In case you forgot, Drew Brees is here to remind you that he’s got one of the most accurate arms in the NFL.
The New Orleans QB and future Hall of Famer showed off his pinpoint accuracy during training camp exercises, which the Saints promptly blessed us with via Instagram.
TAKE ME TO CHURCH, DREW BREES.
Of course, this isn’t the first time Brees has shown off his perfect arm with trick shots–his Dude Perfect feature from 2017 is still hella impressive. If you haven’t seen it yet, you’re welcome.
Thank You, Jill Ellis
USWNT head coach Jill Ellis announced her resignation from the team on Tuesday afternoon.
For everything she has done and everything she has meant to this program we say, THANK YOU ❤️— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 30, 2019
Jill Ellis will step down as #USWNT head coach in October.#ThankYouJill: https://t.co/5I3dwtQXIo pic.twitter.com/QkCAkMItQj
Ellis is stepping down after five years with the team. During that time, she became the first head coach in 81 years to win back to back titles, and is the first female coach ever to accomplish this feat.
She will stay on for the next year in an ambassador role for U.S. Soccer, but as of right now, it’s unknown who will be on the sidelines as head coach when the USWNT competes for gold in next year’s Tokyo Olympics.
Trevor Bauer, can you just not?
Petulant man-child and denier of science Trevor Bauer was in rare form last weekend, which is saying something considering his default state tends to be that of a toddler teetering on the verge of a tantrum.
Bauer did not take kindly to being removed from Sunday’s loss to Kansas City after giving up a 2-run single, and let everyone know about it by…well, by doing this:
Terry Francona responded like any reasonable human might:
"What the f— is wrong with you?" pic.twitter.com/rb98gY6Sk5— Grant Spears (@SpearsGrantM) July 28, 2019
Fittingly enough, this turned out to be Bauer’s last appearance in a Cleveland uniform. The right-hander was dealt to Cincinnati in a three-team trade on Tuesday. Can’t imagine why.
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