solution? Try using a shampoo that will get rid of built-up nasties. Follow your shampoo with Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint Often, cheaper formulas tend to contain high levels of sodium that will dry hair out, so we recommend investing in a slightly more expensive product. Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo, £15.50, is formulated with micellar technology to gently remove impurities from hair, as well as antioxidants and a UV filter. Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray is your final level of defence To follow, apply Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint, £10, which further removes toxic chemicals and pollutants and protects your locks to boot. For a final level of defence, after every wash spritz damp hair with Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray, £22.65, before drying. It contains sunflower seed extract to deeply hydrate strands and moisturise the hair follicle, which keeps locks strong and shields against grime in the air. CeraVe Moisturising Cream, £14.50 from ASOS — buy now Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo, £15.50 from Redken — buy now Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint, £10 from Look Fantastic — buy now Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray, £22.65 from Feel Unique — buy now [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Lines of defence Fine lines and wrinkles are inevitable as we get older, but environmental elements can exacerbate the problem. “Free radicals – the skin-damaging atoms found in pollution – break down collagen and elastin, which are essentially the scaffolding of skin that keep it firm and plump,” explains Dr Justine Hextall, consultant dermatologist at The Harley Medical Group. Use Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask once a week to boost the skin’s natural detoxification system Protect your skin with an SPF such as the Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30 “I recommend using a vitamin-C-rich antioxidant peel to help skin fight any free radicals that it’s exposed to.” For a special treat, use Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask, £60, once a week. It contains antioxidant ingredients from blueberries and goji berries to broccoli, which all boost the skin’s natural detoxification system to help it fight pollution particles. Plus, the product’s polymer blend will lift away dirt and impurities deep within pores. Then protect your skin every morning with an SPF such as Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30, £46, which contains natural pollution-fighting ingredients such as coconut and jojoba oil. Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask, £60 from John Lewis — buy now Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30, £46 from Elemis — buy now Stockists: Avène (Boots.com), CeraVe (Asos.com), Elemis (Elemis.com), Elizabeth Arden (Johnlewis.com), Goldfaden MD (Lookfantastic.com), Klorane (Lookfantastic.com), Moroccanoil (Feelunique.com), Redken (Redken.com). [bc_video video_id=”6026314983001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Young mum hails a ‘miracle’ £3.99 moisturiser after her five-month-old son’s agonising eczema has almost cleared up”]
20 Apr 19
Breastfeeding-I-day

Your baby is an amazing bundle of joy. But beyond this, you also have to deal with the crankiness, bawling and impressively high ego that demands a lot of attention. According to Darcia F Narvaez Ph.D., Babies are born with half the baking process. They need an “external womb” to grow their mental, physical, emotional […]

20 Apr 19
The Sun
DID you know that the air around you could be damaging your skin and hair? It’s time to shore up your defences. We’re all aware of the devastating effect pollution has on the planet. But while the consequences on the environment are clear, other effects are less well-known. However, they could actually be staring you in the face (literally). We share a selection of products from the high street which will help protect your skin and hair from damage caused by pollution Air contamination can have a serious impact on your appearance. People who live in highly polluted areas are more prone to blemishes, oily skin, premature baldness, a dry scalp and irritated skin. And the UK has some of the worst offenders – for example, London breached EU and UK air pollution limits for the whole of 2019 on March 18. “Signs of environmental damage, such as rough skin, inflammation and premature ageing, can be a direct result of pollutant particles,” says Dr Dendy Engelman, consulting dermatologist for Elizabeth Arden. And the damage doesn’t end there. “Dust, lead and smoke from pollution can cover the surface of the head, which can remove moisture from the hair and scalp, leaving it dry, flaky and prone to balding,” says Redken’s James Pryce from Larry King salon. [bc_video video_id=”5845512588001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stacey Dooley investigates the horrifying impact of fast fashion… claimed to be the second-worst industry for pollution”] So how can you protect yourself from the effects of pollution? Check out our handy guide. Spot of bother Breakouts can be frustrating. And while you might think you’ve done everything to try to tackle them, your usual go-to formulas might not be doing the trick if your blemishes are caused by pollution. Nanoparticles, the most harmful components of pollution, can be up to 20 times smaller than human pores, so without adequate protection they can penetrate skin easily. The Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash has AHAs that reach deep into the pores “When they become trapped in your skin they can cause a build-up of sebum, which can lead to acne,” explains aesthetic doctor Maryam Zamani. What can you do to combat it? One of the best products for ridding the skin of spot-causing pollution particles is an AHA cleanser such as Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash, £32. Containing a combination of lactic and glycolic alpha hydroxy acids, it reaches deep into pores and dissolves excess oil and grime. Follow up with Avène’s A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, packed with vitamin C and E Follow with an antioxidant-rich serum containing a powerful mix of vitamins. We love Avène A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, £26, which is packed with vitamin C and E – known to brighten and restore the skin’s natural defence barrier. Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash, £32 from Look Fantastic — buy now Avène A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, £26, from Boots — buy now Dry spell For skin and scalps that are already sensitive, dry or sore, pollution can worsen the situation. “Eczema rates are higher in polluted areas because pollution causes the skin’s barrier to weaken, and this can make skin flare up,” explains Maryam. So what can you do to keep irritation at a minimum? The CeraVe Moisturising Cream’s high levels of ceramide will keep your skin barrier strong “Look for face creams that contain high levels of ceramide. This waxy lipid helps to keep the skin barrier strong, which is vital for shielding it from outside aggressors,” explains Maryam. We love CeraVe Moisturising Cream, £14.50. Your scalp can react just as badly as the skin on your face, with pollution being a key cause of hair loss and lack of growth, according to James. Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo will get rid of built-up nasties “Toxins in the air can enter the bloodstream via the scalp, hindering your body’s capability to generate hair fibres,” he explains. “This, in turn, can lead to hair loss and a dry, irritated, flaky scalp.” The solution? Try using a shampoo that will get rid of built-up nasties. Follow your shampoo with Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint Often, cheaper formulas tend to contain high levels of sodium that will dry hair out, so we recommend investing in a slightly more expensive product. Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo, £15.50, is formulated with micellar technology to gently remove impurities from hair, as well as antioxidants and a UV filter. Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray is your final level of defence To follow, apply Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint, £10, which further removes toxic chemicals and pollutants and protects your locks to boot. For a final level of defence, after every wash spritz damp hair with Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray, £22.65, before drying. It contains sunflower seed extract to deeply hydrate strands and moisturise the hair follicle, which keeps locks strong and shields against grime in the air. CeraVe Moisturising Cream, £14.50 from ASOS — buy now Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo, £15.50 from Redken — buy now Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint, £10 from Look Fantastic — buy now Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray, £22.65 from Feel Unique — buy now [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Lines of defence Fine lines and wrinkles are inevitable as we get older, but environmental elements can exacerbate the problem. “Free radicals – the skin-damaging atoms found in pollution – break down collagen and elastin, which are essentially the scaffolding of skin that keep it firm and plump,” explains Dr Justine Hextall, consultant dermatologist at The Harley Medical Group. Use Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask once a week to boost the skin’s natural detoxification system Protect your skin with an SPF such as the Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30 “I recommend using a vitamin-C-rich antioxidant peel to help skin fight any free radicals that it’s exposed to.” For a special treat, use Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask, £60, once a week. It contains antioxidant ingredients from blueberries and goji berries to broccoli, which all boost the skin’s natural detoxification system to help it fight pollution particles. Plus, the product’s polymer blend will lift away dirt and impurities deep within pores. Then protect your skin every morning with an SPF such as Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30, £46, which contains natural pollution-fighting ingredients such as coconut and jojoba oil. Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask, £60 from John Lewis — buy now Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30, £46 from Elemis — buy now Stockists: Avène (Boots.com), CeraVe (Asos.com), Elemis (Elemis.com), Elizabeth Arden (Johnlewis.com), Goldfaden MD (Lookfantastic.com), Klorane (Lookfantastic.com), Moroccanoil (Feelunique.com), Redken (Redken.com). [bc_video video_id=”6026314983001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Young mum hails a ‘miracle’ £3.99 moisturiser after her five-month-old son’s agonising eczema has almost cleared up”]
20 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
DID you know that the air around you could be damaging your skin and hair? It’s time to shore up your defences. We’re all aware of the devastating effect pollution has on the planet. But while the consequences on the environment are clear, other effects are less well-known. However, they could actually be staring you in the face (literally). We share a selection of products from the high street which will help protect your skin and hair from damage caused by pollution Air contamination can have a serious impact on your appearance. People who live in highly polluted areas are more prone to blemishes, oily skin, premature baldness, a dry scalp and irritated skin. And the UK has some of the worst offenders – for example, London breached EU and UK air pollution limits for the whole of 2019 on March 18. “Signs of environmental damage, such as rough skin, inflammation and premature ageing, can be a direct result of pollutant particles,” says Dr Dendy Engelman, consulting dermatologist for Elizabeth Arden. And the damage doesn’t end there. “Dust, lead and smoke from pollution can cover the surface of the head, which can remove moisture from the hair and scalp, leaving it dry, flaky and prone to balding,” says Redken’s James Pryce from Larry King salon. [bc_video video_id=”5845512588001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stacey Dooley investigates the horrifying impact of fast fashion… claimed to be the second-worst industry for pollution”] So how can you protect yourself from the effects of pollution? Check out our handy guide. Spot of bother Breakouts can be frustrating. And while you might think you’ve done everything to try to tackle them, your usual go-to formulas might not be doing the trick if your blemishes are caused by pollution. Nanoparticles, the most harmful components of pollution, can be up to 20 times smaller than human pores, so without adequate protection they can penetrate skin easily. The Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash has AHAs that reach deep into the pores “When they become trapped in your skin they can cause a build-up of sebum, which can lead to acne,” explains aesthetic doctor Maryam Zamani. What can you do to combat it? One of the best products for ridding the skin of spot-causing pollution particles is an AHA cleanser such as Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash, £32. Containing a combination of lactic and glycolic alpha hydroxy acids, it reaches deep into pores and dissolves excess oil and grime. Follow up with Avène’s A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, packed with vitamin C and E Follow with an antioxidant-rich serum containing a powerful mix of vitamins. We love Avène A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, £26, which is packed with vitamin C and E – known to brighten and restore the skin’s natural defence barrier. Goldfaden MD Detox Clarifying Facial Wash, £32 from Look Fantastic — buy now Avène A-Oxitive Antioxidant Defense Serum, £26, from Boots — buy now Dry spell For skin and scalps that are already sensitive, dry or sore, pollution can worsen the situation. “Eczema rates are higher in polluted areas because pollution causes the skin’s barrier to weaken, and this can make skin flare up,” explains Maryam. So what can you do to keep irritation at a minimum? The CeraVe Moisturising Cream’s high levels of ceramide will keep your skin barrier strong “Look for face creams that contain high levels of ceramide. This waxy lipid helps to keep the skin barrier strong, which is vital for shielding it from outside aggressors,” explains Maryam. We love CeraVe Moisturising Cream, £14.50. Your scalp can react just as badly as the skin on your face, with pollution being a key cause of hair loss and lack of growth, according to James. Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo will get rid of built-up nasties “Toxins in the air can enter the bloodstream via the scalp, hindering your body’s capability to generate hair fibres,” he explains. “This, in turn, can lead to hair loss and a dry, irritated, flaky scalp.” The solution? Try using a shampoo that will get rid of built-up nasties. Follow your shampoo with Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint Often, cheaper formulas tend to contain high levels of sodium that will dry hair out, so we recommend investing in a slightly more expensive product. Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo, £15.50, is formulated with micellar technology to gently remove impurities from hair, as well as antioxidants and a UV filter. Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray is your final level of defence To follow, apply Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint, £10, which further removes toxic chemicals and pollutants and protects your locks to boot. For a final level of defence, after every wash spritz damp hair with Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray, £22.65, before drying. It contains sunflower seed extract to deeply hydrate strands and moisturise the hair follicle, which keeps locks strong and shields against grime in the air. CeraVe Moisturising Cream, £14.50 from ASOS — buy now Redken Clean Maniac Micellar Shampoo, £15.50 from Redken — buy now Klorane Anti-Pollution Protective Conditioner With Aquatic Mint, £10 from Look Fantastic — buy now Moroccanoil Color Complete Protect & Prevent Spray, £22.65 from Feel Unique — buy now [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Lines of defence Fine lines and wrinkles are inevitable as we get older, but environmental elements can exacerbate the problem. “Free radicals – the skin-damaging atoms found in pollution – break down collagen and elastin, which are essentially the scaffolding of skin that keep it firm and plump,” explains Dr Justine Hextall, consultant dermatologist at The Harley Medical Group. Use Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask once a week to boost the skin’s natural detoxification system Protect your skin with an SPF such as the Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30 “I recommend using a vitamin-C-rich antioxidant peel to help skin fight any free radicals that it’s exposed to.” For a special treat, use Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask, £60, once a week. It contains antioxidant ingredients from blueberries and goji berries to broccoli, which all boost the skin’s natural detoxification system to help it fight pollution particles. Plus, the product’s polymer blend will lift away dirt and impurities deep within pores. Then protect your skin every morning with an SPF such as Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30, £46, which contains natural pollution-fighting ingredients such as coconut and jojoba oil. Elizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart Double Action Detox Peel Off Mask, £60 from John Lewis — buy now Elemis Daily Defence Shield SPF30, £46 from Elemis — buy now Stockists: Avène (Boots.com), CeraVe (Asos.com), Elemis (Elemis.com), Elizabeth Arden (Johnlewis.com), Goldfaden MD (Lookfantastic.com), Klorane (Lookfantastic.com), Moroccanoil (Feelunique.com), Redken (Redken.com). [bc_video video_id=”6026314983001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Young mum hails a ‘miracle’ £3.99 moisturiser after her five-month-old son’s agonising eczema has almost cleared up”]
20 Apr 19
MagaOneNews
NCAA Football: Oklahoma Pro Day
Mar 13, 2019; Norman, OK, USA; Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray participates in positional workouts during pro day at the Everest Indoor Training Center at the University of Oklahoma. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

April 20, 2019

Unlike the 2018 NFL Draft, when the Cleveland Browns kept us guessing until practically draft night, the first overall pick seems to have been preordained for months.

There remain whispers about whether ownership is on board, and as long as the Arizona Cardinals still have Josh Rosen on their roster, we can’t be absolutely certain first-year coach Kliff Kingsbury will draft his former high school recruit, Kyler Murray, with the top pick.

But for now, there’s no reason to expect a late surprise – on that would set off an entirely different chain of events. Even with Murray penciled in at No. 1, it’s anybody’s guess where the other top quarterbacks wind up.

1. Arizona Cardinals: QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

The importance of Murray’s mobility in Kingsbury’s offense is overstated, but if you’re going to hire an offensive coach, why not let him pick his quarterback?

2. San Francisco 49ers: DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Acquiring Dee Ford won’t change the 49ers’ approach here — Bosa is a perfect complement, as a bigger, powerful end who can win outside and inside as a rusher while also stopping the run.

3. New York Jets: DT Ed Oliver, Houston

The Jets desperately wish to trade down, and most have Quinnen Williams or Josh Allen here if they stay, but don’t rule out roll the dice on Oliver’s unique athleticism.

4. Oakland Raiders: DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama

Josh Allen or Devin White could be in play here, but Williams is the best player on the board. A potential shocker cannot be ruled out: Drew Lock.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: LB Devin White, LSU

With Josh Allen still available, this is tricky. While the Bucs need more edge rush, Todd Bowles’ scheme creates pressure via blitzes, and White is a classic modern-day linebacker who can blitz, cover and play the run.

6. New York Giants: OLB Josh Allen, Kentucky

Dave Gettleman is never shy about taking the best player available, glaring hole at quarterback be damned.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida

T.J. Hockenson would be an option, but Taylor makes too much sense. He fills the Jags’ hole at right tackle perfectly, as a mauler who excels in a power run game.

8. Detroit Lions: TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa

Rashan Gary or Montez Sweat could make sense, but Matt Patricia’s defense doesn’t prioritize edge rushers. Instead, the Lions grab a two-way tight end after nearly trading for Rob Gronkowski last year.

9. Buffalo Bills: DE Rashan Gary, Michigan

The Bills addressed a bunch of spots in free agency so they could take the top player on their board. They might hope Hockenson is still there, but with him gone, they grab one of the draft’s best athletes.

10. Denver Broncos: QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

Many believe the Broncos are targeting a second- or third-tier quarterback to develop behind Joe Flacco. Would Haskins slipping to No. 10 change their mind?

11. Cincinnati Bengals: QB Drew Lock, Missouri

This would be bold for a notably conservative organization, but if Zac Taylor wants to pick his QB, it’s hard to argue against him. Devin Bush would be in play if it’s not a QB.

12. Green Bay Packers: OL Jonah Williams, Alabama

The Packers added Billy Turner in free agency, but Williams could be an upgrade at left guard over Lane Taylor while serving as insurance and the successor to oft-injured right tackle Bryan Bulaga.

13. Miami Dolphins: OT Andre Dillard, Washington State

Miami let Ja’Wuan James walk and hasn’t replaced him, so Dillard (or Williams or Cody Ford) could fill the hole at right tackle. Clelin Ferrell would also be a perfect fit in Brian Flores’ defense.

14. Atlanta Falcons: DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson

Wilkins would slot in next to fellow Clemson product Grady Jarrett inside as a disruptive penetrator with terrific character.

15. Washington Redskins: DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State

With some concerned about his heart issue, Sweat slides a tad, and Washington nabs a dynamic rusher opposite Ryan Kerrigan.

16. Carolina Panthers: DE Brian Burns, Florida State

Julius Peppers is finally retired, and Bruce Irvin isn’t the answer. Burns can threaten early as a situational rusher while adding power to be a full-time starter down the line.

17. New York Giants (from Cleveland): QB Daniel Jones, Duke

If the Giants don’t love any of the top quarterbacks but — as believed — like Jones, it would be sensible to wait and see if he reaches No. 17.

18. Minnesota Vikings: OL Chris Lindstrom, Boston College

The Vikings might prefer a left tackle — which would bump Riley Reiff to left guard — but with Williams and Dillard gone, they take perhaps the draft’s best interior lineman.

19. Tennessee Titans: WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma

The Titans’ offense needs an injection of speed, and nobody in this draft has more of it than Brown. Lindstrom would also be in consideration if available.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: LB Devin Bush, Michigan

Bush could land closer to the top 10, but if he slips this far, Pittsburgh should pounce. The Steelers have needed speed at inside linebacker since Ryan Shazier’s injury.

21. Seattle Seahawks: DE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson

The Seahawks likely hope to trade down, as is their norm in Round 1, but more help on the edge makes sense with Frank Clark’s future unclear.

22. Baltimore Ravens: C Erik McCoy, Texas A&M

A solid, scheme-versatile pivot, McCoy might fit the Ravens better than Garrett Bradbury, who played in a predominant outside-zone scheme at NC State.

23. Houston Texans: CB Byron Murphy, Washington

With Taylor, Dillard and Williams gone, Houston opts to wait on offensive tackle and reinforce a weakened secondary instead.

24. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago): TE Noah Fant, Iowa

While the Raiders need more reinforcements on defense, Jared Cook’s departure leaves the team with no receiving threat at tight end. Jon Gruden can’t help himself.

25. Philadelphia Eagles: C Garrett Bradbury, NC State

If Bradbury reaches 25, I love this pick. He would provide insurance for Brandon Brooks (torn Achilles) at right guard and eventually take over at the pivot when Jason Kelce retires.

26. Indianapolis Colts: WR D.K. Metcalf, Mississippi

Metcalf has a wide range of possible landing spots, but his combination of size and speed would make sense for Indy if he gets this far.

27. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas): CB DeAndre Baker, Georgia

I could see Gruden gambling on Jeffery Simmons, but since the Raiders already nabbed a defensive tackle in Quinnen Williams, they opt for a cornerback here.

28. Los Angeles Chargers: DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

The Chargers re-signed Brandon Mebane, but he’s 34 and got only a two-year deal. Lawrence would immediately fortify the run defense, with pocket-pushing potential down the line.

29. Kansas City Chiefs: CB Greedy Williams, LSU

Don’t be shocked if they pick a wideout, but with the value not lining up here, the Chiefs add much-needed help to the secondary.

30. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans): DB Darnell Savage, Maryland

A late riser, Savage can play all over the place — single-high, two-deep, in the box or over the slot — making him a perfect fit in Mike Pettine’s scheme.

31. Los Angeles Rams: OL Cody Ford, Oklahoma

L.A. lost interior linemen Rodger Saffold and John Sullivan and has yet to replace them. Ford would compete at left guard, perhaps starting from Day 1.

32. New England Patriots: TE Irv Smith Jr., Alabama

Smith is a better blocker on the move than inline, so the offense would require some adaptation, but he’s a dangerous receiver who thrives after the catch, which is critical in Josh McDaniels’ horizontal passing game.

–David DeChant, Field Level Media

Source: OANN

20 Apr 19
CirdecSongs

April 13, 09:15; Off Day? For a day off used to rest, today will be a study in perpetual motion. The uniform is back on for a bit of overtime, followed by a visit to Planet Score for Record Store Day, a brief rest, the Brad Mehldau show, and then picking up my daughter from […]

20 Apr 19
CW

Our emotional lives are a patchwork made of beliefs we have internalised and modes of reality we have modeled Ever get a “hunch” something is not right? “Gut instinct” is real; it can even be measured, mapped in the body and analysed chemically.  We know that differing emotional states cause different sensations inside our body and […]

20 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

One of the most talked-about programs of the past week – a documentary about the BBC1 – which included two main characters, was made up of two people, many of whom considered them living saints. One was the facilitator, Sir David Attenborough, the other was Greta Thunberg, the Swedish youth activist, who inspired several countries, […]

20 Apr 19
athemall

Navigation: Glonass+GPS Health: Sports heart rate Waterproof: IP68 waterproof and dustproof through the third-party professional SGS testing, can withstand 1.5 m deep room temperature fresh water soak for 30 minutes, but does not support swimming and bathing Intelligent notice to remind Battery life for 45 days Exercise heart rate monitoring The total weight is 32g […]

20 Apr 19
Aging in America

I’ve written a lot about the growing influence of technology on the world that older adults occupy, from the world of cute and fuzzy robots, to smart homes and smart nursing homes, and consumer applications of artificial intelligence (think Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri technology). I’ve written about how the fastest-growing adopters of information technology (internet use) are older adults, […]

20 Apr 19
Toronto Sun

OAKLAND — With the Blue Jays playing some inspiring baseball of late, it was inevitable, perhaps even unavoidable, that a Shoe would fall. Literally, as it turns out. Feel-good story Matt Shoemaker, who took a 3-0 record and a 1.75 ERA into Saturday’s game versus the A’s, left in the bottom of the third with […]

20 Apr 19
Women's Tabletop Friendship

It is yours! You have all authority to use the Name of Jesus. Are you aware that you have this authority? Are you exercising spiritual authority in the church? In this post about the Believers’ Spiritual Authority, I will teach you three things: what is spiritual authority when to use your authority and how to […]

20 Apr 19
Let's Make a Stew

So as you guys know I went to Washington DC over my spring break because colleges are gay and don’t know how to have a uniform spring break and instead manage to make it so all of our spring breaks are on 3 separate weeks at 3 separate colleges. I haven’t really done much outside […]