Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion The issue of gun crime is serious, but local protestors aren’t serious about solving the problem, either wanting attention more than a solution or they’re totally clueless about the problem.If students walked out of class to protest abortion, bring our troops home from the Middle East, or anything else, would the Gazette print articles about it and the school treat them like heroes? What good does a League of Women Voters bus to Washington D.C. accomplish, other than giving them an outing and a chance to preen?The Gazette ran a truly sad story about 16 tragic gun deaths that impacted Schenectady over the last several years. The victims and their stories deserve to be remembered and mourned. But the Gazette failed to identify the common factor in each of those murders: the victims were all killed by persons not licensed to own or use guns.JOE GRYGASSouth ColonieMore from The Daily Gazette:Albany County warns of COVID increaseEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidation
9 months ago NFL: Colin Kaepernick to make his long-awaited return to the NFL? First Published: 19th November, 2019 12:53 IST 9 months ago Colin Kaepernick gets help from Hip-Hop mogul Jay-Z in NFL star’s recent workout: Report Three years without an NFL showing had little effect on Colin Kaepernick’s workout as he displayed a glimpse of the skills in his arsenal at the Charles R Drew High School in Atlanta. Kaepernick has been out of the NFL for three whole years after the NFL owners allegedly froze him out of the league. However, after coming to a settlement with Colin Kaepernick, the tensions between the NFL and the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback took another turn after Kaepernick’s workout last weekend. For starters, the NFL had organised a workout of sorts for Kaepernick at the Atlanta Falcon’s Facility. However, Colin Kaepernick refused to show up at the venue on account of the enforced media blackout at the location. Kaepernick, therefore, changed the venue to the high school in Atlanta at the last minute, with the media also in attendance. Also Read | Colin Kaepernick’s NFL History, Timeline Of His Protest Against Racial DiscriminationNFL news: Colin Kaepernick’s contract a no-showAfter a reported last-minute change of location, it seems that only eight out of the 25 teams’ representatives showed up for Kaepernick’s workout, according to his agent, Jeff Nalley. Nalley admitted that he had spoken to a number of the representatives and he hopes that Colin Kaepernick will get a contract with an NFL team very soon. He also admitted that he was rather pessimistic about Kaepernick’s chances at the moment, considering that he had not heard from any of the NFL teams on a contract for Colin Kapernick so far.Also Read | Myles Garrett Net Worth, Annual Salary, Steelers Brawl And NFL Suspension Colin DCunha WATCH US LIVE 9 months ago NFL Brawl: NFL or WWE? Browns’ Myles Garrett swings helmet, smacks Steelers’ Mason Rudolph 9 months ago Colin Kaepernick: NFL upset after his no-show at original venue for workout session Written By FOLLOW US LIVE TV COMMENT 9 months ago Myles Garrett net worth, annual salary, Steelers brawl and NFL suspension NFL News: Colin Kaepernick’s sharp words for NFL ownersSpeaking after the workout, Colin Kaepernick said that he was ready for a return to the NFL and has been ready during the period of his three-year absence. The former 49ers quarterback had a strong showing during his workout and impressed the media and the NFL representatives during the same. Colin Kaepernick did, however, call out the “scared” NFL owners after his workout, asking the representatives to inform the owners to stop “running from the truth”. Also Read | Colin Kaepernick Calls Out ‘scared’ NFL Owners In Recent Interview After WorkoutWhether Colin Kaepernick returns to the NFL after a three-year absence remains to be seen. His agent, Jeff Nalley said that since none of the teams asked for this workout, there were no takers on a team workout for Colin Kaepernick. He did, however, say that Colin Kaepernick is ready to workout at any of the NFL team’s facility as is the normal process.Also Read | Colin Kaepernick’s Workout Was A Publicity Stunt Rather Than Usual Trial, Claims Jay Z WE RECOMMEND SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 19th November, 2019 12:53 IST Colin Kaepernick Workout Update: No NFL Contract Yet For Kaepernick Colin Kaepernick took part in a workout session organised (in part) by the NFL last weekend. However, there are no offers on the table for the quarterback.
Richard Sager – Stride GamingSeeking to boost its new market ambitions, London AIM-listed online gambling group Stride Gaming has confirmed the appointment of Richard Sager as Head International Business Development.An external industry appointment, undertaken by Stride Gaming governance, Sager joins Stride’s executive leadership team from online subscription nutritionist retailer Graze.comA seasoned executive in commercial development and growth strategies for international enterprise, Sager has gained further leadership experience working for Hertz car rental (2014-2015) and Bacardi-Martini drinks (2007-2014).Joining Stride Gaming leadership, Sager will be tasked with leading the firm’s new B2C business division beyond the firm’s home UK market.Confirming the appointment of Sager, Eitan Boyd, Group Chief Executive of Stride Gaming, said: “Richard has an excellent track record in successfully supporting companies on their growth strategies both domestically and on an international scale.“His knowledge and experience will be invaluable as Stride continues its focus into new markets and verticals, and we’re delighted to welcome him to the team.” Related Articles Submit Share StumbleUpon Rank pleased with Grosvenor progress as critical Stride integration begins October 15, 2019 Share Rank clears UKGC hurdle in takeover of Stride Gaming September 23, 2019 Rank finalises Stride Gaming takeover October 4, 2019