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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Cyrus Jones was sure his tenure with the Patriots was over when he was cut at the end of training camp earlier this month.

New England chose to sever ties with the cornerback and return man, a second-round pick in 2016, after an underwhelming two-year tenure.

It included fumble issues and a right knee injury that caused him to miss the 2017 season.

It is why Jones said he was “blown away” when he got a call from his agent Monday night saying that the Patriots wanted to re-sign him.

A deal was completed, and Jones was added to the 53-man roster on Wednesday. He practiced for the first time with his old team Thursday.

“Everybody was excited to see me, as I was excited to see them,” said Jones, who had been on the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad since being released by New England.

Jones has been working with the safeties since his return, a position that took a hit when starter Patrick Chung suffered a concussion during New England’s loss at Jacksonville.

Devin McCourty, Duron Harmon and Nate Ebner — a primary special teamer — are the only other safeties on the depth chart. So, if Chung isn’t cleared to play this weekend against Detroit, the chances are high that Jones will see at least some action.

McCourty said he started beaming when he saw Jones back in the team cafeteria.

“Even when he left and went to Baltimore, I was texting him to see how he was doing,” McCourty said. “It was a good feeling seeing him come back in here.”

Jones appeared in 10 games for the Patriots in 2016, making one start. But he had more fumbles (five on 19 punt and kick returns) than tackles (three) on defence.

He was making progress this spring after his knee surgery, but it wasn’t enough to secure him a roster spot when New England made its initial 53-man cut.

He said he’s not looking at this second opportunity as a chance at redemption.

“I’m just here to do a job, just like everybody else,” Jones said. “I don’t look at it like that. I look at it as another opportunity, just like it was when I was in Baltimore. Just like I did when I left here. Trying to be the best guy on Sundays.”

But Jones acknowledged “it hurt” not being on a roster to open the season.

“I get that opportunity being back here, so I’m going to make the most of it,” he said.

Jones said he’s put the past and the circumstances surrounding his initial departure behind him. He said he respects the Patriots reasons for letting him go.

“Whether I was working my way back from injury or whatever — who wants to get cut?” Jones said. “It really didn’t matter the circumstances of why I got cut. It didn’t matter. That wasn’t important to me. It happened, and I dealt with it like a man and moved on.

“Fortunately enough, coach thought enough of me to bring me back and to help this team win. That’s what I’m gonna focus on doing.”

Notes: TE Rob Gronkowski was limited in practice Thursday with an ankle issue. Chung and DE Trey Flowers both sat out the second straight day as they continue to go through the league’s concussion protocol.


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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — New York Jets outside linebacker Josh Martin has been ruled out Monday night at Detroit because of a concussion.

The Jets also announced Saturday that wide receiver Jermaine Kearse (abdomen) and safety Marcus Maye (foot) are doubtful to play.

With Martin sidelined, New York promoted rookie outside linebacker Frankie Luvu from the practice squad and waived fullback Lawrence Thomas.

Quincy Enunwa is likely to move into the starting lineup opposite Robby Anderson with Kearse, who led the team in receptions last season, sidelined.

Coach Todd Bowles said either Doug Middleton or J.J. Wilcox would replace Maye if the second-year safety couldn’t play.

Luvu, an undrafted free agent out of Washington State, was among the Jets’ final cuts last weekend.

Without Thomas, New York has no players listed at fullback. Tight end Eric Tomlinson will likely fill that role.

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Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman is a popular pick to make a jump in production this season after an injury-plagued rookie campaign.

After missing half of last preseason with a hamstring injury and six regular-season tilts with a broken hand, Coleman is currently on the mend from another tweaked hammy. Still, his position coach believes a big step forward is in the cards if last year’s No. 15 overall pick can stay on the field.

“The way he understands the offense now is so much better than he did last year,” Al Saunders said recently, per Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer. “He had a long way to go based on the college offense that he ran [at Baylor] and the limited exposure he had to route adjustments and the different route trees, but he’s come a long way.”
Coleman showed flashes of tantalizing playmaking ability — like his five-catch, 104-yard, two-score outburst against the Ravens in Week 2 — but the hand injury wiped out a huge chunk of his season. So did Cleveland’s annual merry-go-round at quarterback.

“It’s tough,” Coleman said this offseason. “As a rookie coming in, you have to learn a lot of stuff. Then I get hurt. I miss a lot of time. I miss six games. I’m not getting the practice reps. It’s just a little bit different.

“Then I come back [and] I’m not even playing with the same quarterback I played with the first two games. A lot of stuff buys into it, but now I know what to expect. I’m looking forward to a great season this year.”

With Terrelle Pryor out the door to Washington, the Browns have Coleman penciled in as their No. 1 target ahead of new addition Kenny Britt and a cast of unproven names including fellow second-year wideouts Rashard Higgins and Ricardo Louis.

Another year of learning coach Hue Jackson’s scheme should help the entire group, but nobody is under more pressure than Coleman to live up to his lofty draft pedigree in 2017.

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For the Dolphins, 2017 is about building on last season’s wild-card berth. But for the organization, it’s also been about connecting with the surrounding communities in ways no other franchise has ever done.
Miami’s pro football team stepped outside of the conventional charity box (think building neighborhood playgrounds and houses) by reaching out to and inviting youth teams from the city’s roughest sections, including inviting a squad co-founded by rapper and activist Luther Campbell, to watch Dolphins practices in person and interact with the team’s players. From there, the Dolphins have moved into the civic realm, looking to lead by example via a voter registration drive with some help from special guest Martin Luther King III.

The team aims to become the first in the nation’s history to have a roster of fully registered voters. The son of the civil rights icon has even been seen flagging down Dolphins players within the team’s facility to ensure registration forms were properly completed.

“Of course, the hope is that translates to encouraging more people across our nation to get engaged and to vote because a vote-less people, as dad said, is a powerless people,” King said Thursday, via the Miami Herald. “One of the most important steps that we can take is that short step to the ballot box.”

As the players take on-field steps toward another playoff appearance, and the game’s future generations watch with excitement and awe from the sidelines before interacting with their favorite players, the organization is leading a movement that encourages the nation’s citizens to use their constitutional right. The event was created through a relationship with RISE (The Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality) and the Drum Major Institute. The ultimate goal is to rally professional athletes, teams and leagues to promote civic participation in conjunction with National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 26.

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Sure, he can throw a football, but can he book a reservation?

That’s what the Chicago Bears wanted to know when they prepared to meet with Mitch Trubisky ahead of a private workout in March. Bears general manager Ryan Pace asked his college prospect — in this case Trubisky — to handle making the reservation. Pace has done this before — he believes this tests a player’s reliability.

So how did Trubisky do? He booked a reservation at Bin 54, a celebrated steakhouse in the area, and even got the group a reservation in a private area of the restaurant (the Wine Cellar, ooh la la) that was an ideal fit for the clandestine affair. The cherry on top? The name for the reservation: James McMahon, party of six.

The booking, of course, was a nod to Jim McMahon, the quarterback of Chicago’s lone Super Bowl winner.

“That told me he was prepared, that he did his homework,” offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, who was at the dinner, told the Chicago Tribune. “You knew this moment wasn’t too big for him. He still was having fun with it.”

After dinner, the party walked to the parking lot, where the Bears first learned of the fabeled 1997 Toyota Camry — a clunker with 130,000 miles on it — that Trubisky drove around campus. The Bears loved what that said about Trubisky as well and it was the same car the quarterback drove to rookie camp last week.

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Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand has been suspended the final two games of the regular season for spearing Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Jake Dotchin in the groin Tuesday night at TD Garden.

In announcing the penalty, the NHL Department of Player Safety said that stick infractions happen frequently in the league and are usually handled with on-ice penalties but that Marchand’s situation was different.

“What causes this play to rise to the level of supplemental discipline is the intent, the force used and Marchand’s substantial history of attacking the lower body of unsuspecting opponents,” the department said. “This is not accidental or inadvertent contact.”

In issuing the suspension the league said in an explanatory video that Marchand’s history affected its decision. Marchand was suspended four times for 12 games total prior to this punishment. He was also fined three times, including $10,000 for slew-footing Detroit defenseman Niklas Kronwall in January. Marchand will lose $109,756.10 based on his annual salary.

“It was definitely very, very selfish and undisciplined,” Marchand said. “But you can’t do anything about it now, and the most important thing is we’re in the playoffs and regardless of who we have to play, we have to do the job. So a couple games here and we’re still a very capable team on the ice. They won a huge game without me the other night and they’re going to be ready to play regardless.

“I’m not really concerned about how anyone feels outside of the room,” Marchand said. “Things happen in hockey and again the only people I care about in this world are my teammates and my family. And I think that they have different thoughts about me. So everyone’s entitled to their opinion.”

Marchand leads the Bruins with 39 goals and 46 assists for 85 points in 80 games.

“Well obviously the skill set is much different, so we can start there, but Brad certainly needs to grow up a little bit on his actions on the ice,” team president Cam Neely told “Obviously, it’s been talked about, about walking that fine line and getting to it and not crossing it. He’s got to do a better job of that.”
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The Bruins game tied with the Senators for second place in the Atlantic Division with 94 points. Boston, Ottawa and Toronto are jockeying for position in the East playoff chase. The second-place team in the division gets home-ice advantage against the third-place team in the first round. Whoever falls into the second wild-card will have to face the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Washington Capitals.

The Bruins, who have played one more game than Ottawa or Toronto, host the Senators on Thursday night. Boston will then close out the regular season with a game against Washington on Saturday.

On Tuesday, the puck was in Tampa Bay’s zone and Dotchin was defending the front of the net when Marchand attempted to play the puck but finished with the spear. Lightning trainer Tom Mulligan tended to Dotchin, who remained on the ice for several minutes before skating off on his own.

Marchand was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct and was ejected.

The Bruins went on to defeat the Lightning 4-0 to secure a Stanley Cup playoff berth. It will be their first postseason appearance in three seasons.
After the game — which also was his bobblehead night — Marchand described the spear as a reactionary play.

“It was an undisciplined penalty — there’s no question about that,” Marchand said. “It could have cost the team a very important game, but the guys did a great job of rallying and having a huge game.”

Dotchin, who remained in the game, said afterward he was a bit sore.

“My stomach’s a bit hurtin’, but just got to move on from it,” he said.

“It’s a tough [play], for sure,” Dotchin added. “It happened. The refs made the call, and let the league deal with the suspension.”

The Stanley Cup playoffs begin next week.

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Many of Justin Verlander’s teammates are scattered around the globe, representing their countries in the World Baseball Classic. He likewise was sorely tempted to accept an offer to play for Jim Leyland, but ultimately declined.

Verlander turned 34 in February and is completely focused on getting the Tigers back into the postseason. This would follow his own resurgence in 2016, when he made a lot of people look silly for thinking he had entered an inevitable period of decline.
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Based on the form Verlander showed against the Nationals in Monday’s 3-3, 10-inning tie at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, it sure looks like he’s ready to pick up where he left off, when he led the American League in strikeouts for the fourth time and almost won his second Cy Young Award.
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Rumors about the Tigers possibly trading J.D. Martinez, Ian Kinsler and other veterans with big contracts turned out to be all smoke, no fire. No one was more relieved than Verlander, whose $180 million contract runs through 2019, with an option for ’20.
“Was I worried?” Verlander said. “Yeah. Did it happen? No. Am I happy? Yes.”
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While the Tigers won 86 games last season, they’ve missed the playoffs two straight seasons after a run of four consecutive AL Central titles. General manager Al Avila would like to make his roster younger, but his mandate remains the same as it was before the recent passing of legendary owner Mike Ilitch — to win the Tigers’ first championship since 1984.
Verlander loves having more time to win with a roster that also includes Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez, Justin Upton and Jordan Zimmermann.
“I don’t want to be part of a team that’s dismantled and you don’t have a chance to win,” Verlander said. “I don’t think that’s fun for anybody involved. I don’t think anybody in baseball wants to dismantle a good team. … [For us], when we came to spring, it’s business at usual. Go back at it and try to win championships.”
As much as anyone else, it was Verlander who brought the World Series to Detroit in 2006, his rookie season, and 11 years later, it still seems that as Verlander goes, so go the Tigers.
“He’s a huge chunk of it,” said Brad Ausmus, who replaced Leyland as the Tigers’ manager in 2014. “He’s still one of the elite pitchers in the game, and pitching wins. Starting pitching takes the bulk of the innings. He’s a big chunk of it.”
This has been a typical Spring Training for Verlander in many ways. He’s been healthy and is dealing, as he did throughout 2016, when his velocity increased every month of the season. He’s back where he was before the downturn in ’14 and ’15, when he dealt with a core muscle issue that required offseason surgery, and a strained triceps, which put him on the disabled list for the first time.
He worked 4 2/3 innings against the Nats, allowing only one hit and one walk. The hit was a bunt single by Adam Eaton that Eaton later apologized for, according to Verlander.
“Broke up my no-no,” he said, smiling.
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Verlander was uncharacteristically average in 2014, when he pushed himself to rehab from his January core surgery in time to make his seventh straight Opening Day start. His 4.54 ERA that season still looks like a misprint on his player page.
The following season was just as aggravating, after he was sidelined in Spring Training and wound up healing slowly. He didn’t make his first start in 2015 until June 13, and making matters worse was that Max Scherzer had left Detroit to sign with Washington.
But Verlander put all of that behind him with a vintage season a year ago. He was 16-9 with a 3.04 ERA, which was second to Aaron Sanchez in the AL. He also threw 227 2/3 innings, his most in a season since 2012.
What was the difference?
“It was a few things,” Ausmus said. “He was healthy, for one. He had a full offseason regimen with his workouts. He tightened up his slider in-season, which helped. He made a little adjustment on his curveball as well. That helped. He started preparing differently, in terms of looking at statistical information on opposing hitters. All of those factor in.”
While Verlander quietly prepares for the season, Kinsler is playing second base for Leyand’s Team USA squad and Cabrera was playing alongside Victor Martinez and closer Francisco Rodriguez with Venezuela’s World Baseball Classic team.
Ausmus downplays the absence of so many players — 15 at the start of WBC ’17 — but Verlander seems a little bit lonely. He’ll be glad to see his teammates return with their war stories and swag.
“Yeah, it’s difficult,” Verlander said. “On the one hand, we’ve got a bunch of games where we’re just getting our teeth kicked in, and on the other hand we’re not running out hardly anybody. No offense to the guys we’re putting out there, but [there's] not much big league experience and then you’re asked to come in and pitch against these big league lineups. It’s tough to do.”
The Tigers are 4-12 with two ties through 18 games, but Ausmus isn’t worried. The games he’s focused on are against the defending AL champion Indians, who train in Arizona.
Cleveland went 14-4 in the season series last season, ultimately finishing eight games ahead of Detroit.
“They handled us pretty well last year,” Ausmus said. “We’re going to have to handle them back this year if we’re going to make a run at the division. Simple as that. But I think we can. I’m not worried about it.”
Verlander looks great. That’s as good of a place to start as any.

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The Falcons might have had a better shot at preserving the healthy lead they maintained for much of Super Bowl LI if they’d just run the ball. The one thing the Falcons couldn’t afford to do with a 28-20 lead and 3:56 remaining in regulation was to let Matt Ryan take a critical sack, pushing the team out of field goal range. But that’s exactly what happened, and the result was a crushing and historic loss.

Situational football is not always sexy or exciting, but it wins games. Situational football would dictate that, holding a 28-12 lead with just under 10 minutes left to play, you run the dang ball.

Moving the ball on the ground, or even trying to, takes precious time off the clock. In this particular situation, it would have kept Tom Brady off the field, limiting his ability to do what Tom Brady does to devastate his opponents.

Tevin Coleman was injured, so that explains why he wasn’t getting carries. Devonta Freeman, however, had more success against the Patriots on the ground all day, with 75 rushing yards to Coleman’s 29.

The Falcons were up by eight points and got the ball on their own 10-yard line with 5:53 remaining, and they commenced a promising drive. The first play was a 39-yard pass to Freeman. The second was a Freeman carry for a 2-yard gain, and the third was this pass to Julio Jones.
That catch put Atlanta on the Patriots’ 22-yard line, well within field goal range for Matt Bryant, who hit 100 percent of his attempts from the 40-to 49-yard range this season.

All Atlanta needed to do was chew up some clock, keep Brady on the sideline, and get to fourth down to kick a game-sealing field goal.

That is not at all what the Falcons did.

On first down, it was a running play. Freeman carried the ball for a 1-yard loss. No big deal. It took 44 seconds off the clock, and the Falcons were still within field goal range.

The second down play call featured a five-step drop for Ryan. Right tackle Ryan Schraeder had left the game with a torn ankle ligament a couple of plays before this one, leaving the line more vulnerable. Ryan had a wide-open Taylor Gabriel just waiting for a pass from Ryan — but Trey Flowers got to him first.
The sack resulted in a loss of 12 yards, which was a nightmare scenario for a team that could have put the game on ice by adding three points.

So, facing a third-and-23 from the New England 35-yard line, the Falcons no longer had the luxury of just trying to move the ball on the ground and letting the clock run.

Ryan hit Mohamed Sanu for a 9-yard gain, getting the team at least close to field goal range again, but a holding penalty against left tackle Jake Matthews moved Atlanta back to the New England 45-yard line.

Kyle Shanahan said after the game that running the ball is always a priority, but the team was “trying to score.”

“You always want to run the ball if you can. You got to look at each situation when you’re getting the ball,” the Falcons’ then-offensive coordinator said. “We were trying to score there at the end. We got into field goal range where we would have ended it, but getting that sack and that holding call was tough.”

Shanahan didn’t explain why the team took risks that ended up eliminating the option of a field goal.

After the game, head coach Dan Quinn stood by the decisions the team made on that series.

“I don’t disagree with the call. As it turns out, the outcome is what gets you,” Quinn said. “So you look back and say well I could’ve done that one different or interjected and said hey, let’s do this differently.”

Quinn is correct that, had those plays gone as intended, nobody would have been talking about this series as the one that ruined the Falcons’ shot at a Lombardi Trophy. The fact remains that choosing to not run the ball led directly to that momentum-destroying sack. There’s no way the Falcons should have lost that game, and that play changed everything.

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Let’s recap: The Falcons pulled off a couple of characteristically explosive plays to get into comfortable field goal range with an eight-point lead in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LI. They then, for no discernible reason, decided to throw the ball, resulting in a catastrophic sack that led directly to the eventual loss in overtime.

Meanwhile, the defense was gassed, and the Patriots took advantage.

Moving away from the run wasn’t the only reason the Falcons lost. This was a perfect storm that led to a historically embarrassing defeat for the Falcons.

But while the defense did allow the Patriots’ offense to come surging back, the Falcons should never have been in that position. If you had to pinpoint the single play that turned the tide forever against Atlanta, it was that sack.