Out of Miller's shadow, Barrett aims to follow his footsteps
“He was determined to get it by any means, wouldn’t let failure be an option,” Barrett recounted. Barrett will have a starting — and maybe starring — role in Super Bowl 55 when the Buccaneers (14-5) face Mahomes and the reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs (16-2) Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. Barrett had a monster debut in Tampa, collecting an NFL-best 19½ sacks, forcing six fumbles and earning his first Pro Bowl nod in 2019. Mahomes remembers Barrett in Denver as a player who never let quarterbacks exhale whenever Miller or Chubb tapped out for a breather. He’s got great speed, he’s got great power, he’s got a ton of moves,” Remmers said.
With Apple's help, former NFL star DeMarcus Ware launches fitness app
DeMarcus Ware #94 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates after a big play against the Miami Dolphins at Cowboys Stadium on November 24, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. Subscribers will be able to work out with Ware and other NFL athletes beside them in the app as they do the exercises. In an interview with CNBC last week, Ware discussed Wednesday's app launch and how Apple developers helped him build it. Former NFL linebacker DeMarcus Ware announcing the launch of Driven To Win (D2W), a new fitness app available for download on the App Store. Former Bronco DeMarcus Ware on the sidelines before the game as the Denver Broncos played the Cleveland Browns at Broncos Stadium at Mile High.cnbc.com
SpaceX to launch Nickelodeon slime, Adidas soccer ball into space
(CNN) - Nickelodeon's green slime will soon ooze its way onto the International Space Station. The network says it's sending slime to the space station for educational purposes and to spread the fun for a new generation. Joining Nicklodeon's slime aboard SpaceX's resupply will be an Adidas soccer ball. Also flying to the space station: the first-ever bioprinter, which could use a person's cells to "print" them new organs. SpaceX, Elon Musk's rocket venture, routinely launches cargo missions to the space station on behalf of NASA.