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Sport Look: Mystery Woman With Raiders Owner Has Been Identified

00:10  07 december  2022
00:10  07 december  2022 Source:   msn.com

Did Nathaniel Hackett throw Russell Wilson under the bus?

  Did Nathaniel Hackett throw Russell Wilson under the bus? The Denver Broncos made life easier on the Las Vegas Raiders when they threw an incomplete pass on third down late in Sunday’s game, and head coach Nathaniel Hackett seemed to indicate that the mistake was on Russell Wilson. The Broncos were leading 16-13 when they got the ball with 3:05 remaining. They picked up one first down and forced the Raiders to use all of their timeouts. Denver then had third down coming out of the two-minute warning, and they called a pass play. Wilson threw an incompletion, which stopped the clock and forced the Broncos to punt with 1:53 left in regulation.Hackett was asked about the play after the game.

  Look: Mystery Woman With Raiders Owner Has Been Identified © Provided by The Spun

Over the weekend, a blonde woman sitting next to Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis stole social media's attention.

The football world wasn't exactly sure who she was. Well, that mystery didn't last too long, as the woman has been identified.

According to multiple reports, the woman is Hayden Hopkins, a Las Vegas-based Cirque Du Soleil performer. Outkick snapped a picture of her Instagram story to where she took a photo of the field from her seat, which also showed her wearing jeans and silver stilettos.

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According to a report from the New York Post, Hopkins said her relationship with Davis is platonic.

"Haha MD [Mark Davis] is a legend! He’s my neighbor/friend. Fun game," she said in response to a fan.

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Hopkins made her Cirque Du Soleil debut in April 2017, with Mystère at Treasure Island in Las Vegas.

Patriots' latest setback emblematic of core identity issue .
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — New England's 30-24 loss Sunday to Las Vegas was the latest — and easily most demoralizing — debacle for a team that managed to find a new bottom in a season brimming with lows. Now at 7-7, what was already a narrow path to the playoffs for the Patriots is in even more jeopardy with three games to play. The chaotic and folly-filled final sequence Sunday also underlined how much this version of the Patriots is woefully disconnected from many of the core principles that helped them hoist six Lombardi trophies and become one of the NFL’s most venerable franchises under coach Bill Belichick.

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This is interesting!