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In March, the team signed journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick, who had played for eight different teams in his 16-year NFL career, as its presumptive starting quarterback for next season.
With Carson Wentz having been traded to the Indianapolis Colts, Hurts is the presumptive starter heading into next season.
Now he will try to rebuild his career with Reich in Indianapolis while Hurts becomes the presumptive starter in Philadelphia for Nick Sirianni, the former Colts offensive coordinator hired to replace Pederson as the Eagles’ head coach.
That includes an automatic termination — what’s known as a presumptive firing policy — for all staff found guilty of certain types of sexual misconduct unless the complainant doesn’t want the staff member fired.
Over the summer, the City Council passed a law — originally introduced in 2018 — requiring the NYPD to outline presumptive penalties for certain types of misconduct as well as factors that could justify lesser or greater discipline.
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE WHEN THE NEW YORK CITY POLICE COMMISSIONER HAS “UNCHECKED POWER” OVER OFFICER DISCIPLINEBY MOLLIE SIMON, LENA V. GROEGER, ERIC UMANSKY AND ADRIANA GALLARDODECEMBER 11, 2020PROPUBLICA
More or less presumptive evidence may be adduced for a yet more specific dating.
THE FATAL DOWRYPHILIP MASSINGER
And that warrants you in sending me to tilt against this foolish heir-presumptive windmill.
Emanuel Geibel presented himself as heir presumptive to the mantle of Heine.
This being regarded as presumptive evidence of guilt, Wenham's persecutors brought her to trial.
Would not it be said by my presumptive remorse that, by my gallantry, manner and dress, I was going to seduce her?

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