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Patriots star Rob Gronkowski interrupts White House press briefing
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The Note: A Curiel coincidence
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s SHUSHANNAH WALSHE and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI Day No. 91 THE BIG STORY: Now, that’s quite a coincidence. The judge Donald Trump blasted on the campaign trail, U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, will now oversee another controversial case involving the president.
Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez hangs himself in his prison cell
Massachusetts prison officials say former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has hanged himself in a cell where he was serving a life sentence for murder
Trump congratulates Patriots, doesn't mention Hernandez
President Donald Trump welcomed the New England Patriots to the White House, noting the parallels between his own upset victory and their stunning Super Bowl win
The Latest: Trump on Pats, 'No team has been good this long'
President Donald Trump is saluting the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots at the White House
Patriots' Rob Gronkowski jokingly crashes White House briefing
WASHINGTON -- Which NFL player would be most likely to crash a news conference at the White House?? New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, of course. In his typical playful fashion, Gronkowski opened a door behind White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Wednesday afternoon, which led to
NFL star Rob Gronkowski offers to help White House press secretary Sean Spicer during briefing
New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski is known for a lot of things, though assisting with White House press briefings is not one of them. But that didn’t stop the charmingly befuddled NFL tight end from interrupting White House press secretary Sean Spicer today to ask whether he needed "some
Gronkowski offers to help Sean Spicer during press briefing
Rob Gronkowski's big personality was on full display today during White House press secretary Sean Spicer's briefing.
20 plays every NFL coach should steal
During the offseason, coaches at every level of the game scour tape and look for plays or concepts to steal. I know I do it as a high school coach at IC Catholic Prep in the Chicago area. That's my plan during the winter months: Study the top teams and top play callers, and find answers for my own
Time to see what Monster Energy brings to the NASCAR table
Fans have seen the new series logo. Teams have replaced their windshield banners with the Monster emblem. Everyone in NASCAR seems ready for the flood of florescent green that will go along with the change from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. ? What a mouthful