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FRISCO - The Dallas Cowboys have the No. 10 pick in the April NFL Draft ... and we've got your Cowboys Mock Draft Tracker for 2021: Check back often as we keep you up-to-date on Cowboys Mock Drafts from all over the internet, including the ones we do here at CowboysSI.com ...
Jan 18 - CERTAIN IT’S SURTAIN: Alabama cornerback Patrick Surtain II — who just declared for the 2021 NFL Draft — was back on the clock for the Dallas Cowboys at No. 10, according to the latest mock draft by RotoUnderworld’s Cody Carpentier.
Surtain just won a national championship with the Crimson Tide, and the Cowboys likely had their eyes on him during the game.
To this point, the cornerback position has been a popular position in NFL Mock Drafts, with Surtain’s name in heavy rotation with Virginia Tech’s Caleb Farley and South Carolina’s Jaycee Horn.
Carpentier’s mock had the Jacksonville Jaguars taking Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence at No. 1 overall and the New York Jets taking Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields at No. 2 overall.
Our thoughts on Dallas at this early moment? There are some players the Cowboys might trade down from at 10. We bet…
Federal officials warned of armed and potentially violent protests at all 50 state capitals and the U.S. Capitol in the days leading up to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, according to an internal FBI bulletin issued to law enforcement partners.
The bulletin cautioned that demonstrations could begin as soon as Sunday and are expected to continue through the inauguration, an official with knowledge of the bulletin told USA TODAY.
The official, who was not authorized to comment publicly, said a poster publicizing the events says, "When democracy is destroyed, refuse to be silenced." The poster also calls for an "armed march on Capitol Hill and all state capitols."
On Sunday, law enforcement members and journalists outnumbered the few people who showed up at state capitols across the nation.
A few states like Michigan and Ohio had large groups show up, some wearing attire or affiliating themselves with the boogaloo movement. Other than that it was a peaceful Sunday for most.
This round of protests comes…
Law enforcement officers in Denmark have arrested six people on suspicion of being involved with defunct Danish torrent tracker Asgaard. The suspects have been charged with copyright infringement offenses. There have now been seven arrests in the case which is part of a broader crackdown on torrent sites. Several release groups, meanwhile, are now reconsidering their future.
Over the past several months, Danish law enforcement authorities effectively shut down the thriving local torrent tracker scene.
The shutdown of these sites was a major blow to the local piracy ecosystem but it didn’t take long before other sites stepped up. Both Asgaard and ShareUniversity opened their doors to new members, resulting in an explosive growth of these sites.
The difference in this instance, however, was that the enforcement authorities kept up the pressure. Helped by local anti-piracy group Rights Alliance, the Government’s SØIK’s IP-Task Force swiftly put a target on these growing sites.
A few weeks later, both Asgaard and ShareUniversity were offline as well. Not just that, Asgaard itself found itself in…