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LOOK: Fan finds out Cowboys jerseys aren’t welcome at Eagles training camp – CBSSports.com08.02.17

If you plan on showing up at Eagles training camp this year, here's a small piece of advice: Don't wear a Cowboys jersey, or the team might ask you to leave.

One fan learned that the hard way on Tuesday when he showed up to the Eagles' practice facility wearing a Dez Bryant jersey.

The picture above comes from Ed Kracz, who covers the Eagles for Gatehouse Media.

Although our Cowboys fan friend has a huge smile on his face in the picture, I'm guessing that smile didn't last long, because the Eagles eventually gave him an ultimatum: take the jersey off or go home.

According to Kracz, the fan decided to stick around, which meant he had to take off his Dez jersey and his Cowboys hat. The fan also had a Cowboys tattoo, but fortunately for him, the Eagles didn't ask him to remove that.

If you're wondering why the Eagles are even monitoring jerseys at training camp, there's actually a reasonable explanation.

Since 2013, the Eagles have been holding training camp at their practice facility, and due to the small space, fans are only allowed to attend if they're invited. For the most part, the Eagles will generally open their practice to a limited number of season ticket holders, charitable organizations, and corporate partners.

Since everyone is there as an invited guest, the team doesn't want fans wearing a jersey of an opposing team, especially a team that everyone in Philly hates like the Cowboys. At least that was the explanation the team gave to CSN Philly.

From 1996 to 2012, the Eagles held their training camp at Lehigh University, and during that period, fans were free to wear whatever jersey they wanted. According to Kracz, fans are also free to wear any jersey they want when the Eagles practice at Lincoln Financial Field, which will happen again on Aug. 6.

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Rishard Matthews has tattoo of Barack Obama, first lady Michelle – Larry Brown Sports08.02.17

There are many, many players in the NFL who supported Barack Obama and were sad to see his second term end, but there may be only one who loved the former president enough to swear his allegiance in tattoo form.

Logan Murdock of The Tennesseean discovered at training camp that Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews has a tattoo of Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama on his lower right leg.

The portrait of the Obamas is right next to the tattoo that means the most to Matthews, which depicts two Greek gods facing each other with the inscription The World is Yours.

The first president I voted for, first black president, first black first lady, Matthews said of the Obamas. Myself being African American, theyre obviously great role models and they let the black community and minorities, in general, know that the sky is the limit if you put your mind to it.

Matthews, who has around 20 tattoos in total, said he wanted Barack and Michelle Obama on his leg to show his children the world is theirs.

My kids are minorities and we need more minority role models in the upper areas in this nation and world in general, and what greater role models than the Obamas? he said.

The tattoo on Matthews leg is certainly a lot easier to look at than some of the other leg tattoos we have shown you. It would be interesting to see what Obama himself would think about the tribute.

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RAF weighs training balance as new fleet nears use – Flightglobal – Flightglobal07.31.17

A new fleet of fixed-wing trainers being introduced to Royal Air Force use over the next two years will transform the way it prepares new pilots, with the service now reviewing its plans for the trio of types.

Military release to service for the Grob Aircraft G120TP was achieved on 11 July, and the elementary trainer will be followed into use by the Embraer Phenom 100 and Beechcraft T-6C. The Elbit Systems/KBR joint venture company Affinity Flying Training Services is responsible for acquiring, introducing and supporting an eventual combined fleet of at least 38 aircraft.

Speaking to FlightGlobal at the Royal International Air Tattoo on 14 July, Air Marshal Sean Reynolds, deputy commander capability and air member for personnel and capability, said the RAF was assessing its training needs and delivery methods for the incoming fleet. His target is to reduce the time taken to prepare a new fighter pilot from five to 3.5 years, and cut its multi-engine crew training period by 30%, from two years currently.

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This involves assessing the work to be performed using the G120TP, T-6C and BAE Systems Hawk T2 advanced jet trainer, with annual use of the Hawk T2 fleet due to climb from 7,600h to 9,200h, enabling the Military Flying Training System programme to ready between 10 and 15 additional fighter pilots annually.

Increased use of synthetic training, and dropping tactical flying requirements for pilots who will operate transports with no such operational requirement, are among possible efficiencies.

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The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo beckons for NIDA Technical Theatre and Stage Management student – National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)07.31.17

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Around 220,000 people will be in the audience for this years prestigious Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, which takes place from 426 August in Edinburgh, UK.

NIDA Bachelor of Fine Arts (Technical Theatre and Stage Management) third year student Julian Starr will be on placement as Assistant Sound Designer for the hugely popular event, demonstrating the international reach of NIDA students.

Starr is undertaking the role as part of the third and final year of his TTSM course a time when students are required to complete a minimum of ten weeks secondment outside of their training in order to build contacts and develop their own practice and craft by learning first-hand from industry professionals.

The Tattoo will be just one of three placements Starr will be undertaking during his two-and-a-half month stay in the UK. Hell also be working alongside Tony Award-winning Sound Designer Paul Arditti at Londons National Theatre on the new play Mosquitos, by Lucy Kirkwood. In addition hell be Assistant Sound Designer on Mel Brookes musical Young Frankenstein at Londons Garrick Theatre. The trip to Edinburgh will be sandwiched between the two spells in London.

I am of course very excited and thrilled to be working on the Royal Military Tattoo and am grateful to their Sound Designer Sebastian Frost for this opportunity, allowing me to assist him and his team and work on what is a truly remarkable event that is adored the world over, commented Starr.

I had quite a few placement opportunities presented to me. But I really wanted a lot of variation in my placement work, and decided that I had to choose a theatre production, major live event and musical.

Last year, Starr was awarded NIDAs Peter Baynes Memorial Scholarship, which was established in 2008 and celebrates Peter Baynes love of theatre by providing an annual grant for a NIDA Production student to pursue secondment opportunities. The scholarship will help Starr with the financial side to the trip, which will ultimately enable him to get a better hold of sound design.

When I come back after my placements in the UK, Im working as sound designer on the musical Hello Again, which will be playing at the NIDA Playhouse. Having already completed extensive training with some very knowledgeable and talented tutors at NIDA, I believe the placement will develop a greater depth of knowledge and practice to the extent where I can deliver my own sound design, not just here at NIDA but also in my professional career.

During the run-up to the placement, Starr had been receiving mentorship from NIDAs Associate Lecturer of Audio, Kingsley Reeve.

Kingsleys been a fantastic support and a great mentor over the last few years here at NIDA. Ive been having a lot of conversations with him regarding exactly what I want to do when I leave NIDA, and he led me in the right direction in terms of who to contact and what to do for my secondments.

Find out more about NIDA at our upcoming Info Night which takes place on 16 August. Register your attendance in advance as places are limited: https://www.nida.edu.au/form/forms/nida-info-night-2017-registration-of-interest.

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Swimming: Ink or swim? Tattoos on show at World Championships – The Straits Times07.31.17

BUDAPEST (AFP) - World records have tumbled and gold medals won but the colourful array of tattoos on show at the world swimming championships have proved just as eye-catching, be they designs of sharks, dolphins or even the lion adorning the arm of Adam Peaty's grandmother.

A vast array of images, script, and secretive symbols adorned the bodies of competitors, from flowing and harmonious waves to powerful and speedy creatures of the deep.

The Olympic rings - a proud stamp on the skin of the swimmers who competed at a Games - are also commonplace.

Singapore's golden boy Joseph Schooling hadthe image of the five interlocking rings tattooed on his right arm, after his exploits at last year'sgames inRio de Janeiro. He had won the 100m butterfly final to become Singapore's first Olympic gold medallist.

Some of the world's fastest have explained the thinking behind the art work on their bodies.

Britain's Peaty has been one of the stand-out performers at the Duna Arena with two world records and golds in the men's 50m and 100m breaststroke.

Peaty had a large tattoo of a lion inked onto his left shoulder after winning the Olympic 100m breaststroke title last year in Rio de Janeiro.

"The tattoo is more about training for me," said the 22-year-old in Budapest.

"When you wake up, you look in the mirror and you go to the pool. It reminds me of the hard work I put in to win in Rio, while I am swimming.

"It also keeps me grounded and passionate about what I do, it reminds me of how I got there.

"It is great to have a reminder, it's getting extended in a few days," he added without wanting to give away the future design.

Peaty's wheelchair-bound grandmother, Mavis Williams, 74, got a temporary tattoo, a copy of his lion tattoo, which delighted the British swimmer.

"That was crazy, I actually thought she had had a proper tattoo done, I thought 'oh my god, what has she done, but she loves it," said Peaty with a grin.

Bruno Fratus, who took silver in the men's 50m freestyle on Saturday behind Caeleb Dressel of the USA, explained how his winged tattoo was done on a whim.

"I trust the guy who does my tattoos so badly that I just give him my arms and say 'do whatever you feel like as long as it's not too crazy' as I still got to wear short sleeves," the 28-year-old told AFP.

'IT'S WHO I AM'

"As long as I have space and money I'll keep doing it, and time off because every time you tattoo something you need 10 days off water.

"That's a graffiti I saw in Miami in Wynwood, I just took a picture and give it to him as a reference. That one's just a wing.

"I woke up one morning and thought 'I think I would look good with a wing on my arm'."

His compatriot, Etiene Medeiros, won the women's 50m backstroke gold on Thursday and explained the differing motivations for her tattoos.

"I have an ocean mermaid on my forearm to bring its energy into my life, beneath it a lotus flower, which is rising from the ashes like a phoenix," said the 26-year-old Brazilian.

"Beneath that, an 'ohana' tattoo to remind me how blessed I am to have my family and friends.

"On my ankles, I have the name of my father and mother, I also have other ones which are hidden." South African-born Dutch swimmer Kyle Stolk boasts a springbok and an Irish shamrock displayed on a resplendent Dutch flag.

"I wanted to incorporate the three places that have made me where I am today," said the swimmer, who learnt his trade in Dublin, before moving to the Netherlands who he represented at the Rio Olympics.

"It might be a too flamboyant for some people but it means a lot to me, it's who I am," he said.

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Photo: Fan goes extra mile with Connor McDavid tattoo – NBCSports.com07.31.17

With two early-August salary arbitration hearings looming, it seemed like the Minnesota Wild were aiming to re-sign one known quantity (Nino Niederreiter) and one forward with a bit more mystery (Mikael Granlund).

After all, with three consecutive 20+ goal seasons in mind, the Wild already knew they were getting someone very productive in Niederreiter, who avoided arbitration via a five-year, $26.25 million deal this past weekend.

Then again, Niederreiter is just 24, and he managed such impressive numbers despiteaveraging just 15 minutes and four seconds of ice time per game in 2016-17. With that in mind, the Swiss scorer is quite reasonable in claiming that he probably hasnt peaked just yet, as the Minneapolis Star-Tribunes Michael Russo reports.

I definitely havent had my best season yet, Niederreiter said. Even last year, I dont think everything went perfectly smooth. Theres always been stretches during the season where I dont find the score sheet, and thats definitely something which I want to improve. My big goal is to get 30 in this league.

With the likes of Jason Pominville leaving town and Zach Parise aging rapidly, it really only makes sense for Bruce Boudreau to lean more on younger scorers such as El Nino.

Even at his current production level, $5.25M per season isnt such a bad deal for Niederreiter, yet just about every indication is that hes ready to seize a serious opportunity.

Boudreau seems to realize this need to elevate Niederreiter, Granlund, and even Marcus Foligno, referring to them as the glue thats going to hold us together. Every indication is that he should stick to a plan of giving more chances to Niederreiter, whose next aim is to generate 30 goals in a single season.

MORE:Wild still have work to do after re-signing Niederreiter.

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Tattooing Found Ozzy Ostby, But The South Bay Artist Made It His Own – OC Weekly07.31.17

Monday, July 31, 2017 at 6:36 a.m.

All because some girl asked him to tattoo her in college...

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While some tattoo artists know what they want to do from the time theyre children, it takes a little while for others to discover their passion for the art form. For local tattooer Ozzy Ostby, his artistic passions began long before he ever considered tattooing.

Well, all my life Ive been into art for sure, Ostby says. Art is something Ive pursued throughout my whole life. Ive been into everything from architecture to graphic design and things like that, but it wasnt until I actually found tattooing that I realized it was what I wanted to do. A lot of people say You didnt find tattooing, tattooing found you, and I believe in my case, thats definitely the story.

The story of Ostbys tattoo career begins just about 10 years ago while he was in college for graphic design. While many tattooers may use the tattooing found me motto to describe how they first stumbled upon the medium and career, its quite a bit more literal for the House of Ink artist. Although he may have ended up pursuing it on his own, Ostby was actually convinced to try tattooing by a relative stranger.

Some girl came up to me and told me she loved my drawings or art or whatever, and she asked me if she bought me a tattoo machine if I would tattoo her, Ostby says. Me being dumb, I said yes, and she bought me the tattoo machine. The day I got the tattoo machine, she had just kind of left and I never saw her again. I was just kind of left with a tattoo machine with nobody to tattoo, so I took it upon myself to learn it for real.

Over the last decade, Ostbys knack for American traditional tattoos has become known across Southern California. Although the tattooer hasnt started traveling on a national or international level just yet, the growing reputation of the self-described pretty nice guy is spreading quickly enough to drum up some excitement for when he is ready to take his artwork on the road. But while his artistic skills were already nothing to scoff at even before he began tattooing, Ostbys customer service mentality is really what hes picked up over his years in the industry even if he doesnt always get to do the exact work he loves.

Ive learned a lot about people through tattooing, Ostby says. I work in a very people-heavy place, so Im dealing with people on a daily basis. There are a lot of different people who I didnt expect would get tattoos, and there are a lot of things in the industry when I first started. When I used to come to work, I used to come to work to people wanting tattoos all day. I was always busy. Nowadays, its a little bit slower and harder to get the tattoos that you want to do because of Pinterest and Instagram. All these people want to be original, but they come in with unoriginal art. There are so many trendy tattoos that are going around right now.

Aside from continuing to hone his craft and get some traveling done, the South Bay native doesnt have too many other plans going forward. Instead, he prefers to keep things going one day at a time and watch his career grow naturally both in the shop and on social media. After all, theres no shortage of new tips and tricks for him to learn even after tattooing for a solid decade.

I dont really plan anything, so some of the shops Ive worked at before, it was like OK, lets do it! and then Id pick up and leave, Ostby says. Im always excited to move forward and learn a lot more. I learn something new every single day, and Im already 10 years in. Theres a lot to learn with tattooing, and I think you learn everyday whether youve been tattooing for one year or 30 years.

House of Ink, 8 Brooks Ave., Venice, 310-399-0555, @ozzyink

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Ink or swim? Tattoos on show at world swimming championships – Channel NewsAsia07.30.17

BUDAPEST: World records have tumbled and gold medals won but the colourful array of tattoos on show at the world swimming championships have proved just as eye-catching, be they designs of sharks, dolphins or even the lion adorning the arm of Adam Peaty's grandmother.

A vast array of images, script, and secretive symbols adorned the bodies of competitors, from flowing and harmonious waves to powerful and speedy creatures of the deep.

The Olympic rings - a proud stamp on the skin of the swimmers who competed at a Games - are also common place, but some of the world's fastest have explained the thinking behind the art work on their bodies.

Britain's Peaty has been one of the stand-out performers at the Duna Arena with two world records and golds in the men's 50m and 100m breaststroke. Peaty had a large tattoo of a lion inked onto his left shoulder after winning the Olympic 100m breaststroke title last year in Rio de Janeiro.

"The tattoo is more about training for me," said the 22-year-old in Budapest. "When you wake up, you look in the mirror and you go to the pool. It reminds me of the hard work I put in to win in Rio, while I am swimming.

"It also keeps me grounded and passionate about what I do, it reminds me of how I got there.

"It is great to have a reminder, it's getting extended in a few days," he added without wanting to give away the future design.

Peaty's wheelchair-bound grandmother, Mavis Williams, 74, got a temporary tattoo, a copy of his lion tattoo, which delighted the British swimmer.

"That was crazy, I actually thought she had had a proper tattoo done, I thought 'oh my god, what has she done, but she loves it," said Peaty with a grin.

Bruno Fratus, who took silver in the men's 50m freestyle on Saturday behind Caeleb Dressel of the USA, explained how his winged tattoo was done on a whim.

"I trust the guy who does my tattoos so badly that I just give him my arms and say 'do whatever you feel like as long as it's not too crazy' as I still got to wear short sleeves," the 28-year-old told AFP.

"IT'S WHO I AM"

"As long as I have space and money I'll keep doing it, and time off because every time you tattoo something you need 10 days off water," he said. "That's a graffiti I saw in Miami in Wynwood, I just took a picture and give it to him as a reference. That one's just a wing.

"I woke up one morning and thought 'I think I would look good with a wing on my arm'."

His compatriot, Etiene Medeiros won the women's 50m backstroke gold on Thursday and explained the differing motivations for her tattoos.

"I have an ocean mermaid on my forearm to bring its energy into my life, beneath it a lotus flower, which is rising from the ashes like a phoenix," said the 26-year-old Brazilian. "Beneath that, an 'ohana' tattoo to remind me how blessed I am to have my family and friends.

"On my ankles, I have the name of my father and mother, I also have other ones which are hidden."

South African-born Dutch swimmer Kyle Stolk boasts a springbok and an Irish shamrock displayed on a resplendent Dutch flag.

"I wanted to incorporate the three places that have made me where I am today," said the swimmer, who learned his trade in Dublin, before moving to the Netherlands who he represented at the Rio Olympics.

"It might be a too flamboyant for some people but it means a lot to me, it's who I am," he said.

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Once a political ploy, Reno has nothing on Napa for Raiders training … – Las Vegas Review-Journal07.30.17

NAPA, Calif. Rynell Williams thinks it all a tease, the majestic surroundings of the valleys wine region, a screen pass to the Mondavi tasting room or a guided tour of the 13th century inspired Tuscan castle while sipping a Cabernet Sauvignon at Castello di Amorosa.

But hes a Raiders fan for life from East Oakland, so he grins and bears all the hardships of attending training camp in the heart of such exquisiteness.

Its hard, he said. Id also like to be at Korbel having champagne.

The brutality of it all.

Williams and another thousand or so season-ticket holders ascended on fields adjacent to the Napa Marriott on Saturday to welcome back their beloved silver and black team, which many have set a bar of expectations for this coming season closer to a Super Bowl berth than it has known in decades.

The fans werent all wearing Marshawn Lynch jerseys.

It just seemed that way.

Its the 22nd straight year Napa has hosted the Raiders, a streak some have surmised could be broken once the team relocates to Las Vegas in 2020.

Which wouldnt make sense on, well, any reasonable level.

Whispers became headlines in August of last year when, as part of a meeting with Northern Nevada lawmakers, Raiders officials toured several possible training camp locations in Reno, including UNR and some high schools and sports complexes.

Not much has been said of it since.

It was likely more political ploy than anything if youre pushing a stadium plan that would include $750 million in public funding, suggesting to some members of the legislature who would be casting votes that their part of the state would annually host training camp and any monetary benefits with it would seem an obvious negotiating tactic.

It certainly didnt play a major role in how funding was ultimately approved via a special session for the stadium in Las Vegas, but likely made those up north feel a whole lot more involved in the process.

Besides, why on earth would the Raiders move camp?

Its pretty difficult to match near-flawlessness.

Bitter proposition

Im not sure what sort of training camp pranks and foolishness are annually perpetrated by players in and around a hotel and spa that includes a luxurious resort-style swimming pool and all the expected amenities of comfort. But in terms of weather and convenience and hotel beds over those of dorm rooms, you get the feeling those intimately involved with the process are big fans of Napa.

This is a tremendous place to hold training camp, head coach Jack Del Rio said. Meeting space is good, the fields, we dont have guys on scooters and carts trying to go all over the place. Theyre right here. Its self-contained. Everything we want out of a training camp is afforded us here. Were very blessed to be in a great setting like this.

Raiders president Marc Badain could not be reached for comment regarding the possibility of moving training camp.

But bitterness and anger about eventually losing their team yet again still exists within a majority of fans, and the only thing worse to some Saturday than mentioning a possible move to Reno was the poor, misguided soul who walked through the crowd wearing a Seahawks shirt.

Tom Brady might not have been booed more than she was.

We definitely wouldnt be going to Reno for training camp, said Sacramento resident Kim Levingston, a 14-year season-ticket holder of four seats who has a tattoo of linebacker Khalil Macks autograph on her arm. That would just be another slap in the face to us fans. Anything past the California border, Im done. Wont be going to games in Las Vegas, either.

The Raiders started in 1960, I was born in 61 and became a fan in 67. Thats a long time to support a team that is being ripped away from us again. Ill still come to camp if its here, but not if it moves.

One side of stands was full with those jersey-wearing fanatics cheering every Lynch touch and Derek Carr throw and Amari Cooper catch, a day that also saw more than 100 alumni players attend practice.

Fred Biletnikoff was there. So were fellow Hall of Famers Willie Brown (a team official) and Ted Hendricks and Jim Otto. So were names like Tom Flores and Tom Louderback and Jim Plunkett.

So was a guy named Rynell Williams who, while not a former player, said he would follow the team to Reno should it relocate camp.

Maybe.

Reno would be like here, teasing with Tahoe and the mountains and the Truckee River, where I could go rafting, he said. (Training camp) should be somewhere far away from wineries and amusement parks. Raiders, dont go to Reno, because then I have to go to the casino and Ill lose all my money. Dont do me dirty. Go somewhere remote.

It seems Rynell is pushing for camp in Laramie, Wyoming.

As for everyone else, a majority opinion seems to rule: Napa is the only place.

If its not perfect, its in the vicinity.

Contact columnist Ed Graney at egraney@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-4618. He can be heard on The Press Box, ESPN Radio 100.9 FM and 1100 AM from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Follow @edgraney on Twitter.

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Which Bristol City player has the best tattoo? – Bristol Post07.30.17

As many of you know Bristol City has just been away for the squads hot weather training camp in Tenerife.

As a result plenty of the players were training less covered up than normal to help them cope with the heat.

The fact players were donning less clothes no doubt gave some fans a treat.

However, it got us thinking about the players tattoos.

It is well known that plenty of players within the Robins squad have a quite a few tattoos between them.

Aden Flint and Marlon Pack are probably the best well known for their ink work, both having large parts of themselves covered.

As well as Flint and Pack others have the odd sleeve, all with their own unique designs.

So we wanted to find out which player you think has got the best.

You can choose your favourite by using this interactive ranker below (It may take a moment to load to please hang on!) If you think we have missed a player with a great tattoo then let us know in the comments below.

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