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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

News that the Texans are no longer pursuing Nick Caserio for their general manager opening is significant for the Patriots, as Caserio returns to his position as Bill Belichick's right-hand man. Caserio's role is unique because he contributes to both the personnel and coaching side, with Belichick once saying he can't imagine there is another person in the NFL who fills such a "rare" role. Furthermore, the prospect of replacing Caserio at this time on the NFL calendar -- when most coaches are on vacation -- wouldn't have been ideal for New England.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Texans are dropping their pursuit of Patriots' director of player personnel Nick Caserio, as John McClain first reported. Patriots are dropping their tampering charges against the Texans. Caserio remains in New England; Texans GM opening remains.

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

A spokesperson for the Dominican Police said to local media on Friday that any details they may have about the alleged motive and mastermind of the attack against David Ortiz will not be publicly released until they conclude the investigation. He added the police is working the case tirelessly "day and night," and their focus is giving the most precise information to the public as they advance in the investigation.