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Report: New York Jets open to dealing Teddy Bridgewater

Report: New York Jets open to dealing Teddy Bridgewater

Sports
Teddy Bridgewater signed with the New York Jets in March looking to resurrect his NFL career. However, there is no guarantee that Bridgewater will be with New York when the regular season starts. Sources told the New York Daily News that the Jets are open to trading away Bridgewater, who has played in one game over the past two seasons since suffering a devastating knee injury with the Minnesota Vikings. New York has three quarterbacks on the roster. Veteran Josh McCown, who was having one of the best seasons of his career in 2017 before suffering a broken hand, is currently atop the depth chart. Bridgewater, who signed a one-year contract with New York, is listed as the backup, but the Jets also have rookie Sam Darnold, the No. 3 overall pick in this year's NFL Draft. At age 25, Br...
'I'm dealing with life-threatening situations – but I'm not a clinician, I'm a mum'

'I'm dealing with life-threatening situations – but I'm not a clinician, I'm a mum'

Health
"She can have up to up to 40 seizures a day - potentially each one could be dangerous." Hayley Smallman's 15-year-old daughter Holly has a series of complex, life-limiting health conditions. Her cerebral palsy, chronic lung disease and epilepsy mean she needs 24-hour care at their home in Liverpool. It is estimated there are 40,000 children like Holly living with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions in England alone. Many of them need palliative care round-the-clock, which is largely provided at home by their families but with the support of community children's nurses and community paediatricians. 'Alone and scared'Hayley says: "I have a community matron and a community physio. They work Monday to Friday, 9am till 5pm. They are great."But when it comes to out-of-hours and weekend...
Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna dealing with anxiety

Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna dealing with anxiety

Sports
Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna said Saturday he is dealing with an anxiety issue, feeling "a little bit lost right now." Osuna told reporters he is unsure when he will be available to pitch again as he tries to work through his issues. He did not pitch in a save situation for the Blue Jays on Friday night against the Kansas City Royals. "I really don't know how to explain it. I just feel anxious. I feel like I'm lost a little bit right now," the hard-throwing right-hander, who is from Mexico, said through a translator. "I'm just a little bit lost right now. "This has nothing to do with me being on the field. I feel great out there. It's just when I'm out of baseball, when I'm not on the field, that I feel just weird and a little bit lost." The 22-year-old Osuna has 19 saves and a 2...