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Robert Kraft calls Gronkowski trade rumor hogwash

On Friday, rumors became rampant of a potential trade that would have sent Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski to the 49ers or the Titans or, really, anywhere but New England. On Tuesday, to the extent that the widely-debunked rumor needed another coat of debunking, the man who reportedly blocked the deal went on the record.

When you’re team is good, people are looking for things, team owner Robert Kraft said Tuesday at the annual Myra Kraft Community MVP. I’ll just tell you it’s a bunch of hogwash that I vetoed some trade [involving Gronkowski]. That was never in the works. It’s just completely made up . . . and I think we have to be careful in society, people just can’t come out and say things. This bit about us trading Gronk to the 49ers or Tennessee, there’s no basis to it and it gets a life of its own. I just want to go on record to make sure you all understand there’s no truth to that.

If it was up to Quincy Enunwa, he would be practicing fully this week. Instead, he will have to settle for a small step in the right direction.

For the first time this spring, Enunwa took part in positional drills, progress for the wide receiver who missed all of last season after undergoing surgery to repair herniated disks in his neck.

My baseball career started when I was 4 years old at Wellswood Youth Baseball in Tampa, Fla. Ever since I was a youngin’ I’ve had a huge passion for baseball. But 4 was the youngest I could start. So, when I was 3, my dad signed me up to play baseball for the first time. I was a bigger kid so I could pass as a 4-year-old. When it was time to go play, my dad leaned down and told me that I was 4.

Why? I asked him. I’m 3.

Of course, 3-year-old me didn’t understand what was going on. My dad responded, Do you want to play? Of course I wanted to play. After I said yes, he responded, OK, then you’re 4.

Growing up, I was super spoiled because Yankees spring training was 10 minutes from my house, the Tampa Bay Rays are 35 minutes away, and there was a huge baseball culture in Tampa. People ask all the time who I rooted for as a kid. The answer: no one. I had no true loyalty to a specific team. I just loved baseball. I loved watching it just as much as I did playing it. I guess you could call me a baseball junky.

Supplemental draft prospect has a visit lined up after pro day

Visits to team headquarters are part of the norm before the regular NFL Draft. When they happen before the supplemental draft, it’s more unique. Also, it’s June.

According to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, Virginia Tech cornerback Adonis Alexander will meet with seven teams after his pro day tomorrow, and will then visit at least one team. A reported 26 teams will attend his pro day.

There’s no mention of the team in question, which makes this perhaps the first ever appearance of free agency favorite #MysteryTeam in conjunction with the supplemental draft.

Knox Sr., whose quarterback at Florida State was ex-Knick Charlie Ward, said he spoke to Perry for about 20 minutes.

You never know, but I was thinking why would management call again to chat it up for 20 minutes about a potential client? Knox Sr. said. We talked about the roster and what a perfect fit he could be. That’s what Scott and I talked out. Scott said he seems mature for his age.

The Lions announced McGrath’s signing on Thursday. They waived Wes Saxton, who joined the team 10 days ago and obviously didn’t make much of an impression in that brief run.

McGrath comes to Detroit after spending the last two seasons with the Chargers. He played 31 games, started 11 times and caught six passes for 71 yards. McGrath had 26 catches for 302 yards in 16 games for the Chiefs in 2013 and also spent time with the Seahawks.

The Lions will have a new look at tight end this year with Eric Ebron off the roster. McGrath joins Michael Roberts, Luke Willson and Levine Toilolo as competitors for playing time.

During the 2014-2015 NFL season, ­Erica Wilkins had a banner rookie year as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader [DCC]. Then 22, the Friendswood, Texas, native was one of just 16 women to make the team’s show group, an elite squad made up of the best technical dancers on the team. She appeared solo on the cover of the group’s swimsuit calendar, was deemed a star on a reality show about the team, and performed onstage with Blake Shelton and Usher.

Her total annual earnings? About $4,700 after taxes.

Lions add tight end Wes Saxton

The Lions have made significant changes at tight end this offseason, and added some depth Monday.

The team announced the addition of free agent tight end Wes Saxton.

If the Giants don’t have one of the most-improved offenses in the NFL this season, you can’t blame the general manager or the supporting cast or anything else. It’ll be the quarterback.

I think it is a good crew of guys, Manning said. Now it just comes down to how hard can we work and how committed can be in putting this all together and finding ways to win together.

But the New Jersey Racing Commission put the state’s three racetracks on notice that they need to wait for the governor’s approval.

Participation in sports wagering, or in services related to sports wagering, on the grounds of the racetrack without first obtaining the necessary license will result in the commission taking disciplinary action against that person or entity, the letter from the commission’s executive director, Frank Zanzuccki, reads.

To Michael Kay Show in August 2017 : Anybody that thinks that there’s been any conversations going on among teams about Colin Kaepernick is crazy. That just is not the case. I saw a quote, I think it was (Dolphins owner) Steve Ross recently that said, ‘Teams want to win so badly that if they believe a player can help them win, they’re going to bring him on.’ I think there are certain issues obviously that go along with Colin Kaepernick and that may have scared some teams away, but there is absolutely no blackball going on here. I just don’t see that at all.

The Raiders would then draft another offensive tackle, Brandon Parker, in the third round. So it’s clear that they want to get younger at the position. But Gruden appears to have placated Penn by persuading him that the Raiders’ draft picks were about keeping a good offensive line in front of Derek Carr for many years to come, not about any sign that they’re losing confidence in Penn this year. Penn now says he’s working on taking the young tackles under his wing and hoping that some day, they’ll protect Carr as well as he does. Just not quite yet.

In other words, the commission put racetracks on notice that they’re all required to have a vendor license and that any racetrack that accepts bets before the bill is signed into law will have to have those bets reviewed — which would delay their licenses.

Michael Irvin recalls snitching on teammates who didn’t care enough about winning

Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin was a consummate competitor, to the point where he was willing to violate a personal code to get rid of teammates who didn’t have the passion for winning that he had.

Swaim, in the final year of his rookie deal, faces a big season. But he sees it as an opportunity, not added pressure.

The Philadelphia Eagles are getting away with paying Jalen Mills $604,214 a year and Jordan Hicks $748,183 per season, but running back Jay Ajayi’s contract represents an even bigger bargain because the 2015 fifth-round pick was a bigger difference-maker than Mills or Hicks in 2017.

Quessenberry’s experience makes him an obvious person for Hal to consult with and lean on as he goes through the treatment process and the offensive lineman said on Friday that he’s willing to do anything he can to help Hal.

It’s a shock and a terrible thing to go through, but he’s a fighter, Quessenberry said, via John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. He’s tough. He’s going to give it hell, beat it and come back to play the game he loves. I’m going to be there for him any way I can, and he knows that. It can be beat. He’s going to beat it, come back and accomplish his goal. Andre’s energetic. He’s got passion. He’s a leader. He’s going to need all of that to beat this.

No amount of advice is going to change the task that lies ahead for Hal, but having someone close by who has been through a similar experience provide a shoulder should be beneficial as Hal keeps up the fight.

Mayfield: ‘I’ve never seen anybody like’ Josh Gordon

jets_281Josh Gordon has seen his share of quarterbacks in Cleveland.

The newest of them all, Baker Mayfield, is still getting used to the sight of Gordon.

I’ve never seen anybody like him, bar none, the rookie quarterback told reporters on Tuesday, per The Plain Dealer. He’s definitely gifted.

Mayfield has largely toiled behind veterans Tyrod Taylor and Drew Stanton during organized team activities, but the first-overall pick will see more and more of Cleveland’s veteran pass-catchers Gordon and Jarvis Landry during next week’s mandatory minicamp.

Right after Wang’s injury, Yankees co-chairman Hank Steinbrenner blasted the NL for continuing to use rules that require pitchers to hit.

My only message is simple. The National League needs to join the 21st century, Steinbrenner said. They need to grow up and join the 21st century.Angels’ Shohei Ohtani placed on DL with sprained UCL, to be re-evaluated in 3 weeks

Pedro Gomez details the problems created as the Angels place starter Shohei Ohtani on the disabled list with a sprained elbow. (2:02)

Shohei Ohtani has been placed on the Los Angeles Angels’ disabled list with a sprained elbow ligament and will miss at least three weeks before the club re-evaluates him.

The Angels announced the potentially serious injury for their two-way rookie sensation on Friday before opening a road trip in Minnesota. Ohtani, who will turn 24 next month, underwent injections of platelet-rich plasma and stem cells Thursday in Los Angeles.

Supreme Court won’t get involved in Wrigley Field dispute

jets_261The Supreme Court is leaving in place a court decision dismissing a lawsuit filed against the Chicago Cubs by the owners of rooftop clubs adjacent to Wrigley Field.

Skybox on Sheffield and Lakeview Baseball Club sued the Cubs in 2015, arguing in part that a right-field video board the team was adding would block their views of the ballpark and violate terms of a 2004 revenue-sharing agreement.

We thank our fans who stood with us in the process. The Cubs have the greatest fans in baseball and we hope to continue to reward their dedication by standing for what we believe is right: winning baseball, preserving and improving Wrigley Field and being a good neighbor. While it is unfortunate we have to defend challenges like this from those who have benefitted from Cubs baseball, we will continue to do so and will always put the history, tradition and the future of the team and our fans first.

Our two young guys came in, really impacted us in a big way and helped us win a game, Rays manager Kevin Cash said.

Bauers got his first home run in his first game in the majors, and Adames had two RBI in his return to Tampa Bay after a three-game cameo last month.

I told him, ‘Were you waiting for me to get here to hit your first homer?’ and he said, ‘Yes, buddy,’ Adames said.

The Rays (30-35) inched ahead of the Blue Jays (30-36) in the American League East standings, though they’ll be back to a familiar adversity Tuesday, going without a traditional starter.

Tampa Bay is pushing through a rash of injuries with its starting pitching, with news Monday that top starter Chris Archer had a setback and is now on hold after once having hopes of returning to the rotation Sunday.

On Tuesday, that means Ryne Stanek will be the Rays’ opener — he was originally scheduled to do so Monday but was pressed into duty in the ninth inning Sunday, pushing back his scheduled start. Stanek (1-1, 3.14 ERA) has pitched well in June, with four appearances and a 0.00 ERA, allowing only two hits in 4 2/3 innings while striking out seven.

He’ll likely pitch no more than two innings, setting up a bullpen day after three Rays relievers each pitched a scoreless inning to seal Monday’s win.

Adames followed with a sacrifice fly to make it 8-4.

jets_142Yarbrough, who leads the major leagues with 44 relief innings, started and pitched six innings. The 26-year-old rookie survived a shaky start in which he gave up seven hits to the first 16 batters he faced, including Teoscar Hernandez’s 11th home run.

But he didn’t worry about being yanked early from his fourth career start.

The right-hander retired his last 13 batters, threw 16 of 20 first-pitch strikes and extended his shutout streak to 13 innings.

Anthony Swarzak finished the three-hitter for his third career save and first with the Mets, who won for only the fourth time in 19 games.

Greg Bird was doubled off first base to end it when Gary Sanchez lined out to third base, with Frazier starting the game-ending double play.

If that ball gets down in the corner for a double, maybe things end differently, Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner said. Just a tough night for us. I thought (Lugo) threw the ball really, really well.

Cardinals: SS Paul DeJong (left hand fracture) will be looked at by a doctor Thursday, Cardinals president John Mozeliak said. The Cardinals expect DeJong back at the end of June. Mozeliak said the Cardinals are hopeful to get RHP Greg Holland (right hip impingement) and RHP Matt Bowman (right hand finger blisters) back later this week.

Padres: LHP Matt Strahm (1-2, 3.07) is projected to be the starter. In his two previous starts this season, Strahm did not earn a decision, going two innings in one game and 2 1/3 in the other.

Cardinals: RHP Miles Mikolas (7-1, 2.27) pitched 6 2/3 innings in a 2-1 win over his former team on May 10 in San Diego. He allowed one unearned run over seven innings in his last start against Miami. He is one of just three NL pitchers who to issue fewer walks (nine) than games started this season.Muncy homers in 3rd straight game, Dodgers beat Braves 7-2

Pick Six Podcast: Is Nathan Peterman actually the best bet to open as Bills’ starting QB?

jets_141Even after trading up to take Josh Allen in the first round of this year’s draft, the Buffalo Bills enter the 2018 season with plenty of uncertainty at the all-important quarterback position, and yet they might be the second-best team in the AFC East.

In forecasting the 2018 Bills, who sent Tyrod Taylor to Cleveland during free agency to kick off Year 2 of the Sean McDermott era, Brinson and Trapasso agreed that while Buffalo is due for decline after its first playoff appearance in almost two decades, there’s also a case to be made that the Bills are the clear-cut No. 2 in a division still owned by the New England Patriots.

Then again, with the Bills firmly in rebuild mode and headed toward a season that Trapasso anticipates will end with something like a 6-10 record, he also wouldn’t hesitate to turn the keys over to Allen, the first-round pick. Sure, he’s going to throw some interceptions, he’s going to miss some guys,Trapasso said, but if he hits a 40- and a 50-yard touchdown, then I think [with] what they’re trying to do, that will be enough.

Tuesday was the Eagles’ fourth OTA practice, though just the second one open to the media. Again, Wentz could be seen alongside his quarterback teammates — including Nick Foles, Nate Sudfeld and Joe Callahan — conducting various quarterback drills, though he sat out the scrimmage portions of practice. Watch the video above to see the highlights.

Updated Eagles 53-man roster prediction: Who takes over for Mychal Kendricks?

Wentz is still recovering from season-ending knee surgery after he suffered a torn ACL in a game against the Rams in Los Angeles in December. Typically, that is an injury that requires 9-12 months of recovery time, though Wentz is confident that he’s on track to return for the Eagles’ Week 1 match-up with the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 6.

If that’s the case, then Wentz would’ve taken less than nine months to recover.

Jets claim Antonio Garcia

Tackle Antonio Garcia never played in a game for the Patriots after they drafted him in the third round last year and his next chance at getting into a contest will come with another AFC East team.

According to multiple reports, the Jets have claimed Garcia off of waivers.

There’s no doubt Thomas has been a huge part of what the Seahawks have accomplished under coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider in Seattle. But the Seahawks ‘ numerous roster and coaching staff moves this offseason show they aren’t afraid to part ways with the on-field architects of their past glories.

Looking past Thomas’ somewhat strange Christmas Eve locker room visit with Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, there has been plenty of speculation about the six-time Pro Bowler’s future in Seattle. Although the Seahawks want to sign the 29-year-old to a contract extension, the numbers might not be palpable to the team’s long-term plans.

Duncan made 124 receptions for 1,452 yards and nine touchdowns at Vanderbilt.

Moore was a three-year starter at North Carolina State, playing 52 games and making 267 tackles, 26 tackles for loss, three interceptions and four sacks.

Pyke originally entered the league with Buffalo in 2017 as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Georgia. The Bills waived him out of training camp.

The NFL, by referring to the situation as a “civil matter” in its comment on the Manning situation, apparently has concluded that, without a prosecution, there can be no crime of fraud — even if actual fraud has occurred. Of course, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott wasn’t prosecuted, charged, or even sued in civil court. But he was suspended six games for violating the Personal Conduct Policy. As explained last month, there’s a fine line (and maybe no line) between civil and criminal fraud.cardinals_025

NFL won’t discipline Matt Patricia, Lions over past sexual assault case

Matt Patricia and the Lions won’t be subject to any discipline regarding a sexual assault allegation against the head coach that surfaced this month, the league said Monday.

“Rodgers, he throws that back-shoulder throw so well and Dez has great chemistry with a good quarterback that can put the ball wherever he wants,” Witten said on The Adam Schefter Podcast. “I still believe Dez can high-point the football as good as any other wide receiver in the National Football League.”

The Packers released veteran Jordy Nelson, who spent nine seasons with the team, in March. They selected three wide receivers, J’Mon Moore, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown, in the 2018 draft.

Former NFL quarterback and Heisman winner Johnny Manziel is trying to resume his football career in the CFL with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. (AP) More So rest assured, when Manziel took the first step toward potentially returning to the NFL this April, when he completed 19 of 31 passes for 271 yards, a touchdown and an interception (while running for two more scores) in two games of the Spring League, there were plenty of NFL eyes watching.

With the Raiders poised to leave Oakland and enter a stadium that will become part of the Super Bowl rotation, their Bay Area partners hope to lure another Super Bowl of their own.

The 23-year-old Henry essentially took over as the Chargers’ main tight end in 2017, finishing with 45 catches for 579 receiving yards and four scores. The team went 7-1 in games in which he was targeted at least five times and 0-6 in games he was not.

While known for his toughness, the Arkansas product has had his share of injuries during the first two NFL seasons. He suffered a lacerated kidney that forced him to miss the last two games of 2017. And he missed one game as a rookie due to a knee injury.

As for Gates, Chargers general manager Tom Telesco told reporters during the draft that the team decided to move on from him because his targets would be limited and it wanted to expand Henry’s role.cowboys_078