The New York Jets are poised to make some franchise history this summer during training camp. According to the New York Daily News, the Jets have offered a coaching internship to Collette Smith, who will work with the defensive backs. Smith will be the first female coach for the team and just the third in the NFL, following Jen Welter, who interned with the Arizona Cardinals in 2015, and Kathryn Smith, who spent last season as a quality-control special teams assistant with the Buffalo Bills (she was not retained after the Bills fired Rex Ryan).
Let’s explain by using a practical example involving Golden State Warriors big man JaVale McGee. According to a report by Patrick Redford over at Deadspin, McGee was not allowed to keep his cat, Raja, in his apartment when he was a member of the Dallas Mavericks. All in all, he agreed to pay for all the late and unpaid rent he owed, $12,000 in repairs, as well as $9,350 in cat-related fees.
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