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NFL: Super Bowl LIII-New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams
Patrick Chung with his arm in a sling on the sidelines of Super Bowl 53
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TEAM TALK

  • Angelique Fiske details the Patriots stepping out in style at the ESPYs in Los Angeles. The Patriots were nominated for Best Team (but did not win), and Gronk was honored along with Dwayne Wade and Lindsey Vonn for Best Moment, after all three called it a career.
  • Patriots visit the Ron Burton Training Village. (1.40 min. video)
  • Patriots Unfiltered 7/11: Rob Gronkowski honored at the ESPY’s, comments he made suggesting a return; a wide variety of offseason topics; which NFL stadium is the best? (2 hours)

LOCAL LINKS

NATIONAL NEWS

  • Grant Suneson (247WallSt) Sports teams running out of fans. Data includes 4 NFL teams.
  • Jared Dubin (CBS Sports) Top 10 head coaches in NFL: Bill Belichick still reigns, but who fills out the rest of the list?
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Four of five unsigned first-round picks are represented by CAA.
  • Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) Melvin Gordon hopes to buck trend of “devalued” running back.
  • Gil Brandt (NFL.com) 2019 NFL season: Finding homes for top remaining free agents. DE Allen Bailey to the Pats.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) PFT 2019 storyline No. 13: How and when will the Tyreek Hill situation be resolved?
  • Kalyn Kahler (SI) Why the 2020 NFL draft class of wide receivers is worthy of your attention.
  • Conor Orr (SI) After Kingsbury: What to look for in the next wave of NFL coaching hires.
  • Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Sean Payton expects coaches will be “more judicious” with challenges.
  • Kevin Seifert (ESPN) Sources: NFL shelves full-time officiating program. “The league’s collective bargaining agreement with the NFLRA expires on May 31, 2020, and both sides hope to avoid a repeat of its ugly 2012 lockout of officials.” /No one wants to see replacement refs ever again.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) “Hundreds of calls and offers” received after Albert Haynesworth asks for a kidney.
  • Peter D’Oench (CBS Miami) Exclusive: Injured Miami Dolphins player Kendrick Norton speaks for first time; “I am alive and I am grateful.”
  • Paul Kuharsky (PaulKuharsky.com) Mike Vrabel willing to cut his d--- off for a Super Bowl win. /Church Lady: “Isn’t that special”
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Report: NFL likely to stick with DirecTV through end of current deal.
  • Robert Mays and Kevin Clark (The Ringer) The Ringer NFL Show: The offensive epidemic from a defensive point of view. (37.11 min.)