New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman has reported for the team’s offseason program at Gillette Stadium, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss . Edelman, who has a $500,000 workout bonus in his contract, attends at a time when Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski have elected to skip the program thus far. The Patriots receiver’s presence is a good sign as he recovers from an ACL injury from the 2017 preseason, which took him out of all of last season. His presence should also come as a relief to the Patriots, who traded receiver Brandin Cooks and watched Danny Amendola walk in free agency. Edelman finished the 2016 season with 98 catches, 1,108 yards and three touchdowns.
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I felt locked in. I felt good, Lucchesi said.
The 6-foot-5, 227-pounder has a deceptive windup and throws a churve, a combination changeup-curveball.
It’s my go-to pitch and I hope they never learn how to hit it, he said.
Lucchesi grew up in Newark in the East Bay and was an Oakland A’s fan.
That’s the lowest of the three tenders, but the Seahawks were able to use that and keep other teams at bay because Jordan was a first-round pick of the Dolphins in 2013. Any team signing him away would have to give Seattle a first-round pick in compensation, which likely put a chill on any market for Jordan’s services that might have developed.
Jordan did not play at all in 2015 or 2016 due to a suspension and a knee injury, but returned to record four sacks in five games for the Seahawks last year. It would do the Seahawks defense a lot of good if he can produce at the same rate over more playing time in 2018.
No. 9 hitter Bradley Zimmer hit a two-out double, and Lindor worked the count full. As horns blared, inflatable thundersticks clanged and fans — including Lindor’s mom — screamed, Lindor turned on an offering from Minnesota starter Jake Odorizzi and lofted a long fly to right.
It barely cleared the wall, but it was enough.