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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Gronkowski still in concussion protocol at Patriots practice

As expected, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski remained in the concussion protocol Wednesday for New England’s first Super Bowl practice in Minnesota. According to a pool report of the workout, Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Gronkowski took part in non-contact drills and is “working his way back.” The Patriots worked out for two hours in their only full-padded practice of ...

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Globe-trotting Cindric in midst of 5 races in 5 weeks

The racing journey of a lifetime is underway for Austin Cindric. Five weeks. Two countries. Four different racing disciplines. Five different teams. “Why not?” Cindric told RACER about taking on this racing schedule. “I think any driver given the opportunity to simply take part in these experiences would jump right on the opportunity. For me, it is really just a ...

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Pats' president: Brady can decide when to quit

5:07 PM ET BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — New England Patriots team president Jonathan Kraft said in an interview with NFL Network that quarterback Tom Brady will be given latitude to decide when he retires. <bloc… – NFL

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Red Sox OF Mookie Betts wins $10.5 million US in arbitration

Mookie Betts beat the Boston Red Sox in the first salary arbitration case of the year. The all-star outfielder will get a raise from $ 950,000 to $ 10.5 million US instead of the team’s $ 7.5 million. Arbitrators Daniel Brent, Mark Burstein and Phillip LaPorte made the decision Wednesday in Phoenix, a day after hearing arguments. The 25-year-old hit ...

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Jason Witten: 'I'm excited about the future of the Dallas Cowboys'

Jason Witten was a guest on the NFL Network as part of their coverage of the Super Bowl in Minnesota and he shared his excitement moving forward for the Dallas Cowboys.   .@JasonWitten is excited for the future of @DallasCowboys football. Why fans should be too ⤵️ ?: <a href="… FOX Sports Digital

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