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Held from Thursday to Saturday, the event helped Garoppolo and his peers realize that they in the pros now, and money and image matter. guys are so focused on just making it to the NFL, which is really about performance on the field, but the average career being 3 years, they have to think about what they going to do when their football days are over, said Keith Gordon, president of NFL Players Inc. our job once they get here to really get out that personality and story and make it just as important as the performance on the field. total:1 > The event was invitation only, and Garoppolo was joined by most of the biggest stars in this year draft, including Jadeveon Clowney, Blake Bortles, Sammy Watkins, Khalil Mack, Johnny Manziel, and Teddy Bridgewater. The NFLPA also invited five players who participated in the 2014 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl all star game, including Patriots tight end AsaWatson, an undrafted rookie, and former Boston College running back Andre Williams, now with the Giants, participated as well. Garoppolo may not play much in his early years, but the NFLPA earmarked him as a potential star. identify who is showing up as potentially marketable and desirable, and that the commercial community is going to want to associate with, Gordon said. is an orientation specifically about television deals to sponsorships to licensing of consumer products and the way in which this sport is brought to life through these young guys. was forced to miss the Patriots OTAs on Thursday and Friday don worry, he squared everything away with Bill Belichick and brought his iPad to California to study the playbook but the education he getting in Los Angeles is arguably just as important. The event is now in its 20th year, and began as a way for the NFLPA official trading card company, Panini America, to get all of the top rookies in one location to hold photo shoots for their rookie cards. The photo shoot is still one of the highlights of the weekend, and was held Thursday at the LA Coliseum. But now the Rookie Premiere is so much more a sort of pre orientation to the NFL Rookie Symposium, an event for all 255 drafted players that addresses similar topics and will be held June 22 28 in Ohio. In addition to the photo shoot and meeting sponsors from major brands such as Nike, Pepsi, FedEx, and EA Sports, the players at the Rookie Premiere are getting tutorials on life as a pro football player from ex players such as Marshall Faulk and Torry Holt. Garoppolo said Faulk stories of escaping a harsh inner city childhood in New Orleans were the most enlightening, but he is learning a lot from all of the different seminars. main thing these speakers are trying to stress is just how to be professional, how to make the most out of the opportunities that we given at such a young age, said Garoppolo, 22. helps to just open your eyes up to everything the NFL has to offer. The NFLPA does a great job with the players in helping us become professionals, and that what this weekend is all about. certainly seems to be soaking up a lot of new information. He was described by his coaches and professors at Eastern Illinois as someone who always sat in the front of the class, paid attention, and participated in discussions, and apparently did much of the same in LA. been paying very close attention, taking copious notes during the day, Gordon said. taking it very seriously, and you can see the wheels in his head turning already. has spent a lot of time around his fellow rookies, from the Senior Bowl to the combine to the NFL Draft in New York, and is again developing lasting bonds at the Rookie Premiere. a cool experience, going through the whole process with this rookie class, Garoppolo said. really become closer and got to know each other on a personal level, and it always cool to build relationships like that. rivalry brewing Lots of plots, subplots to Patriots Broncos Forget 49ers Seahawks, Ravens Steelers, Bears Packers, DeSean Jackson Eagles, or any of the NFL other top rivalries. As Aqib Talib generously reminded us last week, the fiercest, juiciest, and most fascinating rivalry of the upcoming season will be Patriots Broncos. The number of plotlines between the teams feels like something straight out of Hollywood. You have the old favorites, of course the battle for AFC supremacy, Tom Brady vs. PeytonManning, Wes Welker vs. his old team, Manning vs. Bill Belichick. But this offseason, the rivalry has gotten even spicier. Ward, the former Browns safety who doled out the vicious hit to Rob Gronkowski that destroyed his knee last December. A hero turned into a villain when Talib not only left the Patriots for the Broncos, but on his way out the door, Talib accused Belichick and the Patriots of misreporting his injury so as to decrease his value in free agency (the NFL found no evidence of any wrongdoing). And the Patriots decision to pay Darrelle Revis instead of Talib will certainly be examined closely throughout the season. Revis, almost two years removed from ACL surgery, signed for one year and $12 million (plus an option year), while Talib got $25 million guaranteed from the Broncos over three seasons. sure didn want to give me that money, Talib said last week on NFL Network. man, he gave it to Revis. It is what it is. Broncos at Patriots, Nov. 2 at Gillette Stadium. As Terrell Owens would say, get your popcorn ready. The players will use individual tales of woe such as that of former 49ers center JeremyNewberry, suffering from mid grade kidney failure because of too many team administered injections of Toradol, he claims to win in the court of public opinion. But individual cases won be brought up in a court of law. The players filed a class action lawsuit, claiming that drug abuse and the lack of consent was systemic throughout the NFL and not specific to any team or incident. The players sued the NFL because the league has the deepest pockets, but they are not suing any specific teams or doctors, and cannot use individual cases such as Newberry to bolster their lawsuit. want to blame this on an NFL culture, and that why they not going after individual doctors, a league medical source said. That the players don want to have their personal experiences with drugs put under an intense microscope in court calls into question whether many of these claims are legit, or whether players are simply looking for a monetary handout. Former offensive lineman Ross Tucker wrote last week for the Sporting News that he recently received an e mail that players who attempted to sign up for the lawsuit . . . do so again because the website registering all of the names crashed as a result of so many former players trying to sign up. if this is a money grab, the negative PR could still force the NFL to settle quickly. The abuse of Toradol will come up a lot in this lawsuit, but the team physicians were just as confused about Toradol effects as the players were. Toradol is not a painkiller, but an anti inflammatory that is classified by the FDA as a non steroidal anti inflammatory drug (NSAID). Other NSAIDs include Advil, Motrin, Aleve, and several other over the counter medications. The FDA warning label says to not use Toradol for more than five consecutive days, but is otherwise muddled. doesn say, use for five days, rest for five days, and then it safe again, the source said. doesn say rest for one day. It doesn say anything. It just says, no more than five days of consecutive use..

The event marked the launch of the Herald Leinster Rugby Summer Camps. These camps, which will take place in 21 locations all across the province, offer kids the chance to learn to play the Leinster way. Rob Kearney, Eoin Reddan, Darragh Fanning, Brendan Macken and Noel Reid were on hand to help put the children through their paces under the watchful eye of members of the Leinster Rugby coaching staff. As well as learning new skills, meeting Leinster players, making new friends and having lots of fun each child will receive a Canterbury of New Zealand pack including a T shirt, a ball, a boot bag and a water bottle. They will also get one free junior ticket to a selected Leinster game. An early bird rate of is available for children who enrol before June 6. After this date the cost of attending the camp will be per child. You can book a second camp for your child for just Speaking at the launch of the Herald Summer Camps, Leinster full back Rob Kearney said: "This is a great way for kids to learn what it's like to be part of the Leinster culture and get expert skills training in a fun environment. "The Leinster players love being involved in these camps. It's a great chance for us to meet supporters and, who knows, maybe see future Leinster stars in the making." Elma Beirne, Domestic Marketing Executive at Leinster Rugby, added: "We are delighted to launch another year of our Herald Leinster Rugby Summer Camps. Every summer the Herald Camps bring new coaching ideas and techniques to the table following a look back on previous camps and this year is no different. "I know that the coaches are looking forward to meeting this year's players in 21 venues across the province. 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Luetjen reached the milestone with just under eight minutes remaining in the first half and set a career high with 18 to move past Lolita Curtis into 15th place with 512. She added 14 points to complete her sixth double double of the season Hannah Hoppingarner posted her first double double with 10 points and 12 rebounds. She grabbed three offensive rebounds on one possession in the first half and had a career high 11 at the break. Alyssa Aldaz scored seven of her season high 19 points to help Colorado College jump out to a 19 4 lead 6:51 into the game. After Paige Lowe dropped in a three pointer to cut Sewanee's deficit to 10 points with 8:59 to go, CC went on a 11 3 run to build its biggest lead of the half at 30 12. Dani Kabbes sank a pair of free throws with 3:11 to go to pull Sewanee to within 30 20, but Colorado College scored the next four points on free throws to build 14 point lead after 20 minutes. 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