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Joy Taylor: The league won’t figure out Lamar Jackson as long as he’s fast; he’s not one-dimensional I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Lamar Jackson recently dropped from No. 1 last year to No. 24 in the NFL’s Top 100 Players List. Now, a report says this might be the year the league figures out the former MVP. The Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback was asked about it and responded quote: ‘I’m going to keep playing football..I doubt it. I strongly doubt it. We’re going to play ball.’ Joy Taylor explains why the league has not figured out Jackson and that it’s time to ‘stop marginalizing him as a running quarterback.’

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Joy Taylor: Kyle Shanahan is in a good position, but the 49ers’ QB situation still leaves questions I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

We’re inching closer to NFL regular season action, but Kyle Shanahan has not named the San Francisco 49ers’ Week 1 starting quarterback. He said that Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance both give the Niners a chance to win but added that quote: ‘There’s not much advantage in us making an announcement.’ Joy Taylor explains why the Niners’ quarterback situation is still a concern despite being in a solid position.

AN HOUR AGO・Speak For Yourself・2:43

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Joy Taylor: Trevor Lawrence is the clear starter; he’s why Urban Meyer came to Jacksonville I FIRST THINGS FIRST

There’s still a quarterback competition on the Jacksonville Jaguars between No. 1 pick Trevor Lawrence and Gardner Minshew. Urban Meyer talks about the competition, confirming that quote: ‘It’s very much an open competition.’ Meanwhile, Lawrence said quote: ‘I’m going to do everything I can to be the best guy for the job and win games, but at the end of the day, that’s not in my hands. I trust the coaches; we’re all on the same thing and we’re just trying to win.’ Joy Taylor reacts to Meyer’s decision and explains why Lawrence will ultimately be the starter.

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Joy Taylor: It's not Super Bowl or bust for Patrick Mahomes; Tom Brady created these expectations I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Patrick Mahomes talked about still having a sour taste in his mouth after the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Chiefs not scoring a touchdown in the game will quote ‘haunt me for the rest of my career.’ Joy Taylor explains why Tom Brady’s success is at fault for creating unrealistic expectations for Mahomes and other teams’ success after making Super Bowl trips.

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Joy Taylor: ‘Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay set Packers up for their ‘Last Dance” I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Yesterday, Aaron Rodgers during a press conference says he mulled retirement during the offseason, and says he wants more say in Green Bay Packers’ front office decisions. With Green Bay’s personnel moves, it looks like their compromise has created wins on both sides. Joy Taylor joins First Things First to share her thoughts on Rodgers’ press conference, and what it means for the future of Green Bay.

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Joy Taylor supports Simone Biles’ decision to withdraw I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

U.S. Gymnastics star Simone Biles has withdrawn from tomorrow’s individual all-around competition. This follows her removing herself from the team final after one rotation on the vault. Biles said after quote ‘I have to focus on my mental health.’ Joy Taylor gives Biles support for her decision and explains why it’s essential to ‘separate mental health from health.’

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Joy Taylor tells Brandon Marshall what Aaron Rodgers & Davante Adams’ cryptic IG post means for Green Bay I FIRST THINGS FIRST


Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams cryptically posted the same picture from Michael Jordan documentary “The Last Dance” to their Instagram stories, seemingly hinting this could be their last season with the Green Bay Packers. Joy Taylor joins Brandon Marshall and Kevin Wildes to discuss what message the two star players are trying to convey, and what this means for the future of the Packers.

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