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Jalen: Kyrie 'has to find his own show' in free agency (1:25)
Kyrie: 'Media has broken up locker rooms' (1:25)
Kyrie: Apologizing to LeBron was a 'step forward' in my life (0:55)
Kyrie: 'It's been a trying year for us' (0:50)
Rosenhaus: Gronk thinking through his future (0:36)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Agent Drew Rosenhaus was a guest on ESPN's NFL Live on Tuesday and was asked about the career plans of his client, Rob Gronkowski. "I checked in with Gronk a couple of days ago. I talked with the Patriots about it," Rosenhaus told host Wendi Nix. "I don't want to put any pressure on him and give him a time-frame. But I imagine it will be some time in the next couple of weeks."

Kellerman: Patriots the reason Giants re-signed OBJ (1:27)

BBTN: Trout's Future, Bochy, Labor Talks

Buster talks to David Schoenfield about Mike Trout's future, the legendary career of Bruce Bochy, labor talks and more (6:01). Plus, Sarah Langs' Numbers Game (26:52), Marc Topkin with some Inside Heat on the Rays (33:01) and Karl Ravech chats with Alex Cora and Mookie Betts (35:44).

McAvoy's one-timer wins it for Boston (0:21)
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Red Sox owner: 'Spending more money helps'

Boston Red Sox owner John Henry said Monday that, while there is not a perfect correlation between a bigger payroll and winning, "spending more money helps."

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MLBPA's Clark: Some teams don't justify tickets

Players' union head Tony Clark criticized baseball commissioner Rob Manfred for blaming players' demands for the slow free agent market and said an increasing number of teams make little effort to justify the price of a ticket.

Betts hoping to bring successful 2018 Red Sox into new season (2:06)
Cora: Red Sox in a good place heading into 2019 season (1:34)
Kyrie sends up familiar alley-oop to LeBron (0:26)

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman will be waving the green flag for the Daytona 500. He's attended NASCAR races before at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. "I think these guys are absolutely insane."

Red Sox confident Pedroia can help them this season (0:53)