What Julian Edelman’s departure means for the Patriots

With a knee injury having bothered him for most of the last two seasons, and now forcing him to miss a physical, Julian Edelman’s career with the New England Patriots is over. The club officially released the 34-year-old on Monday, ending an 11-year run that saw him grow from draft day afterthought to integral member of the Patriots’ offense.

A lot will be said and written about Edelman in the coming days and weeks — especially if he also announces his retirement, as certainly seems possible — but for now let’s do a quick-hit breakdown: What does Edelman’s release man

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HBO’s Bill Maher says Portland police departures are ‘a cautionary tale’

In his latest comments on Portland, HBO’s Bill Maher touched on the topic of police, and referred to the departure of Portland police officers as “a cautionary tale,” warning, “We do not want to live in a world without police. Then it’s ‘The Purge’ every night.”

During the most recent episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” the host said he was heartened to see members of law enforcement testify in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, and be willing to criticize Chauvin for kneeling on the neck of the late George Floyd for more

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Arizona Community Foundation Announces Leadership Departure

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The Arizona Community Foundation announces the departure of Chief Philanthropy Officer Jacky Alling who left the foundation on March 31 to take on a new role as the first-ever Senior Fellow for Philanthropy at Arizona State University’s Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation.

Alling will serve in an adjunct faculty appointment under the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation and the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions. In this role, she will grow the ASU Lodestar Center’s PhilanthropyMatters programming; serve as a

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Stephanie McMahon Says Jon Moxley’s WWE Departure “Was A Mutual Decision”

Moxley left the WWE in 2019 before signing with AEW.

It’s been nearly two full years since Jon Moxley last competed in WWE.

In January 2019, Moxley – who went by Dean Ambrose in WWE – turned down a new contract offer and decided to leave the company. He wrestled his final match for WWE at The Shield’s Final Chapter event on Apr. 21.

A month later, Moxley made a surprise appearance at the end of the AEW Double or Nothing pay-per-view. It was later announced that he had signed a multi-year contract with the new wrestling promotion.

During an

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Comment: Olivier Giroud’s departure from Chelsea is a matter of where not when

Olivier Giroud is an interesting case. Viewed as a short term stop gap when he arrived at Stamford Bridge in January 2018, the Frenchman has gone on to defy his critics and cement his place in Chelsea folklore. Constantly touted with a move away from the club in search of more game time, Giroud has stepped up in the absence of a consistent goal threat during nearly four years in West London. 

But at 34-years-old, and with Chelsea seemingly in the market for attacking reinforcements, it appears Giroud’s departure is imminent. 

Giroud’s ability not to dwell on the disappointment of

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Breaking down Chaundee Brown’s departure

Michigan basketball lost its second senior in only a few days when Chaundee Brown declared for the NBA Draft on Saturday night. Where will the Wolverines look next?

It was May 19th of last year when Chaundee Brown committed to Juwan Howard and the Michigan basketball team.

Howard had just added his second transfer of the offseason, and many were skeptical of how it would play out. A video surfaced in late October of Howard announcing to the team that Brown would be eligible for the 2020-2021 season and the team reacted as if someone had just hit a buzzer-beater.

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