Broncos WR Preview: Courtland Sutton returns from ACL injury to lead young group of receivers

Editor’s note: Sixth in a series previewing each Broncos position group entering the start of training camp on Tuesday. Throughout last year’s training camp, Courtland Sutton wasn’t just the Broncos’ best receiver, he was their best offensive player. Sutton got open on shallow crosses, caught contested passes in the red zone and showed his usual downfield playmaking ability. A repeat of his breakout 2019 (1,112 yards and a Pro Bowl selection) was anticipated. But before the end of Week 2, Sutton was gone for the season, tearing his ACL in his 20th snap of the loss at Pittsburgh. Months of rehabilitation complete, Sutton is back knowing he will be a… Read More

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Tesla knocked $500 off a hardware upgrade for its Full Self Driving subscription after customer backlash, a report says

A Tesla Model 3 (left) and other Tesla models are on display in a Tesla Service Center in Hamburg. Christian Charisius/picture alliance via Getty Images Tesla offered customers with older car models a $1,500 hardware upgrade to get “Full Self-Driving.” This provoked backlash – Tesla said in 2016 its cars would come with Full Self-Driving hardware. Tesla appears to have dropped the price to $1,000, Electrek reports. See more stories on Insider’s business page. Tesla appears to have dropped the price on a new hardware upgrade for its new Full Self-Driving (FSD) subscription. Tesla announced on Friday that customers could get its FSD software, which does not make the car… Read More

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The billionaire space race epitomizes capitalism’s destructive obsession with growth

Mars ain’t the kind of place to raise your kids, laments the Rocket Man in Elton John’s timeless classic. In fact, it’s cold as hell, but that doesn’t seem to worry a new generation of space entrepreneurs intent on colonizing the “final frontier” as fast as possible. Don’t get me wrong. I’m no sullen technophobe. As lockdown projects go, NASA’s landing of the Perseverance rover on the surface of the red planet earlier this year was a hell of a blast. Watching it reminded me that I once led a high school debate defending the motion: this house believes that… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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How does work… well, work? Here are the 5 things every employee making a career change in 2021 should know

Employees and job seekers will have to look at the workforce from a new perspective to navigate recent changes. Sushiman/Getty Images Growing rates of burnout have transformed company culture and resulted in a “Great Resignation.” Preferences between in-person and remote work continue to dictate employment decisions. This page will help you decide if it’s time to get a new job and how to apply. See more stories on Insider’s business page. Work from home was supposed to be temporary. But in the past 15 months, we’ve lived through a pandemic and a global recession, which led to mass burnout and a spike in voluntary resignations. This new normal means hybrid… Read More

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Video shows Capitol rioter hit police captain in the face with a flag pole. He pleaded not guilty to assault.

Brent Stirton/Getty A Capitol riot suspect was filmed hitting a police officer with a flag then hurling it like a spear. The Department of Justice released footage it says shows Jeffrey McKellop injuring the captain. McKellop, pleaded not guilty to 12 charges including assault. See more stories on Insider’s business page. The Department of Justice has released footage from the Capitol riot in which a man hits a police officer in the face with a flagpole, then throws it like a spear. The incident left the victim, a police captain, with cuts to his face. Prosecutors say that Jeffrey McKellop, an ex-Special Forces soldier, assaulted multiple DC police officers on… Read More

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Volkswagen Group NEARLY TRIPL3D its EV deliveries this year

Well, you read the title. It’s clear that the Volkswagen Group has continued to gain momentum with its electric offensive in the first half of 2021. Up to the end of June, a total of 170,939 BEV models were delivered worldwide, which works out to an increase of 165.2% compared to the same period of 2020 (64,462 units). This means that nearly thrice as many electric vehicles were sold. Interestingly, BEV deliveries nearly doubled also between the first and the second quarter of 2021: from 59,948 units in Q1 to 110,991 units in Q2. Deliveries per region Volkswagen Group’s worldwide deliveries were… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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