Hierofanía Es un trabajo de fotografía abierto. Una manera de entender la imagen como símbolo de lo sagrado. En este primer libro he recogido dieciocho imágenes, sensaciones, poemas visuales que no tienen principio y fin, sino vocación de continuidad!

Jags claim Jaelen Strong off waivers from Texans

Wide receiver Jaelen Strong was claimed off waivers Tuesday by the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team announced.

Strong was placed on waivers by the Houston Texans on Monday.

The Jaguars’ depth chart at wide receiver took a hit in Week 1 when No 1. wide receiver Allen Robinson was lost for the season with a torn ACL.

Marqise Lee and Allen Hurns are experienced players who have combined for 281 catches since 2014, but since Robinson’s injury, the Jaguars were forced to rely on undrafted rookie Keelan Cole in three-receiver sets.

Davis was injured tackling Giants running back Paul Perkins midway through the fourth quarter. When Davis helped make the play, he immediately rolled over and put both hands on his helmet. Trainers came onto the field, and he was on the ground being looked at for a minute or two before walking off slowly.

The rookie had six tackles and his first career sack Monday night. He was seen in the locker room after the win moving around somewhat slowly. He was replaced in the middle of Detroit’s defense by Tahir Whitehead, who held the role last year.

Davis has worked almost every snap at middle linebacker with the No. 1 defense since becoming the Lions’ first-round pick in April, including the season-opener against Arizona and the first three-plus quarters against the Giants.

The score should be high when the winless Patriots and winless Saints, with their exceptional passing games, meet in a dome. The Patriots had plenty of trouble handling Chiefs Alex Smith and Tyreek Hill, as well as running back Kareem Hunt, and since the Saints have several running backs apparently sharing the role, making none of them a great play, go with the top receiver. Thomas finished with single digits in PPR scoring Monday at Minnesota, and it might be the only time this season that occurs. — Eric Karabell
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Until there’s a ruling, Elliott will continue to take the field.

Jack Del Rio’s team was successful because it stayed in attack mode all throughout 2016. With Lynch, it just dials up the overall aggressiveness and attitude in a big AFC game like Sunday’s.

Don’t be fooled by the lack of a beastly box score. Lynch is already looking like everything the Raiders hoped he would be. Silver and Black, meet Black and Blue. It’s clear the newer, older Lynch is different from the young one, but that doesn’t mean he was any less effective for his current team.

“It’s just ignorant for someone to do that,” Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association President Steve Loomis told cleveland.com. “It just defies logic to me. The fact that management was aware of what they planned on doing, that’s as offensive as it can get.”

Emphasis on “toughest.” Denver and Los Angeles were very much the same teams. Trevor Siemian and Philip Rivers quarterbacked to a draw, each having stretches of success against difficult pass defenses with nasty fronts and stingy secondaries. There was a lot of spreading the ball around on short to intermediate routes and a few gritty chunk runs.

Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa made sure Von Miller wasn’t the most talked-about pass rusher in the game. The Broncos’ “No Fly Zone” held its position as the better combination of cornerbacks.

RC: Marvin Lewis is firmly on the hot seat after the Bengals went 6-9-1 last season. Despite taking the Bengals to the playoffs seven times and winning four AFC North titles in his 14 years as the team’s coach, Lewis has not won a single playoff game. The Bengals don’t appear to be in a position to contend with the Ravens and Steelers atop the division this year and, with the Browns making huge strides to improve their team in the offseason, the Bengals might be headed for a last-place finish. If things appear to be taking a turn for the worse, Lewis could be out by December.
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NFL Week 1: Irma could crash Bucs-Dolphins opener

The Dolphins are closely monitoring Hurricane Irma, as some forecast models show the storm could hit South Florida as the team hosts the Buccaneers at 1 p.m. ET Sunday, the Miami Herald reported.

It’s too early to tell precisely what route Irma will take, but Dolphins officials “have been closely watching the storm’s track since last week, and are considering a range of options if forecasters’ worst fears are realized,” according to the Herald.

The National Hurricane Center’s most recent advisory regarding Irma reads, in part: “There is an increasing chance of seeing some impacts from Irma in the Florida Peninsula and Florida Keys later this week and this weekend.”

Beckham, who injured his ankle in the Giants’ second preseason game against the Browns, has not practiced since and was held out of Monday’s session. Giants coach Ben McAdoo said Beckham “did some work” that included riding a stationary bike on the sideline, but the fourth-year receiver will be evaluated again Tuesday.

“He’s doing everything that they ask him to do in the training room,” McAdoo told reporters after Monday’s practice. “If he’s cleared to play medically, then we’ll play him.”

Beckham, who caught 101 passes for 1,367 yards and 10 touchdowns last season, did warm up before New York’s final preseason game last Thursday against the Patriots but did not play.

Beckham’s injury occurred when Browns cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun hit him just above the right knee as Beckham leaped in an attempt to catch a high pass from quarterback Eli Manning.

Bortles has thrown a lot of picks, and it’s fair to call his decision-making on the field into question.

Bortles is trying to win the starting job again in Jacksonville, but the most important ability is availability. It’s smart to not risk injury in a game that truly doesn’t matter.

We all love big-guy touchdowns. There’s something delightful about seeing a large man— a guy who doesn’t look like a wide receiver or a tight end or a cornerback — making a play on the ball and running that thing in for a touchdown.

But he demonstrated wisdom after he threw a pick against the Panthers and decided to just chill instead of trying to tackle Zack Sanchez:

1. Christian McCaffrey, RB | Carolina Panthers: He can run between the tackles. He can pick up the blitz. He can run pass routes and catch the ball in traffic. I heard he even cleans up the cafeteria after the players eat lunch and helps old ladies cross the street. McCaffrey does it all, and the expansive role the Panthers have planned for him in 2017 makes him the leading candidate for this award.

2. Leonard Fournette, RB | Jacksonville Jaguars: There’s an old coach saying that the rare running backs are the ones who “bring their own blocking.” Given the state of the Jaguars’ offensive line, Fournette might find himself having to be such a back as a rookie. The Jags would love to lean on him, and if they can block well enough up front, his workhorse role should make him a contender here. But that’s a big “if.”download (1)

There’s plenty of uni-related news as we move toward the kickoff of the 2017 NFL season.

Most notably, a new Nike collar that eliminates the Flywire design has been adopted by 19 of the 22 teams that were still using the old one — we’ll call them the Flyswatter Brigade! Here’s our rundown of what you can expect to see in the AFC North on the gridiron this fall.

The Bengals are marking their 50th season with a new jersey patch. Interestingly, it’s one of the newfangled synthetic patches, not a traditional embroidered design. These modern patches have been worn in the Super Bowl, but this appears to be the first time that an NFL team has worn one for a standard season-long patch.

The Bengals have also broken out the Flyswatter — and not a moment too soon. In addition to scrapping the Flywire, they’ve rid themselves of the neck roll format on their black jersey, with the orange trim now extending all the way around the collar — a big upgrade.

Incidentally, the Bengals usually post their jersey schedule on their website, but they haven’t yet updated the information for 2017. Keep an eye on this page; they’ll likely add this season’s info soon.

The Steelers will add a memorial patch for former owner Dan Rooney, who passed away over the summer. They did not wear the patch during the preseason, but it will be added for the season opener against the Browns on Sept. 10 (additional info here).

Finally, if you were wondering what happened to uni numbers on the front of the Steelers’ helmets, don’t worry. They never bother with the front numbers during the preseason, but you can be sure the numerals will reappear for the season opener Sept. 10 in Cleveland.

Why Having Advertisements On The New NBA Jerseys Is OK

Dylan Wagner helped the FBI track down Tom Brady’s missing jerseys after spotting the item in the collection of Martin Maurico Ortega.

Wagner is a sports memorabilia collector who found himself in contact with Martin Maurico Ortega in December after selling him a jersey. The two later exchanged photos of their collections when Wagner noticed Ortega had a Brady jersey from Super Bowl XLIX, according to Boston’s WBZ-TV.

The league expects that the new 2?-by-2? inch jersey advertisements could generate at least $100 million annually. Major League Soccer teams have featured advertisements on their jerseys since 2007, and while MLS doesn’t rival the NBA’s size and viewership, they still manage to generate upwards of $6 million per year in revenue, according to Business Insider.

Other jersey sponsorships in the NBA include Harley-Davidson with the Milwaukee Bucks, Goodyear with the Cleveland Cavaliers, General Electric with the Boston Celtics, Disney with the Orlando Magic, StubHub with the Philadelphia 76ers and Fitbit with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The NBA is allowing teams to sell one advertising patch on their uniforms, measuring no larger than 2 ? inches by 2 ? inches. In addition, the Nike swoosh will appear on the right shoulder of jerseys as part of that company’s new deal to become the NBA’s official uniform supplier.

NBA owners voted in April 2016 to allow teams to sell jersey advertising patches starting in 2017-18. The Hawks are the 13th NBA team to reach an agreement to do so, with companies reportedly paying $2.5 million to $10 million per year.

Hawks chief revenue officer Andrew Saltzman agreed with that characterization and said the deal is the team’s second largest annual sponsorship, behind only the Philips Arena naming-rights deal.
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New Seattle Company Wants to Rent You Seahawks Jerseys

The Mighty Ducks night is just one of many themed events for the Wings this upcoming season. Kalamazoo also has Irish themed jerseys for its green ice game and Captain America themed ones for Marvel night.

More are likely to be coming soon, considering their massive list of themed nights for the rest of the season. Really looking forward to the blocky Minecraft jerseys and ugly Christmas sweaters to come, guys.

On Thursday afternoon, Watt announced the drive has raised more than $12 million in donations. He passed the $13 million mark on Thursday night before hitting $15 million on Friday and passing $17 million on Saturday.

ESPN says the company launched on Wednesday, but only features three teams. According to their website, they have jerseys for the Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions.

Fans can get a variety of players’ jerseys, which include Barry Sanders, Calvin Johnson, Eric Ebron, Ziggy Ansah, Golden Tate, Matthew Stafford, Jarrad Davis, Marvin Jones and Theo Riddick.

The Lions jerseys also come in the Honolulu Blue home jersey, white away and silver color rush. Plus, some players have the throwback Honolulu blue retired jersey like Sanders.