- Former 49ers quarterback settled case with NFL on Friday
- Mark Geragos says his client is still staying in shape
Colin Kaepernick’s lawyer says his client still wants to play in the NFL, and believes he would fit in well at the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.
On Friday, Kaepernick and his former teammate Eric Reid settled a complaint of collusion against the NFL. Reid and Kaepernick claimed the league’s owners blackballed them because they had protested against social injustice by kneeling during the national anthem. The terms of the agreement are confidential.Continue reading...
"This is a major new release, featuring a number of new features —
including a new user interface for creating and managing email
accounts, integration with GNOME Online Accounts (which also provides
OAuth login support for some services), improvements in displaying
conversations, composing new messages, interacting with other email
apps, reporting problems as they occur, and number of important bug
fixes, server compatibility fixes, and security fixes."
Scientists say roast meal can make household air dirtier than in sixth most polluted city
Cooking a Sunday roast can drive indoor air pollution far above the levels found in the most polluted cities on Earth, scientists have said.
Researchers found that roasting meat and vegetables, and using a gas hob, released a surge of fine particles that could make household air dirtier than that in Delhi.Continue reading...