Hebron-product Jamal Adams tried to have a little fun at some Pro Bowl activities. and reportedly put an National Football League mascot in the hospital.
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He wants the ball at his feet. "Here there are the type of players will help him to do what he can do best". "It's an opportunity. We play a game on our pitch and there are players who need to be rested and it could be an opportunity".
The Patriots now say that the person inside the Pat Patriot costume was not hospitalized after being tackled by Adams at a Pro Bowl event earlier this week, but he apparently did seek medical attention following the incident.
Bill Belichick will probably tell us later that he has no update, that the injury report will be out Wednesday, and then they'll end up listing Pat as questionable for the Super Bowl. All jokes aside, I didn't hit him that hard. Adams delivered a form tackle, knocking the mascot to the ground in what appeared to be a pretty hysterical encounter, because everyone was fine. My intention was never to hurt him. Let me go tackle him.' I didn't hit him that hard, man. "So I've got to go check on him, make sure he's OK". "But do I regret it? No!" As fans cheer and then boo, the mascot rolls over on his stomach, and Adams begins walking away as the video ends.
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"He has been on the bench after injury, but I think if he will play we will need to stop him because he is a very good player". The 30-year-old has been linked with a move away from the clubs following reports of a rift between himself and Unai Emery .
Turns out he may have been joking - which would be a weird thing to joke about, but whatever - because a Patriots spokesman told Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal that the mascot "was not hospitalized".
He later posted footage of the hit, joking: "This one is for every Patriots hater out there!"
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Martin said Friday that it had augmented staffing, rerouted traffic and increased spacing between planes as needed. The airports with the longest average wait times were Atlanta with 42 minutes and Baltimore at 37 minutes.
Adams took stick from some online, including prominent pundit Skipp Bayless. He was the Jets' first-round pick in 2017, going No. 6 overall.