New Delhi: US President Donald Trump’s claim on Kashmir mediation led to angry reactions from the opposition in Parliament on Tuesday, as the government asserted that all outstanding issues between India and Pakistan can be discussed only bilaterally.While Rajya Sabha witnessed repeated adjournments over the issue, the opposition walked out of Lok Sabha proceedings demanding a statement from the prime minister himself. Soon after the House met for the day at 11 am, opposition parties raked up the issue of Trump’s remarks made in the presence of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsThe US President had on Monday claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked him to play the role of a mediator on Kashmir. Deputy leader of Congress in Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma said Trump had stated that Prime Minister of India had at the recent G20 meeting in Osaka in Japan sought his mediation. CPI’s D Raja wanted to know if there was any change in India’s position on third-party mediation on Kashmir issue. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said Prime Minister Modi never made any such request to the US leader and reiterated that Kashmir is a bilateral issue. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from ThursdayHe said all outstanding issues between India and Pakistan can be discussed only bilaterally, thereby ruling out any third-party mediation. “I would like to categorically state that no such request has been made by the prime minister to the US President,” he said. The minister said it has been the consistent position of India that all outstanding issues with Pakistan can be discussed only bilaterally. “Any engagement with Pakistan will require an end to cross border terrorism,” he said, adding Shimla and Lahore accords signed between India and Pakistan provide the basis for resolution of all issues bilaterally. Opposition parties were, however, not satisfied by the statement of the External Affairs Minister and wanted the prime minister to come to the House and clarify. This led to heated exchanges between opposition benches and Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu, who adjourned proceedings for nearly an hour. In Lok Sabha, the Opposition walked out demanding the prime minister’s statement on Trump’s remarks. As soon as the Lower House met for the day, members from the Congress and some other opposition parties were on their feet shouting slogans over the issue. Later, when the Zero Hour began, Manish Tewari (Cong) said since the statement of Trump is serious, the prime minister himself should clarify. Saugata Roy (TMC) said it was in contravention to the position held by India. He also rejected any clarification by Jaishankar on the issue. When Jaishakar rose to make a statement, it was drowned in protest by the entire opposition. Home Minister Amit Shah requested the Speaker to allow Jaishankar to repeat the statement as it was essential that people hear him. Amid the ruckus in the House, Speaker Om Birla said it was a serious issue and there should not be any politics over the matter.
The DMK-backed Tamil Eelam Supporters Organisation (TESO) Monday decided to approach the supreme court to cancel the 1974 agreement between India and Sri Lanka and also declare the islet Katchatheevu as part of India, IANS reported today.Interestingly, TESO seems to be veering towards AIADMK general secretary and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa’s route. Regarding Katchatheevu, no such amendment was made and hence the transfer of the islet to Sri Lanka is void, TESO said.The meeting also urged the centre to provide protection to the Indian fishermen against the attacks from the Lankan Navy. According to TESO, the transfer of any part of Indian territory to another country has to be done by passing a constitutional amendment. In a meeting held in Chennai, members of TESO passed a resolution to approach the Supreme Court to declare the agreement between India and Sri Lanka, transferring Katchatheevu to the latter and declaring the islet in Palk Strait as part of India. In 2008, Jayalalithaa had filed a case in the Supreme Court challenging the transfer of Katchatheevu to Sri Lanka on the grounds that the transfer was not ratified by parliament by passing a constitutional amendment as per the court’s earlier ruling.Later the state government’s revenue department has also impleaded in the case as a party. An application to hear the case early has been filed with the Supreme Court.Katchatheevu is in the narrow sea dividing the two countries. The sea is rich in marine life, fishing for which has often led to clashes between Indian and Sri Lankan fishermen.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Michael Oliveira, The Canadian Press Posted Sep 4, 2014 11:12 am MDT Facebook being more proactive in pushing users to check privacy settings TORONTO – Facebook is being more proactive in ensuring its users fully understand their privacy settings and who can see their posts.On Thursday, the social media giant began pushing out a pop-up message asking that users spend “a minute or two” reviewing their privacy settings to confirm everything is setup right.Facebook, which has more than 19 million users in Canada, will first target users who log in with a desktop or laptop computer.Facebook intends to have the same pop-ups appear on mobile devices in the future.“We’re trying to listen closely to user feedback and help people make sure they’re sharing with who they want — and we’ve been doing it a bit more proactively than usual,” said Facebook product manager Paddy Underwood.“We think it’s really important that people do the (settings review) and make sure their things are setup up just the way they want.”In the spring, Facebook started to reach out to users who typically shared posts publicly to confirm they understood their privacy settings.“We just want to make sure that this is a thing they want to be doing and if not, then give them an opportunity to proactively change their audience,” said Mike Nowak, a product manager on the company’s privacy team, at the time.“We understand that in the past some people have felt that privacy on Facebook has changed too frequently or that we haven’t communicated as well as we could about privacy.”
Michigan might be Kelly Kovach Schoenly’s alma mater, but the Ohio State softball coach isn’t pulling punches this weekend. “All I can say is I root for my team,” Schoenly said. “We will work hard as a unit to get a win for Ohio State. I worry about us.” For the first time as coach of the Buckeyes, Schoenly will face a place she once called home. While she was a star pitcher from 1991 to 1995 for Michigan under current coach Carol Hutchins, she insists her loyalties lie with the Scarlet and Gray as they stand to face the Wolverines in Ann Arbor, Mich. “If you went to Ohio State and you’re not fired up to play Michigan, then you’re crazy,” Schoenly said. “We’re fired up about it.” No. 12 Michigan has been one of the best softball programs in the Big Ten and has been a national powerhouse since Hutchins took over in 1985. The Wolverines are the five-time defending Big Ten champions. And they haven’t lost to OSU since 2011. But the Buckeyes (21-11, 3-3), despite their underdog status, aren’t backing down. Buoyed by the confidence of three victories against ranked teams already this season, Schoenly and the Buckeyes are ready for the challenges Michigan presents, both offensively and defensively. “The challenges of the preseason have helped (us) tremendously,” Schoenly said. “We’ve seen quality hitters for the last two months and I think they won’t be intimidated by that.” And OSU freshman left fielder Cammi Prantl attested to the team’s belief that it has an extra incentive to win this weekend. “It’s Michigan,” Prantl said. “You always want to beat Michigan.” The desire to compile conference wins in Big Ten play is equally important for OSU. “We haven’t won against (Michigan) for the last two years,” said senior outfielder Alyson Mott. “There’s a little bit more incentive because it’s Michigan, but we have to not pump ourselves up too much and take it like just any other regular game.” After dropping two games last weekend against Purdue, OSU is looking to get back on the winning track as Big Ten play nears the halfway point. OSU begins the three-game series with the Wolverines Friday at 6 p.m. in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Ohio State sophomore forward Kaleb Wesson defends a shot against UNC Pembroke on Nov. 1 in Value City Arena. Ohio State defeated UNC Pembroke 81-63 Photo: Amal Saeed | Assistant Photo EditorLuther Muhammad, receiving the first start of his collegiate career in the exhibition game against UNC Pembroke on Thursday, is in the middle of a learning process. He said he’s learning the offense, learning how to be a great teammate and how to come in and work every day. But that wasn’t the first thing he mentioned. “It’s been a learning process,” the freshman guard said. “Learning how to play our defense, the type of defense we play, staying in the gap.” As the Ohio State men’s basketball team prepares for its season, defeating the Braves 81-61 in the final exhibition before the season starts against Cincinnati on Wednesday, defense has been one of the main priorities for second-year head coach Chris Holtmann. For Holtmann, it’s more about what he does not have that he did have last season. “We don’t have the versatility that we had with last year’s group with [Jae’Sean Tate] and Keita [Bates-Diop]. And that’s significant,” Holtmann said. “We are going to have to figure some things out as coaches because we don’t have that versatility. But those guys care on that end.” Ohio State showed its aggressiveness defensively immediately after tip-off. With a starting lineup of Muhammad, senior guard C.J. Jackson, junior forward Andre Wesson, sophomore forward Kyle Young and sophomore forward Kaleb Wesson, what Holtmann considers his top defensive lineup, the Buckeyes forced UNC Pembroke to a shot-clock violation, a strip and a travel on the first three defensive possessions of the game. Ohio State allowed the Braves to shoot 32.8 percent from the field, out-rebounding the team 56 to 35, including 21 offensive rebounds, showing an aggressiveness in the post by Kaleb Wesson and junior center Micah Potter. Muhammad said starting the game with sound defense sets the tone for the rest of the game, setting the expectation for the Buckeyes. “Those first five minutes dictates just about most of the first half,” Muhammad said. “If you come out with the right intensity, right energy, it trends down to everyone on the team. And it just uplifts everyone on the court and off the court.” While Holtmann said his team cared about its performance defensively, highlighting the effort of Jackson specifically postgame, he said his team was especially careless with the ball on Thursday night. The Buckeyes recorded 21 turnovers in Thursday’s 18-point win over the Braves, with sophomore guard Musa Jallow recording five turnovers and Andre Wesson recording four. When asked if this had been a problem in practice, Holtmann did not hold back, saying there are certain players that struggle with turnovers more than others. “We just have to help them make better decisions and, you know, if not… I’m not playing guys extended minutes if they can’t take care of the ball,” Holtmann said. “Not doing it.” Freshman guard Duane Washington Jr. said ball security is something his head coach is very passionate about, especially with the guards on the rosters. He said Holtmann tallies up the turnovers made in practice and forces them to run depending on the total. But, for Washington, this just shows the importance of ball security, especially with Ohio State’s past. “Every possession matters,” Washington said. “They talked about last year how most of their games were between eight-to-10 points, so a turnover and a bucket could be that game decision.” Statistically, the Buckeyes also struggled with scoring from deep, making five of 25 attempts from three-point range. Washington and freshman forward Justin Ahrens combined to make just two three pointers in 10 attempts. Holtmann said he is not as worried about this aspect of Ohio State’s offense, citing “jitters” and not giving players extended and consistent minutes as reasons behind the struggles. However, that does not take away Holtmann’s urgency for improvement. Especially with the schedule that is coming up for the Buckeyes, opening the season on the road against CIncinnati, his team has work to do. “We have some significant, significant areas that need improvement,” Holtmann said. “Significant areas.”
Stay on target Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferWatch: Deep-Sea Octopus ‘Billows Like a Circus Tent’ In the Amazon rainforest, butterflies can be seen flocking onto the heads of turtles. But the butterflies congregate not to say hello to their reptilian friends — but to drink the turtles’ tears.Phil Torres, the entomologist also known as “Jungle Guy,” recently captured this phenomenon on video and posted the incredible footage on his Twitter page.A reminder that we live in a world where turtles have tears and butterflies drink them for the salt.Rainforest ecology is complex, but sometimes the simplicity of a bizarre interaction is just about perfect. pic.twitter.com/Ni2E2F5CFo— Phil Torres (@phil_torres) March 30, 2019The butterflies are likely attracted to the turtles’ tears because the liquid drops contain salt, specifically sodium, an important mineral that is scant in the western Amazon, Torres told NBC in 2013.Unlike carnivores that get sodium from meat, herbivores like butterflies need to find other sources of sodium. And turtle tears is one source of sodium in the Amazon.According to National Geographic, butterflies use sensors on their feet and legs to taste food so the tear-sipping process doesn’t hurt the turtles.The western Amazon rainforest is lower in sodium than most places because of it’s far distance from the Atlantic Ocean, a prime source of salt — it’s more than 1,000 miles away.But the butterflies don’t just go for turtle tears to get their salty fix — they are pretty much attracted to anything salty, according to Torres. “I’ve seen them imbibing on sweaty rudder handles of boats, backpacks laid on the ground after a long hike, dirty field clothes drying on a laundry line, even my shoulder or neck sweat from time to time,” he told MNN in an interview.Torres even posted evidence of butterflies drinking human urine to his YouTube channel.In almost every case, Torres said it is the male butterflies that participate in the salt-and tear-drinking behavior. “They use sodium as a nuptial gift during mating to help the female’s reproductive success,” he said.More on Geek.com:Doctors Find Bees Living Inside Woman’s Eye (And Feeding on Her Tears)Rare Images of Spiders Devouring Frogs, Lizards, and Small MammalsSix New Species of ‘Superhero’ Catfish Discovered in the Amazon
COCONUT GROVE, FLA. (WSVN) – – An Olympic medalist returned to her alma mater to teach young students how to swim.Ashleigh Johnson, the goalie for the USA Water Polo team, gave swimming lessons to students of Ransom Everglades School, Wednesday.Johnson will continue the lessons alongside her sister and a number of student volunteers for the next three weeks.“So we have kids from all different levels. A lot of beginners, but there are a lot of kids that have feel for the water and are comfortable,” Johnson said. “We are just refining the strokes for those kids, and we are teaching from the beginning for younger kids, the less experienced kids.”The lessons are part of the aquatics initiative for Breakthrough Miami, a tuition-free academic enrichment program.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
FOLIO: Shouldn’t it be “customer first,” and not “digital first?”PG: It’s always customer first. The wave of engagement in content consumption is happening in the most robust way in the form of digital platforms. It really comes down to this notion: You have to be constantly disrupting yourselves in order to serve your customers most effectively in every medium that they require. FOLIO: What is your current revenue structure and what do you want it to be?PG: We probably have 30 percent of overall revenue through digital platforms, which is pretty healthy. The goal is to get north of 50 percent over time in terms of digital revenue as a percent of the whole.FOLIO: Last year, Frank Anton said HW had shut down 14 magazines, and might have to shut down a lot more, leaving three core titles. Speak to that comment.PG: Every year we have to rationalize our portfolio, and place our bets on the brands that produce the most promise. Portfolio decisions are a day-by-day ongoing endeavor. FOLIO: What criteria do you use when you rationalize your portfolio?PG: It is incumbent on executives to be as close to the customer as possible, and listen and understand what the pain points are, and help them solve problems. And then you have to come back to the mothership and create the right products and services to solve their marketing needs. FOLIO: What do you see as your company’s big opportunities?PG: The opportunity is in creating a culture supporting and nurturing innovation and constant product development. You always have an opportunity to iterate and get things right as you go. You have to be willing to disrupt.FOLIO: One of the speakers here said b-to-b media companies today need to be two companies, one for today and one for tomorrow. Do you agree?PG: You don’t necessarily have be two companies, but you need to be one company always be prepared to reinvent itself. Frank always said, ‘If it’s good, make it better, if it’s better, make it the best, and if it’s the best, it’s time to reinvent it.’ At The Atlantic, they were always prepared to disrupt themselves. It’s really about running one company that has the commitment and is comfortable with innovation as a core cultural ethos.FOLIO: What are your immediate priorities?PG: To understand that the company’s been through a lot of challenges, but to get everyone to believe in a sense of optimism. These are premium brands that matter to the audience. That’s leveragable. Second is to push forward on this notion of digital-product development and digital innovation. It’s a golden age of media marketing. There are so many ways we can serve our markets and our marketing partners. We just have to make our bets in the right areas. And finally it comes down to talent. Do you have the right people in the right places to really push forward?And you’ve got to have fun. Everyone misses their numbers. You’re going to miss numbers. You’re not to going to succeed every time, but you have to get up and say, ‘Today is going to be fun, because we’re going to try X, Y, and Z. You do what’s right for the business and doing what’s right for the business can be really fun. FOLIO: The company’s performance has been, euphemistically, challenged. What’s the outlook?PG: There’s been solid growth in the last year. Trade shows are starting to recover. Some of the market sectors are starting to perform better than others. Commercial design is one. Two years ago, Frank and I were able to secure a deal to become the official magazine for the American Institute of Architects. We took over their show and re-launched the official magazine, Architect. That platform has been performing very well. The commercial sector wasn’t as battered as the residential sector, but our performance is attributable to the Architect launch and the relationship with the AIA. It was one of the biggest magazine launches of the last 10 years. FOLIO: What other sectors show promise?PG: The remodeling sector in residential is doing better than the new-construction sector. New construction is sort of bouncing along the bottom, although there are signs of recovery.Most importantly, we have a more advantageous capital structure. Restructuring of the company manifests itself in a more flexible debt structure, and the owners are supportive of making strategic investments in the company. These investments will be in the form of acquisitions and in technology and talent that we need to drive the digital-first strategy. It’s been a busy few months for Hanley Wood, the b-to-b media company that specializes in the residential housing market and has endured—because of the state of the housing market—one of the worst five-year runs of any media company ever. In January, the company recapitalized, reducing debt by $330 million to about $80 million, and receiving an influx of $35 million in new investment from three new private-equity owners, Oaktree Capital Management, Strategic Value Partners and Tennenbaum Capital Partners.While gaining some relief from crushing debt was good for the company (if not for the prior owners), the company still faces struggles, having lost about $100 million in revenue between 2007 and 2011, with projected revenue for 2012 of about $140 million. FOLIO: caught up with Goldstone at this week’s American Business Media Annual Conference in San Francisco. Following are excerpts from the conversation.FOLIO: First, congratulations on your new job. Tell us how you came to be back at Hanley Wood as CEO.Peter Goldstone [PG]: The company changed hands, and Frank Anton and the new owners had been discussing the transition of Frank to the chairman’s role. And the new owners decided to conduct a narrow search. They contacted me and asked me if I’d be interested in coming back. My answer was unequivocally yes. Then in April, the CEO, Frank Anton, long considered one of the industry’s best executives, transitioned to the role of chairman, and Peter Goldstone (pictured), who had been with the company for 11 years before moving to Atlantic Media in 2010, came back as CEO.
Sophie TurnerReutersSophie Turner has been revealing a lot about her time on the sets of X-Men: Dark Phoenix lately.Her recent revelation could make fiancé Joe Jons a little jealous. Reportedly the Game of Thrones star joked that she is “in love” with on-screen boyfriend Tye Sheridan (aka Scott Summers aka Cyclops)… and that the Jonas brother is perfectly understanding of the whole situation, of course.”I mean, we’re in love,” Turner told Entertainment Tonight, with her co-star adding: “I’m in love with Soph.””And I’m completely in love with him,” the Jean Grey actress added, revealing: “[Joe] knows, he’s fine with it.”Wow, Joe Jonas sure seems like a pretty good fiancé. Apparently, Turner did gush genuinely about Sheridan, adding: “We’re like, such good friends, and I’ve always said to Tye, he’s my best onscreen boyfriend I’ve ever had.”And it’s just so nice to have such a wonderful relationship with someone that you’re sharing such intimate scenes with. It’s really important to have that connection.” X Men: Dark PhoenixInstagramSophie Turner also opened up about working with director Bryan Singer and how it wasn’t a completely pleasant experience as well as her on-=set confrontation with a fellow co-star on the set of Dark Phoenix. But the confession that got the Sansa Stark actress in a lot of trouble with fans was when she confessed that she had revealed the ending of the final season of Game of Thrones to her friends. The actress had to clarify what she meant. “I was on Twitter and saw these headlines like ‘Twitter followers are being so mean to Sophie Turner after reports she told her friends the ending of Game of Thrones’,” she said.”The truth is I’ve only told two people. It’s not that many. To be honest, I don’t read many of the mentions on Twitter because there’s normally quite a bit of hate. Everything I say will always have some negative reactions so I’m not surprised.The final season of Game of Thrones will air in April. We can’t wait for the final season of Game of Thrones.
00:00 /50:44 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen X On Thursday’s Houston Matters: HISD could disband its special education committee this week. It’s one of many decisions the school board will consider as it reviews the group’s latest recommendations on how to improve special education in the district. News 88.7’s Laura Isensee explains what’s at stake ahead of tonight’s school board meeting.Also this hour: We continue our series of candidate interviews with Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, who’s running for re-election.Then DeRay Mckesson talks about what led him to join protestors in Ferguson, Mo. and eventually quit his job in education to take up activism full time. He’s the host of the podcast Pod Save the People and has a new book called The Other Side of Freedom: The Case for Hope. He has an event in Houston Sept. 14.And a new book called Collision looks back at Houston’s contemporary art scene in the 70s and 80s.We offer a daily podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share
His story is one of many triumphs — and a tragedy that he continues to dwell on many decades later. Read the whole story: NPR After we hear Kellie’s story, we meet Don Laub, a surgeon who, in his words, wanted to “do a big thing, and help a lot of people.” It’s always better to help someone than not, right? The ideas in the course carried over into Kellie’s life in London. Kellie was spending a lot of time at the British Library, and she often noticed the same young man on the street nearby. She could tell he was homeless. Her interactions with the man started simply, with Kellie giving him whatever spare change she had. But after a couple of months, she wanted to do more. We begin this episode in a virtual classroom. Several years ago Kellie Gillespie took an online course in social psychology, taught by Scott Plous of Wesleyan University. Hundreds of thousands of other people enrolled in the same online course. Kellie and her classmates were exposed to psychological concepts such as the norm of reciprocity: if you’re nice to someone, or you open up to them, they’re likely to do the same with you. They also learned about the power of empathy: when you put yourself in someone else’s shoes, the relationship you have with them profoundly changes.
To mark the martyrdom day of Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi, an All-Faith Prayer Meeting was organised by the Office of the Resident Commissioner, Government of West Bengal, at the West Bengal Information and Cultural Centre in the Capital.Participants from Guru Harkrishan Public School India Gate, Union Academy Senior Secondary School, Shafiq Memorial Senior Secondary School, Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi, Ahlcon International School, ASN Senior Secondary School and St Columba’s School took part in the solemn ceremony, reciting shlokas, religious texts, and devotional songs. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf’Concert for Harmony’ – a musical ensemble – was presented on the occasion by eminent musicians from Nadd Foundation, with Durjay Bhaumik on Tabla, Monohar Balatchandirane on Mridangam, Tuhin Chakraborty on Tabla, Shounak Banerjee on Ghatam, Ravinder Rajput on Flute and Lavinya Ambade on Sitar. The event concluded with the rendering of ‘Vaishnava Jana To’. A photo-exhibition on ‘150 years of Mahatma Gandhi’ was also organised at the Muktadhara Art Gallery.
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Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “Just really got to get back to my roots, tune out all the noise and just really focus on myself and getting better each and every day.”Mathieu is not referring to anything specific, though no doubt he hears when people doubt his ability to stay healthy and question how his contract fits with the franchise going forward.“Sometimes you don’t perform up to expectations, people judge you, people critique you,” he said. “Sometimes in life, you hit road bumps; people act like they’ve never hit road bumps so it’s just really important to quiet the noise, focus on yourself and just get better.”That does not mean Mathieu plans on playing with any less fire or emotion, mind you, but instead will ignore what is said and written off of the field.While many players say they do not read press clippings or listen to sports radio, he smiled and said most of them are lying.Mathieu admitted the doubters, of which there weren’t many as recently as a year ago, “absolutely” motivate him, though he will not let their questioning of him dictate how he proceeds.“I don’t want to have any expectations,” he said. “I know some people may have high expectations of me, some people may be very critical of me. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling TEMPE, Ariz. — Not long ago, Tyrann Mathieu was an impact player for the Arizona Cardinals, a defensive back who flew around the field while filling a variety of roles.He was so important, in fact, that the Cardinals signed him to a five-year contract extension that at the time made him the highest paid safety in the league, even though he had not yet played a down following his second torn ACL in three NFL seasons. “But I think it’s important to just focus on myself and believe in myself.”Follow Adam Green on Twitter – / 20 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo If the Cardinals are to be the best version of themselves in 2017, a healthy Mathieu will be a big reason as to why. He is, after all, a uniquely talented and dynamic player.“That’d be it, stay healthy,” Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said of what Mathieu must do, before remembering 2015. “The season he was (having), he had a chance to be Defensive Player of the Year, but you’ve got to finish it out.”Mathieu cannot finish without starting, and he hopes Tuesday was the beginning.That said, the 25-year-old said he is not setting any goals for himself for the upcoming season, and instead wants to win each day.“At times we tend to get ahead of ourselves,” he said. “I just want to own the day, attack the day, think about the day; not worry about any expectations I may have in September.”Week 1 is nearly four months away, and plenty can happen between now and then.One thing Mathieu said must happen is the rebuilding of his confidence, which understandably took a hit last season as he battled injuries and inconsistency.For a player like him, a lack of confidence can be devastating.“Ever since I was a kid my game was pretty much built on confidence,” he admitted. “Being confident in myself, believing in myself. DB Tyrann Mathieu goes through a drill during an OTA practice May 16. (Photo by Adam Green/Arizona Sports) Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Though he had battled injuries, no one seemed to doubt his ability or future with the team.Then the 2016 season happened.Mathieu made it back on the field for Week 1, but was hardly himself before a shoulder injury in Week 8 caused him to miss six of the final eight games. He finished the year with just 36 total tackles, one sack, one interception and three passes defensed.With an offseason to get healthy, the fifth-year pro took part in the first practice of organized team activities Tuesday, and not surprisingly, Mathieu said he really enjoyed the practice.“It’s just exciting to get back out there, especially with how last year, how it ended up playing out,” he said. “Just a good feeling to be healthy again and just back out there on a football field 100 percent.”The trick with the 5-foot-9, 186-pound Mathieu is that when healthy, he is one of the NFL’s premier defensive players. A safety who can drop back into coverage and be a force in the box, he was voted by his peers as the No. 28 player in the NFL following the 2015 season.In 14 games before tearing his ACL that year, he amassed 89 tackles, one sack, five interceptions, 16 passes defensed and one forced fumble while earning first Pro Bowl nod.
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