Kirk Cousins is playing on the franchise tender for the second consecutive year, but the Redskins QB says he is only focused on the upcoming season.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, whose 2016 season was cut short due to a back injury that required surgery, has a clean bill of health for the start of training camp, Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston reports.
“He doesn’t have limits that I know of,” coach Bill Belichick said Thursday when asked if the next challenge for Gronkowski is to absorb full contact.
Asked what he has noticed from Gronkowski’s approach returning from his back injury, Belichick added, “That was all pretty much over with by the start of the offseason program [in the spring].”
Gronkowski had been a full participant in spring practices, and said at the time that he was 100 percent. But those practices aren’t held in full pads. The Patriots’ first full-pads practice is expected to be Saturday.
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New York Knicks star big man Kristaps Porzingis received an updated player exclusive sneaker from adidas on their Crazy Explosive line.
Porzingis has a seven-year deal with adidas that pays him between $3 and $7 million per season. The Latvian-born player does not (yet) have his own signature shoe, but this a custom look for the 21-year-old baller.
The shoes for Porzingis feature a nod to his adopted home of New York with the Statue of Liberty as well as a tribute to the Freedom Monument in Riga.
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