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Philadelphia Eagles were originally drafting 13th overall in 2016, when they made a pair of deals to put themselves in position to draft Carson Wentz second overall. The Rams made a similar bold move to go get Jared Goff, and both teams are now poised to be perennial contenders for the foreseeable future.Anyway, Smith may very well be a modest short-term upgrade over Cousins, but this is a Redskins team that doesn't look like a Super Bowl contender anytime soon, especially in an absolutely loaded NFC. Handing out $70-plus million in guaranteed money along with forking over a third-round pick and a good player for Smith's services is a move I might make if I were running a team with a great roster, but a big hole at quarterback. This feels a lot like a move by a GM/coach combo that is running out of time to start winning games. Ultimately, however, it should keep them in that mediocre zone that they are so used to.3) The Redskins' instability at quarterback continuesRedskins fans know the names of all the quarterbacks who have started at least one game since the Dan Snyder era began in 1999. For those of you who don't: Brad JohnsonJeff GeorgeTony BanksShane MatthewsPatrick RamseyDanny WuerffelTi... ( reasons the Redskins will be a dumpster fire this season)
CARSON CITY — One man’s trash is another man’s jet fuel.State officials have approved $150 million in industrial development bonds for a Northern Nevada facility that can transform garbage into jet and diesel fuel. The State Board of Finance signed off on the bonds this week.The project, which will be owned by Fulcrum Sierra BioFuels and operated by Fulcrum BioEnergy, will be on a 19.4-acre site in Storey County, about 20 miles east of Reno.The project will convert about 200,000 tons of waste each year into roughly 11 million gallons of fuel, according to company records submitted to the Nevada Department of Business and Industry.The fuel will primarily be for aircraft. United Airlines is one of the company’s clients, and military contracts are a possibility, state records show.Fulcrum has begun one phase of the project, using the Feedstock Processing Facility to sort out recyclable metals and plastics.Completed in 2016, the 65,000-square-foot facility is located on 10 acres adjacent...