Officials within the Philadelphia Eagles’ organization have made it clear they expect Nick Foles to be the team’s signal caller on day one. It’s been reported that 2nd year standout Carson Wentz will only be ready by Week 3 at the earliest. Foles’ recovery thus gives Wentz more time to recover ahead his reintegration on the field.
The Eagles have not posted an ficial decree on the matter, since Coach Pederson prefers to make those announcements “90 minutes before kickf.” Those with a bird’s eye view see things playing out cautiously for Wentz even though reports indicate his mobility is right on track, and his throwing velocity is actually greater than it was to begin the year last season.
In practice late, Wentz has been splitting reps with Foles 50/50. Nick Foles suffered his own knock during preseason play, which resulted in him experiencing upper-body soreness for a couple weeks. Wentz injury as you may recall, was a little more time-sensitive. ACL injuries typically take 9-12 months to heal with proper treatment. “It should be a cautious approach,” said Dr. James Bradley, operated on Wentz’s knee. “What’s a few (missed) games over 12 to 15 years?”
That may be so Dr. Bradley, but Philly fans have just gotten into the habit winning, and the NFC sure looks stacked.
The phrase “Gucci Gang” wasn’t necessarily something that anyone thought would’ve entered the public consciousness by the end 2017, but here we are. Thanks to Lil Pump, the man who is responsible for that eponymous viral hit, has (for better or for worse) galvanized the next generation hip-hop listeners with his standout track. Despite what you may think about the emcee, his song is actually doing more good than some may realize, specifically for those in need.
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However, it’s not totally Pump’s doing. YouTuber Graham the Christian took on quite the challenge as part his mission to raise money for charity: to say the phrase “Gucci Gang” 1 million times. I repeat: 1. Million. Times.
Though that kind task would more than likely crush mere mortals, Graham was able to persevere and complete the verbal trek to a milli in just over two weeks. An added and underrated part all this as well: he had to click his mouse 1 million times to ensure that his counter was accurate. His voice and finger must have been sore by the end it. View a clip his last 1,000 utterances the phrase below.
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Graham used the stunt to raise money for something called Red Nose Day, which helps children in poverty. Even though he completed the challenge, you can still donate to this very worthy cause here. There’s no word on if Pump himself is aware the initiative or if he’s made a donation, but I feel like Graham will have a whole batch new fans from the rapper’s support base to call his own after this.