Stephen Jones: I don’t see Dez Bryant’s’Garrett guys’
Nagy isn’t denying that receiving ability is a weakness in Howard’s game but insists the Bears can work around the problem.
Every running back has their own strengths and weaknesses, Nagy explained Tuesday. … Jordan has his own way of running. Anything he does that’s a weakness, we’re going to try to focus on that and try to get it better.
Towns circulated Amezcua’s work around the league, first drawing attention with his themed size 20s and eventually putting other players in touch with the artist to coordinate their own pairs. Just before the All-Star break, Towns organized a teamwide showcase honoring late Timberwolves coach Flip Saunders, as players wore Kickstradomis-crafted sneakers that were each auctioned for charity.
Last but not least, Tucker, Jimmy Butler, Patrick McCaw and several others kept social media buzzing in real time, as they unveiled rarely seen and highly valued pairs. Butler wore an Air Jordan IV exclusive originally made in limited quantities for rapper Eminem and his inner circle — the shoes have been listed online for as much as $20,000.
There’s no question that Brady wants to play football, but he turns 41 in August, wants to spend more time with his family, and there are people around him who would rather see him retire, sources told ESPN.
But we do know that the signal-caller is discussing the situation with his teammates. This time, Michael Giardi of NBC Sports Boston has the following:
A pair of Tom Brady’s teammates tell me they’ve spoken to the QB this offseason, including discussions about the upcoming season, and he’s never indicated he wasn’t playing/retiring. Also, Brady continued his normal workout regimen/diet to this point, even while in Qatar.
So for now, that’s pretty much that. Once again, the expectation is that Brady plays in 2018. And at this point, the only thing potentially holding him back is himself.
The 25-year-old, who is hitting .270 across four seasons, said he has been dealing with these issues for several years. He didn’t tell the Yankees about them until the day before he went on the DL. As for how often he experiences the blurry vision when he walks to the batter’s box, he said: All the time.
It’s something I battle pretty much all the time, especially with physical activity, whether it’s a workout or playing ball or whatever it is, Drury said. It just gets worse with activity.