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Aaron Rodgers seemed to address Danica Patrick breakup
Aaron Rodgers seemed to address his breakup with Danica Patrick in a recent interview. © Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports Aaron Rodgers seemed to address his breakup with Danica Rodgers was a guest on “The Pat McAfee Show” and was asked why he seems to be so much happier and enjoying life. The Green Bay Packers quarterback did not specifically mention Patrick, but talked about why he is enjoying life so much more. He specifically mentioned that his mentality “starts with love.” Why is @AaronRodgers12 having so much fun? Let's hear it #PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.
JP Morgan Chase is clearly eager to compete within contactless, app-based store payments. It just a Chase-branded Business Complete Banking account with a feature that promises simpler (and crucially, faster) payments for small shops. There’s a reader that supports tap-to-pay, chip and swipe payments along with a mobile app to replace old-fashioned machines. The pricing for the service is just as important, for that matter.
As with Square, payments are flat and transparent — a store pays either 2.6 percent plus 10 cents for every card or tap-based transaction, or 3.5 percent plus 10 cents for manual transactions (such as online sales) through the app. There are no monthly fees for the account if a shop meets one or more minimums for balance or spending, and deposits take place the same day.
Emotions in Motion, Part 2: The education of Aaron Rodgers
In Part 1 of the "Emotions in Motion" series, Touchdown Wire's Doug Farrar took an opening look at how some teams are using pre-snap motion for their own advantages, and for the defensive displacement of their opponents . In Part 2, let’s zero in on one team’s conversion to the gospel of pre-snap motion, and how it’s made Aaron Rodgers as effective as he’s ever been in his Hall of Fame career. © Provided by Touchdown Wire The 2009 Saints and the 2013 Broncos were the last two teams before the 2020 season to score at least 40 points in each of their first two games.
This won’t necessarily make sense for every business, but JP Morgan Chase is betting that the straightforward model and technology will help outlets that just want to get started quickly and (hopefully) turn a profit. It could be particularly vital during the pandemic, when paying with cash is risky and stores may need to handle ato stay afloat.
Whether or not it finds an audience isn’t certain. The Chase payment system has the clout of a giant bank in its favor, but Square has been around for years. The new offering may be a tough sell for businesses where Square is virtually synonymous with payment tech. If nothing else, companies will have choices when they modernize.
Aaron Rodgers shares theory on controversial pass-interference no-call .
Fox rules analyst Dean Blandino agreed with Rodgers, as he said during the broadcast that the flag should not have been picked up. Obviously, the flag being picked up was huge. Had the Packers scored on that possession, they would have been trailing by one score with plenty of time remaining. Instead, they got the ball back later in the quarter and scored a touchdown but didn’t have enough time to complete the comeback.The Packers have been a bit inconsistent over the past month, and a quote Rodgers gave after a recent loss was somewhat surprising.